55 items in this album on 3 pages.

Dodge WC54 3/4-ton field ambulance in rare camouflage paint scheme, Pacific Theater, 1942-1945New Dodge WC54 3/4-ton field ambulances awaiting embarkation overseas, Detroit, Michigan, United States, 1943-1945LST-68 at Oro Bay, New Guinea, with US Marine casualties returning from Cape Gloucester, New Britain being assisted into WC54 ambulances, 8 Jan 1944WC-54 ambulances waiting for returning B-24 Liberator bombers of the 453rd Bomb Group at Old Buckenham in England, United Kingdom, Mar 16, 1944
Dodge WC54 3/4-ton field ambulance in rare camouflage paint scheme, Pacific Theater, 1942-1945New Dodge WC54 3/4-ton field ambulances awaiting embarkation overseas, Detroit, Michigan, United States, 1943-1945LST-68 at Oro Bay, New Guinea, with US Marine casualties returning from Cape Gloucester, New Britain being assisted into WC54 ambulances, 8 Jan 1944WC-54 ambulances waiting for returning B-24 Liberator bombers of the 453rd Bomb Group at Old Buckenham in England, United Kingdom, Mar 16, 1944
WC-54 ambulances at RAF Kimbolton, England waiting as returning B-17 Fortress bombers of the 379th Bomb Group fly overhead, May 13, 1944In a port in England, a loaded LCVP Landing Craft from the Attack Transport USS Joseph T. Dickman brought troops to the ship for the crossing to Normandy, June 1944. Note Rhino barge loaded with WC54 AmbulancesLST-357 loading vehicles in an English port, in preparation for the invasion of France, circa late May or early Jun 1944A United States Navy LST ferrying a US Army field hospital unit toward Omaha Beach, Normandie, France, 6 Jun 1944.
WC-54 ambulances at RAF Kimbolton, England waiting as returning B-17 Fortress bombers of the 379th Bomb Group fly overhead, May 13, 1944In a port in England, a loaded LCVP Landing Craft from the Attack Transport USS Joseph T. Dickman brought troops to the ship for the crossing to Normandy, June 1944. Note Rhino barge loaded with WC54 AmbulancesLST-357 loading vehicles in an English port, in preparation for the invasion of France, circa late May or early Jun 1944A United States Navy LST ferrying a US Army field hospital unit toward Omaha Beach, Normandie, France, 6 Jun 1944.
LSTs landing vehicles and cargo on a Normandy beach, June 1944, photo 1 of 2LCT-550 landing Dodge WC54 field ambulances of the 546th Medical Company at Normandy, France, Jun 12, 1944; note snorkel tube for fording streams on lead ambulance.B-26C Marauder “Carefree Carolyn” of the 552nd Bomb Squadron makes a wheels-up landing after having her hydraulics shot out, RAF Great Dunmow, Essex, England, June 15 1944. Note the WC54 Ambulance and fire crews rushing to the scene. Photo 1 of 2LCT-855 landing Dodge WC54 field ambulances at Normandy, France, Jun 1944
LSTs landing vehicles and cargo on a Normandy beach, June 1944, photo 1 of 2LCT-550 landing Dodge WC54 field ambulances of the 546th Medical Company at Normandy, France, Jun 12, 1944; note snorkel tube for fording streams on lead ambulance.B-26C Marauder “Carefree Carolyn” of the 552nd Bomb Squadron makes a wheels-up landing after having her hydraulics shot out, RAF Great Dunmow, Essex, England, June 15 1944. Note the WC54 Ambulance and fire crews rushing to the scene. Photo 1 of 2LCT-855 landing Dodge WC54 field ambulances at Normandy, France, Jun 1944
Marmite cans with blood collected from rear echelon troops in England, United Kingdom were being transferred from Dodge WC54 Ambulance to waiting Noorduyn UC-64A Norseman for air transport to NormandyUS Army convoy passing through the remains of Saint-Lô, France during the Normandy invasion, 29 Jul 1944; note Jeeps, CCKW 2-1/2 ton transports, Studebaker M29 Weasel, and Dodge WC54 field ambulanceWounded aircrewmen are helped off B-24H Liberator “Liberty Lib” of the 752nd Bomb Squadron at RAF Horsham St Faith, Norfolk, England, UK after a raid on the Dornier factory at Lubeck, Germany, Aug 25 1944. Note the WC54 Ambulance.African-American US Army ambulance driver Private William A. Reynolds displaying a 0.50-cal machine gun bullet stuck in the windshield of his vehicle after German aircraft strafing, France, 1944
Marmite cans with blood collected from rear echelon troops in England, United Kingdom were being transferred from Dodge WC54 Ambulance to waiting Noorduyn UC-64A Norseman for air transport to NormandyUS Army convoy passing through the remains of Saint-Lô, France during the Normandy invasion, 29 Jul 1944; note Jeeps, CCKW 2-1/2 ton transports, Studebaker M29 Weasel, and Dodge WC54 field ambulanceWounded aircrewmen are helped off B-24H Liberator “Liberty Lib” of the 752nd Bomb Squadron at RAF Horsham St Faith, Norfolk, England, UK after a raid on the Dornier factory at Lubeck, Germany, Aug 25 1944. Note the WC54 Ambulance.African-American US Army ambulance driver Private William A. Reynolds displaying a 0.50-cal machine gun bullet stuck in the windshield of his vehicle after German aircraft strafing, France, 1944
Convoy of Dodge WC54 ambulances leaving the 28th General Hospital, Liège, Belgium, fall 1944Covered ramp to waiting Hospital Ship, Leghorn, Italy; Dodge WC54 ambulances bringing patients for evacuation to Naples; fall 1944Medical staff and their WC-54 ambulances waiting for returning B-17 bombers, probably at RAF Ridgewell, Essex, England, United Kingdom, 1944-45. Note the flare shot from the B-17 indicating wounded personnel on boardAmerican ambulance waiting outside a bombed building in Bastogne, Belgium while a searcher looked for persons injured during the ten-day defense by US 101st Airborne Division, 26 Dec 1944
Convoy of Dodge WC54 ambulances leaving the 28th General Hospital, Liège, Belgium, fall 1944Covered ramp to waiting Hospital Ship, Leghorn, Italy; Dodge WC54 ambulances bringing patients for evacuation to Naples; fall 1944Medical staff and their WC-54 ambulances waiting for returning B-17 bombers, probably at RAF Ridgewell, Essex, England, United Kingdom, 1944-45. Note the flare shot from the B-17 indicating wounded personnel on boardAmerican ambulance waiting outside a bombed building in Bastogne, Belgium while a searcher looked for persons injured during the ten-day defense by US 101st Airborne Division, 26 Dec 1944

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