German submarine U-664 lying dead in the water and sinking by the stern as her crew abandoned ship following an air attack from USS Card aircraft in the mid-Atlantic, 9 Aug 1943. Photo 1 of 2.German submarine U-664 lying dead in the water and sinking by the stern as her crew abandoned ship following an air attack from USS Card aircraft in the mid-Atlantic, 9 Aug 1943. Photo 2 of 2.M.19 Master II aircraft at RAF Bodney, England, United Kingdom, 9 Aug 1943United States Navy sub chaser SC-1075 on the Delaware River, 9 Aug 1943. Note Mousetrap anti-submarine rocket rails on the foredeck, 20mm Oerlikon ant-aircraft guns, and side-dropping depth charge racks.
German submarine U-664 lying dead in the water and sinking by the stern as her crew abandoned ship following an air attack from USS Card aircraft in the mid-Atlantic, 9 Aug 1943. Photo 1 of 2.German submarine U-664 lying dead in the water and sinking by the stern as her crew abandoned ship following an air attack from USS Card aircraft in the mid-Atlantic, 9 Aug 1943. Photo 2 of 2.M.19 Master II aircraft at RAF Bodney, England, United Kingdom, 9 Aug 1943United States Navy sub chaser SC-1075 on the Delaware River, 9 Aug 1943. Note Mousetrap anti-submarine rocket rails on the foredeck, 20mm Oerlikon ant-aircraft guns, and side-dropping depth charge racks.
US Army Private First Class Harvey White administering plasma to wounded Private Roy Humphrey, Sicily, Italy, 9 Aug 1943
US Army Private First Class Harvey White administering plasma to wounded Private Roy Humphrey, Sicily, Italy, 9 Aug 1943


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