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VICTORY SALUTE
(VICTORY EDITION)
by Matt Hall
May 1945 was a time of joy for all who helped win the war in Europe. In a jeep on the road to Berchtesgaden, the 101 Airborne "Band of Brothers" paratroopers revel in the crisp mountain air, free of gun smoke. They pass lush pastures not muddied by foxholes. Their guns rest at ease. Instead, they aim a beer stein and V-for-Victory skyward as the P-51s of the 325th Fighter Group – "Checkertail Clan" - buzz past. The sky is once again a playground and the Alps a land of storybook charm. The only moment greater is the one to come, when the liberators of Europe return home.
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Jeep equipped with wide snow tires. Camp Hale, CO 1943. Bob W Photo via CJ2A Page
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Heavily armed and modified jeep of the British L Detachment SAS. North Africa early 1943. Via - .rsvlts.com
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MP jeep patrol. Austria 1950s. Via - Ewillys.com
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Interior view of the main assembly line where Willys Jeeps are manufactured under license at a Mitsubishi factory, Japan. January 1965. Getty Images
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Allied soldiers in a jeep inspecting a bridge. Gdynia, Poland 1945. Kresy-Siberia Virtual Museum Photo
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The first American Jeep in Tokyo is the center of attraction to a crowd of Japanese civilians. The vehicle was landed by the 11th Airborne Division. Japan, 30 August 1945. Photo Credit: army.mil
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Test photo of Willys MT 'Tug' 6X6 1 Jeep prototype. Aberdeen, ton aka Super MD 1943. Credit to owner
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Undated U.S. Coast Guard firefighters on parade. Possibly circa 1942-43. Sox Photos
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U.S. Army jeep with trailer accidentally ran over by a Sherman tank. Crew seem to be fine. France, 18 August 1944. Via - souvenezvous44.blogspot.com
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