A US Marine firing a .30 cal machinegun on Okinawa island
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Three Japanese snipers elected to shoot it out during the battle for Leyte Island (1944). They were killed by U.S. Marines and fell into the muddy water of a bomb crater. Photographed by Harry R. Watson of the U.S. Coast Guard
Un pilote attache son "hachimaki" avant de s'envoler pour son ultime mission.
PINNED DOWN - Fourth Division Marines are briefly pinned down by enemy fire as they hit the beach at Iwo Jima on D-day. Making their fourth amphibious assault in 13 months, the veteran fighters are ready to secure the right flank of the initial beachhead. Iwo Jima - February 19, 1945
1941 - Le USS West Viginia coulé. Malgré des dégâts très importants, le cuirassé sera renfloué et remis en service en 1944. - Attaque de Pearl Harbor — Wikipédia
Montford Point Marines: Forgotten First Black Marines: The Battle of Peleliu Originated "The Thousand Yard Stare"