Navajo Link: • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5rSvm3m8ZUA
"Pfc. Luther Woodward..., a member of the Fourth Ammunition Company, admires the Bronze Star awarded to him for `his bravery, initiative and battle-cunning.' ..." The award was later upgraded to the Silver Star. April 17, 1945. Cpl. Irving Deutch. 127-N-119492.
"Surrounded by a veteran crew of Marines who have spent 15 months in the Southwest and Central Pacific, this gun, named the 'Lena Horne' by its crew, points majestically skyward. The gun is manned by members of [the 51st] Defense Battalion, one of two such Negro units in the Corps."
A dispensary at a Naval ammunition depot in the Marianas. Prevention against a case of sore throat.
"Steward's mates joke as they dry silverware in the wardroom of U.S.S. Ticonderoga (CV-14)."