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Camp Croft, South Carolina
US Army Infantry Replacement Training Center
Have you wanted to see moving images from Croft, or been curious about what media outlets are saying about the former camp? Follow this link to a collection of online films and videos related to Camp Croft. Our collection includes a professional short film that includes scenes from the camp, two "home movies" from soldiers stations at the camp, and two TV specials.
The originals were printed by Band &
White Printers in
Spartanburg, SC but you can click here to open and print a certificate on your
PC that looks
just like the real thing. You must have Adobe Acrobat 5.0.5 to
these. Go to Adobe.com to get the
Click here to view the image
and use your browser's BACK button to return
story (or at least part of it) of the 7th Special Services show called
"Laughs, Inc." The show traveled through Europe, mostly France,
1944 and 1945 and was made up of US Army servicemen. Joe Geczi, a Camp
Croft trainee and later cadreman, was one of the members. The
information on this page was collected from his diary entries and
recorded recollections as well as first hand information from another
Laughs, Inc. performer, Duane
Croft Kids Page
The beginning of the Camp Croft Kids Page, as inspired by my daughter Hunter Crawley
and vigorously tested by my daughters and
Charlie (you know who you are!)..
Cemeteries within the Camp Croft Reservation
So just what did soldiers or visitors to Camp Croft acquire to remind them of their stay at the Camp? Was it an ash tray, a pack of matches, the ubiquitous T-Shirt, or maybe some Pearl Harbor underwear?
This page will help you understand that
and show you just what "Pearl Harbor underwear" is as well!
A link to the YouTube video excerpt of South Carolina's Educational Television "Road Trip" filmed in Spartanburg. This particular excerpt is the section on Camp Croft, featuring your web master (although forgive his terrible screen presence).
These European reenactors chose to portray troops in training at the Camp Croft IRTC.
Expect to see more from these gentlemen in the near future.