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US Marines advancing on Eniwetok, Marshall Islands, 23 Feb 1944; note bayonets fixed on riflesAn American bomb dump in the Marshall Islands, 1944
US Marines advancing on Eniwetok, Marshall Islands, 23 Feb 1944; note bayonets fixed on riflesAn American bomb dump in the Marshall Islands, 1944
Americans stringing telephone wires on a tree, Eniwetok, Marshall Islands, circa 1944Kwajalein of the Marshall Islands becoming an American advance supply base, Mar 1944
Americans stringing telephone wires on a tree, Eniwetok, Marshall Islands, circa 1944Kwajalein of the Marshall Islands becoming an American advance supply base, Mar 1944
US serviceman in a tent, Kwajalein, Marshall Islands, 1944US serviceman in Kwajalein, Marshall Islands, 1944
US serviceman in a tent, Kwajalein, Marshall Islands, 1944US serviceman in Kwajalein, Marshall Islands, 1944
US servicemen in Kwajalein, Marshall Islands, 1944US servicemen in Kwajalein, Marshall Islands, 1944
US servicemen in Kwajalein, Marshall Islands, 1944US servicemen in Kwajalein, Marshall Islands, 1944
US servicemen in Kwajalein, Marshall Islands, 1944View of Kwajalein, Marshall Islands, 1944
US servicemen in Kwajalein, Marshall Islands, 1944View of Kwajalein, Marshall Islands, 1944
View of Kwajalein, Marshall Islands, 1944View of Kwajalein, Marshall Islands, 1944
View of Kwajalein, Marshall Islands, 1944View of Kwajalein, Marshall Islands, 1944
View of Kwajalein, Marshall Islands, 1944View of Kwajalein, Marshall Islands, 1944
View of Kwajalein, Marshall Islands, 1944View of Kwajalein, Marshall Islands, 1944
Bombing results on the Japanese airstrip at Taroa Island, Maloelap Atoll, Marshall Islands, 1945.  Despite the pounding delivered to this site, war’s end found 3 fire control facilities and 40 anti-aircraft guns still operationalKwajalein Airstrip, Marshall Islands, as seen from a US Marine PBJ-1 Mitchell bomber of bombing squadron VMB-613, 1944-1945.
Bombing results on the Japanese airstrip at Taroa Island, Maloelap Atoll, Marshall Islands, 1945. Despite the pounding delivered to this site, war’s end found 3 fire control facilities and 40 anti-aircraft guns still operationalKwajalein Airstrip, Marshall Islands, as seen from a US Marine PBJ-1 Mitchell bomber of bombing squadron VMB-613, 1944-1945.
Men of USMC 10th Defense Battalion test firing a 155mm Gun M1, circa late 1944 to early 1945Hulk of a Japanese Type 89 127mm dual-purpose gun, Kwajalein, March 1945. This type of gun was a very common air defense weapon in the Central Pacific Theater.
Men of USMC 10th Defense Battalion test firing a 155mm Gun M1, circa late 1944 to early 1945Hulk of a Japanese Type 89 127mm dual-purpose gun, Kwajalein, March 1945. This type of gun was a very common air defense weapon in the Central Pacific Theater.
1959 chart of Kwajalein Atoll, Marshall Islands.
1959 chart of Kwajalein Atoll, Marshall Islands.

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