Cemetery of aircraft and warships in the Pacific

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Cemetery of aircraft and warships in the Pacific

Post by thaotruong » Wed Mar 15, 2017 4:22 am

The three Pacific islands, Solomon, Northern Mariana and the Rock Islands, are considered "cemeteries" for aircraft, warships deployed by US and Japanese forces during World War II. Intact while sinking beneath the waters of Chalan Kanoa in Saipan, in the North Mariana Islands. The Pacific is one of the main fronts of the confrontation between the Imperial Japanese Army and the US military. Identify a US Navy shipping vessel in the Solomon Islands. Plants developed on the Kikuzuki destroyer warship of the wartime Japanese naval forces left behind in the Solomon Islands. Japan's Zero fighters crashed on Guadalcanal Island in the Solomon Islands. Local people have fun on the beaches of Guadalcanal Island, far away from the Japanese navy's Kinugawa Maru. Remnants of Japan's A6M Zero fighter jet on Pagan Island, North Mariana Islands. The rest of the Kikuzuki destroyer is half submerged in the waters around the Solomon Islands. An amphibious landing gear of US Marines on Guadalcanal Island, Solomon Islands. Japan's Type Zero Reconnaissance Aircraft sank in shallow water in the Solomon Islands. Hat of a Japanese soldier in the Barana jungle on Guadalcanal Island. A gun used by the Japanese Imperial during World War II.

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Re: Cemetery of aircraft and warships in the Pacific

Post by thaotruong » Thu Apr 06, 2017 10:26 pm

thaotruong wrote:
Wed Mar 15, 2017 4:22 am
The three Pacific islands, Solomon, Northern Mariana and the Rock Islands, are considered "cemeteries" for aircraft, warships deployed by US and Japanese forces during World War II. Intact while sinking beneath the waters of Chalan Kanoa in Saipan, in the North Mariana Islands. The Pacific is one of the main fronts of the confrontation between the Imperial Japanese Army and the US military. Identify a US Navy shipping vessel in the Solomon Islands. Plants developed on the Kikuzuki destroyer warship of the wartime Japanese naval forces left behind in the Solomon Islands. Japan's Zero fighters crashed on Guadalcanal Island in the Solomon Islands. Local people have fun on the beaches of Guadalcanal Island, far away from the Japanese navy's Kinugawa Maru. Remnants of Japan's A6M Zero fighter jet on Pagan Island, North Mariana Islands. The rest of the Kikuzuki destroyer is half submerged in the waters around the Solomon Islands. An amphibious landing gear of US Marines on Guadalcanal Island, Solomon Islands. Japan's Type Zero Reconnaissance Aircraft sank in shallow water in the Solomon Islands. Hat of a Japanese soldier in the Barana jungle on Guadalcanal Island. A gun used by the Japanese Imperial during World War II.
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