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Iwo Jima, 19 February 1945. In the foreground 4th Division Marines are taking cover

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Japanese and U.S. Marine color guards at the Reunion of Honor on Iwo Jima. (Courtesy Photo)

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U.S. Marines of the Second Battalion, Twenty-Seventh Regiment, wait to move inland on Iwo Jima, soon after going ashore on 19 February 1945.

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Marines from the 24th Marine Regiment during the Battle of Iwo Jima

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