A column of smoke rising from beachhead on Leyte, Philippine Islands from American naval shelling, 20 Oct 1944A Filipino woman being treated at an US Navy first aid station, Leyte, Philippine Islands, 20 Oct 1944American troops and equipment on a Leyte, Philippine Islands beachhead, 20 Oct 1944An US Navy LCM delivered men to the Leyte beachhead, Philippine Islands, 20 Oct 1944
A column of smoke rising from beachhead on Leyte, Philippine Islands from American naval shelling, 20 Oct 1944A Filipino woman being treated at an US Navy first aid station, Leyte, Philippine Islands, 20 Oct 1944American troops and equipment on a Leyte, Philippine Islands beachhead, 20 Oct 1944An US Navy LCM delivered men to the Leyte beachhead, Philippine Islands, 20 Oct 1944
Canberra and Houston being towed by USS Munsee and USS Pawnee toward Ulithi, Caroline Islands, Oct 1944Crewmen of the USS Elmore hoisting LCVPs as part of disembarking United States Army troops of the 19th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Battalion for the beaches at Leyte, Philippines, 20 Oct 1944.First wave of American troops storming ashore from amphibious landing craft, Leyte, Philippine Islands, 20 Oct 1944, photo 1 of 3First wave of American troops storming ashore from amphibious landing craft, Leyte, Philippine Islands, 20 Oct 1944, photo 2 of 3
Canberra and Houston being towed by USS Munsee and USS Pawnee toward Ulithi, Caroline Islands, Oct 1944Crewmen of the USS Elmore hoisting LCVPs as part of disembarking United States Army troops of the 19th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Battalion for the beaches at Leyte, Philippines, 20 Oct 1944.First wave of American troops storming ashore from amphibious landing craft, Leyte, Philippine Islands, 20 Oct 1944, photo 1 of 3First wave of American troops storming ashore from amphibious landing craft, Leyte, Philippine Islands, 20 Oct 1944, photo 2 of 3
First wave of American troops storming ashore from amphibious landing craft, Leyte, Philippine Islands, 20 Oct 1944, photo 3 of 3FM-2 Wildcat flying combat air patrol over USS Santee, during the Leyte Invasion, 20 Oct 1944LSTs disembarking troops during the Leyte landings at White Beach, Tacloban, Leyte, Philippines, 20 Oct 1944.MacArthur wading ashore at Leyte, Philippine Islands, 20 Oct 1944
First wave of American troops storming ashore from amphibious landing craft, Leyte, Philippine Islands, 20 Oct 1944, photo 3 of 3FM-2 Wildcat flying combat air patrol over USS Santee, during the Leyte Invasion, 20 Oct 1944LSTs disembarking troops during the Leyte landings at White Beach, Tacloban, Leyte, Philippines, 20 Oct 1944.MacArthur wading ashore at Leyte, Philippine Islands, 20 Oct 1944
MacArthur, Kenney, Sutherland, Mudge inspected Leyte beachhead, Philippines, 20 Oct 1944Map of the Leyte landing beaches, 20 Oct 1944Sutherland, Kenney, OsmeƱa, MacArthur, and Romulo off Leyte, Philippines, circa 20-23 Oct 1944United States Army General Douglas MacArthur and his staff leaving USS Nashville aboard an LCM to inspect the landing beaches on Leyte in the Philippines, 20 Oct 1944.
MacArthur, Kenney, Sutherland, Mudge inspected Leyte beachhead, Philippines, 20 Oct 1944Map of the Leyte landing beaches, 20 Oct 1944Sutherland, Kenney, OsmeƱa, MacArthur, and Romulo off Leyte, Philippines, circa 20-23 Oct 1944United States Army General Douglas MacArthur and his staff leaving USS Nashville aboard an LCM to inspect the landing beaches on Leyte in the Philippines, 20 Oct 1944.
United States Army troops of the 19th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Battalion disembarking the USS Elmore bound for the landing beaches at Leyte, Philippines, 20 Oct 1944.USS Bennington steaming south across the Caribbean on her way to Trinidad on her shakedown cruise, 20 Oct 1944. Note the Measure 33, Design 17 paint scheme.
United States Army troops of the 19th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Battalion disembarking the USS Elmore bound for the landing beaches at Leyte, Philippines, 20 Oct 1944.USS Bennington steaming south across the Caribbean on her way to Trinidad on her shakedown cruise, 20 Oct 1944. Note the Measure 33, Design 17 paint scheme.


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