National Geographic : 1943 Aug
Fit to Fight Anywhere 249 Staff Photographer Willard R. Culver Sea Lion-shaped Sleeping Bags Keep Soldiers Warm at 600 Below For almost-frozen cameraman Culver they uncovered their faces. Into the Dictograph they speak, describing their reactions to observers outside the cold chamber. U. S. Army Signal Corps. Official Like a Rabbit in Its Winter Form, This Soldier Can Sleep Comfortably and Warm He is testing a new type of snow tent and sleeping bag near Camp McCoy, Wisconsin. On his twig mattress, with tent flap down, and in his bag, outside temperature of 190 below worries him not at all.