292 items in this album on 15 pages.

A close-up of a British heavily armed patrol of L Detachment SAS in their jeeps, just back from a three month patrol, 18 Jan 1943; note twin-mounted Vickers K machine guns; photo 3 of 3Franklin Roosevelt speaking with George Patton, Casablanca, French Morocco, 18 Jan 1943Franklin Roosevelt inspecting facilities in Natal, Brazil as he travels back to the United States after the Casablanca Conference, 28 Jan 1943. Brazilian president Getulio Vargas is seated in the back seat of the Jeep.Rarely seen stretcher variant of the Ford GPA Sea Jeep (or Seep) in Tunisia, North Africa, 1943; note early use of the white Spade emblem
A close-up of a British heavily armed patrol of L Detachment SAS in their jeeps, just back from a three month patrol, 18 Jan 1943; note twin-mounted Vickers K machine guns; photo 3 of 3Franklin Roosevelt speaking with George Patton, Casablanca, French Morocco, 18 Jan 1943Franklin Roosevelt inspecting facilities in Natal, Brazil as he travels back to the United States after the Casablanca Conference, 28 Jan 1943. Brazilian president Getulio Vargas is seated in the back seat of the Jeep.Rarely seen stretcher variant of the Ford GPA Sea Jeep (or Seep) in Tunisia, North Africa, 1943; note early use of the white Spade emblem
A Jeep brought litters to the B-17F Fortress “The Old Man” of the 65th Bomb Squadron shortly after landing at Dobodura, New Guinea, Mar 8 1943. The B-17 was attacked by 13 Japanese fighters during a photo-recon mission over Gasmata, New BritainUS personnel in the Pacific checking their map on a Willys MB slat-grille Jeep, 15 Mar 1943B-24D Liberator An improvised jeep ambulance at a training camp in Camp Carson, Colorado, United States, 24 Apr 1943
A Jeep brought litters to the B-17F Fortress “The Old Man” of the 65th Bomb Squadron shortly after landing at Dobodura, New Guinea, Mar 8 1943. The B-17 was attacked by 13 Japanese fighters during a photo-recon mission over Gasmata, New BritainUS personnel in the Pacific checking their map on a Willys MB slat-grille Jeep, 15 Mar 1943B-24D Liberator 'Superman' at Funafuti, Gilbert Islands, 20 Apr 1943, photo 3 of 4; note damage sustained in combat over NauruAn improvised jeep ambulance at a training camp in Camp Carson, Colorado, United States, 24 Apr 1943
United States Army troops enter Tunis, Tunisia, May 1943.Jeep, WC-4 truck, and 37 mm Gun M3 of US 811th Tank Destroyer Battalion, Camp Carson, Colorado, United States, 1 May 1943Air crew posing on Jeep in front of B-17F US Army gun crew preparing to fire a 37mm sub-caliber mounted on a 75mm field howitzer during range practice, Sanskeid Range, Iceland, 20 Jun 1943; note M8 carriage
United States Army troops enter Tunis, Tunisia, May 1943.Jeep, WC-4 truck, and 37 mm Gun M3 of US 811th Tank Destroyer Battalion, Camp Carson, Colorado, United States, 1 May 1943Air crew posing on Jeep in front of B-17F 'Our Gang' of 324th BS, 91st BG, US 8th Air Force, Bassingbourn, England, United Kingdom, 15 Jun 1943; note cowling art in addition to nose artUS Army gun crew preparing to fire a 37mm sub-caliber mounted on a 75mm field howitzer during range practice, Sanskeid Range, Iceland, 20 Jun 1943; note M8 carriage
A member of the 2107th Ordinance-Ammo Battalion inspecting a store of 4000-pound bombs, some under camouflage netting, along the roadside at the Sharnbrook Ordinance  Depot, Bedfordshire, England, UK.  July 1943B-17F Flying Fortress bomber Landing scene on Red Beach at Gela, Sicily, 10 Jul 1943; note LCI(L)-220 at left, a LCM from USS Bellatrix, two LCVPs, and a jeepLST-4 off the beaches of Gela, Sicily, 10 Jul 1943. Note the LCVPs suspended from her davits and note the LCVP’s peculiar spoonbill bow that was so instrumental to the boat’s success.
A member of the 2107th Ordinance-Ammo Battalion inspecting a store of 4000-pound bombs, some under camouflage netting, along the roadside at the Sharnbrook Ordinance Depot, Bedfordshire, England, UK. July 1943B-17F Flying Fortress bomber 'Our Gang' of US 8th Air Force, 91st Bomb Group, 324th Bombing Squadron at Bassingbourn, England, United Kingdom, Jun or Jul 1943; note Jeep with fuel tank under driverLanding scene on Red Beach at Gela, Sicily, 10 Jul 1943; note LCI(L)-220 at left, a LCM from USS Bellatrix, two LCVPs, and a jeepLST-4 off the beaches of Gela, Sicily, 10 Jul 1943. Note the LCVPs suspended from her davits and note the LCVP’s peculiar spoonbill bow that was so instrumental to the boat’s success.
USS Boise firing on armor forces near Gela, Sicily, Italy as LST-325, full of US Army trucks, approached the landing beaches, 11 Jul 1943LST unloading vehicles and supplies on the beach in Gela, Sicily, Italy, Jul 1943; note Ford GPW Jeep in foregroundBritish and American servicemen loading wounded soldiers onto a C-47 Skytrain transport at Agrigento, Sicily for transportation to hospitals in Africa, 25 Jul 1943. Note litter Jeep and WC54 ambulances.A Marine Corps TBM-1C Avenger of the 7th Fleet Command undergoing some maintenance at the Cyclops aerodrome, Hollandia, New Guinea, Jul-Aug 1943. Note the Jeep and the tail of an Army A-24 Banshee painted as a target tug.
USS Boise firing on armor forces near Gela, Sicily, Italy as LST-325, full of US Army trucks, approached the landing beaches, 11 Jul 1943LST unloading vehicles and supplies on the beach in Gela, Sicily, Italy, Jul 1943; note Ford GPW Jeep in foregroundBritish and American servicemen loading wounded soldiers onto a C-47 Skytrain transport at Agrigento, Sicily for transportation to hospitals in Africa, 25 Jul 1943. Note litter Jeep and WC54 ambulances.A Marine Corps TBM-1C Avenger of the 7th Fleet Command undergoing some maintenance at the Cyclops aerodrome, Hollandia, New Guinea, Jul-Aug 1943. Note the Jeep and the tail of an Army A-24 Banshee painted as a target tug.

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