Tokyo and Surrender

CITATION Commendation Ribbon authorized Rear Admiral, U.S. Navy A.D. STRUBLE Commander AMPHIBIOUS FORCES United State Pacific Fleet To: Lieutenant Martin J. Ward Untied State Naval Reserve 8”x10.5”
Commendation Ribbon Lieutenant Martin J. Ward, USNR 3319 Stevens Avenue Minneapolis, Minnesota 9.5”x12”
HOUSE of P.Y. CHONG MENU Waikiki Honolulu, T.H. Ca. October 1945 15”x9”
HOUSE of P.Y. CHONG MENU Waikiki Honolulu, T.H. Ca. October 1945 15”x9”
Navy Department BUREAU OF NAVAL PERSONNEL 15 November 1946 Commendation Ribbon Lieutenant Martin J. Ward, USNR 3319 Stevens Avenue Minneapolis, Minnesota 8”x10.5”
President of the United States of America Martin John Ward A Lieutenant Commander Naval Reserve of the United States 2 May 1949 427029 8”x10.5”
TOKYO HARBOR-HONSHU, JAPAN Sortie 3PR-5M77-2 Photo By XXI Bomber Command 11 March 1945 19”x11”
U.S.S. Lenawee Lt. Martin J. Ward was at Tokyo Bay on September 2, 1945 T he official day of surrender of the Japanese Empire to close World War II 13”x9.5”