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The 34th Fighter Squadron Supply on Ie Shima in World War 2.

P-51 Mustang 3rd FS,
3rd FG Lt. J.E. Young
from the 34th fighter Squadron Yearbook
I need 35 toothbrushes, 35 razor packs, and one 500 lb bomb.  We must not forget Supply, Korsak, Cowley, Lt. Wyndham, Galie.
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Supply Section in the 34th Fighter Squadron on Ie Shima WWII
Scanned by C. Jeff Dyrek


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  Supply,   Korsak, Cowley, Lt. Wyndham, Galie

Without the supply division, the war would be lost.  Supply is the most important part of the battle at the front.  If supply didn't exist, the soldiers at the front would be in the back and would be very quickly lost.  Now, the war was not just fought at the front.  Dozens of ships and aircraft were necessary to protect the supply ships.  This was a big job.  I talked to a merchant marine sailor that was on one of these supply ships in WW2,   Most people think that the Merchant Marines were the sissies and were afraid to do the real fighting.  Believe me, this is very far from the truth.  Japanese submarines were targeting supply ships everywhere and the Merchant Marine sailors were just as much soldiers as the guys with the guns.  As mentioned above, Toothbrushes, Razors, toilet paper and bombs were all part of supply and the men at the front needed all of these things.


Betty Bombers on Ie Shima
This exhibit shows the Japanese Betty Bombers that were the first part of Japan's Surrender to the U.S. in World War 2.

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