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    Some recent pick ups that are part of a group including letters. A good pic of him with all his kit on and a few with slouch hats in wear and one with a monkey. The group also included a few from the post war period which I have not shown here.

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    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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    My Pop ( sorry it was posted in another thread )

    IMG_0002 by Marc Russo (Australia), on Flickr


    My pop WW2 by Marc Russo (Australia), on Flickr


    IMG_0011 by Marc Russo (Australia), on Flickr


    IMG_0006 by Marc Russo (Australia), on Flickr


    IMG_0005 by Marc Russo (Australia), on Flickr


    IMG_0023 by Marc Russo (Australia), on Flickr


    IMG_0030 by Marc Russo (Australia), on Flickr


    IMG_0029 by Marc Russo (Australia), on Flickr[/QUOTE]

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    IMG_0044 by Marc Russo (Australia), on Flickr


    IMG_0036 by Marc Russo (Australia), on Flickr


    IMG_0021 by Marc Russo (Australia), on Flickr


    IMG_0025 by Marc Russo (Australia), on Flickr


    IMG_0046 by Marc Russo (Australia), on Flickr

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    Excellent photos posted here! Here are some recent US pick-ups of mine.

    BAR
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    Does anyone know what the "Q" in QMP stands for?

    Carbines in use probably somewhere in the pacific
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    Hey Bill, I think that the guys in that photo might actually be a mix of MP's (military police) and QM personnel (quartermasters). I know that 'QM' armbands exist, but I am pretty sure that 'QMP' doesn't mean anything.
    Looking for WWII U.S. dog tags

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    You know what Mo, I think youre right. That makes sense, especially looking at the armbands again, I think some say QM, other MP. Thanks man
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    picked up these two unknown allied service personal pics, one in a BD serge but with no insignia on it that I can see, though there is the slightest hint he has a cloth title on his right upper arm and one for a RAF man in a 4 pocket tunic with VR (Volunteer Reserve) patches on his arm, with a Kings crown cap badge, so pre 53.
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    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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    Here are a few that go together.

    This was the "home" of the 3986th Quartermaster Truck Co, U.S. Army in early 1945 when the unit was part of the "White Ball" highway system. Part of a letter written by the man who took the photos is quoted below:

    "In the early part of January we moved into a chateau on the west of Rouen, and it was very comfortable after spending so many weeks in tents. Near this chateau were heavy woods, and in these were wild boar and deer, and those deer were really large ones, too; the only time I saw them was one evening as I was coming home from town and they were in the center of the road. The lights from my jeep blinded them long enough for me to get close (and) get a good look at them, and they were an excellent pair of deer. Spring seemed to come very rapidly and as soon as it did get started, the wildflowers were out much earlier than they are at home, and of course they were different than those we have at home (except for the violets, and they are the same the world over, I guess). There were several French children in this neighborhood, and the caretaker of the estate we occupied had eight of them, and most of them were very small."

    G. Kelly
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