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A Chaplain conducts a mass aboard a transport ship underway in the Pacific Ocean before the invasion of Iwo Jima, Japan.
Invasion of Iwo Jima in Japan by United States during World War II. A Chaplain conducts a communion aboard a United States attack transport ship underway in the Pacific Ocean. Marines kneeled down as Chaplain gives Eucharist to them. LCPR (Landing Craft, Personnel, Ramped) underway at sea. LCPR comes alongside the attack transport with several men aboard it. Men climb up the Jacob’s ladder as they come aboard the ship. A Marine being helped as he comes aboard the transport ship. A man waves signal flag from an attack transport. Location: Pacific Ocean. Date: February 18, 1945.
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