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SubmitterGuschaMore Photos from Guscha   CategoryPackard during WWII   Last Update04/14/2018 22:02
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Eisenhower's Clipper

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SubmitterGuschaMore Photos from Guscha   CategoryPackard during WWII   Last Update07/18/2010 15:53
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picture source: www.olive-drab.com

caption: 1941 Packard Clipper staff car assigned to Gen. Eisenhower, at a meeting with Gen. Bradley at 12th Army Group HQ, August 1944. Gen. MacArthur had the same model vehicle. Earlier in the war, in 1942, Gen. Eisenhower had a Cadillac staff car in Tunisia. This model Packard staff car had factory air conditioning.

General Douglas MacArthur standing with five other soldiers at Camp Strathpine, 1944

General Douglas MacArthur standing with five other soldiers at Camp Strathpine, 1944Popular
SubmitterGuschaMore Photos from Guscha   CategoryPackard during WWII   Last Update02/06/2012 13:28
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"General Douglas MacArthur was inspecting the U.S. Army's 1st Cavalry Division shortly before the division was sent to New Guinea in January, 1944. The two stars on the front of the Packard vehicle indicate that it was assigned to a Major General and the four star flag on the front bonnet show that MacArthur was a passenger."


[source: www.bonzle.com]

In Action against the Enemy

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SubmitterGuschaMore Photos from Guscha   CategoryPackard during WWII   Last Update07/08/2010 10:54
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wartime advertising in LIFE magazine

in rank and file

in rank and filePopular
SubmitterGuschaMore Photos from Guscha   CategoryPackard during WWII   Last Update07/10/2010 8:00
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picture source: www.olive-drab.com

War Department photo of Packard Staff Cars.

Luftwaffe

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SubmitterGuschaMore Photos from Guscha   CategoryPackard during WWII   Last Update05/03/2018 16:13
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military vehicles in the Netherlands

military vehicles in the NetherlandsPopular
SubmitterGuschaMore Photos from Guscha   CategoryPackard during WWII   Last Update07/04/2018 20:00
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If the source is to be believed, then the photograph was presumably taken in the early 1940ís. It shows a military vehicles in the Netherlands with a Dutch army plate (black on orange). Many vehicles were commandeered from civilians and re-registered in the army series. This Packard could have been one.

image and information source: https://blog.europlate.org.uk/quiz-on-early-netherlands-issues/

Looks like it could be a Twelve from the bumper. Ozstatman 5th July 2018

Packard powers the "Water Wasps"

Packard powers the "Water Wasps"Popular
SubmitterBigKevMore Photos from BigKev   CategoryPackard during WWII   Last Update03/05/2017 7:54
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Packard war worker

Packard war workerPopular
SubmitterMr.Pushbutton More Photos from Mr.Pushbutton    CategoryPackard during WWII   Last Update03/01/2009 14:48
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A lovely young lady working on Rolls-Royce Merlin aircraft engine parts

Waikiki_Packard_Streer

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SubmitterBigKevMore Photos from BigKev   CategoryPackard during WWII   Last Update12/28/2009 1:15
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From the Dan Yocum Collection

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