US sailors throwing tow lines during amphibious training exercises at San Luis Obispo, California on15 March 1944.
U.S. Army Signal Corps photograph, Gift in Memory of Maurice T. White, from the Collection of The National World War II Museum
US sailors throwing tow lines from a pontoon bridge during amphibious training exercises. "3-15-44. Barry. When a towing hauser snapped under the strain, an officer immediately throws another one to sailor in the water. Difficulty was experienced while constructing a causeway connecting LST craft and shore during embarkation problems of 321st Inf, 81st Div, Camp San Luis Obispo, at Avila Beach, California. 168-L-44-890." Army Signal Corps photograph Photographer: Barry. Morro Bay / Camp San Luis Obispo, California. 15 March 1944
From the collection of Maurice T. White, Captain in the 168th Signal Photographic Company, US Army Signal Corps. The collection consists of 2,000+ images of training exercises, predominantly documenting the 81st Infantry Division in the United States in 1944
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