155 mm Howitzer Carriage M1917 or M1918 howitzer and crew in exercise, Camp Carson, Colorado, United States, 24 Apr 1943, photo 1 of 2155 mm Howitzer Carriage M1917 or M1918 howitzer and crew in exercise, Camp Carson, Colorado, United States, 24 Apr 1943, photo 2 of 237 mm Gun M3 and crew in exercise, Camp Carson, Colorado, United States, 24 Apr 1943An improvised jeep ambulance at a training camp in Camp Carson, Colorado, United States, 24 Apr 1943
155 mm Howitzer Carriage M1917 or M1918 howitzer and crew in exercise, Camp Carson, Colorado, United States, 24 Apr 1943, photo 1 of 2155 mm Howitzer Carriage M1917 or M1918 howitzer and crew in exercise, Camp Carson, Colorado, United States, 24 Apr 1943, photo 2 of 237 mm Gun M3 and crew in exercise, Camp Carson, Colorado, United States, 24 Apr 1943An improvised jeep ambulance at a training camp in Camp Carson, Colorado, United States, 24 Apr 1943
An US Army soldier practicing throwing a grenade from a foxhole toward a M10 tank destroyer, Camp Carson, Colorado, United States, 24 Apr 1943Arrested Jewish department heads of the Brauer helmet factory, Warsaw, Poland, shortly after 1700 hours on 24 Apr 1943, photo 1 of 2Arrested Jewish department heads of the Brauer helmet factory, Warsaw, Poland, shortly after 1700 hours on 24 Apr 1943, photo 2 of 2US Army troops training with 81mm M1 mortar, Camp Carson, Colorado, United States, 24 Apr 1943; note M1 Carbine
An US Army soldier practicing throwing a grenade from a foxhole toward a M10 tank destroyer, Camp Carson, Colorado, United States, 24 Apr 1943Arrested Jewish department heads of the Brauer helmet factory, Warsaw, Poland, shortly after 1700 hours on 24 Apr 1943, photo 1 of 2Arrested Jewish department heads of the Brauer helmet factory, Warsaw, Poland, shortly after 1700 hours on 24 Apr 1943, photo 2 of 2US Army troops training with 81mm M1 mortar, Camp Carson, Colorado, United States, 24 Apr 1943; note M1 Carbine
USS Ancon underway, Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 24 Apr 1943
USS Ancon underway, Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 24 Apr 1943


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