Richard Stotz WWII Photographs #3
Marines aboard ship
Iwo Jima--Green Beach #1
Marines firing at the Japanese on the slopes of Mt. Suribachi
Marine Gunnery Sergeant, Harris F. Moore, (in the right foreground) rushes to join his men who are grouped temporarily behind the ridge during the advance on Motoyama Airfield on the island of Iwo Jima
A Marine officer is given blood plasma in a slit trench first aid station near the beach at Empress Augusta Bay during the landing at Bougainville
Marine combat correspondent, Staff Sergeant Hank Weaver, types his story of the Marines on Iwo Jima
Marine assault troops crawl forward in the Battle of Iwo Jima. Several Marines can be seen on the rising ground immediately behind the knocked out "Weasel" and 37mm anti-tank gun.
Marine grave--died of three wounds while trying to take a pillbox on D-day
Iwo Jima--View of the beach and along the supply trail. Marine vehicles knocked out by Japanese mortar fire can also be seen in this photograph.
Movie man aboard ship