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1. World War II World War II Acme Newspictures photograph of World War II. Captain Ed N. Carpenter, (left), of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma., the Battery Unit Commander of a 155m.m. Howitzer unit receives a message from an observor at a forward post. On the right, is Corporal Jack Howe, of Muncie, Indiana. The photograph was taken near Cesaro, Sicily. Document describing Michael J. Ackerman's photographs is in enclosure C3-42.

2. Men pulling artillery Men pulling artillery Acme Newspictures photograph of World War II. Men and a truck pulling a piece of artillery. Members of a U.S. Artillery Troops crew unhitch a 155 mm. Howitzer from the truck that towed it into position near Cesaro, Sicily. Document describing Michael J. Ackerman's photographs is in enclosure C3-42.

3. World War II World War II Acme Newspictures photograph of World War II. A group of U.S. officers look over a map at a regimental control post close behind the front lines near Cesaro, Sicily. Left to right: Lieutenant F. Lannon, Saylesville, Rhode Island; Captain Neal C. Galloway, Roosevelt, Oklahoma.; and Lieutenant James H. Cameron, San Antonio, Texas. Document describing Michael J. Ackerman's photographs is in enclosure C3-42.

4. World War II World War II Acme Newspictures photograph of World War II. U. S. military police check on the the inhabitants of a building as Americans captured Cesaro, Sicily. Document describing Michael J. Ackerman's photographs is in enclosure C3-42.

5. World War II World War II Acme Newspictures photograph of World War II. U. S. artillery crew members roll the 155 m.m. Howitzer piece into position for firing. Document describing Michael J. Ackerman's photographs is in enclosure C3-42.

6. World War II World War II Acme Newspictures photograph of World War II. Lieutenant Chester Braune (right, foreground), receives a message at a regimental control post in a small ravine close behind the lines (near Cesaro, Sicily) while other men (left) study a map. Document describing Michael J. Ackerman's photographs is in enclosure C3-42.
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