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– This site covers virtually all U.S. aircraft designed or used during World War II. All photos are believed to be at least 50 years old and in the public domain.

– The most decorated ship of the Second World War, Enterprise changed the very course of a war she seemed to have been expressly created for.

 – Guadalcanal Journal Transcript

– The Guadalcanal Campaign – 7 August 1942 to 8 February 1943

– The first American-Allied counter-offensive: the bloody, drawn-out struggle dubbed “Operation Shoestring”.

– The Marine Campaign for Guadalcanal (Marines in World War II Commemorative Series). Great Pictures.

– Pacifica Military History publishes an impressive array of modern mililtary history books, chiefly combat narratives and first-person battle accounts. Our military history books cover land, naval, and aviation history.

– Rube Garrett’s Diary tells the story of the 11th Marines artillery, 1st Marine Division on Guadalcanal in WWII and the campaign in the Solomons which marked the turning point of the Pacific war. Army, Navy and the USMC Cactus Air Force defeated Japanese forces in six months of fighting during World War Two.

– If you love aircraft carriers, this is the site.

– Images, History, Crew Contacts, Building, Service And Final Fate Information. The Largest US Navy Warship Photo Collection On The Internet.

– This is the most complete and well organized table on the web listing pistols, rifles, submachine guns, assault rifles, machine guns, ammo and more. Divided into easy to find sections it helps understand the many M numbers (like M-1911 or M-1 and how they relate to more common names like Army Automatic or Thompson. Covers most popular US weapons, plus some from other countries as well. Many firearms have multiple photos from official and private sources.

– The Battle of Mogadishu

– 36th Infantry Division Association History

– A Green Beret, Special Operations, SEAL, Ranger, Air Commando and Marine Raider Specific Directory that users can add and modify their own sites.

– Over 1 million military pages indexed and ranked in order of popularity.

 


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