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U.S. Army Signal Corps woodies at Fort Lewis, in the state of Washington.

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These pages are dedicated to all of the souls lost in armed conflict and
to Fred W. Crismon, author of U.S. Miltary Wheeled Vehicles.

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Further Reading
  • Great American Woodies and Wagons by Donald Narus
    A new edition has been published
    Originally published 1977 by Crestline Publishing, Glen Ellyn, Illinois USA
  • Military Wheeled Vehicles by Fred Crismon
    Reissued 1994 by Motorbooks International, ISBN # 0-87938-907-9
    Previously published 1983 by Crestline Publishing Co.
  • 75 Years of Chevrolet by George Dammann
    Reissued 1992 by Motorbooks International, ISBN # 0-87938-692-4
    Previously published 1986 by Crestline Publishing Co.
  • The Dodge Story by Thomas A. McPherson
    Reissued 1992 by Motorbooks International, ISBN # 0-87938-697-5 Published 1975 by Crestline Publishing Co. ISBN # 0-912612-07
  • The Long Range Desert Group by W.B. Kennedy Shaw
    Reissued 2000 by Greenhill Books/Lionel Leventhal ISBN # 1853674079 Published 1945 by Collins, 1989 by Greenhill
  • The Long Range Desert Group 1940-1945 by Robin Jenner & David List
    Published 1999 by Osprey Pub Co. ISBN # 1855329581
  • World War II and it's Impact on Woodies, an Old Woodies feature article by David Miller.

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