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|Date: December 31, 2010
Subject: Information regarding First Sergeant
Martosko, 7th regiment
I'm looking for more information regarding First
Sergeant Stephen A. Martosko, who served in the 7th
Infantry Regiment of the 3rd Infantry Division
during WWII. He was born on 8 January 1916, and came
from Ohio. And passed away in 1996. I have his WWII
memorabilia from his son, and was hoping to find out
more about his time in service.
Thanks in advance, and a Happy New Year!
Webmaster's Note: Stephen A. Martosko, 1st Sgt is
listed as a member of the 7th Infantry Regiment
in the book "History of the 3rd Infantry Division in
WWII" on page 464.
Name: Jessica Nunn
Subject: Jasper "Sherman"
Scraper, 441st AAA Bn
Comments: My grandfather, Jasper "Sherman" Scraper
was with the 3rd Infantry in WWII. He is 94 years
old now. I am 29 and grew up listening to all his
stories about "his brothers". He would love to hear
from any of you. So feel free to e-mail me and I
will pass on any messages to him. He will be setting
up his own e-mail soon. Also, if anyone has a list
of those in his battalion (441st
AAA Bn), please e-mail us. Thank you all for
having my Grandfather's back as I know he had yours.
I would not exist today as who I am without him.
|Date: December 13, 2010
Name: Steve Seger
Subject: John F. Eyman’s war record
Comments: Dear Sir,
Would be kind enough to direct me to someone within
your organization who can assist me in researching
my grandfather John F. Eyman’s war record?
He fought in the 3rd division in WWII, and received
both the Purple Heart and the Bronze Star. My mother
is researching a war journal he left her and trying
to provide some background on his writing prior to
publishing. Specifically, we are trying to
understand what resources are available in
understanding the Third Division’s, and in
particular the 15th regiment’s role in the European
In short, we would like to provide some historical
context to what is largely a first-person account of
the life of a combat infantry soldier. Additionally,
any suggestions on where we can locate details on
why he was awarded his Bronze Star would be welcome.
Any coaching or assistance would be greatly
appreciated. Thank you in advance for your
Webmaster's Note: Pvt John F. Eyman is listed as a
member of the 15th Infantry Regiment in the book
"History of the 3rd Infantry Division in WWII" on
|Date: 11 Dec. 2010
Name: Tom Ryan
City, State, Zip: Calimesa, CA
Tel: 1-909-795-3646 or 1-563-259-8952
Subject: 1st Bn, 15th Inf. Regt., 3d Inf. Div.
Kitzengen, Germany-Apr 1975
Comments: Tom is looking for information regarding
1st Bn Commander of the 15th Inf. Reg., 3d Inf.
Div., stationed at Kitzingen, Germany. during Apr.
1975. Tom believes the Commander was a West Point
Graduate and a Rhodes Scholar. Any information will
be helpful and appreciated.
Thank you for any help.
James E. Drury
|Date: December 11, 2010
From: Trepanier, Tyson M SSG MIL USA 1136th FP
Subject: Soldier from OIF 1 (UNCLASSIFIED)
Comments: I hope that you can help me out. I have
contacted 3rd ID already and they have not been able
to answer this for me. I am currently deployed with
a Soldier that was a wrecker operator in the 1-64
2BCT 3rdID during OIF on the push up to Baghdad. I
am trying to get him some awards that he should have
gotten by I need to know who his officers were. He
does not remember who they were. I have been looking
over the web and have not been able to get the
answers myself. Like I said, hopefully you are
someone that can help.
SSG Trepanier, Tyson M
Camp Eggers BDOC
|Date: December 10, 2010
Name: Ken Garbarino
Subject: PFC Edward Wyszkowski
Comments: Looking for any info regarding my late
father-in-law, PFC Edward Wyszkowski of Binghamton
NY. He served from Oct 43 to Jan 46. We believe he
was in Company D, 15th Infantry, 3rd Division. But
not certain. Also believe he was a driver for
Eisenhower at one point. Any info on my
father-in-law or Company D is greatly appreciated.
Webmaster's Note: Pvt Edward Wyszkowski is listed in
the book "History of the 3rd Infantry Division in
WWII" as a member of the 15th Infantry Regiment on
|Date: December 10, 2010
Name: Cathy Ball
Subject: Joseph Craig Ball
Comments: My great Uncle Joseph Craig Ball Company
H, 30th Infantry, 3 Div was killed on July 15th,
1918 the first day of the second battle of the
Marne. I am trying to find his death certificate,
his name on a casualty list or any thing about him a
picture of his unit during his time in Europe or in
Camp when they were still training in the US. Can
you help me?
Cathy A. Ball, V.M.D.
Manager Veterinary Services
|Date: December 10, 2010
From: Ethan Desko
Comments: To whom it may concern,
I am looking for any information on my great-great
uncle, Kuzma Deshko. He served in Company H/7IR/3ID
during the Second Battle of the Marne and was
wounded by mustard gas. It would be greatly
appreciated for any information or photos you may
have on him.
|Date: December 6, 2010
Name: Shmuel Schwartz
Subject: Information about William Schwartz, 3rd
Division in WWI
Comments: My grandfather, William Schwartz from New
York was one of the original members of the 3rd
Division in WWI. He served in France and then in the
occupation of Germany. I think that he was a member
of your association who passed away in 1982. I would
like to plan a vacation retracing his steps in
France and Germany in WWI. Do you have any specific
information about my grandfather and the units that
he served in?
Thanks in advance for any information that you can
Note: A good book that might help you is "American
Battlefields of World War I" Chateau Thierrry-Then
and Now, Volume One: Enter the Yanks, by David
Homsher (ISBN 978-0-9702443-0-7. Battlefield
Productions P.O. Box 624, 85 Tilton Ave, #4, San
Mateo. CA 94401 USA TEL:1-650-347-6073,
|Date: December 6, 2010
Subject: Life membership- Marne Association
Comments: Greetings Bulldogs!
I joined the Marne Society as a life member back in
1979, while on active duty stationed in Wertheim, WG.
I must look through my documents again, but is there
a means to run my credentials against the life
members role to see if I show up in there?
SSG Jack S Bliesath
B Battery 29th FA
Thanks very much!
Note: Jack, the Marne Association that you were a
Life member, was disbanded in the 1990's when the
3rd Division deployed back to Fort Stewart, GA from
Germany. We in the Society of the 3rd Infantry
Division have tried in vain to get a membership list
of the Marne Association but have not been able to
get one. We would like to get these Cold War vets
like yourself to join our Society.
|Date: December 2, 2010
Name: Fred T. Mullins II
Subject: Death of a 3rd Division/30th Infantry
Comments: My father was a WWII
Veteran. He served in the 100th division 397th
infantry Company H in the beginning of WWII. After
he was wounded he was sent to the 3rd division/30th
infantry, and I do not know what company.
His name was Fred T. Mullins
Born in Glomar, KY
Died in Hazzard, KY on November 9, 2010
Private First Class
I have written the army to have his metals replaced,
so I can put them in a shadow box, and keep them for
his memory. I am trying to research and find out
much information about him. I have attached a photo
from when he was in the war. We think is was taken
in France or Italy, but not for sure.
Thank you for your time.
Fred T. Mullins II
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