It is uncommon to see an image with the Sno-Train on the beach, let alone with troops and company or battalion guidon. I date this photo sometime after it came back from Greenland in early to mid 1957 and before August of 1960. Why August of 1960? You will have to wait until the book comes out!
The Firestone 120x48x68 tires are arguably, one of the most recognizable features on the last 3 LeTourneau Overland Trains. These…Continue Reading
Willow Freeze was a 5 phase maneuver during the winter of 1960-1961. It involved elements from the United States Army…Continue Reading
During my trip to Texas last week, I interviewed a man who drafted the suspension components for the Overland Train…Continue Reading