Title: 2nd U. S. Army Missle Command (Medium): Fort...
Publisher: Taylor Publishing Company, Dallas, Texas
Publication Date: 1959
Book Condition: Very Good+
Dark blue cover with two color and bossing with title, vehicle-launched missile, and unit shoulder insignia, pictorial endpapers, unpaginated but approximately 150 pages, one-page history and the balance photos with brief captions. Numerous group photos some with rosters and some without. Light edge/corner wear. Bookseller Inventory # 001600
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Store Description: We have provided quality publications and collectibles to readers, collectors, and researchers since 1964. Moving entirely to Internet sales in 1996, we continue to specialize in historical military publications, documents, and military collectibles. A sizable inventory on non-military topics is also available and is (slowly) being added to our ABE listings. We actively purchase military unit histories, ephemera (documents, paperwork, photos, pretty much anything paper), war souvenirs from foreign wars, and general militaria (uniforms, insignia, helmets/headgear, medals, field gear, etc., etc.).