British Army General J. L. Hawksworth and US Navy Rear Admiral Richard L. Connolly aboard Biscayne, 6 Sep 1943, while preparing for Salerno, Italy landingsChurchill AVRE vehicle with fascine, of UK 79th (Experimental) Armored Division Royal Engineers, 6 Sep 1943Gleaves-class destroyer USS Turner steaming in the Atlantic, 6 Sep 1943. Note torpedo tubes between the stacks and three sets of Mousetrap anti-submarine rocket rails on the foredeck.Japanese-American recruits of anti-tank company of US 442nd Regimental Combat Team ferrying a gun across a stream during training at Camp Shelby, Mississippi, United States, 6 Sep 1943
British Army General J. L. Hawksworth and US Navy Rear Admiral Richard L. Connolly aboard Biscayne, 6 Sep 1943, while preparing for Salerno, Italy landingsChurchill AVRE vehicle with fascine, of UK 79th (Experimental) Armored Division Royal Engineers, 6 Sep 1943Gleaves-class destroyer USS Turner steaming in the Atlantic, 6 Sep 1943. Note torpedo tubes between the stacks and three sets of Mousetrap anti-submarine rocket rails on the foredeck.Japanese-American recruits of anti-tank company of US 442nd Regimental Combat Team ferrying a gun across a stream during training at Camp Shelby, Mississippi, United States, 6 Sep 1943


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