Pink Floyd
United States
Military LP Discography

by Vernon Fitch

with contributions from Jocelyn Hébert, Hans-Juergen Mueller, Bede Perham & Tim Stueve

© copyright Vernon Fitch / The Pink Floyd Archives


This is a discography of Pink Floyd and related LPs that were issued by or for the U.S. Military.

Any comments, corrections or additions to this discography would be appreciated.


Quick Click Guide

[Air Force] [Armed Forces Radio and Television Service]
[Army R.O.T.C.] [Marine Corps.] [Military Sale Only]
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Military LPs

  1. Air Force

    1. The United States Air Force Presents Wolfman Jack (August 1973)
    2. The United States Air Force Presents Wolfman Jack (October 1976)
    3. The United States Air Force Presents Wolfman Jack (November 1976)
    4. The United States Air Force Presents Wolfman Jack (July 1977)

  2. Armed Forces Radio and Television Service

    1. Pink Floyd-Atom Heart Mother / Big Brother & The Holding Company-Be a Brother
    2. Pink Floyd-Obscured by Clouds / Weather Report
    3. Pink Floyd-Dark Side of the Moon / Deep Purple
    4. Piper at the Gates of Dawn / A Saucerful of Secrets (A Nice Pair)
    5. Pink Floyd-Animals / Gentle Giant
    6. Pink Floyd-The Wall
    7. Pink Floyd-A Collection of Great Dance Songs / David Bowie
    8. Pink Floyd-The Final Cut / Walter Egan
    9. Return of the Jedi / Works
    10. Outfield / Roger Waters-Radio KAOS
    11. Pink Floyd-A Momentary Lapse of Reason / R.E.M.

  3. Army R.O.T.C.

    1. Rap Line: a series of rock impressions (October 16-31, 1974)
    2. Have You Heard? (September 16-30, 1978)

  4. Marine Corps.

    1. Spectrum USA / Dialog `74 (March 3-16, 1974)
    2. Spectrum USA / Dialog `74 (August 18-31, 1974)
    3. Spectrum USA / Dialog `74 (September 15-28, 1974)
    4. Spectrum USA, Vol. 11
    5. Sounds of Solid Gold, Vol. 39

  5. Military Sale Only

    1. Atom Heart Mother
    2. Meddle
    3. Relics
    4. Obscured by Clouds
    5. Dark Side of the Moon
    6. Wish You Were Here
    7. Animals
    8. The Wall
    9. A Collection of Great Dance Songs


Air Force


The United States Air Force Presents Wolfman Jack 1973 2-LP box set

Title: The United States Air Force Presents Wolfman Jack (August 1973)
Record Company: United States Air Force Recruiting Service Directorate of Advertising
Catalog Number: Series #24
Matrix Information: (side 1 / side 2 / side 3 / side 4)
62FPV72085-1-ST-07203 W. Jack #24 Pgm. 1 / 62FPV72085-2-ST-07183 W. Jack #24 Pgm. 2 / 62FPV72086-1-ST-07183 W. Jack #24 Pgm. 3 / 62FPV72086-2-ST-07183 W. Jack #24 Pgm. #4
Broadcast Date: August 1973
Release Information: A 2-LP box set radio show from the United States Air Force. A recruiting public service program. Includes the Pink Floyd song, Money.
Program No. 1: Johnny Rivers-Turn On Your Love Light, Dr. John-Let the Good Times Roll, Dion-Runaround Sue, Dr. Hook-Roland the Roadie and Gertrude the Groupie, Leon Russell-Crystal Closet Queen.
Program No. 2: Rolling Stones-Little Queenie, Wolfman Jack-The Rapper, Stories-Brother Louie, Chicago-Feelin Stronger Everyday, Beatles-Baby Let Me Drive Your Car, Pink Floyd-Money.
Program No. 3: Leon Russell-Delta Lady, Beatles-All My Lovin, The Stylistics-You'll Never Get to Heaven, Tower of Power-So Very Hard to Go, Three Dog Night-Mama Told Me Not to Come, Wolfman Jack-My Girl.
Program No. 4: Johnny Rivers-Searchin, Stevie Wonder-For Once in My Life, Blue Mink-Randy, Temptations-Plastic Man, Freddie King-Danger Zones, and Martin & Family-It's Another Sunday.
Description:
Cover: Wolfman Jack on front of box.
Label: White Wolfman Jack label.



The United States Air Force Presents Wolfman Jack October 1976 2-LP box set

Title: The United States Air Force Presents Wolfman Jack (October 1976)
Record Company: United States Air Force Recruiting Service Directorate of Advertising
Catalog Number: Series #65
Broadcast Date: October 1976
Release Information: A 2-LP box set radio show from the United States Air Force. A recruiting public service program. Includes the Pink Floyd song, Money.
Description:
Cover: Wolfman Jack on front of box.
Label: White Wolfman Jack label.



The United States Air Force Presents Wolfman Jack November 1976 2-LP box set

Title: The United States Air Force Presents Wolfman Jack (November 1976)
Record Company: United States Air Force Recruiting Service Directorate of Advertising
Catalog Number: Series #67
Broadcast Date: November 1976
Release Information: A 2-LP box set radio show from the United States Air Force. A recruiting public service program. Includes the Pink Floyd song, Money. Also features Cliff Richard, Wild Cherry, Dobie Gray, and the D.C. Experirnce.
Description:
Cover: Wolfman Jack on front of box.
Label: White Wolfman Jack label.



The United States Air Force Presents Wolfman Jack 1977 2-LP box set

Title: The United States Air Force Presents Wolfman Jack (July 1977)
Record Company: United States Air Force Recruiting Service Directorate of Advertising
Catalog Number: Series #74
Broadcast Date: July 1977
Release Information: A 2-LP box set radio show from the United States Air Force. A recruiting public service program. Includes the Pink Floyd song, Money (censored version). Also features The Who, Boz Scaggs, Abba, Ringo Starr, Al Stewart, Foghat, Hall & Oates, Chicago, Thelma Houston, Allman Brothers, Climax Blues Band, Orleans, Kansas, 10cc, Rhythm Heritage, Barbra Streisand, K.C. and the Sunshine Band, Rod Stewart, Stevie Wonder, Wings, and Cat Stevens.
Description:
Cover: Wolfman Jack on front of box.
Label: White Wolfman Jack label.


Armed Forces Radio and Television Service


Pink Floyd-Atom Heart Mother / Big Brother & the Holding Company-Be a Brother
Armed Forces Radio and Television Service LP

Title: Pink Floyd-Atom Heart Mother / Big Brother & the Holding Company-Be a Brother
Record Company: American Forces Radio and Television Service
Catalog Number: P-12309 / P-12310, RL 23-1
Matrix Information: (side 1 / side 2)
P 120309 st RL 23-1 4-a- RP / P 120310 st PL 23-1 4-A-RP (both written)
Release Information: A single LP produced by the Armed Forces Radio and Television Service.
Side One: Pink Floyd-If, Summer '68, Fat Old Sun, Alan Psychedelic Breakfast (excerpt).
Side Two: Big Brother & the Holding Company-Home on the Strange, Joseph's Coat, Sunshine Baby, Be a Brother, Funkie Jim, Someday.
Description:
Cover: None.
Labels: Red, white and blue afrts labels.



Pink Floyd-Obscured by Clouds / Weather Report
Armed Forces Radio and Television Service LP

Title: Pink Floyd-Obscured by Clouds / Weather Report-I Sing the Body Electric
Record Company: American Forces Radio and Television Service
Catalog Number: P-13429 / P-13430, RL 6-3
Matrix Information: (side 1 / side 2)
P-13429 RL 6-3 4-T-PM RE-1 7/18 / P-13430 RL 6-3 4-T-PM (both written)
Release Information: A single LP produced by the Armed Forces Radio and Television Service.
Side One: Pink Floyd - Obscured By Clouds, When You're In, Wot's ... Uh The Deal, Mudmen, and Stay.
Side Two: Weather Report - The Moors, Medley: Vertical Invader and T. H., Second Sunday in August.
Description:
Cover: None.
Labels: Red, white, and blue afrts labels.



Pink Floyd-Dark Side of the Moon / Deep Purple
Armed Forces Radio and Television Service LP

Title: Pink Floyd-Dark Side of the Moon / Deep Purple-Made in Japan
Record Company: American Forces Radio and Television Service
Catalog Number: P-13907 / P-13908, RL 45-3
Matrix Information: (side 1 / side 2)
P-13908 ST RL 45-3 . 3-T-LW / P-13909 RL 45-3 3-T-LW (both written)
Release Information: A single LP produced by the Armed Forces Radio and Television Service.
Side One: Pink Floyd - Time, The Great Gig in the Sky, Brain Damage/Eclipse.
Side Two: Pink Floyd - Breathe, Deep Purple - Highway Star, The Mule.
Description:
Cover: None.
Labels: Red, white, and blue afrts labels.



Pink Floyd-Piper at the Gates of Dawn / A Saucerful of Secrets
(A Nice Pair)
Armed Forces Radio and Television Service LP

Title: Pink Floyd-Piper at the Gates of Dawn / A Saucerful of Secrets (A Nice Pair)
Record Company: American Forces Radio and Television Service
Catalog Number: P-14443 / P-14444, RL 35-4
Release Information: A single LP produced by the Armed Forces Radio and Television Service.
Side One: Piper at the Gates of Dawn: Take Up Thy Stethoscope and Walk, Matilda Mother, Lucifer Sam, Pow R Toc H, The Gnome, and Flaming.
Side Two: A Saucerful of Secrets: Let There Be More Light, Remember a Day, Set Controls for the Heart of the Sun, and Jugband Blues.
Description:
Cover: None.
Labels: Red, white, and blue afrts labels.



Pink Floyd-Animals / Gentle Giant
Armed Forces Radio and Television Service LP

Title: Pink Floyd-Animals / Gentle Giant-Playing The Fool
Record Company: American Forces Radio and Television Service
Catalog Number: P-16605 / P-16606, RL 9-7
Matrix Information: (side 1 / side 2)
P 16605 RL 9-7 1A / P 16606 ST RL 9-7 3A
Release Information: A single LP produced by the Armed Forces Radio and Television Service.
Side One: Animals: Dogs (Short version), Sheep, Pigs On The Wing (Part Two).
Side Two: Playing The Fool: Excerpt From "Octopus", The Runaway, Funny Ways, Sweet Georgia Brown (Breakdown In Brussells).
Description:
Cover: None.
Labels: Silver AFRTS labels.



Pink Floyd-The Wall
Armed Forces Radio and Television Service LP

Title: Pink Floyd-The Wall
Record Company: American Forces Radio and Television Service
Catalog Number: P-18851 / P-18852, RL 1-0
Matrix Information: (side 1 / side 2)
P 18851 ST RL 1-0 1T / P 18852 ST RL 1-0 1T
Release Information: A single LP produced by the Armed Forces Radio and Television Service.
Side One: In The Flesh?, Medley: The Thin Ice/Another Brick In The Wall, The Happiest Days Of Our Lives, Don't Leave Me Now.
Side Two: Hey You, Nobody Home, The Show Must Go On, Medley: Run Like Hell/Waiting For The Worms.
Description:
Cover: None.
Labels: Red, white, and blue American Forces Radio and Television Service labels.



Pink Floyd-A Collection of Great Dance Songs / David Bowie
Armed Forces Radio and Television Service LP

Title: Pink Floyd-A Collection Of Great Dance Songs / David Bowie-Changes Two
Record Company: American Forces Radio and Television Service
Catalog Number: P-20385 & P-20386 / RL 53-1
Matrix Information: (side 1 / side 2)
P 20385 ST RL 53-1 AT / P 20386 ST RL 53-1 AT
Release Information: A single LP produced by the Armed Forces Radio and Television Service.
Side One: A Collection Of Great Dance Songs: One Of These Days (Instrumental), Shine On You Crazy Diamond, Another Brick In The Wall Part Two.
Side Two: Changes Two: Aladdinsane, Starman, Sound And Vision, Fashion, D.J.
Description:
Cover: None.
Labels: Red, white, and blue American Forces Radio and Television Service labels.



Pink Floyd-The Final Cut / Walter Egan
Armed Forces Radio and Television Service LP

Title: Pink Floyd-The Final Cut / Walter Egan-Wild Exhibitions
Record Company: Armed Forces Radio and Television Service
Catalog Number: P-21373 / P-21374, RL 16-3
Release Information: A album produced by the Armed Forces Radio and Television Service.
Side One: Pink Floyd-The Final Cut with the songs Your Possible Pasts, One of the Few, The Hero's Return, The Gunners Dream, The Final Cut.
Side Two: Walter Egan-Wild Exhibitions.
Description:
Cover: None.
Label: Red and white Armed Forces Radio and Television Service labels.



Return of the Jedi / Pink Floyd-Works
Armed Forces Radio and Television Service LP

Title: Return of the Jedi / Pink Floyd-Works
Record Company: Armed Forces Radio and Television Service
Catalog Number: P-21525 / P-21526, RL 26-3
Matrix Information: (side 1 / side 2)
P21525 ST RL26-3 AABL xDISC / P21526 ST RL26-3 AABL xDISC (both written)
Release Information: A album produced by the Armed Forces Radio and Television Service.
Side One: Return of the Jedi motion picture soundtrack.
Side Two: Pink Floyd-Works with the songs One of These Days, Fearless, Brain Damage / Eclipse, Embryo.
Description:
Cover: None.
Label: Red and white Armed Forces Radio and Television Service labels.



The Outfield / Roger Waters-Radio KAOS
Armed Forces Radio and Television Service LP

Title: The Outfield-Bangin' / Roger Waters-Radio KAOS
Record Company: Armed Forces Radio and Television Service
Catalog Number: P-24399 / P-24400, RL 29-7
Release Information: A album produced by the Armed Forces Radio and Television Service.
Side One: The Outfield-Bangin' with the songs Bangin' on My Heart, No Surrender, Long Way Home and Playground.
Side Two: Roger Waters-Radio KAOS with the songs Radio Waves, Who Needs Information, The Powers That Be, and Sunset Strip.
Description:
Cover: None.
Label: Red and white Armed Forces Radio and Television Service labels.



Pink Floyd-A Momentary Lapse of Reason / R.E.M.
Armed Forces Radio and Television Service LP

Title: Pink Floyd-A Momentary Lapse of Reason / R.E.M.
Record Company: Armed Forces Radio and Television Service
Catalog Number: P-24575 / P-24576, RL 41-7
Release Information: A album produced by the Armed Forces Radio and Television Service.
Side One: Pink Floyd-A Momentary Lapse of Reason with the songs Learning to Fly, One Slip, A New Machine, and Sorrow.
Side Two: R.E.M.-No. 5 Document with the songs Finest Worksong, Welcome to the Occupation, Fireplace, Lightin' Hopkins, and King of Birds.
Description:
Cover: None.
Label: Red and white Armed Forces Radio and Television Service labels.


Army R.O.T.C.


Rap Line
Presented by Army ROTC

Title: Rap Line: a series of rock impressions
Record Company: Narwood Productions, Inc.
Broadcast Date: October 16-31, 1974
Release Information: A series of radio spots presented by the Army ROTC. Hosted by Alison Steele. Each spot is 60 seconds long, and there are twelve spots per side.
Side one: Chicago, Moody Blues, Patrick Moraz, Ron Wood, Baker-Gurvitz Band, Trace, Limeliters Reunion, New Riders, Ray Manzarek, Pink Floyd, Solzehnitsyn, and Don Kirschner.
Side two: Deep Purple, Bell Records, Joni Mitchell, Rock Dreams, Musical Chairs, Queen, Wombles, Cat Stevens, Jefferson Starship, Kiki Dee, Foreign Intrigue, and Iron Butterfly.
Description:
Cover: Silver Rap Line cover.
Label: White Army ROTC presents Rap Line label.



Have You Heard?
Presented by Army ROTC

Title: Have You Heard?
Record Company: Narwood Productions, Inc.
Matrix Information: (side 1 / side 2)
61FPV75677-1-08168 HAVE YOU HEARD #212 1-12 / 61FPV75677-2-RE-1-08238 HAVE YOU HEARD #212 1-12
Broadcast Dates: September 16-30, 1978
Release Information: A series of radio news spots presented by the Army ROTC. Hosted by Alison Steele. Each spot is 60 seconds long, and there are twelve spots per side. Features a news story about Pink Floyd, and the Zabriskie Point soundtrack being re-released.
Side one: Cream, Grace Slick, T.V., 10cc, Back in Time, Peter Gabriel, Yes, Bill Chinnock, Pink Floyd, Olivia Newton-John, Rockabilly, and Gerry Rafferty.
Side two: Grease, Kayak, Musical Chairs, Van Der Graaf Generator, Led Zeppelin, Foreigner, Peter Tosh, Alice Cooper, Genesis, Kristy McNichol, Kate Bush, and the Steve Gibbons Band.
Description:
Cover: Black and silver Have You Heard? cover.
Label: White Army ROTC presents Have You Heard? label.


U.S. Marine Corps.


Spectrum USA / Dialogue `74 LP

Title: Spectrum USA / Dialog `74 (March 1974)
Record Company: U.S. Marine Corps. Reserve
Catalog Number: Program L-9 / 10
Broadcast Date: March 3-16, 1974
Release Information: Record put out for the United States Marine Corps. Reserve. Includes the Pink Floyd song, Money.
Side 1: George Harrison-Give Me Love (Give Me Peace on Earth), Earth, Wind & Fire-Evil, Roberta Flack-Killing Me Softly With His Song, Art Garfunkel-All I Know, Paul Simon-Loves Me Like a Rock, Hollies-Magic Woman Touch, Ramsey Lewis-Hang On Sloopy.
Side 2: Pink Floyd-Money, Cross Country-Tastes So Good To Me, Roberta Flack-Jesse, Hot Dogs-Another Smile, Kenny Loggins & Jim Messina-Danny's Song, Batdorf & Rodney-Home Again, Deodato-September 13.
Description:
Cover: Two faces.
Labels: Yellow U.S. Marine Corps Reserve labels.



Spectrum USA / Dialogue `74 LP

Title: Spectrum USA / Dialog `74 (August 1974)
Record Company: U.S. Marine Corps. Reserve
Catalog Number: Program L-33 / L-34
Broadcast Date: August 18-24 & 25-31, 1974
Release Information: Record put out for the United States Marine Corps. Reserve. Includes the Pink Floyd song, Money.
Side 1: Bette Midler-Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy, Boz Scaggs-You Make It So Hard to Say No, Poco-Early Times, Eagles-Midnight Flier, Joni Mitchell-Help Me, Johnny Winter-Boney Moroney, Mother, Father, Sisters & Brother-The Sound of Philadelphia. Includes dialog with Dusty Baker of the Atlanta Braves.
Side 2: Doobie Brothers-Natural Thing, James Taylor & Carly Simon-Mockingbird, Stephen Stills & Manassas-Do For the Others, Billy Joel-Piano Man, Pink Floyd-Money, Chi Coltrane-Who Ever Told You, Bill Black Combo-Listen to the Music.
Description:
Cover: Two faces.
Labels: Yellow U.S. Marine Corps Reserve labels.



Spectrum USA / Dialogue `74 LP

Title: Spectrum USA / Dialog `74 (September 1974)
Record Company: U.S. Marine Corps. Reserve
Catalog Number: Program L-37 / 38
Broadcast Date: September 15-28, 1974
Release Information: Record put out for the United States Marine Corps. Reserve. Includes the Pink Floyd song, Us and Them.
Side 1: Nilsson-Everybody's Talkin', Carole King-Sweet Seasons, Garfunkel-Traveling Boy, Led Zeppelin-Over the Hills and Far Away, Poco-Magnolia, Paul Simon-Mother & Child Reunion, Jim Horn-San Camaro.
Side 2: Guess Who-Bus Rider, Gregg Allman-Midnight Rider, Pink Floyd-Us & Them, John Hiatt-Sure As I'm Sittin' Here, Hollies-The Air That I Breathe, Painter-Song for Sunshine, Gershon Kingsley-Kohoutek.
Description:
Cover: Two faces.
Labels: Yellow U.S. Marine Corps Reserve labels.


Title: Spectrum USA, Vol. 11
Record Company: U.S. Marine Corps. Reserve
Catalog Number: Program 12
Broadcast Date:
Release Information: Record put out for the United States Marine Corps. Reserve. Includes the Pink Floyd song, Another Brick in the Wall, part 2.
Description:
Cover: None.
Label: Black Spectrum USA labels.



Sounds of Solid Gold 7-LP box set

Title: Sounds of Solid Gold, Vol. 39
Record Company: U.S. Marine Corps.
Catalog Number: Volume IXL
Release Information: A 7-LP box set presented by the U.S. Marine Corps. This is a series of programs by Marv Brooks that feature solid gold hits. Program 6 includes the Pink Floyd song, Another Brick in the Wall (Part 2). Other artists featured include The Who, Cat Stevens, CSNY, The Beach Boys, Supertramp, and The Eagles.
Programs are:
Program 1 - 1962
Program 2 - 1958
Program 3 - 1966
Program 4 - 1977
Program 5 - 1956
Program 6 - 1980
Program 7 - 1960
Program 8 - 1970
Program 9 - 1961
Program 10 - 1971
Program 11 - 1962
Program 12 - 1972
Program 13 - 1963
Description:
Cover: Black box with a title and a watch. Going Back in Time.
Label: Black Sounds of Solid Gold label.


Military Sale Only


Atom Heart Mother LP
For Sale to U.S. Military Only
(bright blue-green sky)

Title: Atom Heart Mother (Harvest Records - For Sale to U.S. Military Only)
Record Company: Harvest Records
Catalog Number: SKAO 382
Release Information: Issued for sale to the U.S. military. Back cover has a rectangular white sticker with red text that says " For Sale To U.S. Military Only."
Description: Gatefold cover.
Cover: A cow. Bright blue-green sky.
Cover Sticker: Issued with a clear sticker that says in black writing, "Pink Floyd Atom Heart Mother" followed by the Harvest logo. Under Pink Floyd it says " Stereo SKAO 382."
Label: Yellow-green Harvest label.
Text around bottom edge of label starts at 8 o'clock and says:

Mfd. by Capitol Records, Inc., a subsidiary of Capitol Industries, Inc., U.S.A. - ® Capitol Marca Reg. - U.S. Pat. No. 2,631,859



Meddle LP
For Sale to U.S. Military Only

Title: Meddle (Harvest Records - For Sale to U.S. Military Only)
Record Label: Harvest Records
Catalog Number: SMAS 832
Release Information: Issued for sale to the U.S. military. Cover has a round blue sticker on the back cover that says "32M For Sale To U.S. Military Only."
Description:
Cover: Soundwaves on an ear.
Label: Yellow-green Harvest labels.



Relics LP
For Sale to U.S. Military Only

Title: Relics (Harvest Records - For Sale to U.S. Military Only)
Record Label: Harvest Records
Catalog Number: SW-759
Release Information: Issued for sale to the U.S. military. Cover has a round blue sticker on the back cover that says "37M For Sale To U.S. Military Only."
Description:
Cover: Four-eyed can opener face cover. Textured.
Label: Yellow-green Harvest label.
Text around bottom edge of label starts at 8 o'clock and says:

Mfd. by Capitol Records, Inc., a subsidiary of Capitol Industries, Inc., U.S.A. - ® Capitol Marca Reg - U.S. Pat. No. 2,631,859



Obscured By Clouds LP
Harvest Records

Title: Obscured by Clouds
Record Company: Harvest Records
Catalog Number: ST-11078
Release Information: Military issue.
Description:
Front Cover: An out-of-focus picture from the movie of a man in a tree in the rain. Harvest logo in lower right corner.
Back Cover: Back cover has a rectangular white sticker with red text that says: "For Sale To U.S. Military Only."
Cover Sticker: A round pink sticker on the shrink wrap that says "Pink Floyd La Vallee."
Label: Yellow-green Harvest label.



The Dark Side of the Moon LP
For Sale to U.S. Military Only

Title: The Dark Side of the Moon (Harvest Records - For Sale to U.S. Military Only)
Record Company: Harvest Records
Catalog Number: SMAS-11163
Matrix Information: (side 1 / side 2)
1) SMAS-1-11163-F33#3 / SMAS-2-11163-F4#3 (both written)
Release Date: 1973
Release Information: Issued for sale to the U.S. military. Cover has a round blue sticker on the back cover that says "32M For Sale To U.S. Military Only."
Description: Gatefold cover.
Front Cover: Black with prism.
Back Cover: Black with inverted prism. Round blue sticker on the back cover that says "32M For Sale To U.S. Military Only."
Inside Cover: Black with heartbeat line. Lyrics. In the lower right corner it says "Copyright TRO Hampshire House Publishing Corp. All rights reserved."
Spine: Black title and catalog number.
Cover Sticker: Issued with a round purple Dark Side of the Moon sticker on the cover that says: "Pink Floyd Dark Side of the Moon Printed in U.S.A. SMAS 11163."
Inserts:
1) Pyramid Poster: A green pyramid poster with "Printed in U.S.A." at bottom left, and "SMAS-11163-1" at bottom right. At the bottom center, it says " PINK FLOYD DARK SIDE OF THE MOON."
2) Group Poster: A six-pane group shot poster in portrait style with "Printed in U.S.A." at bottom left, and "SMAS-11163-2" at bottom right.
3) Yellow graphics sticker: A yellow/sky blue/green/white self-adhesive graphics sticker. The sticker has a separate 3/16 inch strip down the right side to hold while peeling, and the backing paper has no writing or stripes on it. "Printed in U.S.A." in the lower left, and "SMAS-11163-1" in the lower right.
4) Brown graphics sticker: A brown/dark blue/yellow/green self-adhesive graphics sticker. The sticker has a separate 3/16 inch strip down the right side to hold while peeling, and the backing paper has no writing or stripes on it. "Printed in U.S.A." in the lower left, and "SMAS-11163-2" in the lower right.
Labels: Black Harvest label with prism.
Text around bottom edge of label starts at 8 o'clock and says:

Mfd. by Capitol Records, Inc., a subsidiary of Capitol Industries, Inc., U.S.A. - ® Capitol Marca Reg - U.S. Pat. No. 2,631,859



Wish You Were Here LP
For Military Sale Only

Title: Wish You Were Here (Columbia Records - For Military Sale Only)
Record Company: Columbia Records
Catalog Numbers:
Cover: JC 33453
Label: PC 33453
Matrix Information: (side 1 / side 2)
1) P AL 33453-4AD / P BL 33453-5H (both stamped)
Spine end: Columbia Stereo
Release Information: Issued for Military Sale Only. There is a gold "For Military Sale Only" stamp on the upper left corner of the back cover. Bar code on the back cover.
Description:
Front Cover: Burning man leaning backwards. On some covers, the picture has a blue tint with a deep blue sky and blue-gray pavement. Glossy cover.
Back Cover: Invisible salesman. For Military Sale gold stamp in upper left corner.
Spine: Title. Catalog number.
Cover Sticker: Issued with a large round sticker on the shrink wrap that featured a mechanical handshake, the four elements, and the words "Pink Floyd Wish You Were Here." Around the edge of the sticker it says "Shine On You Crazy Diamond - Welcome to the Machine - Have a Cigar - Wish You Were Here, 33453, P © 1975 Pink Floyd Music Limited, Manufactured by Columbia Records, CBS Inc. 51 West 52nd Street, N.Y., N.Y., ® Columbia, Marcas Reg."
Inner Sleeve: [front] [back] Heavy cardboard inner sleeve with a picture of a red veil blowing in the wind on one side, and credits and lyrics on the other side.
Labels: Black and light blue Columbia labels with mechanical handshake.



Animals LP
For Military Sale Only

Title: Animals (Columbia Records - For Military Sale Only)
Record Company: Columbia Records
Catalog Number: JC 34474
Matrix Information: (side 1 / side 2)
1) AL 34474-2B / BL 34474-2D (both stamped)
Release Information: Issued for Military Sale Only. There is a gold "For Military Sale Only" stamp on the upper left corner of the back cover. Bar code on the back cover.
Description:
Cover: Battersea Power Station with a pink pig above it.
Back Cover Stamp: Copies have also been found with a gold "For Governmental Sale Only" stamp on the upper right corner of the back cover. No bar code on cover.
Label: Columbia picture label with a barking dog.



The Wall 2-LP
For Military Sale Only
(pictured with original clear title sticker on the shrink wrap)

Title: The Wall (Columbia Records - For Military Sale Only)
Record Company: Columbia Records
Catalog Number: PC2 36183
Matrix Information: (side 1 / side 2 / side 3 / side 4)
1) PAL-36184-1E / PBL-36184-1E / PAL-36185-1D / PBL 36185 1D (all four written)
2) PAL-36184-1F / PBL-36184-1E / PAL-36185-1F / PBL 36185 1D (all four written)
3) PAL-36184-1F / PBL-36184-1AK / PAL-36185-1D / PBL 36185 1AH (all four written)
Release Information: Issued for Military Sale Only. There is a gold "For Military Sale Only" stamp on the back cover. This release does not list the members of Pink Floyd as part of the credits on the inside cover.
Description: Gatefold cover.
Cover: White brick wall.
Cover Sticker: Issued with a clear title sticker on the shrink wrap with black words that says "Pink Floyd The Wall 36183."
Inner Sleeves: Thin paper inner sleeves with lyrics on both sides.
Label: Columbia Wall picture label.



A Collection of Great Dance Songs LP
For Military Sale Only

Title: A Collection of Great Dance Songs (Columbia Records - For Military Sale Only)
Record Label: Columbia Records
Catalog Number: TC 37680
Matrix Information: (side 1 / side 2)
1) PAL-37680-1E / PBL-37680-1F (both written)
Release Information: Issued for Military Sale Only. There is a gold "For Military Sale Only" stamp on the back cover.
Description:
Cover: Dancers tied down in a field.
Inner Sleeve: Issued with an inner sleeve that features pictures of people dancing.
Label: Black Columbia art label.
Text around bottom edge of label starts at 8 o'clock and says:

© 1981 CBS Inc. / "Columbia" [logo] are trademarks of CBS Inc.