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Loading ammunition on pontoon boats. Blangy, France

Transporting ammunition over bad roads in Belgium

Ammunition carrier. Guillemont, France. 1916

British Howitzer and Ammunition, Arras and Cambrai Area. 4-11-1917

Taking ammunition up to the front during the Battle of Flanders

Indian artillerymen bringing up ammunition in sacks. Scenes during the Mesopotamian campaign

Taking ammunition to the front, near Flers, France

A captures German Red Cross train which was used to haul ammunition. Willems. 10-26-1918

Ammunition going to the front during the battle of Flanders near Pilkem, Belgium. 6-11-1917

Ammunition for British Howitzer. July 1916

Mr. Asquith looking at German ammunition, near Contay, France. 8-7-1916

Scene in an ammunition trench during the Mesopotamian Campaign

Carrying ammunition to the front. Aveluy, France. September 1916

British soldiers moving ammunition to the front lines. Near Ovillers, France. September 1916

Loading empty ammunition cases. July 1917

Western front. Contructing a field railroad for the transportation of ammunition

Ceremonies - Wyoming - Celebrations at Cheyenne, Wyoming. 116th. Ammunition train marching to capitol to be welcomed home by Governor and Mayor

Western front. Transporting ammunition to the front in a caterpillar truck

Unloading ammunition for conveyance into underground munitions depots

Demobilization - Miscellaneous - More of General O'Ryan's troops arrive on Mount Vernon. 102nd Ammunition Train of 27th Division debarking from Mount Vernon

Behind the Western front. Heavy long range cannon with ammunition car

Behind the Western front. Heavy long range cannon with ammunition car

Ceremonies - Wyoming - Celebrations at Cheyenne, Wyo. 116th. Ammunition train, who have just arrived from the front, being welcomed home by Governor and Mayor

Empty ammunition cases at an army collection depot. July 1917

Ceremonies - Wyoming - Celebrations at Cheyenne, Wyoming. Arrival of 116th. Ammunition train from the front

Roumania. The German success at Foscani. German ammunition column advancing. August 1917

Camouflage - Miscellaneous - Shows the gun emplacement from the rear; one of the ammunition racks is at the side of the piece. The amount of water in the emplacement shows the need of issuing pumps to batteries dug in below the normal water level. The burlap covering the square black shadow at the rear of the piece is obviously not sufficient, and a good enemy air service should have detected the battery on this weakness

Demobilization - Miscellaneous - More of General O'Ryan's troops arrive on Mount Vernon. Boys of 102nd Ammunition Train on deck of Mount Vernon

Western front. Unloading ammunition for conveyance into underground munitions depots. March 22, 1918

Western front. Unloading ammunition for conveyance into underground munitions depots

Roumania. The German success at Foscani. German ammunition column advancing. August 1917

Troops pose on a Model B Ammunition truck manufactured by The Four Wheel Drive Corporation (FWD). In the background troops load a 12-inch Railway Mortar. The mortar sits on 12-inch Mortar carriage, M1896, which sits on a specially designed rail car. The coastal defense mortars or Seacoast Mortars were designed to fire 700-pound projectiles in a high arc and strike battleships and cruisers on their decks where armor plating is relatively thin. (THIS IMAGE MIGHT BE AT FORT TILDEN, NEW YORK)

Hingham Naval Ammunition Depot

Naval Ammunition Depot Display at Kaufman Lebo

Aerial View of US Naval Ammunition Depot in Hingham, Massachusetts

Maynard Ammunition Dump

Construction Progress at US Naval Ammunition Depot in Hingham, Massachusetts

Construction of New Dock at US Naval Ammunition Depot in Hingham, Massachusetts

Construction Progress at US Naval Ammunition Depot in Hingham, Massachusetts

Construction Progress of New Dock at US Naval Ammunition Depot in Hingham, Massachusetts

Construction of New Pier at US Naval Ammunition Depot in Hingham, Massachusetts

"YOU CAN MAKE THIS KIND OF AMMUNITION!!"

Sled Dogs Being Trained at Maynard Ammunition Dump

Military Policeman and Dog at the Maynard Ammunition Dump

Photograph of American Troops Dragging a Heavily Loaded Ammunition Sled as the Move from an Attack on Herresbach, Belgium

War As It Really Is - Reel 4

War As It Really Is - Reel 4
War As It Really Is - Reel 4

[Steel Replaces Copper in Ammunition - Cartoucherie National de Valence, Rhone River]

[Steel Replaces Copper in Ammunition - Cartoucherie National de Valence, Rhone River]

[Steel Replaces Copper in Ammunition - Cartoucherie National de Valence, Rhone River]

[Steel Replaces Copper in Ammunition - Cartoucherie National de Valence, Rhone River]

[Steel Replaces Copper in Ammunition - Cartoucherie National de Valence, Rhone River]

[Steel Replaces Copper in Ammunition - Cartoucherie National de Valence, Rhone River]

[Steel Replaces Copper in Ammunition - Cartoucherie National de Valence, Rhone River]

[Steel Replaces Copper in Ammunition - Cartoucherie National de Valence, Rhone River]

[Steel Replaces Copper in Ammunition - Cartoucherie National de Valence, Rhone River]

[Steel Replaces Copper in Ammunition - Cartoucherie National de Valence, Rhone River]

[Steel Replaces Copper in Ammunition - Cartoucherie National de Valence, Rhone River]

[Steel Replaces Copper in Ammunition - Cartoucherie National de Valence, Rhone River]

[Steel Replaces Copper in Ammunition - Cartoucherie National de Valence, Rhone River]

[Steel Replaces Copper in Ammunition - Cartoucherie National de Valence, Rhone River]

[Steel Replaces Copper in Ammunition - Cartoucherie National de Valence, Rhone River]

[Steel Replaces Copper in Ammunition - Cartoucherie National de Valence, Rhone River]

[Steel Replaces Copper in Ammunition - Cartoucherie National de Valence, Rhone River]

[Steel Replaces Copper in Ammunition - Cartoucherie National de Valence, Rhone River]

[Steel Replaces Copper in Ammunition - Cartoucherie National de Valence, Rhone River]

[Steel Replaces Copper in Ammunition - Cartoucherie National de Valence, Rhone River]

[Steel Replaces Copper in Ammunition - Cartoucherie National de Valence, Rhone River]

[Steel Replaces Copper in Ammunition - Cartoucherie National de Valence, Rhone River]

[Steel Replaces Copper in Ammunition - Cartoucherie National de Valence, Rhone River]

[Steel Replaces Copper in Ammunition - Cartoucherie National de Valence, Rhone River]

[Steel Replaces Copper in Ammunition - Cartoucherie National de Valence, Rhone River]

[Steel Replaces Copper in Ammunition - Cartoucherie National de Valence, Rhone River]

[Steel Replaces Copper in Ammunition - Cartoucherie National de Valence, Rhone River]

[Steel Replaces Copper in Ammunition - Cartoucherie National de Valence, Rhone River]

[Steel Replaces Copper in Ammunition - Cartoucherie National de Valence, Rhone River]

[Steel Replaces Copper in Ammunition - Cartoucherie National de Valence, Rhone River]

[Steel Replaces Copper in Ammunition - Cartoucherie National de Valence, Rhone River]

[Steel Replaces Copper in Ammunition - Cartoucherie National de Valence, Rhone River]

[Steel Replaces Copper in Ammunition - Cartoucherie National de Valence, Rhone River]

[Steel Replaces Copper in Ammunition - Cartoucherie National de Valence, Rhone River]

[Steel Replaces Copper in Ammunition - Cartoucherie National de Valence, Rhone River]

[Steel Replaces Copper in Ammunition - Cartoucherie National de Valence, Rhone River]

[Steel Replaces Copper in Ammunition - Cartoucherie National de Valence, Rhone River]

[Steel Replaces Copper in Ammunition - Cartoucherie National de Valence, Rhone River]

A U.S. Air Force munitions handler assigned to the 119th Fighter Wing"Happy Hooligans", North Dakota Air National Guard, loads .50 caliber ammunition into a F-51D Mustang aircraft, at Camp Williams, Wisconsin, in June 1953. (A3604) (U.S. Air Force PHOTO) (Released)

An aerial port bow view of the ammunition ship USS HALEAKALA (AE 25) underway

A view of the aft missile launcher with test surface-to-air missiles aboard the heavy cruiser USS BOSTON (CA-69) during operations off the coast of Vietnam near the I Corps area. In the foreground are used ammunition cans

A left rear view of a Mark 16/Mod 5 20 mm machine gun mounted in a Mark 67/Mod 1 gun mount. The ammunition holding area in the pedestal is exposed. Personnel from Naval Ordnance Station, Louisville, Kentucky, have brought the weapon system to Fort Knox for test firing

A close-up view of the placement of ammunition in the pedestal of a Mark 67/Mod 1 gun mount. The mount is intended for use with the Mark 16/Mod 5 20 mm machine gun. Personnel from Naval Ordnance Station, Louisville, Kentucky, have brought the weapon system to Fort Knox for test firing

A close-up view of the placement of ammunition in the pedestal of a Mark 67/Mod 1 gun mount. The mount is intended for use with the Mark 16/Mod 5 20 mm machine gun. Personnel from Naval Ordnance Station, Louisville, Kentucky, have brought the weapon system to Fort Knox for test firing

Naval Ordnance Station. A close-up right side view of the placement of ammunition in the pedestal of a Mark 67/Mod 1 gun mount. A Mark 16/Mod 5 20mm machine gun is in the mount

A close-up view of the placement of ammunition in the pedestal of a Mark 67/Mod 1 gun mount, which is being developed for use with the Mark 16/Mod 5 20 mm machine gun

A left side view of a Mark 16/Mod 5 20 mm machine gun mounted in a Mark 67/Mod 1 gun mount. The ammunition holding area in the pedestal is covered. Personnel from Naval Ordnance Station, Louisville, Kentucky, have brought the weapon system to Fort Knox for test firing

A weapons development technician from Naval Ordnance Station, Louisville, Kentucky, looks over sections of linked 20 mm ammunition laid out beside a Mark 16/Mod 5 20 mm machine gun mounted on a Mark 67/Mod 1 gun mount. The weapon has been brought to Fort Knox for test firing

A close-up right front view of a parked YA-10 aircraft with the ammunition bay open

An aerial view of the US Naval Ammunition Depot and surrounding St. Juliens Creek area. (SUBSTANDARD)

Ammunition is loaded into M107 175 mm self-propelled howitzers during a live-fire exercise

A port quarter view of the ammunition ship USS KILAUEA (AE-26) underway

A CH-46 Sea Knight helicopter delivers cargo aboard the ammunition ship USS KILAUEA (AE 26)

A silhouetted left side view of a CH-46 Sea Knight helicopter lifting cargo off the deck off the ammunition ship USS KILAUEA (AE 26)