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'Faithful as a Dog, Strong as a Mule': The Mighty Jeep

Originally published by World War II magazine. Published Online: July 14, 2009 
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A test driver puts a Ford jeep through its paces in April 1941 at Fort Sam Huston, Texas. (National Archives)


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    Steve Humble says:

    WWII Magazine Sept 2009 issue, article, "The incredibe Jeep" needs a correction to caption on photo titled "LIFTOFF" the jeep pctured is described as made by American Bantam Car, however the photo is a Ford produced GP, easily identified by the lack of headlights on the fender and the low flat hood. It is a very good jeep article, that provided some additional detail to the developement of the jeep.



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