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Camp Croft, South Carolina
US Army Infantry Replacement Training Center




Camp Buildings Several images of some of the more prominent buildings in the camp. A few have interior as well as exterior views. 
Training Activities Descriptions and images of IRTC training.  Except for the "Basic Training" and "Service Company" sections, most of the photos came from "I Am A Doughboy" (See Site Information for a complete bibliography).
Group Photos
A modest collection of group photos taken at the camp.  Some are platoon sized groups while others are company or larger groups.  This page will take a while to load if you have a slow speed connection.
Henry Gasser Images During his career in the Army and while assigned to Camp Croft, watercolor artist Henry Gasser created several pen and ink as well as water color pictures which were exhibited at the camp, in town, and  in the local newspaper.  Follow the link to see a modest collection of those unique images,
The Photography of Joseph P. Pizzimenti Joe Pizzimenti was an extremely talented soldier serving with the 2nd Regimental Band.  He had a permit that allowed him to use a camera on the post and used it to capture unique images of life at Croft.
Panoramic Images
A small collection of panoramic images of the camp and the men who trained there.  Each company had one or two group photos taken, usually at the end of their cycle of training.
Website Visitors Photos Photos and brief recollections posted by Ex-Crofters and their families.  The collections vary in size from one image to a dozen or more.
  Special Events
Spartanburg Regional Museum Display (2001) Pictures of the special display at the Spartanburg Regional Museum of History.  The exhibit was in honor of the 60th Anniversary of the Camp's opening and ran from April 6 to May 26, 2001.
2003 Camp Croft Veterans Reunion
Photos from the 2003 Camp Croft Veterans Reunion held on June 20, 2003 at the American Legion Hall (Post 28) in Spartanburg.
2011 Presentation Camp Croft Homepage friends Brian and Susan Illner attended the Veterans Appreciation Day event at Bellview Baptist Church in Woodruff, SC along with several other members of the local Military History Club of the Carolinas (MHCC) organization.