Mount Suribachi is blasted by shellfire from Nevada’s 14-inch guns, February 1945.
Corporal Charles W. Lindberg, a US Marine, with a flame thrower on Iwo Jima - 1945 Lindberg helped raise the first American flag above Mount Suribachi on 23 February 1945 and was awarded the Silver Star Medal for his actions as a flame thrower operator on Iwo.
the_ww2_memoirs The ghastly and rusting remains of vehicles and LVTs litter the beaches of Iwo Jima with Mount Suribachi poking out of the smoke and fog, February, 1945. This photograph is so powerful and provoking it's indescribable. The rusting and deca
FEB 23 1945 U.S. Marines raise the flag on Mount Suribachi - See more at: http://ww2today.com First Iwo Jima Flag Raising. Small flag carried ashore by the 2d Battalion, 28th Marines is planted atop Mount Suribachi at 1020, 23 February 1945
Two Marines assess the area while standing next to the raised flag on Mount Suribachi, 1945. LST's lined up along the assault beaches to the right, the rest of Iwo Jima stretches out in the distance to the left. This photo was taken by Lt. James T. Dockery, 4th Marine Division.
Raising the Flag on Iwo Jima is a historic photograph taken on February 23, 1945, by Joe Rosenthal. It depicts five United States Marines and a U.S. Navy corpsman raising the flag of the United States atop Mount Suribachi during the Battle of Iwo Jima in World War II.
[Photo] Aerial photograph of American flag atop Mount Suribachi, Iwo Jima, Japan, 23 Feb 1945
Large explosion at the northern base of Mount Suribachi, probably during the pre-landing bombardment of Iwo Jima, 19 Feb 1945; Photographer: Howard W. Whalen; Source: United States Navy Naval History and Heritage Command; ID: NH 104338-KN
[Photo] Catholic mass atop Mount Suribachi, Iwo Jima, for American Marines, circa Feb or Mar 1945