Arthur S. Mole and John D. Thomas, 1918
(18000 officers and men at Camp Dodge, Des Moines, Iowa)
"Sincerely yours, Woodrow Wilson"
(21000 officers and men, Camp Sherman, Chillicothe, Ohio)
"Living Service Flag"
(10000 men of the 164th Depot Brigade, Camp Funston, near Fort Riley, Kansas, on polo field)
"The Human U.S. Shield"
(30000 officers and men, Camp Custer, Battle Creek, Michigan)
"U.S. Naval Rifle Range"
(Camp Logan, Illinois)
(Formed by officers, men, and camp activity workers at Camp Wheeler, Georgia)
"The Living allied flags"
(Bluejackets at U.S. Naval Training Station, Pelham Bay, New York)
"The Human Liberty Bell"
(25000 officers and men at Camp Dix, New Jersey)
"Machine Gun Insignia"
(Machine Gun Training Center; 22500 officers and men, 600 machine guns; Camp Hancock, Augusta, Georgia)
"The Human American eagle"
(12500 officers, nurses and men; Camp Gordon, Atlanta, Georgia)