A number of military personnel take some time to watch a football game. Courtesy of Kathleen Baruth.
A shot of the main street in Taylor, Texas,, taken on July 5, 1942. The men would have had opportunities to visit the town and enjoy the available entertainment when they were given "Leave". Photo courtesy of Kathleen Baruth.
Another shot of the main street in Taylor, Texas, taken on July 5, 1942. Photo courtesy of Kathleen Baruth.
The men's tent area on the Camp Hood facility. Photo courtesy of Kathleen Baruth.
Identified as the motor park and tent area of the training camp area. Taken in July of 1942. Courtesy of Kathleen Baruth.
Water was a vital commodity for the camp and there were probably a number of water collection points throughout the facility. This one seems to be open on top and is being tested for its quality. Courtesy of Kathleen Baruth.
Supplies are being unloaded from one of the unit's trucks. Photo courtesy of Kathleen Baruth.
A photo of Richard C. Schuck on left with another soldier identified as "Gunndy". Taken while stationed in Italy, in December of 1943. Courtesy of Robert Schuck.
Richard C. Schuck sits on one of the unit's M3 tank destroyers, while stationed at Camp Hood, Texas, during their training. The date is identified as July of 1942. Photo courtesy of Robert Schuck.
A line of M3 tank destroyers along with other vehicles of the 805th Tank Destroyer Battilion. Taken while the unit was making final preparations before shipping overseas in August of 1942. Photo courtesy of Robert Schuck.