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[Woodlawn, home of Nelly Custis Lewis, Mount Vernon, Va.]

[Woodlawn, home of Nelly Custis Lewis, Mount Vernon, Va.]

Woodlawn, home of Nelly Custis Lewis, Mount Vernon, Va.

Woodlawn, home of Nelly Custis Lewis, Mount Vernon, Va.

Camp Humphries [Camp A.A. Humphreys, Fort Belvoir, Virginia]

Camp Humphries Camp A.A. Humphreys, Fort Belvoir, Virginia

Camp Humphries [Camp A.A. Humphreys, Fort Belvoir, Virginia]

Camp Humphries Camp A.A. Humphreys, Fort Belvoir, Virginia

Soldier. Fort Belvoir, Virginia

Soldier. Fort Belvoir, Virginia

Fort Belvoir troops proceed to flood area. Fort Belvoir, Va. Company B of the 5th Regiment of Engineers, stationed at this post a short distance from the Capitol, mobilized complete campaign equipment today and prepared to entrain immediately for the devastated flood area near Louisville, Ky. in this photo one of the boats to be used is shown being put aboard the train

Color guard of Negro engineers, Ft. Belvoir(?), [Va.]

Color guard of Negro engineers, Ft. Belvoir(?), Va.

Color guard of Negro engineers, Ft. Belvoir(?), [Va.]

Color guard of Negro engineers, Ft. Belvoir(?), [Va.]

Color guard of Negro engineers, Ft. Belvoir(?), [Va.]

An American pineapple, of the kind the Axis finds hard to digest, is ready to leave the hand of an infantryman in training at Fort Belvoir, Va. American soldiers make good grenade throwers

Color guard of Negro engineers, Ft. Belvoir(?), [Va.]

An American pineapple, of the kind the Axis finds hard to digest, is ready to leave the hand of an infantryman in training at Fort Belvoir, Va. American soldiers make good grenade throwers

Color guard of Negro engineers, Ft. Belvoir(?), [Va.]

Soldiers at Fort Belvoir, Virginia

Soldiers at Fort Belvoir, Virginia

Soldiers at Fort Belvoir, Virginia

Soldiers at Fort Belvoir, Virginia

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Soldiers

Soldiers at Fort Belvoir, Virginia

Soldiers at Fort Belvoir, Virginia

Uniform for engineer replacement center, Fort Belvoir, Va.

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Tank driver

Tank driver. Fort Belvoir, Virginia

Tank driver. Fort Belvoir, Virginia

Tank driver. Fort Belvoir, Virginia

Soldiers at Fort Belvoir, Virginia

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Tank driver

Soldiers at Fort Belvoir, Virginia

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Tank driver

Soldiers at Fort Belvoir, Virginia

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Tank driver

Soldiers at Fort Belvoir, Virginia

Tank driver. Fort Belvoir, Virginia

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Soldiers

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Soldiers

Soldiers at Fort Belvoir, Virginia

Soldiers at Fort Belvoir, Virginia

Soldiers at Fort Belvoir, Virginia

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Tank driver

Tank driver. Fort Belvoir, Virginia

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Soldiers

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Tank driver

Soldiers at Fort Belvoir, Virginia

Soldiers at Fort Belvoir, Virginia

Soldiers at Fort Belvoir, Virginia

Soldiers at Fort Belvoir, Virginia

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Negro infantry. These Negro infantrymen, enjoying a well-earned rest period during training exercises at Fort Belvoir, Virginia, represent a good type of soldier. When the Engineer Corps regiment to which they belong is graduated from Fort Belvoir they will be well prepared for military duty

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. At the clothing warehouse George Camblair started with nothing and comes out completely equiped with clothing

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Sergeant George Camblair used to work as a lens grinder in an optical firm. His employer said he had the makings of a good lens grinder

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Sergeant George Camblair playing a game of billiards with friends in the recreation room at camp while waiting for mess call

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Constantine P. Lihas, a twenty-one year old Greek-American soldier, formerly a material handler at the General Electric Company plant at Pittsburgh. Both parents were born in Greece; father came to the United States in 1906, mother in 1921. He was born in this country and has been in the army five months. Lihas at his trunk in the barracks

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Sergeant George Camblair learning how to make up his pack

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. A burning armored tank, showing the effects of a hit by a "Molotov cocktail" grenade

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. A soldier on the ground practicing with a rifle

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Constantine P. Lihas, a twenty-one year old Greek-American soldier, formerly a material handler at the General Electric Company plant at Pittsburgh. Both parents were born in Greece; father came to the United States in 1906, mother in 1921. He was born in this country and has been in the army five months. Lihas at his trunk in the barracks

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. A soldier chopping down a tree

Fort Belvoir, Virginia (vicinity). Sergeant George Camblair on a march along the road near camp

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Constantine P. Lihas, a twenty-one year old Greek-American soldier, formerly a material handler at the General Electric Company plant at Pittsburgh. Both parents were born in Greece; father came to the United States in 1906, mother in 1921. He was born in this country and has been in the army five months. Lihas on the drill field

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Two soldiers, wearing heavy gloves, handling barbed wire steel screw type picket

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Negro grenade throwers. A Negro infantryman in training at Fort Belvoir, Virginia, poised to throw an American pineapple of the kind the Axis finds hard to digest. American soldiers make good grenade throwers

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. A soldier using a barbed wire anchor spike to screw in a picket. He is wearing special gloves that are made for handling barbed wire

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Constantine P. Lihas, a twenty-one year old Greek-American soldier, formerly a material handler at the General Electric Company plant at Pittsburgh. Both parents were born in Greece; father came to the United States in 1906, mother in 1921. He was born in this country and has been in the army five months. Lihas in gas mask and decontamination suit

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. George Camblair getting his trousers at the clothing warehouse

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. A sergeant issuing orders over a loud speaker

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. A soldier of the United States Army engineer corps paddling a barge

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Sergeant George Camblair learning to drive a jeep

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Sergeant George Camblair taking a shower at camp

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Sergeant George Camblair getting instruction on the rifle range

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Constantine P. Lihas, a twenty-one year old Greek-American soldier, formerly a material handler at the General Electric Company plant at Pittsburgh. Both parents were born in Greece; father came to the United States in 1906, mother in 1921. He was born in this country and has been in the army five months. Lihas in the turret of a tank

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Constantine P. Lihas, a twenty-one year old Greek-American soldier, formerly a material handler at the General Electric Company plant at Pittsburgh. Both parents were born in Greece; father came to the United States in 1906, mother in 1921. He was born in this country and has been in the army five months. Lihas in the top turret of a tank

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Negro grenade throwers. A Negro infantryman in training at Fort Belvoir, Virginia, poised to throw an American pineapple of the kind the Axis finds hard to digest. American soldiers make good grenade throwers

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Sergeant George Camblair learning how to use a gas mask in a practice smokescreen

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Constantine P. Lihas, a twenty-one year old Greek-American soldier, formerly a material handler at the General Electric Company plant at Pittsburgh. Both parents were born in Greece; father came to the United States in 1906, mother in 1921. He was born in this country and has been in the army five months

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Sergeant George Camblair learning how to make up his pack

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Sergeant George Camblair coming out of the post exchange with newspapers and ice cream

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Issuing an overcoat to George Camblair at the clothing warehouse

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. A soldier drinking from a G.I. water canteen

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Negro tank crews. Commander of a Negro tank crew in training at Fort Belvoir, Virginia. The hard, steady routine of war exercises at this post is changing men with little or no previous experience into competent tank crew members, infantrymen and specialists in the manifold tasks of the Engineer Corps

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Negro tank crews. Member of an all-Negro tank crew in training at Fort Belvoir, Virginia. The hard, steady routine of war exercises at this post is changing men with little or no previous experience into competent tank crew members, infantrymen and specialists in the manifold tasks of the Engineer Corps

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Sergeant George Camblair getting rigorous physical training on the obstacle course

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Sergeant George Camblair getting rigorous physical training on the obstacle course

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Sergeant George Camblair learning the operation of a tank

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. George Camblair taking several writen examinations at the reception center

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. A soldier standing beside a truck with a mounted crane on it

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. George Camblair leaving the warehouse to join other inductees for inspection

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Sergeant George Camblair learning the manual of arms

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Sergeant George Camblair writing letters home from camp

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. United States Army Engineer Corps soldiers in training carrying some heavy equipment for the construction of a bridge or pier

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Sergeant George Camblair learning to use the bayonet

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Constantine P. Lihas, a twenty-one year old Greek-American soldier, formerly a material handler at the General Electric Company plant at Pittsburgh. Both parents were born in Greece; father came to the United States in 1906, mother in 1921. He was born in this country and has been in the army five months. Lihas repairing a gas mask

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Sergeant George Camblair is taught how to play "chopsticks" on the piano in the recreation hall at his camp

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Sergeant George Camblair taking a shower before dinner at camp

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. A soldier throwing a hand grenade