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The 72 members of the Azusa Special Attack Unit prior to take-off on special attack on US ships anchored at Ulithi Atoll; Kanoya Air Base, Kyushu, Japan, 11 Mar 1945

Caption   The 72 members of the Azusa Special Attack Unit prior to take-off on special attack on US ships anchored at Ulithi Atoll; Kanoya Air Base, Kyushu, Japan, 11 Mar 1945 ww2dbase
Source    ww2dbaseBill Gordon Kamikaze Images
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Added By David Stubblebine
Added Date 7 Sep 2011

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1. Anonymous says:
21 Oct 2017 12:18:01 PM

I would like to use the photo of Azusa Special Attach unit in a book several professors from the University of Guam are writing on Ulithi. The book is designed as a way of giving back our research on Ulithi (including historical research) to the people of Ulithi. May I have your requirements to obtain permission to include and preferred acknowledgement?

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