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US Soldier in a Willys MA Jeep, United States, 1941. Note the fender-mounted headlamp of the MA rather than the more familiar behind the grille mount of the MB. Note also the soldier’s blue armband from a war game.

Caption   US Soldier in a Willys MA Jeep, United States, 1941. Note the fender-mounted headlamp of the MA rather than the more familiar behind the grille mount of the MB. Note also the soldier’s blue armband from a war game. ww2dbase
Source    ww2dbaseUnited States Army
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Added By David Stubblebine
Added Date 18 Aug 2017

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Licensing  Public Domain. According to the United States copyright law (United States Code, Title 17, Chapter 1, Section 105), in part, "[c]opyright protection under this title is not available for any work of the United States Government".



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