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African-American US Army troops relaxing while en route to Europe aboard an US Coast Guard transport, date unknownAfrican-American US Marines relaxing aboard an US Coast Guard-manned transport in the Pacific, date unknownAfrican-American US Navy sailors, 1941-1945After missing the arresting wires, an FM-2 Wildcat made it almost the length of the flight deck before nosing over aboard the training aircraft carrier USS Sable on Lake Michigan, United States, 1943-45.
African-American US Army troops relaxing while en route to Europe aboard an US Coast Guard transport, date unknownAfrican-American US Marines relaxing aboard an US Coast Guard-manned transport in the Pacific, date unknownAfrican-American US Navy sailors, 1941-1945After missing the arresting wires, an FM-2 Wildcat made it almost the length of the flight deck before nosing over aboard the training aircraft carrier USS Sable on Lake Michigan, United States, 1943-45.
Air Officer Commanding-in-Chief Sholto Douglas of RAF Middle East, Jan 1943-Jan 1944Airship hangar, Carlsen Field, Trinidad, 1940sAlfred Jodl, date unknownAlfred Jodl, date unknown
Air Officer Commanding-in-Chief Sholto Douglas of RAF Middle East, Jan 1943-Jan 1944Airship hangar, Carlsen Field, Trinidad, 1940sAlfred Jodl, date unknownAlfred Jodl, date unknown
Allied Operation Jedburgh personnel receiving instructions from a briefing officer, London, England, United Kingdom, circa 1944; note M1 Carbine on tableAlpha Track Calutron at the Y-12 Plant at Oak Ridge, Tennessee, United States, 1944-1945Alpha Track Calutron diffusion vacuum pumps at the Y-12 Plant at Oak Ridge, Tennessee, United States, 1944-1945American A-20 Havoc aircraft aflame after being hit by German anti-aircraft fire, date unknown
Allied Operation Jedburgh personnel receiving instructions from a briefing officer, London, England, United Kingdom, circa 1944; note M1 Carbine on tableAlpha Track Calutron at the Y-12 Plant at Oak Ridge, Tennessee, United States, 1944-1945Alpha Track Calutron diffusion vacuum pumps at the Y-12 Plant at Oak Ridge, Tennessee, United States, 1944-1945American A-20 Havoc aircraft aflame after being hit by German anti-aircraft fire, date unknown
American and native personnel of the plumbing department of Halavo Seaplane Base, Florida Island, Solomon Islands, date unknownAmerican Beaufighter aircraft, 1943-1945American Blood Chit prepared for Operation Gratitude, the Raid into the South China Sea, as planners expected American airmen would be flying over French-Indochina (Vietnam) and other regions of southeast Asia.American greeting card, printed during war time, 1 of 2
American and native personnel of the plumbing department of Halavo Seaplane Base, Florida Island, Solomon Islands, date unknownAmerican Beaufighter aircraft, 1943-1945American Blood Chit prepared for Operation Gratitude, the Raid into the South China Sea, as planners expected American airmen would be flying over French-Indochina (Vietnam) and other regions of southeast Asia.American greeting card, printed during war time, 1 of 2
American greeting card, printed during war time, 2 of 2American ground crew preparing to arm P-51 Mustang fighter at an airfield with six M2 machine guns and 0.50 caliber ammunition, date unknownAmerican M4 Sherman tanks in Italy, 1944American parachute fragmentation bomb descending onto a Japanese airfield, circa 1943-1945; note G4M aircraft on the ground
American greeting card, printed during war time, 2 of 2American ground crew preparing to arm P-51 Mustang fighter at an airfield with six M2 machine guns and 0.50 caliber ammunition, date unknownAmerican M4 Sherman tanks in Italy, 1944American parachute fragmentation bomb descending onto a Japanese airfield, circa 1943-1945; note G4M aircraft on the ground

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