Colonel Marcel Crombez and General Frank Lowe. Colonel Crombez commanded the 5th Cavalry regiment when they captured Pyongyang, Korea.
Sign attracts attention of jeep occupants as they move into Germany from Belgium.
This is a photograph of an unoccupied Jeep facing the hills in Japan. The exact location is unknown. From Basil Rice.
Two United States military jeeps and a car are parked near a cluster of buildings in Japan.
Elaine Fischel sits in a military jeep next to an unknown soldier. Fischel was a legal secretary to defense attorney, John Brannon, at the International Military Tribunal of the Far East held at the War Ministry Building in Tokyo, Japan.
John Brannon crouches down in the middle of a street near military Jeeps. Brannon was a defense attorney for the Japanese war criminals during the International Military Tribunal for the Far East in Tokyo, Japan.
John Brannon, wearing a military uniform, stands by United States military Jeeps in post-war Tokyo, Japan. John Brannon was a defense attorney who represented Admiral Osami Nagano, Admiral Shigetaro Shimada, Koichi Kido, and Shigenori Togo at the International Military Tribunal of the Far East held at the War Ministry Building in Tokyo, Japan.
An unknown Japanese woman sits in a United States Military Jeep and smiles for the camera.
Richard Beckman, second from left, poses for a photo in front of a Jeep upon arrival in Berlin, Germany with five other men from his unit. Others are unidentified.
Richard Beckman, left, leans against an army Jeep on his 30th birthday on the day his assignment as a member of the United States Army's Criminal Investigation department arrived in Berlin, Germany. David Ginsburg is seated in the Jeep.