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|Date: January 31, 2009
Name: Lesoir Fabien
Subject: soldier information idpf
Comments: Hi, I have adopted the grave of Sgt FLYNN james, who rest
in Ardennes American Cemetery in Belgium. I search more information,
James Flynn, Sergeant
serial number: 36900625
unit: 7th Infantry Regiment 3rd Infantry Division
decoration: Purple Earth with oak leaf cluster
date of death: 15 March 1945
many thanks in advance
sorry for my bad English
Name: Sue Sloan
Subject: Walter Ray Schenck, Jr.
Comments: Do you have any information re my father, Walter Ray
Schenck, also known as RED. 3rd Battalion, 15th Regiment front line
medic, aid man/litter bearer - served Feb. 1941- all through WWII.
He earned a Bronze Medal on Dec. 26, 1944.
He passed away May 14, 2008, age 92. He was a humble hero. At one
time, Jackie Martin was a photographer traveling with the front line
medics. She was going to write a book entitled, "Oh, Medic", but we
doubt it ever got written. I am curious to know if my father's
pictures ever ended up in a book. A German plane engine fell into my
dad's foxhole and killed the major who had taken over the
foxhole...an account mentioned in Rick Atkinson's book "The Day of
Battle". I recently discovered 43 of my dad's letters to home, and
have copied and bound in books for our family. I have 4 sons who
want to preserve the trail of my dad thru the European Campaign, and
we video taped him in a 3.5 hr. interview in 2004. If you happen to
have any information we would appreciate it. We have searched on the
other sites to no avail. Thank you!
Name: Bonnie Fultz Ramos
Address: 20767 ingomar st
City, State, ZIP: Winnetka, ca 91306
Subject: Looking for anyone that knows former army buddies
Request: I'm looking for info on my father's service years and also
buddies he served with. His serial # 34 630 205/HQ CO 36th ARM
INF/May 1/43-Jan 11/46. He drove trucks, served in Belgium France
and Germany. Started out in Battlecreek, Mich. then top Camp Miles
Standish in Boston, then to Ireland etc. Served under General Rose
all over Central Europe. He enlisted/separated at Camp Shelby, Miss.
Desperately want to Find: William O. Bishop, Edwin King, C. B.
Johnson, Lytle M. Bryant, ****Tommy "Rodeo" Moore from Texas and Red
Edwards a prize fighter. Also a cartoonist for the Regimental Paper
he "drove around all over the Germany countryside", and a William O.
Bertrand. My dad is a great guy and a wonderful father and
grandfather. I would love to surprise him with phone numbers or
addresses or reunion opportunities. Thanks for any help! XOXOXOXOXOX
|Date: 29 01 09
Name: Stanford Rogers
Address: 17 rue pierre de coubertin
City, State, ZIP: Reims, FRANCE
Subject: look for G5 army mates
Comments: look for G5 army mates, anyone who SSG ROGERS
|Date: January 28, 2009
Subject: Looking for info from Merrell Barracks
Comments: I am looking for anyone who was stationed at Merrell
Barracks around 1957-early 1958. I am looking for information about
my parents. My fathers name is William (Bill) and was a Sergeant in
the 3rd Armored Div Headquarters. He transferred to Mainz in Jan or
Feb of 1958. He was married and had 5 kids. If you knew him or my
mom, please contact me. My moms name is Hannelore (Honey).
Name: Eberhart Haynes Beasley
Subject: Looking for army buddies from 1st & 10th FA from 1980 -82
Comments: I was in 1st and 10th FA Svc Battery From Dec 1980 until
June 1982. Looking for anyone that was there at that time.
|Date: January 27, 2009
Name: Mike Colman
Subject; Onclow Airheart, WWII Veteran (now deceased) 15th Reg, 3rd
Hello, Was wondering if you know of any WWII photos of my late
cousin, Onclow Airheart.
|Date: January 27th 2009
Name: PASCAL Michel
Address: residence champagne ardenne
City, State, ZIP: 52200 LANGRES - FRANCE
Subject: Thomas J. LANDERS - 15th Infantry Regiment - KIA
Comments: Last June, Epinal cemetery (FRANCE) gave me a certificate
of adoption about the grave of Thomas J. LANDERS.
he's buried at EPINAL Cemetery. He was in the 3rd ID, 15th Regt,
Private, purple heart medal, ASN 32870626, he was from NY state. He
was KIA on Sept 29th 1944, I chose this date because Sept 29 is my
saint's day. Can you help me to find any information about this
soldier? Is there anybody with the History of the 15th Infantry
regiment? What I would like to do is to find many information about
his trip during the WW2, maybe a picture? his family? Thanks for
your help, thanks for Him
|Date: January 26, 2009
Name: Jeff Perry
Subject: Info on Grandfather, 3rd Infantry
Comments: Hello, I am researching my grandfathers military records
unfortunately his records were among those destroyed in the 1973
National Archive fire. I only know that he was a Tec 5 in the 3rd,
his name was Woodrow H. Perry. He mention that he was in Anzio. This
all the info I have. Any info would be great, I am trying to have
his medals reissued and with out the records I have to find out as
much as I can.
|Date: January 25, 2009
Name: Kathy Konek
Subject: Marne pictures from Korea
I found these slides in my Dad's stuff from Korea. Captain Edward A
Konek, served with the 65th in Korea, was a paratrooper in WWII.
Thought they might be of interest to you as they have the "Rock of
the Marne" insignia. Might you have more info on them or him? Thanks
for your help.
Kathy Konek - daughter of Edward
Pic 627 - Battalion Command Post. 1 Oct 1951 on Twin Peaks. Near
Pic 628 - Mass 29 Sep 1951
Pic 635 - Rock of the Marne map?
|January 24, 2009
Name: Liam Evans
Address: Ardfield, Clonakilty,Co. Cork, Ireland
Subject: My grandfather veteran WW1
Comments: Born Co.Kerry, Ireland 1886, died 1984 in Co.Kerry
Ireland. Based in Portland Maine around 1914 . Any information on
his period in USA. Returned to Ireland 1929 married to Anna Lynch
(Irish)+2 children Eileen and Thomas.
|Date: January 24, 2009
Name: EdAuthor LLC
Address: 372 Nicholas Drive
City, State, ZIP: Lancaster, MA 01523
Subject: Help for ON POINT article
I am a Life member of the Society (Aschaffenburg, 7th Inf BG,
1958-59) who is doing a story about Army sports in the 1950s-60s for
ON POINT of the Army Historical Society. What I need to know is the
BGs and their cities in Germany and the sports nicknames. Kitzingen,
for example, was the Red Sox. Are there any sports photos of that
era I can use to illustrate my story? I need any sports art of that
Kitzingen was USAREU baseball champs in that era. Or any
players from that era I can interview.
Thanks for the help.
7th Inf BG, 1957-59
|Date: January 23, 2009
Name: Ronald R. Owens, Owens, Ron R CTR USA IMCOM
Subject: Response to "Rock of the Marne"
I have a question. What is the proper verbal response if someone
says "Rock of the Marne" to you? for example the gateguards at Fort
Stewart. I have heard the proper response is "Top of the Rock" or
simply "Hu-A!" Could you please clarify for me?
Ronald R. Owens
|Date: January 23, 2009
Name: Derek Traynor
Subject: Looking for anyone from B Co 2/15 INF 3ID 1971-1972
Comments: My uncle was in this unit and I'm trying to piece together
some information on his DD214. He is currently terminally ill and is
not expected to last much longer. He also cannot talk and is
unconscious, so asking him questions is futile right now. If you are
or know someone who could help, please email me. Thank you.
|Date: JANUARY 22, 2009
Name: Melinda Hodges
Subject: Corbin Edale Arthur
Comments: I'm looking for information on my late father Corbin Edale
Arthur. All the family knew was that he was in WWII and that's all
we know. I would really like to research this further any
information would be very helpful.
|Date: Jan. 21, 2009
Subject: Harvey/Larson barracks
I was stationed at Leighton from 94-99. I also trained down at the
Kitzingen Training Area. I now live as a civilian in Wuerzburg. A
few weeks ago I went on a "recon mission" of the old bases in
Kitzingen near the back gate on the other side of the train
tracks/road I found some very old buildings. These were gutted and
parts of them were half buried. I found a 3rd ID patch painted on
one and lots of standard grunt graffiti "scouts out" and "nuke Iran"
for example. Might you know the story of those buildings?
Harvey Barracks, 97318 Kitzingen
The area just North of the large white roofed warehouse. An obstacle
course is located East of the warehouse. Probably the warehouse and
course are new relative your time there as a service member.
However, one can make out the partially cleared area just North of
the warehouse on the map that I refer to. There is also a cement
wall running along a berg that separates the warehouse and gutted
buildings. I suspect it may have been a motor pool.
|Date: January 18, 2009
Subject: Galen Otto Hunt - Rock of the Marne
Comments: The WW1 diary of soldier Galen Otto Hunt from Iowa, is
His diary can be found at
|Date: January 16, 2009
Name: Erik Novak
Subject: World War II - 3rd Infantry Division Information Request
My name is Erik Novak and I am contacting you today to see if you
could direct me to a roster of soldiers for the US 3rd Infantry
Division during World War II. My deceased Grandfather, Michael J.
Novak, had served in the European Theater during World War II, but
the information my father was able to provide me was rather sketchy.
He informed me that my Grandfather had stories about his time in
Italy, France, and was apparently present during the taking of
Berchtesgaden. From the research I've done, it appears that the US
3rd Infantry Division is the only US force that would fit all three
My Grandfather was from Olyphant Pennsylvania and I believe was a
Mess Sergeant. If you could direct me to a database containing the
names for the US 3rd Infantry during World War II, or could direct
me to someone who might be able to, I would greatly appreciate it.
|Date: January 15, 2009
Name: Andrea Byron
Subject: Camp Lejeune
My name is Andrea Byron and I am writing to you because I am trying
to let Marines, dependents, Naval personnel and civilians who lived
and worked aboard MCB Camp Lejeune in NC from the 1950s through 1987
that they may have been exposed to highly contaminated water. More
than 70 chemicals were found in the water and many of them are known
The U.S.M.C. is asking anyone who was at Lejeune between 1957 and
1987 to register on their website at
Anyone looking for information regarding the contaminated water at
Lejeune, including an illness registry, discussion board, photo
gallery and historical documents library is invited to visit the
website of The Few, The Proud, The Forgotten at
www.tftptf.com . TFTPTF was
formed by 2 Marines whose families were exposed to the highly toxic
Thank you for your time and consideration.
The Few, The Proud, The Forgotten
|Date: January 14, 2009
Name: John Taylor
Subject: 06 Looking For Korean War
I am looking for records of when, where and what my Dad did when he
was in the Army 3rd Infantry Division 10th Field Artillery during
the Korean War 1951 to 1953 and was still in the Army until 1959 His
name was Robert Lee Taylor of De Soto, Kansas Service Number
55-188-523. We would like to know what Battles he was in and what
his medals are we found some in his things and want to be sure there
the right ones. He passed away on June 6, 2008 so we can’t ask him.
John Taylor 2201 s 50th st. KCK 66106
Please help us out
Name: Jennifer Post
Subject: 3rd Infantry Division HQ Company in WWII
My grandfather, Owen Wagoner Morrow, worked in the Finance Unit of
the 3rd Infantry Division Headquarters Company during WWII. I am
currently in the process of transcribing all of his letters home
during WWII. I am writing with the hope that someone may be able to
point me to a reference that will allow me to pinpoint his location
(the location of HQ Company) at the time of each writing. Most of
the letters state only "somewhere in Italy," or "somewhere in
France." Any information your group could provide would be a great
Thank you for your help.
Name: Kent Norman
City, State, ZIP: Wilcox, NE. 68982
Subject: medals etc.
Comments: I was wondering what medals, awards, were given to
soldiers in 814th Tank Destroyer Battalion for their service during
World War Two. My Dad was: Pvt. George R. Norman, he drove a jeep
for a Sergeant Coker. He was in Northern France, Rhineland, Ardennes
and Central Europe. He went over seas on Feb. 14th 1944 and was
discharged on Oct.21, 1945.
|Date: January 10, 2009
Name: John Hoey
City, State, ZIP: Islip Terrace,NY 11752
Subject: Kitzigen and Bad Kissingen from 1958 to 1960
Comments: I am looking to contact anyone I served with in Kitzigen
and Bad Kissingen from 1958 to 1960.I was attached to Co D and Co B
of the 10th Combat Engineers, Third Infantry Division.
I'm just an old dog faced soldier,
|Date: January 10, 2009
Name: John Fallaize
Subject: WC 54 AMBULANCE
Comments: I WANDER IF YOU CAN HELP I AM IN THE PROCESS OF RESTORING
A WWII AMBULANCE WHEN I SANDED DOWN THE FRONT BUMPER I HAVE FOUND
SOME MARKINGS WHICH ARE ON LEFT SIDE 3A-1M ON RIGHT SIDE SUR-10
THESE MARKINGS ARE REPEATED ON THE BACK BUMPERETTES CON YOU IDENTIFY
THESE AS WE ARE GOING TO RESTORE AS ORIGINAL
I LIVE IN GUERNSEY CHANNEL ISLANDS WHICH IS NORTH WEST FRANCE I
BOUGHT THE AMBULANCE FROM BELGIUM IT WAS REGISTERED ON BELGIUM
PLATES AT THE END OR THE WAR
PLEASE SEE PHOTOS
|Date: January 9, 2009
Address: 1811 mavi s street
City, State, ZIP: augusta, ga. 30906
Subject: finding my dad Lloyd Thomas Aycock in Korea
|Date: January 8, 2009
Name: Joyce Heffner
Subject: Louie P Hefner
Comments: I am trying to find someone who knew Louie Pearl Hefner
who was from Missouri and stationed in Ft Riley in 1936. I have
copies of envelopes where his foster mother sent letters to him at
the Military Prison at Fort McArthur California. It was returned to
the Guard House at Ft Riley Kansas. I have written Ft Riley and they
wrote back and said it would take too long to try and find anything.
It seems like every where we turn we hit a brick wall. My husband's
family has been trying to find him as he married my husband's mother
and then left her when my husband was six years old, never to be
seen again. Since I have been working on the genealogy of my
husband's family I have been trying to find anyone who might have
known him or how I could find out anything. I wrote to SS and they
said that his number was retired in 1955. I wrote a letter to them
to pass on to anyone who might have been involved with him but they
sent me a letter back saying they couldn't find anyone. He had four
children the last one he never saw as he just up and left.
Thanks for listening to me and if you would know anyone or any
organization that I could write to find out what happened to him
while in service to send him to the prison and guard house.
|Date: January 7, 2009
From: Martha Dunlap
Subject: Robert A Rummell
Comments: Hello, My son and I are doing research on his great uncle,
Robert A Rummell. He was a member of the 3rd Battalion, 3rd Infantry
Medics. Uncle Robert was killed on December 19, 1943. He is buried
in Sicily. Is there any way we can find out more about his unit.
|Date: January 6, 2009
Name: Ken (Screech) Simon
Subject: JEFF CARR
Comments: I am looking for a Jeff Carr who is/was in the Marine
Corp. The last I knew, he was stationed at Camp Lejeune after
transferring down there from Ohio. I lost contact with him and am
looking for any kind of information that anyone might have on his
location or contact information. My email is listed, so if anyone
has any information on him or how I might be able to locate him
better...it would be most greatly appreciated. He has 3 children and
his wife's name is Diana... I know that there are probably a lot of
Jeff Carr's that someone would know, but I am willing to take the
chance with as many contacts as possible in order to find him. I
know I didn't give a lot of pertinent information that might
pinpoint him better, but hopefully mentioning Ohio will help. Thank
Subject: locate any body from 4/64 C.CO 1976 THRU 1978 ASHAFFENSBURG
Comments: TRYING TO LOCATE FRIENDS THAT I SERVED WITH DURING THAT
SAMUEL WOOD AKA WOODY ALSO BRIAN THOMPSON AKA TOM OR BILL BROWN WE
WERE IN HQ PLATOON REMEMBER DUCK SOUP !! OR SGT. JOE GARCIA WE DID
ONE REFORGER AND TIME GRAF PLUS HOENFELS
|Date: JANUARY 3 2009
Name: LENORE MORENO
Address: 6770 Arena Lane
City, State, ZIP: Shingle Springs, CA 95682
Subject: Pvt. Salvatore J Moreno 707th,captured Battle of the Bulge
Comments: Trying to find anyone that served with my father. He
served with Raymond Fleig. I have the book he wrote about the 707th.
However, my father is not listed among the pows, in his book. He was
at Stalag 34. Does anyone know who he was and does anyone remember
him at pow camp. Training at Pine Camp. Company B 707th Tank
Battalion. Served w Captain Granger. In the book,from Company B
captured are Fabian, Alexander, Jesson, Merton, Harrell, Glyn l
Kamla, Ervin C, Mattison, Verl C Smith, Earl D, Taylor, William,
Showers, Wilbur, Sullivan,Henry D, Welch, Alfred, these are just the
My father was from Hackensack,New Jersey. I have been trying for a
long time to locate anyone who knew him, and can tell me anything
about his years in the army. He as liberated from POW April 1945.
|Date: January 3, 2009
Name: Mike Unthank
Subject: 3rd Infantry Division., 7th Infantry Regiment, Co. C. from
1944 - 1946.
Comments: I am searching for any information I can find relating to
my grandfather Corporal Morris C. Moore , 3rd Infantry Division.,
7th Infantry Regiment, Co. C. from 1944 - 1946.
I would appreciate any help that can be given.
Name: Jeff Green
Address: 83 Orlando drive
City, State, ZIP: Sicklerville, NJ 08081
Telephone: 856 740 6947
FAX: 856 740 0548
Subject: Herman Green
Comments: My father was in an AAA unit. He was in the landings of N
Africa, Sicily, Italy, and Southern France. His records were in the
fire. Was he in the 3rd?
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