A La-5FN aircraft being serviced on an airfield, Ukraine, 11 Sep 1944Alaska underway, 11 Sep 1944B-24J of the 38th Bomb Squadron “The Chambermaid” managed to return to Saipan after being heavily damaged over Iwo Jima 11 Sep 1944. All crewmembers survived but all received the Purple Heart.German 7.5 cm PaK 40 anti-tank gun and its crew fighting in the streets of Warsaw, Poland during the Warsaw Uprising, 11 Sep 1944; note heavily damaged buildings
A La-5FN aircraft being serviced on an airfield, Ukraine, 11 Sep 1944Alaska underway, 11 Sep 1944B-24J of the 38th Bomb Squadron “The Chambermaid” managed to return to Saipan after being heavily damaged over Iwo Jima 11 Sep 1944. All crewmembers survived but all received the Purple Heart.German 7.5 cm PaK 40 anti-tank gun and its crew fighting in the streets of Warsaw, Poland during the Warsaw Uprising, 11 Sep 1944; note heavily damaged buildings
German soldiers at Theater Square during the uprising in Warsaw, Poland, 11 Sep 1944; note National Theater in backgroundMGen Leonard Gerow presenting the Distinguished Service Cross to 1st Lt William J Kehaly of San Francisco, California on 11 Sep 1944 for Lt Kehaly’s actions on D-Day, 6 Jun 1944.
German soldiers at Theater Square during the uprising in Warsaw, Poland, 11 Sep 1944; note National Theater in backgroundMGen Leonard Gerow presenting the Distinguished Service Cross to 1st Lt William J Kehaly of San Francisco, California on 11 Sep 1944 for Lt Kehaly’s actions on D-Day, 6 Jun 1944.


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