Recent Posts

  • The Army Mapping Service

    Between 1941 and 1968, the Army Map Service was responsible for the publication and distribution of military topographic maps for use by U.S. military forces. Created from a merger of […]

  • From The Director: March 2021

    Well, February was a month that I am glad to see behind us. The record lows and snowfall were worrisome, but how quickly things change in Oklahoma. Special recognition to […]

  • THE M1 CARBINE—ARTICLE BY THE NATIONAL PARKS SERVICE

    The M1 Carbine was developed as a “light rifle,” chambered for .30 pistol weight ammunition to deliver accurate semi-automatic fire from a 15-round detachable magazine fed by a gas-operated mechanism. […]

  • AN EARLY BILL MAULDIN CARTOON—1941

    GIFT OF BILL MAULDIN, 1986 “COULD I BORROW A TON OF SUGAR?”

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