(334a) 1941. Ski trooper
A ski trooper from the 15th Infantry Regiment poses in test equipment at Paradise on Mount Rainier in Pierce County, Washington. The soldier has a cartridge belt and holds a rifle and wears a loose fitting jump-suit with a hood, and booties tied with rope at the ankles. He stands in a snowy clearing. Trees and Mount Rainier summit are in the distance.
(335a) 1941 or 1942. Paradise Sherm Smith
Sherman L. Smith, a member of the 10th Mountain Division 87th Regiment Company G, poses outdoors on skis during training at Paradise Lodge on Mount Rainier, Washington. He wears a backpack and goggles.
(336a) [between 1941 and 1945] Torger Tokle at Aspen jump take off
Torger Tokle, a member of the 10th Mountain Division 86th Regiment Company A, poses with skis at a ski jump near Aspen (Pitkin County), Colorado. He wears a cap and sweater.
(337a) 1942. 87th Mountain Infantry Battalion (reinforced), Company A
Group Portrait of 87th Mountain Infantry Battalion (reinforced), Company A. Taken at Fort Lewis, Washington, 1942. This was the first mountain troop unit. The men sit on bleachers with barracks behind them, two groups wear white camouflage uniforms, two mules flank the group on either side. Left to right top row: 17) Whittemore, 18) Walsh, Harry; Left to right second row, main section: 13) Bates, Gilbert or William? 14) Sigman, Eugene, 24) Galson. Left to right front row, main section: 1) Jones, 2) Erickson, Brigadier General; Left to right third row main section: 25) Hoyt, David.
(338a) 1942. Dick Rocker Ft. Lewis
Richard A. Rocker, a member of the 10th Mountain Division Headquarters 87th Regiment 3rd Battalion, poses outdoors during training at Fort Lewis, Washington.
(339a)  87th Mountain Infantry Battalion (Reinforced) Company D
Group portrait of the 87th Mountain Infantry Battalion (Reinforced) Company D. Taken at Fort Lewis, Washington. Men pose on bleachers with two mules on either side and barracks behind them. Few identified. Left to right top row: Jones, Jamesen. Left to right forth row: Gott. Left to right third and second rows: unidentified. Left to right front row: twenty-fourth, Pickeving.
(340a)  87th Mountain Infantry Battalion (Reinforced) Company C
Group portrait of 87th Mountain Infantry Battalion (Reinforced), Company C; includes mules. Taken at Fort Lewis, Washington, 1942. Some identified: Left to right top row: third, De Peyster, Hansen, Deland, Hoffman, Hartwell, Collins, Menkin, Brown, Esterholm, Novak, Engart, Daily, Olding; seventeenth, Jensen, Hessler, White, Benedict. Left to right forth row: Hunter, Moffitt, Hautamaki; fifth, Povolitis, Miron, McClintock, Farron, Nordquist, Parr, Perry, Thorn, Larsen, Weber, Phegley, Khulman, Carter, Harkey, Brown, White, Potter; twenty-fourth, Kearns, Howard. Left to right third row: Stillwell, Richards,; Riggs, Pakka, Behr, McCrary, Guidi, Dryer, Stevens; eleventh, Stangland, Gonzolos, Lewis, Campell, Blaker, Brown, Leaver, Benmer, Harnett, Sharron, Maupin, Mitchell, Maynew, Geer, Nokleby. Left to right second row: Nicholson, Dole, Bradbury, Cronk, Connolly, Lovell, Overmon,Midget, Gage, Rasor, Winters, Stuart (or Mackin), Dilly, Railsback, DeMarco, Burkhart, Walker, Campell, Johns, Allison, Armstrong, Shannon ?, Haus, Thompson. Left to right front row: Francis, Wilson, Eckern. Left side back row: man with mule: Vogel, Coursen (or Carson), Schiemer, Pollock, Smith, S. Right side back row: O'Day, Conger, Mackin, man with mule: Buhler (or Brown). Left side front row: Stevenson, Baird (or Hartwell), Hubbard, Liss. Right side front row: Rudziak, Vorm, Malmin, and Holt.
(341a) 1942. 87th Mountain Infantry Battalion (Reinforced) Company B
Group portrait of 87th Mountain Infantry Battalion (Reinforced) Company B. Left to right main section top row: nineteenth, Van Abkoude. Left to right main section third row: eighth, Duncan; fourteenth, Loewy; twentieth, Powers; twenty-second, Miller, Scuria. Left to right main section second row: second, Floto. Left to right first row main section: first through fourth, Ekern, Roche, Hampton, Allen. Left side sections: none identified. Right side section back row and right side section front row: none identified.
(342a) 1942 November. Going up the firebreak
Soldiers, probably the 87th Mountain Infantry Regiment, hike over a firebreak on a hill on the Hunter Liggett Military Reservation (now Fort Hunter Liggett Military Installation) in Monterey County, California. Shows a wide firebreak through brush.
(343a) 1943. Mountain obstacle course at Camp Hale, Colorado
Two soldiers, members of the 10th Light Infantry Division (Alpine) [later renamed 10th Mountain Division], free climb a rock cliff on the obstacle course at Camp Hale in Eagle County, Colorado. The men wear packs and have coiled ropes and rifles slung over their backs. The men wear uniforms, boots, gaiters, and helmets. An arrow pointing upward is painted on the rock.
(344a) 1943. 10th Mountain Division ski trooper
Photomechanical reproduction of a painting shows a ski trooper with the 10th Light Division (Alpine) [later renamed the 10th Mountain Division] kneeling in snow and holding a rifle. He has on skis and wears dark snow goggles and a winter jump suit with a fur lined hood. He has a whistle attached to the front zipper of his suit and a map sticks out of his pocket. His ski poles are in the snow beside him.
(345a) 1943 August. Wyoming Jim Penton
Jim "Wyoming" Penton, a member of the 10th Mountain Division 87th Regiment Service Company (SVC), stands on a bluff over Broad Beach on Kiska Island in Alaska; U.S. and British flags are nearby. The 87th Mountain Infantry Regiment was in the Aleutians as a part of Amphibious Task Force 9. Boats and amphibious vehicles are in the water in the distance.
(346a)  10th Mtn. Division 87th Regiment I & R Platoon
Members of the 10th Mountain Division 87th Regiment I & R Platoon identified as: (left to right) Josef "Joe" Frankenstein, Otto Korban, Len Landry, Bob Parker, Ole Risom, Peter Pringsheim (Pringham), and Kurt Koenigsberg sit near a table in a nightclub in San Diego, California. They wear military uniforms.
(347a) 1943. Men on howitzer
Members of the 87th Mountain Regiment pose on and near a captured Japanese artillery gun bunker on Kiska Island in the Aleutian Islands. Several men sit on the howitzer's barrel; sandbags are in the wooden reinforced open bunker.
(348a) [1943 and 1944] Lloyd "Bud" Gordon
Lloyd "Bud" Gordon, a member of the 10th Mountain Division 86th Regiment Company A, poses near skis in the snow at Camp Hale (Eagle County), Colorado. He wears a jacket and backpack.
(349a) [1943 or 1944] John D. Magrath in whites @ Camp Hale
John D. Magrath, a member of the 10th Mountain Division 85th Regiment, Company G and a recipient of the Congressional Medal of Honor, poses outdoors with skis and poles at Camp Hale (Eagle County), Colorado. He wears a backpack with rifle, jacket, and mittens.
(350a) [1943-1944] Mess hall, Camp Hale, Colorado
View of the tables set with white ceramic plates for a meal in a mess hall at Camp Hale, Colorado. One Tenth Mountain Division soldier is setting a table in the center of the image. Pictures are placed on the walls in between the windows and a pot bellied stove is used to heat the room.
(351a) [between 1943 and 1944] Snow "weasel" and troops
Members of the 10th Light Division (Alpine), or the 10th Mountain Divison, march behind a "weasel" snow-track (snowcat) vehicle (an M-29 cargo carrier) at Camp Hale (Eagle County), Colorado. The driver of the vehicle wears a parka with the hood over his helmet, and goggles. The vehicle is packed with gear. The men wear parkas and carry packs, rifles and snowshoes.
(352a) [1943-1944] 10th Mountain Division troops in "whites"
Fifteen Tenth Mountain Division soldiers pose for a picture along a snow-covered trail. They are wearing "whites" the winter camouflage uniform, and are carrying rifles.
(353a) [1943-1944] Snow shoe training
A group of Tenth Mountain Division soldiers on snow shoes climbs up a snowy hill toward the camera. They are wearing winter camouflage uniforms, known as "whites" and carrying heavy knapsacks. In the distance, a second line of soldiers is visible climbing on a second trail. Snowy mountain ranges are visible in the distance.
(354a) [1943-1944] Mountain camp washstand
Two Tenth Mountain Division soldiers wash themselves at an eleborate mountain camp washstand made using two pine trees as the vertical posts and branches as the horizontal supports for six white enamel basins and towels. The area below the wash basins is covered with pine boughs. The snow is about a foot high around the wash stand and the woods nearby.
(355a) [1943-1944] Skitroopers with skis attached to their knapsacks
Shows a group of Tenth Mountain Division skitroopers standing on the snow in the mountains. They have their skis and poles attached to the sides of their knapsacks. All of the are wearing caps, anoracks, pants and boots with gaiters. Four of them are also wearing ski goggles.
(356a) [1943-1944] Skitroopers descending a snowless mountain
A large group of Tenth Mountain Division soldiers descend a mountain road via two switchbacks. All of them have skis attached to their knapsacks. They are all wearing caps, anoraks, pants, and boots with gaiters. There is no snow on the ground.
(357a) [between 1943 and 1945?] Hal Burton Camp Hale
Hal Burton, a member of the 10th Mountain Division, poses with skis and poles at Camp Hale in Colorado. Snow is on the ground.
(358a) 1944 March 28. Pvt. Barney Lane of Whitwell, Tenn.
Private Barney Lane, a member of the 10th Infantry Division, Battery C, 727th AAA Machine Gun Battalion, poses in the snow next to a 50 caliber machine gun at Camp Hale in Eagle County, Colorado. He wears a uniform with a heavy coat, helmet, wool gloves and a fabric face mask. Trees and snow covered mountains are in the distance.
(359a) 1944 April 3. Co. G 86th Inf. preparing to fire practice round
Two soldiers on maneuvers, members of Company G of the 86th Mountain Infantry Regiment, prepare to fire a practice round with 60 mm mortar from Resolution Mountain in Eagle County, Colorado. The men, identified as Thomas Boulson and Howard McDowell, huddle in a hole in the snow. McDowell sights the mortar. Both men wear winter gear and caps. Boulson wears snow goggles and has a fur lined hood on his coat; he has a rifle on his back.
(360a) 1944 April. Hugh Evans drying his socks and innersoles bivouac area
Hugh Evans, a member of the 10th Mountain Division 85th Regiment Company C, dries his socks over a fire at Camp Hale (Eagle County), Colorado. A backpack and tent are nearby.
(361a) 1944 April. CWO A. G. Finn
Chief Warrant Officer A. Gardner Finn, a member of the 10th Mountain Division, 110th Signal Corps, leans against a "weasel" snow-track (snowcat) vehicle (an M-29 cargo carrier) near Camp Hale (Eagle County), Colorado. He wears a loose jacket and cap. The snowcat is painted in winter camouflage.
(362a) Spring 1944. D Series
Pack mules graze on a snowy hill during D Series winter training maneuvers held by the Tenth Mountain Division near Camp Hale, Colorado. Buildings, men and temporary buildings are in a field.
(363a) [Spring 1944] Pack mules during D Series
A line of pack mules loaded with wooden crates, moves through the snowy pine woods guided by a Tenth Mountain Division soldier riding a mule. The mules were transporting supplies during the winter maneuvers called D Series held near Camp Hale.
(364a) 1944 May. Officer's table, Co. F party (86th)
Officers from Company F of the 86th Infantry Division pose near a table loaded with beer bottles and dirty dishes at a party. Sketches of nude women and large paper or fabric rosettes are mounted on the wall. The men are in uniform and are identified (left to right) as: 1) Lt. Donald Marburg, 2) Lt. True, 3) Lt. Frank B. Foster, 4) Major William (?) Murphy, 5) Lt. Casperson, 6) Col. Henry J. Hampton, 7) Colonel Clarence M. Tomlinson, 8) Lt. Raymond A. (?) Sargent, 9) Capt. William D. Drake, 10) Lt. Chapman, and 11) Lt. Wild.
(365a) 1944. 87th Regiment, Company K, Weapons Platoon
Dyer; 27) Hackett; 28) Clark; 29) Johnson; 30) Coleman; 31) Rios; 32) unidentified; 33) Thomas; 34) Botting; 35) Dunbar; 36) Bannano; 37) Kabacki; 38) Adams; 39) Mariduth; 40) Naylor; 41) Jones; 42) Torrs.; Group portrait of the Tenth Mountain Division, 87th Mountain Infantry Regiment Weapons Platoon. Number precceding the name corresponds to photograph. 1) Chapman; 2) unidentified; 3) Dunne; 4) Willus; 5) Palmer; 6) Ferraro; 7) Mahala; 8) Perry; 9) Herbert; 10) Wineguard; 11) Orler; 12) Reedy; 13) Channer; 14) Saggas; 15) Mullins; 16) Sullivan; 17) Jamison; 18) Schroder; 19) Stevens; 20) Secord; 21) Young; 22) unidentified; 23) Burke; 24) unidentified; 25) Witherspoon; 26)
(366a) 1944. 60mm. mortar practice, Camp Hale
Four men, members of the 10th Mountain Division C Company Mortar Squad, kneel or lie on the ground as they prepare to fire a practice round with a 60 mm. mortar near Camp Hale in Eagle County, Colorado. Shows dust from an explosion on a hillside with bare aspen trees.
(367a) 1944. C Co. 85th, Camp Hale
Uniformed soldiers, members of Company C of the 85th Infantry Regiment, pose on skis and snowshoes at Camp Hale in Eagle County, Colorado. The men on skis squat and hold ski-poles. Two of the men wear pullover parkas with fur lining.
(368a) 1944. C Co. 85th Mtn. Inf. Regt. Camp Swift, Texas
Members of C Company, 85th Mountain Infantry Regiment stand at ease in front of military barracks and buildings at Camp Swift (Bastrop County), Texas. The men hold rifles; some hold cigarettes. They are dressed in battle fatigues, helmets, boots and gaiters and they carry backpacks. Soldiers with pack mules are nearby. The barracks are two story wooden buildings with porches, balconies, and wooden ladders mounted on the front.
(369a) 1944. Camp Hale, Colorado, 4th Gun Section, Btry. B 605
Members of the 10th Mountain Division 605th Field Artillery Battalion, Battery B, 4th Gun Section pose with a mule packed with a field artillery weapon near Camp Hale in Eagle County, Colorado. The men wear uniforms and carry rucksacks and rifles. The men are identified as: "Front row: (l. to r.) James Siscoe, Sid O'Neal, Herman Pittman [Pittman has a mustache and carries a mandolin], Back row: (l. to r,) Yon Reynolds, [Kenneth E.] Cronk, Al Galgovitch, Herbuhlig, & B.G. Cash."
(370a) [1944?] Original Co. B, 126th Combat Engineers
Members of the B company of the 126th Mountain Engineer Battalion pose near barracks at Camp Hale (Eagle County), Colorado. The men wear uniforms and helmets and have gas masks in cases slung over their shoulders. The men are identified as: "Row 1 (bottom): 1) Supply Sergeant [Unidentified], 2) Edward J. Plunkett, 3) Aldrich, 4) Dennis E. Tompkins, 5) [unidentified], 6) Starling [Esterling?], Platoon Sergeant, 7) [unidentified] and 8) Paul E. Newell. Row 2 (top): Gordon Ernst, 2) [Unidentified] Company Clerk, 3) Ira A. Klein, 4. Fred A. Nagel, 1st Lieutenant and Company Commander, 5) First Sergeant [Unidentified], and 6) Frank M. Smith.
(371a) 1944. BAR practice, Camp Swift, Texas
A soldier lies in a prone position, and holds and sights a Browning Automatic Rifle, during small weapons practice at a range at Camp Swift (Bastrop County), Texas. The instructor, an Army Staff Sergeant, holds a cigarette and looks on. Other soldiers sit or squat nearby. An ammunition clip and cartridge boxes are on the ground.
(372a) 1944. I & R Platoon Virginia
Members of the 10th Mountain Division I & R Platoon identified as: (standing, back row, left to right) Richard "Alabam" Lewis, "Dick" Warren Johnson, Charlie Unterzuber, Dan Baker, Harry Brandt, (middle row, left to right) Clif Taylor, Bob Blome, Vincent Macaluso, Arn Holeywell, Bob Hackman, Octavias Covington (front row, left to right) John Dickenson, Bill Iglehardt, Jack Shahan, Don Traynor, Alexander Cherkassky, Bill Douglas, and Bert Stoddard, pose outdoors in Virginia.
(373a) [between 1944 and 1945?] A night on the town
Soldiers relax in a clearing in a forest near Camp Swift (Bastrop County), Texas. They stand, sit or squat and listen to a man play the accordion. Most of the men are bare-chested, some hold cigarettes, pipes or beer. A pup tent is near the men; a metal cup hangs on a guy rope.
(374a) [between 1944 and 1945?] Field radio telephone
Andres Vigil, a soldier from the 10th Mountain Division at Camp Hale, talks on a radio telephone in Eagle County, Colorado. The device has a case and antenna, and sits on a rock in the snow.
(375a) 1945 August 16. Kiska Island, Alaska unloading supplies at the Southern Sector Command Post.
United States Army soldiers, members of the 87th Mountain Infantry Regiment , camp on the shore of a cove on Kiska Island, Alaska, after it was retaken by allied troops near the end of the Aleutian Islands Campaign. Tracked amphibious landing vehicles are parked near the waterline. Shows tents, a rocky beach, cliffs and bare hillsides. A truck and steam shovels are in the distance.