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.
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
4th Armored Division vehicles move past bodies of dead American soldiers on a road near Chaummont, Luxembourg. These men fell on the effort to relieve the German pressure on Bastogne. 25th Cavalry Reconnaissance Squadron.
Members of the 4th Armored Division Association pay tribute to Maj. Gen. Hugh J. Gaffey, wartime commander of the 4th Armored Division, during Memorial Day services at the Post Cemetery. Fort Knox, Ky. 30 May 1950
Infantrymen of the 10th Armd Inf Regt [10th Armored Infantry Battalion], 4th Armored Division, fire at German troops in the American advance to relieve the pressure on surrounded airborne troops. 27 Dec 1944.
S/Sgt. John L. Geer, St. Paul, Minn. This is one of a series of pictures showing some of the veterans of the 25th Cav., 4th Armored Division. These men formed the spearhead of the invasion of France and fought in the Battle of Bastogne.
U.S. Soldiers in the 4th Armored Division at Pine Camp, New York go for milk in a big way. The Quartermaster General's Department of the army is supplying every soldier in every camp with fresh milk every day and these boys at Pine Camp are...
The crew of a tank, part of an armored unit, relaxes during a lull in the action near Chateau Salinas, France. Left to Right: Sgt. Timothy Dunn, Woodside, L.I. N.Y.; Pvt. Ridder, Chester, Pa.; Cpl. D. Schmidt, Astoria, L.I. N.Y; Cpl. Arthur...