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story.lead_photo.caption Camp Pike (circa 1918): "Uncle Sam's Army in Training" was the message on a postcard of an armored military vehicle. The sprawling Army post erected on the site of today's Camp Robinson in 1917 trained tens of thousands of soldiers, many of them draftees, for World War I. Equipment arrived by rail after the Missouri Pacific Railroad ran a spur line to the base. Arkansas Postcard Past, P.O. Box 2221, Little Rock, Ark. 72203

Camp Pike (circa 1918): "Uncle Sam's Army in Training" was the message on a postcard of an armored military vehicle. The sprawling Army post erected on the site of today's Camp Robinson in 1917 trained tens of thousands of soldiers, many of them draftees, for World War I. Equipment arrived by rail after the Missouri Pacific Railroad ran a spur line to the base.

Arkansas Postcard Past, P.O. Box 2221, Little Rock, Ark. 72203

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