Machine gun training post-WWI beside Armory. Cadets are seen training with the Browning M1917A1 .303 water cooled machine gun mounted on the standard M1917 tripod. This weapon saw only limited use by the US Army during WWI. This photo, probably just after WWI, shows training of cadets in setting up and firing the gun.
Rifle training on campus by Armory. Cadets are seated with rifles, apparently live fire training into a large pile of firewood behind Armory. In the far background, the artillery company has their French 75mm guns on field for similar exercises. The large wood pile is approximately 20'x100' in size.
View of the 155mm heavy artillery piece. Of special note is the gun showing the remnants of the WWI style camouflage (3 color type) used on equipment in the WWI through early 1920s period. The huge bore of the heavy gun is featured as well as the hard rubber wheels on the carriage. Photo is taken inside of the Armory building showing the construction of the open parade/training area.