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Kaneohe Gallery

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Kaneohe, Hawaii, United States of America in North America

Choose from 38 pictures in our Kaneohe collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


A U.S. Marine and Australian soldiers walk past amphibious assault vehicles they Featured Kaneohe Print

A U.S. Marine and Australian soldiers walk past amphibious assault vehicles they

Marine Corps Base Hawaii, July 30, 2010 - A U.S. Marine and Australian soldiers from the Australian Army walk past the amphibious assault vehicles they used to execute a mechanized live fire raid at Range Training Facility Kaneohe Bay on Marine Corps Base Hawaii. The raid was the capstone tactical operation for multi-national coalition forces following a month of integration and interoperability training during the biannual Exercise Rim of the Pacific 2010

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A close up of the Iwo Jima bronze statue showing detail of the sculpture Featured Kaneohe Print

A close up of the Iwo Jima bronze statue showing detail of the sculpture

This is a close up of the Iwo Jima bronze statue showing detail of the sculpture. Iwo Jima statue at the entrance of the Kaneohe Marine Corp Base depicts the flag raising at Mount Suribachi and tells the story of the original raising of a smaller flag and the following raising of a larger flag that Combat photographer Joe Rosenthal captured

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Amphibious armoured vehicle LVT-5 Featured Kaneohe Print

Amphibious armoured vehicle LVT-5

A USMC Landing Vehicle, Tracked, Personnel-5 (LVTP-5) on display near the entrance of Kaneohe Marine Corp Air Station on Oahu. The USMC LVTP-5 began production in 1952, the replacement for the World War II Marine Corps LVT(1), LVT(2) and LVT(4) vehicles. The LVTP-5 was 356 inches long, 140.5 inches wide, and 103 inches high. It could travel up to 30 mph on land and 6.8 mph in water, powered by a Continental LV-1790-1 704 hp, 12 cyl engine. The bow ramp of the LVTP-5 could be lowered for loading of personnel or cargo. Up to 34 troops could be carried on land or 25 in water operations

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