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Identification of United States Armored Vehicles By U.S. Army
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Basic Field Manual FM 30-40. This manual was to serve as a guide in the identification of armored vehicles of the U.S. Only those armored vehicles of the U.S. then in current operation are covered.... More > Most vehicles are shown using four photos: a three-quarter view, a rear view, a top view, and a side view. There is no other information given for the individual vehicles; this is an identification guide and was intended to be used by the individual soldier to learn to quickly identify the various vehicles. Originally published 9 January 1943 by the War Department, Washington, DC. 56 pages, 92 photos.< Less
Research, Development and Production of Small Arms and Aircraft Armament of the Japanese Navy [Ordnance Technical Intelligence Report No. 19] By U.S. Army
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Covers the research, development and production of small arms and aircraft armament produced by and for the Japanese Army through the end of WWII. Detailed information on Japanese weapons: pistols,... More > rifles, submachine guns, machine guns, automatic cannon, grenade discharger, body armor, spears, swords, bow and arrows, and other crude devices being prepared for use by the general populace to meet Allied invasion. Reprinted in a 1971 by an unidentified publisher. All of the many photographs (most illustrating the various weapons) and illustrations were reproduced from the original report. Originally published 13 March 1946 by the Office of the Chief Ordnance Officer, General Headquarters, Army Forces, Pacific. 120 pages, 71 photos, 20 drawings, 7 tables.< Less
Japanese Defense Against Amphibious Operations By U.S. Army
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Detailed intelligence report covers the structures and weapons utilized by the Japanese forces in defending against Allied amphibious operations. Most of the photographs have been seldom published... More > elsewhere, and depict both the weapons and the various fortified positions encountered by Allied forces. Originally published in February 1945 by the Military Intelligence Division, War Department, Washington, DC, as Special Series No. 29. Contents: Tactics and Organization; Tactics; Fortifications and Airfields; Japanese Coast Defense Guns (machine guns to heavy artillery); Detection and Communication (radar, radio, searchlights). 129 pages, 91 photos, 2 drawings, 6 maps.< Less
Soviet Rifles and Carbines: Identification and Operation By U.S. Army
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Published as a guide for Ordnance personnel in identification and operation of Soviet military rifles and carbines. Includes data on Soviet bolt action, semi-automatic, and automatic rifles and... More > carbines. Basic information on disassembly and assembly of each weapon included. Much of the information was the result of actual examination and operation of the weapons described. All of the weapons are illustrated with photographs and some drawings, in addition to close-ups of details and associated items such as bayonets, telescopes, ammunition and magazines. Originally published in May 1954 by the Office of the Chief of Ordnance, U.S. Army, Washington, DC. 57 pages, 92 photos and illustrations, 5 tables.< Less
Japanese Parachute Troops By U.S. Army
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Military Intelligence Information Service Bulletin. This manual provides information about the Japanese paratroopers during the war, including training, organization, tactics, operations, planes,... More > parachutes, weapons, uniforms and insignia, equipment, and rations. Originally published during the war by the War Department. 67 pages, 25 photos, 2 drawings, 5 charts, 6 figures, 5 organization charts.< Less
Camouflage: Basic Principles (Field Manual FM 5-20) By U.S. Army
eBook (PDF): $5.00
This manual covers general camouflage principles. Coverage includes how to know what to conceal, how to conceal it, the types of materials and equipment to be used for concealment and how simple... More > reduction of visual clues can be an effective means of camouflage. This was the manual used to begin instruction on camouflaging all types of Army ground installations, positions, equipment, weapons, aircraft, airfields, vehicles, and personnel. Originally published in February 1944 by the War Department, Washington, D.C. 86 pages, 112 B&W photos and illustrations, 16 color photos and illustrations.< Less

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