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US soldier with M1 Jeep, WC-4 truck, and 37 mm Gun M3 of US 811th Tank Destroyer Battalion, Camp Carson, Colorado, United States, 1 May 1943
US soldier with M1 'Bazooka' launcher, 1943Jeep, WC-4 truck, and 37 mm Gun M3 of US 811th Tank Destroyer Battalion, Camp Carson, Colorado, United States, 1 May 1943
PT-354 of MTB Squadron 25 with a mount of multiple M1 Bazooka rocket launchers positioned abaft the mast, Taboga Naval Station, Panama Canal Zone, 17 Dec 1943.US 101st Airborne Division paratrooper Corporal Louis E. Laird boarded a C-47 transport during dress rehersals for the Normandy invasion, spring 1944
PT-354 of MTB Squadron 25 with a mount of multiple M1 Bazooka rocket launchers positioned abaft the mast, Taboga Naval Station, Panama Canal Zone, 17 Dec 1943.US 101st Airborne Division paratrooper Corporal Louis E. Laird boarded a C-47 transport during dress rehersals for the Normandy invasion, spring 1944
US Army Rangers awaited the invasion signal in a landing craft in an English port, circa early Jun 1944, photo 1 of 2; note the bazooka and the M1 Garand riflesMen of 2nd Regiment, 2nd Division, US Marine Corps coming off the front lines after 20 days of combat, Saipan, Mariana Islands, 5 Jul 1944
US Army Rangers awaited the invasion signal in a landing craft in an English port, circa early Jun 1944, photo 1 of 2; note the bazooka and the M1 Garand riflesMen of 2nd Regiment, 2nd Division, US Marine Corps coming off the front lines after 20 days of combat, Saipan, Mariana Islands, 5 Jul 1944
German Panzer Mark IV medium tank with three half-inch holes through the armor from M1 Bazooka anti-tank rockets, near French-German border, 2 Jan 1945. Note the wire mesh panels for defense against magnetic mines.A Marine Corps F4U Corsair flying over Marine ground troops during a close air ground support training exercise, 1945. Note M1 Rocket Launcher (or ‘Bazooka’) and M2 Flame Thrower.
German Panzer Mark IV medium tank with three half-inch holes through the armor from M1 Bazooka anti-tank rockets, near French-German border, 2 Jan 1945. Note the wire mesh panels for defense against magnetic mines.A Marine Corps F4U Corsair flying over Marine ground troops during a close air ground support training exercise, 1945. Note M1 Rocket Launcher (or ‘Bazooka’) and M2 Flame Thrower.
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