M1917 .30 cal. Water Cooled Machine Gun Photos
M1917 .30 cal. watercooled machinegun, belt feed.
More information about the M1917 .30 cal. Water Cooled Machine Gun is available at the linked page.
Today in WW II: 20 Jun 1943 Operation TOENAILS opens with Marines landing at Segi Point on Vangunu Island, southeast of New Georgia.
Photos of the M1917 .30 cal. Water Cooled Machine Gun
National Guard troops with M1917 .30 cal. machine gun, on wheeled carriage, during labor unrest at the Chevrolet factories in Flint, MI, Jan-Feb 1937.
Training on the M1917 .30 cal. machine gun, early WW II.
M1917 .30 cal. water cooled machine gun and crew well camouflaged by trees during maneuvers, McClellan Field, Sacramento, CA, 1942.
An American machine gun crew with their M1917 .30 cal. watercooled machine gun on maneuvers in the British West Indies, 1942.
Machine gun crew carries their M1917 .30 cal. MG to its position during maneuvers, Fort Riley, KS, April 1942.
M1917 .30 cal. machine gun mounted on the rail of a mechanized cavalry reconnaissance unit armored scout car, Fort Riley, KS, April 1942.
M1917 .30 cal. machine gun crew guards a bridge from aircraft, Second Army Middle Tennessee Maneuvers, 1942. Shown are PVT Robert Hutcheson (gunner) of Red Bay, AL, and PVT Virgil Lorence (assistant gunner) of Lucern, MO.
USMC 51st Composite Bn Engineers firing M1917 .30 cal. machine guns on the range at Camp Lejeune, New River, NC, March 1943.