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As a result, many World War II veterans and those interested in World War II weapons had a chance to personally own an M1 Carbine. At the time, the author did not receive a DCM carbine, but he did acquire one from a friend a year or two later. As a result, he got to test the weapon’s reliability and accuracy first hand. He also found that the carbine would often attract World War II veterans, who would sometimes recollect their experiences with it in combat 20 years previously. One of the author’s uncles who had served in an Army artillery unit in the Pacific during World War II and had little interest in firearms was very interested in the author’s carbine; he commented that when he had been in the Philippines, he had always kept his M1 Carbine close at hand with a double magazine pouch slid on to the stock.
The fact that infantry lieutenants were trained to lead from the front and that their standard weapon was the M1 Carbine no doubt accounts for its frequent use during acts of heroism. Likewise, many sergeants carried the carbine and performed heroic acts to save or inspire their men. However, since most Medal of Honor-winning engagements take place at close range, the handiness and quick reload capability of the carbine certainly allowed those charging the enemy to deliver more sustained fire during the engagement.
Early World War II carbine webbed slings were khaki, while later examples were olive drab. RIGHT On Okinawa during June 1945, a Marine ordnance man, one of the support troops for whom the M1 Carbine was developed, holds his weapon along with an improvised cartridgecarrying sling. (NARA) THE M1 CARBINE IN COMBAT The M1 Carbine, known by some as the “Baby Garand,” first saw combat in North Africa during November 1942. As more and more carbines were produced, it saw action in virtually every major battle for the rest of World War II.