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Tinian Island: Bombs and Bunkers! By Devon Pike - http://www.warhistoryonline.com/articles/tinian-island-bombs-and-bunkers-by-devon-pike.html

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The Pacific Campaign. Marshall Islands. 22 February 1944. Tinian Island (occupied by the Japanese). US Navy Avenger fighter bombers. @ W. Eugene Smith / Magnum Photos

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Tinian Island, Northern Marianas

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NORTH FIELD, Tinian—Two Chinook CH-47 helicopters landed a little past 2pm on the Tinian North Field and more than 40 Japanese troops rapidly got off from the Boeing Rotorcraft Systems-manufactured aircraft. The drill is part of the United States-Japan joint bilateral field training exercises held yesterday at the island’s former airfield that played a key role during World War II. The joint military exercise is called Keen Sword where approximately 40,000 U.S. and Japanese personnel were…

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1944- U.S. Marines during "mail call" on Tinian Island.

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Marine Corps documentary report on the WWII Battle of Tinian in the Marianas in 1944. The Battle of Tinian Island was from July 24, 1944 to August 1, 1944 and was considered a necessary island in the Allied Island Hopping Campaign.

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The Japanese Naval Administration building, later utilized by American forces, is one of the World War II era resources remaining on Tinian. Photo courtesy of Tinian Municipal Council. The Battle of Tinian Island was from July 24, 1944 to August 1, 1944 and was considered a necessary island in the Allied Island Hopping Campaign.

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Tinian Island, Northern Mariana Islands. Where Uncle Bud was stationed

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Tinian island northern mariana islands - airfield used to launch atomic bombs Hiroshima and Nagasaki

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