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Resting after a field maneuver.

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Camp in Japan

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The transport ship we went over on. We were lowered onto a transport ship for a week. We went to Chikasaki Beach in Japan and made a beach landing. then we went to McNair, then to Zama, We practiced mameuvers on the ship and had exercises for what we would do if an Atomic bomb hit. The Atomic bomb was relatively new back then. L/R: Don Fleiger, George Ehler, Don Britton, Richard Eidsone, Bill Devore, Unknown (Mess Sgt), Robert Gecich, Sgt Larson and Walter Hanlon. (Photo submitted by Robert Gecich)
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Sewing bee. Robert Gecich in front.

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Unknown

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PX, May1951. Camp Haugen, Japan

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L/R: George Ehler, Don Fliger and Bob Gillman.

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George Ehler on left.

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Polishing the old M 1 rifle. George Ehler on right.

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Troop entertainment.

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Robert Gecich (Lewiston, ID)

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Sekine Bivouac, June 25, 1951

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Back L/R: George Ehler, Unknown, Unknown. Front L/R: Unknown, Richard Eidsone, Bill Devore, Don Britton.
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Sekine June 25, 1951

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George Ehler in front of bunker.

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Choasary Hotel

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L/R: Bob Grant, George Ehler, machine gun bunker. F Co outpost.

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Getting ready for the Saturday Evening Dance, Japan

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Robert Gillman on left, George Brady on right. Gillmans jaw is swollen as he just had some teeth pulled. Brady and Gillman being jokers. Brady was pretending he just hit Gillman on the jaw.
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L/R: Unknown, George Ehler

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Yamanaka

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News article

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News article

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Chinese propaganda flyer Robert Gecich picked up out of the snow while on a trail. The Chinese would drop these flyers in an attempt to discourage the U S soldiers.
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