Aerial view of United States Coast Guard cutter Spencer in New York Navy Yard, New York, United States, 29 Apr 1944Lieutenant Commander Edward C. Outlaw and pilots of his VF-32 squadron celebrating after completing a mission over Truk, Caroline Islands, 29 Apr 1944Smoke rising from the Japanese naval base at Dublon Island, Truk Atoll, Caroline Islands, 29-30 Apr 1944Soldier maintaining the 29cm Petard spigot mortar on a Churchill AVRE of 79th Squad, 5th Assault Regt, Royal Engineers, UK 3rd Infantry Division, 29 Apr 1944; note 40-lb bomb on right
Aerial view of United States Coast Guard cutter Spencer in New York Navy Yard, New York, United States, 29 Apr 1944Lieutenant Commander Edward C. Outlaw and pilots of his VF-32 squadron celebrating after completing a mission over Truk, Caroline Islands, 29 Apr 1944Smoke rising from the Japanese naval base at Dublon Island, Truk Atoll, Caroline Islands, 29-30 Apr 1944Soldier maintaining the 29cm Petard spigot mortar on a Churchill AVRE of 79th Squad, 5th Assault Regt, Royal Engineers, UK 3rd Infantry Division, 29 Apr 1944; note 40-lb bomb on right
USS Washington off Port Angeles, Washington, United States, 29 Apr 1944
USS Washington off Port Angeles, Washington, United States, 29 Apr 1944


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