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I have a curiosity

Article about: what the American army did with helmets m1 after 3 wars they were used ???

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    Quote by ObKrieger View Post
    A lot of them ended up in places such as the Smith and Edwards lot here in Ogden, Utah.
    Have you visited this place ObKrieger?

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    I have not, but I have heard that all of the WWII-era helmets and other helmets of value dried up a long time ago. I suppose all that's left would be a few rusty 70's-era shells.

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    WOW. That ***** that the good ones have dried up though.

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    Quote by ObKrieger View Post
    I have not, but I have heard that all of the WWII-era helmets and other helmets of value dried up a long time ago. I suppose all that's left would be a few rusty 70's-era shells.
    Crickey mate! oh well, what a shame this really gives a person a picture to study over who hasn't seen a military operation a perspective on just how many people are involved with a campaign, I know personally, Ive been through 3 of them.
    God speed.

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    Have any more pictures of a link to a website?

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    If you Google the name it comes right up.

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    Thanks!

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