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Preparation and Training


2nd Division Preparation and Training areas
Ch√Ęteau d'Alaincourt, Parnes, Picardy, France Château d'Alaincourt, Parnes, Picardy, France
 
The RMS Carpathia rescued the survivors of the Titanic The ship that took the 2nd Engineers to Scotland was the
RMS Carpathia which rescued the survivors of the Titanic.
REMOVING ROCK FROM UNDERGROUND P. C. CONSTRUCTED BY 2D ENGINEERS NEAR MENIL-LA-TOUR. MARCH, 1918.
Bourmont, Haute Marne Bourmont, Haute Marne is where the 2nd Division was formed and where it was first trained as a division.
 
 

Below pertains only to the 400 2nd Engineers
who arrived with the 116th Engineers.

Camp Lewis, Washington Camp Lewis, Washington
41st Division at Camp Greene 1917. 41st Division at Camp Greene 1917.
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Birds-eye view of Camp Greene, Charlotte, N. C., ca. 1918. Birds-eye view of Camp Greene, Charlotte, N. C., ca. 1918.
116th Engineers at Camp Mills, Long Island, New York 116th Engineers at Camp Mills, Long Island, New York
USS Henry R. Mallory USS Henry R. Mallory in port, circa 1918-1919.
U. S. S. Tenadores U. S. S. Tenadores
St. Nazaire, France 1917. The 116th Engineers arrived at St. Nazaire during the evening of Dec. 10, 1917.
 
 
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