67 years ago today, Marines took Surubachi and got the upper hand in the battle of Iwo Jima during WWII. This is a 1945 Technicolor film by the US government about the events of that day. Four of the cameramen that shot this film died, including Bill Genaust who shot the famous flag raising.
These Army guys were having a sack lunch in Nevada, but when the nuclear weapon went off they went to see what happened. Smoke em’ if you got em’ You’ve done it now Beaver.
Another cleaning leaves more than 400 or so links banned for looking cheesy and I went on a search to remove these girls from the ad queue. The rubber on the spongy dice is not rubbery anymore.
These are the? Alpha and Baker atom bomb tests of Operation Crossroads in 1946. They were each 23 kilotons. There was a supposed to be a Charlie test, but the Navy couldn’t decontaminate the wrecked target ships enough to move them after test Baker. This nuclear test is brought to you by Lucky Strike and […]