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An American sailor looking down the hatch of submarine USS Marlin at New London, Connecticut, United States, Aug 1943Lieutenant David McClintock, Commander David White, and Lieutenant Charles Nace dining in the wardroom aboard USS Cero while the submarine was at Groton, Connecticut, United States, Jul-Aug 1943
An American sailor looking down the hatch of submarine USS Marlin at New London, Connecticut, United States, Aug 1943Lieutenant David McClintock, Commander David White, and Lieutenant Charles Nace dining in the wardroom aboard USS Cero while the submarine was at Groton, Connecticut, United States, Jul-Aug 1943
Looking forward along deck from stern of USS Marlin, off coast of New London, Connecticut, United States, Aug 1943Lunch time at the Vega aircraft plant, Burbank, California, United States, Aug 1943; 2,750 B-17 Flying Fortress bombers were built by Vega during WW2
Looking forward along deck from stern of USS Marlin, off coast of New London, Connecticut, United States, Aug 1943Lunch time at the Vega aircraft plant, Burbank, California, United States, Aug 1943; 2,750 B-17 Flying Fortress bombers were built by Vega during WW2
Man working on hull of US submarine at Electric Boat Company, Groton, Connecticut, United States, Aug 1943Torpedo room of USS Cero while the submarine was at the base at New London, Connecticut, United States, Aug 1943
Man working on hull of US submarine at Electric Boat Company, Groton, Connecticut, United States, Aug 1943Torpedo room of USS Cero while the submarine was at the base at New London, Connecticut, United States, Aug 1943
Worker scraping a plaster cast for plexiglass for PV-1 turrets, Lockheed factory, Burbank, California, United States, Aug 1943Workers checking a newly completed PV-1 aircraft, Lockheed factory, Burbank, California, United States, Aug 1943
Worker scraping a plaster cast for plexiglass for PV-1 turrets, Lockheed factory, Burbank, California, United States, Aug 1943Workers checking a newly completed PV-1 aircraft, Lockheed factory, Burbank, California, United States, Aug 1943
Tired member of US Navy VF-17 squadron paused under the squadron scoreboard at Bougainville, Solomon Islands, Feb 1944US Navy pilots on leave dancing with their dates at the Chris Holmes Rest Home in Hawaii, Mar 1944
Tired member of US Navy VF-17 squadron paused under the squadron scoreboard at Bougainville, Solomon Islands, Feb 1944US Navy pilots on leave dancing with their dates at the Chris Holmes Rest Home in Hawaii, Mar 1944
Men of US Marine Corps squadron VMF-222 resting on the wing of a F4U-1 Corsair fighter, Bougainville, Solomon Islands, Apr 1944Submarines Blenny (background) and Cochino (foreground) under construction at the Electric Boat Company in Groton, Connecticut, United States, early Apr 1944
Men of US Marine Corps squadron VMF-222 resting on the wing of a F4U-1 Corsair fighter, Bougainville, Solomon Islands, Apr 1944Submarines Blenny (background) and Cochino (foreground) under construction at the Electric Boat Company in Groton, Connecticut, United States, early Apr 1944
A US Navy sailor tattooed a fellow sailor aboard battleship New Jersey, Dec 1944Men of battleship New Jersey humiliated a Japanese prisoner of war by forcing him to bath in public view, Dec 1944
A US Navy sailor tattooed a fellow sailor aboard battleship New Jersey, Dec 1944Men of battleship New Jersey humiliated a Japanese prisoner of war by forcing him to bath in public view, Dec 1944
USS Hancock recovering aircraft in the South China Sea, Jan 1945; note three F6F Hellcat and one TBM Avenger aircraft in flight; seen from USS New Jersey
USS Hancock recovering aircraft in the South China Sea, Jan 1945; note three F6F Hellcat and one TBM Avenger aircraft in flight; seen from USS New Jersey
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"With Germany arming at breakneck speed, England lost in a pacifist dream, France corrupt and torn by dissension, America remote and indifferent... do you not tremble for your children?"

Winston Churchill, 1935