Aerial reconnaissance photograph of Majdanek Concentration Camp, Lublin, Poland, 24 Jun 1944FM-2 Wildcat of USS White Plains, fly an escort mission, probably during air strikes on Japanese facilities on Rota Island, Marianas, 24 Jun 1944Open backed forward turrets for the single-mounted 5”/38 caliber guns on the destroyer USS Mahan at the Mare Island Naval Yard, 24 Jun 1944. Note the Mark 33 gun director with fire control radar in the upper right.PBM-3D Mariner aircraft of US Navy patrol squadron VP-216 being hoisted onto seaplane tender USS Chandeleur, anapag harbor, Saipan, Mariana Islands, 24 Jun 1944
Aerial reconnaissance photograph of Majdanek Concentration Camp, Lublin, Poland, 24 Jun 1944FM-2 Wildcat of USS White Plains, fly an escort mission, probably during air strikes on Japanese facilities on Rota Island, Marianas, 24 Jun 1944Open backed forward turrets for the single-mounted 5”/38 caliber guns on the destroyer USS Mahan at the Mare Island Naval Yard, 24 Jun 1944. Note the Mark 33 gun director with fire control radar in the upper right.PBM-3D Mariner aircraft of US Navy patrol squadron VP-216 being hoisted onto seaplane tender USS Chandeleur, anapag harbor, Saipan, Mariana Islands, 24 Jun 1944
US Navy Chaplain O. David Herrmann preparing to hold religious service for US Marines on Saipan, Mariana Islands, 24 Jun 1944; note wrecked Type 95 Ha-Go light tank used as altarView of the town of Valognes, devastated by Allied bombing during the Cherbourg battle, 24 Jun 1944; note jeep
US Navy Chaplain O. David Herrmann preparing to hold religious service for US Marines on Saipan, Mariana Islands, 24 Jun 1944; note wrecked Type 95 Ha-Go light tank used as altarView of the town of Valognes, devastated by Allied bombing during the Cherbourg battle, 24 Jun 1944; note jeep 'Always Ruth' in foreground


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