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Two beached and one broached LVTs on an Iwo Jima beach, 19 Feb 1945Two LCI(L)s off Iwo Jima at what appeared to be dawn, probably during the pre-landing bombardment, 19 Feb 1945
Two beached and one broached LVTs on an Iwo Jima beach, 19 Feb 1945Two LCI(L)s off Iwo Jima at what appeared to be dawn, probably during the pre-landing bombardment, 19 Feb 1945
US Marine LVTs and M4 tanks maneuvered inland from Iwo Jima beach, 19 Feb 1945USS LCT-1030 and USS LST-731 beached at Beach Blue Two at Iwo Jima, shortly after the 19 Feb 1945 landings
US Marine LVTs and M4 tanks maneuvered inland from Iwo Jima beach, 19 Feb 1945USS LCT-1030 and USS LST-731 beached at Beach Blue Two at Iwo Jima, shortly after the 19 Feb 1945 landings
USS LST-731 beached at Beach Blue Two on Iwo Jima, shortly after the 19 Feb 1945 landingsExplosion near an Iwo Jima beach, Feb 1945
USS LST-731 beached at Beach Blue Two on Iwo Jima, shortly after the 19 Feb 1945 landingsExplosion near an Iwo Jima beach, Feb 1945
Explosion of a white phospherus shell or bomb near shore on Iwo Jima, circa Feb 1945LVT
Explosion of a white phospherus shell or bomb near shore on Iwo Jima, circa Feb 1945LVT 'Moon Glow' off Iwo Jima, Feb 1945
LCVP from LST-713 off northern Iwo Jima, Feb 1945A LCVP loaded with troops sailed on foreground while American ships beyond burned, off Iwo Jima, Feb 1945
LCVP from LST-713 off northern Iwo Jima, Feb 1945A LCVP loaded with troops sailed on foreground while American ships beyond burned, off Iwo Jima, Feb 1945
Landing craft underway off Iwo Jima, circa Feb 1945, photo 1 of 2Landing craft underway off Iwo Jima, circa Feb 1945, photo 2 of 2
Landing craft underway off Iwo Jima, circa Feb 1945, photo 1 of 2Landing craft underway off Iwo Jima, circa Feb 1945, photo 2 of 2
Scene on an eastern Iwo Jima beach, February 1945LCVPs from USS Sanborn underway off Iwo Jima, in mid or late Feb 1945, photo 1 of 2
Scene on an eastern Iwo Jima beach, February 1945LCVPs from USS Sanborn underway off Iwo Jima, in mid or late Feb 1945, photo 1 of 2
LCVPs from USS Sanborn underway off Iwo Jima, in mid or late Feb 1945, photo 2 of 2LCMs broached in the surf (the left most one was from USS Belle Grove LSD-2) and LVTs and other vehicles on Blue Beach, Iwo Jima, Japan, circa late Feb 1945
LCVPs from USS Sanborn underway off Iwo Jima, in mid or late Feb 1945, photo 2 of 2LCMs broached in the surf (the left most one was from USS Belle Grove LSD-2) and LVTs and other vehicles on Blue Beach, Iwo Jima, Japan, circa late Feb 1945
LSDs and other amphibious ships off Iwo Jima, circa late Feb 1945Ships making smoke screen off Iwo Jima per original caption, but appearance of battleship Colorado or Maryland in a photo of this set indicate it might have been Okinawa; circa 1945, photo 1 of 2
LSDs and other amphibious ships off Iwo Jima, circa late Feb 1945Ships making smoke screen off Iwo Jima per original caption, but appearance of battleship Colorado or Maryland in a photo of this set indicate it might have been Okinawa; circa 1945, photo 1 of 2
Ships making smoke screen off Iwo Jima per original caption, but appearance of battleship Colorado or Maryland in a photo of this set indicate it might have been Okinawa; circa 1945, photo 2 of 2A native man and three US Navy officers at the entrance to British Solomon Islands Police Headquarters of Tulagi, 1945
Ships making smoke screen off Iwo Jima per original caption, but appearance of battleship Colorado or Maryland in a photo of this set indicate it might have been Okinawa; circa 1945, photo 2 of 2A native man and three US Navy officers at the entrance to British Solomon Islands Police Headquarters of Tulagi, 1945

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