47 images. United States Marines in cold weather training camp at Pickel Meadows ...men from Camp Pendleton go through maneuvers, 09 January 1952. Private First Class Frank Fuda; Corporal William Masterson; Corporal Paul Cullen; Colonel A. L. Bowser, Operations Officer, Camp Pendleton; Brigadier General Robert O. Bare (charge of Camp Pendleton Training and Replacements); Lieutenant Colonel D. B. Hubbard, Commanding Officer, Pickle Meadows; Captain E.A. Harwood, Operations Officer, Cold Weather Batallion; Private First Class Gerard Beck, 18; Private First Class Kinslow Ashford, 21; Private First Class Arland Thompson, 28; Private First Class Richard Bynion, 18; Private First Class Arthur Choquette, 21; Private First Class Alberto Cadena, 22; Corporal Richard Coffee, 20; Private First Class Nelson Beaulieu, 18; Staff Sergeant Wilbur Bowman, 28; Private First Class R. E. Flint, 19; Private First Class Jesus Garcia, 19; Hospitalman Richard Bruno; Private First Class Everett Turpen, 20.; Caption slip reads: "Photographer: Sansone. Date: 1952-01-09. Reporter: Looman. Assignment: Marines in snow. 3 & 4: PFC. Jesus Garcia, 19, 'wounded' in cold weather battle is treated by Hospitalman Richard Bruno. 77-78-26: 1200 new cold weather fighting trainees arrive at Pickle Meadows Camp. 26-81: PFC. Everett Turpen, 20, a new arrival, showing new themo boots. 31-41-42: Marines fire over snowbank. 39: Staff Sergeant James Grant, 25, building snow shelter with snow shoe. 50: PFC. Nelson Beaulieu, 18, Cpl. Richard Coffee, 20, Staff Sgt. Wilbur Bowman, 28, and Navy HM3 (Hospitalman 3rd class) H.K. Campbell. 54: PFC. R. E. Flint, 19. 49-54: Marines cross river on log on which they have rigged rope rail. 41 or 91?: PFC Gerard Beck, 18, stands night guard duty at 11 degrees below zero. 51: PFCs Kinslow Ashford, 21, John Carman, 22, Staff Sgt. Arland Thompson, 28, and PFC Glennon C. Cabral. 59: PFC Arthur Choquette, 21, PFC Richard Bynion, 18. 10-32: PFCs Richard Bynion, 18, Arthur Choquette, 21, and Alberto Cadena, 22. 85-86: (rear to front): PFC Frank Fuda, Cpl. William Masterson, and Cpl. Paul Cullen. 69-70: PFC Eugene Greve, 22. 24: Col. A. L. Bowser, operations officer of Camp Pandleton; Brig. Gen. Robert O. Bare, in charge of the Camp Pandleton training and replacement command; Lt. Col. D. B. Hubbard, commanding officer of Pickel Meadows Cold Weather Battalion (with camp mascot -- 'Derry') and Capt. E. A. Harwood, operations officer of the cold weather battalion".