From John R. Marshall in 2005: 3rd Bn, 36th Infantry, 3AD
I've kept these items below (and on Page 2) for more than
40 years, and , since they are not Classified and never were,
it's time they saw the light of day again.
ABOVE: Used once in the practice
firing of a mock warhead, this is a Davy Crockett igniter and
firing ring from the 3rd Armored Division, 1965. The length of
the device, including the ring, is 5 inches. For the practtice
firing, it was originally attached at the end of a 22-meter-long
detonation cord. Website Staff photo, 2005.