This photograph from October 1944 shows American LSTs - vessels
that were used to land troops, vehicles and cargo at unimproved shores - landing by Dulag, a Japanese-built airstrip in the Philippines. The haze is from anti-aircraft cannon being fired at Japanese planes overhead. The beach was crowded with Filipinos greeting the U.S. troops.
This photograph from October 1944 shows American LSTs - vessels that were used to land troops, vehicles and cargo at unimproved shores - landing by Dulag, a Japanese-built airstrip in the Philippines. The haze is from anti-aircraft cannon being fired at Japanese planes overhead. The beach was crowded with Filipinos greeting the U.S. troops. FOR THE BELLINGHAM HERALD
This photograph from October 1944 shows American LSTs - vessels that were used to land troops, vehicles and cargo at unimproved shores - landing by Dulag, a Japanese-built airstrip in the Philippines. The haze is from anti-aircraft cannon being fired at Japanese planes overhead. The beach was crowded with Filipinos greeting the U.S. troops. FOR THE BELLINGHAM HERALD