Ordnance Replacement Training Center Headquarters
Title:
Ordnance Replacement Training Center Headquarters
Aberdeen Proving Ground Maryland (MD), Chrome unused


New Troop Area
Title:
New Troop Area
Aberdeen Proving Ground Maryland (MD), Chrome PM 1967 Jul-18

Description:
Recently constructed barracks and mess halls provide modern facilities for enlisted training companies



New Company Area
Title:
New Company Area
Aberdeen Proving Ground Maryland (MD), Chrome

Description:
View of recently constructed modern barracks and mess hall for an enlisted training company


Super Block-Buster, Army Ordnance Outdoor Museum
Title:
Super Block-Buster, Army Ordnance Outdoor Museum
Aberdeen Proving Ground Maryland (MD), Chrome unused

Description:
This 43,000 lb. "Super Block-Buster", the largest bomb ever made in the U.S., was an experimental model designed to destroy the German submarine pens during World War II, but never put into production. It stands amid an interesting display of foreign tanks and other ordnance items



Maintenance of 155mm Gun, Ordinance Training Center
Title:
Maintenance of 155mm Gun, Ordinance Training Center
Aberdeen Proving Ground Maryland (MD), Linen


Maintenance of 155 mm. gun - Ordnance Training Center
Title:
Maintenance of 155 mm. gun - Ordnance Training Center
Aberdeen Proving Ground Maryland (MD), Linen



Typical Chapel - Ordinance Training Center
Title:
Typical Chapel - Ordinance Training Center
Aberdeen Proving Ground Maryland (MD), Linen unused


Auxiliary Barracks, Ordnance Training Center
Title:
Auxiliary Barracks, Ordnance Training Center
Aberdeen Proving Ground Maryland (MD), Linen PM 1942



"Anzio Annie"
Title:
"Anzio Annie"
Aberdeen Proving Ground Maryland (MD), Chrome unused

Description:
This captured famous German gun poured fire into the American forces on the Anzio beachhead - in World war II


Army Ordinance's 43,600 lb. Bomb
Title:
Army Ordinance's 43,600 lb. Bomb
Aberdeen Proving Ground Maryland (MD), Chrome

Description:
This "Super Block-Buster" is the largest bomb ever made in the U.S. An experimental model developed in World War II by the Ordinance Corps, it was never put into production and is now on display neat Post Headquarters



View of Aberdeen Proving Ground
Title:
View of Aberdeen Proving Ground
Aberdeen Proving Ground Maryland (MD), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
The US Army Ordnance Center and School is headquartered in these three buildings. The Chesapeake Bay is visible in the background of this aerial view


The Ordnance School And The Ordnance Board Headquarters Building
Title:
The Ordnance School And The Ordnance Board Headquarters Building
Aberdeen Proving Ground Maryland (MD), Chrome PM 1954 Jan-15

Description:
Series P3438



Post Headquarters
Title:
Post Headquarters
Aberdeen Proving Ground Maryland (MD), Chrome unused




Total: 13 Items