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AERIAL RECONNAISSANCE PHOTOGRAPHS

Bokurigirikku Island

BOKURIGIRIKKU ISLAND, MILLE ATOLL: Taken 24 May 1945 at an altitude of 900 feet.

Photograph: U.S. Marine Corps (Courtesy of Diane Hindy)

Mille Island

MILLE ISLAND, MILLE ATOLL: Taken 6 May 1945 at an altitude of 700 feet.

Photograph: U.S. Marine Corps (Courtesy of Diane Hindy)

Mille Island

MILLE ISLAND, MILLE ATOLL: Taken 6 May 1945 at an altitude of 700 feet.

Photograph: U.S. Marine Corps (Courtesy of Diane Hindy)

Wotje Island

WOTJE ISLAND, WOTJE ATOLL: Taken 6 May 1945 at an altitude of 500 feet.

Photograph: U.S. Marine Corps (Courtesy of Diane Hindy)

Wotje Island

WOTJE ISLAND, WOTJE ATOLL: Date of photograph and altitude unknown.

Photograph: U.S. Marine Corps

Emid Island

EMID ISLAND, JALUIT ATOLL: Taken 27 March 1945 at an altitude of 1200 feet.

Photograph: U.S. Marine Corps (Courtesy of Diane Hindy)

Emidj Island

EMIDJ ISLAND, JALUIT ATOLL: Taken 24 June 1945 at an altitude of 800 feet.

Photograph: U.S. Marine Corps (Courtesy of Diane Hindy)

Emidj Island

EMIDJ ISLAND, JALUIT ATOLL: Taken 24 June 1945 at an altitude of 800 feet.

Photograph: U.S. Marine Corps (Courtesy of Diane Hindy)

Ponape Island

PONAPE ISLAND: In addition to Airfield Number Two at Palikir, the Japanese also constructed an airstrip (Airfield Number One) at Nan Pohn Mal.  Date of photograph and altitude unknown.

Photograph:  U.S. Marine Corps (Courtesy of the Stan Gajda)

Taroa Island

TAROA ISLAND, MALOELAP ATOLL: Date of photograph and altitude unknown.

Photograph: U.S. Marine Corps

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