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    Soldiers train in art of sonic deception at Pine Camp during WWII

    Soldiers train in art of sonic deception at Pine Camp during WWII

    FORT DRUM, NY, UNITED STATES

    10.28.2020

    Photo by Michael Strasser 

    Fort Drum Garrison Public Affairs

    The 10th Mountain Division and Fort Drum Museum staff is working on a future exhibit to highlight the Army Experimental Station and the training of sonic deception Soldiers during World War II. Photos, clockwise from top left: Magnetic wire audio recorders used to record sound such as tank engine noises at Pine Camp; the Ghost Army patch; a mobile weather station on an Army jeep; Personnel testing the distance of sound projection at the Army Experimental Station, Pine Camp; an M-10 Tank Destroyer with sonic projection equipment; retired Lt. Col. Darrel Rippeteau, when he served as a Signal Corps captain at the Army Experimental Station in 1944. (10th Mountain Division and Fort Drum Museum archive)

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    IMAGE INFO

    Date Taken: 10.28.2020
    Date Posted: 11.02.2020 11:36
    Photo ID: 6410475
    VIRIN: 201028-A-XX986-005
    Resolution: 1920x1080
    Size: 1.64 MB
    Location: FORT DRUM, NY, US

    Web Views: 130
    Downloads: 8

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