No. 145 (October 5, 1948)
Big red 1 "takes 10" , pp. - PDF (2.0 MB)
An MP Is on hand to guide the first elements of the 1st US Infantry Division to their bivouac area at scenic Garmisch, in Bavaria. The Big R Troops of the US ATmy's Is fantry Division enjoyed a well-eg week's rest at Garmisch recently performing strenuous manoeuvei the former German army tri grounds at Grafenwoehr. The 1st Infantry Division, b known as the Big Red 1 becau4 the shoulder patch which its t wear, really "took 10" upon mc into Bavaria's famous resort area boys pitched their tents in] shadow of 10,000-foot Zugspitze, est mountain in Germany, and rez Photography Almost totally covered az mental photographer, is Chicken for hungry troops of the 26th Infantry Regiment. Kitchen personnel of the Service Company are shown preparing the meal. Pvt. Robert J. Marcell (left) and Pic Hombert Lo2ada put their pup tent in order after arriving in the Garmisch area for a week's rest.
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