After Okinawa 1945

Know your WW2 Pacific Campaign History.

Weapons and Warfare

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Haruna at her moorings near Kure, Japan, under attack by U.S. Navy carrier aircraft, 28 July 1945

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Wreck of Tone at Kure
The Heavy Cruiser Tone, sister of Chikuma survived many battles and was sunk at anchor in Kure harbor by US carrier aircraft on July 24th 1945. Her hulk was scrapped between 1947 and 1948.

After Okinawa had been taken and with the rolling up of the Japanese empire in Southeast Asia progressing satisfactorily, the Americans decided to bring the war home to the Japanese people by carrying out a mix of attacks – massive carrier raids on air bases around Tokyo and the naval facilities at Yokohama; the bombardment by surface warships of principally iron and steel works on the main island of Honshu- and in southern Hokkaido; and bombing sorties on shipping found in the Tsugaru Strait between these two northern islands. In a series of attacks…

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WW2 History: Brecourt Manor Artillery Explained

At the HBO Band of Brothers 2019 Reunion in Normandy, Capt. Dale Dye (Who played Colonel Sink in the series and is also a Military Historian and Advisor) explains how basic Military Artillery works and how the German 105 Howitzers operated at Brecourt Manor on D-Day.

Discussion begins at 2:25

To see an excellent overview of the Assault on the Brecourt Manor Guns on D-Day by Lt. Dick Winters and his Fire Team, watch HERE.

 

The First War Won Primarily with Unmanned Systems

Ten Lessons from the Second Nagorno-Karabakh War By John Antal The Second Nagorno-Karabakh War was fought between Armenia and Azerbaijan from September 24 to November 10, 2020. 29 more words

The First War Won Primarily with Unmanned Systems — American Partisan

Lessons From Decades of Training and War

Lessons From Decades of Training and War

 

Superb resource from Raptor 2.

I really hope you guys have a devoted flash drive for things like this.

DO NOT save them on your home laptop.

Stay Sharp and Prepare Accordingly.