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U.S. Marines ride an armored vehicle through Garapan on the island of Saipan in the Mariana Islands, June 1944. (U.S. Marine Corps Photograph.)

Marines ride an armored amphibious vehicle through Garapan, on the island of Saipan in the Mariana Islands, June

#corpshistory: May 30, 1949 - 3d Marines are the last to leave Shanghai, China to head back to San Diego, CA. https://www.mca-marines.org/gazette/2009/11/marines-china

Marine Corp Generals Holland M. Smith, Harry Schmidt, and Graves B.

Description of  Nov. 1944: American soldiers take cover from fire of a Japanese machine gun in the Philippines during World War II. The troops are part of the first wave to land on Leyte Island in the Philippine invasion.  (AP Photo/U.S. Army Signal Corps)

1944 American soldiers take cover from fire of a Japanese machine gun in the Philippines during World War II. The troops are part of the first wave to land on Leyte Island in the Philippine invasion

MAY 25 1945 Okinawan civilians try to leave the battlefield - See more at: http://ww2today.com/Marines escort an elderly Okinawan civilian from battle, Battle of Okinawa, June 1945,

Marines escort an elderly Okinawan civilian from battle, Battle of Okinawa, June

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

Three Japanese snipers elected to shoot it out during the battle for Leyte Island. Yankee bullets drilled the Japanese and dropped them in a the muddy water of a bomb crater, where they sought shelter in a running rifle fight.

How the D-Day Invasion Was Planned

How the D-Day Invasion Was Planned

LSTs (Landing Ship Tanks), landing vehicles and cargo assemble on a Normandy beach June 1944

This June 1944 photograph shows a pile of American and British helmets belonging to the group of captured Allied POWs standing in front of the building. Such items invariably went back to the steel factory to add supplies desperately needed by the German armed forces. Note the helmet of a captain and a medic amidst the mix in the pile. World War II

This June 1944 photograph shows a pile of American and British helmets belonging to the group of captured Allied POWs standing in front of the building. Such items were sent to a steel factory to add supplies desperately needed by the German army.

Private John W. Ozbourn, US Marine Corps Medal of Honor recipient Battle of Tinian, Mariana Islands, World War II July 30, 1944. Namesake of USS Ozbourn (DD-846).

Private John W. Ozbourn, US Marine Corps Medal of Honor recipient Battle of Tinian, Mariana Islands, World War II July Namesake of USS Ozbourn

1943 USMC Women's Reserve

USMC Women's Reserve ~ imma be a marine or a musical person or both my mom says I'm not allowed to join any military groups especially the marines sorry mom

Some images of Adolf Hitler.

World War II Photograph: Adolf Hitler, accompanied by other German officials, grimly inspects bomb damage in a German city in in this German film captured by the U. Army Signal Corps on the western front.

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