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The USS Terrebonne Parish (LST-1156) tank landing ship docking at Windmill Beach, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, during the Cuban Missile Crisis, 2 November 1962 Featured Guantanamo Print

The USS Terrebonne Parish (LST-1156) tank landing ship docking at Windmill Beach, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, during the Cuban Missile Crisis, 2 November 1962

CUBAN MISSILE CRISIS, 1962.
The USS Terrebonne Parish (LST-1156) tank landing ship docking at Windmill Beach, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, during the Cuban Missile Crisis, 2 November 1962

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Camp In Cuba Featured Guantanamo Print

Camp In Cuba

12th June 1898: Camp McCalla in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, during the Spanish-American War. The US Marines, wearing garrison caps are members of Colonel Robert Watkinson Huntington's 1st Marine Battalion. Cuban Mambises (insurgents) wearing straw hats are under the command of insurgent Cuban Lt. Colonel Tomas, and are dressed in sailor uniforms provided by Captain Bowman H. McCalla, USN, force commander and captain of the U.S.S. Marblehead. The weapon on the carriage is a Colt Model 1895 Machine gun and the rifles carried by the Marines and Cubans are the Lee Navy Rifle, Model 1895. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

MARINE AMMUNITION, 1913. The transfer of 8-inch mortar shells from the deck of Featured Guantanamo Print

MARINE AMMUNITION, 1913. The transfer of 8-inch mortar shells from the deck of

MARINE AMMUNITION, 1913.
The transfer of 8-inch mortar shells from the deck of the armored cruiser USS 'Brooklyn' at the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard on League Island at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to be shipped with a U.S. Marine contingent to Guantanamo, Cuba, in response to the Mexican Revolution, February 1913

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