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Leyte Landing

1st Lt J.T. Holmes*The Quartermaster ReviewSeptember-October 1945   *This article is based on an interview with 1st Lt. James Cooper. who was in the Quartermaster Office, Base K Headquarters, during the Leyte invasion.  Lt. Cooper handled several jobs...

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The Quartermaster ReviewJuly-August 1945  Quartermaster support of operations in Luzon, Philippines  THE VILLA VERDE TRAIL   A human pack train of 1,900 Filipinos and Igorotes is today carrying rations and ammunition up the tortuous Villa Verde...

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QM Prisoner of war

The Quartermaster ReviewNovember-December 1945   One of the most interesting stories told by men returned from Japanese prisoner-of-war camps is that of Lieutenant Joseph Goodman, Q.M.C. Bombed, strafed, and half starved for over three years, Lieutenant...

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Quartermasters on Bataan Performed Heroic Feats

Threshed Rice, Got Salt From Sea Water and Fed an Army Despite Low Supplies BY FRANK HEWLETTThe Quartermaster ReviewMay-June 1942 Never in United States military history was the Army Quartermaster Corps called upon for greater feats of endurance and ingenuity than in...

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The Lesson of Bataan

The Story of the Philippine and Bataan Quartermaster Depots By CAPTAIN HAROLD A. ARMOLD, QM-Res.The Quartermaster ReviewNovember-December 1946 THE STORY of the Philippine and Bataan Quartermaster Depots is a saga of "too little and too late" – a saga of supply when...

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The QM School Past and Present

COLONEL LLOYD L. COBB, Q.M.C.The Quartermaster ReviewMay-June 1946   MORE than 32,000 officers, officer cadets, and key enlisted personnel were trained at The Quartermaster School between July 1,1940, and December 3, 1945.  In this four-and-a-half-year...

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