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U.S. Army Camp Atterbury opened in 1942 on 40,351 acres of land in Johnson County. The base served as the training ground for 257,000 soldiers during World War II. As a portion of this land gradually became acquired by the state for recreation, it became a popular center for wildlife lovers, sportsman, picnickers and hikers.
This unique piece depicts the helmet-like shells of three marching turtles. The shells of the turtles were cast from actual military helmets. The greenish-brown coloring
Medium type: Bronze
Date created: 2001
650 W Washington St, Indianapolis, IN, 46204
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