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HQRU Pictures Of Ww Ii Action On New Hebrides

Discussion in 'HQ research Unit' started by Bmaslank, Jan 6, 2016.


  1. Bmaslank United States

    Bmaslank Mi Recruit MI.Net Member

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    Does anyone have any pictures of US Army troops on New Hebrides during World War II?
     
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    Bombardier Admin & Arbiter Staff Member Site Admin

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    This is a photo of African-American enlisted men serving on Espiritu Santo in the New Hebrides
    US Navy Though. Seem to be a lot of Navy & Air Force pics around but I have yet to find US Army
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  3. Smiffy United Kingdom

    Smiffy Mi Corporal MI.Net Member

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    Troops at a U.S. Army airbase in the New Hebrides (modern Vanuatu) man a heavy machine gun during World War II, (l. to r.) Private First Class Elliott Moore of Trenton, New Jersey, Corporal Raymond Elliott, of Jasper Alabama, Corporal Johnny Jackson, of Augusta, Georgia, and Private First Class Shade Mackee, Jr, of Ashland Alabama.

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    Bombardier Admin & Arbiter Staff Member Site Admin

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    Nice find @Shellcase

    here is another but again not US Army
    A Grumman F4F-4 Wildcat fighter is transferred from USS Kitty Hawk to USS Long Island at Fila Harbor, New Hebrides in August 1942. (Official U.S. Navy Photograph.)

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