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A US Army barge and sea mule of the Small Ships Section, United States Army…

A US Army barge and sea mule of the Small Ships Section, United States Army Services of Supply, Southwest Pacific Area (USA SOS SWPA). Initially Australian ships were requisitioned and chartered by .

Ironclad. USS Essex, a 1000-ton ironclad river gunboat of the United States Army and later United States Navy during the American Civil War. This photo was taken in Baton Rouge, Louisiana by McPherson and Oliver, c.1862 - Stock Image

USS Essex, a ironclad river gunboat of the United States Army and later United States Navy during the American Civil War. This photo was taken in Baton Rouge, Louisiana by McPherson and Oliver, - Stock Image

UNITED STATES ARMY A Company 1st Battalion “Phantoms”, 140th Aviation Regiment GSAB California Army National Guard  "OPERATION NEW DAWN"Joint Base Balad, Iraq 2011

UNITED STATES ARMY A Company 1st Battalion “Phantoms”, 140th Aviation Regiment GSAB California Army National Guard "OPERATION NEW DAWN"Joint Base Balad, Iraq 2011

UNITED STATES ARMY Delta Troop, 1-230th Air Cavalry SquadronTennessee Army National Guard

UNITED STATES ARMY Delta Troop, 1-230th Air Cavalry SquadronTennessee Army National Guard

U.S. infantrymen of the 9th Infantry Regiment 2nd Infantry Division First U.S. Army crouch in a snow-filled ditch taking shelter from a German artillery barrage during the Battle of Heartbreak Crossroads in the Krinkelter woods on 14 December 1944.

infantrymen of the Infantry Regiment, Infantry Division, First U. Army, crouch in a snow-filled ditch, taking shelter from a German artillery barrage during the Battle of Heartbreak Crossroads in the Krinkelter woods on 14 December

USS Idaho (BB-42) took part in battle exercises, and sailed on 7 April 1943 for operations in the Aleutian Islands. There she was flagship of the bombardment and patrol force around Attu, where she gave gunfire support to the United States Army landings on 11 May. During the months that followed, she concentrated on Kiska, culminating in an assault on 15 August. The Japanese were found to have evacuated the island in late July, thus abandoning their last foothold in the Aleutians.

USS Idaho (BB-42) took part in battle exercises, and sailed on 7 April 1943 for operations in the Aleutian Islands. There she was flagship of the bombardment and patrol force around Attu, where she gave gunfire support to the United States Army landings on 11 May. During the months that followed, she concentrated on Kiska, culminating in an assault on 15 August. The Japanese were found to have evacuated the island in late July, thus abandoning their last foothold in the Aleutians.

World War II Victory Gardens (aka War Gardens) were not limited to the United States of America.  Every nation was affected and all relied, to one degree or another, on the citizen's of their nation producing some of their own food.  This is a poster from England.

The Wartime Kitchen: Living of Rations with Ration Book Cooking – Day Two & Lord Woolton Pie

Militaries comparison infographic

This there are 10 countries that made it to the list of the most powerful militaries. These countries are provided with big amounts of budgets.

戦艦大和 46cm砲 IJN Yamato's artillery shell's

戦艦大和 46cm砲 IJN Yamato's artillery shell's

The seemingly endless array of steamships along the wharf at Nashville, Tennessee, provides an accurate report of the complex preparations required to supply the United States Army before an impending Civil War engagement-in this case the battle of Murfreesboro on December 28, 1862. The square containers in the foreground are clearly stenciled "Pilot bread from the U.S. Government Bakery.

Steamships along the wharf at Nashville, Tennessee, provided accurate reports of the complex preparations required to supply the United States Army before an impending Civil War engagement.

cobravaifumar:  @cobravaifumar British  Navy Landing Crafts (LCA-1377) carry United States Army Rangers to a  ship near Weymouth in Southern England on June 1, 1944

cobravaifumar: “ British Navy Landing Crafts carry United States Army Rangers to a ship near Weymouth in Southern England on June 1944 ”

Operation Overlord Normandy, British Navy Landing Crafts (LCA-1377) carry United States Army Rangers to a ship in Southern England. 1st June 1944. There are British soldiers in the conning station. Rangers embark and remain consigned five days on board English ships for safety measure. The troops will participate in the invasion of Normandy, France. Weymouth, United Kingdom. Photo: Galerie Bilderwelt, Getty Images / 2010 Galerie Bilderwelt

Remembering D-Day

demons: “Royal Navy landing crafts carrying US Army Rangers/June 1944 ”

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