Historical Art PhotoNews Posters Circa 1946 - 1952
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U.S. Marines Keep In Fighting Trim
"The Marines have landed!" - only this time it's on the beach at Little Creek, Va., where a detachment from Camp Lejeune, N.C., is shown demonstrating an assault landing for midshipmen and army cadet spectators. Tanks are latest amphibians. Note smoke from flame-throwers.
Marine Flyer Makes 650.6 Miles-An-Hour
Maj. Marion E. Carl, Hubbard, Ore., leaving the Navy's jet-propelled "Skystreak", D-558, after hanging up a new world's speed record of 10.8 miles a minute. Plane is same flown by Commander T.F. Caldwell, Jr., a few days previous at 640.7 miles-an-hour speed.
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President Reviews Marines On Army Day
U.S. Marines, eyes right, pass the presidential reviewing stand and the Colors, during the Army Day parade in Washington. In stand, Pres. Truman is seen at right, and Defense Sec. Forrestal stands beside him. Cities coast-to-coast paid tribute to the military forces on Army Day.
An ex-Marine war hero of Columbus, 0., who wants to remain nameless, was hit by a Jap bullet during the war. X-ray photo, right, shows it lodged in his heart where it moves up and down as the heart expands and contracts. He lives a normal, active life, and it is believed an operation would be a gamble with death.