Interior of a Typical Barrack
Title:
Interior of a Typical Barrack
Fort Campbell Kentucky (KY), Linen


General View of Hospital
Title:
General View of Hospital
Fort Campbell Kentucky (KY), Linen PM 1954 Aug-13

Description:
Curt Teich & Co.



Greetings from Fort Campbell
Title:
Greetings from Fort Campbell
Fort Campbell Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
On the Tennessee - Kentucky State Line This modern training center is complete in every detail, carefully planned and constructed for the training of Army troops for basic Infantry and support personnel. First named "Camp Campbell" in was constructed in 1942-43 and has been constantly improved. Fort Campbell is 57 miles northwest of Nashville, Tenn. The nearest cities are Clarksville, Tenn., seven miles to the south and Hopkinsville, Ky., fifteen miles to the North. Infantry, Artillery, Engineers, Armored units and other tactical Division troops team up to make a hard striking combat team at Fort Campbell. The most alert and aggressive type training is carried on at this modern base. Curteichcolor


Views of Fort Campbell
Title:
Views of Fort Campbell
Fort Campbell Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Infantry, artillery, engineers, armored units and other tactical division troops team up to make a hard striking combat team at Fort Campbell, Kentucky. The most alert and aggressive type training is carried on at this modern base near Clarkesville, Tenn. and Hopkinsville, Kentucky. Curteichcolor



Main Gate No. 4, Third Army
Title:
Main Gate No. 4, Third Army
Fort Campbell Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Robert E. Thompson The graduated facilities of Fort Campbell, Kentucky, offers the best in basic and specialty training to thousands of troops yearly. Curteich


Marksmanship Practice on Rifle Range
Title:
Marksmanship Practice on Rifle Range
Fort Campbell Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
A "highlight" in Basic Training at Fort Campbell is the actual firing practice on the range. Competitive scoring allows the soldier the feeling of accomplishment and shows the instructors the need for additional training when necessary.



Massing of the Colors
Title:
Massing of the Colors
Fort Campbell Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
101st Airborne Division parade in honor of "Old Timers Day" held on the Division parade ground at Fort Campbell, Kentucky.


Rifle Bayonet Practice
Title:
Rifle Bayonet Practice
Fort Campbell Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
L. D. Thompson This huge military installation, constructed for use in World War II, has been expanded and is now one of the main training bases in the nation. The Third Army training center graduates thousands of ground force trainees yearly. Many of these soldiers later qualify for Office Candidate Schools, Airborne training or specialist ratings. This view shows trainees on the bayonet course where they receive thorough instruction in the use of their close combat weapon. In the background are seen typical barracks of the enlisted personnel. Curteich



Eight Inch Self-Propelled Howitzer
Title:
Eight Inch Self-Propelled Howitzer
Fort Campbell Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Many men taking basic at Fort Campbell go into other specialized branches of the service. Artillery is one of the mot ineteresting and personnel are indoctrinated in this subjet by movies and observation of tactical units in the field.


Greetings from Fort Campbell
Title:
Greetings from Fort Campbell
Fort Campbell Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
The C-124 Air Force Globemaster on the line at Fort Campbell Air Base. This aircraft can carry 90 combat equipped troops, 70,000 pounds of cargo, or a combination of troops and equipment. With its removable upper deck the aircraft is one of the most versatile in the Air Force. With a cruising speed of 200 nautical miles per hour the giant transport has a range of 4,500 miles. The C-124 carries a crew of five. Curteichcolor



Greetings from Ft. Campbell
Title:
Greetings from Ft. Campbell
Fort Campbell Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Mass Jump. This highly modern military installation, made up of the Main Post, Fort Campbell Air Base and Clarksville Base, is complete in every detail and the War Department is improving the facilities of this outstanding post every year. The nearest cities are Clarksville, Tennessee, seven miles south and Hopkinsville, Kentucky, 13 miles north.


Street View of Post Theatre
Title:
Street View of Post Theatre
Fort Campbell Kentucky (KY), Linen PM 1954 Jul-22

Description:
Rudolph News Agency



Fort Campbell Post Exchange
Title:
Fort Campbell Post Exchange
Fort Campbell Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
The Post Exchange service of Fort Campbell, Ky offers complete merchandise service to the military personnel and dependents of this huge and fast growing Military Center. About fifteen branches in the troop area offer similar service, on a smaller scale, for service men stationed nearby


Paratroopers Jumping from a C-123 Transport
Title:
Paratroopers Jumping from a C-123 Transport
Fort Campbell Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
US Air Force Thompson's Community Service



Mass Jump
Title:
Mass Jump
Fort Campbell Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
This highly modern military installation, made up of the Main Post, Fort Campbell Air Base and Clarksville Base, is complete in every detail and the War Department is improving the facilities of this outstanding post every year. The nearest cities are Clarksville, Tennessee, seven miles south and Hopkinsville, Kentucky, 13 miles north


Various Viewa
Title:
Various Viewa
Fort Campbell Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
This card shows the famous Fifth Army Patch and other identified views at Fort Campbell. Upper right is view of Post Headquarters; Upper left is view of one of the many modern Post Chapels and the lower right view is the Administration building of the U.S. Army Hospital J.D. Natural Color Reproductions



Fort Campbell
Title:
Fort Campbell
Fort Campbell Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
This modern training center is complete in every detail, carefully planned and constructed for the training of Army troops for basic infantry and support personnel. First named "Camp Campbell" it was constructed in 1942-43 and has been constantly improved. Fort Campbell is 57 miles northwest of Nashville, Tenn. The nearest cities are Clarksville, Tenn., seven miles to the south and Hopkinsville, Ky., fifteen miles to the north Curt Teich & Co


Training at Fort Campbell
Title:
Training at Fort Campbell
Fort Campbell Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Infantry, artillery, engineers, armored units and other tactical division troops team up to make a hard striking combat team at Fort Campbell, Kentucky. The most alert and aggressive type training is carried on at this modern base near Clarksville, Tennessee and Hopkinsville, Kentucky



Post Chapel
Title:
Post Chapel
Fort Campbell Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
This new Post Chapel is a result of great thought and planning by the War Department to make the soldier's environment more pleasant while serving at Fort Campbell. ... the spiritual needs of the military personnel is carefully supervised by highly trained, thoughtful and sincere officers of the Chaplain Corps


Post Chapel
Title:
Post Chapel
Fort Campbell Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
This new Post Chapel is a result of great thought and planning by the War Department to make the soldier's environment pleasant while serving at Fort Campbell. ... The spiritual needs of the military personnel is carefully supervised by highly trained, thoughtful and sincere officers of the Chaplain Corps



Post Chapel, Fort Campbell
Title:
Post Chapel, Fort Campbell
Fort Campbell Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
This new Post Chapel is a result of great thought and planning by the War Department to make the soldier's environment more pleasant while serving at Fort Campbell. The spiritual needs of the military personnel are carefully supervised by highly trained, thoughtful and sincere officers of the Chaplain Corps


Massing of the Colors
Title:
Massing of the Colors
Fort Campbell Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
101st Airborne Division parade in honor of "Old Timers Day" held on the Division parade ground at Fort Campbell, Kentucky



Greetings from Fort Campell, KY
Title:
Greetings from Fort Campell, KY
Fort Campbell Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
This card shows the famous Fifth Army Patch and other identified views of Fort Campbell ... Upper right is view of Post Headquarters; Upper left is view of one of the many modern Post Chapels and the lower right view is the Administration building of the U.S. Army Hospital


Mass Jump
Title:
Mass Jump
Fort Campbell Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
This highly modern military installation, made up of the Main Post, Fort Campbell Air Base and Clarksville Base, is complete in every detail and the War Department is improving the facilities of this outstanding post every year. The nearest cities are Clarksville, Tennessee, seven miles south and Hopkinsville, Kentucky, 13 miles north



Advanced Basic Training
Title:
Advanced Basic Training
Fort Campbell Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Soldiers in training receive instruction and experience on the "Bazooka" -- recoilless rifle which plays so great a part in close combat. The "Bazooka" is a light weight, highly destructive weapon readily available within the squad or platoon level Thompson's Community Service


Greetings from Fort Campbell, Kentucky, between Hopkinsville, KY., and Clarksville, Tenn
Title:
Greetings from Fort Campbell, Kentucky, between Hopkinsville, KY., and Clarksville, Tenn
Fort Campbell Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Fort Campbell, Kentucky is modern in every detail, carefully planned and constructed for the training of ground forces and air-borne troops. It is now one of the most outstanding and largest installations for basic training in the United States. Fort Campbell is 57 miles northwest of Nashville, Tenn. The nearest cities are Clarksville, Tenn., 7 miles to the south and Hopkinsville, Ky., 15 miles to the north



Greetings From Fort Campbell
Title:
Greetings From Fort Campbell
Fort Campbell Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Fort Campbell is located a few miles north of Clarksville, Tenn. near the Kentucky and Tennessee border.


Realistic Training
Title:
Realistic Training
Fort Campbell Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
A "highlight" in Basic Training at Fort Campbell is the actual firing practice on the range. Competitive scoring allows the soldier the feeling of accomplishment and shows the instructors the need for additional training when necessary.



Chapel No. 1
Title:
Chapel No. 1
Fort Campbell Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
The Christian Youth Fellowship Bell was dedicated here "With faith in god to The Youth of the World".


Post Chapel
Title:
Post Chapel
Fort Campbell Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
This new Post Chapel is a result of great thought and planning by the War Department to make the soldier's environment more pleasant while serving at Fort Campbell. The spiritual needs of the military personnel is carefully supervised by highly trained, thoughtful and sincere officers of the Chaplain Corps.



Post Headquarters
Title:
Post Headquarters
Fort Campbell Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
This huge military installation, made up of the main post, Fort Campbell Air Base and Clarksville Base, is modern in every detail, carefully planned and constructed for the training of military personnel most needed in peace and war. First named "Camp Campbell" it was constructed in 1942-43 and has been constantly improved, Fort Campbell is 57 miles northwest of Nashville, Tennessee. The nearest cities are Clarksville, Tenn., seven miles to the south and Hopkinsville, Ky., 14 miles to the north.


Realistic Training At Fort Campbell
Title:
Realistic Training At Fort Campbell
Fort Campbell Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Is located on the Kentucky - Tennessee State line between Clarksville, Tenn. And Hopkinsville, Ky. This huge military installation, constructed for use in World War Two, has been expanded and is now one of the main training bases in the Nation. The third Army Training Center graduates thousands of ground force trainees yearly. Many of these soldiers later qualify for Officer Candidate Schools, Paratrooper training or specialist ratings.



Training At Fort Campbell
Title:
Training At Fort Campbell
Fort Campbell Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Infantry, Artillery, Engineers, Armored units and other tactical Division troops team up to make a hard striking combat team at Fort Campbell, Kentucky. The most alert and aggressive type training is carried on at this modern base near Clarksville, Tenn. and Hopkinsville, Kentucky.


Greetings From Fort Campbell
Title:
Greetings From Fort Campbell
Fort Campbell Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
On the Tennessee - Kentucky State Line. Paratroopers, the Air Corps, Artillery, Engineers and Armored units team at Fort Campbell, Ky. The most alert and aggressive type training is carried on at this modern base near Clarksville, Tenn. and Hopkinsville, Ky.



Greetings From Fort Campbell
Title:
Greetings From Fort Campbell
Fort Campbell Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
This card shows the famous Fifth Army Patch and other identified views of Fort Campbell. Upper right is view of Post headquarters; Upper left is view of one of the many modern Post Chapels and the lower right view is the Administration building of the U. S. army Hospital


Training At Fort Campbell
Title:
Training At Fort Campbell
Fort Campbell Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Infantry, Artillery, Engineers, Armored units and other tactical Division troops team up to make a hard striking combat team at Fort Campbell, Kentucky. The most alert and aggressive type training is carried on at this modern base near Clarksville, Tenn. and Hopkinsville, Kentucky.



Main Gate
Title:
Main Gate
Fort Campbell Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
L.D. Thompson The most alert and aggressive type training is carried on at this modern base near Clarksville, Tenn. and Hopkinsville, Ky. Curteichcolor


Headquarters Building
Title:
Headquarters Building
Fort Campbell Kentucky (KY), Linen PM 1956 Apr-15



Greetings from Fort Campbell
Title:
Greetings from Fort Campbell
Fort Campbell Kentucky (KY), Chrome PM 1968 Aug-2

Description:
Between Hopkinsville and Clarksville, Tennessee. Fort Campbell is modern in every detail, carefully planned and constructed for the training of ground forces and airborne troops. It is now one of the most outstanding installations for basic training in the United States. Fort Campbell is 57 miles northwest of Nashville, Tennesse. The nearest cities are Clarksville, TN, 7 miles to the south, and Hopkinsville, KY15 miles to the north


Realistic Training - 101st Airborne in Action
Title:
Realistic Training - 101st Airborne in Action
Fort Campbell Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Located on the Kentucky-Tennessee State line between Clarksville, Tennessee and Hopkinsville, Kentucky. This huge military installation, constructed for use in World War Two, has been expanded and is now one of the main training bases in the Nation CBS Card Service



Army Headquarters with Family Guest House
Title:
Army Headquarters with Family Guest House
Fort Campbell Kentucky (KY), Chrome


Screaming Eagles
Title:
Screaming Eagles
Fort Campbell Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Home of the 101st Airborne Division. The "Screaming Eagles' returned to Fort Campbell, Kentucky from Vietnam in 1972



Screaming Eagles - Airborne
Title:
Screaming Eagles - Airborne
Fort Campbell Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Home of the 101st Airmobile Division. The Screaming Eagles returned to Fort Campbell, Kentucky from Vietnam in 1972


U. S. Army Hospital
Title:
U. S. Army Hospital
Fort Campbell Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
L.D. Thompson This modern military Hospital serves the personnel and dependents of this vast military community. Fort Campbell is located on Hwy. 41 A about half way between Clarksville, Tenn. and Hopkinsville, Ky



Flying High Over Fort Campbell
Title:
Flying High Over Fort Campbell
Fort Campbell Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Three C-119's unload their cargo of troopers highly trained for Airborne attack


Fort Campbell Post Exchange
Title:
Fort Campbell Post Exchange
Fort Campbell Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
The Post Exchange service of Fort Campbell, Ky. offers complete merchandise service to the military personnel and dependents of this huge and fast growing Military Center. About fifteen branches in the troop area offer similar service, on a smaller scale, for service men stationed nearby.



Post Headquarters
Title:
Post Headquarters
Fort Campbell Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
The most alert and aggressive type training is carried on at this modern base near Clarksville, Tennessee and Hopkinsville, Kentucky.


Realistic Training
Title:
Realistic Training
Fort Campbell Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
A Napalm air strike neutralizes on "enemy position" in the tactical training area for a "mop-up" by ground troops in training at Fort Campbell, Ky.



Rifle Squad Training
Title:
Rifle Squad Training
Fort Campbell Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Military personnel in training at Fort Campbell, Ky. are given varied experience in the basic arms as well as automatic weapons of the army. Training under simulated battle conditions creates a more realistic tactical situation for the later weeks of basic training.


Chapel No. I
Title:
Chapel No. I
Fort Campbell Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
The Christian Youth Fellowship Bell was dedicated here "With faith in God to The Youth of the World".



Greetings From Fort Campbell
Title:
Greetings From Fort Campbell
Fort Campbell Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
Between Hopkinsville, KY., and Clarksville, TN


Greetings From Fort Campbell
Title:
Greetings From Fort Campbell
Fort Campbell Kentucky (KY), Linen unused



Greetings From Fort Campbell
Title:
Greetings From Fort Campbell
Fort Campbell Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
Between Hopkinsville, Ky., and Clarksville, Tenn.




Total: 53 Items