MacArthur arrived at Atsugi airdrome, near Tokyo, Japan, 30 Aug 1945; Maj. Gen. Joseph Swing and Lt. Gen. Richard Sutherland also present

[Photo] Douglas MacArthur arriving at Atsugi Airfield near Tokyo, Japan, 30 Aug 1945; note Major General Joseph Swing, Lieutenat General Richard Sutherland, and General Robert Eichelberger

Douglas MacArthur arriving at Atsugi airfield near Tokyo, Japan, 30 Aug note Major General Joseph Swing, Lieutenat General Richard Sutherland, and General Robert Eichelberger

Uniforms of American Red Cross, 1940's

American Red Cross Hospital and Camp Services Uniform Wool, cotton patch with embroidery Worn by Mrs.

Courtney Whitney, Douglas MacArthur, and Edward Almond aboard AGC Mount McKinley during the Inchon landings, 15 Sep 1950, photo 1 of 2

[Photo] Courtney Whitney, Douglas MacArthur, and Edward Almond aboard AGC Mount McKinley during the Inchon landings, 15 Sep 1950, photo 1 of 2

Courtney Whitney, Douglas MacArthur, and Edward Almond aboard AGC Mount McKinley during the Inchon landings, 15 Sep photo 1 of 2

News/World War II/shipping/ March 1941. US naval squadron visits Brisbane. US sailors meet Australian soldiers and locals. Neg/No A 76048 The Courier-Mail Photo Archive.

News/World War II/shipping/ March US naval squadron visits Brisbane. US sailors meet Australian soldiers and locals. Neg/No A 76048 The Courier-Mail Photo Archive.

General Douglas MacArthur visits a serviceman in hospital by State Library of Queensland, Australia, via Flickr

General Douglas MacArthur visits a serviceman in hospital

Brisbane in World War II | Brisbane at war | PerthNow

Brisbane in World War II | Brisbane at war | PerthNow

MacArthur embracing Wainwright, the New Grand Hotel, Yokohama, Japan, 31 Aug 1945

[Photo] MacArthur embracing Wainwright, the New Grand Hotel, Yokohama, Japan, 31 Aug 1945

MacArthur embracing Wainwright, the New Grand Hotel, Yokohama, Japan, 31 Aug 1945

Douglas MacArthur with Native American troops somewhere in the South Pacific, late 1943

[Photo] Douglas MacArthur with Native American troops somewhere in the South Pacific, late 1943

General Douglas MacArthur meeting Navajo, Pima, Pawnee and other Native American troops

MacArthur and Nimitz at MacArthur's headquarters, Brisbane, Australia, 27 Mar 1944

[Photo] MacArthur and Nimitz at MacArthur's headquarters, Brisbane, Australia, 27 Mar 1944

MacArthur Museum Brisbane features Brisbane during including Australian and American wartime stories and the leadership of US General Douglas MacArthur General MacArthur and Admiral Nimitz discuss strategy that will win the War in the Pacific

Funeral procession of Douglas MacArthur in Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 9 Apr 1964

[Photo] Funeral procession of Douglas MacArthur in Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 9 Apr 1964

Funeral procession of Douglas MacArthur in Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 9 Apr 1964

MacArthur wading ashore at Leyte, Philippine Islands, 20 Oct 1944

[Photo] MacArthur wading ashore at Leyte, Philippine Islands, 20 Oct 1944

"I HAVE RETURNED" ~ Gen. Douglas MacArthur wades ashore with Philippine President Sergio Osmena to his right, Philippine Foreign Affairs Secretary Carlos P. Romulo at his rear, and Sutherland on his left. ~ October (Photo taken by Gaetano Faillace)

F.M. Forde, Douglas MacArthur, Thomas Blamey, George C. Kenney, C.A. Clowes, Kenneth Walker

[Photo] F.M. Forde, Douglas MacArthur, Thomas Blamey, George C. Kenney, C.A. Clowes, Kenneth Walker

Forde, Douglas MacArthur, Thomas Blamey, George C. Kenney, C.

News World War 11 Brisbane . Women at War .11/5/1941 VAD'S doing their first aid tests. Ne/No A77396 The Courier-Mail Photo Archive.

News World War 11 Brisbane . Women at War VAD'S doing their first aid tests. Ne/No The Courier-Mail Photo Archive.

Fallen soldier: Statue commemorating MacArthur's Philippines landing toppled by typhoon - PhotoBlog

Fallen soldier: Statue commemorating MacArthur's Philippines landing toppled by typhoon

General MacArthur's 1942 Packard, page 1

SIA Flashback – General MacArthur’s 1942 Packa

No, that 1939 Pontiac isn't a trick, an optical illusion.

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