USS Triton (SS-201) at Dutch Harbor, Alaska, 16 July 1942
US Army lands on Adak in August, 1942.
Casco beached on Adak during August 30, 1942 landings.
US military base on Adak 18 months after August, 1942 landings.
Unopposed US military landing at Constantine Harbor, Amchitka, Aleutians, 12 January 1943.
PBY at Aleutians airfield during rough, winter weather.
Boxing match outside of mess hall, Allied forces base, Adak Island, July 4, 1944.
Anchorage Daily Times June 3, 1942
U.S. Marines on alert at Dutch Harbor after the Japanese air attacks on June 3, 1942.
Buildings burning after the first enemy attack on Dutch Harbor, 3 June 1942
Charles McMorris (third from left)
USS Salt Lake City
Overall track chart
Ships at 0730
Ships at 0840
Ships at 11:55
U.S. destroyer's torpedo attack at 11:58
Salt Lake City in action during the battle.
Salt Lake City at Dutch Harbor three days after the battle.
Map of Attu.
Japanese troops on Attu in the winter of 1943.
Japanese officers on Attu sometime in 1943.
Japanese artillery crew trains on Attu, sometime in 1943.
A Japanese tank crew poses with their tank on Attu (allegedly, see photo for note) sometime in 1943.
Japanese barrack interior on Attu.
USS Louisville (CA-28) steams out of Kulak Bay, Adak, Aleutian Islands, bound for operations against Attu, 25 April 1943.
Japanese Colonel Yasuyo Yamasaki
Map of US landings on Attu, May 12, 1943.
Map of the capture of Attu in the Aleutian Islands, 1943.
US landing craft approach the beach at Massacre Bay on 13 May 1943.
Attu Invasion - Soldiers unload landing craft on the beach at Massacre Bay, Attu, on 13 May 1943. LCVPs in the foreground are from USS Zeilin (APA-3) and USS Heywood (APA-6).
Soldiers unloading LCPR and LCM type landing craft on the beach at Massacre Bay, Attu, on 12 May 1943. Boats are from USS Heywood (APA-6).
United States troops hauling supplies on Attu in May 1943
US troops on Attu during the battle
Attu, Aleutian Island, June 4, 1943. Soldiers hurling their trench mortar shells over a ridge into a Japanses position.
USS William D. Porter (DD-579) in Massacre Bay, Attu, Aleutian Islands, with other destroyers, 9 June 1944.
Japanese soldiers killed during the final "banzai" charge on May 29, 1943.
Dead Japanese are prepared for mass burial after the battle.
Sign on Attu reads: "Colonel Yamasaki: Yamasaki, a Colonel in the Japanese Army, was killed in action near this point. Colonel Yamasaki commanded all Japanese Troops on the Island."
Japanese fire balloons shot down near Attu in the Aleutians shown on gun cameras. P-38 in lower right frame.
Map of Kiska
Japanese troops raise the Imperial battle flag on Kiska Island in the Aleutians on June 6, 1942.
Japanese transport burns after US air attack on June 18, 1942.
US warships bombard Kiska in July, 1943.
1943 aerial reconnaissance photo
USS St. Louis bombards Kiska in August, 1942.
Kiska Operation - Troops march up the beach at Adak, during pre-invasion loading for the Kiska Operation, 13 August 1943.
Kiska invasion force assembles at Adak.
USS Nashville (CL-43) bombarding Kiska Island, Aleutians, on 8 August 1942
US battleship Pennsylvania bombards Kiska on May 11, 1943.
Map of US Kiska landings, August, 1943.
US lands on Kiska.
LSTs unload on Kiska, August 1943.