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"The Motor Transport Service of the Quartermaster Corps keeps the [U.S.] Army's immense fleet of trucks and non-combat vehicles in repair... Under the streamlined plan now used by the Army, certain units of ordnance mobile repair shops follow right along with the armored divisions, work within sound of gunfire. Their traveling shops can make primary repairs such as replacing lost or damaged parts... The Army's mechanics must be machinists, electricians, all-around experts to handle their complex equipment. Industry has launched training programs to help the Army train the thousands of men it needs for its industrial forces."

     


The Front-Line Mechanics (United States News, 1942)

The Front-Line Mechanics (United States News, 1942)

The Front-Line Mechanics (United States News, 1942)

The Front-Line Mechanics (United States News, 1942)

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