Ernie Pyle at Anzio, Italy, circa Mar 1944Ernie Pyle eating C-ration, Anzio, Italy, 18 Mar 1944War Correspondent Ernie Pyle speaking to Lieutenant John Mason Brown, northern France, 15 Jun 1944Ernie Pyle interviewing combat photographers, Guam, 1945
Ernie Pyle at Anzio, Italy, circa Mar 1944Ernie Pyle eating C-ration, Anzio, Italy, 18 Mar 1944War Correspondent Ernie Pyle speaking to Lieutenant John Mason Brown, northern France, 15 Jun 1944Ernie Pyle interviewing combat photographers, Guam, 1945
Ernie Pyle, circa 1945Pharmacist Mate 2nd Class Edward P. Kraspe, Lieutenant Arlington Bensel, Jr., Ernie Pyle, and Corporal Edward M. Wrenne, 1945Portrait of Ernie Pyle, early 1945Captain Walton Smith of the Independence-class carrier USS Cabot on the bridge with war correspondent Ernie Pyle off Japan, Feb 1945. Note inscription by Pyle.
Ernie Pyle, circa 1945Pharmacist Mate 2nd Class Edward P. Kraspe, Lieutenant Arlington Bensel, Jr., Ernie Pyle, and Corporal Edward M. Wrenne, 1945Portrait of Ernie Pyle, early 1945Captain Walton Smith of the Independence-class carrier USS Cabot on the bridge with war correspondent Ernie Pyle off Japan, Feb 1945. Note inscription by Pyle.
Ernie Pyle aboard a US Navy warship off Okinawa, Japan, 1945Ernie Pyle with US Marines, Okinawa, Japan, 8 Apr 1945Journalist Ernie Pyle shortly after being killed on Iejima, Okinawa Prefecture, Japan, 18 Apr 1945Funeral service for Ernie Pyle, Okinawa, Japan, 20 Apr 1945
Ernie Pyle aboard a US Navy warship off Okinawa, Japan, 1945Ernie Pyle with US Marines, Okinawa, Japan, 8 Apr 1945Journalist Ernie Pyle shortly after being killed on Iejima, Okinawa Prefecture, Japan, 18 Apr 1945Funeral service for Ernie Pyle, Okinawa, Japan, 20 Apr 1945
Grave site of Ernie Pyle, National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific, Honolulu, US Territory of Hawaii, 29 May 1950
Grave site of Ernie Pyle, National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific, Honolulu, US Territory of Hawaii, 29 May 1950
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