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100greatestmilitaryphotographs

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

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