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US Army soldier posing with his M1 Garand rifle next to a M3 halftrack, Fort Knox, Kentucky, United States, Jun 1942, photo 4 of 4

Caption   US Army soldier posing with his M1 Garand rifle next to a M3 halftrack, Fort Knox, Kentucky, United States, Jun 1942, photo 4 of 4 ww2dbase
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Source    ww2dbaseUnited States Library of Congress
Identification Code   LC-DIG-fsac-1a35197
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M3 Half-Track   Main article  Photos  
M1 Garand   Main article  Photos  
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Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 29 Aug 2010

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1. Commenter identity confirmed Bill says:
6 Nov 2011 06:34:02 PM

POSE FOR THE CAMERS IN COMBAT THIS IS WHAT NOT TO DO: Its not a good idea to have light on your position, thats really exposing yourself, to enemy fire. That M1917 helmet has to go, it gives no protection at all. Another GI, should be manning that Browning M1917,.30 caliber machine gun providing fire as our GIs move out of the ambush area.

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