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A group of New Mexico National Guardsmen of Troop B, 111th Cavalry regiment. Richard Daly is third from left in top row.

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Cavalrymen of the 111th at Camp Luna, Las Vegas, New Mexico.

1939
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Three-inch anti-aircraft guns of the 200th Coast Artillery (Anti-Aircraft), New Mexico National Guard, firing a salute for the governor at Camp Luna.

July 1940
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The other three members of my height-finder crew at Fort Monroe, Virginia.

September 1940
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Upper row of tents and mess hall are quarters of Battery C, 200th CAC (AA), Army of the United States. Fort Bliss.

March 1941
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Staff Sergeant R. J. Daly outside his quarters, under arms and ready to call out a detachment to duty. My bed was just inside the door on the right.

April 1941
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Loading prime mover with ammunition boxes in preparation for firing at Oro Grande Range. Tents and mess hall in background are quarters for an Arkansas regiment.

June 1941
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Staff Sergeants John Gamble (35 years old) and R. J. Daly (18), at the top of Angel Island, San Francisco Bay. Note my high water pants. I was still growing!

August 1941
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Our barracks at Fort Stotsenburg (Clark Field), Philippine Islands. The white bag holds chlorinated drinking water. Six P-40's flying in front of center cloud.

September 1941
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Battery street outside mess hall. Quarters in background are those of Battery D. A shared bath house is in between.

September 1941
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