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Two black and white photos of three unidentified American Servicemen in front of a barracks row at Chanute Field, Rantoul, Illinois.

While the first photos is slightly blurry, Sgt. Gordon F. Bavor may be the the man on the right.

Three black and white photos of three unidentified American servicemen with a service Jeep on the "Lae Highway," New Guinea.

The "Lae Highway" was an approximate 25 mile dirt road that connected Lae Harbor with the inland airfield at Nadzab. As…

One black and white photo an unidentified American serviceman on a tree bridge in Nadzab, New Guinea. The fallen tree spans the entire width of the river about ten feet above the water's surface.

The photo was taken on a recreational hike.

One black and white photo of four unidentified American servicemen seated on a Half-Sunk Japanese Ship in Lae Harbor, New Guinea.

One black and white photo of Robert Leonard posing in front a residential tent at Nadzab, New Guinea.

One black and white photo of Joe Greenwell, a close friend of Sgt. Gordon F. Bavor, on a native-built suspension bridge over the Markham River.

One black and white photo of four unidentified American servicemen seated on a Half-Sunk Japanese Ship in Lae Harbor, New Guinea.

One black and white photo of Sgt. Gordon F. Bavor in front of a destroyed Japanese aircraft at Clark Field, Luzon, Philippines. American forces waged an extensive bombing campaign to retake Clark Field in late 1944 and early 1945. The damage is…

One black and white photo of an unidentified American sitting in an auxillery gas tank boat named "Spirit of Texas." Taken from the beach looking inland, the photo shows a row of residential tents in the background, demonstrating the proximity of the…

An unedited transcription of the log of T.Sgt. Frank D. Brumm, along with approximately a dozen primary source document including photos, telegrams, newspapers, maps, and official government documents.

T.Sgt. Brumm was on the B-24 "42-47483" with…