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United States. Army. Mountain Division, 10th -- History.

 Organization

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

10th Mountain Training Group meeting oral history

 Collection
Identifier: C MSS OH201
Scope and Contents Recording of a group meeting of former soldiers who served in the 10th Mountain Division. Speakers include: Don Boswick, Fred Smith, John Bradley, Nate Morrell, Steve Knowlton, and Georgianna Contigulia. There are other speakers on the tape but they are not clearly identified. Subjects include: ski races, a wedding, the Aspen ski museum, mule stories, stories about troops and people, and talk about videos and films that we made, or were in the process of being made about the division. May be a...
Dates: 1992

Climb to Glory: The 10th Mountain Division in World War II Presentation

 Collection
Identifier: TMD341
Scope and Contents The presentation includes 80 Microsoft PowerPoint slides drawn primarily from the 10th Mountain Division Resource Center collection and spans the World War II Division's history from conception to inactivation (1940-1945). Topics include: early organization at Fort Lewis, Wash.; mountain and winter warfare training at Camp Hale, Colo.; reorganization at Camp Swift, Tex.. Also included are combat operations at Kiska Island in the Aleutians and the Division's Italian Campaign.
Dates: December 22, 2014

J. Hunter Carroll papers

 Collection
Identifier: C MSS -M1966
Scope and Contents Although Carroll's biographical information has not been located, the collection does include a copy of his Camp Hale identity card (1945) and two military reports authored by Carroll: "Feeding the Multitudes in the Mountains" and "Dismantling and Salvage: Camp Hale, Pando, Colorado."
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