A poster for Tora! Tora! Tora! (1970).
From a photo caption accompanying an interesting essay on Pearl Harbor on the website of the National Park Service:
“At their barracks, near the foundation of a swimming pool under construction, three Marines gingerly seek out good vantage points from which to fire, while two peer skyward, keeping their eyes peeled for attacking Japanese planes. Headgear varies from Hawley helmet to garrison cap to none, but the weapon is the same for all — the Springfield 1903 rifle.”
“Lt. Col. Norman Cooling, commander of 3rd Bn., 3rd Marine Rgt., and Sgt. Maj. William Stables, the battalion sergeant major, get a kick out of serving Thanksgiving dinner to the troops Nov. 25 at Forward Operating Base Salerno, Afghanistan.” Photo Staff Sgt. Bradley Rhen.