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Japanese heavy cruiser Chokai at Truk, Caroline Islands, 20 Nov 1942; note battleship Yamato in backgroundYamato resting at anchor in Truk, Caroline Islands, 1943
Japanese heavy cruiser Chokai at Truk, Caroline Islands, 20 Nov 1942; note battleship Yamato in backgroundYamato resting at anchor in Truk, Caroline Islands, 1943
Properly marked Japanese hospital ship Asahi Maru as seen through the periscope of Gato-class submarine USS Silversides south of Truk Atoll, Caroline Islands, 4 Jan 1943.Battleships Musashi (foreground) and Yamato (background) at Truk, Caroline Islands, May 1943
Properly marked Japanese hospital ship Asahi Maru as seen through the periscope of Gato-class submarine USS Silversides south of Truk Atoll, Caroline Islands, 4 Jan 1943.Battleships Musashi (foreground) and Yamato (background) at Truk, Caroline Islands, May 1943
B-24J Liberator “Kansas Cyclone” of the 26th Bomb Squadron approaching targets in and around the Truk Lagoon, Caroline Islands, 1944. Note Udot Island below.Wounded personnel being loaded from USS Intrepid into waiting LCVP landing craft, probably at Ulithi, Caroline Islands, 1944, photo 1 of 2
B-24J Liberator “Kansas Cyclone” of the 26th Bomb Squadron approaching targets in and around the Truk Lagoon, Caroline Islands, 1944. Note Udot Island below.Wounded personnel being loaded from USS Intrepid into waiting LCVP landing craft, probably at Ulithi, Caroline Islands, 1944, photo 1 of 2
Wounded personnel being loaded from USS Intrepid into waiting LCVP landing craft, probably at Ulithi, Caroline Islands, 1944, photo 2 of 2Strike photo taken by aircraft from USS Enterprise showing a burning and sinking oil tanker in the Truk Lagoon (now Chuuk), Caroline Islands, 16 Feb 1944.
Wounded personnel being loaded from USS Intrepid into waiting LCVP landing craft, probably at Ulithi, Caroline Islands, 1944, photo 2 of 2Strike photo taken by aircraft from USS Enterprise showing a burning and sinking oil tanker in the Truk Lagoon (now Chuuk), Caroline Islands, 16 Feb 1944.
Strike photo taken from USS Intrepid aircraft showing burning targets and bomb splashes between the islands of Dublon and Fefan inside the Truk Lagoon (now Chuuk), Caroline Islands, 16 Feb 1944.Strike photo taken from USS Intrepid aircraft showing fires at the seaplane base on the south side of Dublon Island inside the Truk Lagoon (now Chuuk), Caroline Islands, 16 Feb 1944. Note burning H6K “Mavis”
Strike photo taken from USS Intrepid aircraft showing burning targets and bomb splashes between the islands of Dublon and Fefan inside the Truk Lagoon (now Chuuk), Caroline Islands, 16 Feb 1944.Strike photo taken from USS Intrepid aircraft showing fires at the seaplane base on the south side of Dublon Island inside the Truk Lagoon (now Chuuk), Caroline Islands, 16 Feb 1944. Note burning H6K “Mavis”
Japanese freighter at Truk, Caroline Islands hit by a torpedo dropped from a US Navy squadron VT-10 Avenger aircraft, 17 Feb 1944, photo 1 of 2Japanese freighter at Truk, Caroline Islands hit by a torpedo dropped from a US Navy squadron VT-10 Avenger aircraft, 17 Feb 1944, photo 2 of 2
Japanese freighter at Truk, Caroline Islands hit by a torpedo dropped from a US Navy squadron VT-10 Avenger aircraft, 17 Feb 1944, photo 1 of 2Japanese freighter at Truk, Caroline Islands hit by a torpedo dropped from a US Navy squadron VT-10 Avenger aircraft, 17 Feb 1944, photo 2 of 2
Katori burning off Truk, Caroline Islands, 19 Feb 1944Repair ship Akashi burning as the result of US carrier aircraft attack, Palau Islands, 30 Mar 1944
Katori burning off Truk, Caroline Islands, 19 Feb 1944Repair ship Akashi burning as the result of US carrier aircraft attack, Palau Islands, 30 Mar 1944
Submarine USS Harder backing away from the reef off Woleai, Caroline Islands, 1 Apr 1944; note SOC Seagull seaplane off Harder’s starboard quarter and rescued aviator Ensign John Galvin in a raft off the bow.Submarine USS Harder with her bow against the reef off Woleai, Caroline Islands, 1 Apr 1944 as a rescue party went ashore to rescue aviator Ensign John Galvin on the beach. Note SOC Seagull seaplane.
Submarine USS Harder backing away from the reef off Woleai, Caroline Islands, 1 Apr 1944; note SOC Seagull seaplane off Harder’s starboard quarter and rescued aviator Ensign John Galvin in a raft off the bow.Submarine USS Harder with her bow against the reef off Woleai, Caroline Islands, 1 Apr 1944 as a rescue party went ashore to rescue aviator Ensign John Galvin on the beach. Note SOC Seagull seaplane.
USS Harder rescuing aviator Ensign John Galvin off Woleai, Caroline Islands, 1 Apr 1944; note SOC Seagull seaplane in backgroundRufus W. Oakley holding a Protestant Christian religious service for US Marines on Peleliu, Palau Islands, Sep 1944
USS Harder rescuing aviator Ensign John Galvin off Woleai, Caroline Islands, 1 Apr 1944; note SOC Seagull seaplane in backgroundRufus W. Oakley holding a Protestant Christian religious service for US Marines on Peleliu, Palau Islands, Sep 1944
Oliver P. Smith walking through his Assistant Division Commander quarters on Peleliu, Palau Islands, 1944Cruiser USS Honolulu firing her guns in a pre-invasion shore bombardment of Peleliu in the Palau Islands, 15 Sep 1944, D-Day on Peleliu.
Oliver P. Smith walking through his Assistant Division Commander quarters on Peleliu, Palau Islands, 1944Cruiser USS Honolulu firing her guns in a pre-invasion shore bombardment of Peleliu in the Palau Islands, 15 Sep 1944, D-Day on Peleliu.

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