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Third Infantry Division new CSM Christopher G. Gilpin
In the first photo, President David Mills presented the Third Infantry Division new CSM Christopher G. Gilpin, a gift from The Society of the Third Infantry Division, a copy of The History of The Third Infantry Division During WWII, in his office at Fort Stewart on April 3, 2014.  In the second photo, President David Mills presented the Third Infantry Division new CSM Christopher G. Gilpin, a beautifully framed certificate stating that he is the Honorary Vice President of The Society, in his office at Fort Stewart on April 3, 2014. It was President David Mills' privilege and honor to be at Fort Stewart, at the invitation of MG Murray, CG, 3rd ID, to welcome CSM Christopher G. Gilpin to the 3rd Infantry Division on behalf of The Society of the 3rd ID.     Photos by Carl Smith

Great trip to Germany 
Visited most of the old 3ID facilities in Germany.


Tim Stoy,  Mayor Meyerdierks, Monika Stoy and COL Rohrmueller

Lord Mayor Herzog of Aschaffenburg, Dr Edmund Wilhelm, Tim & Monika

Former 3e BDE 3ID HQ in Aschaffenburg

We met with the Lord Mayor of Aschaffenburg to discuss placing a plaque there in memory of the US soldiers who served there in the Cold War - I was there May 1983 to Dec 1985. We are shooting for 8 May 2014, but that may be too tight and may slip to April 2015.  

While in Aschaffenburg we looked at the old US facilities there - there were six kasernes and a large housing area. There is little left of the US presence.  My old kaserne, Fiori Barracks, is completely gone. The old 3rd Brigade HQ building is empty and decaying - it should be demolished soon.   

We also stopped in Wildflecken to thank Mayor Schrenk for his dedicating the plaque last July honoring the US troops who served there in the Cold War.  COL Rohrmueller and Heinz Leitsch were instrumental in making last July's event possible. They are both members of the Reservist Association of the Rhoen - the area in which the Wildflecken Training Area is located.  We visited the kaserne and most of the old 2-15 IN buildings are still in use! The beloved old Rod and Gun Club is still in use as the officer/NCO club for the Germany troops stationed on the post.  

While in Wildflecken we stopped in nearby Bad Brueckenau to visit the memorial stone and plaque dedicated two years ago and to meet with Mayor Brigitte Meyerdierks.   

We passed through Wuerzburg and saw that Leighton Barracks, former home of 3ID HQ, is being used by the neighboring University of Wuerzburg for student housing as well as some faculties.  

OP Europe continues to work with former 3ID communities in Germany to dedicate memorial tablets commemorating US forces who served there during the Cold War.  Most of the old Marneland communities are supportive of this effort.  

Rock of the Marne! 
Tim
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NCO and Soldier of the Year
The Commanding General and the Division Command Sergeant Major of the 3rd Infantry Division congratulate the 3rd Infantry Division Non-Commissioned Officer of the Year 2014 Sergeant Thomas Mease, from Bravo Battery, 1-41 Field Artillery Battalion, 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team. The Commanding General and the Division Command Sergeant Major of the 3rd Infantry Division congratulate the 3rd Infantry Division Soldier of the Year 2014 PFC Darryl T. Garner, Jr., HHC 26 BSB, 2nd Armored Brigade Combat Team.

Sergeant Thomas Mease

PFC Darryl T. Garner, Jr.


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6644    OP 1   EBEN O. PALMQUIST     NAPERVILLE, IL          DIV/ARTY/HQ Btry          KOREA/Mar52-Apr53        CPL
DOD - December 26, 2013              Reported April 1, 2014 by his wife

2160   OP 1   JOHN G. BEECHLER      ATHENS, IL            39FA/C    KOREA/Jan53-Apr53           1LT
DOD - March 7, 2014                      Reported April 1, 2014 by Albert "Bert" Beierschmitt

3661  OP 54   C. BROCK LIPPITT         KINGSBURG, CA       15INF/K     KOREA
DOD - March 6, 2014                      Reported April 9, 2014 by his wife Mary to Kathy Daddato

2274    OP 1  ANDREW J. BRATSAKIS  OAK FOREST, IL       7INF/B     WW2        PVT
DOD - February 24, 2014               Reported April 10, 2014 on 2015 Dues Card

4535   OP 1   CHARLES A. SCHULTZ    EAU CLAIRE, WI       30INF/F     WW2/Mar43-Apr46    PFC
DOD - November 23, 2013             Reported April 10, 2014 on the 2014 Dues Card by his wife Faith

3420  OP 2   FRANK L. KANE       PORT RICHEY, FL           DIV/MED/     WW2          PVT
DOD - March 20, 2014                    Reported April 12, 2014 by his daughter Candy Purcell

5124  OP 17  THOMAS L. WRIGHT     KILGORE, NE            30INF/A       WW2/43-Jun46        SGT
DOD - UNKNOWN                            Reported April 13, 2014 by USPS

3276  OP 5    FRED E. HOLT            STOCKTON, CA          30INF/SV        WW2
DOD - December 3, 2013                   Reported April 17, 2014 on the Internet

6349  OP 88   G.K. GUENNEL         LITTLETON, CO          DIV/HQ            WW2             SGT
DOD - May 13, 2013                           Reported April 18, 2014 on 2014 Dues Card




70th ANNIVERSARY BATTLEFIELD TOUR OF FRANCE
August 12-26, 2014
 
We hope many of you will want to join what will be a wonderful tour, and might be our last such tour. I know some of us might be alive well past 95 to 98 for a 75th tour, but just in case we are not, this will be a great opportunity to see our many French friends, visit places where we fought as well as a few places that are of great interest to visitors. Of course, family members and friends are welcome to join us on this historic journey.

We have contacted our wonderful friends who have helped us in the past with receptions, ceremonies, meals, places of interest to visit, etc., and they are eager to welcome us and help with our plans. We are making the daily trips a little shorter this time and also allowing more relaxing time in the mornings before each day's travels. And, for most locations, we will arrive earlier at our hotels at the end of each day.

If you are planning, or even thinking (but not sure yet), about participating in the tour, please let us know as soon as possible. We want to keep the price as low as possible.
We have three veterans of our fighting in France committed to join in the tour, and perhaps several more will join us after the learn the tour price and see the tour
\flyer. Family members and friends are welcome on this tour.

We will start our tour with two days in Cavalaire-Sur-Mer, St.Tropez,and Draguignan, move north for stops and visits to Avignon, Montelimar, Arbois, Besancon, Vesoul, Saulx de Vesoul, Epinal, Haut Jacques, Colmar, Sigolsheim, Turkheim, Bennwihr, Maison Rouge, Audie Murphy monument, Holtzwihr, Mutzig, Strasbourg, and Nancy where we will have lunch. We will spend an afternoon and day in Chateau Thierry before driving to Paris for the final night of the tour.

Our friends all along the tour who are arranging our local visits will make sure our visits will be enjoyable and meaningful as they have always been in the past. We are truly grateful for the wonderful hospitality shown us.

This year's tour at $3249 is $246 less than the 2009 tour five years ago at $3495. The land tour package includes hotels, hotel taxes, breakfast daily, farewell dinner, one lunch, trip insurance for each person, Strasbourg boat trip and air conditioned motor coach with lavatory. The rate would need to be adjusted for a group of less than 15 participants. We may have 20 or more.

Air is additional and available at a discount if there are enough passengers flying from JFK to Nice and Paris to JFK to qualify as a group. Air add-ons from other gateways is available. Air can be booked separately as well if there aren't enough for a group. Please contact us for a tour flyer.
The tour will be another wonderful experience for those who can join us.

With best wishes,
John Shirley, Tour Chair
John Shirley: Phone: 925-447-2256 Email: jbshirley88@att.net
Josiane Selvage: Phone: 925-455-1943 Email: j.selvage@comcast.net
Linda Singleton, Phone 800-522-8140 Email TravelWire@hotmail.com  (our travel agent)


CBL Motions Approved by the Executive Committee

The Executive Committee has adopted the following section changes to the Society By-laws, which will be effective at once. These changes were necessary as a result of changing the Annual Reunion to June and are designed to allow changing the date of the Reunion without requiring further changes. There was no intent to change the substance of the By-laws in the September 2012 Adopted Constitution and By-laws, only the timing of notifications.  These changes will be included in a ballot in the April 2014 issue of  The Watch on the Rhine for membership approval. 

These are the changes in the By-laws that were voted in last November.  They are currently in effect, but they require membership approval on the upcoming C&BL ballot. 

Section 2.1 Business Meetings: Membership meetings may be scheduled during the annual reunion to provide members the opportunity to offer their opinions in Society governing.  The notice of time and place must be announced in The Watch on the Rhine at least ninety (90) days prior to the scheduled first day of the Annual Reunion. 

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Section 3.1 Legislative Authority: Between Annual Reunions, legislative authority for the Society is vested in the Executive Committee.  Its decisions have immediate effect and remain in force until ratified, modified or repealed at the next Annual Reunion.  The Secretary will inform the Society members of actions taken by the Executive Committee during the year.  This information will be published in The Watch on the Rhine at least a month prior to the annual reunion. 

4.3 Committeeman: Regional Committeemen are elected from their Regions to represent all society members and are members of the Executive Committee.  They will be assigned to supervise the outposts in their region.  They shall submit a written report of their annual activities to the Regional Vice President two weeks prior to the Annual Reunion. 

Under SECTION V:  STANDING COMMITTEES 

5.2 Constitution and By-Laws:  The Constitution and By-Laws Committee is not restricted in size, but a majority of the members shall not be members of the Executive Committee.  The committee will submit a ballot of proposed changes to be published in the The Watch on the Rhine at least 60 days before the Annual Reunion . 

5,4a  The Nominations and Elections Committee shall call for nominations of elected national officers in The Watch on the Rhine at least 180 days before the Annual Reunion .  Nominations will be accepted for a period of at least 60 days. 

5.4b The Committee will submit a ballot for publication in The Watch on the Rhine at least 60 days before the Annual Reunion .  If there is only one nominee for an office, no ballot will be published for member vote. 

5.5a The Chair shall call for nominations of awards in an issue of  The Watch on the Rhine at least 60 days before the Annual Reunion .    
 



Future Outpost Meetings and Other Events

May 16-17, 2014: Audie Murphy Days  Salute to the Military, Greenville Texas. Contact the Audie Murphy/American Cotton Museum at (903) 450-4502 or visit the website at www.amacmuseum.com for additional information.  Funding for this event is provided in part by the City of Greenville Hotel/Motel Occupancy Tax.
May 17, 2014: Outpost 13 will hold its next meeting at Baker's of Milford, Milford Michigan. The restaurant is located at 2025 S. Milford Rd in Milford, MI. This is 3 miles north of Exit 155 off I-96.
May 14-18, 2014: Anzio Beachhead Veterans of 1944, WWII, 70th Anniversary Reunion in Hillsville, Virginia. Please contact Clyde E. Easter, 299 Panorama Drive, Fancy Gap, Virginia 24328. Phone: 1-276-728-7293.This is not a Society-sponsored event.
May 21 - June 1, 2014: 70th Anniversary Battlefield Tour of Italy. Please contact Clyde E. Easter, 299 Panorama Drive, Fancy Gap, Virginia 24328. Phone: 1-276-728-7293.This is not a Society-sponsored event.
May 27 - June 1, 2014: Reunion: "Chosin Few": Sheraton Nashville Downtown Hotel, Nashville TN. Tours include The Hermitage, Nashville Music Tour, the Grand Ole Opry, and historic homes in Nashville. Contact the Key Event Group (the Chosin Few) 3815 Hilldle Drive, Nashville TN 37215 or email to mears@nashvilledmc.com
May 22, 2014: Outpost 88 will meet on Thursday, May 22, 2014, 11:30am at the Academy Hotel  8110 N. Academy Blvd, in Colorado Springs, Colorado, 80920 ( Tel: 1-800-766-8524) or www.theacademyhotel.com)
May 26, 2014: Outpost 7 will conduct Memorial Day ceremonies at the Tomb of the Unknowns at Arlington National Cemetery at 4:15 PM Members will meet at 3:30PM at the 3rd Infantry Division Monument for ceremonies there, before participating in the wreathlaying at the Tomb of the Unknowns. For more info, contact John Insani (marneop7@comcast.net) or Pat Williamson (army3rdivtanker@gmail.com).
June 1-4, 2014: Anzio Beachhead Veterans of WWII 35th Annual Reunion, Nashville,Tennessee. Contact John Boller, 1 HarborNorth, Amityville, NY 11701; jboller203@optimum.net. This is not a Society-sponsored event.
June 19-22, 2014: The 2014 95th Society of the 3ID Reunion will be held at Fort Benning, GA on June 19 -22, 2014.
We have a fine hotel, the Hilton Garden Inn in Columbus, for $94 plus tax for double or single room. The price include a buffet breakfast for two. There is free parking, and free shuttle service from the airport to the hotel. The hotel comes highly recommended.

June 21, 2014: “Audie Murphy Day” in Farmersville, Texas. The Main Street Program event draws thousands and honors our local veterans as well as our "hometown hero" Audie Murphy. Details from the Farmersville Main Street, a Society of the 3rd Infantry Division member. For more information, contact Farmersville Main Street Program: 972-784-6846.

July 30 - August 3, 2014: OP Europe
Please see the attached notice on our 70th anniversary commemoration of Operation Dragoon and the following campaign which cleared southern France, crossed the Vosges, and cleared the Colmar Pocket.
We hope you will be able to join us for this once in a lifetime event!
Bring your families and friends. Let us honor the veterans while we still have them!
Rock of the Marne!
Monika and Tim
August 12-26, 2014: The Battlefield Tour to France is a professionally-conducted tour to see our many French friends, visit places where we fought, and visit a few sites that are of great interest to those who visit France. contact John Shirley at 1-925-447-2256 or jbshirley88@att.net For details see above. This is not a Society-sponsored event.
October 2-5, 2014: Blue Badge Combat Infantry Association will hold its 2014 convention at the Ramada Gateway Hotel, Kissimmee, Florida.
November 2014: Outpost 15 will participate in the Phoenix Veterans Day Parade with a meeting to follow. Detaiils will appear in future issues of the Watch on the Rhine.
November 11, 2014: Outpost 7 will conduct Veteran's Day ceremonies at the Tomb of the Unknowns at 3:15 PM. Members will meet at the 3rd Infantry Division Monument at 2:30 PM for ceremonies there before moving to the Tomb of the Unknowns for our wreath-laying ceremony. For more info contact John Insani marneop7@comcast.net or Pat williamson army3rdivtanker@gmail.com.
November 2014: US Army Society of the Third Infantry Division Outpost 2 will be placing a memorial monument at the Sarasota National Cemetery. After the installation is complete, there will be a dedication ceremony (probably in November around Veterans’ Day or the anniversary of the founding of the Third Infantry Division).
2015: The 7th Infantry Regiment Association will have their 2015 reunion in the New Orleans area and will visit our monument at Chalmette, LA. That is where the the Regiment was nicknamed the "Cottonbalers" following the battle of 1814. Quite a history! Details will follow when available.
June 8-18, 2015: The Battle of the Bulge/Eagle's Nest Tour presented by Valor Tours Ltd. and escorted by Henry Bodden. For full details call 1-80 842-4504 or visit the Valor Tours Ltd.website.  You can also contact Henry Bodden at 1-918-376-9417 or hebodden@gmail.com. This is not a Society-sponsored event.
Vietnam War Virtual Wall
This is link to a virtual wall of all those lost during the Vietnam War with the names, bio's and other information on our lost comrades.
First, click on the link, then click on a state, when it opens click on a city or town, then click on a name. It should show you a picture of the person or at least his/her bio and medals. Everyone should know of someone whose name is on "The Wall". http://www.virtualwall.org/iStates.htm




Fort Stewart Museum
(Closed Until Further Notice)
Bldg T904, 2022 Frank Cochran Drive
Fort Stewart, GA 31314
Museum Hours: 10 a.m. to 4 .m, Tuesday - Saturday
Closed Sundays, Mondays and Federal Holidays

Contact the Fort Stewart Museum Curator to schedule a personal or tour group visit!

For information on the 3rd Infantry Division contact:
Walter W. Meeks, III
Curator, Fort Stewart Museum
1-912-767-7885
walter.meeks@us.army.mil


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Museum Progress Report - November 15, 2013
From Buck Meeks, Curator

When will the Fort Stewart Museum open?

No official date yet. We are in the midst of remodeling and still must build and install exhibits. I am thinking that we won't be open to the public for another 12 months or so.

Thanks, the society will be having its Reunion at Ft. Benning next June and I would make a 300 mile detour to see it if it would be open.

By June we will have a portrait gallery up and running and will be able to host receptions and the like by appointment. our next phase would be the Camp / Fort Stewart exhibit and when that is installed, we would be open for regular visiting hours. The 3ID gallery will be bigger and take a little longer to get set. When that is ready, we will have the large public ribbon cutting event with much fanfare...

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Audie Murphy Petition Draws Major Endorsements
Murphy: a pioneer in PTSD awareness
September 9, 2013
by David Phillips
Audie Murphy in Uniform
Audie Murphy, moments after being awarded the Medal of Honor and Legion of Merit, Salzburg, Austria, 1945. Courtesy U.S. Army.
Endorsements on the Audie Murphy Presidential Medal of Freedom Petition read like a VIP address book. Distinguished Americans such as Melvin Laird, Bob Dole, General Tommy Franks, Charlie Duke, Toby Keith, Dan Rather, Barbara Eden and countless others too numerous to mention. In addition to those named above, three-fourths of the 79 living Medal of Honor recipients have offered forth their endorsements.

Audie Murphy – his legacy continues

Honors are rendered and tributes bestowed by great societies so that we may remember the person; and the accomplishments of that person’s life and in doing so perpetuate their memory for future generations. Audie Murphy has certainly been accorded many tributes over the years since his untimely passing and his legacy continues to grow with the passage of time.

David Phillips

Mr. Phillips is the Executive Administrator of the Audie Murphy Presidential Medal of Freedom Petition Campaign. In addition, he initially recommended Audie Murphy for this honor and spearheaded the campaign for its passage. The petition has the endorsement of more than 100 general officers, 50 of the 79 living medal of honor recipients, moonwalkers, members of congress, & celebrities. The nomination will be based upon Audie Murphy's advocacy for better treatment of veterans suffering from PTSD
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OBJECTIVES OF THE SOCIETY

The Society provides opportunities and facilities uniting past, present and future members of the Third Infantry Division, U. S. Army, in a national program dedicated to the preservation and maintenance of the Third Infantry Division's traditions and history.

1. To foster and strengthen associations and friendships formed during service with the Third Infantry Division US Army.
2. To honor the Third Infantry Division War Dead
3. To perpetuate the memory of other former comrades who shared a background of honorable military service with the Third Infantry Division.
4. To encourage and achieve the mutual benefits and support resulting from a close and cooperative alliance between the Society and the Third Infantry Division.
5. To support the  government of the United States and give it the same devotion and service expected of us as members of its armed forces.

 

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