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The 34th  Fighter Squadron
Flying the P-47 Thunderbolt
from IE Shima Island North West of Okinawa

Click Here's a picture of some Japanese prisoners
in WW2 on Ie Shima.

 You can see that they are in a tremendously good
physical condition.  These are the warriors that our men had to fight.

A Picture of Japanese Prisoners on the Island of Ie Shima in WW2
Scanned by C. Jeff Dyrek


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Dan Collier on Guam

Some great pictures of Dan Collier's Ryan  PT-22 Airplane Plus a WW2 Japanese Mini Sub on Guam and a F4U Corsair crashed in the jungle of Guam. This is a Great Mini Exhibit

Picture of a Vought F4U Corsair Airplane in the Jungles of Guam.  This plane crashed in WW2


Click here to see Many more Japanese Fighters and Bombers.

Click Here to see the Betty Bomber Japanese Surrender Exhibit.

Click Here to see the Japanese Propaganda Art Exhibit

Japanese Asahigraph Magazine Exhibit

Click Here to See Japanese Navy Ships

Click Here to See the Japanese Mini Sub on Guam

Click Here to See Japanese Model Tanks

Click Here to See Japanese Aircraft Clocks




Aerial Photos,
of the island of Ie Shima.

These photos compare the runways of 1940's Ie Shima to the photos of Ie Shima today.  Ie Shima was the home to the 34th Fighter Squadron in World War 2.

Exhibit Added 3 Feb 2004

Fly the Legendary MiG-29!



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