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74th Company C.A.C. with an eight-inch rifle and gun section on Battery Brumby during the full service target practice season at Fort Screven, 1916. 

From the collection of the Tybee Island Historical Society.

 
The Savannah Guards at the Fort Screven Encampment May 20th - 28th, 1916. 

From the collection of the Tybee Island Historical Society.

 
4th Company guard detail in front of the Fort Screven guardhouse, World War I. 

From the collection of the Tybee Island Historical Society.

 
View of Fort Screven from atop the Tybee Lighthouse, including Officer's Row, NCO Row, and Battery Garland, 1930. 

From the collection of the Tybee Island Historical Society.

 
The officers of Company B, 8th Infantry division 1930's. 

From the collection of the Tybee Island Historical Society.

 
Tybee's only movie theatre, The post theatre at Fort Screven during the 1930's. 

From the collection of the Tybee Island Historical Society.

 
The Civilian Military Training Corp 1932 Fort Screven. 

From the collection of the Tybee Island Historical Society.

 
Four-inch rapid-fire anti-torpedo boat guns at Battery Gantt. Fort Screven, 1937. 

From the collection of the Tybee Island Historical Society.

 
Poster of the 1051st Engineering team, one of nine specialized underwater demolition and construction teams that trained during World War II at Fort Screven. This team served in both Europe and the Pacific and suffered heavy casualties. 

From the collection of the Tybee Island Historical Society.

 
One of the underwater engineers who trained at Fort Screven during World War II. 

From the collection of the Tybee Island Historical Society.

 
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