This linen card shows a U.S. bomber hanging out of his plane (and one in the distance) dropping bombs on Japan. There are a decent number of military cards I have seen that portray the U.S. beating up on Japanese people. It was sent by Chester Meredith shortly before he joined the Army in June of 1943.
“I am getting this card off to you before I leave for the army. Will maybe get a chance to see you some time.” Mailed to Carl J. Scheloske (?) in Erie, PA.
From what I could find on the internet, it looks like Chester made it through the war. As you can see on the back of the card, it says Mechanicsburg, PA at the top and the bottom. There is a Chester W. Meredith buried in Tower City, PA (an hour from Mechanicsburg) who served in the army. I am pretty sure this is him. He was born in 1916 and died in 2001.