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  1. Just noticed that by using 400+ images in this GIF, it takes 3-10 seconds to load depending on your internet connection.
  2. I was inspired by your post and did my own test. Hope you don't mind me posting here! Continue the conversation about using this technology to expand how we show items on this forum. I do agree with NO QUARTER, would be great to click on image to have it pause.
  3. wow, great idea. I am inspired now! Will have to try this out too. Thanks
  4. The auction ends today. Thought I would pass along to anyone interested. The photos of the women playing baseball are pretty awesome. Will save some of the images here for posterity. https://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-WAC-Photo-Album-Womens-Army-Corps-in-Germany-1946-1947-Softball-Team/224061609873?hash=item342b1cd791:g:dRoAAOSwSRRe-UBY
  5. Any mention of him working with the French? Curious what that was all about.
  6. Nice helmet. The only R.W. Kohne that comes up in a muster search is Robert William Kohne from Indiana. Makes sense as you are not far from where he passed.
  7. Donald C Partington. He was a stateside rifle instructor. In April 1945 he was transferred to the 5th Mar Div.
  8. I did a quick search of the name on the chinstrap. Looks like a Navy stencil to me. I found only 1 match in the musters for an L.T. Freeman (Levi T. Freeman). Turns out he served in Patrol Squadron 32 during most of WWII in the Panama Canal area. They were attached to the Army Air Corps during that time. Coincidence or is that the guy???
  9. The handwriting match is iffy but the letter C with the swirl is spot on with the C on the inside of the shell... but the handwriting on the shell vs the liner shows differences as well...if that means anything
  10. I see a Leonard Richards Brown from Chico, CA (Northern California). 1907-1989. He retired a Major. Possible match?
  11. Would like to get some thoughts on this "UNIS" mark from some WWII USMC experts. Ive never seen anything like it. This is on the back of a P41 shirt. Could it be 11th Amphibian Tractor Battalion, C Company? Is the #4 the rank of the Marine? Lieutenant? Thanks in advance!
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