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Photos of the 308th Medical Detachment


FIRST AID ON FOUR FRONTS IN
WORLD WAR I
308th Medical Detachment
Letters written by,

Sgt. 1st Class
William D. Conklin

PHOTOS



A "Company Street" At Camp Greenleaf, Fort Oglethoroe, Georgia. At this camp, the medical officers and enlisted men who formed the nucleus of the 308th Infantry Medical detachment (and many other such units) were trained in the summer of 1917. The tent at the extreme left was used as an office. Other tents in the row held six cots each. Directly opposite was the mess tent.

Tent - Mates at Camp Greenleaf. The Georgia sun made extra clothing a burden, and in leisure hours outer shirts were often discarded.


308th Medical Detachment. The Detachment in front of the Infirmary, Camp Upton, NY, early in 1918.


This picture shows Captain Condon's predecessor, Captain Noss D. Brant, standing in the Infirmary doorway.

A Sign and a Symbol. The sign reading Regimental Infirmary, 308th Infantry bore a small red cross.

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