Field Artillery Journal

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Fort Sill - Henry Post Army Airfield - Field Artillery Officers and The Olympics
... Fort Sill, Oklahoma and the field artillery branch saw their only Olympic medals awarded in the 1932 Los Angeles Olympics ... Mayo The first medal came from a totally unexpected source – a wiry field artillery lieutenant who took part in the pentathlon. 5, 1932 Daily Oklahoman, the Field Artillery Journal, Sept.-Oct ...

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