US solidies eating rations in the field in Italy on 24 November 1943

U.S. Army Signal Corps photograph, Gift of Regan Forrester, from the Collection of The National World War II Museum
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263.Photograph. 'MM-5-150467'; 'Italy! Two Yanks find 'C' rations tasty on a rare rainless day in the field when they can heat the food over a fire. Note the 'Goo-shoos', burlap wrapping worn for protection against rain and mud. L. to Right: Cpl. John L. Hammer, N. Y. C. [New York, New York], and PFC Raymond M Jankowski, Phila., Pa [Philadelphia, Pennsylvania]. Sig. [Signal] Corps Rad. Tele-Radioed 11-24-43.' Italy. 24 November 1943

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From the service of Brigadier General Terence John Tully, a West Point graduate, Signal Officer during the African landings, Chief Signal Officer, Allied Force Headquarters Africa/Italy for all Mediterranean operations. Tully served with the Signal Corps in Italy and North Africa documenting the 5th Army specifically. Later he was Commander of Camp Crowder, Missouri.
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Italia
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42.833
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12.833
Thesaurus for Graphic Materials: 
Soldiers--American--Italy
Eating & drinking--Italy
Adaptive reuse--Italy
War damage--Italy
Military rations--Italy
Fire--Italy