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American officers LtCol Richard H Carmichael, 19th Bomb Group CO, MGen George C Kenney, 5th Air Force CO, and BGen Kenneth N Walker, V Bombing Command CO at Port Moresby, New Guinea, 1942Major General George C. Kenney, commander of US 5th Air Force, and Brigadier General Kenneth N. Walker, commander of US V Bombing Command at Port Moresby, New Guinea, 1942
American officers LtCol Richard H Carmichael, 19th Bomb Group CO, MGen George C Kenney, 5th Air Force CO, and BGen Kenneth N Walker, V Bombing Command CO at Port Moresby, New Guinea, 1942Major General George C. Kenney, commander of US 5th Air Force, and Brigadier General Kenneth N. Walker, commander of US V Bombing Command at Port Moresby, New Guinea, 1942
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George Kenney at the '3rd Slug Bar' officer club at Dobodura Airfield, Australian Papua, mid-1943George Kenney at the '3rd Slug Bar' officer club at Dobodura Airfield, Australian Papua, mid-1943
C-47 Skytrain transports loaded with paratroopers bound for the raid on Nadzab, New Guinea, 5 Sep 1943 at the Port Moresby 7-Mile Aerodrome. Note General MacArthur and General Kenney standing at the lower left.F.M. Forde, Douglas MacArthur, Thomas Blamey, George C. Kenney, C.A. Clowes, Kenneth Walker
C-47 Skytrain transports loaded with paratroopers bound for the raid on Nadzab, New Guinea, 5 Sep 1943 at the Port Moresby 7-Mile Aerodrome. Note General MacArthur and General Kenney standing at the lower left.F.M. Forde, Douglas MacArthur, Thomas Blamey, George C. Kenney, C.A. Clowes, Kenneth Walker
George Kenney decorating USAAF 3rd Bomb Group airman Jock Henebry, Nadzab Airfield, Australian New Guinea, Feb 1944George Kenney decorating USAAF 3rd Bomb Group Captain Dick Walker, Nadzab Airfield, Australian New Guinea, Feb 1944
George Kenney decorating USAAF 3rd Bomb Group airman Jock Henebry, Nadzab Airfield, Australian New Guinea, Feb 1944George Kenney decorating USAAF 3rd Bomb Group Captain Dick Walker, Nadzab Airfield, Australian New Guinea, Feb 1944
Kenney (center) and MacArthur (right) aboard USS Nashville off Leyte, Philippines, Oct 1944Lt General George Kenney and Maj General Ennis Whitehead, US Fifth Air Force Commander and Deputy Commander respectively, 1944.
Kenney (center) and MacArthur (right) aboard USS Nashville off Leyte, Philippines, Oct 1944Lt General George Kenney and Maj General Ennis Whitehead, US Fifth Air Force Commander and Deputy Commander respectively, 1944.
MacArthur, Kenney, Sutherland, Mudge inspected Leyte beachhead, Philippines, 20 Oct 1944Sutherland, Kenney, Osmeña, MacArthur, and Romulo off Leyte, Philippines, circa 20-23 Oct 1944
MacArthur, Kenney, Sutherland, Mudge inspected Leyte beachhead, Philippines, 20 Oct 1944Sutherland, Kenney, Osmeña, MacArthur, and Romulo off Leyte, Philippines, circa 20-23 Oct 1944
MacArthur signing Japanese surrender aboard USS Missouri, 2 Sep 1945, photo 1 of 4Mamoru Shigemitsu signing the surrender instrument aboard USS Missouri, Tokyo Bay, Japan, 2 Sep 1945, photo 4 of 4
MacArthur signing Japanese surrender aboard USS Missouri, 2 Sep 1945, photo 1 of 4Mamoru Shigemitsu signing the surrender instrument aboard USS Missouri, Tokyo Bay, Japan, 2 Sep 1945, photo 4 of 4
One page from the USS Missouri deck log for 2 Sep 1945 listing many of the dignitaries who came aboard for the surrender ceremony in Tokyo Bay, Japan.
One page from the USS Missouri deck log for 2 Sep 1945 listing many of the dignitaries who came aboard for the surrender ceremony in Tokyo Bay, Japan.
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