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US Navy salvaging a Japanese Type A Ko-hyoteki midget submarine from shallows around Okinawa, Japan, 1945155mm Gun M1 of US 420th Field Artillery Group set up on Keise Shima near Okinawa, Japan, Apr 1945
US Navy salvaging a Japanese Type A Ko-hyoteki midget submarine from shallows around Okinawa, Japan, 1945155mm Gun M1 of US 420th Field Artillery Group set up on Keise Shima near Okinawa, Japan, Apr 1945
Men of the US 10th Army landing on Okinawa, Japan, 1 Apr 1945US Marine with Winchester Model 1912 shotgun on Okinawa, Japan, 1 Apr 1945
Men of the US 10th Army landing on Okinawa, Japan, 1 Apr 1945US Marine with Winchester Model 1912 shotgun on Okinawa, Japan, 1 Apr 1945
US Marines landing on Okinawa, Japan, 1 Apr 1945US Marines moving across Yontan Airfield, Yomitan, Okinawa, Japan, 1 Apr 1945
US Marines landing on Okinawa, Japan, 1 Apr 1945US Marines moving across Yontan Airfield, Yomitan, Okinawa, Japan, 1 Apr 1945
American ships unloading supplies on the beach of Okinawa, Japan, 4 Apr 1945Six TBM-3 Avengers of Torpedo Squadron 6 flying from the carrier Hancock during a raid on Amami-O-Shima in the Okinawa Campaign, 4 Apr 1945.
American ships unloading supplies on the beach of Okinawa, Japan, 4 Apr 1945Six TBM-3 Avengers of Torpedo Squadron 6 flying from the carrier Hancock during a raid on Amami-O-Shima in the Okinawa Campaign, 4 Apr 1945.
A Japanese special attack aircraft exploding on the deck of USS Hancock off Okinawa, Japan, 7 Apr 1945A mushroom cloud hanging above battleship Yamato
A Japanese special attack aircraft exploding on the deck of USS Hancock off Okinawa, Japan, 7 Apr 1945A mushroom cloud hanging above battleship Yamato's exploding hull, 7 Apr 1945
Battleship Yamato under aerial attack in the East China Sea, 7 Apr 1945Crewmen of USS Hancock assessing the damage caused by Japanese special attack aircraft, off Okinawa, Japan, 7 Apr 1945
Battleship Yamato under aerial attack in the East China Sea, 7 Apr 1945Crewmen of USS Hancock assessing the damage caused by Japanese special attack aircraft, off Okinawa, Japan, 7 Apr 1945
Cruiser Yahagi under attack, 7 Apr 1945Damaged USS Hancock hiding in smoke, off Okinawa, Japan, 7 Apr 1945
Cruiser Yahagi under attack, 7 Apr 1945Damaged USS Hancock hiding in smoke, off Okinawa, Japan, 7 Apr 1945
USS Hancock burning after being struck by a kamikaze special attack aircraft off Okinawa, 7 Apr 1945. Note fires burning fore and aft, and TBM Avenger flying over the carrier. Photographed from USS Pasadena.USS Hancock burning after being struck by special attack aircraft, off Okinawa, Japan, 7 Apr 1945; note USS Essex
USS Hancock burning after being struck by a kamikaze special attack aircraft off Okinawa, 7 Apr 1945. Note fires burning fore and aft, and TBM Avenger flying over the carrier. Photographed from USS Pasadena.USS Hancock burning after being struck by special attack aircraft, off Okinawa, Japan, 7 Apr 1945; note USS Essex's flight deck in foreground
USS Hancock maneuvering to control fires after being hit by a Japanese special attack aircraft off Okinawa, Japan, 7 Apr 1945Yahagi, moments before she was sunk, 7 April 1945
USS Hancock maneuvering to control fires after being hit by a Japanese special attack aircraft off Okinawa, Japan, 7 Apr 1945Yahagi, moments before she was sunk, 7 April 1945
Yamato and a destroyer in action, 7 Apr 1945Yamato being attacked in the East China Sea, 7 Apr 1945. Note the Agano-class cruiser Yahagi in the upper left distance.
Yamato and a destroyer in action, 7 Apr 1945Yamato being attacked in the East China Sea, 7 Apr 1945. Note the Agano-class cruiser Yahagi in the upper left distance.

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