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Celebratory photo of American servicemen on top of a Japanese G4M bomber painted in surrender markings at Ie Jima, 20 Aug 1945. This plane brought in Japanese envoys the day before and would take them out later this dayTwo Mitsubishi G4M ‘Betty’ bombers that brought the Japanese surrender delegation to Ie Jima on 19 Aug 1945. The planes remained at Ie Jima as the delegation went on to Manila in a US transport (20 Aug 1945 photo).
Celebratory photo of American servicemen on top of a Japanese G4M bomber painted in surrender markings at Ie Jima, 20 Aug 1945. This plane brought in Japanese envoys the day before and would take them out later this dayTwo Mitsubishi G4M ‘Betty’ bombers that brought the Japanese surrender delegation to Ie Jima on 19 Aug 1945. The planes remained at Ie Jima as the delegation went on to Manila in a US transport (20 Aug 1945 photo).
Cockpit of a wrecked G4M bomber, New Britain, Bismarck Archipelago, Sep 1945G4M, B6N, D4Y, and L2D (license-built DC-3) aircraft at Yokosuka Navy Air Corps Oppama Base, Japan, late 1945
Cockpit of a wrecked G4M bomber, New Britain, Bismarck Archipelago, Sep 1945G4M, B6N, D4Y, and L2D (license-built DC-3) aircraft at Yokosuka Navy Air Corps Oppama Base, Japan, late 1945
J1N1-S, G4M, C6N, and D4Y aircraft at Yokosuka Naval Air Depot, Japan, late 1945, photo 1 of 2J1N1-S, G4M, C6N, and D4Y aircraft at Yokosuka Naval Air Depot, Japan, late 1945, photo 2 of 2
J1N1-S, G4M, C6N, and D4Y aircraft at Yokosuka Naval Air Depot, Japan, late 1945, photo 1 of 2J1N1-S, G4M, C6N, and D4Y aircraft at Yokosuka Naval Air Depot, Japan, late 1945, photo 2 of 2
Captured G4M2a Model 24 Ko/Otsu, 1945-1946US soldier taking a 20mm ammunition drum out of a G4M2a aircraft, 1945-1946
Captured G4M2a Model 24 Ko/Otsu, 1945-1946US soldier taking a 20mm ammunition drum out of a G4M2a aircraft, 1945-1946

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