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Supermarine Spitfire of the US 307th Fighter Squadron rests on the beach at Paestum, Italy near Salerno after being shot down Sep 9, 1943; pilot uninjured. LST-359 unloads men and materiel beyond, Sep 1943. Photo 2 of 2Supermarine Spitfire of the US 307th Fighter Squadron rests on the beach at Paestum, Italy near Salerno after being shot down Sep 9, 1943; pilot uninjured. LST-391 unloads men and materiel beyond, Sep 1943. Photo 1 of 2Martlet IV and Seafire IIc fighters of Nos. 885, 888, and 893 Squadron FAA aboard HMS Formidable off Italy, Sep 1943British Army General J. L. Hawksworth and US Navy Rear Admiral Richard L. Connolly aboard Biscayne, 6 Sep 1943, while preparing for Salerno, Italy landings
Supermarine Spitfire of the US 307th Fighter Squadron rests on the beach at Paestum, Italy near Salerno after being shot down Sep 9, 1943; pilot uninjured. LST-359 unloads men and materiel beyond, Sep 1943. Photo 2 of 2Supermarine Spitfire of the US 307th Fighter Squadron rests on the beach at Paestum, Italy near Salerno after being shot down Sep 9, 1943; pilot uninjured. LST-391 unloads men and materiel beyond, Sep 1943. Photo 1 of 2Martlet IV and Seafire IIc fighters of Nos. 885, 888, and 893 Squadron FAA aboard HMS Formidable off Italy, Sep 1943British Army General J. L. Hawksworth and US Navy Rear Admiral Richard L. Connolly aboard Biscayne, 6 Sep 1943, while preparing for Salerno, Italy landings
Light cruiser Philadelphia and a motor minesweeper making a smoke screen to cover the landing area from German air attack, Salerno, Italy, 9 Sep 1943Vice Admiral H. Kent Hewitt and Rear Admiral Spencer Lewis aboard USS Ancon off Salerno, Italy, Sep 1943Unloading equipment on a beach near Salerno, Italy, Sep 1943Cruiser Savannah immediately after she was hit by a German guided bomb during the Salerno operation, 11 Sep 1943, photo 1 of 2
Light cruiser Philadelphia and a motor minesweeper making a smoke screen to cover the landing area from German air attack, Salerno, Italy, 9 Sep 1943Vice Admiral H. Kent Hewitt and Rear Admiral Spencer Lewis aboard USS Ancon off Salerno, Italy, Sep 1943Unloading equipment on a beach near Salerno, Italy, Sep 1943Cruiser Savannah immediately after she was hit by a German guided bomb during the Salerno operation, 11 Sep 1943, photo 1 of 2
Cruiser Savannah immediately after she was hit by a German guided bomb during the Salerno operation, 11 Sep 1943, photo 2 of 2Clark aboard USS Ancon, off Salerno, Italy, 12 Sep 1943USS Ancon (background), HM LST-404, and other ships off Salerno, Italy, 12 Sep 1943USS Ancon off Salerno, Italy, 12 Sep 1943
Cruiser Savannah immediately after she was hit by a German guided bomb during the Salerno operation, 11 Sep 1943, photo 2 of 2Clark aboard USS Ancon, off Salerno, Italy, 12 Sep 1943USS Ancon (background), HM LST-404, and other ships off Salerno, Italy, 12 Sep 1943USS Ancon off Salerno, Italy, 12 Sep 1943
LCT-222 landed a jeep onto Salerno beach, Italy, Sep 1943; note LST-1 in backgroundLST-1 landing troops onto a beach near Salerno, Italy, Sep 1943LST-1 landing US Army jeeps onto a beach near Salerno, Italy, Sep 1943LST-1 landing US Army trucks and field guns onto a beach near Salerno, Italy, Sep 1943
LCT-222 landed a jeep onto Salerno beach, Italy, Sep 1943; note LST-1 in backgroundLST-1 landing troops onto a beach near Salerno, Italy, Sep 1943LST-1 landing US Army jeeps onto a beach near Salerno, Italy, Sep 1943LST-1 landing US Army trucks and field guns onto a beach near Salerno, Italy, Sep 1943
US troops at the Second Temple of Hera, Paestum, Italy, mid-Sep 1943With LST-1 in background, US Army Engineers hauled a roll of wire mesh into position to make a beach roadway, Salerno, Italy, Sep 1943African-American soldiers of a port battalion of the US 5th Army unloading supplies at the beach at Salerno, Italy, 18 Sep 1943; note DUKW in center and fresh water cans marked with German PaK 40 gun near Salerno, Italy, late Sep 1943
US troops at the Second Temple of Hera, Paestum, Italy, mid-Sep 1943With LST-1 in background, US Army Engineers hauled a roll of wire mesh into position to make a beach roadway, Salerno, Italy, Sep 1943African-American soldiers of a port battalion of the US 5th Army unloading supplies at the beach at Salerno, Italy, 18 Sep 1943; note DUKW in center and fresh water cans marked with 'W'German PaK 40 gun near Salerno, Italy, late Sep 1943

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