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Aviation Metalsmith J. J. Lombardo showing WAVES personnel how to tie down cargo, Naval Air Transport Service School, Naval Air Station, Oakland, California, United States, 17 Feb 1945Carrier pilots received instructions on their strike mission against Tokyo aboard an unnamed carrier, 17 Feb 1945
Aviation Metalsmith J. J. Lombardo showing WAVES personnel how to tie down cargo, Naval Air Transport Service School, Naval Air Station, Oakland, California, United States, 17 Feb 1945Carrier pilots received instructions on their strike mission against Tokyo aboard an unnamed carrier, 17 Feb 1945
F4U-1D Corsair with Marine Squadron 216 aboard USS Wasp (Essex-class) being moved onto the deck-edge elevator on its way to the hangar deck following a strike against targets in and around Tokyo, Japan, Feb 17, 1945.Iwo Jima during the pre-invasion bombardment, 17 Feb 1945, looking north with Mount Suribachi in the foreground
F4U-1D Corsair with Marine Squadron 216 aboard USS Wasp (Essex-class) being moved onto the deck-edge elevator on its way to the hangar deck following a strike against targets in and around Tokyo, Japan, Feb 17, 1945.Iwo Jima during the pre-invasion bombardment, 17 Feb 1945, looking north with Mount Suribachi in the foreground
Minesweepers worked the waters off Iwo Jima before the invasion, 17-18 Feb 1945; note the anti-aircraft bursts above the island and a burning aircraft close to the ground on the rightNaval gun shells exploded on Mount Suribachi, Iwo Jima, 17-19 Feb 1945
Minesweepers worked the waters off Iwo Jima before the invasion, 17-18 Feb 1945; note the anti-aircraft bursts above the island and a burning aircraft close to the ground on the rightNaval gun shells exploded on Mount Suribachi, Iwo Jima, 17-19 Feb 1945
Pre-invasion bombardment of Iwo JimaShells exploded ashore during the pre-invasion bombardment of Iwo Jima, 17 Feb 1945
Pre-invasion bombardment of Iwo Jima's west beach as seen from an American vessel, 17 Feb 1945Shells exploded ashore during the pre-invasion bombardment of Iwo Jima, 17 Feb 1945


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"Since peace is now beyond hope, we can but fight to the end."

Chiang Kaishek, 31 Jul 1937