A 2,000 pound Calling Card - Docks in Manila Harbor felt the might of 2,000 pound bombs such as this giant which is just starting its screaming flight toward Japanese shore instalations.
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A 2,000 pound Calling Card - Docks in Manila Harbor felt the might of 2,000 pound bombs such as this giant which is just starting its screaming flight toward Japanese shore instalations.

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A 2,000 pound Calling Card - Docks in Manila Harbor felt the might of 2,000 pound bombs such as this giant which is just starting its screaming flight toward Japanese shore instalations.

November 1944
Gelatin silver print
18.0 x 22.0 cm.
Gift of United States Department of the Navy
1983.1267.0002
Inscriptions verso-(in pencil) "USN 272604" (rubberstamp) "Released If Published
Credit Must Be Given As Follows 'Official Photograph U.S. Navy'"
(applied typed label) "USN 272604 22 Nov. 1944 A 2,000 pound Calling
Card Docks in Manila Harbor felt the might of 2,000 pound bombs such
as this giant which is just starting its screaming flight toward
Japnese (sic) shore instalations. Curtis Helldivers speeding from U.S.
Pacific Fleet Fast Carrier Forces unload their calling cards of
destruction during a recent two day strike against enemy shipping...
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