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Marine lieutenants, pilots, by the power tow-plane for the training gliders at Parris Island's Page Field, S.C.

Training gliders at the Marine [Corp]'s Page Field, Parris Island, S.C.

Marine lieutenants studying glider piloting at Page Field, Parris Island, S.C.

Aerial tug boat, which tows gliders for Marine pilots in training out of Page Field, Parris Island, S.C.

Marine power plane which tows the training gliders at Page Field, Parris Island, S.C.

Marine lieutenant, glider pilot in training, ready for take-off at Page Field, Parris Island, S.C. Power towing plane in background

Marine with the training gliders at Page Field, Parris Island, S.C.

Marine glider at Page Field, Parris Island, S.C.

A Marine Corps glider being towed by a power plane from Page Field, at Parris Island, S.C.

Marine Corps gliders being towed from Page Field, Parris Island, S.C.

Marine lieutenant, pilot with the power towplane for the training gliders at Page Field, Parris Island, S.C.

Marine Lieutenant, glider pilot in training at Page Field, Parris Island, S.C.

Marine lieutenant, glider pilot in training, at Page Field, Parris Island, S.C.

Marine lieutenant, glider pilot in training at Page Field, Parris Island, S.C.

Marine with the gliders at Page Field, Parris Island, S.C.

Marine lieutenant, glider pilot in training at Page Field, Parris Island, S.C.

Marine Corps gliders in flight from Page Field, Parris Island, S.C.

Marine lieutenant, pilot with the power towing plane for the training gliders at page Field, Parris Island, S.C.

Marine lieutenant by the power towing plane for the gliders at Page Field, Parris Island, S.C.

A marine Lieutenant, glider pilot in training at Page Field, Parris Island, S.C.

Marine lieutenant, pilot with the power towing plane for the gliders at Parris Island's Page Field, S.C.

Marine glider at Page Field, Parris Island, S.C.

Marine lieutenant, glider pilot in training at Page Field, Parris Island, S.C.

Marine glider in training at Page Field, Parris Island, S.C.

Preparing for take-off at the glider pilot training program, Page Field, Parris Island, S.C.

Marine Lieutenant, glider pilot in training at Page Field, Parris Island, S.C.

A marine glider pilot in training, a lieutenant, at Page Field, Parris Island, S.C.

Marine Corps lieutenant studying glider piloting at Page Field, Parris Island, S.C.

Marine Corps gliders being towed from Page Field, Parris Island, S.C.

Marine lieutenant with the power towing plane for the gliders at Page Field, Parris Island, S.C.

Training gliders at Page Field, Parris Island, S.C.

Marine lieutenant, glider pilot in training at Page Field, Parris Island, S.C.

Marine lieutenant, glider pilot in training, ready for take-off at Page Field, Parris Island, S.C.

Marine glider pilot in training at Page Field, is watching take-offs, Parris Island, S.C.

Marine Corps lieutenant studying glider piloting at Page Field, Parris Island, S.C.

Marine Corps lieutenant studying glider piloting at Page Field, Parris Island, S.C.

Marine gliders being towed from Page Field, Parris Island, S.C.

Marine lieutenants, pilots, by the power tow-plane for the training gliders at Page Field, Parris Island, S.C.

Marine glider pilot in training at Page Field, watching take-offs, Parris Island, S.C.

Marine lieutenant, pilot with the power towing plane at page Field, Parris Island, S.C.

Marine lieutenant by the power plane which tows the training gliders at Page Field, Parris, Island, S.C.

Marine lieutenant with the towing plane for the gliders at Page Field, Parris Island, S.C.

Parris Island. Marine Corps gliders. Look out for these boys, Adolph. Some day, these lieutentants of the Marine Corps may land in battle dress at Berchtesgaden. Now they're learning how to pilot gliders at Page Field, Parris Island, South Carolina

Parris Island. Marine Corps gliders. An aerial "tugboat" of the Marine Corps. The leatherneck pilot of this glider will tow three planes high above Page Field at Parris Island, South Carolina as part of six-week training course the Marines are giving to selected units

Parris Island. Marine Corps gliders. The Marines have this way of getting at 'em too. A leatherneck lieutenant, training as a glider pilot, is all set for a flight from Page Field, Parris Island, South Carolina

Parris Island. Marine Corps gliders. Leave it to the Marines to make the best of all the new fighting tools. Gyrene glider pilots in training at Page Field, Parris Island, South Carolina take a six-week course during which each student must complete 1000 successful takeoffs and landings. The plane is towing the three gliders

Parris Island. Marine Corps gliders. A new war tool for the leathernecks. A glider plane leaves a hanger at Page Field, Parris Island, South Carolina where the Marine Corps is teaching its young gyrene pilots how to get the motorless planes into the air, keep them up a long time, take them over a complicated flight path and land them on a spot

Parris Island. Marine Corps gliders. Leave it to the Marines to make the best of all the new fighting tools. Gyrene glider pilots in training at Page Field, Parris Island, South Carolina take a six-week course during which each student must complete 1000 successful takeoffs and landings. The plane is towing the three gliders

Parris Island. Marine Corps gliders. Glad he's on our side, not theirs. This lieutenant of the Marine Corps, studying glider piloting at Page Field, Parris Island, South Carolina, may some day land in battle dress on the outskirts of Berlin or Tokyo or on the heel of Italy's boot

Parris Island. Marine Corps gliders. Glad he's on our side, not theirs. This lieutenant of the Marine Corps, studying glider piloting at Page Field, Parris Island, South Carolina, may some day land in battle dress on the outskirts of Berlin or Tokyo or on the heel of Italy's boot

Parris Island. Marine Corps gliders. Leave it to the Marines to make the best use of all the new fighting tools. Gyrene glider pilots in training at Page Field, Parris Island, South Carolina take a six-week course during which each student must complete 1000 successful takeoffs and landings. The plane is towing the three gliders

Parris Island. Marine Corps gliders. Leave it to the Marines to make the best use of all the new fighting tools. Gyrene glider pilots in training at Page Field, Parris Island, South Carolina take a six week course during which each student must complete 1000 successful takeoffs and landings

Parris Island. Marine Corps gliders. When it comes to fighting methods, the Marines have all the answers. Student pilot of a glider and the pilot of a tow plane look things over before the start of a flight from Page Field, Parris Island, South Carolina

Parris Island. Marine Corps gliders. At sunbaked Page Field, Parris Island, South Carolina, the Marine Corps is doing a great job of training glider pilots. A tow plane and three gliders with student pilots return to earth after successful flights

Parris Island. Marine Corps gliders. Leave it to the Marines to make the best of all the new fighting tools. Gyrene glider pilots in training at Page Field, Parris Island, South Carolina take a six-week course during which each student must complete 1000 successful takeoffs and landings. The plane is towing the three gliders

Parris Island. Marine Corps gliders. The Marines are good at everything, including glider operation. Two lieutenants in training as pilots of the motorless airboats just before a flight from Page Field, Parris Island, South Carolina

Parris Island. Marine Corps gliders. Leave it to the Marines to make the best of all the new fighting tools. Gyrene glider pilots in training at Page Field, Parris Island, South Carolina take a six-week course during which each student must complete 1000 successful takeoffs and landings. The plane is towing the three gliders

Parris Island. Marine Corps gliders. The Marines have this way of getting at 'em too. A leatherneck lieutenant, training as a glider pilot, is all set for a flight from Page Field, Parris Island, South Carolina

Parris Island. Marine Corps gliders. Conference of the powers. A captain of the Marine Corps shows lieutentants studying glider pilotage some of the finer points of the game. The leathernecks are training many men in glider operation at Page Field, Parris Island, South Carolina

Parris Island. Marine Corps gliders. Conference of the powers. A captain of the Marine Corps shows lieutentants studying glider pilotage some of the finer points of the game. The leathernecks are training many men in glider operation at Page Field, Parris Island, South Carolina

Parris Island. Marine Corps gliders. A Marine Corps glider towed by a power plane at Page Field, Parris Island, South Carolina. The student glider pilot may some day make a visit, in battle dress, on Adolph, Benito or Hiro

Parris Island. Marine Corps gliders. Marines at Page Field, Parris Island, South Carolina tune a new plane used by young leathernecks who will win the coveted title of "glider pilot" after they have successfully completed some 1000 takeoffs and landings during a six-week training course

Parris Island. Marine Corps gliders. Leave it to the Marines to make the best of all the new fighting tools. Gyrene glider pilots in training at Page Field, Parris Island, South Carolina take a six-week course during which each student must complete 1000 successful takeoffs and landings. The plane is towing the three gliders

Parris Island. Marine Corps gliders. End of a succesful glider flight by a marine student pilot at Page Field, Parris Island, South Carolina. After 1000 such flights and such other accomplishments as precision landings and strange field landings, the young gyrene earns the coveted title of glider pilot

Parris Island. Marine Corps gliders. Look out for these boys, Adolph. Some day these lieutenants of the Marine Corps may land in battle dress at Berchtesgarden. Now they're learning how to pilot gliders at Page Field, Parris Island, South Carolina

Parris Island. Marine Corps gliders. Portrait of a man who lives his work. A Marine Corps lieutenant training as a glider pilot sprints for his motorless airplane for another flight at Page Field, Parris Island, South Carolina

Parris Island. Marine Corps gliders. Glad he's on our side, not theirs. This lieutenant of the Marine Corps, studying glider piloting at Page Field, Parris Island, South Carolina, may some day land in battle dress on the outskirts of Berlin or Tokyo or on the heel of Italy's boot

Marine Corps gliders, Parris Island. They fly without engines. Lieutenants of the Marine Corps, studying glider pilotage, compare notes before a flight from Page Field, Parris Island, South Carolina

Parris Island: Marine Corps gliders. Look for these boys, Adolph. Some day these lieutenants of the Marine Corps may land in battle dress at Berchtesgaden. Now they're learning to pilot gliders at Page Field, Parris Island, South Carolina

Parris Island. Marine Corps gliders. Glad he's on our side, not theirs. This lieutenant of the Marine Corps, studying glider piloting at Page Field, Parris Island, South Carolina, may some day land in battle dress on the outskirts of Berlin or Tokyo or on the heel of Italy's boot

Parris Island. Marine Corps gliders. Glad he's on our side, not theirs. This lieutenant of the Marine Corps, studying glider piloting at Page Field, Parris Island, South Carolina, may some day land in battle dress on the outskirts of Berlin or Tokyo or on the heel of Italy's boot

Parris Island. Marine Corps gliders. Glad he's on our side, not theirs. This lieutenant of the Marine Corps, studying glider piloting at Page Field, Parris Island, South Carolina, may some day land in battle dress on the outskirts of Berlin or Tokyo or on the heel of Italy's boot

Parris Island. Marine Corps gliders. Glad he's on our side, not theirs. This lieutenant of the Marine Corps, studying glider piloting at Page Field, Parris Island, South Carolina, may some day land in battle dress on the outskirts of Berlin or Tokyo or on the heel of Italy's boot

Parris Island. Marine Corps gliders. The Marines are good at everything, including glider operation. Two lieutenants in training as pilots of the motorless airboats just before a flight from Page Field, Parris Island, South Carolina

Parris Island. Marine Corps gliders. Leave it to the Marines to make the best of all the new fighting tools. Gyrene glider pilots in training at Page Field, Parris Island, South Carolina take a six-week course during which each student must complete 1000 successful takeoffs and landings. The plane is towing the three gliders

Parris Island. Marine Corps gliders. Leave it to the Marines to make the best of all the new fighting tools. Gyrene glider pilots in training at Page Field, Parris Island, South Carolina take a six-week course during which each student must complete 1000 successful takeoffs and landings. The plane is towing the three gliders

Parris Island. Marine Corps gliders. Leave it to the Marines to make the best of all the new fighting tools. Gyrene glider pilots in training at Page Field, Parris Island, South Carolina take a six-week course during which each student must complete 1000 successful takeoffs and landings. The plane is towing the three gliders

Parris Island. Marine Corps gliders. Leave it to the Marines to make the best of all the new fighting tools. Gyrene glider pilots in training at Page Field, Parris Island, South Carolina take a six-week course during which each student must complete 1000 successful takeoffs and landings. The plane is towing the three gliders

Parris Island. Marine Corps gliders. Glad he's on our side, not theirs. This lieutenant of the Marine Corps, studying glider piloting at Page Field, Parris Island, South Carolina, may some day land in battle dress on the outskirts of Berlin or Tokyo or on the heel of Italy's boot

Parris Island. Marine Corps gliders. Glad he's on our side, not theirs. This lieutenant of the Marine Corps, studying glider piloting at Page Field, Parris Island, South Carolina, may some day land in battle dress on the outskirts of Berlin or Tokyo or on the heel of Italy's boot

A woman Marine recruit platoon from Series 10, Company K, marches back from a three-day field training exercise held at Page Field, Marine Corps Recruit Depot

A woman Marine recruit platoon from Series 10, Company K, marches back from a three-day field training exercise at Page Field, Marine Corps Recruit Depot. A tower used for rope rappelling training is in the background

A fire team on patrol during a field exercise at Page Field, Marine Corps Recruit Depot. The Marines are wearing camouflage utilities, field protective masks, backpacks, helmets and are carrying M-16A1 rifles

Sergeant (SGT) Patrick J. Ezel from the Weapons Field Training Battalion (WFTB), Field Training Company (FTC), Field Training Platoon (FTP), repels off the Parris Island Rappel Tower at Page Field, at Marine Corps Recruiting Depot (MCRD), Parris Island, South Carolina

Sergeant (SGT) Patrick J. Ezel from the Weapons Field Training Battalion (WFTB), Field Training Company (FTC), Field Training Platoon (FTP), repels off the Parris Island Rappel Tower at Page Field, at Marine Corps Recruiting Depot (MCRD), Parris Island, South Carolina

US Marine Corps (USMC) STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) John Lee, Combat Visual Information Center (CVIC), Marine Corps Recruit Depot (MCRD) Parris Island, South Carolina (SC), photographs recruit training at Page Field on Day 2 of the 54-hour Crucible, the final portion of recruit training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot (MCRD) Parris Island, South Carolina (SC)

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