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Pvt. Tech. /Pvt. /Pvt. /Pvt. /Pvt. /Pvt. (x2) The engineer squad had a 2½-ton dump truck, which transported the squad and its equipment: the “No. 1 carpenter equipment set,” “No. 1 pioneer equipment set,” “No. 1 demolition equipment set,” and an M1 mine probe. All men were armed with M1 riles, and the squad was also equipped with an M7 grenade launcher and a bazooka. The engineer battalion did not possess a great deal of heavy equipment other than one bulldozer and nine dump trucks per company, with no means of loading dirt into them.
10 (one-gallon) cans. Breakfast might be canned bacon or Spam with powdered eggs and pancakes or oatmeal. Supper might be stew or hash with whatever meat and vegetables were available, some type of vegetable (beans, peas, corn, carrots), and field-baked bread. Troops grew ill at the thought of Spam, which the cooks tried to prepare in every imaginable manner. Coffee was served with every meal. The food would be carried out to positions and worksites in insulated Mermite containers. These held three insert containers separating foods.
Professional prostitutes (“street-walkers”) and amateurs (“victory girls”) were available at $3–$10. ” Caught up in the excitement and patriotic fervor of the times, some did not solicit money, but were simply sympathetic to young men going overseas to possible death. Contracting venereal disease was a chargeable offense. ” It was manned by a medical officer 36 on or near posts where servicemen were required to report for VD preventive treatment when returning from pass. “Short arm” inspections were conducted with the troops falling out wearing only raincoats and jock straps for inspection by medical personnel.