A little something out of the ordinary today. Will Eisner, no fool he, didn't just do comics work. Knowing the value of a steady stream of income Eisner, an Army veteran of WWII, obtained a contract with the Army that had him providing illustrations to help soldiers remember to maintain their equipment. Eisner had the contract from 1951-1971, providing more than 20 years of his trademark style to help keep the troops informed on their responsibilities in not only keeping their gear in order but filing the proper paperwork about it.
Eisner doesn't make it all fun and games, though. Several of the examples do show how not maintaining equipment properly can lead to fatalities.
If you like Eisner art, and I have since I was a kid, this is a nice little book to have. If you want a story, this is a pass. A little local angle for Marylanders, too. The publication started in Aberdeen, MD before moving to other Army digs in 1955. There's a nice photo of Eisner in Aberdeen consulting with some unnamed sergeants about one of his projects.