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Battery 241
Twin six-inch armored turret guns

Today Battery 241 sits empty as part of the park surrounding the Korean Friendship Bell. while it is officially part of the park, the area surrounding the battery is not maintained and it is becoming a target for graffiti and vandalism. There is no irrigation system but there is constant foot traffic. As a result, the battery is suffering some erosion problems, particularly over the entrances to the magazines.
 


 


 


 


 


 

The Guns of Fort MacArthur

    Battery Osgood - Farley
    Battery Leary Merriam
    Battery Barlow - Saxton
    Battery Lodor
    Battery Erwin

    Battery Eubanks

    Battery 127 (Paul D Bunker)

    Battery 128

    Battery 240 (Harry C. Barnes)

    Battery 241
        Photos of the battery today
        Battery details

    Battery 242 (Harry J Harrison)

    90mm AMTB

    155 GPF Mobile Guns

    Anti-Aircraft (Fixed and Mobile)

Missile Systems of Fort MacArthur

    The Nike Program


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