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Организованный горный туризм, 9 серия, тренировки в цвете

1942. Arnold Faucus (foreground) w / film crew a one track snowcat, steered with skis from behind the cab


1 серия (январь-февраль 1945 г.)
2 серия (март 1945 г.)
3 серия (апрель-май 1945 г.)
4 серия (1945 г.)
5 серия (1945 г.)
6 серия (1945 г., лето 1945 г.)
7 серия, тренировочная (1941-1944 гг.)
8 серия (1945 г., Kodachrome)


(390) [1941] [Fifteenth] 15th Inf.
Members of the 15th Infantry Ski Patrol set up pyramid tents with A & T (Anderson Thompson) skis on the west side of Mount Rainier in Washington. Other equipment includes backpacks and ski poles. This ski patrol was part of the early training groups for what would later become the 10th Mountain Division.


(391) [1941] [Fifteenth] 15th Inf.
Members of the 15th Infantry Ski Patrol cook at a camp for a training film in Washington. Men from possibly the Signal Corps stand nearby with cameras. This ski patrol was part of the early training groups for what would become the 10th Mountain Division.


(392) [1941] Olympic Mts. 41st. Div.
Members of the 41st Division Ski Patrol cross a shallow creek on skis in the Olympic Mountains in Washington. They carry backpacks and walk with ski poles. This patrol was one of the early training groups for what would later become the 10th Mountain Division.


(393) 1941. Otto Lang training film in Sun Valley
Members of the Army Ski Troops (later the 10th Mountain Division) ski on a hillside while filming a training film in Sun Valley (Blaine County), Idaho. The men wear white winter jackets and caps and carry rifles and rucksacks. The Sawtooth Mountains and probably the Wood River Valley are in the distance.


(394) 1941. 5th Inf. Ski Patrol in Sun Valley, during training film
A member of the Mountain Division, 15th Infantry Ski Patrol (later the 10th Mountain Division) adjusts his rifle during filming for an Otto Lang training film at Sun Valley (Blaine County), Idaho. He stands on skis and wears a winter jacket and cap. He carries a rucksack. His gloves are perched on his ski poles beside him. Shows the Sawtooth Mountains in the distance.


(395) 1941. Otto Lang training film in Sun Valley Ray Zoberski, Aerojais (sp.), Marty Ariaga (i.e. Arriaga), Arnold Faucus, Tom Hill.
Members of the Army Ski Troops (later the 10th Mountain Division) stand near a large gnarled pine tree during filming for an Otto Lang training film near Sun Valley (Blaine County), Idaho. The men stand on skis and wear dark blue pants with winter parkas and hats, and rucksacks and rifles on their backs. Some of the men are identified as Ray Zoberski, Aerojais, Martin Arriaga, Arnold Faucus, and Tom Hill.


(396) 1941. Sigi Engel, Sun Valley, Otto Lang training film
Sigi (Sigmund?) Engel poses on skis while he is filmed for a training film in the mountains near Sun Valley (Blaine County), Idaho. He wears a winter parka and cap.


(397) 1941. Ralph Phelps Commanding Officer of 41st Division Ski Patrol Training in WA possibly Olympic Mts.
Ralph Phelps, a Commanding Officer of the 41st Division Ski Patrol, poses outdoors in the Olympic Mountains in Washington State. He holds skis and poles and wears a cap, mittens, and goggles.


(398) [1941 or 1942] Ralph Bromaghin in Sun Valley training film
Ralph Bromaghin, a soldier in the 86th Infantry, poses on the face of a rock cliff during the production of a training film near Sun Valley (Blaine County), Idaho. He wears a light weight summer parka, sunglasses and a cap. Mountains are in the distance.


(399) 1941 or 1942. Don Goodman and Charlie McLane leading a ski-mountaineer class near Paradise, Washington
Don Goodman from Idaho, second from the left, and Charlie McLane on the right lead one of the first ski-mountaineer classes in the 87th Mountain Infantry Regiment (re-enforced) near Paradise Lodge, Washington. Behind them approximately fifteen soldiers practise skiing on a snowy slope. All are wearing brown wool uniforms and knapsacks.


(400) ca. 1941 or 1942. Possibly Sun Valley
A member of probably the Army Ski Troops (later the 10th Mountain Division) skis in deep snow in a mountain clearing near possibly Sun Valley (Blaine County), Idaho. He holds ski poles and wears a rucksack.


(401) [Winter, 1942] Man at first aid station during Silver Skis race, Mount Rainier, Washington
A man smiles towards the camera from the first aid station during the Silver Skis Race, near a rock outcropping, on Mount Rainier. The red cross flag blows in the wind. Many 87th Mountain Infantry Regiment (re- enforced) troops participated in the race.


(402) Winter 1942. First aid station, Silver Skis Race, Mount Rainier, Washington
Two men stand at the first aid station during the Silver Skis race on Mount Rainier. Both men are wearing caps with earflaps, and anoraks. The man on the left is leaning on a ski pole. The station is located at a rock outcropping marked by a red-cross flag. Many 87th Mountain Infantry Regiment (re-enforced) soldiers participated in the race. A snow covered mountain ridge is visible across the valley.


(403) 1942 April 14. Snowcat having problems on the way to Owl Creek cabin 87th Inf. Detachment. Sun Valley.
Members of the 87th Infantry Detachment (later 10th Mountain Division) inspect a snowcat near Sun Valley in Blaine County, Idaho. Some wear parkas, caps and knapsacks. A Union Pacific logo is on the door of the snowcat. Shows a few patches of snow in the trees on the mountain.


(404) [1942 April 24] John & Verone Woodward
John Woodward, a member of the 15th Infantry Ski Patrol and later the 10th Mountain Division, poses on skis with his wife Verone Woodward on Mount Baldy near Sun Valley, Idaho.


(405) Spring 1942. Mount Rainier from North Fort Lewis, Washington
View of snow-capped Mount Rainer taken from North Fort Lewis, Washington. White army barracks and parked cars line a flat open field bordered by pine trees in the distance. One person is visible walking toward the nearest building. The 87th Mountain Infantry Regiment (re- enforced) trained both at Fort Lewis and on Mount Rainier.


(406) Spring 1942. Captain Albert Jackman at Cadaver Gap, Mount Rainier, Washington
Captain Albert Jackman of the 87th Mountain Infantry Regiment (re-enforced) and commander of the Mount Rainier Test Expedition, at Cadaver Gap, Mount Rainier, Washington.


(407) Spring 1942. 87th Mountain Infantry Regiment re-enforced, Company C preparing to support the Mount Rainier Test Expedition, Paradise, Washington
Men from 87th Mountain Infantry Regiment (re-enforced), Company C line up beside their skis as they prepare to support the Mount Rainier Test Expedition. Behind them is Paradise Lodge, obscured by tremendous snow drifts.


(408) [1942, May] View of Camp Two looking through Cadaver Gap at Camp One, Mount Rainer, Washington
View of Camp Two looking through Cadaver Gap at Camp Muir, (also known as Camp One during the Mount Rainier Test Expedition conducted by men from the 87th Mountain Infantry Regiment, re-enforced). Two pyramid tents are pitched in the snow in the foreground. The stone cabin at Camp Muir is visible on a slight rise across a large open snow field. Beyond Camp Muir rough mountain territory stretches into the distance.


(409) [May 16, 1942] Men and fog on the summit of Mount Rainier, Washinton
Seven men from the Mount Rainier Test Expedition of the 87th Mountain Infantry Regiment (re-enforced) on the summit as fog descends and obscures visibility. All relax in various states of repose wearing anoraks with the hoods up, dark pants, and shoe-packs. Most carry ice axes.


(410) [May 1942] Captain Albert Jackman belays Corporal Peter Gabriel as he cuts steps into the face of a crevass en route to the summit of Mount Rainier, Washington
Captain Albert Jackman of the 87th Mountain Infantry Regiment (re-enforced) belays Corporal Peter Gabriel as he uses an ice axe to cut steps into the face of a crevass en route to the summit of Mount Rainier, Washington. Taken during the Mount Rainier Test Expedition lead by Jackman. Both are wearing caps, dark shirts, gloves, khaki pants, shoe- packs, boots and crampons. Jackman has his back to the camera and is carrying a large knapsack.


(411) [May 1942] Captain Albert Jackman and Lieutenant Paul Townsend inside an Everest Tent, on Mount Rainier, Washington
View of Captain Albert Jackman and Lieutenant Paul Townsend of the 87th Mountain Infantry Regiment (re-enforced) inside a green Everest Tent during the Mount Rainier Test Expedition. Jackman is taking notes and Townsend is reading. Equipment includes a stove, boots and crampons, and a sleeping bag. Jackman is wearing a cap, a dark shirt, khaki pants, and smooth-soled black boots. Townsend is wearing khaki shirt and pants and smooth-soled black boots.


(412) [May 1942] Corporal Eldon Metzger attaching ski climbers, Mount Rainier, Washington
Corporal Eldon Metzger of the 87th Mountain Infantry Regiment (re-enforced), attaches ski climbers as part of the Mount Rainier Test Expedition. Metzger is wearing dark-glasses, and zinc oxide on his lips, a dark shirt and pants, suspenders, a belt and a watch.


(413) [May 1942] Captain Albert Jackman, 87th Mountain Infantry Regiment re- enforced
Portrait of Captain Albert Jackman of the 87th Mountain Infantry Regiment (re-enforced) leader of the Mount Rainier Test Expedition. He is wearing a cap, snow goggles, khaki anorak, light khaki pants, shoe packs and crampons and sitting in the snow.


(414) [May 1942] Private Paul Estes attaching crampons, Camp Two, Mount Rainier, Washington
Private Paul Estes of the 87th Mountain Infantry Regiment (re- enforced) attaches crampons to his boots at Camp Two during the Mount Rainier Test Expedition. Estes is wearing a cap, goggles, khaki anorak, pants, and boots. The crampons are metal with leather straps.


(415) [May 1942] Sergeant Ralph Wiese, Camp Two, Mount Rainier, Washington
Sergeant Ralph Wiese of the 87th Mountain Infantry Regiment (re- enforced), at Camp Two during the Mount Rainier Test Expedition. Wiese is wearing a cap, dark glasses with leather blinders attached, goggles around his neck, a brown shirt, a gray undershirt and a backpack. He has a pen in his pocket.


(416) [May 1942] Soldiers from Rope One at Camp One, Mount Rainier Washington
View taken from above of four soldiers from the 87th Mountain Infantry Regiment (re-enforced) Test Expedition, belonging to Rope One, led by Peter Gabriel, other members included Captain Albert Jackman and the photographer. They stand near two pyramid tents, which were being tested for effectiveness. The tents are pitched in small clearings in the snow with the extra snow piled on to one side for protection. Bags of equipment, backpacks and skis are stored outside the tents. The men are wearing anoraks with the hoods up, wool pants and shoe-packs.


(417) [May 1942] Skitroops from Company C line up for Mount Rainier Test Expedition support, Washington
Skitroops from the 87th Mountain Infantry Regiment (re-enforced), Company C form a line while holding a rope in a snow covered field on Mount Rainier. According to the photographer, the troops are preparing to support the equipment testing expedition.


(418) [May 1942] Lieutenant John Jay with motion picture camera, Mount Rainier, Washington
Portrait of Lieutenant John Jay of the 87th Mountain Infantry Regiment (re-enforced) holding a small motion picture camera. Jay is wearing a head-band that covers his ears, dark goggles, a gold watch with a leather band, and a khaki anorak. Taken during the Mount Rainier Test Expedition.


(419) [May 20, 1942] Leaving Camp Muir at the end of the Mount Rainier expedition, Washington
Thirteen men, expedition team members, and porters from the 87th Mountain Infantry Regiment (re-enforced) prepare to leave Camp Muir, also known as Camp One during the Mount Rainier expedition lead by Captain Albert Jackman to test field equipment and mountain rations. The men are grouped around the stone cabin that is Camp Muir. The men stand amid skis and bundles of equipment. All are wearing dark khaki anoraks, dark shirts, light khaki pants, and shoe-packs. The sun is shining, snow covers the ground and thick clouds obscure the landscape below. A cone-shaped, snow- covered mountain is visible in the distance.


(420) [May, 1942] Above Cadaver Gap en route to Camp Two during the Mount Rainier expedition, Washington
A soldier from the 87th Mountain Infantry Regiment (re-enforced) looks at Cadaver Gap en route to Camp Two during the Mount Rainier Expedition. He is wearing a cap, goggles, gloves, and an anorak and is carrying a large backpack, and rope and resting his arm on an ice ax. A ski pole protrudes from the top of the backpack. Steep, jagged rocks slightly covered by fog fill the background.


(421) [May, 1942] Group of skitroopers in "whites", near Paradise, Washington
A group of twelve 87th Mountain Infantry Regiment (re-enforced) skitroopers, wearing winter camouflage uniforms or "whites" and carrying knapsacks and rifles, stand near pine trees heavily covered with snow.


(422) [May] 1942. First Battalion, 87th Mountain Infantry Regiment re-enforced, 1942, Paradise, Washington
View of a group of skitroopers from 87th Mountain Infantry Regiment (re-enforced) in the first winter camouflage uniforms or "whites" with rifles standing at ease in a snow covered field in the mountains. Taken, according to the photographer, during the last of training at Paradise, Washington. In the background a rise a range of snow covered mountains.


(423) [1942] Lieutenant Paul Townsend skiing, Paradise, Washington
Lieutenant Paul Townsend of the 87th Mountain Infantry Regiment (re-enforced), skis barechested near Paradise, Washington.


(424) [1942] Men on the roof of Paradise Lodge, Washington
A group of men from the 87th Mountain Infantry Regiment (re- enforced) at ease on the roof of Paradise Lodge, Washington on a sunny day. Snow covered mountains stretch into the distance.


(425) [1942] Mountain landscape near Paradise, Washington
A snowy mountain landscape taken near Paradise, Washington shows the area where the 87th Mountain Infantry Regiment (re-enforced) began mountain training.


(426) [1942] Captain Paul Lafferty and ski instructors, Paradise, Washington
Captain Paul Lafferty and five ski instructors, all from the 87th Mountain Infantry Regiment (re-enforced), stand on skis at the top of a slope in the mountains near Paradise, Washington. All are wearing caps, anoraks, wool pants and shoe-packs.


(427) [1942] Paradise Lodge buried in snow, Washington
View of Paradise Lodge, Washington, training Headquarters of the 87th Mountain Infantry Regiment (re-enforced). The building is buried in snow. Two doors on the ground floor are visible and two windows on upper floors are partially clear. A jeep is parked close to the building and two men in uniform walk toward the main entrance with their backs to the camera.


(428) [1942] Captain Paul Lafferty, Paradise, Washington
Portrait of Paul Lafferty, Captain in the 87th Mountain Infantry Regiment (re-enforced). He is wearing a white anorak, sun glasses, goggles, a knapsack and has a rifle over his shoulder. In the background other skitroops dressed in the same uniforms stand at the base of a snow covered hill in the mountains near Paradise, Washington.


(429) [1942] Evacuation of injured student near Paradise, Washington
Seven men from the 87th Mountain Infantry Regiment (re-enforced) wearing skis pull an injured student strapped to a sled across the snow, near Paradise, Washington.


(430) [1942] Evacuation of student to medic van near Paradise, Washington
An injured student lashed to a stretcher is lowered off a snowbank approximately six feet deep by a team of ten 87th Mountain Infantry Regiment (re-enforced) soldiers into an ambulance. At the top of the image one soldier on skis stands in a deep snow-plough position holding a rope to stabilize the stretcher. Three men kneel at the top of the snowbank to support the top of the strecher. Six men support the bottom of the stretcher and prepare to put it into the ambulance. All are in dark wool uniforms, caps and shoe-packs. According to the caption one of the men is Sargeant McKenzie.


(431) [1942] Front of Tatoosh Lodge, Paradise, Washington
A partial view of Tatoosh Lodge on Mount Rainier. The roof is covered with snow. One group of four 87th Mountain Infantry Regiment (re- enforced) skitroops stand near the door of the lodge holding skis. Another group of four men carry their skis. All are dwarfed by a snowbank approximately ten feet deep. Tatoosh and Paradise Lodges were used by the 87th during the winter of 1941-1942.


(432) [1942] My class, Paradise, Washington
Five men from the 87th Mountain Infantry Regiment (re-enforced) ski through deep snow on a slight slope near Paradise, Washington. All are wearing caps, anoraks, wool pants, and shoe-packs. All were in the photographer's skiing class.



(433) [1942] My class, Paradise, Washington
Seven men from the 87th Mountain Infantry Regiment (re-enforced) stand in a row on skis in the middle of an open snow field. The men were in a class taught by the photographer. Other skitroops are visible behind.


(434) [1942] Skitroops in whites with rifles, Ft. Lewis, Washington
A group of soldiers from the 87th Infantry Regiment (re-enforced) wearing "whites" or snow camouflage uniforms, carrying knapsacks and rifles, face away from the camera at the top of a snow covered hill. The men in front of the group are beginning a descent down the slope on their skis.


(435) [1942] Two men practice rescuing a man from the snow, Paradise, Washington
Two soldiers from the 87th Mountain Infantry Regiment (re- enforced) practice rescuing a man from the snow using ropes. The man on the left is wearing a pith helmet and dark clothing. He is smiling and holding lightly onto a rope. The man in the center is attached to the rope. He is wearing a pith helmet and dark shirt and is buried up to his chest in snow. The third man leans into the task of pulling on his side of the rope. He is bare headed and wearing dark clothing.


(436) [1942] Zoberski & Faucus MGM training film
Ray Zoberski and Arnold Faucus, members of the 10th Mountain Division, 15th Infantry Ski Patrol, an early group for what would become the 10th Mountain Division, demonstrate cross-country skiing techniques during the filming of a training film in Sun Valley, Idaho. Cameramen are nearby.


(437) [1942] Otto Lang trng. film
Otto Lang, director of a training film for the Army Ski Troops which would later become the 10th Mountain Division, stands on snowshoes in Sun Valley, Idaho. A member of the 15th Infantry Ski Patrol stands nearby on skis. The men wear facemasks and hats.


(438) [1942] Filming in Sun Valley, Idaho for MGM training film
A member of the 15th Infantry Ski Patrol, an early training group for what would become the 10th Mountain Division, sits and ties his boot during the filming of a training film in Sun Valley, Idaho. Cameramen and reflectors are nearby.


(439) [1942] MGM trng. film
MGM cameramen climb the face of a mountain during the filming of a training film for the Army Ski Troops, later the 10th Mountain Division, by the 15th Infantry Ski Patrol near Sun Valley, Idaho. One man holds a camera.


(440) [1942] Instructors, Paradise, Washington
Nineteen instructors from the 87th Mountain Infantry Regiment (re-enforced) stand at ease on their skis, or sit in a snow covered valley. One man practices a snow-plough stop. All are wearing caps, dark wool uniforms and shoe-packs. Snow covered mountains rise in the distance, near Paradise, Washington.


(441) 1942. Prager, MGM training film in Sun Valley
Walter Prager, 10th Mountain Division, 87th Mountain Infantry, jumps off a cornice on Bald Mountain on skis while he is filmed for a production of an MGM Army training film at Sun Valley (Blaine County), Idaho. He wears a white winter parka and cap and protective sunglasses.


(442) 1942. MacNamara [i.e. McNamara] demonstrating climbing tech. with a Swiss shoulder belay MGM training film in Sun Valley.
Members of the Army Ski Troops (later the 10th Mountain Division) watch as a man identified as McNamara demonstrates the use of a "Swiss" shoulder belay in rock climbing for an MGM training film in Sun Valley (Blaine County), Idaho. The men wear uniforms that include parkas and caps. Three of the men have rifles and knapsacks, one man has a sword attached to his knapsack.


(443) 1942. Arnold Faucus (foreground) w / film crew a one track snowcat, steered with skis from behind the cab.
Arnold Faucus and ski troops, members of the Mountain Division, 15th Infantry Ski Patrol (later 10th Mountain Division), and an MGM film crew stand or sit on the back of a trailer pulled by a snowcat during the filming of a training film near Sun Valley in Blaine County, Idaho.


(444) 1942. Practicing snowshoe techniques on a steep hill, Paradise, Washington
Two men in the 87th Mountain Infantry Regiment (re-enforced) practise snowshoe techniques on a steep hill near Paradise, Washington. Below them four others wait their turn. All are wearing wool uniforms caps and carry knapsacks and rifles.


(445) 1942. The birth of "Sven", 1942
A 87th Mountain Infantry Regiment (re-enforced) soldier wearing snowshoes attempts to climb a steep snowbank behind another soldier who offers his hand to help. Two men walking on snowshoes are partially visible in the background. The soldier in the center of the image is wearing a khaki anorak, wool pants, gloves and boots and carrying a knapsack and rifle. According to the photographer, this image was taken on the day that the men were ordered by the Regimental comander, Colonel Onslow S. Rolfe, to test the effectiveness of snowshoes in comparison with skis for winter mobility. They wrote and sang a song about the event in which a skier named Oola and a snowshoer named Sven compete against one another to prove which method is better.


(446) [between 1942 and 1945] Hans H. "Pepi" Teichner
Hans "Pepi" Teichner, a member of the 10th Mountain Division 86th Regiment Company G, poses outdoors. He wears a jacket and cap.
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