120 items in this album on 6 pages.

M3 Half-track vehicle at Fort Knox, Kentucky, United States, Jun 1942M3 light tank in training at Fort Knox, Kentucky, United States, Jun 1942, photo 1 of 4M3 light tank in training at Fort Knox, Kentucky, United States, Jun 1942, photo 2 of 4M3 light tank in training at Fort Knox, Kentucky, United States, Jun 1942, photo 3 of 4
M3 Half-track vehicle at Fort Knox, Kentucky, United States, Jun 1942M3 light tank in training at Fort Knox, Kentucky, United States, Jun 1942, photo 1 of 4M3 light tank in training at Fort Knox, Kentucky, United States, Jun 1942, photo 2 of 4M3 light tank in training at Fort Knox, Kentucky, United States, Jun 1942, photo 3 of 4
M3 light tank in training at Fort Knox, Kentucky, United States, Jun 1942, photo 4 of 4M3 medium tank and its US Army crew, Fort Knox, Kentucky, United States, June 1942M3 medium tank driver looking through the forward port hole, Fort Knox, Kentucky, United States, Jun 1942M3 medium tank in exercise, Fort Knox, Kentucky, United States, Jun 1942
M3 light tank in training at Fort Knox, Kentucky, United States, Jun 1942, photo 4 of 4M3 medium tank and its US Army crew, Fort Knox, Kentucky, United States, June 1942M3 medium tank driver looking through the forward port hole, Fort Knox, Kentucky, United States, Jun 1942M3 medium tank in exercise, Fort Knox, Kentucky, United States, Jun 1942
M3 medium tanks at Fort Knox, Kentucky, United States, Jun 1942M4 Sherman medium tank at the edge of a cliff, Fort Knox, Kentucky, United States, Jun 1942Member of a construction crew building a 33,000-volt electric power line into Fort Knox, Kentucky, United States, Jun 1942US Army M2 light tank traveling through mud obstacle, Fort Knox, Kentucky, United States, Jun 1942
M3 medium tanks at Fort Knox, Kentucky, United States, Jun 1942M4 Sherman medium tank at the edge of a cliff, Fort Knox, Kentucky, United States, Jun 1942Member of a construction crew building a 33,000-volt electric power line into Fort Knox, Kentucky, United States, Jun 1942US Army M2 light tank traveling through mud obstacle, Fort Knox, Kentucky, United States, Jun 1942
US Army maintenance crew washing a M3 Lee medium tank, Fort Knox, Kentucky, United States, Jun 1942US Army soldier posing with a Browning M1917 machine gun, Fort Knox, Kentucky, United States, Jun 1942US Army soldier posing with his M1 Garand rifle next to a M3 halftrack, Fort Knox, Kentucky, United States, Jun 1942, photo 1 of 4US Army soldier posing with his M1 Garand rifle next to a M3 halftrack, Fort Knox, Kentucky, United States, Jun 1942, photo 2 of 4
US Army maintenance crew washing a M3 Lee medium tank, Fort Knox, Kentucky, United States, Jun 1942US Army soldier posing with a Browning M1917 machine gun, Fort Knox, Kentucky, United States, Jun 1942US Army soldier posing with his M1 Garand rifle next to a M3 halftrack, Fort Knox, Kentucky, United States, Jun 1942, photo 1 of 4US Army soldier posing with his M1 Garand rifle next to a M3 halftrack, Fort Knox, Kentucky, United States, Jun 1942, photo 2 of 4
US Army soldier posing with his M1 Garand rifle next to a M3 halftrack, Fort Knox, Kentucky, United States, Jun 1942, photo 3 of 4US Army soldier posing with his M1 Garand rifle next to a M3 halftrack, Fort Knox, Kentucky, United States, Jun 1942, photo 4 of 4US troops training with M2 light tanks, Fort Knox, Kentucky, United States, Jun 1942American crew servicing an A-20 Havoc bomber, Langley Field, Virginia, United States, Jul 1942
US Army soldier posing with his M1 Garand rifle next to a M3 halftrack, Fort Knox, Kentucky, United States, Jun 1942, photo 3 of 4US Army soldier posing with his M1 Garand rifle next to a M3 halftrack, Fort Knox, Kentucky, United States, Jun 1942, photo 4 of 4US troops training with M2 light tanks, Fort Knox, Kentucky, United States, Jun 1942American crew servicing an A-20 Havoc bomber, Langley Field, Virginia, United States, Jul 1942

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