Society of the
30th Infantry Regiment Association
Last Update July 13, 2012
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Society of the 30th Infantry Regiment Association
Regrettably, The Society of
the 30th Infantry Association has ceased to exist for the
The 1st Battalion at Ft.
Stewart said they did not want the Friscan Reporter to end
so they would take care of it. However, as far as we know,
only one copy has been printed and posted on the internet.
Soldiers from the 1st Battalion, 30th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Infantry Division stand tall with their battalion commander,
Lt. Col. Kenneth P. Adgie, and Command Sgt. Maj. Joseph D. Altman, at a pre-deployment ceremony March 23, 2007 held at Cottrell Field.
The unit gathered in the semblance of the Marne emblem to commemorate their upcoming rotation in Iraq.
Col Charles Murray and LTC Daniel Coremier giving award to SSGT at 30th Inf Dinner
Col Murray & LTC Cormier giving award to Lt Silvas
Group shot at 30th Infantry Regt. Dinner
Lt Silvas, Col Murry and LTC Cormier
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Fall 2007 Issue
Summer 2007 Issue
My grandfather was with the 30th Infantry in the early 1930’s. Here are some of his baseball team photos. His name was Robert John Stephen Lyman Sr. His service number is 6785388. I would like to know if there are any records where I can obtain more information on his time with the unit.
Any help is much appreciated
--Sean Lyman email@example.com
|CO- HONORARY PRESIDENTS
LTC Daniel J. Cormier
Commander, 1st Battalion, 30th Inf. Regiment
LTC Gregory C. Baine
Commander, 2nd Battalion, 30th Inf. Regiment
COMMAND SGT. MAJORS
CSM, 1st Battalion, 30th Inf. Regiment
CSM, 2nd Battalion, 30th Inf. Regiment
HONORARY COLONEL OF THE REGIMENT
Gen. Barry R. McCaffrey, USA, (Ret.)
HONORARY CSM OF THE REGIMENT
James G. McDonough
P. O. Box 3284,
Phenix City, AL 36868-3284
James G. McDonough
144 Lee Road #289
Smiths, AL 36877
Phone: (936) 544-3275
300 Aspen Bend St.
Crockett, TX 75835-2262
CPT Derrick E. Lucarelli, AG
30th Infantry Regiment
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
|Last Roll Call|
|Babb, Jr., Harley G., of 302 Hellams St.,
Fountain Inn, SC
29644-1730, died 23 November 2007. Harley, a Sgt., served
with Co. K during WW2. He was not a member.
Beaver, Ferman C., of 9190 County Road 167, Carthage, MO 64836-6296. Date of death unknown. Ferman, a Pfc., served with Co. G during WW2. He was not a member.
Burress, Spc. Richard B., of Naples, FL., died 19 January 2008 in Al Jabour, Iraq. Richard was serving with Co. E. He was not a member.
Buthmann, John M., of 1433 Liberty Ave., Bellmore, NY 11710- 2428. Date of death unknown. John, a Sgt., served with Co. M during WW2. He was not a member.
Cotton, Melvin K., of 1660 Gaton Dr., Apt. Re1, San Jose, CA 95125-4521, died 15 February 2008. Melvin, a S/Sgt., served with Hq., 3d Bn., during WW2. He was not a member.
Day, Paul H., of Tampa, Fl., died 27 January 2008. Paul, a Pfc., served as a Medic with the 3d Bn. during WW2. He was not a member. Reported by Carl Topie.
|Dely, Alex J., of 8816 W 92nd
St., Hickory Hills, IL 60457-1665, died December 2004. Alex, a
Cpl., served with Co. H during WW2. He was a life member.
Jankowski, Sgt. Charles, of Panama City, FL, died 28 March 2008. Charles was serving with Co. E in Iraq. He was not a member.
Jorgenson, Howard E., of 375 Seguine Ave., Staten Island, NY
10309 died 13 February 2008. Howard, a Private, served with Co.
I during WW2. He was not a member. Reported by Cath Bacon.
of Defense announced July 11th the death of a soldier who were
supporting Operation Iraqi Freedom. He died July 6 in Muhammad Sath,
Iraq, of wounds sustained from an improvised explosive device.
The Department of
Defense announced June 26th the death of a soldier who was supporting
Operation Iraqi Freedom.
of Defense announced June 21st the death of two soldiers who were
supporting Operation Iraqi Freedom. They died June 19 in Muhammad al
Ali, Iraq, of wounds sustained when an improvised explosive device
detonated near their vehicle.
Pfc. Larry Parks Jr., 24, of Altoona, Penn., died June 18 in Arab Jabor, Iraq, of wounds suffered when an improvised explosive device detonated near his vehicle. He was assigned to the 1st Battalion, 30th Infantry Regiment, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division, Fort Stewart, Ga.
"Lt. Col. Lyle Bernard, CO, 30th Infantry Regiment, a prominent figure in the second daring amphibious landing behind enemy lines on Sicily's north coast, discusses military strategy with Lt. Gen. George S. Patton. Near Brolo." 1943. From the NARA Collection