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Probably the best picture I've ever seen of planes and ships during WW II. Wow.

and fly in formation during surrernder ceremoneis, Tokyo, Japan - USS Missouri left foreground - Sept 1945

Three American soldiers lie half-buried in the sand at Buna Beach on New Guinea. This photo was taken in February 1943, but not published until September, when it became the first image of dead American troops to appear in LIFE during World War II. George Strock's photo was finally OK'd by government censors, in part because FDR feared the public was growing complacent about the war's horrific toll.

Three American soldiers lie half-buried in the sand at Buna Beach on New Guinea. This photo was taken in February but not published until September, when it became the first image of dead American troops to appear in LIFE during World War II

Someone posted "... never leave a man behind." An amazing photo, I would like to know the details. Cannot believe it isn't famous, ... or is it?

It's the motto of any soldier: Never leave a fallen man behind. It's the way to be. Only a coward would leave someone behind, or to allow them to face an enemy alone. No matter what the cost never leave anyone behind.

Spitfires in formation. Art Deco goes to war.

British Spitfires flying in formation through the rays of the sun above the clouds. Get premium, high resolution news photos at Getty Images

The British Sherman III nicknamed "Shaggy Dog", 8th Armored Brigade. It was later knocked out and replaced by a Sherman Ic Hybrid IIRC- "Shaggy Dog 2". #worldwar2 #tanks

Ok, so this one isn't US, but it's a Sherman. The British Sherman III nicknamed "Shaggy Dog", Armored Brigade. It was later knocked out and replaced by a Sherman Ic Hybrid IIRC- "Shaggy Dog

A soldier with the Brigade Reconnaisance Force is pictured engaging the enemy during Operation Qalb in Helmand, Afghanistan.

Cpl Carl Hines of the Royal Artillery providing covering fire while members of 4 Brigade Reconnaissance Force cross open ground in Lashkar Gah, Afghanistan

Concorde & Tupolev Tu-144

Aérospatiale/British Aircraft Corporation Concorde F-BVFB 207 Other Location - Sinsheim and its russian competitor. No accident!

Tupolev TU-144

Nope, not the concorde. This is the Tupolev Main difference? The retractable canard (mustache looking thing) Daniel