Camp Toccoa, GA
1942


photos from David Keckan, grandson of
1SG Walter Neton (Transportation Platoon, Service Company, 506th PIR, 1942-1945)

Motor Pool

Motor Pool




Tents
The Camp Toccoa location had been a training camp for the Georgia National
Guard, so tents were used at the beginning, because there were no barracks.





Barracks

Barracks




Tower Jump

Jumping from the 34-foot mock up tower




Neton

(2nd from left): MSG Walter Neton, who later became 1SG of the Service Company




Training Jump

Training Jump


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This page updated 04/06/13