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A war weary Sunderland III flying boat of Royal Australian Air Force No. 10 Squadron being hauled out of the water for an overhaul at Mount Batten Seaplane Base, Devon, England, United Kingdom, Jan 1943Piper L-4 Grasshopper observation aircraft on a 2.5 ton CCKW truck in preparation for the D-Day landings. Devon, England, United Kingdom, Feb 12 1944.
A war weary Sunderland III flying boat of Royal Australian Air Force No. 10 Squadron being hauled out of the water for an overhaul at Mount Batten Seaplane Base, Devon, England, United Kingdom, Jan 1943Piper L-4 Grasshopper observation aircraft on a 2.5 ton CCKW truck in preparation for the D-Day landings. Devon, England, United Kingdom, Feb 12 1944.
US Army troops board an LVCP landing craft from Amphibious Transport Ship USS Joseph T Dickman at Torquay Hards, England, United Kingdom for a landing exercise in preparation for the Normandy invasion.US LSTs 284, 380, 382, and 499 loading men, vehicles, and supplies for the upcoming Normandy Invasion in Brixham Harbor, Devon, England, Jun 1 1944. Note wings and fuselage of an Aeronca L-3 Grasshopper observation aircraft on a CCKW truck.
US Army troops board an LVCP landing craft from Amphibious Transport Ship USS Joseph T Dickman at Torquay Hards, England, United Kingdom for a landing exercise in preparation for the Normandy invasion.US LSTs 284, 380, 382, and 499 loading men, vehicles, and supplies for the upcoming Normandy Invasion in Brixham Harbor, Devon, England, Jun 1 1944. Note wings and fuselage of an Aeronca L-3 Grasshopper observation aircraft on a CCKW truck.
Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery standing in a Jeep while addressing American troops in Devon, England, United Kingdom, 15 Jan 1945. The bare-headed soldiers suggest this was a worship or memorial service.
Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery standing in a Jeep while addressing American troops in Devon, England, United Kingdom, 15 Jan 1945. The bare-headed soldiers suggest this was a worship or memorial service.


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Lt. Gen. Lewis B. "Chesty" Puller, at Guadalcanal