Soldiers; Military personnel; Uniforms; Military uniforms; Helmets; Arms & armament; Gas masks; Military vehicles; Armored vehicles; Tanks (Military science); Campaigns & battles; War; World War, 1914-1918;
A member of the American Expeditionary Force walks in front of a supply tank at Caution Paddock (near Villeret). He appears to have a cigarette in his mouth. "GRIFF" is written on front of the tank. The faint image of a person in a knee-length...
This page is blank except for a drawing of a military tank that has been cut out from another sheet of paper and placed in the diary. Underneath the tank, Mitchener has written, "From the West" and "Lt. Hardy A. Mitchener." In addition to the...
World War, 1914-1918; War; Tanks (Military Science); Flags
Three hundred and first Tank Battalion. America's heavies going into action at Souplet on the morning of October 17, 1918. Note the American flag flying from one of the tanks. St. Souplet, Nord, France.
Armored vehicles; Tanks (Military science); Military personnel; Soldiers; Military uniforms; Military facilities; Signal stations
Two South Korean soldiers of the Tiger Division appear riding on an armored personnel carrier that has the image of a tiger painted on the front. To the left are the mountains and to the right and behind the tank are at least one soldier, some...
Military officers; Governors; Military maneuvers; Forests; Mud
Major General Allan W. Jones of the 106th Infantry Division explains tactical situation of problem to Governor Cooper and officers of the Tennessee State Guard, including Brigadier General Jacob McGavock Dickinson.
Military officers; Governors; Military maneuvers; Forests; Snow; Jeep automobiles; Military vehicles
Governor Prentice Cooper, Lt. General Lloyd Fredendall, Brigadier General J. M. Dickinson and Pvt. Floyd Laud of the Tennessee State Guard in a jeep on way to 106th Infantry Division command post on tour of maneuver area.