|The photos on this page also come from Steve Cradick.
Steve calls this "Indian Country" and it was an appropriate place for the Trackers. When CTT became IPCT, the emblem for all the Trackers became an American Indian scouting a track.
|The mission's over and it's time to care for the dog, put up the gear and take a well deserved rest. That's Steve in the foreground and Shadow to his lower right.|
|A culinary discussion group, or is it a tactics review for a coming mission? From L to R: John Dupla (wearing a helmet?), SSG Moore, Donald Turner, Bill Reed and John Dotson.|
|This is a very unusual photo in that the trackers pictured are wearing helmets. L to R: Neil Couch, Nick Nicholson, and Tom Niggermeyer (sans helmet).|
|This is Ralph Clemings, Sambo, and "Frenchy" LaFarlette
sitting on the hardened kennel.
|This is Doug Enders and Bill Reed. Doug was a "real" cowboy from Wyoming and his background made him a real good Tracker! Must have something to do with horses and mountain country?|
|This is Sgt Reggie Maxham with a 1911A in his right hand...just in case!
Max handled Bruce (not pictured).
Because of the cross-trained nature of CTT, Handlers sometimes worked as Visual Trackers, or Coverman and vice versa.
|SP4 Frank Merritt at 2 Bits looking for track and awaiting the next
Steve scanned the photos for this page and page 24. Thanks, Buddy!
|Page 25A (Hyperlink) Sections: (B) (C) (D) (E) (F) (G) (H) (I) (J) (K) (L)||
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