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PHOTO: Staff Sgt. Terry Rutherford (left) and Spc. Cody Szafranski (right) of the 123rd Field Artillery Regiment, demonstrate the movements that go into adjusting the 155mm Howitzer at the Illinois State Military Museum on Camp Lincoln in Springfield, Illinois Sept. 9. Soldiers from the Illinois Army National Guard 122nd Field Artillery Regiment, 123rd Field Artillery Regiment, and volunteer historical reenactors were at the museum to discuss and answer questions about the 105mm Howitzer, 155mm Howitzer, and cannons used during the Civil War. The public were able to observe firing demonstrations of both the 105mm and Civil War weapon systems. U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Trenton Fouche