Sailors of the USS Hancock (CV-19) dousing flames after a successful Japanese Kamikaze attack. April 1, 1945.
A Royal Navy Seaman standing in front of an ice encrusted turret on board the HMS Belfast during the 1942-1944 Arctic Convoys. November, 1943.
Mortar crew of the 92nd Infantry Division lob shells at German positions near Massa, Italy. November 1944.
The 13-inch mortar nicknamed the “Dictator” mounted on a railroad flatcar near Petersburg, Virginia. October, 1864.
A US soldier of the 391st Infantry Regiment guards a lonely beach position. Oahu, Hawaii. March, 1945.
Marine Pfc. Douglas Lightheart cradles his 30-cal. machine gun in his lap, while he and his buddy Pfc. Gerald Churchby take time out for a cigarette, while mopping up the enemy on Peleliu. September 14, 1944.