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Date: Sep.30, 2010
Name: Horst Emrich
Location: Mühltal Germany
Comments: My father was a Puerto Rican soldier, I
guess in the 65th Infantry. Was this regiment a part
from the 3rd Infantry Division?
Webmaster's Note: The 65th Infantry Regiment was
part of the 3rd Infantry division during the Korean
|Date: September 29, 2010
Name: Erik Snijder
Subject Edward Snyder
I,am Erik Snijder from the Netherlands and 33 years
old. I adopted a grave of the soldier Snyder Edward
who is killed in action ww2. His grave is in
He went to the school Pennsylvania soldiers orphan
school Scotland, PA. He work in 1941 was by the
Pittsburgh steel company as a laborer in the shell
He came from the town Bentleyville, PA. He was a
member of the Pennsylvania state police and chief of
police in Bentleyville.
He was the husband of Mildred Snyder and father of 1
child Gregory Snyder.
Have you information about this person please
contact me. I would like to have a picture or any
other materials about this soldier. School Papers,
picture, personal stuff, what kind of person,
school, family, reports, company records etc.
When he died he was 38 years old his birth date was
30 may 1907. I would like to make a website about
him and where he was fighting in ww2 and what kind
of person he was. And I have contact with the family
of Edward Snyder and the want to know also anything
from their grandfather.
Please help me
You can contact me at the email address:
Or write me a letter at the address:
|Date: September 17, 2010
Name: Daniel Paupp
Subject: Racial Riot in 1973 Krabbenloch Kaserne
Comments: I am a veterans service representative
filing a claim for a veteran that was involved in
that riot. Any information that you can provide will
help with his claim. Dobbs, Troy E., 258-66-8137 was
in the signal battalion.
Daniel F. Paupp
Major, US Army (Retired)
|Date: September 16, 2010
Name: Snyder, Cary W [EXC]
Subject: Desert Storm KIA
Comments: I am a former 3rd ID Vet. I served with
the 4th BN 66th Armor in A burg Germany. My unit was
deployed to Desert Storm. Here is what I am asking I
do not see anything for our soldier who died in Iraq
on Feb 27th 1991. Please let me know where I can
find that or what I may be able to do so he is
listed on the site. He was a scout with 3rd ID 3rd
BDE 4th BN 66th ARMOR. His name Claerance A.Cash SPC.
Cary Snyder Technical Support Manager
Emergency Response Team Sprint Texas Market
Cell: 817-538-0137 NDC: 142*28*138 Fax: 913-523-2097
|Date: September 15, 2010
Name: Holderfield, Randal
Subject: WWII Veteran of the 3rd Infantry Division
Comments: I am searching for information or anyone
who may have served with my late uncle. His name is
Oscar Holderfield from Courtland, Alabama. I believe
he entered the Army in 1944. I know from talking to
him years ago that he was an enlisted man and part
of Operation Dragoon, the 1944 invasion of Southern
France in WW2. He was a POW, captured by the Germans
in Alsace-Lorraine, France probably Jan. ’45 during
the German counterattack, Operation Nordwind, was
moved about as the Allies advanced and the German
retreated in and finally ended up in Czechoslovakia
where he was liberated by Soviet troops. Any
information would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you all for your detailed replies! I’m going
to call my dad to confirm that Uncle Oscar used his
middle name which I suspect is true since it seems
to be a family thing and confirm his first name. The
only other information I have is he mentioned being
around Strasburg as where he was when captured and
that he was a machine gunner, so I suspect he was in
a weapons platoon and part of a machine gun crew. I
don’t believe he was called up until 1944 so he
would not have been in earlier campaigns of the 3rd
ID. I also believe, but this is based on my family
legend and not confirmed, was that he may have been
listed as MIA. My family says he just came walking
up to the house one day after the war. No one
expected him. they all thought he had been killed.
If that’s true, what a wonderful day that must have
Thanks again for you guidance and interest!
Randal J. Holderfield
I have found a Curtis O. Holderfield who was a
Private in the 30th Infantry Regiment. It is not
indicated that he was a POW in the published
Division WWII History, so I cannot be sure whether
this is your uncle or not. What other information do
you have on your uncle?
Rock of the Marne!
|Date: September 14, 2010
Name: Melissa Nolan
Subject: Looking for members of Eco Company 3/15
Inf, Ft Stewart, GA Desert Storm-Veteran 1989-1992
Comments: My name is Melissa Nolan, my husband is
Timothy Ray Nolan and he was stationed at Ft.
Stewart, GA. He has tried to find members of his
company. Can you help?
here, to Fill out the request form
just email Your request to