508 RCT ca. 1950s, FORT BENNING, NC
[Items in quotation marks were on the back of the
photos, otherwise they are Jumpmaster comments]
and Morris" with a 4.2 mortar at Fort Benning either near the Main Post or
perhaps Sand Hill in the early 1950's.
"Morris and Wilkie"
The man on left is possibly Richard R. Morris who served in the
508th from 1951-54. Richard died in 1986.
"Morris" a self photo?
Contortionist a trooper gets himself into, or out of, shape
Up The Shot no pun intended
"Mortar Carriers" believed to be for 4.2 mortars
Back From The Field
an interesting old bus sits in front of a ruined building
(All above photos were purchased on EBay by Charles
French. Original owner unknown)
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