ATO Owl entered Cherbourg harbor, France, towing two barges loaded with engineer equipment, 18 Jul 1944; she was the first ship carrying supplies to enter Cherbourg harbor after Allied victoryColonel Joseph Stilwell, Jr., Lieutenant General Hu Su, Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell, and Colonel Yang Yee in Myitkyina, Burma, 18 Jul 1944King, Nimitz, and Spruance aboard USS Indianapolis,18 Jul 1944Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell (second from left) and Lieutenant General Hu Su (center) at Myitkyina, Burma, 18 Jul 1944
ATO Owl entered Cherbourg harbor, France, towing two barges loaded with engineer equipment, 18 Jul 1944; she was the first ship carrying supplies to enter Cherbourg harbor after Allied victoryColonel Joseph Stilwell, Jr., Lieutenant General Hu Su, Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell, and Colonel Yang Yee in Myitkyina, Burma, 18 Jul 1944King, Nimitz, and Spruance aboard USS Indianapolis,18 Jul 1944Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell (second from left) and Lieutenant General Hu Su (center) at Myitkyina, Burma, 18 Jul 1944
Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell in a Jeep adapted for rail use, Myitkyina, Burma, 18 Jul 1944Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell speaking to combat engineers, Myitkyina, Burma, 18 Jul 1944Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell speaking with US and Chinese officers, Myitkyina, Burma, 18 Jul 1944, photo 1 of 2Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell speaking with US and Chinese officers, Myitkyina, Burma, 18 Jul 1944, photo 2 of 2
Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell in a Jeep adapted for rail use, Myitkyina, Burma, 18 Jul 1944Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell speaking to combat engineers, Myitkyina, Burma, 18 Jul 1944Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell speaking with US and Chinese officers, Myitkyina, Burma, 18 Jul 1944, photo 1 of 2Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell speaking with US and Chinese officers, Myitkyina, Burma, 18 Jul 1944, photo 2 of 2
Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell with Lieutenant General Hu Su of Chinese 30th Division, Myitkyina, Burma, 18 Jul 1944Major General Pan Yukun, Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell, and Lieutenant Colonel Kaplinger, Myitkyina, Burma, 18 Jul 1944Major Richard Young, Major General Pan Yukun, and Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell, Myitkyina, Burma, 18 Jul 1944Replacement aircraft for Espiritu Santo crowd the flight deck of the Escort Carrier USS Kwajalein as she steams from San Pedro, California, United States, 19 Jul 1944
Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell with Lieutenant General Hu Su of Chinese 30th Division, Myitkyina, Burma, 18 Jul 1944Major General Pan Yukun, Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell, and Lieutenant Colonel Kaplinger, Myitkyina, Burma, 18 Jul 1944Major Richard Young, Major General Pan Yukun, and Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell, Myitkyina, Burma, 18 Jul 1944Replacement aircraft for Espiritu Santo crowd the flight deck of the Escort Carrier USS Kwajalein as she steams from San Pedro, California, United States, 19 Jul 1944
TBM-1C Avengers of VT-2 with wheels and arrester hooks down above the carrier Hornet (Essex-class) after a strike on Guam, 18 Jul 1944. Note rocket rails and ASB radar antennas under the wings.US Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell speaking with Major General Pan Yukun of Chinese 50th Division, Myitkyina, Burma, 18 Jul 1944US Navy airship K-112 of Airship Patrol Squadron ZP-14 based in Morocco making an approach for a landing at RAF Gibraltar, Jul 18, 1944.
TBM-1C Avengers of VT-2 with wheels and arrester hooks down above the carrier Hornet (Essex-class) after a strike on Guam, 18 Jul 1944. Note rocket rails and ASB radar antennas under the wings.US Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell speaking with Major General Pan Yukun of Chinese 50th Division, Myitkyina, Burma, 18 Jul 1944US Navy airship K-112 of Airship Patrol Squadron ZP-14 based in Morocco making an approach for a landing at RAF Gibraltar, Jul 18, 1944.


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