American infantrymen of the 10th Armored Inf., 4th Armored Div advance in battle on an effort to reach beleaguered members of the 101st Airborne Division, who are defending Bastogne, Belgium. 27 December 1944
Infantrymen of the 10th Armored Infantry Battalion, 4th Armored Division, fire at German troops in the American advance to relieve the pressure on surrounded airborne troops. Bastogne, Belgium. 27 December 1944.
TM 5-2090-200-12 & P
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CRADLE, BOAT, 27 FT:
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TACTICS AND TECHNIQUE OF AIR ATTACK 46-51
internally or externally. The tanks may be specially mounted
or they may be carried on the bomb racks. Chemical spray-ing
equipment should be readily removable from the airplane
when not required for use.