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Title: 116th Field Artillery Camp Blanding 1941
Series Title: Special archives publication
Alternate Title: One hundred sixteenth Field Artillery
Physical Description: p. 41-99 : ill. ; 28 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Florida -- Dept. of Military Affairs
Publisher: State Arsenal, St. Francis Barracks
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla
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Subject: World War, 1939-1945 -- Regimental histories -- United States   ( lcsh )
World War, 1939-1945 -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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    Copyright
        Copyright
    Title Page
        Page 1
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    56th field artillery brigade
        Page 3
        Page 4
        Page 5
        Page 6
    116th field artillery
        Page 11
        Page 12
        Page 13
        Page 14
        Page 15
        History of the 116th field artillery
            Page 17
            Page 18
        Page 16
        The 116th field artillery in action
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            Page 20
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        Service and ammunition battery
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        Medical detachment
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116TH FIELD ARTILLERY
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State ArsenaI
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STATE OFFLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY AFFAIRS
OFFICE OF THE ADJUTANT GENERAL




POST OFFICE BOX 1008
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The special Archives Publication Series of the Historical
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or geneological societies, and national or regional governmental
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Information about the series is available from the Historical
Services Division, Department of Military Affairs, State Arsenal,
St. Augustine, Florida.


Robert Hawk
Director





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SUMTER L. LOWRY, JR.





Commanding 56th Field Artillery Brigade
Organized Company H, Second Florida Infantry (National Guard), and Saw active State military duty as follows: 1i17, commanded provisional
appointed Captain in command, September 14, 1914. Mustered into battalion of Infantry in defending county jail at Tampa, Florida, during
Federal service with organization, June 20, 1916, and served for 0 days serious riot and attack on jail; commanded Company H., Second Florida
at State Camp. Served in Laredo District, Mexican Border, with intensive Infantry, in hazardous riot duty at Bradenton, Florida. Service com.
outpost and patrol duties extending from Laredo to San Ygnacio on the mended. In 1926, commanded the l16th Field Artillery in the Moore Haven
Rio Grande River during the winter of 1i16-17. Relieved from Federal sector of Lake Okeechobee, exceptional ability was displayed by this
service and assumed National Guard status, March 17, 1917. Inducted into officer in the patrol, guard and relief activities incident to the hurricane
Federal service August 5, 1917, with Second Florida Infantry (redesignated and flood disaster. As a reward for outstanding and meritorious work in
124th Infantry), and served with 31st Division at Camp Wheeler, Georgia, this disaster, General Lowry was awarded the Florida Cross by the Gover-
until September 18, 1918. During this period, attended Infantry School nor of Florida and his performance was cited in General Orders. In
of Arms, Fort Sill, Oklahoma, graduated as a bayonet instructor and 1927, he commanded all armed forces at post of Tampa in defense of
appointed Divisional Bayonet Instructor upon return to 31st Division. (The the Hlllsborough County jaiW against a determined attack of 1,000 armed
organization and operation of this important task was an outstanding and excited men. With cool and outstanding judgment and strategy,
example of ability and efficiency.) Served in France with A. E. F. until this mob was repulsed -with a minimum of casualties. Commended by
January 27, 1919. Honorably discharged from Federal service February Governor. Commanded the I16th Field Artillery in 1928 on rescue and
4, 191ii and, returned to civil status. Organized First Battalion, I16th relief duty on the North and West sectors of the Lake Okeechobee flood
Field Artillery, at Tampa, Florida, and appointed Major of Field Artillery, disaster. Commended by the Governor.
November 14, 1921. Promoted to Lieutenant Colonel, September 22, 1922. Promoted to the grade of Brigadier General and assigned to command
Completed Ihe organization of the regiment and promoted to Colonel, the 56th Field Artillery Brigade on October 4, 1934, retaining this com-
January 15, 1924. (Federal recognition to date from January 20, 1924.) mand until the present time.
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BYRON E. BUSHNELL ROBERT H. GIVENS. JR.
Lieutenant Colonel Msior
Executive Officer S-3





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CHESTER R. YATES JOHN G. SCHAFFER
Captain Captain
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JOHN F. TURNER JOSEPH J. STEPHENS CHARLES P. LYKES
Fir;t Li~utenant Frint Lieutenant Second Leutenent
5-1 Assistant 5-2 Aide






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110TI FIELD ARTILLERY

31ST DIVISION

ARMY OF THE UNITED
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CAMP BLENDING, FLORIDA

1941
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HEADQUARTERS, 116TH I FIELD ATIILERY


Office of The Regimental Commander

To the Members of the 116th Field Artillery:

Our regiment is not an infant by any scale of measures. Its inception dates back to the
formation of one battery for service in Cuba during the Spanish-American Campaign of 1898.
The regiment was expanded to its full complement in 1917-18 and went overseas, but through
no fault of the personnel of the 116th Field Artillery they did not engage in combat. Did not
the enemy capitulate before giving battle to the suntanned men from Dixie?
Since the regiment's reorganization, wholly within Florida after World War I, the com-
mand has performed as was befitting citizen-soldiers in peace times, whether at weekly drills
and summer encampments or in aid to civil authorities in the wake of hurricanes or to quell
mob violence. In reward for these, they have not only the personal satisfaction of a job
well done, but have received numerous commendations from such higher commanders as the
Secretary of War, the several governors of Florida, the Corps Area Commanders, the Regu-
lar Army Inspectors and Instructors.
Once again in November of last year, the 116th Field Artillery personnel (71 officers, one
warrant officer and 904 enlisted men) was inducted into the Army of the United States by
order of the President of the United States. To those who had various periods of active duty
were added 265 selectees in March, 1941, who demonstrated from their first day's association
that they had the ability and willingness to learn the honorable art of National Defense. (It is
contemplated that additional officers and men will be added from time to time.)
Though the members of this command hail from some three dozen states and many have
crossed the borders or seas to assemble under our banner, you have shown the spirit of all
for one and one for all to carry our motto: "There is no going back," with dash, dignity
and honor wherever duty calls us.
As together we go forward in training, in preparedness for service, may each of you make
a successful, happy journey through life. It is predicted that in the years to come you will
cherish the friendships made in the service as your most valuable possession.

Yours in comradeship,


c^thCA ciO. C:"-W



Colonel, 116th Field Artillery,
Commanding.








































































Was cadet student at Georgia School of Technology, 1906-10. Enlisted in HO M ER W HESTERLY
Company Second Florida Infantry, June I, 1916, for Federal service in
Mexican Border Campaign. Appointed First Lieutenant, Engineers Corps. CO L 0O N E L
Inducted into Federal service for the World War as First Lieutenant, C. E.,
September 2, 1917. Served with Company C, Sixth U. S. Engineers, overseas Commanding 116th Field Artillery
until July 4, 1918. Promoted to Captain, August 28, 1918, and attended
Engineer Service Schools. Honorably discharged July 21, 1919. Entered
reorganized Florida National Guard as Captain, commanding Battery C, 116th
Field Artillery, at Tampa. Florida, on December 5, 1921. Promoted to Major,
October I, 1922. Promoted to Lieutenant Colonel, February 5, 1924. Pro-
moted to Colonel, commanding 116th Field Artillery, October 23, 1934. Served
as member of Florida State Armory Board. Is graduate of Command and
General Staff School, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, 1938. Rendered valuable --
service in civil disorders and hurricane disasters.


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Lieutenant Colonel
Executive Officer


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Captain Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant
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HISTlRY IF THE 11iTHi FIEL ARTILLERY

"The 116th Field Artillery has had a singular history was made. The horses, picturesque part of the transport,
in the period covered since the date of its organization in were transferred, and one-and-one-half-ton trucks issued
Florida. Perhaps no regiment of the National Guard in their places. Since that time, the 116th Field Artillery
within the United States has had such dramatic calls upon has been a completely motor-transported unit.
its services. Woven into the pattern of everyday life, the On October 4, 1934, the regiment was signally honored
work of the peacetime soldier calls forth little notice from by the promotion of Colonel Sumter L. Lowry, Jr., to
the general public. However, when disaster threatens the Brigadier General and Commanding General, 56th Field
structure of the commonwealth, either man-made, or by Artillery Brigade, of which the 116th Field Artillery is a
the hand of Providence, the National Guard steps prompt- part. Lieutenant Colonel Homer W. Hesterly was ad-
Iv into the breach, and, with a steady hand firmly applied, vanced to. Colonel in command of the regiment October
brings aid and comfort to the stricken and punishment to 23, 1934. Major Byron E. Bushnell was transferred from
the law breaker." (From the official regiment history, Commanding Officer, Second Battalion, to regimental
compiled by Lieutenant Colonel George E. Grace, Florida executive, as a Lieutenant Colonel.
National Guard.)
National Guard.) The regiment has held annual field training exercises
This regiment was originally organized during the at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, and Camp Jackson, South
World War, at Camp Wheeler, Georgia, as part of the Carolina. At Fort Bragg, in 1937, through the suggestion
31st (Dixie) Division. Although transported overseas, of Colonel A. L. P. Sands, the Field Artillery Board se-
it saw no combat action and was mustered from Federal elected the regiment to test by firing the theretofore untried
service on January 16, 1919. On December 5, 1921, fire control data sheets calculated for the reservation area.
Sumpter L. Lowry. Jr., of Tampa, Florida, upon com- During the Third Army Maneuvers held in DeSoto Na-
mission issued by the Adjutant General, State of Florida, tional Forest, Mississippi, in August, 1938, and in the
presented for Federal recognition three batteries to con- Third Army Maneuvers in Louisiana during August, 1940,
stitute units of a regiment to be known as the 116th Field the regiment participated as a unit of the 56th Field Artil-
Artillery. Thus. on December 5, 1921. three firing bat- lery Brigade, receiving mention for its performance and
series. A. B and C. formed the basis of the First Battalion, status of training.
116th Field Artillery, Major Sumter L. Lowry, Jr., com-
manding. The battalion was inspected and mustered into The year 1937 brought to this regiment superior rating,
service by then Lieutenant Colonel Vivian Collins, present national recognition and the highest efficiency standing
Adjutant General of Florida. of any National Guard regiment in the United States.
Completion of the First Battalion was effected February During 1938, Major General George Van Horn Mosely,
15. 1922, with the establishment of Headauarters Battery then Commander of the Fourth Corps Area, twice publicly
and Combat Train. First Battalion. In 1922, the City of stated that the 116th Field Artillery was "the finest regi-
Tampa and Hillsborough County furnished land and ment in the world." Since that time, the regiment has
funds for the construction of stables, gunsheds and arm- been annually rated "Superior."
ory buildings. Upon 14 occasions, the regiment has been called into
An expansive movement was made for the establishment active state duty for the suppression of riot, protection of
of a full regiment by the founding of the Second Bat- prisoners, and during storm disasters. For the excellent
talion. Firine batteries D, E and F were located at Lake- manner in which it discharged its duties at Moore Haven,
land. Plant City and Arcadia. with Headquarters Battery Florida, during the great flood catastrophe September 20,
and Combat Train, Second Battalion, in Barrow. The 1926, the War Department issued special commendation
S-rond Battalion participated in summer encampment in to the then Commanding Colonel, Sumter L. Lowry, Jr.,
1023. and was Federally recognized as a unit August 23, his officers and men. Despite the numerous calls into
1923. with Maior Fred Hampton commanding. The regi- action in aid of civil authorities, the regiment has never
ment received official recognition at Tampa January 20, lost a man nor suffered serious injury.
1924. It was with such a record of service that the 116th Field
The Service Battery with Band section was placed at Artillery entered the year of 1940, which was to prove one
Winter Haven and later at Arcadia. Battery F was trans- of the most eventful in its history, with two outstanding
ferred to Winter Haven. The regiment was the first to events being added to its record. The first of these was
abandon the band section in line with the National Guard the regiment's participation in the Third Army Maneuvers
Bureau's wishes. The Medical Detachment was first around Camp Beauregard, Louisiana, in August, during
organized in Tampa, October 6, 1922. Regimental Head- which it once again established itself as "the finest regi-
quarters Battery was placed in Fort Myers but in 1937 ment in the world." Just three months after these maneu-
was moved to St. Petersburg. On the date of Federal vers, the 116th Field Artillery was inducted into Federal
recognition, Lieutenant Colonel Lowry was promoted to service, November 25, 1940, and ordered to Camp Bland-
Colonel and regimental commander. Major Hesterly be- ing, Florida, its present station, where it arrived during the
came regimental executive officer and a Lieutenant Colonel. latter part of December. Since that time, the regiment
Effective July 16, 1933, a radical change in the trans- has busied itself in its usual efficient manner in order to be
port equipment of the theretofore horse-drawn regiment ready when its services are needed a.gain.

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BLAZONRY
COAT OF ARMS: Approved April 14, 1925; amended April 20. 1925.
SHIELD: Gules, a foess azure fimbriated argent in chief a disc parti per pale of the first (gules)
and of the second (azure) fimbriated of the third (argent) and charged with two con-
venfionalized D's back to back of the like (argent) (a simulation of the shoulder sleeve
insignia of the 31st Division) and in base a fleur-de-lis also'of the last (argent).
CREST: That for regiments of Florida National Guard. Wreath: Argent and gules.
MOTTO: Vestigia Nulla Retrorsum (There is no going back).

DESCRIPTION
The shield is red for Artillery, the blue fess indicates the the two-colored parting-indicaing service in 31st Division on two
Federal service in 1898. The charge in the chief of the shield is sides of the world. The fleur-de-lis indicates the service in France.
a modified form of the shoulder sleeve insignia of 31st Division, Streamers authorized: World War without inscription.

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JOHN E. MARTIN
Captain
Commanding




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(Reading from Left to Right)
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FIRST Row: Master Sergeant Barter, Cyrus G.;
First Sergeant Hill, Henry E.


SECOND Row: Staff Sergeants Garver, Harold -
A.; Giedd, Kenneth P.; Phoenix, Harrison F.; .
Sergeants Alien, Leo A.; Brinker, Franklyn G. .-' i
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Gibson, Gordon J., Jr.; Hersmer, Gene S.; Mott, 1'
Leslie W.; Corporal Boggs, Jack E. :


FounTH Row: Corporals LaMilia, Leonard; iZ, -
Luce, Laverne R.; Pfeiffer, Robert A.; Saylor,
Jack S.; Yancey, John W. n'' 'A" k
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-L5- 'FIRST Row: Privates First Class Baker, Henry
P.; Barnett, Harold V.; Clark, Edward L.

M 7 SECOND Row: Privates First Class Crawford,
1 b Benjamin B.; Crawford, Charles L.; Hayden,
Donald F.; Hogan, Walter; Jones, Harry L.

STHIRD Row: Privates First Class Lee, Robert
E.; Meek, Noal N.; Mountain, Albert D.; Power,
Albert M.; Russ, Herbert A.

FOURTH Row: Privates Bailey, Clarence W.;
r. : Barnett, Bill J.; Beers, George H.; Clark, Neal
R.; Conklin, Elna L.

FIFTH Row: Privates Cowsert, John L.; Cox,
Richard; Dehmel, Wilfred T.; Fletcher, Leon M.;
Harris, Charles E.

.S fSIXTH Row: Privates Harris, Haskell D.; Hill,
Ralph B., Jr.; Ineson, William L., Jr.; Killinger,
Raymond A.; Luther, William A.

SSEVENTH Row: Privates McBride, Harry A.;
,'_ : McCall, Elmer; McKnight, Walker W.; Moore,
Howard R.; Pearson, James M.

EIGHTH Row: Privates Potts, James F.; Rich-
creek, Harry G.; Roberts, James K.; Roberts,
i -John J.; Temmerman, Norman A.

SNINTH Row:- Privates VanValkenberg, Charles
F.; Vick, Thomas C.; Yancey, Lee R.; Breaker,
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THEODORE E. JACOBSON
Warrant Officer



(Reading from Left to Right)

FIRST Row: Technical Sergeant
Olson, Phillip W.; Sergeant Boyd, ,A
George E.; Private First Class Krupar,
Stephen J. J.


SECOND Row: Staff Sergeant Bean,
Walter E.; Sergeants Cooper, Rollins,
Jr.; Stewart, Joseph P.; Valdivia, Paul
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Henry B.; Privates First Class Alex- -
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Cashwell, Richard H.; Cleland, Clar-
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FOURTH Row: Privates First Class
Cooper, Grayburn H., Jr.; Dowell, '
Lincoln R.; Faull, George B.; Ford,
Daniel W.; Gardner, Edwin L.



Gutierrez, Jerry; Hackney, Milton
D.; Parnell, Charles J.; Ruiz, Victor / A ". ,
L., Jr.; Sciurba, Sam.


SIXTH Row: Privates First Class "
Tice, Benjamin W.; Uranga, Emil;
Wood, Jack L. -4,A -

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Lieutenant Colonel Major
Commanding Battalion Executive


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vine, Edgar E.; First Sergeant Shaw,
Bradley T.; Technical Sergeants
Greene, Earl F.; Pierce, Edwin L. A

SECOND Row: Staff Sergeants
Cohen, Maurice; Gibson, James A.;
Hawkins, William J.; Sergeants
Alexander, Charles H.; Brown,
Charles H.; Burnette, Harry S., Jr.

THIRD Row: Sergeants Copeland,
Ross, Jr.; Greene, Jefferson F.; Ham-
mack, William J.; Hightower, Clar-
ence E.; Johnson, Thomas C.; Neel,
Billy B.

FoarTH Row: Sergeants Richard- '
son, Samuel G., Jr.; Sells, Jack D.; e
Corporals Ackerly, Ralph S.; Crowe, W
Walter A., Jr.; Douglas, John Q.; "-
Golden, Lloyd L.

FIFTH Row: Corporals Keathley,
Miles N.; Larkin, William S.; Pea-
cock, George W.; Richard, Bennie J.;
Schaub, John W., Jr.; Stone, Jack M.

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HEADQUARTERS


BATTERY










ROBERT R. HICKS DONALD E. FRISSELL
First Lieutenant Second Lieutenant
Liaison Officer Liaison Officer







(Reading from Left to Right)

ii : FIRST Row: Privates First Class
-i Benton, Albert R.; Byrd, Emory;
Byrd, Willie; Harfpton, Hale R.;
Haynes, Robert H.; Hendrix, James E.

SECOND Row: Privates First Class
h Jj iJ1 i tHolden, William L.; McPhillips,
Francis B.; McRae, Earl R.; Olsen,
Burga P.; Stone, Billy M.; Stone,
Fred B.

THIRD Row: Private First Class
Whitehead, Ocee C.; Privates Adams,
Albert L., Jr.; Allee, Ernest E.; At-
kins, June M.; Baxter, Chester;
..Belyeu, William R.

FOURTH Row: Privates Branch,
Earl; Buchanon, George; Butler, Rob-
ert W.; Callaway, Joe L.; Claiborne,
Henry T., Jr.; Clark, Clyde J.

-dC FIFTHr Row: Privates Conklin,
Frank J.; Conrad, Richard B.; Crooks,
William G.; Curnick, William E.;
A -- Daniels, Jack M.; Denegre, Tom.

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HEADQUARTERS-












Jr.; Foster, Bert T.; Graves, James A.; Gunter,
Fred, Jr.; Hall, Cecil R.

SECOND Row: Privates Hall, Joel C; Harkey
William T.; Hawkins, Vernon V.; Henry, Wal-
ter C.; Hoffman, Elton C.

THIRD Row: Privates DHolomb, Gordon K.;
Johnson, Clarence B.; LaCalle, Stephen, Jr.; . L
Medlock, Ruber, Mills, James R.

FouNRT Row: Privates Myers, Calvin E.;y,
Nipper, Wamell; Pitts, Thomas L.; Prendes, '
Constantino C., Jr.; Rawls, John M, '

FIr-H Row: Privates Rimes o, Leon C Shirley
James C.; Seymour, Francis M.; Snyder, George
F.; Stinson, James W.

SIrTH Row: Privates Stracner, Henry N., Jr.;
Strickland, Burwell L.; Sutton, Bernice, Jr.; fin-
Sutton, John L.; Swindle, Russell. .
SEVENTH Row: Privates Symons, Wilford S.; 7.

Tagliarini, Peter; Tankersley, A. L.; Taylor,
Horace W.; Taylor, John H.

EIGHTH Row'. Privates Thomas, J. T.; Traina,
Archemidi I.; Van Fleet, Charles B.; Vangilder,
Leonard D.; Walton, Fred. '

NINTH Row: Privates Wells, Roy M.; Wheeler,
Richard H.; Williams, James C.; Williams,
James M. -
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EARL E. WHITEHEAD WILLIAM F. HUNTER, JR.
Captain First Lieutenant
Commanding





SEVIE AND AMMUNITION BATTER









(Reading from Left to Right)
FIRST Row: Master Sergeant Gammage, Leland G.; SECOND Row: Sergeant Mason, Frank J.; Corporals
First Sergeant Men James A.; Technical Sergeant Hollingsworth, Harold; Whidden, Worley W.; Privates
Rumsey, John W.; Staff Sergeant Evans, William F.; First Class Craft, John A., Jr.; Hall, Harold L.; Johnson,
Sergeants Hollingsworth, Jesse L., Jr.; Jones, Elbert E. Arthur K.; Coates, James R.











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FIRST BATTALION





(Reading from Left to Right)

FIRST Row: Privates First Class -
Keene, Luther B.; Skinner, Owen H.;
Wachowski, George H.; Privates Alli-
son, Joseph; Allman, Steve E.; Bailey,
Farris E.

SECOND Row: Privates Balkom, .. .
Huell B.; Bardin, Benjamin; Bobbitt, lk
Lewis M.; Brush, Pat L.; Coates,
James R.; Davis, Ted T. .

THIRD Row: Privates Dodds, Hu-
bert R.; Emory, Judge; Glass, Jack
D.; Griffn, Harold D.; Hagan, Chick
W -.; H aynes, Charles B. f-7

FOURTH Row: Privates Hobbs,
Thomas C., Jr.; Howell, Charles D.;
Joens, Cornelius J., Jr.; Kosmas, Cris
J.; Langhoff, Morris V.; McEachern,
Howell B.

FIFTi Row: Privates Padgett, Dick
L.; Palmer, Joseph M.; Pettway, John _"
P., Jr.; Price, James C.; Pugh, La-
Don; Rodeiro, Joseph A.

SIXTH Row: Privates Roseberry,
Henry A.; Sapp, Thomas V.; Sarno,
August J.; Shaw, Leonard W.; Sierra, L N -" ..
Frank G.; Sikes, Aubrey H.

SEVENTH ROW: Privates Slauter,
Charles H.; Smith, Thomas F.; Smith,
William G.; Smith, William R.;
Snow, Grady L.; Spurlock, Samuel B

EIGHTH Row: Privates Stevenson,
Thomas G.; Stinson, Simon J.; West, .A 9
Clarence E.; Wolfe, Lyle; Wang, Loy
C.

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MARCUS N. OWEN EDWARD J. HENEY MARSDEN G. KELLY AUBREY B. BOYKIN
Captain First Lieutenant First Lieutenant Second Lieutenant
Commanding










*



(Reading from Left to Right)


FIRST Row: First Sergeant Hill, John J.; Staff
SSergeant Rambeau, Clement; Sergeants Ains-
-" worth, Philip C.; Coffey, James R.; Kaney, Frank




SECOND Row: Sergeants Kaney, Thomas E.;
-- Lamberson, Owen F.; Mills, Wilbur C.; Strick-
land, Newton J., Jr.; Stump, George L.


S THIRD Row: Corporals Brantley, Robert M.;
Bunkley, James H.; Campbell, Julius A.; Dixon,
Herman J.; Gee, Albert M.



., FOURTH Row: Corporals Goulding, Frank R.;
Gray, Norris C.; Joyner, Charles A.; McSwain,
Louis B., Jr.; Van Sickl, Marcus E.

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B A T T E R Y A





** *. *





(Reading from Left to Right)

FIRST Row: Privates First Class Adams, Clar- ; 1 EA
ence T.; Adams, Victor N.; Almeda, George F.; I.
Baird, Myron S.; Barker, Larry N. I 1 i


SECOND Row: Privates First Class Beach, .
George E., Jr.; Brinson, Horace D.; Clark, Eldon Ji .
M.; Collas, George H., Jr.; Coune, Francis L.



THIRD Row: Privates First Class Cromartie,
John D.; Green, Horace G.; Henriquez, G. H.;
Kay, Claire P.; Marsicano, Nicholas J. ,



FOURTH Row: Privates First Class McReynolds,
Philip H.; Parra, Roy; Saunders, Leonard C.; .
Stimatz, William J.; Thomas, Alfred E.


FirTH Row: Privates First Class Tice, Henry
C., Jr.; Vinson, Clarence R.; Williams, Winton
H.; Yelvington, Andrew M.; Private Adams,
James E.



SIXTH Row: Privates Ahern, James M.; Avriett,
Robert J.; Beiro, Armando; Byrd, Conrad E.;
Carpenter, George W. -


SEVENTH Row: Privates Cornett, William C.; il
Craft, John H.; Dominguez, Mario; Fernandez,
Constantino U.; Fernandez, Ernest D.
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BATTERY A






(Reading from Left to Right)

FIRas Row: Privates Fernandez, Ralph E.;
Fretto, Ignacio; Garbia, Elio; Gardner, Edward
.4 F.; Gray, Jasper B.


SECOND Row: Privates Hancock, Lawrence R.;
Harper, Glenn L.; Harris, Clarence G.; Hicks,
SJohn S.; James, Everett A.


THIRD Row: Privates Kilpatrick, Emory T.;
SI C l.Knight, Albert S.; Lala, Henry; Lanciotti, For-
rtunato F.; McCollum; Robert S.


FoURTH Row: Privates Meeks, Ted C.; Meza,
Edward M.; Mott, James D.; Murrhee, Merrell
k i i i H.; Music, Leroy.

FIFTH Row: Privates Pendaz, Robert N.;

Perry, Melton C.; Ripley, Paul H.; Robertson,
Marvin G.; Rogers, Necy.

SIXTH Row: Privates Rouse, Jimmie L.; San-
ders, Albert P.; Sanders, Edgar W.; Sands,
Ralph B.; Sapp, Alvie.


T5 .SEVENTH Row: Privates Sellers, Archie H.;
Shaw,. Luther G.; Sherer, Howard L.; Skelton,
Leon E.; Summerall, William P.


EIGHTH Row: Privates Tindall, James G.;
I'- Turner, Edward C.; Vitello, Joe D.; Williams,
Herbert P.; Williams, Marshall G.


NINTH Row: Privates Willis, Harrell J.;
Willis, John V.; Willis, Leonard P.; Wooten,
[.7.3 Lynwood C.











*








HARRY P. BAYA
Captain
Commanding





B A T T E I Y B







(Reading from Left to Right)

FIRST Row: First Sergeant Collins, Fred H.: '
Staff Sergeant Brockinton, Cecil G.; Sergeant
Bullard, Kennedy C. .

SECOND Row: Sergeants Cline, James D.; Dan-
gelo, James J.; Gold, Clarence B., Jr.; Hope,
William H.; Jerkins, Roy S.

THIRD Row: Sergeants Neumann, Harold V.;
Sheppard, Harlo J., Jr.; Stephens, Howard A.; '
Taaffe, Thomas E.; Corporal Barrington, Jimmy I-:i !


FOURTH Row: Corporals Gutkin, Max L.;
Kelley, Barney L.; Keltner, Connie M., Jr.;
Knight, Andrew J.; Lyon, Roger W.

FIriF Row: Corporals Mangan, George F.; ,.-"..
McGuire, Frank H.; Mealor, Walter S.; O'Mara,
Edwin; -:-

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PETER M. GRAHN. JR. OSCAR D. HOWELL. JR. ALEX M. ARCHIBALD PHILIP H. CONNER
First Lieutenant First Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant


BATTERY B


(Reading from Left to Right)

~.. FsTHIRST Row: Privates First Class Barber, Elbert

Clark, Julius A.; Cochrane, Earle J.

. -. SECOND Row: Privates First Class .Gunter,
S" Grover C.; Hardin, Leonard L.; Jarvis, Paul H.;
BL- Z1 Keltner, William E.; Maner, Joseph M.

'" THIRD Row: Privates First Class McClintock,
George N.; Morgan, LaRue H.; Pitts, David E.;
A Rodgers, Fred R.; Shaw, Ben F.

j FOURTH Row: Privates First Class Shelton,
k Lawrence F.; Swilley, Wallace H., Jr.; Toenes,
'. aJames W.; Veazey, Ray S.; Vogt, Edwin H.

S Fu-rH Row: Privates First Class Westbrook,
William B.; Wilkinson, William F., Jr.; Wright,
lX -7 Seymour C.; Privates Albritton, Leon A.; Blanch.
S. ette, Ralph F.

SSIXTH Row: Privates Brown, Alton R.; Bullard,
Walter F.; Bronson, Billie M.; Callen, Harmon
C., Jr.; Clark, John H.

SEVENTH Row: Privates Copp, Howard G.;
Covington, Robert S.; Christmas, Julius S.; Davis,
SMarquis E.; Dory, William P.

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B A T T E R Y B









(Reading from Left to Right)


Fmsr Row: Privates Ferguson, Ralph K.;
Gainous, Anson R.; Horton, Joe A.


SECOND Row: Privates Horn, Raymond; Jones,
Ernest T.; Jerkins, Tolliver L.; Kaschak, William
J.; LaRoche, Francis B.


THIRD Row: Privates LeBlanc, Ralph; Lee, .
Alonzo C.; Mealor, David L.; Mills, Wayne W.;
Murray, Talmadge S.


FOURTH Row: Privates Monk, Henry G., Jr.;
Packwood, Roderick E., Jr.; Patterson, Wilbon; .
Phillips, Berry M.; Pipp, Clarence A.



FIrFTH Row: Privates Rayfield, George W.;
Reach, James E.; Reaves, Jesse J.; Redding, Wil- .
liam C.; Reynolds, Joe T.


SIXTH Row: Privates Reynolds, Wallace J.; lii '
Rice, Russell; Ricks, Edward C;. Riley, Robert
M.; Rosenberg, Jacob L.



SEVENTH Row: Privates Sapp, Joseph D.; ..
Stowe, William P., Jr.; Strickland, Julius M.;
Spurlock, James E.; Taaffe, Dermot P.


EIGHTH Row: Privates Terrell, Burney B.;
Thomson, John C.; Vernon, Donald T.; Walker, .
Howard E.

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EDMUND J. McMULLEN PERRY M. GWALTNEY, JR. ROBERT L GENOVAR HAROLD M. SULLIVAN
Captain First Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant
Commanding Executive Officer Motor Officer Reconnaissance Officer
f A11 I IL

4 '-. .. .











S(Reading from Left to Right)


ia ii.* FIRST Row: First Sergeant Hand, Albert E.;
i-i
















^ il "* "S "" .- '- i Sergeants Barnwell, Emanuel P.; Benjamin, Na-




SECOND ROW: Sergeants Gillstrap, William P.,
Jr.; Hall, Oscar P.; Hand, Will M.; Heard, John
C.; Manson, Herman W., Jr.





SCorporals Blount, Robert G.; Flynn, Archie S.
S Richard L.; Wester, Herbert H.;




SFOURTH Row: Corporals Gerow, Edward V.;
= Hall, Charles F.; Hand, Charles P.; Hannon,
_.__L_ .'-5. "-. William A.; Henderson, Charles W.



l I t FIFTH Row: Corporals Hogan, John J.;
Mitchell, Howell C.; Padgett, Cecil F.; Walker,
.Donald P.
C~PFJ I j Cali











B A T T E R Y C

















(Reading from Left to Right) -


FIRST Row: Privates First Class Adams, Robert
E.; Altman, Robert E.; Alvarez, Michael.. ..


SECOND Row: Privates First Class Baker,
Grady R.; Bravo, Irving W., Jr.; Caldwell, David
K.; Cortner, William C.; Coulter, Hazel F.


THIRD Row: Privates First Class Davidson, .
Paul J., Jr.; Duke, George R.; Fernandez, Henry
B., Jr.; Hammond, Charles T., Jr.; Harrison,
George. _


FOURTH Row: Privates First Class Hughes,
Avery E.; Jones, Robert M.; King, Lucian H.;
Manrique, Daniel R.; Minton, Samuel D.


FIFTH Row: Privates First Class Neuwirth,
Seymour; O'Malley, William T.; Roberts, Leon-
ard T.; Rogers, John E.; Williams, William W. _


SrxTH Row: Privates Altman, Raymond L.;
Ayala, Florencio; Barksdale, Fred C.; Bass, O.
E.; Blizzard, Wallace E. 1

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BATTERY C







tk (Reading from Left to Right)

-; FIPST Row: Privates Chio, Charles C.; Davis,
Robert L., Jr.; Evans, Clarence.


s ; SECOND Row: Privates Fuquay, James C.;
Forkel, Fred W.; Gilbert, James L.; Gough,
Alonzo C.; Hall, Ralph C.


HIRD Row:\P esHawk. RobertA. Her-
rington, Robert M.; Holloway, James N.; King,
Frank L.; Kirby, Murr D.


FOURTH Row: Privates Lewis, Rochelle E.;
Marchetta, Henry N.; Martinez, Joe C.;
O'Malley, John P.; Patterson, James E.


FIFTH Row: Privates Perez, Eddie C.; Perry,
Marvin; Porch, LaPope; Porter, Chester 0., Jr.;
A Price, Doyle L.


SSLaTH Row: Privates Proctor, Ellis J.; Rabon,
Elbert 0.; Raulerson, Frank J.; Ray, Wilson;

Regan, Michael A.


j 9 SEVENTH Row: Privates Rickerson, John D.;
A I .-- Rivers, Elbert E.; Rodriquez, Reynaldo; Schmidt,
_, Joseph L., Jr.; Serra, Laurence.


'"2" 1EIGHTH Row: Privates Skelton, Walter T.,
Jr.; Smelt, Eugene J.; Smith, Slaughter M.;
SThomas, Louis H.; Thomas, Paul F.


SNINTH Row: Privates Upton, John C.; Wal-
SA lace, Walter M.; Wells, Murray W.; Whitcomb,
Edward L.; Young, Charles B.
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GEORGE E. BAYA JOSEPH J. HILL STANHOPE C. SMITH
Lieutenant Colonel Major Major
Commanding S-3 Executive Officer









SecA#ond /3a&tto



GEORGE R. HARDY WILLIAM S. MYRICK MAURICE J. WILSON






*
Capta Captain Captain
S.2 5 -3 S-2
















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JOEL C. GARRARD WILLIAM H. HANCOCK. JR. JULIAN P. MYRICK
Captain First Lieutenant Second Lieutenant
Commanding Liaison Officer Liaison Officer



HEADQUARTERS BATTERY

Secc#td iaddio#u

7t (Reading from Left to Right)
S- FIRsT Row: First Sergeant Huf-
faker, Robert B.; Technical Sergeants
Bass, Nelson E.; Paschall, Raymond
.9- __. A.; Staff Sergeants Brooks, Robert N.;
i P LJohnson, Clifford H.; Lander, Stanton
A L.
SECOND ROW: Staff Sergeant
Schupp, Donald L.; Sergeants Akins,
Charles E.; Burnett, Clyde W.; Chat-
ham, George T.; English, Alexander
A.; Hiers, Johnnie M.
THIRD Row: Sergeants Mercer,

A Safar, Benjamin B.; Wiggins, Robert
'R 'A C.; Corporals Allen, Alvin D.;
.Brooks, Wilbur B.

FOURTH Row: Corporals Coker,
.i- George C.; Gibson, James C.; Hackle,
James T.; Hall, Henry L.; Jones,
...L William L.; Joyner, Leon C.

FIFTH Row: Corporals Lyle, Mil-
ton W.; Middleton, Earl W.; Poaster,
Allen- H.; Powell, Woodrow W.;
Whidden, Bennette C.; Wilson, Clar-
r 'ence C.

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H HEADQUARTERS BATTERY


Second acdttaioa












(Reading from Left to Right) .


FIRST Row: Privates First Class Agnew, Frank '-
G.; Anderson, Edwin W.; Bassett, Milton J.;
Carlton, Rupert L.; Clayton, Kermit B.


SECOND Row: Privates First Class Douglas,
Stephen A.; Floyd, Henry G.; Goss, Junior L.;
Hamner, Malcolm N.; Hutto, Henry W.


THIRD Row: Privates First Class Losh, Gilbert
E.; Marr, Louis A.; Mathews, Arthur F.; Miller,
William L.; Moore, Beauford D. -

Suteran,-re W.;- i W le J ames"C....I: ..'"_
FOURTH Row: Privates First Class Rogers, Ben
H.; Schuck, Conrad G.; Schuck, William E.;
Sutherland, Fred W.; Walker, James C. 1 ,_ -'


FUrTH Row: Privates Blount, Benroe; Camp. i
bell, Robert C.; Canady, Rupert E.; Carroll,
Walter J.; Carter, Ira T.


SIXTH Row: Privates Chandler, William B.;
Chesshire, Bernie; Childress, Robert L.; Cook,
Mathews; Crain, Samuel N.

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HEADQUARTERS BATTERY


Seconamd /daho#t






S- ,- .- "" ;'(Reading from Left to Right)


IRs- Row: Privates Dorsey, James D.;
Douberly, Harry D.; Hays, T. L.; Houghton,
George.


.. SECOND Row: Privates Kapsalis, Thomas J.;
-. Levy, Carl H.; Markham, Leonard D.; Meares,
S..- Virgil H.; Morgan, James C.



Murray, Amos; Neal, Lodric M.; Neel, Robert
i i 2 X V ISETHIRD Row: Privates Mosley, Thomas J.;
P.; Newton, James B.


FouRTH Row: Privates Norman, John; Nor-
rell, William; Norris, Tommy H.; Nunny, Cecil
--V m-". ... E.; O'Quinn, Bryant W.




Charlie; Perry, Ralphi H.; Patrik, Roy R.; Price,
Thurman M.


SixrTH Row: Privates Prine, Cecil L.; Purvis,
Vernon L.; Rutherford, Eston; Sizer, William E.;
X U LShaw, Marvin H.


SEVENTH Row: Privates Spooner, Fornia J.;
Stinson, Archie H.; Wilson, Sam B.; Woodham,
Lonza M.

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HENRY W. HOUSE, JR. MAURICE B. CARLTON JAMES A. GRIFFIN
Captain First Lieutenant Second Lieutenant
Commanding




SERVICE AND AMMUNITION BATTERY


Se~oin B/&ttaia#%








(Reading from Left to Right)
FIRST Row: Master Sergeant Gore, Fred K.; First Ser- SECOND Row: Corporals Daniel, Daniel S.; Eller, Irv-
geant Kerce, Woodrow; Sergeants Hollingsworth, James ing D., Jr.; Hodges, William 0.; Johnson, Robert C.;
N.; Smith, Chesterfield H.; Trawick, William H.; Cor- Jones, John A.; Private First Class Daugharty, Kennith F.
poral Channel, William A.











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SERVICE AND AMMUNITION BATTERY


SECOND BATTALION








.. (Reading from Left to Right)

FIRsT Row: Privates First Class
Engle, Charles A., Jr.; Paterson, Rob-
ert G.; Sullivan, Buddy W.; Privates
Bray, Clifton J.; Bryan, Francis S.;
Cochran, James V.


SECOND Row: Privates Davis, Ollie
I "D.; Delegal, Robert E.; Edge, Wil-
liam H.; Emerson, Winiford F., Jr.;
Frisco, Bennie T.; Gandee, Jesse B.


THIRD ROW: Privates Garren, Gra-
ham A.; Grossberg, Daniel B.; Har-
rod, Charles M.; Hughes, Thomas
.. ., A.; James, Albert H.; Jones, Henry
M.

FOURTH Row: Privates Kelley,
Archie N.; McCarthy, Thomas R.;
McKinney, Romey R.; McKemie, Har-
vy J.; McNutt, Archie B.; Meade,
Okey M., Jr.

FuTrH Row: Privates Milner, Wil-
liam H.; Mitchell, Charles R.; Mit-
chell, Jessie C.; Miller, Laurence T.;
Mock, R. J.; Moore, Kermit O.

S SnrX Row: Privates Roy, Ronald
L.; Shadix, Thurman L.; Sharpe,
Robert; Sheram, John W.; Vellejo,
Roy J.; White, Curtis.


SEVENTH ROw: Privates Williams,
James H.; Wicen, Rudolph; Worth,
John W.; Wynn, Joseph W.; Zim-
merman, Wayne C.

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Captain First Uiouternant Finrst Lieutenant First Lieutenant
Commanding
C













(Reading from Left to Right)

FIRST Row: First Sergeant Pinson, Charlie R.;
StaE Sergeant Huckaby, George S.; Sergeant




Jr.; Helm, Charles L.; Phillips, Herbert J.; Pope,
Robert Y.; Putnam, Joe F.
THIRDO Row: Sergeants Simmons, J. W.; SWEmith, EN AN F ALD



Louie E.; Wilbanks, James L.; Williams, Joel
D.; Corporal Albritton, James E.


FOURTH Row: Corporals Ballard, Charles H.;
Bennett, Paul R.; Corley, Otis L.; Crews, Leon
J.; Forrester, Copeland A.


BF H Row: Corporals Harper, 0. T.;
Mathews, Arthur R., Jr.; McKay, Ivor W.; Seg. -
let, Herbert L.; Waord, Haford D.--

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B A T T Y D










: '. (Reading from Left to Right)

.: FIRST Row: Privates First Class Anderson,
Henry F.; Bellflower, Warren H.; Buzbee, John
M.



SECOND Row: Privates First Class Clark, Leon
R.; Cloud, Talley F.; Collier, Alton C.; Cone,
William F.; Davis, Lawton A.


THIRD ROW: Privates First Class Grooms, Al-
ton L.; Harmon, Thomas J.; Herndon, Earl H.;
Hitt, Richard C.; Howell, Robert E.


S FOURTH Row: Privates First Class Keen, How-
ard M.; Lanier, James H.; Lee, John N.; Lock,
Virgil E.; McCormick, Donald W.


FIFTH Row: Privates First Class McCorkle,
Donald B.; Merritt, James M.; Reck, William R.;
Sexton, George E.; Smith, Lawrence D.


SIXTH Row: Private First Class Williams,
Oscar M.; Privates Ayers, Thelpus E.; Barden,
Arthur T.; Black, Clifford R.; Bryan, William R.




Burgner, Harold J.; Cooper, Reece D.; Crosby,
'- .-.. Carl D.; Daniels, Frank.


.i '. -EIGHTH Row: Privates Edenfield, Willis J.;
Edwards, Oscar; Edwards, Oliver B.; Foreman,
Thomas L. D.; Gilbert, Vaughn G.

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B A T T E R Y D







(Reading from Left to Right)


FIRs Row: Privates Glisson, Raymond L.; -
Harvester, Charles T.; Henderson, Douglas R.



SECOND Row: Privates Hicks, Pearce; Howell,
Julian W.; Howell, Wilson W.; Hutchingson,
Casey; Kingry, Myron E.


THIRD Row: Privates Kirkland, Brady; Lee, Lk

J. D.; Leonard, Walter E.; Maddux, Dee V.;
Maddux, Edd F.


FOURTH Row:. Privates Mann, Henry; Mar- i

tin, Ralph H.; McCann, Willie; McKay, James
M.; Miller, Alva L. .



FwIH Row: Privates Moore, John E.; Nicoll,
William W.; O'Doniel, Will:am F.; Patten,
Harold R.; Pettay, John O.



Sere Row: Privates Porter, R. O.; Raines, .',
Vernon R.; Ryals, Oscar, Jr.; Scott, Marshall C.;

Sexton, Maxie E.



SEVENTH Row: Privates Sims, Barie N.;"
Smith, Max F.; Smoak, Wesley E.; Stalls,
Horace A.; Thigpen, David C.



EIGHTH Row: Privates Tillis, Emory C.;
Weiss, Richard L.; Weeks, Jack B.; West,
Thomas S.; Whitfield, Charles D. 9.

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MILTON E. HULL ALBERT B. CONNER GEORGE H. CRILL
Captain First Lieutenant First Lieutenant
Commanding





BA T T ER Y E







(Reading from Left to Right)

1 ] L L ii FIRST Row: First Sergeant Demp.
*" sey, William C.; Sergeants Adams,
Oliver; Ballard, David H.; Christen-
.. berry, Claude A.

SSECOND Row: Sergeants Clark,
Si James D.; Corbitt, Clyde; Crosby,
Henry C.; Hall, Orion M.; Huggins,
Broward; Kucsma, Ernest E.

THIRD Row: Sergeant Waldron,
Cecil C.; Corporals Beauchamp,
Royce E.; Bolander, Paul H.; Booth,
James W.; Burney, Frank M.; Hall,
Don.

FOuRTH Row: Corporals Jeffcoat,
* Dallas T.; Johnson, George W.;
Nixon, Charles L.; Ray, Charles F.;
Scarborough, William J.

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B A T T E- R Y E


















(Reading from Left to Right) I,.

FIRST Row: Privates First Class *j
Brown, James C.; Buchman, Manuel;
Futch, Millard E.; Gunter, Emanuel
E.; Griffin, Simmie J.; Herring, John
C.

SECOND Row: Privates First Class
Herring, James K.; Hinman, Charles
L.; Lester, Charlton R.; McCall,
George M.; McDaniel, Robert E.;
Missing, Earl E. m.....

THIRD Row: Privates First Class
Moran, Edwin; Ouimette, Edward J.;
Phagan, William C.; Ray, Pearl Ua.;
Simmons, Burleigh L.; Simmons, Wil-
liam J.

FouNTH Row: Privates First Class :& N k*
Smith, Charlie N.; Swilley, Reezin R.;
Taylor, Lam; West, Esley E.; Wil-
liams, Virel W.; Baston, Ralph E.

FIrrH Row: Privates Blackmar,
Chester W., Jr.; Boothe, Dewey J.;
Boothe, Eddie L.; Bundrick, Robert -
0.; Castleberry, William E.; Demp-
sey, Flavius J.

SIxTH Row: Privates Eckles, Carl
T.; Epps, Herman; Faircloth, Cecil
J.; Fields, Clinton; Fortner, Charles u- 77
C.; Francis, Lafie L.

SEVENTH Row: Privates Godwin,
Harlie; Hancock, George W.; Harde-
man, Marvin W.; Hazen, Truby H.; -
Howell, Elmer L.; Howell, Jack.

1941











B A T T E R Y E

















(Reading from Left to Right)


FIRsT Row: Privates Howze, Lonnie
L.; Hughes, James D.; Hunter, Frank;
Ingram, Harvey D.; Ingram, Preston
,. L.; Ingram, Ralph C.
:i.1
SECOND Row: Privates Ingram,
Robert C.; Jackson, Grady L.; Jenk-
ins, Walter G.; Jenkin's, Walter H.;
Johnson, Harris; Johnson, Olin E.


THIRD ROW: Privates Johnson,
j i Troy; Jones, Loomas C.; Keene, Leon
E.; Kemper, Eugene G.; Lancaster,
Robert E.; Lehman, Wiley T.



Jackson C.; Mansell, Bert R.; Mark-
ham, Thomas R.; Mellor, Andrew H.;
".. .Miller, Leonard; Norwood, Clyde.


SFF'rH Row: Privates Pugh, Nelson
E.; Robinson, Eugene W.; Singleton,
Dennis M.; Slater, Elzia H.; Swilley,
R AA" Lewis W.; Touchton, Buford H.


A': SocrH Row: Privates Tillis, Ru-
dolph E.; Walden, James C.; Wheel-
7 .- er, Odell F.; Wooten, Herman W.;
Young, James C.

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I







mo._~nd L J ,. A rso, Chrl



JAMES A. SCOTT WILLIAM V. FENTON CHARLES G. RENFRO
Captain First Llutenant First Liautenant
Commanding


B A T T E R Y F





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(Reading from Left to Right)


FIRST Row: First Sergeant MacCala, Ray-
mond L., Jr.; Sergeants Anderson, Charlie J.; .
Clemons, Myron H. -- .


SECOND Row: Sergeants Freeman, Arthur H., i :
Jr.; Harrison, Woodrow; Jackson, Steadman H.; :" .



THIRD Row: Sergeant Thompson, Jack C.;






ert T.; Stambaugh, Jere L., Jr.
Cor iley, tel P.; Comerord, Joe .; 96:



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S-.BATTERY F





(Reading from Left to Right)

Frnst Row: Privates First Class
Blue, Charles M.; Cox, Richard P.;
Daniels, Vergil A.; Goff, Ulyss L.;
Hill, Preston W.; Holm, Edward D.

.4. SEcoND Row: Privates First Class
1 Hughes, Alec A.; Hutto, John I.;
Hutto, J. T.; Kelley, James W.; Mac-
S Calla, David Q.; Patton, Raymond E.

STH TRD Row: Privates First Class
Roebke, Harrison L.; Roebke, Laur-
ence R., Jr.; Viertel, Herbert R.; Wat-
., I. son, Carrol E.; Privates Anderson,
iP i. 1 Elliot W.; Boman, Theadore S.

FOURTH Row: Privates Boman,
"-" William P.; Carlisle, Kelly C.; Davis,
Earl W.; Edwards, Vergil; Faison,
Grady; Fleming, Hoyt J.

FI'rH Row: Privates Fountain,
William R.; Halford, Connie E.;
.Hampton, William B.; Hand, James
H.; Harris, Gillis R.; Hays, Wilson
.) W.

SrTH Row: Privates Heath, Leon-
ard 0.; Hendrick, Glen; Hickmon,
S. Dewey P.; Higdon, Gurnie H.; Hin-
ton, Clarence S.; Hodge, Keith P.

SEVENTH Row: Privates Holland,
Willie D., Jr.; Howard, Harmon E.;
Howell, Arthur C.; Huffman, Willie
-'" : .. _- D.; Jennings, Solomon P.; Jowers,
N Thomas H.

.''. j EIGHTH Row: Privates Moore,
Earl W., Jr.; Orsburn, Clay A.;
Osteen, Albert; Patton, Clarence J.;
I Reed, Murray 0.; Renew, Gentry E.
r1- o r ".NINTH Row: Privates Rice, Homer

h.. : L.; Roberts, James N.; Shaffer, Jesse
D.; Smith, Louis I.; Wilder, Duward


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JAMES HOLDSTOCK
Major, 0. C.
Commanding



MEDICAL DEiACHME

16t/h 4ield A4ilde
Not Shown:
ELMO B. SOMMERS
First Lieufenanf


DAVID M. BANEN PAUL E. JONES
Captain, M. C. First Lieutenant, D. C.
19 8.. .



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MEDICAL DETAEHMENT



(Reading from Left to Right)
FrIST Row: Technical Sergeant Eagan, Patrick, L; THIRD Row: Privates Abramovitz, Henry; Ayala, Evelio
Staff Sergeant Dooley, Max L.; Sergeant Blanco, Isidore, A.; Dupuy, Edgar W.; Gomez, Thomas E., Jr.; Griffin,
Jr.; Privates First Class Baughman, William F.; Bolinger, Ryle T.; Head, Frank E.
Rober E.; Cumick, Bruce H. FoURTH Row: Privates Hicks, Burnice L.; Home, John
SECOND Row: Privates First Class deDiego, Eugene P.; A.; Jenkins, Lloyd C.; Leto, Peter C.; Nicholas, James B.;
Hiers, Ronnie F.; Houghton, Frederick A.; Karnes, Ray- Oster,.Meyers.
mond E.; Sheffield, Ariel J.; Wentzel, Robert I.
FIFTH Row: Privates Parker, Linton G., Jr.; Perez,
Ralph; Santander, Peter A.; Tamargo, Armando F.;
Valdez, Paul.














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