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Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Maryland


Army Service Forces Patch


Leadership graduates at Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Maryland


As you can see, Leadership requires perfect balance. This is dad balancing a chair on his chin. He always claimed he could balance anything but a checkbook.

Starting June 19th 1952 - Dad began his Basic Training at Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Maryland. Eight weeks of Basics, ten weeks of Ordnance Training, eight weeks of Leadership and eight weeks of Cadre.


Dad in an official and not so official photo. The one on the left was taken at Aberdeen and the one on the right was taken at Tacoma Washington just prior to shipping out to Japan on the board the U.S.M.S.T.S. General E. T. Collins



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Don Henderson - Illustration