Group 3 Convoy arrives from Camp Pickett

The Group Three convoy, which had remained at Camp Pickett, arrived at Casablanca.  This convoy brought the Division’s transportation virtually up to normal strength.  The four-ton prime movers oft he medium artillery battalion and the big wreckers of the Ordnance Company look good after several weeks of moving in half-tons and tiny fleet of “two-and-a-halfs”.  Arrival of personnel sections, the APO, and other administrative units also took great burden off the harassed tactical sections of unit headquarters.

SOURCE:  History of the 3rd Division in WWII

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