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A US Navy K-class airship of Airship Patrol Squadron ZP-41 secured to a mooring mast at São Luís, Brazil, 1944.A US Navy K-class airship of Airship Patrol Squadron ZP-42 seen above the mess hall at Santa Cruz Air Base, Brazil, 1944.
A US Navy K-class airship of Airship Patrol Squadron ZP-41 secured to a mooring mast at São Luís, Brazil, 1944.A US Navy K-class airship of Airship Patrol Squadron ZP-42 seen above the mess hall at Santa Cruz Air Base, Brazil, 1944.
A US Navy Sailor and a WAVES personnel on duty as control tower spotters at Naval Air Station, Norfolk, Virginia, United States, circa 1944-1945A-20C Havoc bomber in Soviet Air Force service, date unknown, photo 1 of 2
A US Navy Sailor and a WAVES personnel on duty as control tower spotters at Naval Air Station, Norfolk, Virginia, United States, circa 1944-1945A-20C Havoc bomber in Soviet Air Force service, date unknown, photo 1 of 2
A-20C Havoc bomber in Soviet Air Force service, date unknown, photo 2 of 2A-24A Banshee aircraft (serial number 42-60881) towing a target sleeve, 1944; this was the last A-24A built, designated RA-24A as a target towing aircraft
A-20C Havoc bomber in Soviet Air Force service, date unknown, photo 2 of 2A-24A Banshee aircraft (serial number 42-60881) towing a target sleeve, 1944; this was the last A-24A built, designated RA-24A as a target towing aircraft
A-24B Banshee aircraft A-24B-1-DT Banshee aircraft (serial number 42-54372) at rest with dive brakes extended, 1943-45; note P-47 and B-24 aircraft in background
A-24B Banshee aircraft 'Dry Run' at rest at a Pacific base, 1943-45A-24B-1-DT Banshee aircraft (serial number 42-54372) at rest with dive brakes extended, 1943-45; note P-47 and B-24 aircraft in background
A-26 Invader bomber taking off, 1944A-36A Mustang attack aircraft on a muddy airfield in Italy, circa early 1944. Note two “kill” markings on the engine cowl.
A-26 Invader bomber taking off, 1944A-36A Mustang attack aircraft on a muddy airfield in Italy, circa early 1944. Note two “kill” markings on the engine cowl.
A5M2b fighters and B4Y1 torpedo bombers of the Japanese Navy 12th Air Fleet at rest, 1943-1945Actress Eugenia
A5M2b fighters and B4Y1 torpedo bombers of the Japanese Navy 12th Air Fleet at rest, 1943-1945Actress Eugenia 'Jinx' Falkenberg entertaining US and Chinese servicemen at Yangkai Airfield, Yunnan Province, China, 1944
Administrative buildings under construction, Naval Ammunition Depot Earle, Colts Neck, New Jersey, United States, early 1944Admiral Louis Mountbatten, 1944
Administrative buildings under construction, Naval Ammunition Depot Earle, Colts Neck, New Jersey, United States, early 1944Admiral Louis Mountbatten, 1944
Admiral Raymond Spruance and Admiral Chester Nimitiz aboard USS New Jersey, date unknown, photo 1 of 4Admiral Raymond Spruance and Admiral Chester Nimitiz aboard USS New Jersey, date unknown, photo 2 of 4; note Robert Elliott in background, touching face
Admiral Raymond Spruance and Admiral Chester Nimitiz aboard USS New Jersey, date unknown, photo 1 of 4Admiral Raymond Spruance and Admiral Chester Nimitiz aboard USS New Jersey, date unknown, photo 2 of 4; note Robert Elliott in background, touching face
Admiral Raymond Spruance and Admiral Chester Nimitiz aboard USS New Jersey, date unknown, photo 3 of 4Admiral Raymond Spruance and Admiral Chester Nimitiz aboard USS New Jersey, date unknown, photo 4 of 4; note Robert Elliott in background, with camera
Admiral Raymond Spruance and Admiral Chester Nimitiz aboard USS New Jersey, date unknown, photo 3 of 4Admiral Raymond Spruance and Admiral Chester Nimitiz aboard USS New Jersey, date unknown, photo 4 of 4; note Robert Elliott in background, with camera
Admiral William Halsey aboard USS New Jersey, date unknownAdmiral William Leahy and Captain Carl Holden aboard USS New Jersey, date unknown
Admiral William Halsey aboard USS New Jersey, date unknownAdmiral William Leahy and Captain Carl Holden aboard USS New Jersey, date unknown

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"No bastard ever won a war by dying for his country. You win the war by making the other poor dumb bastard die for his country!"

George Patton, 31 May 1944