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GPW 1942 Alan Christenson ac

Depending on time and money, it took Alan Christenson about six years to restore his 1942 GPW. In addition to local parades, he enjoys driving it around town at least one a week. He gave the Jeep markings for an MP unit.

 

Jeff Latz sent this photo along with the explanation, “ Lieutenants Latz and Simmons, S-3 liaison officers, First Squadron, Sixth Armored Cavalry Regiment, look at maps on the hood of an M151 during training exercises at Fort Meade, Md., 1970-’71.”

Jeff Latz sent this photo along with the explanation, “ Lieutenants Latz and Simmons, S-3 liaison officers, First Squadron, Sixth Armored Cavalry Regiment, look at maps on the hood of an M151 during training exercises at Fort Meade, Md., 1970-’71.”

 

Wendy Anderson sent this photo of an M916 engine replacement. She photographed it while serving in Co. C, 224th Engineer Bn.

Wendy Anderson sent this photo of an M916 engine replacement. She photographed it while serving in Co. C, 224th Engineer Bn.

 

The only info on this early WWII snapshot is the handwritten note, “I’m standing by a light (13-ton) tank at the time a fellow took this of me.” John Adams-Graf collection

The only info on this early WWII snapshot is the handwritten note, “I’m standing by a light (13-ton) tank at the time a fellow took this of me.” John Adams-Graf collection

 

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Tom Masch’s Dad, Allan, photographed in 1958 with his M37.

 

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