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USMC PBJ Mitchell pilot Maj Sidney Groff, right, adds the name of Japanese POW 2Lt Minoru Wada to the flight manifest at Libby Field in Davao, Mindanao for transfer to Moret Field, Zamboanga, Philippines, Aug 7, 1945Certainly with mixed feelings, Japanese POW 2Lt Minoru Wada watches bombs fall on the Japanese 100th Infantry Division headquarters that he had just led the bombers to, Aug 9, 1945, Mindanao, Philippines
USMC PBJ Mitchell pilot Maj Sidney Groff, right, adds the name of Japanese POW 2Lt Minoru Wada to the flight manifest at Libby Field in Davao, Mindanao for transfer to Moret Field, Zamboanga, Philippines, Aug 7, 1945Certainly with mixed feelings, Japanese POW 2Lt Minoru Wada watches bombs fall on the Japanese 100th Infantry Division headquarters that he had just led the bombers to, Aug 9, 1945, Mindanao, Philippines
From the radio operator’s position in a USMC PBJ Mitchell, Japanese POW 2Lt Minoru Wada looks for landmarks to find the Japanese 100th Infantry Division headquarters complex, Aug 9, 1945, Mindanao, PhilippinesJapanese POW 2Lt Minoru Wada using the intercom aboard a USMC PBJ Mitchell bomber to relay instructions to his interpreter about the location of the Japanese 100th Infantry Division headquarters, Aug 9, 1945
From the radio operator’s position in a USMC PBJ Mitchell, Japanese POW 2Lt Minoru Wada looks for landmarks to find the Japanese 100th Infantry Division headquarters complex, Aug 9, 1945, Mindanao, PhilippinesJapanese POW 2Lt Minoru Wada using the intercom aboard a USMC PBJ Mitchell bomber to relay instructions to his interpreter about the location of the Japanese 100th Infantry Division headquarters, Aug 9, 1945
US Army Ground Liaison Officer Maj Mortimer H Jordan, headphones, relays information from Japanese POW 2Lt Minoru Wada to guide the bombing strike to the target area, Aug 9, 1945, Mindanao, PhilippinesUS Army Ground Liaison Officer Maj Mortimer H Jordan, left, Japanese POW 2Lt Minoru Wada, center, and interpreter Sgt Charles T Imai provide a briefing for the 1st Marine Air Wing fighter and bomber pilots, Aug 9, 1945
US Army Ground Liaison Officer Maj Mortimer H Jordan, headphones, relays information from Japanese POW 2Lt Minoru Wada to guide the bombing strike to the target area, Aug 9, 1945, Mindanao, PhilippinesUS Army Ground Liaison Officer Maj Mortimer H Jordan, left, Japanese POW 2Lt Minoru Wada, center, and interpreter Sgt Charles T Imai provide a briefing for the 1st Marine Air Wing fighter and bomber pilots, Aug 9, 1945
US Army Ground Liaison Officer Maj Mortimer Jordan, left, Japanese POW 2Lt Minoru Wada, center, and interpreter Sgt Charles Imai provide a briefing for fighter and bomber pilots of the 1st Marine Air Wing, Aug 9, 1945USMC 2Lt Gordon Growden, combat correspondent, interviews Japanese POW 2Lt Minoru Wada prior to a bombing mission against the prisoner’s former headquarters, Zamboanga, Mindanao, Aug 9, 1945
US Army Ground Liaison Officer Maj Mortimer Jordan, left, Japanese POW 2Lt Minoru Wada, center, and interpreter Sgt Charles Imai provide a briefing for fighter and bomber pilots of the 1st Marine Air Wing, Aug 9, 1945USMC 2Lt Gordon Growden, combat correspondent, interviews Japanese POW 2Lt Minoru Wada prior to a bombing mission against the prisoner’s former headquarters, Zamboanga, Mindanao, Aug 9, 1945
Douglas MacArthur observing the arrival of the Japanese delegation, Manila City Hall, Philippine Islands, 20 Aug 1945USS Ancon at anchor, Manila Bay, Philippine Islands, mid-Aug 1945, photo 1 of 2; note Measure 31a, Design 18Ax camouflage
Douglas MacArthur observing the arrival of the Japanese delegation, Manila City Hall, Philippine Islands, 20 Aug 1945USS Ancon at anchor, Manila Bay, Philippine Islands, mid-Aug 1945, photo 1 of 2; note Measure 31a, Design 18Ax camouflage
USS Ancon at anchor, Manila Bay, Philippine Islands, mid-Aug 1945, photo 2 of 2; note Measure 31a, Design 18Ax camouflageDodge WC54 and WC64 KD 3/4-ton field ambulances standing by C-46 Commando aircraft at Clark Field, Manila, Philippine Islands, 29 Sep 1945
USS Ancon at anchor, Manila Bay, Philippine Islands, mid-Aug 1945, photo 2 of 2; note Measure 31a, Design 18Ax camouflageDodge WC54 and WC64 KD 3/4-ton field ambulances standing by C-46 Commando aircraft at Clark Field, Manila, Philippine Islands, 29 Sep 1945
Black PBY-5A Catalina of Patrol Bombing Squadron VPB-54 pulled from the water at a base in the Philippines, late 1945.Clarke, Hamamoto, Yamashita, Hendricks, and Guy, at Yamashita
Black PBY-5A Catalina of Patrol Bombing Squadron VPB-54 pulled from the water at a base in the Philippines, late 1945.Clarke, Hamamoto, Yamashita, Hendricks, and Guy, at Yamashita's arraignment, Manila, Philippines, 8 Oct 1945
PT-221 and PT-222, Higgins 78-foot motor torpedo boats, along with many other PT Boats being stripped of their parts before their hulls were burned, Samar, Philippines, Nov 1945.Inauguration ceremony of President Ramón Magsaysay and Vice President Carlos Garcia, Independence Grandstand (now Quirino Grandstand), Rizal Park, Manila, Philippines, 30 Dec 1953
PT-221 and PT-222, Higgins 78-foot motor torpedo boats, along with many other PT Boats being stripped of their parts before their hulls were burned, Samar, Philippines, Nov 1945.Inauguration ceremony of President Ramón Magsaysay and Vice President Carlos Garcia, Independence Grandstand (now Quirino Grandstand), Rizal Park, Manila, Philippines, 30 Dec 1953
Luz Magsaysay, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Ramón Magsaysay in Manila, Philippines, 26 Aug 1955Sergio Osmeña, Ramón Magsaysay, and others, 16 Mar 1957
Luz Magsaysay, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Ramón Magsaysay in Manila, Philippines, 26 Aug 1955Sergio Osmeña, Ramón Magsaysay, and others, 16 Mar 1957
Men working at the crash site of the Philippine C-47 presidential transport aircraft (which had killed President Ramón Magsaysay), Balamban, Cebu, Philippines, 17 Mar 1957The Philippine Campaign officially came to a close when Imperial Japanese Army Lieutenant Hiroo Onoda was relieved of duty by Major Yoshimi Taniguchi on Lubang Island, Philippines, Mar 1974 – after 30 years in the hills.
Men working at the crash site of the Philippine C-47 presidential transport aircraft (which had killed President Ramón Magsaysay), Balamban, Cebu, Philippines, 17 Mar 1957The Philippine Campaign officially came to a close when Imperial Japanese Army Lieutenant Hiroo Onoda was relieved of duty by Major Yoshimi Taniguchi on Lubang Island, Philippines, Mar 1974 – after 30 years in the hills.

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