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  • Tags: Shelled

http://archives.library.eou.edu/images/2010.1.921.jpg
"Corregidor - Horizontal of C-47 w/string of 'chutes - Photo by 17th Recon Sqdn"

Position: 1824 (5 views)

http://archives.library.eou.edu/images/2010.1.925.jpg
"Parade Ground - wide area - a few abandoned 'chutes - looking east. From Lantern Slide via Bob Flynn - 503rd. Claimed by Signal Corps - but undoubtedly taken by 17th Recon Sqdn"

Position: 301 (12 views)

http://archives.library.eou.edu/images/2010.1.930.jpg
"Drop zone with abandoned 'chutes from Nat'l Archives via Micro film - 17th Recon Sqdn original - Source: C. Dugas - Very fuzzy"

Position: 361 (11 views)

http://archives.library.eou.edu/images/2010.1.931.jpg
"Barracks end of Parade ground - Shows men walking - a 17th Recon Sqdn original - but from Nat'l Archives Microfilm - Source: Caffrey J. Dugas - disappointly fuzzy"

Position: 361 (11 views)

http://archives.library.eou.edu/images/2010.1.932.jpg
"Some topside buildings - from Nat'l Archives Microfilm - Print loaned by Don Abbott - and they charged him $10 for the print - Original was by 17th Recon Sqdn - Very fuzzy"

Position: 361 (11 views)

http://archives.library.eou.edu/images/2010.1.934.jpg
"Some parachutes still in the air. 17th Recon Photo - but from the Nat'l Archive Microfilm via Don Abbot. Not sharp. Annotation by Fred Hill"

Position: 543 (9 views)

http://archives.library.eou.edu/images/2010.1.985.jpg
"6 views of Japanese air craft and hanger ruins at Clark Field, North of Manila"

Position: 361 (11 views)

http://archives.library.eou.edu/images/2010.1.988.jpg
"6 views of Japanese air craft and hanger ruins at Clark Field, North of Manila"

Position: 543 (9 views)

http://archives.library.eou.edu/images/2010.1.632.jpg
"Distant view, across the pond, of the Catholic Cathedral that was used by Japanese to store ammunition and was shelled by Navy guns on war ships in Lingayen Gulf."

Position: 361 (11 views)

http://archives.library.eou.edu/images/2010.1.633.jpg
"The shelled Cathedral at Binmaley taken from Lingayen Gulf side. The Japanese had stored supplies in the structure - Navy ships shelled it."

Position: 361 (11 views)

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