27 items in this album on 2 pages.

105mm Howitzer M2A1 crew of 64th Field Artillery Battalion, US 25th Infantry Division near Uirson, Korea, 27 Aug 1950US Army CH-21C Shawnee helicopter transporting M101 105mm howitzer, circa 1960sAmerican helicopter lowering M101 105mm howitzer during the construction of a mountin-top fire base in Vietnam, 1 Jun 1968; the Marine in foreground was with US 3rd Marine DivisionMen of US 3rd Marine Division preparing to load a round into their M101 105mm howitzer, Vietnam, 1 Jun 1968
105mm Howitzer M2A1 crew of 64th Field Artillery Battalion, US 25th Infantry Division near Uirson, Korea, 27 Aug 1950US Army CH-21C Shawnee helicopter transporting M101 105mm howitzer, circa 1960sAmerican helicopter lowering M101 105mm howitzer during the construction of a mountin-top fire base in Vietnam, 1 Jun 1968; the Marine in foreground was with US 3rd Marine DivisionMen of US 3rd Marine Division preparing to load a round into their M101 105mm howitzer, Vietnam, 1 Jun 1968
Men of US 3rd Marine Division setting up two M101 105mm howitzers during the construction of a mountain-top fire base, Vietnam, 1 Jun 1968American troops taking delivery of a M101 105mm howitzer with ammunition pallet while a CH-47 Chinook helicopter landed another, Vietnam, 1968Men of Royal New Zealand Artillery carrying out a fire mission, Vietnam, late 1960s
Men of US 3rd Marine Division setting up two M101 105mm howitzers during the construction of a mountain-top fire base, Vietnam, 1 Jun 1968American troops taking delivery of a M101 105mm howitzer with ammunition pallet while a CH-47 Chinook helicopter landed another, Vietnam, 1968Men of Royal New Zealand Artillery carrying out a fire mission, Vietnam, late 1960s

27 items in this album on 2 pages.

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