Prudential Army-Navy Booklet - Copyright 1917, World War I, WWI, The Great War

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Prudential Army-Navy Booklet - World War I, WWI

"The Army and The Navy of the United States of America" - Copyright 1917 by The Prudential Insurance Company of America


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Front Cover - "The Army and The Navy of the United States of America" - Copyright 1917 by The Prudential Insurance Company of America Back Cover - "The Army and The Navy of the United States of America" - Copyright 1917 by The Prudential Insurance Company of America

Front and Back Cover of Booklet

 

Page 1: blank

 

Page 2: The Army and The Navy graphic. Click on image to see a larger version of it.

Page 2: The Army and The Navy

 

Title Page or Page 3: The Army and The Navy of the United States of America. Click on image to see a larger version of it.

Page 3: The Army and The Navy of the United States of America
Copyright 1917
The Prudential Insurance Company of America
Incorporated under the laws of the State of New Jersey
Forrest F. Dryden; President
Newark, New Jersey

 

Army Insignia

Page 4: Insignia of the Army and the Navy. Click on image to see a larger version of it.

Navy Insignia

Page 4: Insignia of the Army and the Navy. (Top and bottom areas of page have been enlarged.)

 

Page 5: A Forward. Click on image to see a larger version of it.

Page 5: A Forward

 

Page 6: Infantryman. Click on image to see a larger version of it.

Page 6: Infantryman

 

Page 7: Infantry (continued). Click on image to see a larger version of it.

Page 7: Infantry (continued)

 

Page 8: Cavalryman. Click on image to see a larger version of it.

Page 8: Cavalryman

 

Page 9: Cavalry (continued). Click on image to see a larger version of it.

Page 9: Cavalry (continued)

 

Page 10: Engineer - Equipment same as Infantryman. Click on image to see a larger version of it.

Page 10: Engineer - Equipment same as Infantryman.

 

Page 11: Engineers (continued). Click on image to see a larger version of it.

Page 11: Engineers (continued)

 

Page 12: Field Wireless Outfit - Insert: Signaling with Semaphore Flags. Click on image to see a larger version of it.

Page 12: Field Wireless Outfit - Insert: Signaling with Semaphore Flags

 

Page 13: Signal Corps (continued). Click on image to see a larger version of it.

Page 13: Signal Corps (continued)

 

Page 14: Aviator in Flying Costume. Click on image to see a larger version of it.

Page 14: Aviator in Flying Costume

 

Page 15: Aviation (continued). Click on image to see a larger version of it.

Page 15: Aviation (continued)

 

Pages 16: Armored Vehicles, Equipment, and Weapons. Click on image to see a larger version of it. Pages 17: Armored Vehicles, Equipment, and Weapons. Click on image to see a larger version of it.

Pages 16 and 17: Armored Vehicles, Equipment, and Weapons

 

Page 18: Artillery. Click on image to see a larger version of it.

Page 18: Artillery

 

Page 19: Field & Coast Artillery in Action. Click on image to see a larger version of it.

Page 19: Field & Coast Artillery in Action

 

Page 20: Marine and Sailor. Click on image to see a larger version of it.

Page 20: Marine and Sailor

 

Page 21: Marine - Full Dress Uniform and Sailor - Service Uniform. Click on image to see a larger version of it.

Page 21: Marine - Full Dress Uniform and Sailor - Service Uniform

 

Page 22: Dreadnaughts. Click on image to see a larger version of it.

Page 22: Dreadnaughts

 

Page 23: Dreadnaught (Bird's-Eye View). Click on image to see a larger version of it.

Page 23: Dreadnaught (Bird's-Eye View)

 

Page 24: Torpedo Boat Destroyers. Click on image to see a larger version of it.

Page 24: Torpedo Boat Destroyers

 

Page 25: Torpedo Vessel ("Destroyer") At Full Speed in the Open Sea. Click on image to see a larger version of it.

Page 25: Torpedo Vessel ("Destroyer") At Full Speed in the Open Sea

 

Page 26: Submarines. Click on image to see a larger version of it.

Page 26: Submarines

 

Page 27: Submarine Running On Surface - Coming into Harbor. Click on image to see a larger version of it.

Page 27: Submarine Running On Surface - Coming into Harbor

 

Page 28: Scout Cruisers. Click on image to see a larger version of it.

Page 28: Scout Cruisers

 

Page 29: Scout Cruiser On Patrol Duty. Click on image to see a larger version of it.

Page 29: Scout Cruiser On Patrol Duty

 

Page 30: Medical Dept. Click on image to see a larger version of it.

Page 30: Medical Dept.

 

Page 31: Motor Ambulance and Field Hospital. Click on image to see a larger version of it.

Page 31: Motor Ambulance and Field Hospital

 

Page 32: What Every Soldier Ought To Know. Click on image to see a larger version of it.

Page 32: What Every Soldier Ought To Know


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