Full title:The Japanese-Americans who compose the 442nd combat team in training at Camp Shelby are keenly interested in daily news from the actual front. Here a jeep crew keeps abreast of the war news while waiting in a concealed position for orders to move up. The 442nd combat team at Camp Shelby is composed entirely of Americans of Japanese descent who volunteered for services in the armed forces. This unit of approximately 8000 men is undergoing intensive training in all branches of combat duty, and they are looking forward with eagerness to actual services at the front.<lb /> Photographer: Mace, Charles E.<lb /> Camp Shelby, Mississippi. Part of: War Relocation Authority Photographs of Japanese-American Evacuation and Resettlement
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