Governor Edward Martin inspecting the guard of honor at the Third Annual Encampment, Indiantown Gap, June 23-July 3, 1945.
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Troops at attention as the Major General walks by for inspection.

Credit: Courtesy of the Pennsylvania State Archives

Forced to step down as commander of the 28th Division in 1942, because of his age, Edward Martin continued to make regular visits to Fort Indiantown Gap after his election as governor of Pennsylvania in 1943. There, in the summer of 1945, he presided over the Third Annual Encampment.

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