“A Mess ‘O Men” by Stan Payne, May 5, 1951. Courtesy of Special Collections, Pikes Peak Library District. Image Number: 004-10677.

Caption under photo: “Here is a portion of the more than 12,000 Camp Carson troops who watched the air-ground war exercises at the camp on Saturday. Units shown here are the 196th Infantry, the 3-3th Engineer Group, the 14th Regiment Combat Team, the Provisional Artillery and the 5022nd Army Service Unit.” Photo appeared in the Colorado Springs Gazette Telegraph on May 6, 1951, page A8.

Click HERE to see more historic images of the Pikes Peak region at the PPLD’s Digital Photo Archive.

 

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