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According to Project Recover website, it is estimated that one month of the two-month-long World War II fight for Peleliu, in the Palau island chain,  gave as a result that ...read more

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 Teniente) April 23, 2015

Bart and the guys from HAMTAG take a look at their favorite games in the Pacific arena of World War II.read more

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The USS Franklin (CV-13), nicknamed "Big Ben," was an Essex-class aircraft carriers. She served in the Pacific War campaign: Bonin and Mariana Islands assaults, Peleliu, invasion, invasion landings on Leyte, Honshū...read more

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 Teniente) March 10, 2015

An underwater trail of the submerged archaeological evidence of the Battle of Saipan, Marianas Islands, one of the turning points in the Pacific theater of operations

This video was shot in June 2010 during archaeological investigations off the island of Saipan carried out by Ships of...read more

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 Teniente) March 02, 2015

Marine Harry Williams was a machine gun squad leader in WWII and fought in many battles in the South Pacific. One of the most important battles to the United States was Iwo Jima. Mr. Williams speaks about the famous flag photo being raised.read more

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Seventy years ago, U.S. Marines secured Mount Suribachi on the island of Iwo Jima, beginning a long and bloody fight for control of the World War II Japanese outpost.

  1. U.S. Marines switch out the smaller flag for a larger one during the battle at Iwo Jima on Feb. 23, 1945. (Bob
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 Teniente) February 22, 2015

On 13 January 1943 during the Battle of the Santa Cruz Islands, the aircraft carrier, USS Hornet, was struck by two torpedoes during a ten hour battle. Footage shows the battle and shows survivors being halled to safety from the sinking ship. USS Hornet became the last U.S. fleet carrier to be...read more

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 Teniente) February 18, 2015

Abandoned Japanese World War II Tanks in the Pacific. To this day hundreds of Imperial Japanese Army Tanks lay abandoned all over the Pacific, just waiting to be repaired by some tank enthusiastread more

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 HQ Batallón) February 04, 2015
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Within four days of the capture of the Straits of San Juanico, elements of the Army's 592d Engineer Boat and Shore Regiment of the 2d Engineer Special Brigade had set up ferry service. The crossing linked the road networks of Leyte and Samar Islands in the Philippines. The site is located some...read more

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 Teniente) January 12, 2015

Stage two of the isolation and reduction of the Japanese fortress of Rabaul was the seizure of key bases at the opposite (Western) end of the 370-mile long island of New Britain, cutting enemy supply lines and providing advance airfields for continuing attacks on the stronghold. You'll see all...read more

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