A V-1 buzz bomb falling into the Covent Garden area of London, England, United Kingdom, 14 Jun 1944, the second day of the V-1 assault on London.Razorback P-47D Thunderbolt of the 373rd Fighter Group after skidding to a stop on the sand of a Normandy beach, France, 14 Jun 1944.Sherman BARV vehicle towing a disabled Bedford truck, Normandy, France, 14 Jun 1944US Coast Guard Captain AC Richard disembarking USS Augusta during a tour of the beachhead by senior officers, 14 Jun 1944, off Omaha Beach, Normandy, France.
A V-1 buzz bomb falling into the Covent Garden area of London, England, United Kingdom, 14 Jun 1944, the second day of the V-1 assault on London.Razorback P-47D Thunderbolt of the 373rd Fighter Group after skidding to a stop on the sand of a Normandy beach, France, 14 Jun 1944.Sherman BARV vehicle towing a disabled Bedford truck, Normandy, France, 14 Jun 1944US Coast Guard Captain AC Richard disembarking USS Augusta during a tour of the beachhead by senior officers, 14 Jun 1944, off Omaha Beach, Normandy, France.
US Navy officers on the bridge of the captured U-505, 14 Jun 1944, Cdr Earl Trosino, Capt Daniel Gallery, and Lt(jg) Albert David. The U-505 was captured by Capt Gallery’s hunter group built around the USS GuadalcanalUS Navy photo of the diesel engines aboard the captured U-505, 14 Jun 1944USS Bainbridge refueling from USS Hancock in the Atlantic Ocean, 14 Jun 1944USS Braine transferring wounded to USS New Mexico, 14 Jun 1944
US Navy officers on the bridge of the captured U-505, 14 Jun 1944, Cdr Earl Trosino, Capt Daniel Gallery, and Lt(jg) Albert David. The U-505 was captured by Capt Gallery’s hunter group built around the USS GuadalcanalUS Navy photo of the diesel engines aboard the captured U-505, 14 Jun 1944USS Bainbridge refueling from USS Hancock in the Atlantic Ocean, 14 Jun 1944USS Braine transferring wounded to USS New Mexico, 14 Jun 1944


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