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Military training camps

Subject Source: Fast (Faceted Application Of Subject Terminology)

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Announcement of military training camp at the Virginia Military Institute for summer of 1917 [digital]

 Digital Collection

Reminiscences of Camp Life in the United States during World War I, ca. 1925

Scope and Contents Typescript memoirs by William B. Cochran documenting his stateside service during World War I. He was stationed at numerous troop training camps, including Camp Taylor, near Louisville, Kentucky.

Superintendent Edward W. Nichols newsletters and circulars, 1917

Scope and Contents Newsletters and circulars dating from the administration of Superintendent Edward W. Nichols. These relate to military preparation activities during the World War I era.

World War I Students' Army Training Corps (SATC) and Training Camps Records, 1917 - 1919

 File — Box SF047
Scope and Contents Records of VMI's participation in a government programs to to provide military training during World War I. The material consists of correspondence, rosters, and financial records documenting operation of summer intensive training camps held at VMI during 1917 and 1918; and of the SATC program. File also includes information about British officer detailed to VMI, 1918.

World War I training camps at VMI, 1917 - 1918

Scope and Contents Three notebooks, including "Record of Drills", "Inspection Book", and "VMI T. C. Delinquencies".