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[Soldiers Engaged in Anti-Tank Practice]

Description: Photograph of 12th Armored Division soldiers engaged in anti-tank practice. Many of the uniformed and helmeted soldiers are standing back near a row of half-track vehicles. Others crouch near an anti-tank gun. A soldier on the bottom right looks through a pair of binoculars.
Date: 1944~
Creator: United States. Army. 12th Armored Division.
Partner: The 12th Armored Division Memorial Museum

[Single Propeller Plane "56"]

Description: Photograph of a single propeller airplane mid-flight. The fuselage left underside of its wing bear the image of an encircled white star with white bars protruding from its sides. The number 56 is written on the underside of the wing on the right. Flat scrub land is visible under the plane, as well as a line of small flags.
Date: May 13, 1944
Creator: United States. Army. Armored Division, 12th.
Partner: The 12th Armored Division Memorial Museum

[Photograph of 12th Armored Division Memorial Stone]

Description: Photograph of the 12th Armored Division memorial stone, taken at the 12th Armored Division Association Dedication at Armor Unit Memorial Park in Fort Knox, Kentucky. Text on the stone's plaque says "12th Armored Division 'Hellcats' 15 September 1942 - 17 December 1945. Commanding Generals M/G C. Brewer, M/G D. T. Greene, M/G R. R. Allen, B/G W. A. Holbrook, Jr."
Date: August 27, 1987
Partner: The 12th Armored Division Memorial Museum

[12th Armored Division Memorial]

Description: Photograph of a memorial to the 12th Armored Division near the Dyess Air Base in Abilene, Texas. It reads: "Dedicated to the memory of all men of the 12th Armored Division in World War II. Camp Barkeley, 1943-44." There is a list of 12th Armored Division units and division actions in the middle of the memorial. The text under that reads: "Installed by members and friends of the 12th Armored Division Association. Memorial Committee: R. O. Collier, M. R. Drum, M. L. Glover, F. G. Hatt, Jr., J. J. King, B. Leftwich".
Date: October 2001
Partner: The 12th Armored Division Memorial Museum

[Photograph of 56th Armored Infantry Battalion Memorial Stone]

Description: Photograph of the 56th Armored Infantry Battalion Memorial stone, taken at the 12th Armored Division Association Dedication at Armor Unit Memorial Park in Fort Knox, Kentucky. Text on the plaque says "11 Nov 43 - 3 Dec 45. Combat Commanders: Lt. Col. Louis L. Ingram, Lt. Col. Jean G. Norton. This monument is erected, not only in honor of the dead, but to the glory of all those who took part in the battles of the 56th Infantry Battalion, the dead and the survivors. Killed in action-232."
Date: August 27, 1987
Partner: The 12th Armored Division Memorial Museum

[Photograph of 494th Armored Field Artillery Battalion Memorial Stone]

Description: Photograph of the 494th Armored Field Artillery Battalion memorial stone, taken at the 12th Armored Division Association Dedication at Armor Unit Memorial Park in Fort Knox, Kentucky. Text on the plaque says "Lt. Col. Harold M. Crawford. Killed in action: 12. To the officers and men who served our country in its struggle for freedom, dignity and equality for all under God we dedicate this memorial."
Date: August 27, 1987
Partner: The 12th Armored Division Memorial Museum

[Photograph of 119th Armored Engineer Battalion Memorial Stone]

Description: Photograph of the 119th Armored Engineer Battalion Memorial stone, taken at the 12th Armored Division Association Dedication at Armor Unit Memorial Park in Fort Knox, Kentucky. Text on the plaque says "This monument is dedicated to all that served in the 119th Armored Engineer Battalion and to the memory of those that gave their lives for their country. To all that became prisoners of war and wounded in action. World War Two, 1944 to 1945." Following this inscription is a list of men killed in action.
Date: August 27, 1987
Partner: The 12th Armored Division Memorial Museum

[Photograph of 17th Armored Infantry Battalion Memorial Stone]

Description: Photograph of the 17th Armored Infantry Battalion Memorial stone, taken at the 12th Armored Division Association Dedication at Armor Unit Memorial Park in Fort Knox, Kentucky. Text on the plaque says "Men of the 17th served their country well in the U.S. and Europe, 1942-1945. Let no one forget the sacrifices made for our freedom. Killed and wounded - 745. Missing and captured - 184."
Date: August 27, 1987
Partner: The 12th Armored Division Memorial Museum