Charles Rogers was fighting with the Second Marine Division on the island of Saipan when a group of Japanese aircraft were captured in June 1944. Rogers recovered identifying Japanese fabric marking, a simple red circle on the side of one of the planes, and folded it up into a 10- by 10-inch square. Representing the Rising Sun, U.S. servicemen called the large red circles on Japanese planes “meatballs.” The Japanese flag above is signed by several of Rogers’ Second Marine Division buddies, and several smaller items in the Japanese case are also part of Rogers’ personal collection.