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Date: November 29, 2002
Name: Laura Chappel
Address: 26831 Pioneer Highway
City, State, ZIP: Stanwood, Washington 98292
Telephone: (360) 629-9254
Subject: Paul Vincent O'Mara
Comments: Hi, Pvt. Paul Vincent O'Mara served in World War II as a Cannoneer in
Battery "A" of the Fourth Section
of 963rd Field Artillery Battalion. If anyone knew him I would like to hear from
He landed on Omaha Beach on June 26, 1943 with the other
soldiers and spent the next ten months in battle.
Campaigns included were Normandy, Rhineland, Northern France, Ardennes and
Any information on Pvt. O'Mara would be much appreciated. Thank you. Laura
Date: Nov. 27, 2002
Name: Steve A. Cox
Address: 21 Las Lomas Dr.
City, State, ZIP: Watsonville Ca., 95076
Subject: Private Cecil Otto Fry, 7 Inf. Reg., 3 Inf. Div. (1944)
Comments: I am looking for any information on My grandfather, Cecil Otto Fry, he
was a Private in the 7 Inf. Reg., 3rd Inf. Div. U.S.Army.
He died in France Aug. 15, 1944. He was returned to the United States from
Draguignan-St. Raphael 4 years later and was laid
to rest in Golden Gate National Cemetery, San Bruno, California.
Name: Rudy Elder
Location: Cape Coral, Florida
Comments: I'm wondering whether there are any St.. Louis residents who would be
willing to research morning reports at the records center.
I am a hospice social worker; my patient was a member of company e, 3rd
battalion, 7th regiment, 3rd Infantry Division in Italy. was wounded.
Never received his purple heart. records lost in the fire. However, a morning
report might provide evidence of an injury. - Rudy Elder
Name: Jerry Pfingsten
Subject: WW2, K Company, 7th Reg., 3rd Inf. Division
Comments: Looking for individuals who knew my Grandfather, Thomas Johnson, from
La Crosse, Wisconsin.
He was wounded in action near Marseilles, France in Nov. 1944. Information from
individuals of his unit is greatly appreciated.
Date: November 27 2002
Name: Hazel Traylen
Subject: WILLIAM( Bill ) SCHOENBERG / SCHELLENBERG
Comments: Would be very pleased to hear from anyone knowing Bill, based
in North Carolina, serving overseas in England WW2.
Date: November 25, 2002
Name: Tim Wybiral
Address: 135 Circle Drive
City, State, ZIP: Waurika, Oklahoma, 73573
Subject: Looking for an uncle, Frank Acker
I am inquiring about an uncle of mine, Frank Acker, who was in the 3rd Division,
7th Infantry, G Company during ww2.
He was killed in France in 1945 (Colmar region). I am looking for anything
online that would talk
about either him or the company he was in.
Finding anything online about
ww2 and the Cottonbalers is becoming scarce and I would love it if you or your
could direct me where I might be able to go to learn more. He was from
Pennsylvania, a small community called Saegertown
in case that rings any bells, which I doubt, considering there was so many of
Any info, good or bad, would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you for your time.
Name: Elvie Gadberry
Address: 42072 Old Hwy 30
City, State, ZIP: Astoria OR 97103
Subject: Staff Sergeant Adam Ritchards
Hello, I was just wondering if anyone might have heard of my father. I don't
know much about him now because I didn't pay attention
like I should have when I was little. All that I know is that I he was in the
Army, in the 3rd Division and something like the 7th Infantry
or something like that. I have asked my mother but she isn't quite sure
My father is now 81 years old and is in a nursing home in
Muskegon Michigan. He is originally from Thompsonville Michigan.
He was the youngest of 10 children. I remember him only mentioning 2 names
while he was in the war. I do remember him mentioning
the Bently Twins, I think it was Ray or Ralph. I'm just wondering if anyone out
there might have known my father Adam Ritchards.
He now doesn't have the "s" on the end of his name because the Army messed up
and took it off. So if you, your father, or grandfather
might have heard of him....please drop me a line or two. I would love to be
able to share some info with my father to possibly strike his memory,
since he is in a nursing home with Parkinson's Disease.
Thank you, Elvie L. Gadberry (maiden name: Ritchard)
Name: Walter Salvatore
Address: 802 Meadow Lane
City, State, ZIP: Fort Walton Beach FL 32547
Telephone: 850 862 7429
Comments: Roster of soldiers in the Korean war 1950-51 hq co 19th engr combat
Name: Paul Steinbach
City, State, ZIP: Tucson, AZ
Subject: Information on father
Comments: I am looking for any information on my father, Kurt Steinbach, or his
unit - Company E, Seventh Infantry.
He received a Silver Star at Ein Sebaa 10 Nov 1942 and was wounded in Tunisia in
early May, 1943.
I would like information to flesh out his recollections and better understand
Name: Larry J. Brindza
Address: 9701 Harr Court
City, State, ZIP: Burke, VA 22015-4116
Subject: looking for information
My father, John C. Brindza was in the Army's 3rd Infantry
Division, 30th Infantry, Company B. Although his grade was never higher than Pfc,
I know he did receive at least one Silver Star
and two Bronze Stars. There were oak leaf clusters and arrow heads associated
with these decorations also.
I would like to verify the decorations he received and track
down the locations his company actually fought at in northern Africa,
Italy, France, etc. I'd like to track down any photos that may be available.
Name: Missy Lehman
Address: PO Box 111
City, State, ZIP: Dripping Springs, Texas 78620
Subject: 6th Air Force 29th Heavy Bombardment Unit
My father-in-law is interested in finding any of the men he served with in WWll.
His name is Charlie Lehman.
Pop was a B29 mechanic. He was stationed on a island (he calls Yellow Pecos)
that was about 20 degrees off the Equator
and west of South America (not sure how far).
Anyone that might have any info for him please e-mail me and I'll get the
messages to him.
Thanks for your help, Missy Lehman
Name: Daniel Moore
Address: 1666 Lowell-Bethesda Rd. Apt. C
City, State, ZIP: Gastonia, NC 28056
Subject: Lt. Willard H. Coats, USMA Class of 1950
Comments: I would like to find out as much information as possible about my
uncle's service experience.
He was in the 7th Inf., 3rd Div. and was KIA on 11-28-50.Any comments from
vets who served with this outfit would be greatly appreciated.
Date: November 20, 2002
Name: Paul Welsh
Subject: 7th Infantry, 3rd Division WW 2
Comments: Looking for any information on my uncle, Lt. Paul J. Delaney of
Philadelphia, 7th Infantry, 3rd Division,
killed in action sometime in March or April, 1945 along the Rhine.
Date: November 18, 2002
Name: Edward Mc Bride
Address: 630 Crestwood Road
City, State, ZIP: Wayne, PA 19087
Subject: Albert Mc Bride
Comments: My uncle Al was killed, to the best of my knowledge, in February 1945
in Besancon, France.
This information was supplied by two gentlemen in 1992. He was a sergeant and,
I am told that there was a battle
at this location where he was killed.
My Dad, his brother, is 75 years old and recently mentioned that he would like
to go visit Al's grave site in France.
Any information that your organization can supply would be appreciated. I am
doing this research on the Q-T.
When I have enough information I will determine whether we should venture to
I know my uncle is in a cemetery that was/is used by the
military since we have a picture of hundreds of crosses over the graves.
Would you know which town the site is in? Thank you in advance, Ed Mc Bride
Date: 17 11 2002
Name: Elio Maludrottu
Address: via Gonnellino
City, State, ZIP: Castellina MA/ma 56040 Pisa ITALY
Subject: BATTLES MAPS
Comments: I am lookinq for maps of battles that took place at Cecina Livorno
Pisa during the second world war.
Also if there is anyone who took place in the conflict between Germany in the
area around a place called "IL TERRICCIO"
an estate in the town of Castellina MA/ma in PISA ITALY
Date: 17 Nov 2002
Name: Douglas Patry
Subject: PFC Jean A. Patry
Comments: Dear veterans, Looking for anyone who might have served with my uncle.
He was PFC Jean A. Patry he was KIA on 23 May 1944 I believe on Anzio beach.
I know he was with the 30 Infantry Regiment, 3rd Infantry
Division. I also believe he was attached to a medical detachment.
What I am looking for is someone who served with him and by chance might have a
photo of him.
He was buried in the Sicily-Rome American cemetery in Nettuno, Italy. Thanking
you in advance for any information.
Date: Nov. 17, 2002
Subject: Looking for an old friend, Paul Vincent Labao
Comments: I keep on looking for this person for quite sometime because we will
have an alumni coming
on so please locate this person even his email address is okay. He is in Canada
since 1998. Thank you.
Name: Greg Capps
Address: 5220 Williamson rd.
City, State, ZIP: Roanoke, VA 24012
Subject: Willard Chester Tudor
I am looking for information regarding my grandfather's WWII experience with the
54th Field Artillery Division.
His name is Willard Chester Tudor. Any information or sources about this unit
will be appreciated.
Name: .... Harris?
Subject: Elmer B Harris
Comments: My Dad was in the Korean War 1950-1953 3rd Division
10th Field Artillery.
I would like to find anyone who served with him. (Elmer B Harris) nickname
Attached is my website I just started. I have a lot more pic's to add.
Korean War Pictures 3rd Division
Name: Todd Gibson
Telephone: (412) 288-7403
Fax: (412) 992-4086
Subject: 319th Glider Field Artillery Battalion
Comments: My grandfather was in the above-referenced unit in
WWII, which was part of the 82nd Airborne.
In the attached photo (which was used in HBO's "We Stand Alone Together",) he is
the guy with the machete.
Do you have any other photos of his unit?
Name: Viti Marco
Address: Via Roma n°50
City, State, ZIP: Presenzano, Italy, 81050
Subject: Information about Presenzano
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
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: 1944. From This Archive I have obtained 15 photos
that prove that General Mark Clark’ s Fifth Army camped in Presenzano during
On a photo there are Lieutenant General George Patton, Jr., CG, U.S. 7th Army,
and Maj. Gen. Geoffrey Keyes, CG, II Corps, at Presenzano area on 8 January
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
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 died several people of PRESENZANO: The Germans killed 10
I do not know Germans units in my little town, and of others nations. Do you
know any soldier who stopped a PRESENZANO during the war, even if for few days?
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.
Presenzano, 14 November 2002
Address: Viti Marco Via Roma n°50 C.A.P.: 81050
PRESENZANO (CASERTA) ITALIA
Name: Wilhelmina Cooremans-Vasquez
Subject: Refugio (Mike) Vasquez
Comments: My husband,
Refugio (Mike) Vasquez above, served in the 756th Tank Battalion
under the command of
General Patton in Africa, Sicily and Italy.
I do not know which company or Armored Division specifically . He was wounded
September 22, 1943 Southwest of Oliveto Citra in Italy.
I have a copy of the actual battle. Apparently returned to his outfit and fought
at Monte Cassino.
Was shipped back to Virginia in 1944 and shipped back to
Europe 4-25, 1945. I have pictures of him in Austria in October, 1945.
He never spoke too much of the war but mentioned a Sergeant Andy Boyles.
I will appreciate and will share any information which I have.
Name: Keith Kuzala
Address: 13460 Fordline
City, State, ZIP: Southgate, MI
Subject: My Grandpa
I am looking for any info on my grandpa, his name is Louis Kuzala, and server
in the 3rd Army , 5th Division, 2nd Infantry Reg.
I know that he was stationed in Iceland and arrived on Utah beach. He also was
wounded and received a Purple Heart.
Thank you =)
Date: November 12, 2002
Name: Nanci Telecky Slipper
Subject: My Father Richard C. Telecky
Comments: My father Richard C. Telecky was a gunner in the Vanishing Beau of the
601st Tank Destroyer Battalion of the 3rd Division.
He died 2/13/76. I am interested in any stories about him.
Name: Robert Murset, SP-4
Co."A" 123rd Signal Battalion
Subject: 123 Signal Batallion-1957-1959
Comment: I recently visited the 3rd Infantry Division website
and found it to be very interesting.
Congratulations on a great job; keep up the good work.
As you can tell by the dates I listed above, I was fortunate
to have served in a peacetime Army.
Please don't mistake that comment for an unwillingness to serve during a time of
conflict. The men with whom I served found
a strong common bond even though we served only 2 years; 18 months of that time
was spent in Europe, in Germany.
Since 1959, a group of between 20 and 30 of us have dinner together in NYC to
keep alive the friendship which started so many years ago.
This year will be the 44th consecutive year this dinner has been held. I thought
that you and others who served in this proud division might like to
know what some of the post-Korean veterans have been doing to keep alive the
friendships and memories we made while serving our country.
Robert Murset, SP-4
Co."A" 123rd Signal Battalion
Name: Rudy Elder
Comments: I have a couple of questions for some of the World War II vets out
there. Would it have been possible for someone
to have served for 3 years and 10 months and have received an honorable
discharge in November of 1944 as a private?
This individual had no blemishes on his record in terms of
misconduct, etc. ... also he had prior service from Jan 37 to September of 38.
Discharged again as a private by reason of "Pur." What does that mean?
I am a hospice social worker trying to help a patient receive a purple heart he
says he is entitled to. have emailed previously. thanks. - Rudy Elder
Name: J. Todd Poole
Dallas Region Sales Manager
City, State, ZIP:
Subject: Lewis Rex Pool
Comments: My name is Todd Poole. I am looking for
information on my Grandfather, Lewis Rex Pool.
He was a member of the 3rd Infantry Division, 15th Infantry Regiment, Company
I received a copy of his citation for the Bronze Medal over the weekend. I know
that Company K, or at least my Grandfather was in
South Germany in May of 1945. He was awarded his citation for valorous conduct
in action against the enemy in or around
I would appreciate any information on Company K, where they
fought, etc. I am just starting my search so any information
I can get it will be a start. Thanks. Best regards,
J. Todd Poole
Dallas Region Sales Manager
Name: Doug Dean
Address: 6505 E. Bethany Place
City, State, ZIP: Denver, CO 80224
Subject: William Sanak
Comments: Looking for any and all information on William Sanak. He is deceased
5 years, and was my wife's father.
We understand he served with distinction, but have little information on him.
We heard he was even mentioned in a book, but have been unable to locate it.
Name: Joe E. Tyree
Address: 507 N. Connell
City, State, ZIP: Picher, Oklahoma
Subject: Looking for Capt. Whitehead 3rd Inf. Korea 1951
Date: 11 November, 2002
Name: Doris Ward Cooper
Address: 134 Indian Branch Road
City, State, ZIP: Candler, NC 28715
Subject: Looking for any information about Pvt John Fuller Ward, Jr 34965422.
He left boot camp in Mississippi, and was in New York
on or about 21 Nov, 1944. At that time he was assigned to the 255th inf. A
letter to Mama, Ruby Smith Ward, dated 8 Nov. 1945
shows Daddy assigned to 3360 Truck Co.
Comments: I probably put too much information in the subject part of this
message. What I do remember Daddy saying was
that his weapon was a BAR. He talked about lying by The Rhine and hearing
sirens. He said not one bridge was left standing ,
and he had to ford all of them.
He did not talk very much about the war. I know he felt badly about what
happened. He lost a good buddy named Joe
when a projectile hit the white phosphorous grenade he was wearing.
Daddy talked about being in Nancy, France. He seemed to have some fond memories
of this place.
He mentioned the French female German Collaborators, and how they were stripped
naked, had their heads shaved,
and were forced to march through the streets.
There are many more things which I remember, but they are too
numerous to put here. I know that my brother, Yates Ward of Marshall, NC,
is also looking for information about our father. I have a few snapshots taken
in Paris, and one picture is of Daddy and 4 other men outside a
brick building. This picture appears to be taken somewhere in the Paris area.
Any information you might have about our fathers activities
and theater of operation would be greatly appreciated.
Date: Nov. 11, 2002
Name: Dr. Giuseppe Angelone
Address: Via Roma 1st trav. 8
City, State, ZIP: 81050 Pietravairano (Caserta) - Italy
Subject: Volturno river's area - Pietravairano
I'm searching for these soldiers that during November and December 1943 were in
my town, PIETRAVAIRANO, Volturno River’s area, 20 miles from Cassino.
Near my town the 30th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Infantry Division, had a “bivouac
area”, until mid of November 1943 to January 1, 1944.
The soldiers were:
- T/Sgt. Jacob P. Kline, Jr, Co. E., 30th Infantry Regiment
- M/Sgt. Robert M. Huntley, Co. L, 30th Infantry Regiment
- Sgt. James A. Light, Co. L, 2nd Bn., 30th Infantry Regiment
- Maj. Harold E. Greer, S-2, 30th Infantry Regiment
- Maj. Lynn D. Fargo, executive officer, 2nd Bn., 30th Infantry Regiment
- Sgt. John C. Mackey (of Westwood, Calif.), Hq. Co., 2nd Bn., 30th Infantry
- Sgt. Nelson H. Dunlop (of Detroit, Mich.), Co. G, 30th Infantry Regiment
- Pfc. John E. Ritchey (of North Augusta, S.C.), Co. G, 30th Infantry Regiment
- Sgt. John T. Chandler, (of Monterey, Calif.), Hq. Co., 2nd Bn., 30th Infantry
- Sgt. Leo V. Coaty (of Superior, Wisc.), Co. G, 30th Infantry Regiment
- Capt. Rupert Prohme, 30th Infantry Regiment
- Sgt. Joseph B. Prendville (of Oakland, Calif.), Co. A., 30th Infantry Regiment
- Sgt. George Smith (of Pittsburgh, Pa.), Co. D., 30th Infantry Regiment
- Sgt. Allan A. Munson (of Oakland, Calif.), Hq. Co., 1st Bn., 30th Infantry
- Pvt. Edgar M. Dickinson (of Pontiac, Mich.), 3d Reconnaissance Troop, 3d
- 1st Sgt. Ira R. Forsythe (of Venice, Calif.), 3d Reconnaissance Troop, 3d
- Pvt. William L. Flynn (of Chicago, Ill.), 3d Reconnaissance Troop, 3d Infantry
- Pvt. Ottie E. Ralls (of Warrenton, Va.), 3d Reconnaissance Troop, 3d Infantry
I'm searching, too, for others soldiers that were in Pietravairano during that
Dr. Giuseppe Angelone
Via Roma 1st trav. 8
Date: Nov.09 2002
Name: Lupe Juarez
Address: 3401 w. 66th street
City, State, ZIP: Chicago,Ill. 60629
Subject: Looking for uncle Esteban Juarez KIA 1953
Comments: Looking for the burial of Esteban Juarez KIA in 1953 06-08 his service
number:US55322614 MOS:01745 PVT-E2,
don't know where he is, family on my fathers side has been looking for 50 years,
He was married and had 2 sons ( don't know who they are) he was at Camp Roberts
in Calif. Jan.23 1953,was born in New Mexico 1927.
Any info. call at 1-773-776-8232 or write at P.O. Box 803582 Chicago,Ill.60680
or E-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks for your help god bless.
Name: William Collick
Address: 4905 Ridgewood Dr.
City, State, ZIP: Richland, MI 49083
Subject: Former Members of 1st Platoon, 3d MP Co., Schweinfurt
I am looking to contact any former members of the 1st Platoon, 3d MP Co o. for
the years 1971-1973
E-mail me at the above address.
Name: DD Muttly?
Subject: Pfc. Jean A. Patry
Comments: He was my uncle kia on 23 May 1944. as I was born in 1951 I never got
to see him and I don't have a picture of him.
I am hoping that someone might have known him or served with him in Italy before
he was killed.
Please if any one had served with him or has a picture of
him, please contact me. It might help to let you know that he was
from Connecticut and served with the 30 infantry regiment, 3rd infantry
division. Please contact me at
Thanking you in advance
Subject: Anthony Badalamenti
Comments: Hi, My cousin's father was a medic in the army and that he landed in
Sicily. That's all he knows about his father,
as the father didn't talk about it much.
The medic's name is Anthony Badalamenti. Do you have records of the medic in
the 3rd infantry?
I only found three infantries that landed on Sicily 3rd, 1st, and the 45th. The
45th said they have no record of Anthony Badalamenti.
Name: Craig D. Johnson
City, State, ZIP: Cape Coral, FL 33990
Subject: Henry "Hank" Fredricks WWII, 30th Infantry Battle Death Casualty
Would like any information on a 30th Infantry Regiment man believed to have been
killed in Italy. Henry "Hank" [Fredricks] was originally
with Company "A" - 133rd Infantry - 34th Division in Africa, and transferred to
the 3rd Division (believed to be the 30th Infantry) after the
campaign (June 1943 timeframe). It is believed [Fredricks] was from Sydney,
Montana. It is also believed that [Fredricks] served
with the Division in Sicily and Italy. It is believed that he was killed by a
sniper while filling some canteens at a well (date and location
are not known).
Name: Sean O'Mara
Address: 4 Colonial Rd. #82
City, State, ZIP: Beacon, NY 12508
Subject: Looking For Phillip O'Mara
Comments: Trying to find a list of awards for Phillip O'Mara Tech Sarge I think,
I don't know much my Grandfather
never talked about world war two.
Name: Ramiro Rivera
Location: Coamo, Puerto Rico
Subject: Ramiro Rivera Martinez
Comments: Hello, My father served with the 3rd Division on the 3rd Bn. of the
65th Infantry Regiment in M Company from 1951-1953
as a Corporal. His name is Ramiro Rivera Martinez, he is still alive (73) and
well. He was one the few that knew English
fairly well and after 6 months as a machine gun infantryman, served as an
interpreter between the officials and other members of the company.
He doesn't talk much about the war and after these many years
doesn't remember a lot of names from the top of his head,
but if anybody remembers him please send me an e-mail to the address provided
here and I will make sure he gets it.
I would really like to know if the 2 other soldiers that served with him on the
3-men machine gun team are still alive and remember him.
Best Regards and God Bless. Thank you for everything you did for us. We are
Name: Lori Fabri
City, State, ZIP: New Stanton, PA. 15672
Subject: George Mosbarger
Comments: My grandfather passed away a year ago. He was a WW2 vet. My mother was
born while he was in the war.
He was from Marion, Ohio. I believe he was in the Army. If anyone knows anything
it would be appreciated.
Thanks. E-mail at email@example.com
Name: Lori Fabri
City, State, ZIP: New Stanton, PA. 15672
Subject: Dominick Fabri
Comments: We are looking for information on Dominick Fabri,WW11 vet. We believe
he was a medic.
We know he was in France, but that's all we know. If anyone remembers him please
e- mail us. He passed away 3 years ago.
He never talked much about his service days.
Name: Jim L. Clark
Address: 10901 s. Millard Ave.
City, State, ZIP: Chicago, IL 60655
Subject: contacting 3rd ID artillery/Korea
I am writing a article regarding the artillery role in the "Kumsong Salient"
battle (13-20 July 53) north of Kumhwa. I was
Bn. Operations Chief/937th F.A. Bn. (IXth Corps 155mm gun-sp) and fired many
missions with 3 id arty
(Kirk-Kane-Knob was commo code names) Kane was 39th F.A. and I need to
know units for Kirk and Knob.
Artillery saved the battle when friendly forces "went south"
with 60000 CCF came down from Kumsong.
Share your memories with me by e mail. I am honored to have served (attached)
to the 3rd Inf. Div.