Veterans of the Indian War assemble on Memorial Day, 1935. The ceremonies were held at the Memorial Coliseum, where veterans of the Civil War and Spanish American War attended, and several bands entertained the crowd.
Called the “deadliest and most efficient rifle in the world” the U.S. Army’s new Garand rifle went on display in Los Angeles as part of National Defense week. The rifle, which fires 54 rounds per minute compared to its predecessor’s 10 rounds per minute, is named after its inventor, John C. Garand.
Six Navy officers, in uniform, standing, at long table with plates, glasses, and flowers, with with 4-star admiral flag on curtained wall behind, ornate wall-mounted candelabrum with wings and crown at left. Officer partially visible at right is Walton R. Sexton.
Soldiers in old military uniforms stand next to others wearing the new "streamlined" style during a military show for National Defense Week. The show was held at the Los Angeles Airport and more than 60 officers and men participated.