Major Charles J. Rosenblatt with his ground crew (1944). He was credited with destroying four Nazi planes and damaging three others. Rosenblatt served in the U.S. Air Force for 22 years, and was a fighter pilot during both World War II and the Korean Conflict. He received two Distinguished Flying Crosses, the Air Medal, and three Oak Leaf Clusters in World War II alone.
With its gunner visible in the back cockpit, this Japanese dive bomber, smoke streaming from the cowling, is headed for destruction in the water below after being shot down near Truk, Japanese stronghold in the Carolines,on July 2, 1944 - Pin it by GUSTAVO BUESO-JACQUIER
"This victim of Nazi inhumanity still rests in the position in which he died, attempting to rise and escape his horrible death. He was one of 150 prisoners savagely burned to death by Nazi SS troops. Germany, April 16, 1945."