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S/Sgt. Gilbert R. Langton (seated), 275 E. Claybourne Ave., Salt Lake City, Utah, and Corp. Donald Allen (extreme right), 117 E. Pine St., Enid, Oklahoma, pass out the rations of beer, soap, cigars, cigarettes and tomato juice at a U.S. Army post in New Delhi, India on Nov. 27, 1943. Irregularity of delivery has been overcome and rations are passed out regularly three days a month. The cigarette ration allows one package a day per man. At extreme left is Pvt. Howard M. Pressley, Waynesville, N.C. and in extreme rear is S/Sgt. Dale W. Rogers, Eloy, Ariz. Others, right to left: M/Sgt. Edmond J. Roth, 409 Front Street, Pottsville, Penn.; Maj. Helmut K. Schmid, 720 W. 72nd St., Chicago, Ill.; T/4 Paul G. Stetson, 715 18th Ave. North, Seattle, Wash.; 2nd. Lt. Ernest Sackman, Riverton, Wyo.; T/3 William D. Stehly, 1041 Tuxedo Blvd., Webster Groves, Mo. (AP Photo)
A Look Back: Utahns in action during WWII

First Published Jun 06 2014 07:59 am • Last Updated Jun 12 2014 02:23 pm

Each Friday, The Salt Lake Tribune presents historic images in a special series called A Look Back. This week’s installment features photos of Utahns in action during, and just after, World War II.

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