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Topic - "Mechanical Training: Notes for... Instructor
Posted: Mar 15 2021 at 3:44pm By Matt_X
This is for sale by a milsurp dealer.
I'm not finding a mention of it in the forum or on the main website.

Mechanical Training
US Carbine, Caliber .30, M-2
Notes for Troop Instructors

Compiled by 1st Lt. John T. Carley Jr and 1st Lt. Jared W. Morrow
Published by the Infantry Journal Press
Washington D.C.,  c. 1950

This is the second time I've come across the Infantry Journal Press.  
Anyone know more about them?



The closest listing on the club website is:
MTP3-49
Army Infantry School, Lesson Plan: Carbine Cal. .30, M1 Mechanical Training, 6 hours
15 Dec 1942

If someone here is interested in training and related docs, let me know.  I was going to buy it with some other stuff but then decided the other items were not in as good a condition as I wanted. 
I assume there is no library of carbine books, films, etc., just personal research collections.  Correct me if I'm wrong.





Edited by Matt_X - Mar 15 2021 at 8:53pm

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