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Captain Thomas L Sprague of the USS Intrepid offering remarks of welcome to he Ruler of the Raging Main, Neptunus Rex, and his escort just before for the Line Crossing ceremonies, 22 Jan 1944.The Ruler of the Raging Main, Neptunus Rex, and his escort arriving on the flight deck of the USS Intrepid for the Line Crossing ceremonies, 22 Jan 1944.
Captain Thomas L Sprague of the USS Intrepid offering remarks of welcome to he Ruler of the Raging Main, Neptunus Rex, and his escort just before for the Line Crossing ceremonies, 22 Jan 1944.The Ruler of the Raging Main, Neptunus Rex, and his escort arriving on the flight deck of the USS Intrepid for the Line Crossing ceremonies, 22 Jan 1944.
The Ruler of the Raging Main, Neptunus Rex, and his escort in the hangar deck of the USS Intrepid for the Line Crossing ceremonies, 22 Jan 1944.US Army DUKWs landing under fire on the beaches of Anzio, Italy, 22 Jan 1944
The Ruler of the Raging Main, Neptunus Rex, and his escort in the hangar deck of the USS Intrepid for the Line Crossing ceremonies, 22 Jan 1944.US Army DUKWs landing under fire on the beaches of Anzio, Italy, 22 Jan 1944
US Army troops landing at Anzio, Italy, late Jan 1944WASP pilots at Laredo Army Air Force Base, Texas, United States, 22 Jan 1944; note B-26 Marauder, AT-6 Texan, and C-56 Lodestar aircraft in background
US Army troops landing at Anzio, Italy, late Jan 1944WASP pilots at Laredo Army Air Force Base, Texas, United States, 22 Jan 1944; note B-26 Marauder, AT-6 Texan, and C-56 Lodestar aircraft in background


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