Cartoons ~ Duck Board (Ft. Belvoir, 1942)
Sansone was first stationed at Ft. Belvoir, VA. He went from basic Engineer training to serve as artist on the camp newspaper Duck Board. Sansone created his Wolf cartoons, did illustrations and drawings, typography, layout and served as editor and art director during his stay there. His Wolf cartoons became so popular, that after nine months at Ft. Belvoir, he was transferred to the staff of Camp Newspaper Services (CNS) a subsidiary of YANK) located on 42nd street in Manhattan.
World War II Cartoons (Milton Caniff, Political Cartoons, Sergeant George Baker The Sad Sack and more)
Below: Milton Caniff and Leonard Sansone collaborated on many cartoons during WWII during their years with CNS (Camp Newspaper Services) located at the YANK Magazine headquarters in New York City. Here is a panel in Caniff’s popular cartoon strip Male Call that features Sansone’s GI Wolf.
More amusing cartoons by both Milton Caniff and Leonard Sansone.