Photographs - Page 122 - National Archives, Camp Adair

These photos are from the National Archives, and all were shot at Camp Adair. A special thanks to Amy for her help in searching for these photos!
 

Men of the 70th Division cross a river in combat gear during a Red Cross swimming class at Avery Park, Corvallis, Oregon. 24 July 1943.

Men of the 70th Division demonstrate a method whereby they may move soundlessly across a river during combat operations. They learned this technique at the Red Cross swimming classes at Avery Park, Corvallis, Oregon. 24 July 1943.

Following a technique learned in Red Cross classes at Avery Park, Corvallis, Oregon, men of the 70th Division move soundlessly across a river as they would during combat operations. Here the first wave is about to leave the water and the second has just started to swim. 24 July 1943.

As taught in the Red Cross Water Safety course for combat troops at Avery Park, Corvallis, Ore., men of the 70th Division give a demonstration in formation swimming. They have been receiving instruction for several weeks. 24 July 1943.

Maj. Gen. J. E. Dahlquist. CO, 70th Division and his aids watch the 70th Division men give a demonstration of instruction received at the Red Cross swimming classes at Avery Park, Corvallis, Ore. 24 July 1943.

Standing with the 276th Infantry Softball trophy are (l-r) Tec. 5 Marvin Pugh, Special Services Athletic Director, COlonel Albert C. Morgan, and Lieutenant Frederic B. Hoppin, Regimental Special Services. Camp Adair, Oregon. 21 April 1944.

The 70th Division Infantry Day parade is lead by General Young at Bradley Bowl, Camp Adair, Oregon. 16 June 1944.

Troops receive overseas service medals during the 70th Division Infantry Day parade at Bradley Bowl, Camp Adair, Oregon. 16 June 1944.

A flamethrower demonstration during the 70th Division Infantry Day parade at Bradley Bowl, Camp Adair, Oregon. 16 June 1944.

A white phosphorus demstration during the 70th Division Infantry Day parade at Bradley Bowl, Camp Adair, Oregon. 16 June 1944.

Members of the 70th Division watch a pie baking demonstration using the field range at Bakers and Cooks School, Camp Adair, Oregon. 22 June 1944.

Sgt. Earl Hargrave, Cpl. Scialo Dominic, Capt. D. E. Breightler and Lt. Master stand beside the trophy presented to C/274 for being the best informed. Camp Adair, Oregon. 6 July 1944.

Several 6x6 trucks loaded on flatcars waiting for shipment by the 70th Infantry Division. Camp Adair, Oregon. 18 July 1944.

Three 6x6 compressor units loaded on flatcars for shipment for the 70th Infantry Division. Camp Adair, Oregon. 18 July 1944.

A 105 prime mover ready for shipment for the 70th Infantry Division. Camp Adair, Oregon. 18 July 1944.

Bull dozers ready for shipment of equipment for the 70th Infantry Division. Camp Adair, Oregon. 18 July 1944.

A winch truck loaded on flatcar ready for shipment of equipment for the 70th Infantry Division. Camp Adair, Oregon. 18 July 1944.

Six generals join the troops of Camp Adair, Ore., to watch a demostration of infantry fire on the range area. They are (l-r): Major General James L. Bradley, 96th Infantry Division; Major General Gilbert R. Cook, 104th Division; Major General William Livesay, 91st Division; Major general John E. Dahlquist, 70th Division; Brigadier General William C. Dunckel and Brigadier General Bryant E. Moore, both of the 104th Division. 17 July 1943.

Staff and troops at the 70th Division activation ceremony at Camp Adair, Oregon. 15 June 1943.

The 70th Infantry Division Band passes in review at the 70th Division activation ceremony. Camp Adair, Oregon. 15 June 1943.

883rd FA Bn. passing in review at 70th Division Activation Ceremony. Camp Adair, Oregon. 15 June 1943.

Brigadier General John E. Dahlquist and staff attend the 70th Division activation ceremony. Camp Adair, Oregon. 15 June 1943.

The 70th Infantry Division Military Police of the 70th "Trailblazer" Division, recently assigned to patrol the neighboring towns, falls into line for inspection." Camp Adair, Oregon, 1 March 1944.

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