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New Ranger print.. "Into the Breach" RLTW!!
A drawing depicting 75th Ranger Regiment soldiers and their furry companion.
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All-American Girls Baseball Leagues 1940's
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There’s no crying in baseball – but there’s a whole lot of yelling, smiling, posing, and playing hard. The All-American Girls Professional Baseball League was a women’s baseball league founded founded in 1943 in order to keep public interest in baseball alive while the able-bodied male athletes were fighting the war abroad. Here members doing calisthenics.
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#GodBless Comfort Keep ALL the #Military #Veterans who serve have served! ALL #Vets are #Heroes I thank you ALL!
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God bless American!
American Eagles bowing in a moment of silence for American servicemen and women on Memorial Day.
American paratrooper, 1945 by Robert Capa.
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American paratrooper, 1945 by Robert Capa. #icon #inspiration #history #photography #capa #robertcapa
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American paratrooper, 1945. Loaded gear easily exceeded over half of their body weight!
American paratrooper, 1945 by Robert Capa. American War Terror from the Air.
American paratrooper, 1945 A Real Man!
“Vietnam . . . A Marine walking point for his unit during Operation Macon, a marine moves slowly, cautious of enemy pitfalls . . .” "Walking point” on patrol in Vietnam meant being the first to face ambush, sniper fire, or booby traps. According to one account, this duty meant a man needed to develop a “sixth sense for danger” in order to protect himself and his comrades. 1966
“Vietnam . . . A Marine walking point for his unit during Operation Macon, 1966.
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“Vietnam . . . A Marine walking point for his unit during Operation Macon, 1966. Vietnam War #vietnam #war
“Vietnam . . . A Marine walking point for his unit during Operation Macon, a marine moves slowly, cautious of enemy pitfalls . . .” "Walking point” on patrol in Vietnam meant being the first to face ambush, sniper fire, or booby traps. According to one account, this duty meant a man needed to develop a “sixth sense for danger” in order to protect himself and his comrades. 1966 and of course he should never have been there in the first place.
The Battle of the Bulge
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The Battle of the Bulge After watching band of brother's, it must of been HELL
American M10 tank destroyers firing their 3 in guns in the indirect role as the US First Army fights back in the 'Battle of the Bulge', December 1944.
M-10 tank destroyers, serving as artillery, fire on enemy positions at night. They are using two types of ammunition, one which has a very bright powder flash, and another which has a dull red glow that gives off very little light. January 26, 1945.
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June 6, in 1944, Allied forces descended upon the beaches of Normandy, France in what is known as D-Day. More: http://s.si.edu/11jwItj Photo: Parachutes open overhead as waves of paratroops land in Holland during operations by the 1st Allied Airborne Army, Sept. 1944, courtesy of the National Archives.
Paratroopers jump into Holland as part of Operation Market Garden in World War II.
Parachutes open overhead as waves of paratroops land in Holland during WWII
Parachutes open as waves of paratroops land in Holland during operations by the 1st Allied Airborne Army in September of 1944. Operation Market Garden was the largest airborne operation in history, with some 15,000 troops were landing by glider and another 20,000 by parachute. (Army)
A female Lockheed employee works on a P-38 Lighting - Burbank, CA - 1944
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Female Lockheed employe working on a P-38 Lightning, California, 1944
Female Lockheed employee working on a P-38 Lightning, Burbank, California, 1944 [1940 × 2981] - Imgur
Women are more than mothers, sisters, and daughters. They’re butt-kicking, history-changing, challenge-accepting dynamos that have made the world a better place for all of us to live--but you already knew that, right? If you needed a reminder of just how amazing women are and have been throughout our history, take a look at the pictures below. If you just want to bask in all of the feminine glory, that’s okay too. 1.) In 1967, Katherine Switzer became the first woman to run the Boston ...
Sally Wadsworth working on a Lockheed P-38J airplane. - WWII propaganda photo, USA, women war workers
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U.S. paratroopers of the 101st Airborne Division rest atop the damaged crest of the 3000-foot Ap Bia Mountain on the western edge of the A Shau Valley, one mile east of Laos, in South Vietnam on May 20, 1969 during the Vietnam War. The ten-day battle involving heavy ground fighting against North Vietnamese Communist troops holding Hill 937, known as the battle for Hamburger Hill, resulted in 46 American casualties with 400 wounded and over 500 NVA soldiers killed. (AP Photo)
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This is a representation of all of the forgotten soldiers! The ones who actually come home from war to be greeted with foreclosed homes and doctor bills that the government doesn't want to be responsible for!! Shame on our government for taking so much from our military! Don't you idiots in Washington realize that these are the people who give up their lives to make sure that you have a desk in that nice cozy office of yours! We should be more willing and ready to help those who have served us all so well! So here's to all the soldiers that have fought will fight and do fight for our rights! You guys/girls are amazing people who are never forgotten to me and many others!! We love you all and God Bless you and your lives!
Once a soldier, always a soldier #veteran #solider #America #patriot
Let us take a moment and say a prayer for the soldiers and their families and loved ones. Thank those who fought and the one ones still fighting, they are truly America' s heroes!
Thank You, Soldiers. Happy Veterans Day. God Bless America!
Once a solider, always a soldier. Inspiring
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German Paratroopers in Crete - World War II
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An amazing WWII photo
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A U.S. infantryman from A Company, 1st Battalion, 16th Infantry carries a crying child from Cam Xe village after dropping a phosphorous grenade into a bunker cleared of civilians during an operation near the Michelin rubber plantation northwest of Saigon, August 22, 1966. A platoon of the 1st Infantry Division raided the village, looking for snipers that had inflicted casualties on the platoon. GIs rushed about 40 civilians out of the village before artillery bombardment ensued.
General Douglas MacArthur
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General Douglas MacArthur, my hero. He never broke his promise to the Filipino people: for this I am eternally grateful
Gen. Douglas MacArthur(26 January 1880 – 5 April 1964) was an American five-star general and field marshal of the Philippine Army who was Chief of Staff of the United States Army during the 1930s and played a prominent role in the Pacific theater during World War II. He officially accepted Japan's surrender on 2 September 1945, and oversaw the occupation of Japan from 1945 to 1951. He always treated Filipino and Japanese leaders with respect as equals.
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Courageous WWII Bomber Crews. All Heroes!
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Boeing B-17G-70-BO Flying Fortress, "Button Nose," Serial number 43-37704 of 535th Bomb Squadron, 381st Bomb Group, 1st Air Division, 8th Air Force
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Courageous WWII Bomber Crews - All Heroes!
Pearl Harbor - December 7, 1941, "A day that will live in infamy."
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My Daddy was there! Pearl Harbor: Destruction of the 'USS Shaw' There's a reason December 7, 1941, and September 11, 2001, are often mentioned in the same breath. The suddenness and the scale of both sets of attacks (2,400 killed at Pearl Harbor; close to 3,000 killed on 9/11) was at once utterly shocking, and eerily similar: death descending, without warning, from a clear morning sky. The picture above, of the USS Shaw destroyer's forward magazine exploding, became one of the most reproduced images from that "date which will live in infamy," graphically attesting to the violence unleashed by the Japanese. (The Shaw, incredibly, was repaired and served in the Pacific throughout World War II.)
The battleship USS Shaw explodes during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbour December 7th 1941.
WWII photo of the USS Shaw exploding during the Japanese raid on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. PHOTOGRAPHER / CREDIT: OWI
German Plane shot down
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German twin engine airplane.... fatally wounded and about to crash into the trees.
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German Plane shot down...What a magnificent photo!
North American B-25 Mitchell S/N 112823 during a test flight in 1942. The North American B-25 Mitchell was an American twin-engined medium bomber manufactured by North American Aviation. It was used by many Allied air forces, in every theater of World War II, as well as many other air forces after the war ended, and saw service across four decades.
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North American B25 Mitchell
The North American B-25 Mitchell was an American twin-engined medium bomber manufactured by North American Aviation. It was used by many Allied air forces, in every theater of World War II, as well as many other air forces after the war ended, and saw service across four decades.
Iwo Jima, Marines pose in front of the flag they just raised
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Raising the Flag on Iwo Jima is a historic photograph taken on February 23, 1945, by Joe Rosenthal. It depicts five United States Marines and a U.S. Navy corpsman raising the flag of the United States atop Mount Suribachi during the Battle of Iwo Jima in World War II.
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This photo was taken on Iwo Jima after the flag was raised near the end of WWII. My Grandpa is the 6th from the left who is raising his rifle in the air, he was 19 years old when this photo was taken.
AMERICA - may God Bless it once again!
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Flying Tiger. Don't mess with us... #caffeveloce #passion #fast #coffee #airplane
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WW2 Plane.. Flying Tiger P-40
Tiger Shark FTW
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Four F4U Corsairs returning from a combat mission over North Korea, circling the aircraft carrier USS Boxer while waiting to land.
Korean War - HD-SN-99-03073 by Morning Calm News, via Flickr F4U's (Corsairs) returning from a combat mission over North Korea circle the USS Boxer as they wait for planes in the next strike to be launched from her flight deck - a helicopter hovers above the ship. September 4, 1951.
Crash landing of a Hellcat on USS Enterprise, into the carrier's port side 20mm gun gallery, 10 November 1943.
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Aircraft carrier deck hand saving a pilot. World War II
25 Historic Black and White Photos in Stunning Color Next ▶ #16 Crash Landing In 1943, during the Second World War, a F6F-3 Hellcat crash-landed on the deck of the USS Enterprise aircraft carrier while doing battle in the Pacific Ocean.
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P-51 Mustang fighters seen through a window of a B-29 Superfortress bomber, 1945.
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peerintothepast: P-51 Mustang fighters as seen through the window of a B-29 Superfortress Bomber, 1945 #WWII #Aircraft #History ww2db.com
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An A-20 from the 416th Bomb Group making a bomb run on D-Day, 6 June 1944.
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US forces on D-Day US Army Air Force B-26 tactical bomber supporting Allied troops on D-Day. The alternating black and white stripes on each wing are signify this is an Allied aircrat. These recognition stripes were painted on all USAAF and RAF planes which supported ground forces during and after D-Day. Allied ground troops tended to open fire on any aircraft which resulting in a needless number of aircrew deaths. The stripes did little to stop this.
A-20 from the 416th Bomb Group making a bomb run on D-Day, 6 June 1944. Source: United States Army Air Force via National Archives
6.6.1944 - Omaha Beach Fox Green section
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Into the Jaws of Death On June 6, 1944, Allied powers landed on the beaches of Normandy, France during World War II. Photo: United States Coast Guard / The National Archives Ed note: Check out this amazing aerial view of the Omaha beachhead after it was secured during World War II.
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a war photo that was captured on June 6, 1944 (D-Day), as American soldiers swarmed the beaches of Normandy. The Normandy landing was the largest amphibious invasion of all time, with over 160,000 Allied troops entering France on June 6, 1944. This famous image shows American soldiers as they leave the ramp of a Coast Guard landing boat and enter the frigid waters off Normandy. these men were under heavy Nazi machine gun fire.
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Hundreds of American B-17s stationed in preparation for D-Day