A Bren gunner of the United Kingdom 8th Royal Scots at Moostdijk, Netherlands, 6 Nov 1944Captain Dixie Kiefer in battle dress on the command bridge of USS Ticonderoga during the launching of aircraft against Luzon, Philippines, Nov 6, 1944.Commander Air Group 80, Lt Commander Albert O. Vorse, discussing the results of the 6 Nov 1944 raid on Manila with Rear Admiral Arthur W. Radford, right, aboard the USS Ticonderoga.Near collision between two Casablanca-class escort carriers at Ulithi, 6 Nov 1944. USS Bismarck Sea broke loose from her anchor and drifted to within 15 feet of USS Sargent Bay (foreground) before regaining control.
A Bren gunner of the United Kingdom 8th Royal Scots at Moostdijk, Netherlands, 6 Nov 1944Captain Dixie Kiefer in battle dress on the command bridge of USS Ticonderoga during the launching of aircraft against Luzon, Philippines, Nov 6, 1944.Commander Air Group 80, Lt Commander Albert O. Vorse, discussing the results of the 6 Nov 1944 raid on Manila with Rear Admiral Arthur W. Radford, right, aboard the USS Ticonderoga.Near collision between two Casablanca-class escort carriers at Ulithi, 6 Nov 1944. USS Bismarck Sea broke loose from her anchor and drifted to within 15 feet of USS Sargent Bay (foreground) before regaining control.


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George Patton, 31 May 1944


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