US Marine holding M55 Reising folding-stock (left) and M50 Reising (right) submachine guns, Marine Corps Base Quantico, near Triangle, Virginia, United States, date unknownUS Marines in training at Marine Corps Base Quantico, near Triangle, Virginia, United States with M55 Reising folding-stock (left) and M50 Reising (right) submachine guns, date unknownUnited States Coast Guardsman with M50 Reising submachine gun and dog on a beach in the United States, circa 1941-1945US Marine code talkers on Bougainville, Solomon Islands, Dec 1943
US Marine holding M55 Reising folding-stock (left) and M50 Reising (right) submachine guns, Marine Corps Base Quantico, near Triangle, Virginia, United States, date unknownUS Marines in training at Marine Corps Base Quantico, near Triangle, Virginia, United States with M55 Reising folding-stock (left) and M50 Reising (right) submachine guns, date unknownUnited States Coast Guardsman with M50 Reising submachine gun and dog on a beach in the United States, circa 1941-1945US Marine code talkers on Bougainville, Solomon Islands, Dec 1943
Prisoners from the German submarine U-490 on the destroyer escort USS Inch awaiting transfer to USS Croatan, 12 Jun 1944. Note the streamlined depth charges for fast-sinking and guard with a Reising M50 submachine gun.German and Italian prisoners of war from the Normandy campaign en route Britain on the battleship USS Texas, Jun 1944. Some are sitting due to seasickness. Note guard holding a Reising M50 submachinegun.
Prisoners from the German submarine U-490 on the destroyer escort USS Inch awaiting transfer to USS Croatan, 12 Jun 1944. Note the streamlined depth charges for fast-sinking and guard with a Reising M50 submachine gun.German and Italian prisoners of war from the Normandy campaign en route Britain on the battleship USS Texas, Jun 1944. Some are sitting due to seasickness. Note guard holding a Reising M50 submachinegun.
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