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Buildings in Dutch Harbor in flames after Japanese strike, 3 Jun 1942Explosion at Dutch Harbor, US Territory of Alaska, Jun 1942
Buildings in Dutch Harbor in flames after Japanese strike, 3 Jun 1942Explosion at Dutch Harbor, US Territory of Alaska, Jun 1942
Japanese bomb exploding in the water at Dutch Harbor, US Territory of Alaska, 3 Jun 1942Japanese Navy Flight Petty Officer Tadayoshi Koga
Japanese bomb exploding in the water at Dutch Harbor, US Territory of Alaska, 3 Jun 1942Japanese Navy Flight Petty Officer Tadayoshi Koga's A6M Zero fighter damaged by anti-aircraft fire over Dutch Harbor, US Territory of Alaska, 3 Jun 1942, photo 1 of 2
Japanese Navy Flight Petty Officer Tadayoshi KogaUS Army Air Force B-17E bombers taking off from the airfield on Eastern Island, Midway Atoll, 3-4 Jun 1942
Japanese Navy Flight Petty Officer Tadayoshi Koga's A6M Zero fighter damaged by anti-aircraft fire over Dutch Harbor, US Territory of Alaska, 3 Jun 1942, photo 2 of 2US Army Air Force B-17E bombers taking off from the airfield on Eastern Island, Midway Atoll, 3-4 Jun 1942
US Marines in a trench at Dutch Harbor, US Territory of Alaska, 3 Jun 1942; note burning fuel tanks in backgroundUSS North Carolina off Norfolk Navy Yard, Portsmouth, Virginia, United States, 3 Jun 1942, photo 1 of 2
US Marines in a trench at Dutch Harbor, US Territory of Alaska, 3 Jun 1942; note burning fuel tanks in backgroundUSS North Carolina off Norfolk Navy Yard, Portsmouth, Virginia, United States, 3 Jun 1942, photo 1 of 2
USS North Carolina off Norfolk Navy Yard, Portsmouth, Virginia, United States, 3 Jun 1942, photo 2 of 2
USS North Carolina off Norfolk Navy Yard, Portsmouth, Virginia, United States, 3 Jun 1942, photo 2 of 2


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"All right, they're on our left, they're on our right, they're in front of us, they're behind us... they can't get away this time."

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