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1st Cavalry troops on Leyte Island 1st Cavalry troops on Leyte Island
 U.S. 1st Cavalry troops move into the sands of Leyte Island's beaches, after rushing ashore from the landing barges of a Coast Guard-manned landing craft. One of the soldiers said "Hug the dirt, mates, or you'll get your back scratched." October 1944. (Coast Guard)
 
 
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Battleships move in the Lingayen Gulf Battleships move in the Lingayen Gulf
 USS Pennsylvania and battleship of Colorado class followed by three cruisers move in line into Lingayen Gulf preceding the landing on Luzon, Philippines, January 1945.
 
 
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Engine control room U.S.S. Batfish Engine control room U.S.S. Batfish
 Sailor at work in the electric engine control room of U.S.S. Batfish "SS-310" during her seventh war patrol in the Philippine Sea, June 1945. She took her name from the "Ferocious Fish" during her seventh War patrol and sank three Submarines, plus eleven other vessels for a total of over 37,000 tons of enemy ships.
 
 
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First wave from 6th Army landing on Luzon First wave from 6th Army landing on Luzon
A line of Coast Guard landing crafts, sweeping through the waters of Lingayen Gulf, carries the first wave of U.S. troops from 6th Army landing on Luzon to the beaches of Luzon, after a terrific naval bombardment of Japanese shore positions on Jan. 9, 1945. PhoM1c. Ted Needham. (Coast Guard)
 
 
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General Douglas MacArthur ashore at Leyte General Douglas MacArthur ashore at Leyte
General Douglas MacArthur wades ashore during initial landings at Leyte, October 1944.
 
 
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GI patient in the 36th Evac. Hospital Palo, Leyte GI patient in the 36th Evac. Hospital Palo, Leyte
1st Lt. Phyllis Hocking adjusts glucose injection apparatus for a GI patient in the 36th Evac. Hospital in Palo, Leyte. P.I. quartered in the Church of the Transfiguration, as the congregation kneels during Christmas Eve services. December 24, 1944. (Army Staff)
 
 
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Japanese snipers shoot it out with Marines Japanese snipers shoot it out with Marines
Three Japanese snipers shoot it out with Marines during the battle for Leyte. 1944. PhoM1c. Harry R. Watson. (Coast Guard)
 
 
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LST's ashore on Leyte Island LST's ashore on Leyte Island
LST's on the beach unloading Marines and equipment ashore on Leyte Island, during the "Battle of Leyte" in the Philippines, 1944.
 
 
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LST's ashore on Leyte Island LST's ashore on Leyte Island
LST's bring in Marines and equipment ashore on Leyte Island in the Philippines, 1944.
 
 
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Navy crew looking for Japanese Kamikaze, Mindoro Navy crew looking for Japanese Kamikaze, Mindoro
 Eyes of 20mm anti-aircraft gun crews of a Navy cruiser covering the Mindoro landing, strain to spot Japanese Kamikaze fighter planes overhead, December 15, 1944.
 
 
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Navy cruiser on patrol, Battle of Mindoro Navy cruiser on patrol, Battle of Mindoro
 Gun crews of a US Navy cruiser scan the skies for Japanese Kamikaze planes during the landing on Mindoro island, 15 December 1944. Two 5" (127mm) guns are ready while inboard 20mm anti-craft crews are ready to act.
 
 
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PT Boat crewman cleaning up PT Boat crewman cleaning up
Crewman of a PT covering himself with soap prior to dive over side of ship in the Philippines. December 1944. Lt. Wayne Miller. (Navy)
 
 
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Radar scope on aircraft carrier Radar scope on aircraft carrier
Radar scope on aircraft carrier prior to battle in South Pacific, July 4. 1944.
 
 
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Signpost at crossroads, Tacloban Signpost at crossroads, Tacloban
Signpost at a crossroads in Tacloban on Leyte, names and places, 1944.
 
 
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Submariner reading next to sub mascot "pants" Submariner reading next to sub mascot "pants"
A submariner reading his favorite comic-strip during his break, the submarine mascot "pants" in the shade of the conning tower. Forward base in the South Pacific.
 
 
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Survivors of USS Princeton, Battle of Leyte Gulf Survivors of USS Princeton, Battle of Leyte Gulf
Survivors of USS Princeton adrift in life boat at sea as seen from USS Cassin Young during the "Battle of Leyte Gulf," October 24, 1944.
 
 
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Task Group 38.3 enter Ulithi Atoll Task Group 38.3 enter Ulithi Atoll
 Task Group 38.3 enter Ulithi anchorage after strikes against the Japanese Army and Navy in the Philippines. Ships in line are USS Langley, Ticonderoga, Washington, North Carolina, South Dakota, Santa Fe, Biloxi, Mobile, and Oakland. December 1944.
 
 
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U.S. Seventh Fleet at Leyte Island, A-Day U.S. Seventh Fleet at Leyte Island, A-Day
 U.S. Seventh Fleet under Vice Admiral Thomas C. Kinkaid with 701 ships, including 157 warships. The armada of US ships steams along the coast of Leyte Island in the Philippines as dawn of A-Day in the Pacific, October 1944.
 
 
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U.S. Sixth Army lands on Leyte Island U.S. Sixth Army lands on Leyte Island
 Landing craft loaded with troops from U.S. Sixth Army sweep toward the beaches of Leyte Island as American and Japanese planes battle overhead. Troops watch the drama being written in the skies as they approach the hellfire on the shore, 17 October 1944 .  The Leyte invasion was the largest amphibious operation mounted by American and Allied forces to date in the Pacific theater. The U.S. Sixth Army under Lt. Gen. Walter Krueger was the main combat force, which consisted of two corps of two divisions each. Maj. Gen. Franklin C. Sibert's X Corps included the 1st Cavalry Division and the 24th Infantry Division.
 
 
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US Aircraft Carriers at Ulithi Atoll US Aircraft Carriers at Ulithi Atoll
 Ships of the fighting fleet in Ulithi Atoll, Foreground to background, aircraft carriers USS WASP, USS YORKTOWN, USS HORNET, USS HANCOCK, USS TICONDEROGA, USS LEXINGTON. December 1944.
 
 
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USS Sealion rescue survivors, Philippines USS Sealion rescue survivors, Philippines
British and Australian survivors rescued by the USS Sealion during her Second Patrol near Balintang Channel, Philippines, September 1944.
 
 
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