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Date: 30 Oct 02
Name: Kay L Morris
Address: Rt 1 Box 295
City, State, ZIP: Lecoma, MO 65540
Subject: Information about PFC Robert E Jordan, Co B 15th Inf Regiment 3rd
Infantry Division WWII
Comments: Would like any information regarding my father who served in Co B 15th
Infantry Regiment 3rd Infantry Division during WWII.
His name was PFC Robert E Jordan and when he left the states he was with the
first landings of his unit in 1942 and served until the end of the war.
He was at Tunisia, Anzio beachhead, North Africa, Morocco,
wounded in France, and finally his last days of duty was in Germany.
He was drafted at the age of 26; Dec. 5, 1941 so he was older than the usual
He died in 1995 so I am trying to piece some things together
and I have his discharge and other things he collected during the war.
He never talked much about the war but I have some of his mail he sent home to
family when he was there. It would be interesting
to know if anyone who knew him could contact me. He served with Audie Murphy,
He did tell us he was the company barber if that helps and he still cut his own
hair up unto he died.
Name: Clayton Fisher
City, State, ZIP: Palestine, TX
Subject: My grandfather, Marvin Cockrell
I am writing you to find out if you know anything about my grandfather. His name
was Marvin Cockrell.
He served in WWII but I don't know what unit or anything. I do know that he was
He passed away in 1984 and since then all records of his history have been
burned. If you have any information on him please e-mail me.
Thanks, Clayton Fisher
Name: Arthur G Elkington
Address: 116 E. Bowman Dr.
City, State, ZIP: Kalispell, Mt. 59901
Telephone: 406 257 5592
FAX: 406 755 0906
Subject: Looking for buddies of Hq.Co. 3rd Btn. 65th Ir.
I am looking for anyone that was in the Hq. Co. 3rd. Btn. 65th.Ir. during the
last of 6/20/53 and 8/30/54
At Boomerang, Kumhwa Valley, Kumsong Bulge, Chorwan City area And reserve area
near the 44th MASH Hospital.
Looking for Salvitor De Franco - ("Speghetti") and others.
Name: Vickie Sparks
Address: P.O. Box 298
City, State, ZIP: Avondale,W.Va 24811
Subject: E.J. Smart
Comments: I am looking for a very good friend of mine E.J. Smart. I know he
lived in Chillicothe, Ohio.
He was a cop there. He was shipped out to Ft Leonard Missouri. The last time I
had any contact with him was in January of 2002.
I would like to hear from him. I miss him very much and think of him all the
time. Please if anyone can find him,
have him call me anytime from 7am-4pm.
Date: October 28, 2002
Name: Jack Smith
Subject: M. Sgt Earl J. Smith
Comments: My father was M. Sgt Earl J. Smith. According to
the Korean War project Web site he was with
the 179th inf. rgt, 45th inf div. I do not know which company he was in. He was
KIA on July 27, 1953, near Pau-gol, Korea.
He was awarded a silver star for his actions at the time of his death.
I am trying to find anyone that may have known my dad. If you could furnish any
information or assist in any way please email me.
Date: October 2002
Name: Gary West
Address: 1501 so18th st
City, State, ZIP: Pekin, Illinois 61554
Subject: 3rd inf div admin company
Comments: would like to make contact with anyone who served in 3rd inf div admin
co from 1964 and 1965.
Name: Lucas Michael Paulick
Location: South Carolina
Subject: Michael Paulick
Comments: I'm not sure how to go about doing this, but I am looking for
information regarding my Grandfather.
He was with Audie Murphy during the war, and I believe he served as his CO for a
time. His name was Michael Paulick,
and he may have been a Lt. Colonel at that period. If any of this sounds
familiar to you, please contact me at
Thank you for your time and efforts.
L. M. Paulick
Name: Holfelder Georg
City, State, ZIP: Germany
Subject: Looking for friends 4th Battalion — 3rd Air Defense Artillery
Kitzingen SSG Eric Weeks
Comments: Hi, my name is Georg Holfelder and I am from Germany. I am looking for
the Weeks family.
They went back to the USA in 1999. SSG Eric Weeks was based in Kitzingen Germany
and served in the 4th Battalion — 3rd Air Defense Artillery.
His wife's name is Sue and their son's name is Elias. Can you help me to come in
contact with them.
Is there a official office at the army to find out if Eric is still in the army?
Or do you have any other idea?
Thank you in advance.
Yours Georg Holfelder
Date: October /2002
Subject: war brides
Comments: Greetings, I am looking for any information at all regarding American
GI's. Were they stationed only in Northern Ireland?
Were there ever troops stationed in Dublin? Does anyone have any knowledge if
the war brides only came from Northern Ireland
as apposed to Ulster. I would greatly appreciate any information on this topic,
i believe my grandmother was from Dublin and was a war bride.
Thank you and have a great day.
Name: Roy Smith
Address: 2921 Buckskin Run #905
City, State, ZIP: Ft. Worth , Tx. 76116
Subject: Muster roll for 5th Inf. , 3rd Inf. Div. WW2
Comments: My wife's Step-grandfather served in the 3rd Inf. Div. in WW2. We
were going to group his medals and all in a display box.
I was wondering if there were still any of the old muster rolls out there.
His name was Hubert Hoover. He was in Co. B 5th Inf, 3rd Inf. Division. He
enlisted in 42 or 43.
I hope this is enough info. Thanks for your help.
Date: 25 Oct02
Name: PFC Gray, Christopher
Address: Delta 1/56 ADA Bn
City, State, ZIP: Fi. Bliss, TX 97716
Subject: unit citations
Comments: I will be reporting to 3rd Inf, ADA Bn and I was wondering if someone
could email me and let me know
what unit citations they have, so I could have them purchased before I got
there, thank you.
Name: MARY SMITH
Location: NABB, IN
Subject: William H. Johnson
Comments: I am searching for information on my brother William H. Johnson
declared MIA Huksu-Ri Korea Dec.3rd 1950.
He was in F Co. 7th Infantry Regiment 3rd Infantry Div. He was only 18.
Date: 24 Oct 02
Name: MARCOS V. MANALO
Subject: Korean veteran in the US
Comments: I was a member of the 20th BCT of the Philippine Expeditionary Force
to Korea (PEFTOK) attached to the
US 3rd Infantry Battalion during the Korean War (http://www.geocities.com/peftok/20thbct.html).
We are now permanently residing in the US. I believe, I can still help in some
projects that the organization may have.
Please let me know how can I participate in the Korean Veterans affairs. What do
I need to get recognize being a Korean veteran in the US?
Please advise. Respectfully,
MARCOS V. MANALO
Member - 20th BCT
Philippine Expeditionary Force to Korea (PEFTOK)
Date: 23 Oct 02
Name: Pete Minix
Subject: WW 2 experiences
Comments I would like to introduce myself, My name is Pete
Minix, I am 49 years old and a former Marine and an army national guard with the
rank of sergeant. My reason for writing you is that I am somewhat of a WW 2
buff. I have written and e-mailed WW 2 veterans from all nations who fought. I
would like to find out whether or not I can write or e-mail you about your WW 2
experiences. Everything that is mailed to me does not leave my house. I do not
publish or sell this information for profit. This is strictly a hobby of mine. I
have received pictures and information from veterans all over the world. This is
my tribute to all the WW 2 veterans who fought and gave so much. All this
information is for my own library use and a way for me to keep track of our WW 2
veterans who are still living. Unfortunately we lose so many WW 2 veterans
everyday this information goes with them and is lost forever. If you would like
to share your experiences with me. I hope you will share your experience with
me, but if you don’t I respect and understand your decision.
Date: 22 Oct 02
Name: Richard (Steve) Stephens
Address: 105 Deerfield Rd
City, State, ZIP: Newton, Al 36352
Subject: Locate old buddies
Comments: Like to hear from any member of Btry "A" 41st Arty, 3rd Inf. Div
stationed in Aschaffenburg Germany from 1963-65.
A few members I recall are FSGT Bob Dombrosky, SGT Neal Roe. SSGT Kenneth
Herrington, SGT Issiac Hart, Spec Earl Nore,
Capt Robert (Bob) Evans (CO),SFC Richard Anderson, Spec James (Jimmy) Ellis,
personnel, SFC Toomey, Sgt Garcia, PFC Julio Riveria.
Appreciate hearing from anyone who served in the 41st Arty Bn at Fiori Barracks
Date: 21 October 02
Name: Steve Rovtar
City, State, ZIP: New York
Subject: Uncle & Godfather died at Anzio beach
Comments: His name was Joseph Slabic. Probably a private. I understand he was a
Name: Alexis Vazquez
Address: P.O. BOX 640786
City, State, ZIP: Miami, FL 33164
Subject: 3rd Div/15th Inf RGT - Korea
Comments: My father, Erasmo Vazquez Nieves, served and was wounded in Korea. He
was part of the Puerto Rican contingent
that was associated with the 3rd/15th. I'm interested in the history of the
regiment during the war.
Where can I get a copy of the regimental records, etc.. Any info or leads would
Webmaster's note: Try this link, Alexis:
Date: October 19,2002
Name: Florence M. Bush
Address: 302 River Avenue
City, State, ZIP: Point Pleasant, N.J. 08742
Subject: Joseph C. Rogers
Comments: My family is trying to piece together any information we can about my
father Joseph C. Rogers and the time he served
our country during WWII. He was from Brooklyn, New York.
He was in the 3rd. infantry and I believe he was in Southern France, at Anzio
and was injured and received the Bronze Star and Purple Heart.
Dad passed away in 1987 and it would be wonderful to have more to share with his
grandchildren. Any info would be greatly appreciated.
Name: Josephine Hollis
Address: 128 Seville Ct.
City, State, ZIP: Ft. Mitchell, KY 41017
Comments: My father was in the third infantry and I would like to get as much
info about him as possible for my nieces and nephews.
Date: Oct. 19, 2002
Name: Norman A. Matsche
Address: P.O. Box 247
City, State, ZIP: Godfrey, Ill 62035
Subject: Korea 3rd mp 1953-1954
Comments: Looking for anyone who served with me during this period
Date: October 18, 2002
Name: Michelle Maltbia
Subject: Jim Reece
My name is Michelle Maltbia, I am trying to locate my birth father. The name I
was given Jim Reece.
I am not sure if the spelling is correct, could be Reese and It could be James.
He was stationed at Fort Riley, KS in the years 1966-68. This is all that I
If anyone has information that might help in my search please e-mail me at
Thank you for your time.
Date: October 18, 2002
Name: Darrell L. Rector
Subject: 7th Battalion 67th Air Defense Battalion
I can find very little about the 7th Battalion 67th Air Defense Battalion, (Chaperall/Vulcan)
Would like to hear from people who served in Giebelstadt Germany 1970-72.
would like to see it listed on your
unit roster. You will be getting my membership shortly.
Sincerely. Darrell L. Rector
SFC Retired Utah National Guard
Date: October 16, 2002
Name: Jemison Beshears, Arms Specialist
Address: 220 San Bruno Avenue
City, State, Zip: San Francisco, CA 94103
Subject: Col. Merritt Hutton Hursh
Comments: I am researching a
soldier by the name of Col. Merritt Hutton Hursh who was a member of the 313th
Batallion, T-Force, 6th Army Group and reportedly one of the advance parties at
the capture of the Berghof.
He won the Silver Star and oakleaf cluster, the Bronze Star and oakleaf cluster,
the D.S.C., the Legion of Merit,
Combat Infantry Badge and was deputy commander of this occupying force.
I am trying to locate anyone who
served with him and that might have been with him at the Berghof.
Would you have any leads I might follow in this quest. There seems to have been
MANY groups at the Eagle's Nest
as the existing feuding between the 3rd Army and the 101st Airborne suggests.
I have seen Hutton's unit listed under numerous titles including the 6860th
Headquarters Detachment Force,
7th Army; the Intelligence Assault Force, 313th Intelligence Battalion and other
names. They were supposed to be advance
troops in charge of securing important documents and other intelligence data.
Anything you could contribute to this mystery would be appreciated.
I was a 1st Lt, commander of the 7th Inf, 3rd Infantry Division Intelligence
& Reconnaissance Platoon, at the time the Berghof and
Eagles Nest were taken on the afternoon of May 4, 1945. I was there for three
days, before we moved on to Salzburg.
The only colonel I saw there was my Regimental Commander, Col. John A. Heintges.
There were no personnel from other units there,
not the 101st Airborne, not the 1st French Army, not even Stephen Ambrose!
One good reason for that is that there were only two shattered bridges over the
Salaach River and Col. Heintges posted strong
roadblocks on both to assure that no other unit could claim to have been there
first. I'm curious to hear why you say you "know"
that a Col. Hursh was there?? I never heard of a 313th Intelligence Battalion,
nor any other Intelligence Battalion.
There is no Col. Hursh listed in the 3rd Infantry Division WWII History.
The only man I know that knows more about the capture of the Berghof and the
Eagles Nest is Sherman Pratt, Lt. Col. Ret'd.
At the time, he was a captain commanding L Company, 7th Infantry, first
into Berchtesgaden, the Berghof and the Eagles Nest.
His E mail address is
email@example.com A few
weeks ago Sherm was recovering from a stroke. I know he will be glad to
help you if he is able.
Russ Cloer firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: October 16, 2002
Comments: I was hoping that you could answer a question for me concerning the
Signal Corps and World War II.
I have a photograph taken at Camp Bad Orb upon liberation, by Signal Corps on
April 3, 1945. The signal corps also made a filmstrip
about the camp. Now, I have no idea how the Signal Corps worked during World War
Would that particular signal corps have been assigned to the liberating units?
According to the documentation that I have,
the 44th infantry division, 106th cavalry group XV Corps, seventh u.s. army
liberated the POW's. Can you explain, then, how the Signal Corps came into the
picture (no pun intended) here?
The photo is of interest to me because my in-laws have always believed that one
of the soldiers in that picture was a brother
who was listed as MIA, and never came home. But, I , personally, think that the
POW's look pretty good for the conditions
that they would have undergone being in that camp. I am attaching the photo for
I was just wondering how taking the pictures would have come about. Would people
volunteer to be in the photo?
Could you please explain how photographing would take place.
Several people have told me that the photo was "staged" by the signal corps.
Perhaps you could send some light on the subject for me. I appreciate any help
that you can send my way.
Date: October 14, 2002
Name: CPT Patti Rice
Subject: My name
is CPT Patti Rice and I am doing a presentation on the history of the patch of 3
ID or on the mascot.
I was in the 3rd infantry division while stationed in Wuerzburg and Bamberg
Germany from '92-'95.
If you have any information to help me I'd greatly appreciate it. Thanks in
Date: October 14, 2002
Name: Lyndel Williams
City, State, ZIP: Lexington, Texas
Subject: 1st and the 4th Head & Head
Comments: Anyone serving from 1970 to 1971 in Ascaffenburg, Germany
Date: Oct.14 2002
Name: James Arsenault
Address: 40 Northridge Drive
City, State, ZIP: North Reading MA 01864
Subject: looking for coa 30reg 3div 1943-1944 at Anzio, Italy
Comments: I was on the landing at Anzio, Italy with coa-30 reg-3 div . with 30
men we all had bags of TNT.
We were sent to hold a bridge. What happened out there? I can't remember, please
Date: October 13, 2002
Name: Donna McElreath
Address: 7450 Saint Tropez Way
City, State, ZIP: Sacramento, Ca
Subject: Emden "Ben" Smith
Comments: Am looking for information on my Great Uncle Corporal Emden "Ben"
Smith, served with the US Army 15th Infantry Regiment,
3rd Infantry Division. Was stationed at Fort Lewis, Washington until being
shipped to South Africa. He was killed November 8, 1943
and is buried in the Sicily Rome American Cemetery in Nettuno, Italy.
He was awarded the Silver star and a purple heart. Family
history tells a story of him capturing several German Soldiers
and of being almost fearless as most of the people that served in WW II were.
My Grandmother, Esther Ahern at one time ( 1943/1944 ) had contact with one of
his buddies that was there when he died.
The buddy found it hard to write my Grandmother about her favorite brother's
death. Any and all information is welcome .
By the way, his silver star and purple heart are missing, how
can family get a replacement ? Thank you for your time and efforts, hope the
name rings a bell and someone has information. Donna McElreath
Name: James Nauss
Address: 390 301 Blvd W. Unit 28A
City, State, ZIP: Bradenton, Fl 34205
Telephone: 941 750 8139
Subject: Looking a buddy, Allen Curran
Allen Curran served with 9th Field Artillery C Battery 3rd Div. During WW2 in
Africa, Sicly, Italy, France and Germany.
City, State, ZIP: Princeton, Indiana
Request info. Anyone serving, or with knowledge, of 86th Inf. Div. 342nd
battalion, Company H (heavy weapons) who remembers the
guard post situated near Berchtesgaden on May 8-9-10,1945.
Post was machine gun manned at base of road leading to Hitler's Retreat (Nest)
and Goerings' guest house.
Who were the troops manning the guard post? Anyone remembering to German truck
we stopped and searched which
held a foot locker filled with German marks?
Date: October 11, 2002
Name: MARK A. MAGDALENO
Comments: MY FATHER SERVED DURING WWII. HE RECEIVED TWO PURPLE HEARTS AND OTHER
THAT WERE LOST AFTER HE DIED IN 1992. MY NAME IS MARK MAGDALENO.
I AM THE YOUNGEST OF HIS SIX SONS AND I WOULD LIKE TO HAVE MY FATHER'S
COMMENDATIONS. CAN YOU POINT ME IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION. RESPECTIVELY, MARK A.
Date: October, 10th 2002
Name: Viti Marco
Address: Via Roma n°50
City, State, ZIP: Presenzano, Italy, 81050
My name is Marco and my surname is Viti. I am an university student in my last
year of an Economics and Business Studies degree.
I am an Italian researcher of the World War II, in fact I am writing a book
about the World War II: in particular I would like
to reconstruct the events which took place in my little town, PRESENZANO, a
little village in the Volturno area, next to
Mignano Monte Lungo (about 10 Kilometres), San Pietro Infine (about 16
Kilometres) and Venafro (about 15 Kilometres).
I am writing to you because I know that you are a good source of historical
facts about military operations and units.
According to my documentation the general Mark Clark's Fifth Army camped in
PRESENZANO from November 1943
and in my town there was an American field hospital. As you certainly know,
PRESENZANO is situated in the vicinity of
Mignano Monte Lungo (about 10 Kilometres) where for the first time from 8
September 1943, the Italian Army
(First Motorized Group) fought with the allied nations and Americans.
I have a copy of a letter written by Mark Clark on 25 February 1980 to a citizen
of my little village (PRESENZANO), where the
General Mark Clark affirmed that Fifth Army Headquarters was at PRESENZANO as
were Headquarters of other units before.
I have also several articles about PRESENZANO written by E. Pyle on November and
From the National Archives and Records Administration I have found a motion
picture film with this title:
“American soldiers, Presenzano, Italy (New year’ s Day Meal)”; Production Date:
From This Archive I have obtained 15 photos that prove that General Mark Clark’
s Fifth Army camped in Presenzano
during this period. On a photo there are Lientenant General George Patton, Jr.,
CG, U.S. 7th Army, and Maj. Gen. Geoffrey Keyes, CG, II Corps, at Presenzano
area on 8 January 1944.
On another photo of 29 February 1944 I can see Lt. General Mark W. Clark, CG,
U.S. Fifth Army, with to Maj. Gen. Willis D. Crittenberger and Maj. Henry C.
Lodge, staff officer, at Fifth Army Headquarters of Presenzano.
On a photograph of 6 November 1943 there is an American soldier, Cpl. John E.
Iovino, Lawrence, Mass.,
that is hugging his aunt whom he discovered in the Italian town of Presenzano.
The aunt and family had lived in the U.S.
until 1930, when they returned to Italy.
On a photo of 27 February 1944 there is the Visit of General Giraud, Commander
in Chief of French Forces, to
Lt. General Mark W. Clark at Fifth Army Headquarters.
On the "LIFE" magazine of January 1944 there is a sketch of George Biddle, one
of best-known U.S. artists
(that probably was with a battalion of the U.S. Third Infantry Division) of a
dead citizen of PRESENZANO.
The article on this magazine is: "A dead Italian lies in a coffin. Americans
found him when they come into PRESENZANO.
He had been put to work by the Germans digging gun emplacements and trenches.
Later, on Halloween, they shot him at night behind haystack. In spite of such
cruelties as this, the Germans are
usually well disciplined and commit few wanton atrocities. They are, however,
ruthlessly logical, will do anything necessary
for military advantage".
During World War II several people died of PRESENZANO: The Germans killed
10 Presenzano citizens.
I do not know Germans units in my little town, and of others nations.
Do you know any soldier who stopped at PRESENZANO during the war, even if for
On the book "Countdown to Cassino", A. Bowlby, London 1995, Pen e Sword Books
Ltd, pp. 103 and 108,
there is the narration of the presence and of the transit of 1^ Special Service
Force US-Canadian at PRESENZANO.
Do you know if there was any Canadian units in my little town?
I hope that you will be able to provide me with some materials of these events
of the World War II in my little town
PRESENZANO (military map, videos, images, pictures, magazine articles, any
information): it would be very useful for me.
I would like to thank you in advance for your cooperation. Yours Sincerely Viti
Name: Judy Spencer
Address: PO box 983
City, State, ZIP: Amherst, VA 24521
Subject: Salvadore Martinez
Trying to find anything on Salvadore Martinez, supposedly from Pa. prior to his
stay at Camp Pickett, Va. during WWII before shipping out.
Need to locate him for the mother of his son. She would like to speak to him
once again and for him to meet his son.
She is in poor health, so this is urgent. Thank you
Date: Oct 7, 2002
Name: Richard Long
Address: 6536 Evening St
City, State, ZIP: Worthington Oh 43085
Subject: Chaplain (Capt) Clement Faistl
Comments: I am a freelance writer (and WW2 vet) doing a story on Chaplain
Faistl who entered Europe on D Day with the 101st AB
and served in Korea with the 3rd Inf Div.
He is now 90, has trouble walking, but still quick witted and
of good mind. His modesty gets in the way of my getting the details
on his service I need to flesh out his story. I would like to know his
regimental assignment and dates and places and results
of combat activities involving his regiment.
I also would very much like to have 1st person accounts of
memories of 3rd Div veterans regarding him.
Date: Monday 10/07/2002
Name: KIMBERLY ODONNELL
Subject: Edgar Gerken
Comments: Looking for anyone that may have served with my Grandpa (Edgar Gerken).
Died in combat August 1943. 30th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Infantry Division
Please write email@example.com
Date: October 2002
Name: Elmer Sanchez, deceased
Subject: 3rd medical battalion in France & Rhineland 43-45
Comments: I am trying to find out if my uncle who was a medic and ambulance
driver in the 3rd medical battalion
was part of the 3rd Infantry Division. I know he was in France and Germany and
wonder if you know more about what he did
or if his name appears any where. He was Elmer Sanchez
Name: Dina Yanke Dietz
Address: 301 Franklin Street
City, State, ZIP: Waterford, Wisconsin 53185
Subject: looking for 3rd recon friends of Bernard"BUGSY" Yanke
My father Bernard "BUGSY" Yanke was in Korea from July '52-July '53 in the 3rd
We are looking for friends that might remember him.He drove tanks and checked
for landmines. If you have info please write.
He would love to hear from old friends.Thank You.
Date: October 04, 2002
Name: Jim Milton
City, State, ZIP: Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Subject: Harold Elwood Jamison
Comments: Anyone knowing of Harold Jamison (my half brother - whom I haven't
seen in approx. 50 years)
He Was in WW2 RCA(47LAA, 5LAA, 2FD REGT. Last date Ottawa show is 1978 in
Please email Jim Milton at
Name: Attilio Albergoni
Comments: I am a military researcher about WW II Husky operation in Sicily. I
search notices/stories and photos about US troops
in Palermo - Sicily, for a reconstruction of the our story. I hope in your help.
Name: John A Beatrice
Address: 2329 Mulberry Ave.
City, State, ZIP: Lancaster, Ca. 93535
Subject: 3rd inf. div., 7th inf. reg., 1st battalion, company A
Comments: Looking for any information on PVT. John J. Beatrice, KIA Feb. 2, 1944
Cissterna de Latorri
I would like to find out if anyone knew him. Also if it's possible to acquire
his personal effects that may have been on his person.
Name: Antoinette potaczek
Homepage Title: LOOKING FOR PEOPLE WHO SERVED WITH ALOIS JOHN POTACZEK
Comments: I AM LOOKING FOR PEOPLE WHO SERVED W/ MY FATHER ALOIS JOHN POTACZEK
IN THE 3RD INF COMPANY E I HAVE A PHOTO OF THE GUYS ON X-MAS DINNER IN
FT BENNING GOERGIA 1941 I BELIEVE HE WAS A SERGEANT THANKS AND FILL FREE TO
Name: Josephine Jerome
Comments: My grandfather, Roland Jerome, served with the 3rd Infantry Division
I know he was involved in the Anzio Campaign and was an infantryman. He is a
Purple Heart Awardee and Expert Infantry Badge qualified.
If anyone knew him or knows of his unit's activities please
e-mail me. I'm a 2LT in the Army National Guard and served 9 active years as an
enlisted soldier. I'm proud to serve our nation and give each of you my
deep-felt thanks for your service and sacrifices.
Name: John Beatrice
Subject: searching for people who may have known my uncle, John J Beatrice
My Uncle, John J Beatrice KIA Feb.2, 1944 in Cisterna, Italy
I am looking for any one who may have known him, or any information about the
day he was killed
3rd inf. div., 7th inf. regiment, company A
Date: October 2, 2002
Name: Paul Hang
Subject: US liner from WWII.
Comments: Hi! I have found your email address on the net...
I am a French collector who has just bought a US liner from WWII. Inside is
Minnesota land of (???)
Could you let me know how to proceed to get more pieces of information about the
owner of this helmet (regiment, btln, company, etc...)
Many thanks in advance.
Kind regards, Lars
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