Today in WW II: 28 Mar 1942 A force of 650 British Commandos stage a raid on the French coastal town of St. Nazaire aimed at its German U-Boat pens and other naval facilities.  More 
28 Mar 1943 Port of Naples, Italy: ammunition ship Caterina Costa, loaded with supplies for Italian forces in Africa, explodes killing 600 plus 3000 injured.
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M19 Ammunition Cans Gallery 1: Mount Vernon Metals, Inc.

M19 Ammunition Can by Mount Vernon Metals, Inc.  Photo courtesy Todd Kavanagh
M19 Ammunition Can by Mount Vernon Metals, Inc. Photo courtesy Todd Kavanagh.

M19 Ammunition Can by Mount Vernon Metals, Inc.  Photo courtesy Todd Kavanagh
M19 Ammunition Can by Mount Vernon Metals, Inc. Photo courtesy Todd Kavanagh.

M19 Ammunition Can by Mount Vernon Metals, Inc.  Photo courtesy Todd Kavanagh
M19 Ammunition Can by Mount Vernon Metals, Inc. Photo courtesy Todd Kavanagh.

M19 Ammunition Can by Mount Vernon Metals, Inc.  Photo courtesy Todd Kavanagh
M19 Ammunition Can by Mount Vernon Metals, Inc. Photo courtesy Todd Kavanagh.

M19 Ammunition Can by Mount Vernon Metals, Inc.  Photo courtesy Todd Kavanagh
M19 Ammunition Can by Mount Vernon Metals, Inc. Photo courtesy Todd Kavanagh.

M19 Ammunition Can by Mount Vernon Metals, Inc.  Photo courtesy Todd Kavanagh
M19 Ammunition Can by Mount Vernon Metals, Inc. Photo courtesy Todd Kavanagh.

M19 Ammunition Can by Mount Vernon Metals, Inc.  Photo courtesy Todd Kavanagh
M19 Ammunition Can by Mount Vernon Metals, Inc. Photo courtesy Todd Kavanagh.

M19 Ammunition Can by Mount Vernon Metals, Inc.  Photo courtesy Todd Kavanagh
M19 Ammunition Can by Mount Vernon Metals, Inc. Photo courtesy Todd Kavanagh.

Thanks to Todd Kavanagh for providing the photos and motivation for this page.