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Was the aluminum litter in use during the Korean War?

May 21 2012 at 11:05 AM
  (Login DaveOHara)
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I downloaded images of U.S. Army litters, for some research I'm doing in preparation for an upcoming project and came across pictures of canvas and aluminum litters. Does anyone know if this type of litter would be appropriate for use in a Korean War vignette? Many thanks for any help. Best regards, Dave

 
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  1. No... - Gino P. Quintiliani on May 21, 1:53 PM
    1. Thanks, Gino... - David E. O'Hara on May 21, 3:58 PM
      1. Trying to post picture... - David E. O'Hara on May 21, 4:02 PM
        1. Hmm... - Gino P. Quintiliani on May 21, 4:37 PM
          1. Thanks, Gino - David E. O'Hara on May 21, 5:49 PM
            1. Helps when your Girlfriend is a Medic - Shawn Ferguson on May 22, 3:34 AM
              1. Thanks, Shawn! - David E. O'Hara on May 22, 8:04 AM
     


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