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100greatestmilitaryphotographs
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  • 1. The 100 Greatest Military Photographs From Military Times Publishing Company,insert to the 25 Sept 2000 issues of Army/Navy/AF Times
  • 2. No. 100Robert Capa WWII
  • 3. No. 99U.S. Navy Archives Pearl Harbor
  • 4. No. 98Jacob Harris WWII
  • 5. No. 97Ray Platnick WWII
  • 6. No. 96 David TurnleyOperation Desert Storm
  • 7. No. 95Charles Kerlee WWII
  • 8. No. 94Christopher Morris USS Stark
  • 9. No. 93Philip Jones Griffiths Vietnam, 1968
  • 10. No. 92Christopher Morris Persian Gulf War
  • 11. No. 91U.S. Army Archives WWII, July 1944
  • 12. No. 90William DinwiddleRough Riders, 1898
  • 13. No. 89 Brad MarkelAndrews AFB, 1991
  • 14. No. 88Philadelphia Public Ledger WWI, Nov 1918
  • 15. No. 87 Adrian DuffWWI, Sep 1918
  • 16. No. 86Stanley Tretick South Korea
  • 17. No. 85U.S. Army Signal CorpsLt Gen George S. Patton
  • 18. No. 84 Robert JakobsenCa National Guard, 1940
  • 19. No. 83Wayne MillerWWII, 1944
  • 20. No. 82U.S. Army Air Force WWII, 1943
  • 21. No. 81U.S. Army Archives WWII, 1944 Paris, France
  • 22. No. 80 Peter Turnley “Highway of Doom”Persian Gulf War, 1991
  • 23. No. 79 Hank WalkerSouth Korea, 1950
  • 24. No. 78U.S. Marine Corps Vietnam
  • 25. No. 77 Steve ElfersOperation Desert Storm
  • 26. No. 76 Steve ElfersOperation Desert Storm
  • 27. No. 75 Bruno BarbeyPersion Gulf War
  • 28. No. 74Alexander Gardner Civil War, 1862
  • 29. No. 73 Jeff TuttleOperation Desert Shield
  • 30. No. 72U.S. Army Archives WWII, 1943 Tarawa Atoll
  • 31. No. 71Alfred Cooperman WWII, 1943
  • 32. No. 70 Rich MasonPersian Gulf War
  • 33. No. 69W. Eugene Smith Saipan, WWII
  • 34. No. 68 Larry Burrows Vietnam, 1966Plane is a Douglas A–1 Skyraider
  • 35. No. 67Larry BurrowsVietnam, 1966
  • 36. No. 66 U.S. Navy ArchivesPearl Harbor, Dec 1941
  • 37. No. 65Corbis–Bettman WWI, 1919
  • 38. No. 64Sadayuki MikamiPersian Gulf War
  • 39. No. 63Hulton–Getty Archives Vietnam, 1966
  • 40. No. 62Corbis–Bettman Saigon, 1975
  • 41. No. 61 Time LifeSouth Korea, 1950
  • 42. No. 60Fred RamageD–Day, 1944
  • 43. No. 59 U.S. Navy Archives USS Hornet, 1942Jimmy Doolittle raid on Tokyo
  • 44. No. 58Larry BurrowsVietnam, 1966
  • 45. No. 57 U.S. Army Signal Corps Gen Dwight EisenhowerSpeaking to Army Airborne troops prior to operation Overlord (D–Day)
  • 46. No. 56The Marshall Collection 1st Aviation Fatality, 1908
  • 47. No. 55 U.S. Army Archives Gen Douglas MacArthurWading ashore in Philippines
  • 48. No. 54National ArchivesWWII, Nov 1944
  • 49. No. 53Hulton–Getty Archives Vietnam, 1969
  • 50. No. 52 W. Eugene SmithSaipan, WWII, 1944
  • 51. No. 51 Malcolm Browne Saigon, 1963Buddhist monk self–immolation
  • 52. No. 50 Paul WatsonMogadishu, Somalia
  • 53. No. 49 National Archives“Bataan Death March” 1942
  • 54. No. 48Tsuguichi Koyangi Bataan, 1942
  • 55. No. 47 U.S. Navy Archives South PacificTorpedoed Japanese cruiser
  • 56. No. 46 Henri HuetVietnam, 1966
  • 57. No. 45 Associated PressVietnam PoWs, 1973
  • 58. No. 44 Walter SandersBerlin Airlift, 1948
  • 59. No. 43Barrett GallagherUSS Intrepid, 1944
  • 60. No. 42 Wayne MillerSouth Pacific, 1943
  • 61. No. 41Don McCullinVietnam, 1968
  • 62. No. 40 U.S. Navy ArchivesUSS Bunker Hill, 1945
  • 63. No. 39 U.S. Army Archives Conf of the Big 3, 1945Churchill, Roosevelt, Stalin
  • 64. No. 38 Fenno JacobsUSS New Jersey, 1944
  • 65. No. 37Jerry Rutberg WWII, 1945
  • 66. No. 36 U.S. Air Force Operation Greenhouse 1951 Atomic bomb test seriesEnewetok Atoll, Pacific Ocean
  • 67. No. 35 U.S. Army Signal Corps Nagasaki, 1945Fat Man plutonium implosion bomb 20 kilotons
  • 68. No. 34 Ken Jarecke Persian Gulf WarIraqi soldier in burned–out armored vehicle
  • 69. No. 33Robert EllisonKhe Sanh, 1968
  • 70. No. 32 Carl MydansUSS Missouri, 1945Japanese surrender
  • 71. No. 31Philip Jones Griffiths Vietnam, 1968
  • 72. No. 30 Bernie BostonDemonstration, 1967
  • 73. No. 29 Corbis–Bettman Civil War, 1865Survivors of Andersonville GA prison camp (Camp Sumter)
  • 74. No. 28 David Douglas Duncan Korea, 1950Retreat from Chosin Reservoir
  • 75. No. 27W. Eugene Smith WWII, 1945
  • 76. No. 26Gamma Liaison Saigon, 1975
  • 77. No. 25Carol GuzyHaiti, 1994
  • 78. No. 24 Ronald, Haeberle“Mi Lai Massacre” 1968
  • 79. No. 23 U.S. Navy ArchivesUSS Enterprise, 1943
  • 80. No. 22 David Douglas Duncan Korea, 1950Retreat from Chosin Reservoir
  • 81. No. 21 George Strock WWII, 1943 First photo released to American public showing dead GIs (you cansee maggots crawling on the man in the foreground)
  • 82. No. 20 Bill Foley Beirut, 1983Bombing of the Marine barracks
  • 83. No. 19 Robert CapaWWII – The Last Day
  • 84. No. 18 Alexander GardnerAntietam, Civil War, 1862
  • 85. No. 17U.S. Navy ArchivesPearl Harbor, 1941 USS Arizona
  • 86. No. 16 John FiloKent State, 1970
  • 87. No. 15Thai Khad Chuon Vietnam, 1975
  • 88. No. 14U.S. Army Archives WWI, 1918
  • 89. No. 13Art GreensponVietnam, 1968
  • 90. No. 12U.S. Army ArchivesRhine River, 1945
  • 91. No. 11 Ed ClarkPresident Roosevelt’s Funeral Warm Springs GA, 1945
  • 92. No. 10 W. Eugene SmithSaipan, WWII, 1944
  • 93. No. 9 David TurnleyPersian Gulf War
  • 94. No. 8 Eddie Adams Vietnam, 1968Police chief executes suspected Viet Cong
  • 95. No. 7 Alexander Gardner Gettysburg, 1863It is thought that this picture was staged by the photographer
  • 96. No. 6 Nick Ut Vietnam, 1972Napalm attack victims
  • 97. No. 5 Sal VederTravis AFB, 1973
  • 98. No. 4Larry BurrowsVietnam, 1966
  • 99. No. 3 Alfred EisenstadtTimes Square, 1945
  • 100. No. 2 Robert CapaD–Day, Omaha Beach, 1944
  • 101. No. 1 Joe RosenthalIwo Jima, WWII, 1945

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