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MGen A. Vandegrift, Col M Edson, 2Lt M. Paige, and Plt. Sgt. J. Basilone at US 1st Marine Division Medal of Honor ceremony, Balcombe, Australia, 21 May 1943, photo 2 of 2Code talkers Private 1st Class Preston Toledo and Private 1st Class Frank Toledo, cousins, of US 11th Marine Regiment at Ballarat, Australia, Jul 1943Ed Dyess, Melvyn McCoy, Douglas MacArthur, and Stephen Mellnik in Brisbane, Australia, 30 Jul 1943Mechanics working on the engine of P-39D Airacobra ‘Shrimp’ at the maintenance complex at Townsville, Australia, late 1943.
MGen A. Vandegrift, Col M Edson, 2Lt M. Paige, and Plt. Sgt. J. Basilone at US 1st Marine Division Medal of Honor ceremony, Balcombe, Australia, 21 May 1943, photo 2 of 2Code talkers Private 1st Class Preston Toledo and Private 1st Class Frank Toledo, cousins, of US 11th Marine Regiment at Ballarat, Australia, Jul 1943Ed Dyess, Melvyn McCoy, Douglas MacArthur, and Stephen Mellnik in Brisbane, Australia, 30 Jul 1943Mechanics working on the engine of P-39D Airacobra ‘Shrimp’ at the maintenance complex at Townsville, Australia, late 1943.
St PaulChief Justice of Victoria, Australia Edmund Herring shaking hands with Major General C. E. M. Lloyd, Melbourne, Australia, 2 Feb 1944USS Saratoga at Ocean Pier, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, Mar 1944Boomerang fighter
St Paul's Cathedral, Melbourne, Australia, late Dec 1943Chief Justice of Victoria, Australia Edmund Herring shaking hands with Major General C. E. M. Lloyd, Melbourne, Australia, 2 Feb 1944USS Saratoga at Ocean Pier, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, Mar 1944Boomerang fighter 'Sinbad II' of No. 5 Squadron Royal Australian Air Force in flight over Mareeba, Queensland, Australia, 15 Mar 1944; pilot was Lieutenant A. W. B. Clare
John Curtin and Douglas MacArthur at Fairbairn Airbase, Canberra, Australia, 18 Mar 1944Officers of the staff of Admiral Bruce Fraser meeting for the first time, Melbourne, Australia, 13 Dec 1944Captured Japanese G4M bomber being evaluated by the Allied Technical Air Intelligence Unit based at Eagle Farm Airbase, Brisbane, Australia, 1945. Note the exaggerated USAAF markings, using the rudder stripes that had been eliminated 3 years earlier.Captured Japanese Ki-44 fighter being evaluated by the Allied Technical Air Intelligence Unit based at Eagle Farm Airbase, Brisbane, Australia, 1945. Note the exaggerated USAAF markings, using the rudder stripes that had been eliminated 3 years earlier.
John Curtin and Douglas MacArthur at Fairbairn Airbase, Canberra, Australia, 18 Mar 1944Officers of the staff of Admiral Bruce Fraser meeting for the first time, Melbourne, Australia, 13 Dec 1944Captured Japanese G4M bomber being evaluated by the Allied Technical Air Intelligence Unit based at Eagle Farm Airbase, Brisbane, Australia, 1945. Note the exaggerated USAAF markings, using the rudder stripes that had been eliminated 3 years earlier.Captured Japanese Ki-44 fighter being evaluated by the Allied Technical Air Intelligence Unit based at Eagle Farm Airbase, Brisbane, Australia, 1945. Note the exaggerated USAAF markings, using the rudder stripes that had been eliminated 3 years earlier.
Captured Japanese Ki-84 fighter being evaluated by the Allied Technical Air Intelligence Unit based at Eagle Farm Airbase, Brisbane, Australia, 1945. Note the exaggerated USAAF markings, using the rudder stripes that had been eliminated 3 years earlier.Captured Japanese N1K fighter being evaluated by the Allied Technical Air Intelligence Unit at Eagle Farm Airbase, Brisbane, Australia, 1945. Note the exaggerated USAAF markings, using the rudder stripes that had been eliminated 3 years earlier.Chinese military attachés in Sydney, Australia, 1945Chinese military attachés in Sydney, Australia, 1945
Captured Japanese Ki-84 fighter being evaluated by the Allied Technical Air Intelligence Unit based at Eagle Farm Airbase, Brisbane, Australia, 1945. Note the exaggerated USAAF markings, using the rudder stripes that had been eliminated 3 years earlier.Captured Japanese N1K fighter being evaluated by the Allied Technical Air Intelligence Unit at Eagle Farm Airbase, Brisbane, Australia, 1945. Note the exaggerated USAAF markings, using the rudder stripes that had been eliminated 3 years earlier.Chinese military attachés in Sydney, Australia, 1945Chinese military attachés in Sydney, Australia, 1945
Corsair fighter, under tow, with wings being caught by overhead power lines on Kingsford Smith Drive, Brisbane, Australia, 1945RMS Queen Mary in Sydney harbor between Bradleys Head and Sydney Harbour Bridge, Australia, 1940sHMS Formidable berthed at the Circular Quay, Sydney, Australia, circa Jan 1945Prime Minister John Curtin, Governor General Prince Henry, former Prime Minister Arthur Fadden (background), former Prime Minister Billy Hughes, and former Prime Minister Robert Menzies, 30 Jan 1945
Corsair fighter, under tow, with wings being caught by overhead power lines on Kingsford Smith Drive, Brisbane, Australia, 1945RMS Queen Mary in Sydney harbor between Bradleys Head and Sydney Harbour Bridge, Australia, 1940sHMS Formidable berthed at the Circular Quay, Sydney, Australia, circa Jan 1945Prime Minister John Curtin, Governor General Prince Henry, former Prime Minister Arthur Fadden (background), former Prime Minister Billy Hughes, and former Prime Minister Robert Menzies, 30 Jan 1945

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