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Mail Call, The 34th Fighter Squadron Post Office on Ie Shima in WW2.

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from the 34th fighter Squadron Yearbook

This is Brady from the mail room on Ie Shima in WW2.

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Mail Call, the Mail Room on the island of Iejima in World War 2
Photo Scanned by C. Jeff Dyrek


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Rain or Snow or Falling Bombs, The Mail Must Go Through.  Even on the other side of the world, during a time of a major war, the mail is important and must go through.  Yes, the US Postal Service was working everywhere, and through more than just rain, wind and snow.


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At dawn, on May 10, 1945, 100 miles north of Okinawa, two Marine F4U Corsairs from VMF-312, led by then Capt. Ken Reusser, successfully engaged a Japanese Ki-45 Kai Hei Toryu (Nick). 24"x 18" limited edition print is signed by the artist and Col. Ken Reusser.

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