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September 13 2005 at 12:23 PM
mike foncannon  (Login Mykef2)
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Francisco,

Charles Lemons, the curator of the Patton Museum of Cavalry and Armor is a regular contributor to the AFV News Discussion Board.

He has access to a lot more material about the early US tank formations than any other source that I know of and willingly shares his knowledge.

You might try posting your question with the photos on their board.

http://www.afvnews.ca/cgi-bin/web-bbs/webbbs_config.pl/

It is a friendly group of 1:1 scale Armor enthusiasts and has a lot of regulars from M-L as well.

hth,
mike

 
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