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July 7, 1903. Discharged July 6 9. Served in hilippine Islandr, February 18, 1904, to January 5.
906. Appointed Squadron Sergeant Major, First Squadron, Second Cavalry, December 23. 1906.
Discharged and re-enlstd July 7, 1909, in the Second Cavalry. Served in the Ute Indian disturbance,
South Dakota 1907. Appointed Post Quartermaster Sergeant, November, 1911. Discharged and COLONEL
re-enlisted July 7, 1912. Served in the Philippine Islands, January 3, 1910, to May 15. 1915. Par-
ticipated in skirmishes with hostile Moros in Jolo in 1911. Discharged and re-enlisted, July 7,
19IS. Appointed Senior Grade Quartermaster Sergeant, Quartermaster Corps, March 23, 1917.
Served as Instructor in Quartermaster Corps School, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1917. Commanding 106th Quartermaster
Appointed Captain, Quartermaster Corps, August 6, 1917. Designated as an Executive Officer,
Camp Johnston Florida, October, 1917; relieved, 1918. Administrative Division, Office of the
Quartermaster General, 1918. Promoted to Major, Quartermaster Corps, July 6, 1918. Served with
A. E. F. in England, France, Belgium Italy and Germany, 1918-19. Assistant to Military Attache, Regiment
Rome, Italy, 1919. Received citation for meritorious services from Commander in Chief, A. E. F.,
1919. Duty with National Museum, Washington, D. C., 1920. Honorably discharged as Major.
Quartermaster Corps, October 20, 1920. Re-enlisted Senior Grade Quartermaster Sergeant, October
30, 1920. Retired from active service, May 15, 1921. Promoted to Major, Retired List, Regular Army,
S. by Act of Congress, May 7, 1932. Appointed Captain of Infantry Florida National Guard, September
14, 1921. Designated U. S. P. & D. 0., October 6, 1921. Appointed State Quartermaster, Florida,
September 14, 1921. *
Promoted to Major, Quartermaster Corps, Florida National Guard, October 31, 1921. Promoted
to Lieutenant Colonel, Quartermaster Corps, Florida National Guard, June 13 1924. Appointed
Division Quartermaster, 31st (Dixie) Division, June 5 1924. Promoted to Colonel, 106th Quartermaster
Regiment, May 28, 1936. Relieved as U. S. P. I D. 0., February 12, 1938. Relieved as State
Quartermaster, November I, 1938. Awarded Purple Heart for meritorious services with A. E. F.
Received diploma. Command and General Staff School, Entension Course, 1938, and Certificate of-
Proficiency, Fourth Corps Area, Command Staff School, 1939 and 1940.

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The following coat-of-arms for the 106th Quartermaster guine) a pelican in her piety affronte with three young in
Regiment, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida nest, argent armed and vulned proper.
National Guard, was approved under the provisions of MIsszssIpP: On a wreath of the colors (argent and san-
Par. 5, AR 260-10: guine) a slip of magnolia full flower with leaves proper
SHIELD: Per bend sanguine and buff, to chief a prickly behind a trident sable.
pear cactus, to base a fleur-de-lis, all argent. ALABAMA: On a wreath of the colors (argent and san-
CRESTs: Those for the regiments of the Louisiana, Mis- guine) a slip of cotton plant with full bearing boll proper;:
sissippi, Alabama.and Florida National Guard, in the fol-: FLORIDA: On a wreath of the colors (argent and san-
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HISTORY OF THE 10iTH UARTERMASTER REGIMENT

The 106th Quartermaster Regiment was organized in Headquarters Company (less the Division 'Quartermaster
S January, 1924, as the 31st Division Quartermaster Train Platoon) was located in Ocean Springs, Mississippi, and
in the National Guard of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama the Division Quartermaster Platoon was located in Sena-
and Florida, and was redesignated as the 106th Quarter- tobia, Mississippi. In July, 1938, the Division Quarter-
master Regiment on May 1, 1936. The regiment is en- master Platoon was transferred to Ocean Springs, Mis-
titled to a streamer in the colors of the Victory Ribbon, sissippi.
without inscription, to commemorate the services of Comn
panies A and D (one-third of the lettered companies of During the Third Army Maneuvers in DeSoto National
the regiment) during the World War. The regiment, as Forest, Mississippi, in 1938, Headquarters Company for
thereiment) dun te W d W Te r t, a the first time operated with the complete 106th Quarter-
a unit, has served the Dixie Division in the Third Army the first time operated with the complete 106th Quarter-
Maneuvers held in the DeSoto National Forest in Missis- master Regiment. The company again operated with the
sippi in August, 1938, and again in the Third Army complete regiment in the Sabine Concentration Area near
sippi in August, 1938, and again in the Third Army r
Maneuvers in the Sabine Concentration Area in Central Forest Hill, Louisiana, in August, 1940.
Louisiana in August, 1940. On November 25, 1940, the company was inducted with
The regiment, as a unit, was inducted into Federal serv- the rest of the 31st Division into the Army of the United
ice at the various home stations of the units on November States at its home station, Ocean Springs, Mississippi, with
25, 1940, pursuant to Presidential call, and was bivouacked a strength of three officers and 63 enlisted men. On De-
in its regimental area at Camp Blanding, Florida, on De- cember 13, 1940, the company arrived at Camp Blanding,
cember 13, 1940. The regiment is commanded by Colonel Florida, where intensive training along with the rest of the
J. H. Spengler, St. Augustine, Florida, who is also Di- 106th Quartermaster Regiment was begun.
vision Quartermaster of the 31st Division.
The present strength of the company is three officers
REGIMENTAL HEADQUARTERS and 99 enlisted men. The company is commanded by
Headquarters, 106th Quartermaster Regiment, was or- Captain Walter Holloway, with First Lieutenants Daniel
ganized on June 13, 1924, as the Quartermaster Section, B. Van Court and Ernest F. Henley as company officers.
Headquarters, 31st Division, and redesignated as Head- Second Lieutenants Frank C. Buehler, Mose Wander and
quarters, 106th Quartermaster Regiment, on May 13, 1936. Edward P. Bradley are attached N. G. U. S. officers.
The Regimental Staff consists of the following officers:
Lieutenant Colonel Albert T. Callicott, Executive Officer, FIRST BATTALION
Senatobia, Mississippi; Captain Stokes V. Robertson, Jr., HEA ARTERS
Regimental Adjutant, Jackson, Mississippi; Captain James
R. Long, Intelligence, Plans and Training Officer, Mont- Headquarters, First Battalion, 106th Quartermaster
gomery, Alabama; Captain John L. Goodwyn, Regimental Regiment, was organized and Federally recognized on May
Supply Officer, Montgomery, Alabama; Lieutenant Colonel 12, 1936, with Major Henry E. Walden as Battalion Con-
Hugh L. McCalip, Regimental Surgeon, Yazoo City, mander and Lieutenant B. A. Pittman as Adjutant.
Mississippi; Captain Charles O. Pate, Regimental Chap- This battalion, as a unit, served with the regiment in the
lain, Senatobia, Mississippi. Third Army Maneuvers in DeSoto National Forest in
Other officers, who serve on the Division Staff and are Mississippi in 1938 and in the Louisiana Maneuvers in
also officers of the 106th Quartermaster Regiment, are: 1940. Battalion Headquarters was inducted into Federal
Major Mark W. Lance, Division Motor Officer, Talla- service, with Captain (now Major) D. H. Clark as Bat-
hassee, Florida; Major Frank V. Barchard, Division Motor talion Commander and First Lieutenant Seymour W. Bul-
Maintenance Officer, Foley, Alabama; Captain Julian F. lock as Adjutant, on November 25, 1940, at Camp Beau-
Pfaff, Division Quartermaster Supply Officer, Jacksonville, regard, Alexandria, Louisiana. Transferred to Camp
Florida; Captain William D. Smith, Jr., Division Trans- Blanding, Florida, on December 13, 1940, the battalion
portation Officer, Ramer, Alabama. now consists of nine officers and 206 enlisted men.

HEADQUARTERS COMPANY COMPANY A
Headquarters Company, 106th Quartermaster Regiment, Company A, 106th Quartermaster Regiment, was first
was organized and Federally recognized on June 1, 1936. organized., in July, 1917, as Troop E, Second Separate

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Squadron Cavalry, Mississippi National Guard. Mustered SECOND BATTALION
into Federal service on August 9, 1917, and redesignated HEADQUARTERS
Company F, 114th Supply Train, it served iii France with
the 39th Division. After the Armistice, the personnel was Headquarters, Second Battalion, 106th Quartermaster
transferred to other units, the records returned to the Regiment, was organized and Federally recognized as a
United States by cadre, and the unit demobilized on Janu- component part of the Florida National Guard on May
ary 23, 1919. 21, 1936, with Major Mark W. Lance as Battalion Com-
mander and Lieutenant Julian F. Pfaff as Adjutant.
The unit was reorganized April 21, 1922, as the 154th
Motor Transport Company; redesighated 122nd Motor The battalion first operated as a separate organic unit
Transport Company, January 29, 1924, and Company A, at Fort McClellan, Alabama, in 1937. It also served with
106th Quartermaster Regiment, Mississippi National the regiment in the Third Army Maneuvers in the DeSoto
Guard, May 13, 1936. National Forest, Mississippi, 1938; with the 62nd Brigade
at Camp Foster in 1939, and the Third Army Maneuvers
First Lieutenant Albert T. Callicott, organizer and first Ca os in 19, a t T A
in Central Louisiana in 1940.
commander, served as such from 1922 to 1925, when he
was made Major and Commander, 31st Division Quarter- Inducted into Federal service on November 25, 1940, at
master Train. He was promoted to Lieutenant Colonel Tallahassee, Florida, it was commanded by Major Lance,
and Executive Officer, 106th Quartermaster Regiment, in with First Lieutenant Joseph M. Ingram as Adjutant.
1936. Since that time, Lieutenant Ingram has been succeeded by
First Lieutenant Vernon T. Cairns as Adjutant. The
Besides being called to duty on several occasions during .
Headquarters was transferred from Tallahassee, Florida, to
floods, following tornadoes and for guard duty during Camp Blanding, Florida, on December 12, 1940. The
Camp Blanding, Florida, on December 12, 1940. The
trials, the unit participated in the Third Army Maneuvers, battalion consists of nine officers and 204 enlisted men.
DeSoto Na:ional Forest, Mississippi, 1938, and in Central
Louisiana, 1940. COMPANY C
Inducted into Federal service on November 25, 1940,
Company C, 106th Quartermaster Regiment, was first
at Senatobia, Mississippi, it was ordered to Camp Blanding, organized as the 220th Motor Transport Company on
Florida, where it arrived December 13, 1940, and has been April 27, 1921, and then redesignated as the 124th Motor
stationed ever since. The company is commanded by Cap- Transport Company on January 1, 1928, with Captain
tain Thomas V. Dixon, with First Lieutenant John S. B. Maxwell C. Snyder as Commander and Jacksonville, Flor-
Johnson and Second Lieutenant Frank E. Puryear as com- ida, as its home station. On May 19, 1936, it was redesig-
pany officers. Second Lieutenant John T. Kizer is an at- nated Company C, 106th Quartermaster Regiment, Florida
tached N. G. U. S. officer. National Guard, with Captain John W. Snyder as Com-
mander.
COMPANY It participated in the Third Army Maneuvers of 1938
Company B, 106th Quartermaster Regiment, was origin- and 1940, in DeSoto National Forest, Mississippi, and
ally organized as the 123rd Motor Transport Company on Central Louisiana, respectively. On November 25, 1940,
December 3, 1924, with home station in New Orleans, it was inducted into Federal service at Jacksonville, Florida,
Louisiana. In 1930, the company was transferred to Alex- then transferred to Camp Blanding, Florida, on December
andria, Louisiana. The unit was redesignated Company 13, 1940. Captain John W. Snyder still commands the
B, 106th Quartermaster Regiment, on May 12, 1936. On company, with Second Lieutenants Robert H. Mizelle, Roy
January 3, 1939, Captain Beuford A. Pittman was placed P. McRae and Charles F. Riggle, Jr., as officers.
in command.
COMPANY D
The unit participated in both maneuvers of the Third
Army: in 1938, DeSoto National Forest, Mississippi, and Company D, 106th Quartermaster Regiment, was first
in Central Louisiana in 1940. Inducted into Federal serv- organized in June, 1916, as the First Ambulance Company,
ice on November 25, 1940, at Camp Beauregard, Alexan- Alabama National Guard, at Ramer, Alabama.
dria, Louisiana, it was transferred to Camp Blanding, Mustered into Federal service on July 2, 1916, it was
Florida, on December 13, 1940. Captain B. A. Pittman ordered to duty on the Mexican Border. Upon its return
now commands the company, with First Lieutenant Jack from the border, it was again mustered into Federal service
C. Miller. and Second Lieutenant Frank D. Gordon. as on April 2, 1917, for service in the World War. Expanded
company officers, and Second Lieutenant Theophile J. into the 121st, 122nd, 123rd and 124th Ambulance Com-
Combel, Jr., as an attached N. G. U. S. officer. panies, 106th Sanitary Train, it served in France with the

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31st Division. Upon its return to the United States, it December-12, 1940, and arrived at Camp Blanding, Florida,
was demobilized on June 2, 1919. its present station, on December 13, 1940.
Reorganized as the 140th Ambulance Company, April Captain John P. Kohn, Jr., present commander, is as-
1, 1922, it was redesignated the 116th Ambulance Com- sisted by First Lieutenant W. J. Boroughs, Jr., and Second
pany, January 16, 1924; the 111th Wagon Company, : Lieutenant Hilton L. Battle. Second' Lieutenant Joseph
March 24, 1934, and then converted into the 121st Motor C. Brown is an attached N. G. U. S. officer.
Transport Company, September 1, 1934. It was finally
redesignated Company D, 106th Quartermaster Regiment,
Alabama National Guard, May 1, 1936, with Captain Company F, 106th Quartermaster Regiment, was Fed-
William D. Smith, Jr., as Commander and Lieutenant rally recognized as the 106th Motorcycle Company, 31st
Charles E. Sellers as his assistant. Division Special Troops, on June 17, 1926, and was re-
It participated in the Third Army Maneuvers in DeSoto designated Company F (Car), 106th Quartermaster Regi-
National Forest, Mississippi, 1938, and in Central Lou- ment, on May 1, 1936.
isiana, 1940. It participated as a unit of the regiment in the Third
Inducted into Federal service on November 25, 1940, at Army Maneuvers held in the DeSoto National Forest,
Ramer, Alabama, the unit reported to Camp Blanding, Mississippi, in 1938, and in 1940 it served with the regi-
Florida, on December 13, 1940. It is now commanded by ment in the Third Army Maneuvers held in Central Lou-
Captain Charles E. Sellers, with First Lieutenant Hugh isiana.
D. Cargill and Second Lieutenant William D. Smilie as Inducted into Federal service on November 25, 1940, at
company officers. Foley, Alabama, Company F trained at its home station
until transferred to Camp Blanding, Florida, on December
THIRD BATTALION 13, 1940. Company F is commanded by Captain Jesse L.
Willingham, with Second Lieutenant Oscar B. Rich as a
HEADQUARTERS company officer. Its peacetime strength is 63 enlisted men
Headquarters, Third Battalion, 106th Quartermaster and two officers.
Regiment, was organized and Federally recognized in the SERVICE COMPANY
Alabama National Guard on June 4, 1936. Service Company, 106th Quartermaster Regiment, now
Headquarters Detachment, Third Battalion, was organ- composed of two officers and 101 enlisted men, was organ-
ized at Montgomery, Alabama, July 3, 1936, with First ized September 8, 1940, at Demopolis, Alabama, with
Lieutenant John L. Goodwyn commanding. Captain Nicholas T. Braswell as Company Commander,
The Third Battalion operated for the first time as a and First Lieutenant Elijah D. Morris, Jr., as company
unit at Fort McClellan, Alabama, in 1937. It served with officer. Both officers are still with the unit.
the regiment during the Third Army Maneuvers in DeSoto The Service Company was inducted into Federal service
National Forest, Mississippi, 1938; with the 62nd Brigade on November 25, 1940, at Demopolis, Alabama, and served
at Camp Foster, Florida, 1939; during the Third Army at its home station until December 13, 1940, when it was
SManeuvers in Central Louisiana, 1940. transferred to Camp Blanding, Florida, as a part of the
A With Major Frank V. Barchard, commanding, and First 106th Quartermaster Regiment.
Lieutenant Roscoe Baxter as Adjutant, the battalion wasL
MEDICAL DETACHMENT
inducted into Federal service on November 25, 1940, at
Montgomery, Alabama, and arrived at Camp Blanding, The Medical Detachment, 106th Quartermaster Regi-
Florida, its present station, on December 13, 1940. ment, was organized and Federally recognized on June 1,
1936, as a part of the Mississippi National Guard, with
COMPANY E home station at McComb, Mississippi.
Federally recognized as the 111th Motor Repair Section, It participated with the 106th Quartermaster Regiment
31st Division, on June 19, 1924, this unit was redesignated in the Third Army Maneuvers in the DeSoto National
Company E (Light Maintenance), 106th Quartermaster Forest, Mississippi, in 1938, and the Third Army Maneu-
Regiment, on-May 1, 1936, with its home station at Mont- vers in Central Louisiana in 1940.
gomery, Alabama. Inducted into Federal service on November 25, 1940, at
In addition to flood and emergency work, the unit par- McComb, Mississippi, it was transferred to Camp Bland-
ticipated in Third Army Maneuvers: in 1938 in DeSoto ing, Florida, on December 13, 1940. The detachment is
National Forest, Mississippi, and in 1940 in Central Lou- commanded by Captain Thomas Purser, Jr., with Captain
isiana. Inducted into Federal service on November 25, James H. Armstrong as a Medical officer. The detach-
1940, at Montgomery, Alabama, Company E left there on ment is composed of three officers and 21 enlisted men.

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Left: First aid for a broken leg-Medical Detachment. Center: Carrying man with broken leg.
Right- Carrying man 'Tih shoulder -ound.





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1941
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WALTER HOLLOWAY ERNEST F. HENLEY DANIEL B. VAN COURT MOSE WANDER
Captain First Lieutenant First Lieutenant Second Lieutenant
Commanding

SEAQUAR TE RS CM PANY








(Reading from Left to Right)
FmsT Row: Master Sergeants Cofty, Jesse;
SHusley, Fabian V.; First Sergeant Catchot, An-




Guy D.; Grantham, James T.; Turner, Henry A.;
Captain Firt L t eyerstall, Henry. Sergeant Collins, Francis X.


__THIRD Row: Sergeants Dale, Gerard W.;
Draper, James A.; Fedric, Eugene C.; Kirkpatrick,

Melvin; McIntyre, William S.

q FOURTH Row: Sergeants Parlin, Clay M.; Sey-
mour, Hugh C.; Corporals Beaugez, Malcolm J.;
.." Hubbard, Homer W.; Johnson, Edward C.
FIF SECONrrH Row: Corporals Moyer, Bernard; Oak-
,ley, Murry T.; Schneller, Walter F.; Tucei, John



1 mo, Hugh C.; Corporals Beaugez, Malolm J.;
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HEADQUARTERS COMPANY


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(Reading from Left to Right)


FIRST Row: Privates First Class Beaugez, Ernest f
F.; Benezue, Edward J.; Byrd, Harold N.; Car-
wile, Hugh B.; Garner, Ben B..


SECOND Row: Privates First Class Graham," i
Lester D.; Granitz, George H.; King, John; Lewis, ',
Lawrence F.; McCord, James M. MAZ. .


THIRD Row: Privates First Class Meek, Robert r "
T.; Mohler, Bruce K.; Moyer, Harold; Poitevent,
Schuyler, Jr.; Seymour, Narvin J.


FOURTH Row: Privates First Class Trebotich, a
George A.; Wilkes, Walter J.; Young, Willie S.; i.
Privates Ahrens, Albert L., Jr.; Baldwin, John A.


FIFTH Row: Privates Bachman, George E.;
Benge, Leroy; Blackard, Sammie H.; Blackwell, -
James M.; Bray, William M.


SIXTH Row: Privates Butts, Cecil L.; Byrd, "
Hesey K.; Caulfield, Lynnard M.; Collins, Wel-
don E.; Comfort, Clifton C.



Dessommes, Bernard; Forrester, Robert L.; Garcia,
Carlos M., Jr.; Haneline, Herschel R., Jr.
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HEADQUARTERS COMPANY


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(Reading from Left to Right)



FIRST Row: Privates Howard, Julian B.; Kazan,
David; Kinchloe, Harvey L.


SECOND ROW: Privates Lee, Marvin H.; Lef-
kowitz, Sidney; Lott, Glenn W.; Mangrum,
Wayne P.; McLeod, John C.


THIRD Row: Privates Meeks, Edwin L.; Morris, .-' r
Terrell O.; Navarro, Louis; Park, Willie; Rauler-
son, Mount V.



FOURTH ROW: Privates Rice, David L.; Scott,
James F., Jr.; Spicer, Richard; Thornton, Quinton
L.; Tidwell, Oscar L.





Thomas H.; Waite, Cullen O.


SIXTH Row: Privates Webb, Darwin J.; Webb,
Elliott J.; Tomblin, Robert T.; West, Willard J.;
Whatley, Early C.


SEVENTH Row: Privates White, George B.;
Woodall, Stanley M.; Wyatt, Linwood R.; Young-
blood, Ernest W.
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N. T. BRASWELL ELIJAH D. MORRIS, JR. THEOPHILE J. COMBEL, JR.
Captain First Lieutenant Second Lieutenant
Commanding




SE RVICE C O~P ANY

/ io06Mh 2aateunate Reiment

(Reading from Left to Right)
FIRST Row: First Sergeant Davis, Joe L.; Staff Sergeant
Laird, Walter M.; Sergeants Patterson, Archie R., Jr.;
Wilson, Burt A.
SECOND ROW: Corporals Britton, Harry; Ellis, Robert THIRD Row: Corporals Jowers, James E.; Vaughan,
T.; Griffith, James E.; Griffith, John A. Charles T.; Vaughan, Thomas E.; Wheatley, James D.,
Jr


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SERVICE COMPANY

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(Reading from Left to Right)


FIRST Row: Privates First Class Archer, Taylor
C.; Baker, Daniel J.; Jowers, Alfred C. V


SECOND Row: Privates First Class Jowers,
Thomas A.; Lambert, Robert P.; LeQueux, Fran- i f
cis H.; Nettles, Edward M.; Patterson, Henry E. "


THIRD Row: Privates First Class Ramsey, Rus-
sell C.; Reed, Andrew J., Jr.; Smith, Earnest;
Swanzy, Harold M.; Ulmer, Millard B.


FOURTH Row: Privates First Class Walker, iLi
James W.; Westbrook, William P.; Wilson,
Leonce R., Jr.; Privates Ballard, John L.; Coats,
Olin R.


FIFTH Row: Privates Glass, Howard M.; Glass,

Harrison, Halbert T.


SIXTH Row: Privates Helton, Clarence; Hen-
drix, Jim; Hester, Toll M.; Hewett, Hoke E.;
Hicks, Pete.


SEVENTH Row: Privates Hill, Bill; Hoket, El-
don C.; Homan, Frank G.; Hopson, Ettsel M.;
Huffman, Thomas.


EIGHTH Row: Privates Ikard, Emmett S.; Isbell, I
Ernest W.; Jackson, Dellos H.; Johnson, Archie
W.; Jordan, James M.
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SERVICE C O M P ANY

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(Reading from Left to Right)


SFIRST Row: Privates Kelly, Crawford M.; Kill-
gone, Johnnie B.; Kizzire, Loyd T.


SECOND Row: Privates Lay, Marvin V.; League,
Charles O.; Lee, Luther B.; Lee, Walter F.; Leigh,
Cletus E.


THIRD Row: Privates Lewis, Luther; Lovvorn,
.AS--
Thomas E.; Lundy, Talmage E.; Mann, George
T.; Martin, Huston.


FOURTH Row: Privates Martin, Joseph R.;
Mason, Cecil M.; Mattison, Cecil; McKeever,
Frank, Jr.; McLain, John T.


FIFTH Row: Privates McLemore, Frank D.;
McLeroy, Terrel P.; McNutt, Woodrow; Milli-
gan, Charlie L.; Minor, Aulcie.


S SIXTH Row: Privates Mooneyham, Elbert R.;
Moore, Charley J.; Moss, Charles T.; Needs, Ed-
win R.; Norris, Asa A.



Arthur F.; Pyle, Lawrence F.; Randall, Marion
SE.; Richardson, Reginald.


i" EIGHTH Row: Privates Shackelford, Marshall,

Jr.; Smith, Pete; Speed, John T.; Stewart, Thom-
ml las E.
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\ "/' \, ~SEYMOUR BULLOCK
/ First Lieutenant
S'.Adjutant





DEWITT H. CLARK
Major
Commanding First Battalion




HEAQUARTERS AN HEA UARTE S ETAIHMENT


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(Reading from Left to Right)
Staff Sergeant Whatley, Frank A.; Sergeant Martin, William C.; Corporal Easley,
Charles D.; Privates Costantino, Raymond V.; Gremillion, Morris W.; Private First Class
Pope, Daniel P.








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THOMAS V. DIXON
Captain
Commanding

JOHN S. B. JOHNSON JOHN T. KIZER FRANK E. PURYEAR
First Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant









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(Reading from Left to Right)

.. FIRsr Row: Staff Sergeant Montgomery,
Homer L.; Scott, Warren A.; Sergeants Huff-
statler, Hugh A.; Mashburn, Joe L.; Price, Joe D.

SECOND Row: Sergeants Stamphill, Delmar R.;
Still, Robert L.; Taylor, Olin C., Jr.; Corporals
Callicott, Albert L.; Holcombe, John C.

A c THIRD Row: Corporals Johnson, Alex G., Jr.;
Morgan, Edward B.; Morgan, Jack; Sanders,
David L.; Smith, Norman T.
[651








C O M P A N Y A

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(Reading from Left to Right) ,

FIRST Row: Privates First Class Blue, John D.;
Bowden, Jones E.; Campbell, William L.


SECOND Row: Privates First Class Carlton,'
Glen E.; Carpenter, David R.; Dahl, Morris; Fer-
guson, Roy L.; Fletcher, Marvin H.


THIRD Row: Privates First Class Gray, James ,
D.; Holcombe, Hosea M.; Holder, Joe E., Jr.;
Maughan, Raiford E.; Moore, Woodrow H.


FOURTH Row: Privates First Class Saunders,
James E.; Sinquefield, Murle; Taylor, Orville B.;
Veazey, William J.; Walker, Elbert R. _


FIFTH Row: Privates First Class Webb, John
C.; Whalen, Chester H.; Whitt, Raiford L.;
Wilkerson, Lamar; Private Arnold, Claudie P. .


SIXTH Row: Privates Ates, James C.; Ayres,
Cecil C.; Blackwell, Shelton J.; Bourg, Sylvester
J.; Branch, Otho.

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SEVENTH ROW: Privates Brewer, Grover C.;
Brewer, William D.; Britton, Cole; Brocato, John .
M.; Burks, William T.


EIGHTH Row: Privates Burton, Ethel L.; Calli-
cott, Thomas D.; Cannon, Guy S.
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C O M P A -N Y A

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(Reading from Left to Right)

FIRST Row: Privates Cantrell, James W.; Clan-
ton, Hershel T.; Crockett, Jack A., Jr.


SECOND Row: Privates Dean, Jesse M.; Drink-
ard, Floyd H.; Dugless, James G.; Glasscock,
James R.; Glover, Willie H.


THIRD Row: Privates Golden, Frank; Ham,
John W.; Honey, Glenndon B.; Huston, Edgar
H.; Hutchison, William W.


FOURTH Row: Privates Hyde, Curtis T.; Jar-
A rett, Harvey B.; Ledlow, Carlos C.; Lomanack,
Rufus; Lynn, Frank.


FIFTH Row: Privates May, John E.; Moore,
George W.; Moore, Oliver; Nolan, James W.



iHSIXTH ROW: Privates Paradise, Isaac F.; Par-
due, John R.; Peyton, Hubert F.; Pope, Newton
B.; Price, Flavius J.


SEVENTH Row: Privates Roberts, Ollie L.;
Rowe, Robert H.; Scott, Cecil E.; Smith, Leo;
Smith, Oscar L.


iL 2 EIGHTH Row: Privates Stevens, Robert W.;
'T aylor, Smith; Waters, Kyle B.
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BEUFORD A. PITTMAN JACK C. MILLER FRANK D. GORDON
Captain First Lieutenant Second Lieutenant
Commanding





C PM A N Y

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(Reading from Left to Right)
FIRST Row: First Sergeant Brister,
Marvin C.; Staff Sergeants Belgard, \ r
Otis L.; Leckie, Albert S.; Sanders,
Malcolm K.; Sergeants Bell, James .-._
H.; Deckleman, Irving R.. .
SECOND Row: Sergeants Goff, Rob- ,q;
ert E.; Singer, Otis D.; Tarver, Earl; r r
Wakefield, John F.; Corporals Cos- -'
ton, Cheston L.; Hanes, Homer B.
THIRD Row: Corporals Irby, Guy
M.; Nunnally, Wilbert S.; Poole, Don
C.; Satterthwaite, Orley C.; Sitton,
Doil L. f o
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(Reading from Left to Right)

L P a FIRST Row: Privates First Class
r Belgard, Julius T.; Blalock, Harden
S.; Dunn, Richard M.; Farrell, Bay-
-nard E.; Griffin, Jackson A.

GI r SECOND Row: Privates First Class
Griffin, John E.; Johnson, Daniel T.;
SJodan, Buford M.; McManemin,
SClifford D.; Nugent, Chalmus A.;
St. Romain, Herbert, Jr.

j hTHIRD Row: Privates Bezet, Joseph
A.; Bordelon, Nolan J.; Bourgeios,
Carlton J.; Bradford, Ralph C.; Brous-
sard, Leroy L.; Butler, Clifford D.

FOURTH Row: Privates Carrell, No-
len C.; Cathey, Mack G.; Chatelain,
Serge A., Jr.; Chester, Gordon L.;
Chriss, Lawrence M. J.; Collins,
Am Charlie W.

FIFTH Row: Privates Couvillion,
Ferdinand R.; Crochet, Clifton J.;
Daigle, George A.; Daigle, Royce R.;
Dubroc, Lee O.; Farmer, Loyd L.

SIXTH Row: Privates Fernandez,
Emile; Fonner, Robert J.; Fruge,
Audrey C.; Gomez, Herbert J.; Gu-
lotta, Roy; Hewlett, Sam.

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C O M P A N Y B




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(Reading from Left to Right)
FIRST Row: Privates Himel, Louis
J.; Israel, Leo P.; Jeansonne, Neyl-
land J.; Jordan, Edward H.; Leggett,
Clyde R. .

SECOND Row: Privates Lemoine,
Nelson P.; Lofton, James H.; Logan, I L
James G.; McSpadden, Samuel A.;
Michael, Limual D.; Monson, Charles
H.

THIRD Row: Privates Moreau,
Lurry J.; Newchurch, Richard P.;
Oliphant, Robert D.; Polk, Paul G.,
Jr.; Simmons, Jack L.; Smith, Francis
.

FOURTH Row: Privates Squyres,
Willie H.; St. Romain, Lawrence H.;
Tilly, E. T.; Turner, Colman; Wal-
den, James; Wainwright, Denzel.

FIFTH Row: Privates Ward, Frank
A.; Watkins, James P.; Whatley, Ed-
gar L.; Wheat, Thomas B.; White,
James D.; Whittington, Hillery L.

SIXTH Row: Privates Whittle, Wil-
son; Willoughby, Houston U.; Wolfe, 16f4
Robert J.; Wright, Henry; Wright,
Roy; Yates, William R.
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MARK W. LANCE VERNON T. CAIRNS
Major First Lieutenant
Commanding Second Battalion Adjutant, Second Battalion



HEADOUARTERIS AN HEADQUARTERS ETAl[HMENT

Second Battiabo
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(Reading from Left to Right)
Technical Sergeant Reier, Garland L.; Sergeant Croft, Orson J.; Privates
Davis, Nathan C.; Keith, Leslie E.; Webster, Richard A.





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JOHN W. SNYDER ROY P. McRAE CHARLES F. RIGGLE, JR.
Captain Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant
Commanding



M PA N Y C

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(Reading from Left to Right)

FIRST Row: First Sergeant Gaines, William J.; .
Staff Sergeants Gruber, Ralph A.; Lamar, Worth
W.


SECOND Row: Sergeants Armstrong, Jennings
F.; Bunn, Kenneth M.; Cook, Edward C.; George,
Alford T.; McClamma, Thomas E.


THIRD Row: Sergeant Miller, Paul J.; Corporals -
Dunlop, Edwin S.; Enniss, Robert S.; Marsh,
Preston C.; Monk, Adrian W.


FOURTH Row: Corporals Richardson, John L.;' .
Ritter, Joseph 0.; Rowe, Harold F.; Sabiston, :
Thomas J.; Witherington, Beaton R.

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(Reading from Left to Right)

jB: FIRST Row: Privates First Class Burner, Al-

r .pheus W.; Cowart, James N.; Fortune, William;
\ j Foster, Francis A.


S SECOND Row: Privates First Class Garner, Al-
L vin R.; Guest, Elton D.; Herrell, Harry R.; Hes-
j 7.- -J ter, William H.; Holt, Louis J.


THIRD Row: Privates First Class Johnson, Rob-
ert C.; Lamon, William F.; Lingenfelter, William
m fIC N.; Maurer, George T.; McArthur, Neill W.


SeJ FoURTH Row: Privates First Class McDaniel,
John E.; Moody, Linton A.; Moody, Wendell;
Papa, Louis; Parrish, Robert W.

SFIFTH Row: Privates First Class Patton, Haw-

kins W.; Peeler, Stanley L.; Phillips, William D.;
Privett, Park D.; Tomlinson, Joseph H.


SSIXTH Row: Privates First Class Thomas, Ed-
gar L.; Young, Earle H.; Privates Connors, Har-
old J.; Corbeil, Lawrence J.; Duce, Edwin C.


Y SEVENTH Row: Privates Edster, Julius H.;
Eidge, Frank D., Jr.; Eubanks, James E.; Fair-
child, Adam; Farwell, Harry R.


EIGHTH Row: Privates Fields, Charlie R.;
S Fincher, Rudene B.; ant, Herman C.; Gaskins,
William D.; Geary, George D.

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C O M P A N Y C


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(Reading from Left to Right)



FIRST Row: Privates Grant, Alfred N.; Greco,
Mack A.; Griffin, Joseph C.; Griffin, Lloyd A.


SECOND Row: Privates Harvard, Paul L.; Hay-
ward, Howard J.; Heisler, John O.; Helton, How-
ard H.; Holladay, James P. "


THIRD Row: Privates Homer, William W.; ..
Hunt, George A., Jr.; Jackson, Everett 0.; John-
son, Charles R.; Johnson, Michael R.










Maddox, Sidney C.; McFather, Washington W.;
McLeod, Robert S.; Miller, Jack Ware.


SIXTH Row: Privates Minton, James M.;
Moore, Earl; Moore, Jessie F.; Norris, Roy E.;

Oswald, Joseph P.


SEVENTH Row: Privates Pollitt, Roland H.;...-
Powell, Kenneth D.; Raker, Edward M.; Soar,
Thomas C.; Spence, Henry A.


EIGHTH .ROW: Privates Tackley, Mitchell C.;. :
Trolley, Gordan C.; Vaughn, John S.; Vinson,
Hamilton R.; Youmans, Julian M .
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CHARLES E. SELLERS HUGH D. CARGILL WILLIAM D. SMILIE
Captain First Lieutenant Second Lieutenant
Commanding




SP A N Y B
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S" (Reading from Left to Right)
S Ji FIRST Row: First Sergeant Cook, Warren A.;
S. Staff Sergeants Durden, Thurman R.; Fannin,
Joseph B.; Stephens, Andrew J., Jr.

SECOND Row: Sergeants Houlton, Henry L.;
McDowell, James W.; Money, Henry E.; Reese,
ML Rutherford W.; Rumer, Jesse.

THIRD Row: Sergeants Thompson, Ernest W.;
Wingard, Walton C.; Corporals Berry, Joe K.;
Brady, Benjamin F.; Broadway, Roy.

S' FOURTH Row: Corporals Broadway, Tharon;
Cassady, Thomas L.; Davis, James B.; Hooks,
Virgil T.; Ryals, Jesse D.
[751








C O M P A N Y D

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(Reading from Left to Right)


FIRST Row: Privates First Class Alford, Wil- & 1
liam D.; Boman, Henry C.; Bozeman, Savasta L.


SECOND ROW: Privates First Class Browning,
Thomas L.; Davis, Roger C.; Dicks, Dennis E.;
Duffell, Marion W.; Ellison, James T.


THIRD Row: Privates First Class Fanning, Ed-
gar R.; Hill, John W.; Hooks, Joe T.; Houlton,
Robert F.; Jones, Glyndon L., Jr.


FOURTH Row: Privates First Class Kent, John
E.; Knighten, Sidney; Money, Ray; Moschel, Fer-
man C.; Neugent, Sam C.


FIFTH Row: Privates First Class Paulk, Ed-
ward G.; Payne, John S.; Roten, Alto; Roten,
Charles J.; Spivey, Curtis.


SIXTH Row: Privates First Class Trotter, Carl Ei
K.; Wingard, William E.; Wright, Willie T.; I
Privates Alford, Raymond T., Jr.; Bell, Rothell F.


SEVENTH Row: Privates Bice, Claude M.;
Blackmon, Thomas A.; Boals, Ronald M.; Boze-
man, Eldridge; Bradley, Cecil Y.


EIGHTH Rowi Privates Brown, Charles R.; ,
Burke, Leonard F.; Cauthen, Gladys M.; Cobb,
Edward E.; Coker, James E.
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(Reading from Left to Right)


4 j~ DFIRST Row: Privates Cooper, George P., Jr.;
Dickey, Samuel R.; Duffell, Alford L.


SECOND ROW: Privates Dutton, John C.; Eager-
Ic, "ton, Richard C.; Holland, Willie M.; Jinright,
Winnie R.; Money, Jeff H.


THIRD ROW: Privates Myrick, Thomas L.;
Palmer, Dennis G.; Parrish, James W.; Partridge,
S.- James D.; Patterson, Noble O.


FOURTH Row: Privates Payne, Marion T.;
Payne, Samuel D.; Penn, Woodrow B.; Petty,
Paul; Porter, Walter E.


SFIFTH Row: Privates Price, Harvey 0.; Price,
Herman D.; Quick, Cornelius J.; Randolph, Wil-
liam G.; Reese, Albert L.


SIXTH Row: Privates Reese, Peyton W.; Rigs-
by, William C.; Riley, Henry A.; Riley, James
L.; Robbins, Marbury M.


SEVENTH Row: Privates Robinson, James B.;
Robitson, Carl; Roden, Houston F.; Rutherford,
S: Robert H.; Scogin, James H.


EIGHTH Row: Privates Screws, Quinton;
Thompson, William T.; Wilkerson, Louis S.;
Williams, L.; Wood, Robert E.
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S ._ i FirsLeuna n



ROSCOE BAXTER
First Lieutenant
Adjutant, Third Battalion





FRANK V. BARCHARD
Major
Commanding Third Battalion





HEADQUARTERS AND HEADQUARTERS DETA(HMNT




/06ot .2uacise-ae Refimeot






(Reading from Left to Right)
Technical Sergeant Wilson, David E.; Sergeant Weldon, John Q.; Corporals
McEIvy, Walter B.; Wells, Fred D.; Private First Class Dillard, Jesse L.






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JOHN P. KOHN, JR. WILLIAM J. BOROUGHS, JR. HILTON L. BATTLE
Captain First Lieutenant Second Lieutenant
Commanding





C 0 P A N Y E



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S(Reading from Left to Right)
FIRST Row: Technical Sergeants Harris, John
D.; Stewart, Percy M.; Private Vann, Frederick
M.
SECOND Row: First Sergeant Starr, Ben B.;
.'.- re J Staff Sergeants Casey, John A.; Cray, Henry W.;
Sergeants James, Lowery P.; Reynolds, James E.
A t i THIRD Row: Sergeant Simpler, Vinson H.;
SI ~7 Corporals Busby, Herman R.; Collier, William
P.; Little, Jesse E.; McLain, Dan M., Jr.

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C 0 M P A N Y E


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(Reading from Left to Right)


FIRST Row: Privates First Class Brooks, Thorm-
as E.; Campbell, James A.; Collum, David H.; .-
Davis, Charles H.; Gilliam, Chandler L.


SECOND Row: Privates First Class Hanke, Rob- .
ert T.; Hubbard, William H.; Jones, William E.;



THIRD Row: Privates First Class McKinstry,
Lewis W.; Olive, Hubert V.; Sealy, Flynn A.;
Stewart, James O.; Tucker, James W.


FOURTH Row: Privates First Class Venable, iT
Joseph C.; Whitcomb, Bartow; White, James F.;
Yarn, Larry B.; Private Beasley, Frank A.


FIFTH ROW: Privates Crow, Thomas J.; Davis,
Andrew C.; Deyton, John M.; Dickey, Henry M.;
Farr, Clifton E.


SIXTH Row: Privates Hanks, Lawrence; Hart
Jasper C.; Hattaway, Alvin L.; Hughes, Charles
W.; James, Wilbur L.


SEVENTH. Row: Privates Johnson, Alton G.; "' .
Lampkin, Authur J.; Leavelle, Clyde P.; Levan,
Delvert W.; Lewellan, John W.
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C 0 M P A ..N Y E


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\ (Reading from Left to Right)

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SFIRST Row: Privates Logan, Coolidge A.; Mc-
Cormick, Francis L.; Miller, Robert E.


SECOND Row: Privates Monfee, Lew; Murphy,
S_ Williard F.; Nichols, LeRoy A.; Owens, Amos
SC.; Primm, Earl.


'? L THIRD Row: Privates Roberson, Chester R.;
.i.. : i Sharp, James M.; Snow, Eugene J.; Stalling,
Willie B.


S[*~-:/," I 'o FOURTH Row: Privates Talley, Willie B.;
STaylor, Otis L.; Tribble, Marvin S.; Tucker, Ed-
gar S.; Tucker, Henry B.


h a FIFTH Row: Privates Turner, Daniel F.; Vann,
Grover C.; Vinson, Johnnie G.; Vinson, John S.;
Waldrip, Horace.


IL I r SIXTH Row: Privates Walton, Rufus S.;
Whaley, Swan; Wilkerson, John G.; Williams,
Earnest G.; Williams, George C.


7i I. t SEVENTH ROW: Privates Williams, Thomas C.,

Jr.; Wilson, Emmitt; Wilson, Robert C.; Wright,
CWoodrow W.; Yerby, Lee.




















JESSE L. WILLINGHAM OSCAR B. RICH
Captain Second Lieutenant
Commanding





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(Reading from Left to Right)

FIRST ROW: First Sergeant Polk, William A.;
Technical Sergeant Rudnik, Walter A.; Sergeants
Bitto, John K.; Blackwell, Earl L.

SECOND ROW: Sergeants Christensen, Virgil '
H.; Lane, John S.; Ogle, Arlie E.; Corporals 1 '
Dunson, William E.; George, Lewis H.

THIRD -Row': Corporals Harrell; James V.; j
Hemmert, John; Howell, Mason R.; Smith, Ira
D.; Stucki, Fred G.
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(Reading from Left to Right)


FIRST Row: Privates First Class Casvant, Orel
E.; Dunson, James O.; Corporal Flowers, Herschel



SECOND Row: Privates First Class Gates,
Charles R.; Giles, Thomas E.; Novak, Edward J.;
Owen, William B.; Price, Raymond H.


THIRD Row: Privates First Class Wells,
Raphael D.; Wilk, Frank J.; Privates Beasley,
S' Milton G.; Belk, Clifton H.; Cowart, Ben H., Jr.


c7 FIFTH Row: Privates Green, Henry H.; Gull-
edge, Donald E.; Gwaltney, John L.; Hall, Clyde
E.; Heilmeier, John J.


SSIXTH Row: Privates Hughes, Herbert R.;
Luders, John B.; Mills, Fred M.; Moore, Clyde
AIR. C.; Novak, John.


SL i SEVENTH Row: Privates Ogletree, Percy D.;
Patterson, Alford C.; Penn, James W., Jr.;
Powell, James S.; Roberson, Henry M.


SEIGHTH Row: Privates Rogers, Fredrick J.;
.. .Shepard, George S.; Smith, Peter F.; Spalding,
John W.; Wilkes, Woodrow.

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JAMES H. ARMSTRONG D
Sanitary Officer E

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9H HUGH L. McCALIP
Lieutenant Colonel
"O Regimental Surgeon

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MAX B. WILLIAMS
Captain
Dentist


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(Reading from Left to Right)
FIRST Row: Technical Sergeant Coaker, Win-
fred L.; Sergeants Alien, Lee R.; Lambert, Earl D.

SECOND Row: Privates First Class Bridges, Wil-
liam B.; Case, Vernon L.; Cato, Joseph W.;
Fowler, William R.; Freeman, James C.

THIRD Row: Privates First Class Adams, ,
Lurry; Barre, Johnnie; Privates Haar, Walter W.;
Kirk, Clement T.; McNeill, John B.

FouRTH iow: Privates Nasir, Rafik B.; Rusk,

Wright, Clifton C.


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