195 items in this album on 10 pages.

American troops advanced under the cover of M4 Sherman tank Japanese Type A Ko-hyoteki midget submarine and transport Yamazuki Maru beached on Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, 1 May 1944Wrecked Nagatsuki on the beach at Kolombangara, Solomon Islands. She was beached 5 Jul 1943 in the Battle of Kula Gulf, photographed 8 May 1944USS Honolulu at anchor in Purvis Bay, Florida Islands, Solomons, June 1944. Note the Measure 32, Design 2C paint scheme, only two cruisers were painted this way.
American troops advanced under the cover of M4 Sherman tank 'Lucky Legs II' during mop up operations on Bougainville, Solomon Islands, Mar 1944Japanese Type A Ko-hyoteki midget submarine and transport Yamazuki Maru beached on Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, 1 May 1944Wrecked Nagatsuki on the beach at Kolombangara, Solomon Islands. She was beached 5 Jul 1943 in the Battle of Kula Gulf, photographed 8 May 1944USS Honolulu at anchor in Purvis Bay, Florida Islands, Solomons, June 1944. Note the Measure 32, Design 2C paint scheme, only two cruisers were painted this way.
Henderson Airfield seen from the air, Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, Aug 1944Petrof Bay anchored in Tulagi Harbor, Solomon Islands, 24 Aug 1944USS Louisville at anchor in the Purvis Inlet, Solomon Islands, 2 Nov 1944.F4U Corsairs of Marine Squadron VMF-222 at Renard Field, Russell Islands, Solomons, 1944. Note the National Insignia on the tops of both wings over a year after that practice was discontinued.
Henderson Airfield seen from the air, Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, Aug 1944Petrof Bay anchored in Tulagi Harbor, Solomon Islands, 24 Aug 1944USS Louisville at anchor in the Purvis Inlet, Solomon Islands, 2 Nov 1944.F4U Corsairs of Marine Squadron VMF-222 at Renard Field, Russell Islands, Solomons, 1944. Note the National Insignia on the tops of both wings over a year after that practice was discontinued.
F4U-1A Corsair of Marine Squadron VMF-223 at Green Island (now Nissan Island), 1944. Note the R4D Skytrain with nose art, rare on Navy or Marine aircraft.F4U-1 Corsair fighter of No. 16 Squadron Royal New Zealand Air Force being serviced at Green Island (now Nissan Island), 21 Dec 1944F4U-1 Corsair fighter of No. 16 Squadron Royal New Zealand Air Force being towed at Green Island (now Nissan Island), 21 Dec 1944Officers and men of No. 3 Servicing Unit Headquarters of Royal New Zealand Air Force posing with a F4U-1 Corsair fighter, Green Island (now Nissan Island), 21 Dec 1944
F4U-1A Corsair of Marine Squadron VMF-223 at Green Island (now Nissan Island), 1944. Note the R4D Skytrain with nose art, rare on Navy or Marine aircraft.F4U-1 Corsair fighter of No. 16 Squadron Royal New Zealand Air Force being serviced at Green Island (now Nissan Island), 21 Dec 1944F4U-1 Corsair fighter of No. 16 Squadron Royal New Zealand Air Force being towed at Green Island (now Nissan Island), 21 Dec 1944Officers and men of No. 3 Servicing Unit Headquarters of Royal New Zealand Air Force posing with a F4U-1 Corsair fighter, Green Island (now Nissan Island), 21 Dec 1944
Pilots R. Devin, T. W. Tremayne, F. McBride, and P. J. Sheehan of No. 16 Squadron Royal New Zealand Air Force with a F4U-1 Corsair fighter, Green Island (now Nissan Island), 21 Dec 1944US military cemetery, Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, date unknownRoyal New Zealand Air Force PBY-5 Catalina at Halavo Bay, Florida Island (now Nggela Sule), Solomon Islands, 1944-45
Pilots R. Devin, T. W. Tremayne, F. McBride, and P. J. Sheehan of No. 16 Squadron Royal New Zealand Air Force with a F4U-1 Corsair fighter, Green Island (now Nissan Island), 21 Dec 1944US military cemetery, Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, date unknownRoyal New Zealand Air Force PBY-5 Catalina at Halavo Bay, Florida Island (now Nggela Sule), Solomon Islands, 1944-45

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