Camp Carson

Type   Army Base
Historical Name of Location   El Paso, Colorado, United States

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Photographs

James W. Gustin, Jr. with mule Meatball, Camp Carson, Colorado, United States, 1943Men of US 5332nd Brigade (Provisional), possibly at a train station near Camp Carson, Colorado, United States, 1943Men of US 5332nd Brigade (Provisional), possibly at Camp Carson, Colorado, United States, 1943Men of US 5332nd Brigade (Provisional), possibly at Camp Carson, Colorado, United States, 1943
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WW2-Era Place Name El Paso, Colorado, United States
Lat/Long 38.5556, -104.8425
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James W. Gustin, Jr. with mule Meatball, Camp Carson, Colorado, United States, 1943
See all 12 photographs of Camp Carson




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