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124th Infantry Regiment

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Title:
124th Infantry Regiment
Uniform Title:
124th Infantry Regiment
Place of Publication:
St. Augustine, Fla.
Publisher:
State Arsenal, St. Francs Barracks
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Language:
English

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National Guard -- Florida ( lcsh )
St. Francis Barracks (Fla.) -- History ( lcsh )
History -- Saint Augustine (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Temporal Coverage:
Common Era ( 1516 - 3000 )
Spatial Coverage:
Florida

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124TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
CAMP BLENDING, FLORIDA
1941


State Arsenal
St. Fraacis
Barracks
St. AugustilGe,
Florida










STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY AFFAIRS
OFFICE OF THE ADJUTANT GENERAL




POST OFFICE BOX 1008
STATE ARSENAL, ST. AUGUSTINE
32085-1008









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(THIS SPECIAL ARCHIVES PRODUCTION HAS BEEN PRODUCED IN LIMITED
NUMBERS SPECIFICALLY FOR THE WORLD WAR II REUNION OF FLORIDA
REGIMENTS TO BE HELD IN ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA 16-19 MAY 1988







1Z4TIH INFANTRY

31ST INFANTRY DIVISION
ARMY OF THE UNITED STATES


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BLAZONRY

SHIELD: Argent, on a saltire gules between in chief a DESCRIPTION OF THE COAT OF ARMS: The huge cross is
Roman sword in sheath paleways point to base and in base representative of service of the 124th Infantry during the
a prickly pear cactus, both vert a fleur-de-lis of the first. Civil War; the Spanish Bayonet denotes participation in the
CREST: That for regiments of Florida National Guard. Spanish-American War; the Cactus is representative of
WREATH: Argent and gules. Mexican Border duty in 1916-17; service in the first World
Morro: Efficienta et Eruditio: Efficiency and Accom- War is indicated by the fleur-de-lis.
plishments. STREAMERS AUTHORIZED: World War (without in-
scription).


















HISTORY OF THE 141TH INFANTRY




That the 124th Infantry is entitled to claim its descent ON THE MEXICAN BORDER
from the first garrisons in America established in the 16th After its reorganization following the Spanish-American
century is evident through historical data obtained from War, the Florida Infantry consisted of the First and Sec-
a wide range of sources. Through the centuries its in- ond Florida. These remained in the State service with
fantry units have formed the largest component parts of only minor changes until the disturbances on the Mexican
'The Florida Militia," "Florida Rangers," "Florida State Border in 1916-17, caused the mobilization of the Second
Troops" and the "Florida Volunteers." It is not the pur- Florida into Federal service. Companies M, L and C of
pose of this history to lessen in any degree the splendid the Second Infantry served on the Border until March,
record of the other arms and services of the State, yet it 1917. The cactus on the Regimental shield of the 124th
must be admitted that throughout the changing flags of Infantry represents this duty in Mexico. Close upon the
Florida, her Infantry has played a predominant part. heels of the Border trouble came the World War. The
The motto, "Florida and Country," adopted by the 124th First Florida Infantry was inducted into Federal service
Infantry and approved by the Secretary of War for use on August 5, 1917, upon the call of the President. On the
on the Regimental coat of arms, was first used as the battle same date the Second Florida was also called to the colors.
cry of the Florida Infantrymen at the outbreak of the War The First Florida was disbanded at Camp Wheeler,
Between the States. At this time there were many infantry Georgia, and the personnel was transferred to the units of
units throughout the State which went into active service the 31st or "Dixie Division." The Second Florida was
immediately. Perhaps the best organized of these at the redesignated the 124th Infantry in September, 1917, and
outbreak of the war was the "Jacksonville Light Infantry," sailed from Camp Mills to France in October, 1918. This
established in 1857. Because of its unbroken record to the World War service is symbolized on the Regimental shield
present time, it is considered by many to be the parent by the addition of the fleur-de-lis or lily of France.
organization of the 124th. On January 1, 1919, Florida had no active, Federally
recognized National Guard. During the year, however,
"LIGHT INFANTRY" HISTORY the provisions of the National Defense Act of June 3,
The "Light Infantry" was mustered into the Confederate 1916, were put into active play and the National Guard
service as Company A, Third Florida Infantry, August 10, Regulations were published as a guide for organizing new
1861. Its first battle was at Perryville, Kentucky, in 1862, units.
but its losses were so heavy that it was consolidated with
the First Florida Infantry and this organization remained BEGINNING OF THE 124TH
with Bragg's Army until the end of the war. They fought The 124th Infantry Regiment, Florida National Guard,
at Murfreesboro, the Siege of Jackson, Chickamauga and was recognized as the First Infantry, Florida National
Missionary Ridge, and acquitted themselves in such a man- Guard, in June, 1921, and again redesignated the 124th
ner that every member of the National Guard of Florida Infantry, Florida National Guard, in May, 1924.
has reason to look with pride upon their achievements. At The 124th Infantry has had as commanding offcers:
the end of the war there was a disintegration of the military Colonel Raymond C. Turek, Colonel Vivian B. Collins,
units of the State troops, but in memory of their victories Colonel Chester H. Wilson and Colonel Preston Ayers.
the Regimental insignia bears a "satire gules" or a red Various units of. the 124th.Infantry have rendered splen-
cross, which signifies their loyalty to the Florida State flag did service in the aid of civil authority, but the Regiment
of the Confederacy. has not been called out as a whole since the World War.
After the Civil War the State Militia was very inefi&- During the July-August, 1938, Third Army Maneuvers,
ciently organized. Numerous independent military organ- held in the DeSoto National Forest, Mississippi, the Regi-
izations are mentioned during the years immediately follow- ment received many commendations for the general effi-
ing the war. By 1898, however, there were 20 companies ciency and excellence of its personnel.
of Florida State troops ready for the field. At the out- The 124th, under the command of Colonel Fred A.
break of the War with Spain, Florida was requested by the Safay, was inducted into Federal service on November 25,
Secretary of War to furnish one regiment of infantry. 1940, under the president's order declaring the existence
All 20 companies volunteered immediately and 12 were of a National emergency. On December 18, 1940, the
mustered into the Volunteer Army of the United States. various units of the Regiment were ordered to Camp Blan-
By May 23 the muster-in was complete, and the First ding, Florida, wheresthey are now stationed.
Regiment of Florida Volunteers, numbering 1,001 men, As part of the Third Army the 124th Infantry engaged
was accepted into the service of the United States. The in the extensive Louisiana Maneuvers held during July and
sheathed sword, from the Spanish War Service Medal, is August, 1941, there distinguishing itself. The Regiment
placed on the Regimental shield to commemorate this was also scheduled to participate in the maneuvers of the
service. Carolinas, beginning on October 29, 1941.

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FRED A. SAFAY
COLONEL
Commanding 124th Infantry

Colonel Fred A. Safay, commander of the 124th Infantry Regiment, was group w Lieutenant Safay. Had it not been for the efforts of the young
born June 15. 1897, at Jacksonville. Florida. From boyhood he had an Le.utenant and a few of his fellow officers In reving the National Guard
intense Interest in military affair which was fully evidenced upon the com- of the state there would have been, perhaps, no 124th Infntry Regiment today.
pletion of his education from the Ouvel County Schoois. Upon graduation In September, 1920, Company F was recognize and a three months later
from high school he enrolled at the Florida Military Academy where h Leutenant Satay received his silver bars. Promotion to Captain on July 7.
held a high scholastic average during his attendance there. On June IS 192.a resulted in Captain Safay's being given command of the Headquarters
191, when most youths of his age were thinking more of sports than of Comoany located in Jacksonville, Florida. In October 1930 Captain Safay
war, Fred Safay enlisted in Company F of the First Florida Infantry in became a Maior and was given command of the Second Battalion, 124th In
hop., of going to the Mexican Bordar. fantry. Ha held this post with credit until 1934 when he was transferred to the
Much to his disappointment, however, it was the Second Florida that regimental staff as Plans and Training Officer. Three years later Major Safay
was sent to Texas, while the First Florida was held in abeyance awaiting the was reassigned to command of the Second Battalion. In August, 1940, Major
call of the President. Salfy was promoted to Liutenant Colonel. On November 19 1940, in view
In April. 1917. Company F was called into Fedral service, and young of the national emergency Lieutenant Colonel Safay was mada a full Coonel
Safay was recommended as being good officer material. He had held and placed in command f Florida's own Regiment, which he had served so
every non-commissioned officer's assignment in his company, and had well. On November 25, 1940, 124t h Infantry was inducted into the Fedaral
qualified in all weapons as well. With the highest recommendations from irvice and shortly thereafter moved to Camp Blanding, Florida.
his superior officer. Sergeant Fred Safay wais snt to tha Fourth Officer Among the illutsrious namt anscrollad upon the roster of the 124th Infantry.
Training School at Camp Wheeaaler, Georgia. His rigid application to duty no commanding officer has excelled Colonel Safay In devotion to duty or in
while at Camp Wheeler had its reward on August 26, 1, when Sergeant ecellence of service. No Colonel of the Regiment has gained more esteem
Safay became Second Lieutenant In the Unted States Infantry, and affection from his command, or has bean tendered a greater respect.
The first assignmnt of tha young Lieutenant wa with the 121st In- An the highest typa of citioen-.oldier Colonl Safay*s civilian career hat
fantry of the Georgia National Guard, also known to fame as the "lua been one of civil and social usefulness. Serving In various capacitiee with
Bonnet Regiment." Shortly after this assignment the 121st Infantry was the State Board of Health, Colonel Safay has contributed much to the health
on its way to France. of and to the security of the citizen of Florida. Since 1924 he has labored in
After sirica with the 121st Infantry for a short time, Lieutenant Safay the field of public health and upon his induction into the Federal service on
was reassigned to the 18th United States Infantry. First Division. This Division November 2S, 1940, was holding the post of Director of Sanitation.
went through the bloody battles of the Meuse.Argonna offensive. Colonel Safay's combined military and civilian talents have often operated
When the Armistice came In November, 1918, Lieutenant Safay accompanied together in time of disaster. During the 1926 hurricane in the Miami area,
his. outfit as a part of the Army of Occupation. A highlight of this service Colonel Safay was in charge of sanitation throughout the stricken area. He
wa the participation of his organization in tha gigantic Victory Parade hed in received special commendation for his work during this emergency. In 1928
the Grand Duche of Luxembourg In honor of General John J. Pershing. Later ha was again called to serv among the ruins left by the great hurricane
Lieutenant Safay was lent to a service school in France where he graduated which swept the keys in South Florida. This talk also was done with dispatch
in the School of Scouting and Patrolling. and efficiency. In the years 1939-1940 his knowledge was again called upon
Upon his return hom to th United State Uunant Safay found that to meet th conditions found n th migratory camp of th E ade
there was no active National Guard In Florida, and that th cit of thAt tth present time, Jane, 1941. Colonel Safay s commanding th 124th
tate loked upon the re-stablishment ef the National Guard with passed Infantry, oe o the mre dtinghad infantry regiments in the Division.
difference. However, a few public-spiritfd and far-sighted men saw the Hit career will be that of the 124th Infantry if the wishes of his men are
need for a permanent armed force in tha United States, and set about to consider.i, and it is tafe to predict that his future services will be ats well
revive the dormant defense forces of tha nation. Among this farsighted little attended with honor as they have been in the past.
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124TH INFANTRYMEN SPRAY BLANK FIRE ON ONRUSHING ARMORED CAR; SCENE NEAR MONTROSE, LOUISIANA








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and to execute a rapid move to another
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shells peas. Above: Water pitchers ready for action. Above, Right. W.s5-
ong Oess kits before inspcton. CTee s a good scrobbry g th e aAd
field kitchen ts getting. Bto :Tee wl unoubtedly be ham and .. .
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C.. Left, Above: The mile post. Above: Band practice. Left; Gath-
A ered around the music box in the sergeant's tent. Left: A typical
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Writing and reading during rest period.

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Pewciel

124 TH INFANTRY
ARMY OF THE UNITED STATES



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CAMP BLANIIING, FLORIDA

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RICHARD D. SUTTON RALPH C. CRAWFORD FRED L SMITH EDGAR IR MERRILL
Firt Liute nant First Lietenant Scond Lieutenant Se on d Lieutenant
Commanding




IEAUQUARTERS COMPANY


(Reading from Left to Right) : Ti.

FIRST Row: Master Sergeant Tuten,
Charles; First Sergeant Nelson, Ralph
G.; Technical Sergeants Aspinwall,
Oliver H.; Bales, Arthur W., Jr.

SECOND Row: Technical Sergeants
Barber, George W.; Barr, George E.;
Bridges, Woodrow W.; Staff Ser-
geants Greek, Lloyd E.; Hulbert,
Frank M.; Keen, Niles A.

THIRD Row: Staff Sergeants Ray,
Richard R.; Tuten, Herman R.; Waas,
Jack M.; Sergeants Bastings, Marcel
S.; Curts, Horace E.; Gurr, Edgar E.

FOURTH Row: Sergeants Haskell,
Fred L.; Stanfield, Jack C.; Smith,
Claude D.; Corporals Anders, Nelson
R.; Bennett, Harry J.; Bevis, George
L.

FIFTH Row: Corporals Coombes,
Stoddard F.; Davidson, Herman A.;
Evans, Jack W.; Guinn, Dallas W.; "
Harris, E. J.; McCocklin, Junius C.

SIXTH Row: Corporals McDowell,
Julian P.; P-trison, Roy W.; Rudd,
Thomas J.













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(Reading from Left to Right)
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FIRST Row: Privates First Class Armstrong,
.. 'Ralph D.; Arnold, Barnie W.; Barker, Valentine
S. .. L.; Beville, Ervin R.; Beville, Leonard S.


r- i:- SECOND Row: Privates First Class Bodenhamer,
S' Ralph B.; Casey, Charles E.; Craig, Henry T.;
B ` Davidson, Charles H.; Dudley, Grover C.


iTHIRD Row: Privates First Class Farmer, Rich-
ard F.; Garrett, Orie; Golson, James B.; Green,
Leo D.; Green, Ira N.


S q FOURTH+ Row: Privates First Class Harrold,
Robert E.; Henderson, Calfrey G.; Hood, J. D.;
Lashley, Buford; Mattox, Columbus J.


Firm .Row: Privates First Class Merritt, Rich-
ard F.; Rutland, Wallace E.; Sams, Charles H.;
B Steele, James E.; Taylor, William E.


SSIrH Row: Privates First Class Whisman,
4 Jasper L.; Whittemore, James C.; Privates Bevis,
Harold T.; Blackstock, Jimmie M.; Bragg, Harold
B.


-3' SEVENTH Row: Privates Brown, Alexander;
Browning, Horace C.; Bruce, Charles L.; Camp-
bell, James L.; Carr, Robert M.


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HEADQUARTERS COMPANY




(Reading from Left to Right)


FIRST Row: Privates Casper, Melvin
H.; Chaplin, William F.; Cohen,
Hyman B.; Cohen, Joel; Coleman,
Paul B.


SECOND Row: Privates Collins,
Hugh L.; Comptoa, Thomas E.; Con-
nor, Willie S.; Corbett, George L.;
Craft, John W. r ...


THIRD Row: Privates Crane, Wil. 9 .
liam Me.; Douglass, Donald C.;
Durant, Cecil B.; Eaton, James W.; '"
Elia, William T.


FOURTH Row: Privates Ferguson,
Roy L.; Ford, John P.; Fox, James C.;
Flanzb!au, Bernard; Gibbs, Gene W.


FIFTH Row: Privates Goodwm,
Harold E.; Hiers, Austin M.; Jarrell,
Donald W.; Johns, Virgil M.;
Lapham, David M.


SIcrH Row: Privates Marks, Grady
C.; McDaniels, James W.; Osborne,
Kenneth W.; Petersen, Henry T.;
Prevatt, James J.I


SEVENTH ROW: Privates Richar,
Ralph L.; Ruby, Raymond A.; Sand-
ers, William E.; Sims, Oliver C.;
Simms, Rafford J.


EIGHTH Row: Privates Smith, Sam-
uel J.; Watkins, Thomas E.; Willens,
Paul M.; Williams, Max I.; Wright ,
Thomas J. .
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(Reading from Left to Right)
FIRST Row: Technical Sergeant Scott, Wiley B.; Staff
Sergeant Chapman, Edward J.; Sergeant Bonifield, Thomas
A.; Boutwell, Gene A.; Halpern, Herbert R.
SECOND Row: Sergeant Joiner, Ace M.; Corporals Lucas, FOURTH Row: Privates First Class Moore, Robert; Polk,
Robert E.; Williams, Norman F.; Privates First Class Harlo C.; Schert, Paul; Sutherland, Gene M.; Wade,
Allan, Eugene C.; Allen, Byron L. Harold.
THIRD Row: Privates First Class Dawson, Harry M.; FIFTH Row: Privates First Class Walker, James; Wood,
Emery, Raiford; Haworth, Richard; Handley, Cyril; Kreis, Silas; Bush, John E.; Evans, Jack B.; Lane, A. C.
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WILLIAM E. BALL JAMES A. DOWLING SANTFORD C. TOLBERT FRANK H. CROWE
First Lieutenant First Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant
Commanding



ANTITA NK COMPANY





(Reading from Left to Right)
FIRST Row: First Sergeant Stake,
Elwood P.; Staff Sergeant Nunn,
James W.; Sergeants Blank, Carl L.;
Brooks, Wilson D.
SECOND ROW: Sergeants Crumbly,
Rufus D.; Ephrem, Victor L.; Ford-
ham, Howard J.; Martin, Lee H.;
Merritt, Lloyd E.; Middleron, Clyde _
C.
THIRD Row: Sergeants Simpson,
Francis R.; Smedley, Esrel R.; "
Smith, Ted J.; Troeger, George N.;
Corporals Carlson, Frederick W.; Cox,
Fritz L.
FOURnTH Row: Corporals Flowers,
Lurie E.; Gay, Greenwood G.; Hague,
Benjamin L.; Hancock, Howard E.; .
Hawley, Fay F.; Hugas, Jauquine V. .
FuwrH Row: Corporals Jaglowski;
Eugene P.; McQuaig, Melvin L.;
Moore, Stephen L., Jr.; Nelson, Glenn C
C.; Nettles, William 0.; Poulos,
Peter G.
SIx-rH Row: Corporals Todd, Ed- A
win H.; Vallia, Wayman 0.; Vinson,
Jesse S., Jr.; White, Herbert F.;
Winn, Maxwell B.

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ANTITANK C.OM PANY








(Reading from Left to Right)

F RST Row: Privates First Class Barrow, James
T.; Batten, Gideon, Jr.; Behrnes, Allen L.; Brew-
-",. rton, Robert M.; Capo, Oscar R.

SBSECOND Row: Privates First Class Clemments,
Cliford A.; Douglas, Johnny P.; Driggers, Lem
T.; Dunn, Archie N.; Gibson, Benjamin E.

S' THIRD Row: Privates First Class Hartley, Clar-
ence L.; Harrison, John T.; Helton, Falk F.;
S "Hofifield, Gam M.; Hunt, Arthur D.

FouRn Row: Privates First Class Johnson,
Harold P.; Jones, Myron M.; Jordan, Olen J.;
Lipscomb, Henry F.;.Morris, Ernest T.

I" 'S "''2 FIFrH Row: Privates First Class Osteen, Marlin
.. '"J.; Peterson, Clarence; Rigby, Shirley G.; Saucer,
Aubrey F.; Tomko, Joseph P.

S=CTH Row: Privates First Class White, Patrick
E.; Williams, Carroll N.; Williamson, William
C.; Woods, William W.; Private Akers, Howard
'" L.

0SEVENTH Row: Privates Allen, John H.; Baber,
Chester B.; Baker, Milvin R.; Baker, Norman;
Barker, William E.

EIGHTHcr Row: Privates Barker, Willie; Bayless,
Willard J.; Beatty, James P., Jr.; Bellack, John

F., Jr.; Biciolis, Ignatius G.

S. NINTH Row: Privates Bishop, Charlie H.;
S Bledsoe, Jesse J.; Bise, William E.; Brehm, Dale
E.; Bridges, James O.

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(Reading from Left to Right)
FIRST Row: Privates Brooker, Edward F.;
Cadenhead, Hermon; Carden, Orval H.; DeLettre,
Billy H.

SECOND Row: Privates Downing, Roy E.; Eley, I
Roland T.; Elliott, Donald H.; Gipson, Joseph;


THIRD Row: Privates Jenkins, Marion F.; Jer- .





Gifford E.; Mandel, Edward J. -

FIFrH Row: Privates Manning, Andrew, Jr.; !
McCall, Elbert; McCall, Floyd L.; McQuaig, _
James A.; Miller, Bee. I r

S.IXrH Row: Privates Mills, Pearless C.; Minger, L '-
Walter T.; Mintzer, Harvey W.; Moad, Paul L.;
Nicholson, John C:

SEVENTH Row: Privates Paramore, Hardy A.; .. A
Perry, Paul E.; Porter, James B.; Pryor, John E.,
Jr.; Reddick, George." "'"!

EIGHTH Row: Privates Scott, Coy W.; Skeggs,
Paul F.; Smith, Donald S.; Stanley, Rufus R.; ,
Steele, William H. .' .

NINTH Row: Privates Sutton, Robert E.; Tom-
linson, Herbert P.; Tompkins, Leon A.; Wall, '
Albertus E.

TENTH Row: Privates Wilson, James H.; : -
Wilson, Woodrow; Winslow, William; Witt, ,
Jack R.
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SHELDON C. PARKER SAM J. WHITE, JR. WILLIAM H. BRIDGES JACK M. NICHOLSON
First Lieutenant First LIeutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant









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WILLIAM J. THOMAS LOUIE C. COX OWEN W. GRIFFIN JAMES C. SURDETT
Captain Second Lieutenant Captain First Lieutnant
Commanding




*SEVE COPN

(Reading from Left to Right)
k7r At FIRST Row: Master Sergeants Bennett. Curtis
H.: Emmerling, Frank; Menten, Peter J.; Scoville,
W__ ~ 1 JohnT.

S- SECOND Row: Technical Sergeant Govocek,
S ..- Joseph G.; Firit Sergeant Dempsey, James N.,
Jr.; Staff Sergeants Adams. Lonnie L.; Cagle,
A Beronze M.; Scoville. George W., Jr.
THIRD Row: Staff Sergeant Usina, Arthur W.;
S"Sergeants Benet. Chester E.; McKenzie, Ernest
S- M.; McQuaig, Elmer E.; Price, William H.
FOURTH Row: Sergeants Sanchez, Eugene P.:
'"" I" " i ~ Taylor, Sidney J.; Wadsworth, James L.; Cor-
S porals Groark, Harry J.; Roche, Billy B.
1. .c ,













SERVICE CO M P A N Y
















(Reading from Left to Right)


FIRsT Row: Privates First Class Alligood, Al- ,,, "n
bert Q.; Anderson, Herbert F.; Blalock, Charlie
G.; Brown, James C.; Desvousges, John M.


;ECOND Row: Privates First Class Downey,
crank F.; Fourakers, James R.; Gamsey, Jerome;
Glisson, John W.; Hall, Russell E.


THIRD Row: Privates First Class Hamlin, Wal-' 1,
lace T.; McDaniel, Eugene C.; McLeod, John;
Myers, Robert D.; Pursley, William A.


FOURTH Row: Privates First Class Riles, Edgar
D.; Skog, Harry S.; Solano, Earl J.; Corporal
Solano, James M.; Private First Class Taylor,
Manning D. -'


FIFTH Row: Privates First Class Triay, Stephen1 7
P.; Waldron, Albert; Windom, Dewey L.; Pri-
vates Anderson, Harry M.; Baker, Johnnie C.


SIXTH Row: Privates Blackwell, Nolton V.;
Cannon, William P.; Capo, Paul A.; Coyle, Rus- .
sell F.; Daniel, Otis L..\

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SERVICE COMPANY








7 .7 (Reading from Left to Right)



FIRST Row: Privates Dean, Harold C.; Dean,
SJ-- : ames W.; Dekay, Albert C.; Edwards, Sam W.


k la k2 SEcoND Row: Privates fagg, Lawrence R.;
Fogarty, Robert E.; Goff, James K.; Hall, Lonnie
I, 4 C.; Khoury, William J.


S1 THIRD Row: Privates Lackey, Jimmie M.;
Lackey, J. W.; Leonard, George T.; Marks, Wil-
'- liam K.; Mitchell, Richard M.


FoURTH Row: Privates Mixon, James A.;
Moreton, Julian V.; Reynolds, Homer V.; Roche,
, ., I- J A ... Joseph V.; Sellers, Louis L.


FIFTH Row: Privates Sheller, Eugene W.;
Smith, Rabon L.; Smith, Tommy C.; Snyder,
3.... s t .. .. Aaron;-Stephens, Emmit J.


SSixTH Row: Privates Taylor, Bernard; Thig-
pen, Vivian J.; Todd, Auburn L.; Thompson,
L., Jack S.; Triay, Raymond J.
-kJai S.; Tr-4 In H., !


S SEVENTH Row: Privates Warren, Murrah M.;
.Wason, Leon R.; West, Harold L.; Wynn,
George.
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HENRY W. McMILLAN, JR. HAROLD C. WASHBURN
Lieutenant Colonel Major
Commanding Executive Oticer



BA U UA T E R

4Znd /Atitari
WILLIAM H. DIAL
First Li.utlnant
Adjutant







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HEA QUARTEHS DETACHMENT
FIRST BATTALION






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RAYMOND ST. J. SPRAGUE
First Lieutenant
Commanding




I (Reading from Left to Right)
FIRST Row: First Sergeant Thomp.
son, Ira S.; Staff Sergeants Arant,
James C.; Van Norden, Alfred H.;
Sergeant Colbert, Hal A.; Corporals
"" A Barwick, Charles L.

--: kA SECOND Row: Corporals Johnson,
"A jArthur; Kehoe, Emmett W.; Stein-
meyer, Harry A.; Tiller, William W.;
SPrivates First Class Agee, Cecil G.
THIRD Row: Privates First Class
Belcher, Titus L.; B!air, Robert C.;
Hilton, James A.; Hobbs, Raymond
S.; Hughes, George A.
FOURTH Row: Privates First Class
Schultz, Harold F.; Privates Bean,
"Robert H.; Beecher, Johnie R.; Blan-
S ton, Ernest W.; Blouin, Timothy R.
FFTHr Row: Privates Broic, George;
"3: '" Byers, James C.; Carter, Royal A.;
Cazak, John P.; Clark, Tillman R.

( T SIXTH Row: Privates Colbath,
Francis W.; Connor, Arthur B.; Di-
Blasio, Dominic A.; Fischer, George
A.; Fuller, Louis L.
'SEVENTH Row: Privates Hazard,
John R.; Senkarik, Joseph V.; Wal-
Sthall, Randall P.; White, Edward O.

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JOHN J. KLEIN TERRY 0. PATTERSON JOSEPH J. SPENCE LEWIS M. HAMNER ROGER W. MALOOF
First Lieutenant First Lieutenant First Lieutenant Second Liautenant Second Lieutenant
Commanding

















(Reading from Left to Right)
PAA A
















FIRST Row: First Sergeant Marshall,
Arthur R.; Staff Sergeant Willett, .
Joseph B.; Sergeants Bennett, Lester ;
W.; Collins, Benjamin F.; Ellington,
William T.; Hall, Herbert J. "

SECOND Row: Sergeants Henson,
son, Jesse O.; Kessler, Bruce R.; Kirk.
man, Thomas H.; Lusk, Roy H.; Mc-
Clain, Allen F.; Merrill, William K.

THIRD Row: Sergeants Nelson, Em.
mett L.; Pamplin, Dellis N.; Reed,
Henry J.; Sullivan, William R.;
Wood, Burton M.; Wood, Joseph E.

FOURTH Row: Corporals Berry,
George H.; Felts, Herman A.; Ham-
ilton, Clayton W. Lawhorn, Cecil B.;
Marks, Joe W.; Matthews, Alton W.

FIFrH Row: Corporals Murphy,
Leverette F.; Myrick, William R. E.;

Samson, David H.; Sheller, Gaylord
E.'; Walter, Harry G.; Young, Adam
B.hrR;SafSegatWlet














-COMPANY A







(Reading from Left to Right)

i FiRsT Row: Privates First Class Blomeley, Wil-
liam S., Jr.; Brown, Wendell J.; Covington, Rob-
err C.; Dearth, Golden B.; Dowling, Joseph J.

SECOND Row: Privates First Class Felts, Otis
G.; Knowles, Paul E.; McCall, Ralph G.; Mc-
Carrick, Samuel B.; Miller, Allan.


THIRD Row: Privates First Class Moe, Norris
B.; Murano, Angelo P.; Ogden, Leadlay H.;
Petty, Clement L.; Plane, William F.

J .FourTH Row: Privates First Class Preeschl,
Donald R.; Rankin, James W.; Roberts, Willard;
.- Sgro, Joseph M.; Shiver, Carl W.

FI TH Row: Privates First Class Smith, Hugh
M.; Smith, Thomas E.; Spence, Mose W.; Stock,
James R.; Strickland, Kenneth W.

SLxTH Row: Privates First Class Summers,
Thomas J.; Traylor, Charles S.; Van Wyk, Mau-
rice J., Jr.; Welch, Walter, Jr.; Wells, Ralph R.


SEVENTH Row: Private First Class Young, Ples
D.; Privates Alexander, Frank J.; Allen, George
E.; Adams, Clana J.; Ball, Vernon M.


EIGHTH Row: Privates Brown, Homer G.;
Caprolloni, Nicholas J.; Carey, Ralph A.; Carp,
Maynard L.; Carr, Andrew J.


S NINTH Row: Privates Carroll, Clifford M.;
Carson, John W.; Cartledge, James C.; Carter,
Howard B.; Carter, James M.


TENTH Row: Privates Carter, William R.;
Cathcart, James A., Jr.; Childress, Ralph L.;
Chronister, John C.; Clay, Donald J.

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COMPANY A

%



(Reading from Left to Right) ..' '

FiRST Row: Privates Clay, Hubert r.-
D.; C!ayton, Charles M.; Claytor, Ed.
gar D.; Clendenen, Charles M.;
Creager, Paul S.; Crossan, James W.

SECOND Row: Privates Daniel, John

C.; Dove, Leroy E., Jr.; Duncan,
Lawrence E.; Durst, Marshall 0.

THIRD Row: Privates Duvall, Nor- i f
man E.; Everett, William F.; Fischer,
John T.; Gyorok, Paul J., Jr.; Hagan,
Rufus R.; Harden, Rodrigus B. .

FOURTH Row: Privates Hardin, 6.
Paul B.; Heery, Martin F.; Hoard,
John C.; Houck, Edward M.; Ingham,
Albert L.; Kennedy, Wilson.

FIrTH Row: Privates Knowles,
Gladstone M.; Kokes, William B .; .
Lack, Oscar R.; Lands, Obie C.;
Lanier, Reuben E.; Lord, Neal F.

SIXTH Row: Privates Miller, Car-
roll T.; Miller, Norman E.; Morgan,
John P.; Morgan, Walter V.; Morris,
Ivy T.; Nelson, John T.
Pali B.: Rechert, Geore Ric e. .

SEVENTH Row: Privates Phelps,
Harris W.; Pickett, John M.; Ragans,
Paul B.i Reichert, George; Richter,
Robert; Rimes, Oran T. "-.1 ': .'

EIGHTH Row: Privates Rood,
Homer J.; Rosen, Louis; Rosenbalm,
Edward C.; Sandiford, Marvin; Scott,
Robert J.; Smith, Patrick J. ., .

NINTH Row: Privates Stetser, W.;
Tart, Joe F.; Thornton, Wallace W.;.
Toske, Willard H.; Vaughn, Edgar
W.; Vaughn, Percy.

TENTH Row: Privates Wagoner,
Charles J.; Whatley, Jesse W.; Whet-
stone, Andrew J.; Winfield, H.
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SHIRLEY H. DIX WALTER G. SMITH ROBERT B. TURNER JR. ROY H EDDY CLAiEm CE
First Lieuteant Fint LIhutnant First Liun..nt SC cold d Lieutenant SA-s.Ld L
7osr C le B7
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S i.-l ,'... S O D, O ," ,, Sergeant. C-s..
Cop !r Fre d J. ; Hero e A Clo yd G .,


: ..I "S ,'*i. -''".'1.z_. .aI -_ : .'.^'.L"Mc J ames Owen A. S Metcalf,Jack.
S THIRD ROW: Sergeants Moore.
1,- p~


i Jame. Jr.; Murray, Ward C;






] H. DIXWALTE G NikstaiSiT, Walter C.; O'Hara, E ;N-
"-- -. L=ward P.; Rollins, Levin H., Jr.; Sinad
Smonie, Thomas F.

j. ,.. FouRST Row: Sergeants Swar.n,
.-I Don L.; Weaver, Donald ntC.; Wes-
man, John P.; Corporals Campbell
John G.; Cerngla, Alfred M.; Dol-
.Bowse, Lo s B.









.; Gooms, Russell E.; Jackson,


W' J D... ..l. ., Marsh, Aubrey L.; Martin, CliEford
-~~.^ ...'~ : S.,i. "W--r' .._..a-.THI Row: Corporals Newb,,
-' T 'William G.; Redman, Lon K.; Su-
S- rbier, Leo K.; Titman, William .L;
b Loi i.
.













C M P A N Y B





(Reading from Left to Right) .
FIRsT Row: Privates First Class t r,
Austin, Vernon; Berner, Herbert H.; "
Berry, Ervin H.; Brookbank, Marion
H.; Cerniglia, William J.; Carter,
Fred W.
SECOND Row: Privates First Class .j
Crosby, Norman C.; Culpepper,
Marion T.; Detzel, Joseph M.; Donn, }'I I?\
James; Ebbets, John A.; Fuller, Ozro.
THIRD Row: Privates First Class
Gardner, Charles A.; Gill, William
A.; Gilman, Jack; Gray, Roger P.;
Hodges, Cecil C.; Hofiman, Leo L. C i
FOURTH Row: Privates First Classi
Hull, Ellis P.; Hull, lulus E.; John- i- i
son, Harold T.; Kelley, Francis M.; _
Laws, Eugene L.; Maramba, Mariano .. j- _'.

FIFTH Row: Privates First Class =
Miller, James S.; Moss, Irving 0.; .
Noel, Ottis A.; Phillips, Roscoe D.; \Q-2 LI'' V
Pitre, James D.; Pope, James T. t ""' "
SocTH Row: Privates First Class ,
Price, Jeffrey F.; Rogers, Laurie J.;
Scharber, Marcel A.; Sever, John W.; I
Shelton, Roland H.; Spurway, Thomas '
D., Jr.
*^~~~ ~~ -^."^.^_;
SEVENTH Row: Privates First Class
Stewart, Alfred C.; Taylor, Harry E.; ,- .- "
Voss, William T.; Watford, Clifton
J.; Privates Allen, Curtis F.; Allen,;} '
Kenneth M.
EIGHTH Row: Privates Barger, ...
Harvle D.; Bosworth, Ellis H.; Brant- -: .
ley, James B.; Bridges, Maurice \V.; '
Brooke, Dillon D.; Byars, Leland A.
NINTH Row: Privates Carlson,
Palmer; Carter, William E.; Cheek,
Luster; Coachman, Horace H.; Con- -. : :
Ion, Patrick J.; Cox, James E. :.

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i. COMPANY B
&5=~ .... I" -- .*-7.'-.A


t' l FIRsT Row: Privates Craig, Otto
-. L Q.; Deringer, Don F.; Detzel, Howell
S... ". M.; Ferrall, Thomas N., Jr.; Fidler.
Dale R.; Flippo, Arley R.
S SECOND Row: Privates Foehrktoi .
S" John W.; Foley, Alden V.; Fox.
si- Johnnie C.; Frazier, Robert D.; Funk.
r Dale E.; Gay, Richard A.
THIRD Row: Privates Garman, John
S"~ I : T i w.; Gentzen, Charles A.; Germeyer.
Si John H.; Gleason, Walter A.; Good.
Walter E.; Gosnell, William F.
S'- .-- i FOURTH Row: Privates Grabitsk:.
S y Marcellus A.; Green, Ellsworth V.:
Groo, Joseph A.; Groover, William
SA.; Group, Wayne A.; Gudeliky, A:.
CHj bert R.

.... : FIFTH Row: Privates Gun:cr
George B.; Hallett, Sheldon W.:
Hantges, Leo P.; Hawks, Eiwood:
'2 err C.
HefflefnSger, Brady 0.; Hoard, Roe-

SSLTH Row: Privates Hoke, Jose:-
- -'-i ?/. iR.; Hoss, Carl E.; Huddleston. Janro
-. E.; Hunt, Arthur F.; Hurst. Sha:e:
SL.; Jackson, Paul J.
~ SEVENTH Row: Privates Jachimnk.
l Joseph; Jansen, Elmer E.; Johnsc
Lawrence P.; Kilgore, Paul F.:
Knauer, Julius J.; Lassof, Theodcrt.
EIGHTH Row: Privates Lee, Dar-e.
'. .: Lovell, Harris H.; Mobley, Clin::-
"i .L.; Moeller, Max D.; Mooney, Jce
T.; Morris, William B.
NINTH Row: Privates Nels;o.
Roger W.; Parker, Billy D.; Por.!.
Laurin H.; Richberg, Hoyt P.; R:-
arts, Edward W.; Rosier, James B.

____ TENTH Row: Privates Russ, Leu-.e!
W * .L.; Saunders, Laurence A.; Sc:-
< George G.; Sheehee, Hilliard E.;
'i' >Siegel, George J.; Stevens, Henry Q.

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-,.'F / i -, _' .
BEN W. MILLER OLIVER W. HARTWELL HARRY M. WILMER CLARENCE D. GRAY JAMES B. BROOKS
First Lieutenant Fir Leutenant Firt Lieutenant Second LiJutenant Second Lieutenant

















C.*0. CLEMENT






FIRST Row: Staff- Sergeant Zinnifell,
Albert .; Sergeants Abdo, Peter F
Cook, George G.; Garvey, Ljack A. -7





Edwin C.: Stevens, Max D.: William- '.
THIRD Row: Sergeants Stevens,

son, Leo C.; Woodruff, Alwyn L.;
Corporals Brown, Horace L.: Bur-
bridge, John D. "
FOURTH Row: Corporals Church,
John R.; Hutchins. Neal C.: Kearns, .
Arthur J.; Kemp, Thomas E.; Kite,
Lorin N.: Lariscy, Ralph W.
FIFTH Row: Corporals Levak,
Michael; Morgan. John W.: Mulkey,'
Tom D.: Ross, Donald A.: Waters.
Addie M.; Wingate, James M.
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S COMPANY C







(Reading from Left to Right)


Allen, Hoven O.; Ashley, Floyd F.;
Barnes, Clinton P.; Bow, Richard E.;
Brady, Hugh F.; Brooker, Benjamin
F.
N SECOND Row: Privates First Class
Brown, Thomas G.: Bryan, Marion
D.; Conner, Lewis S.; Crosby, Glen;
Delk, Albert J., Jr.; Garner, James M.

THIRD Row:- Privates First Class
Garner, Bob M.; Grenfell, Robert K.;
-. Hiers, Hubert L.; Lick, Orin L.;
Long, George D.; Mattox, Walter D.
FOURTH Row: Privates First Class
McCarley, John J.; Osborne, Walter
H.; Pinner, Elmer D.; Reynolds,
George D.; Sapp, Alfred J.; Savage,
S. Charles W.

FIFTH Row: Privates First Class
Smith, Terrell H.; Smith, William
M.; Strebe, Clifford S.; Tinsley, Hol-
lis D.; Webb, Roy; White, Charles W.

SIXTH Row: Privates Atkinson, Joe
M.; Balicki, Mitchell; Barnes, Glenn
H.; Bensel, Robert F.; Boring. John
T., Jr.; Bowen, Constant, Jr.

SEVENTH Row: Privates Boyette,
Jesse T., Jr.; Brooks, Wiley B.; Burns,
Rubin A.; Campbell, Edward F.;
,"Campbell, Hagey F.; Campbell, Harry


V&EIGHTH Row: Privates Chapman,
Arthur L.; Chapman, Kenneth 0.;
Clement, Mike B.; Coggins, T. R.;
er CDouglas, Jack M.; Duncan, Robert H.

NINTH Row: Privates Ewarr, John
H.; Forehand, Rannie W.; George,
Harris B.; Hall, James T.; Hays, Car-
lyle F.; Herndon, Joseph W.

TENTH Row: Privates Hilfer, Rob-
ertr; Himmelheber, Eugene L.; Hog-
sert, Luther J.; Holland, Charlie A.;
Jordan, James H.; Jowers, Warren L.


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COMPANY C *






(Reading from Left to Right)

FIRST Row: Privates Kalwa, Joseph
J.; Kepner, Charles P.; Kiesling, Her-
man F.; King, Hugh I.

SECOND Row: Privates King, Wil-
liam D.; Kocienda, Walter E.; Kuhns, "
James L.; Lanious, Chester R., Larter,
Robert B.; Lawrence, Thomas P.

THIRD Row: Privates Lawrence,
Paul E.; Lemons, Paul G.; Lightner,
Charles G.; Malczewski, Daniel J.;
Marquis, Billy S.; Mauer, Milton H.

FounRTH Row: Privates McGee,
Leaston M.; McGovern, Walter M.;
Minx, Earl O., Jr.; Moulder, Gene
V.; Myers, Jacob H.; Near, Manuel
H.

FIFTH Row: Privates Neat, Alvin
C.; Neiman, Ralph E.; Nelson, Paul
E.; Newbill, Marion L.; Nintle, Glenn
W.; O'Brien, Thomas L.

SIXTH Row: Privates Orton, Leon
H.; Owens, Dewitt; Palcher, Edward
E.; Pellom, Herman L.; Prescott,
Cleveland; Putnam, Jimmie E.

SEVENTH ROW: Privates Ridgewa y,
James A.; Roberts, Gene C.; Rushing,
Edward M.; Safer, Charles E.; Sea-
man, Carl A.; Shadle, Victor M. 4.-- .

EIGHTH Row: Privates Simone, Vic-
tor V.; Stewart, Samuel E.; Stratton,
Alfred L.; Strickland, Malcolm;
Sykes, Lorace W.; Thompson, George
G. f

NINTH Row: Privates Thompson,
Ralph J.; Valentine, Elvin W.; Valen-
tine, Frederick O.; Verboys, Edward
A.; Vickers, William H.; Vierling,
James.
TENTH Row: Privates Ward, Wes-
ley G.; Wethy, Roy B.; White, Leon ._*
H.; Williams, Earnest W.; William-
son, Woodrow W.; Witterbrook,
John W.

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CHARLES B. SCHIRARD GEORGE J. VOTAW RUSSELL E. WHETSTONE JOHN S. BRAND DAVID C. MORGAN
,--







First Lieutenant First Lieutennt First Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Second LIeutenant








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C e ..-iding
CH S '" S WILLIAM F. RUNGE











P,'- .- ... '. "". FIRST Row: First Sergeant Howell, Herman L.;
1 A A Staff Sergeant Benton, Jack M.; Sergeants Cul-
-t pepper, Carroll W.; Geromanos, Leon A., Jr.;
Hamil, Clinton C.
H' SECOND Row: Sergeants Knight, Robert A.;
SA i g Rabun, Carl M.; Raburn, Britt; Renaud, James
L.; Vickery, Phillip M.
THIRD Row: Corporals Collier, Edward M.;
David, John G.; Davidson, Mansel J.; Doker,
Si~Harold; Flumm, Philip W., Jr.
SFOURTH Row: Corporals Green, Charles F.;
Hartman, Wilbur C.; Harvey, Clyde W.; Kellner,
Waldo W.; Klicker, Walter T., Jr.

S FIFTH Row: Corporals McIntyre, Charles H.;
Reaves, John R., Jr.; Sharpe, Harry R.; Stinson,
Roy J.; Scovall, Eugene K.














C M P A N Y D






(Reading from Left to Right) j ; .-

FIRST Row: Privates First Class
Bailey, Luther M.; Baker, Ernest C.; -
Barat, Steve; Bauman, Robert O.

SECOND Row: Privates First Class -
Beecher, William R.; Benton, Kenneth "
Coursey, William L.; Cunningham,
Wesley O. "rI F .m


THIRD Row: Privates First Class
Evans, Edward F., Jr.; Flumm,
Charles G.; Fletcher, Ralph L.; ""
Fritchey, Reeves P.; Hildum, Roy B.;
Hill, Josh.

FOURTH Row: Privates First Class
Hogan, James C.; Johnson, Levy V.;.
Jones, Amos E.; Lee, Jesse U.; Reaves, ;- '
James C.; Rudd, James D." '

FIFTH Row: Privates First Class ':
Starnes, Johnie A.; Tyner, Ausburn /
C.; Privates Benecke, Herman R.; ,
Bryant, Bancroft L.; Bulger, Ray- -. ..
mond A.; Cannella, Joe L. A;

SIXTH Row: Privates Crandall,
Charles L.; Curry, Oscar J.; Earnest,
Duel; Ellis, William D.; Emerson,
James L.; Fleeman, James W. -'1 A

SEVENTH ROW: Privates Gariepy, A 7
Gilbert N.; George, Peter J.; Halpern,
James G.; Hammer, Fred; Hart, Ar- /
nold P.; Hayes, Wilmot F.

EIGHTH Row: Privates Hubbard, -
Albert W.; Hughes, Fred R., Jones,
Oscar W.; Kittrell, Richard S.;
Kreitzman, Louis; La Forest, Rex E.

NINTH Row: Privates Lee, Forrest te4 y, k I _
H.; Lehnhard, Louis M.; Lindsey, 7 ". '"
Halva F.; Lipsitz, Milton L.; Manges, Y -'
Harry L.; Maynard, Grady P.

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y -C C O M PA N Y D





Y i. (Reading from Left to Right)

SFIRST Row: Privates Cormick, Billie M.; Mon-
." teneri, Vincent; Moore, William W.; Murphy,
1 Lamar; Musselwhite, Calvin A.


-, SECOND Row: Privates Paluch. Frank, Jr.:
--.' "-. Parrish. Michael G.: Patrick, William J.; Pearce,
James A.; Peddy, John T.
F1A
SA THIRD Row: Privates Perryman, Patrick S.;
Poplo. Charles; Poston, Fred D.: Price, Douglas;
,Pugliese, Albert J.


.' .. FourTH Row: Privates Rakestraw, Paul V.;
Reagan, James H.; Regan, William T.; Riley, Jay
W.; Ringley, Albert.

SIFTH Row: Privates Roberts, Floyd R., Rohr-
baugh, Earl W.; Romines, William H.; Roper,
Oscar R.; Rosen, Edwin.

STSLTH Row: Privates Rosensteel, Charles R.;
Rubenstine, Earl W.; Sands. Millard C.; Shackle-
ford, Hillera T.; Shields, John W.


'SEVENTH Row: Privates Shull. John W.;
r t I *- Sikora, .Chester J.; Smith, Nick; Stephens, Wil-
liam A.; Stevens, William L.

EIGHTH Row: Privates Sullivan, Harold J.;
S. Sutherland, Allen P.; Tate, Charles W.; Thomp-
.-. r' son, Thomas L.; Wagner, Levi E.

S NINTH Row: Privates Waits, William B.;
Webb, Luther L.; Weishaar, Eugene J.; Welford,
Guy E.; West, William V.


TENTH Row: Privates Whitlock, Lawrence B.;
SWilliams, Maurice E.; Wilson, Bernard C.;
!! Wingo, Emmett L.; Wolford, Dennis P.

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SHETON H. PIERCE
Co-. ,ading -- Off ,. .-
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First Li u n..ant
Adjutant








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RICHARD G. KIDD, JR. FRANCIS A. SWOPE
First tenantt First etean
Commanding




HEA UAR TERMS DETAI HMENT

geccwa /2aalibo



INd "(Reading from Left to Right)
FIRST Row: Staff Sergeants Carlisle,
L Al K.; Dennis, James H.; Sergeant
5. ~Dobbs, Robert L.; Corporals Edwards,
.William A.; Hazen, Thomas C., Jr.;
Jackson, Walter M.
SECOND Row: Corporals Johnson,
Walter E.; Law, Milan K.; Long, Rob-
er C.; Privates First Class Baker,
Owen B.; Burkhalter, Dewitt T., Jr.;
Fernandez, Joseph I.
THIRD Row: Privates First Class
.Holland, William H.; Silcox, George
C.; Walker, Joseph S.; Privates Ayers,
S Fred W.; Bailey, Charles T.; Bryant,
Noah.

.FOURTH Row: Privates Burke,
__1 George W., Jr.; Canova, Fredrick J.;
"- Carter, Eugene C.; Chaney, Eugene;
Chaney, Joe; Coker, James F.
FirH Row: Privates Connell, Noah
H.; Davis, Gifford J.; Dawson,

L L man, Paul R.; Gantt, William S.
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(Reading from Left to Right)
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lURNICE H. BELL ALBERT E. DURRELL MARVIN A TURNER








SECOND R : Sergeants Cannon,t F t S d L nan








Jesse N., Jr.; Carver, Burnice; Chap- K_
man, Robert V.; Dale, George H.;
COPANY E









(Reado, Cecilrom L.; Greene, Lavato R ght) n

FIRS Row: Firs Sergeant Yayes, J :
Calmer .; Henry, Noel P.; Newon, i- 1 .
Johnam A.; Bowles, Howard S.; Brown, Har-




ton, Cecil S.; Weaver, Bernard A.
SECOND Row: Sergeant Cannonver,





William D.; Corporals Barber, James
Jesse N., Marvin P.; Carver, Burnice; ar- -i .I
man, V.; Collins, Ernest W.;V.; Dale, Gill, Leorge H
FGo Row: Corporals Greene, Lavaughne,

Clifron W.; Henry, Thomas MP.; Jr.; -





Howard, Green V.; Lanier, Barney,S; Touch
J r.; Newton, James H.; Nolan, Hous-
THon Row: Sergeant aS.e
William D.; Corporals Barber, James

B.; Brown, Marvin P.; Carver, Mar- ) ,-









SFIFTH Row: Corporals Plymel,
Clifton W.; Henry,, homas M Jr. .i .. .. .

Howard, Green V.; Lanier, Barney, .
Jr.; Newton, James H.; Nolan, Hous-


SillTr Row: Corporals Plymel .
Ernest L.; Rogers, John W., Jr.;
Schneider, Joseph C.

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C 0 M P A N Y E














S(Reading from Left to Right)


Si FIRST Row: Privates First-Class Beasley, Alex-
S .ander D.; Bell, James I.; Bell, Reid; Boatright,
Monroe A.


:Ij SECOND Row: Privates First Class Brannan,
Harry F.; Cannon, Fred W.; Carpenter, Lynn;
Collins, Emmitt M.; Collins, James E.


THIRD Row: Privates First Class Connell, Fred
SJ.; Dasher, Thomas I.; Durden, William C.; Goff,
Bernard D.; Golden, Jack.


FOURTH Row: Privates First Class Graham,
Norval M.; Graham, William E.; Griffin, H. G.;
Howard, Theron R.; Johnson, Albert M.


F TH Row: Privates First Class Jones, Elza;
Kaufman, John C.; Keen, James R.; Kent, Lester
W.; Knight, Carlton D.


SixTH Row: Privates First Class Lanier, Leslie
R.; Lashley, Ernest C.; Lashley, Joe E.; Lee, Cur-
tis T.; Miller, Johnnie C.


: ;- SEVENTH Row: Privates First Class Mills, Earl
V.; Mobley, Osborn L.; Morrison, Julian M.;
McMullen, Robere A.; McMullen, Melvin L.

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(Reading from Left to Right)


FIRSTr Row: Privates First Class Olive, William :
A.; Owens, John T., Jr.; Pearson, Johnie A.;
Phillips, Odis P.



SECOND Row: Privates First Class Powell, Roy 9 .. I
C.; Skinner, Steve E.; Smith, Glenn; Smoker,
Samuel R., Jr.; Vann, Cecil E.



THIRD Row: Privates First Class Vann, Pete;
Wager, Leonard F.; Watts, John H.; West, Her-
man L.; Williams, James P.



FOURTH Row: Private First Class Wix, DeWitt
L.; Privates Bembry, Marvin: Cannons, Ernest E.;
Case, Robert H.; Combs, Roger B.



FIFTH Row: Privates Connell, Willie; Crispin,
Raymond C.; Farrar, George A.; Fried, Charles 1.
E.; Gibson, Wilson P.


SIXTH Row: Privates Gilliam, Dennis W.; Gil-
reath, William G.; Glass, Ray; Glisson, Rcbert
S.; Gold, Jerome R.


SEVENTH Row: Privates Gordon, Haynes T.;
Greenlees, Gordon K.; Grinstead, Milton A.;
Hagin, Dave R.; Hatch, Donald D.



EIGHTH Row: Privates Herrin, Don W.; Hes-
ter, Marlin C.; Home, Elmer L.; Hott, Jo;eph
A., Jr.; Hulst, Carl. t


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i- COMPANY E





(Reading from Left to Right)

] i- FIRST Row: Privates Janosi Alfred H.; Jones,
Stanley J.; Keyes, Roy B.; LaFlamme, Florimont
E.

SECOND ROW: Privates Lee, John L.; Lowery,
William J.; Manhof, Jack F.; Meyer, Melvin
0.; Miles, Richard S.

THIRD Row: Privates Millsap, Ronald J.;
Mooney, Cossie; Newman, Fred L.; Nieswiadomy,
Michael V.; Norton, William F.

FOURTH Row: Privates Ottaviana, Dominick;
ijI Palyszeski, George; Peterson, Edison L.; Peterson,
John A.; Peterson, Noel B.
7 :FIFTH Row: Privates Pont, Colman; Prevatt,

Reese, Girlie G.
^3^1 9'l r *i dr tFrancis M.; Prevatt, John P.; Proctor, Louis E.;

-, .. SIXTH Row: Privates Rhone, George L.; Robin-
Ison, Earsel E.; Samodovitz, Benjamin; Schaufele,
Fraser G.; Schoen, Meredith G.

i f .v SEVENTH Row: Privates Serkin, Bernie J.;
disk I e5 1i Shumate, Walter G.; Simms, George E., Jr.;
Stewart, Leslie M.; Stulc, Roy F.

'' IEIGHTH Row: Privates Strickland, Wilmarth;
Swafford, William R.; Tapley, Arthur L., Jr.;
Tillery, Aubrey P.; Tompkins, Walter T., Jr.

I NINTH Row: Privates Violette, Adrian J.;
Wadlow, George C.; Waldron, Elver D.; Ward,
James M.; Warren, Pafford W.

.'. .TTNTH Row: Privates Weller, Frank K.;
White, Joseph T.; Willis, Norman H.; Yarchick,
James W.; Zug, John C.
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FRANK M. WHIDDON PAUL D. LANGFORD LOUIE C. WADSWORTH HAROLD P. CLAUS WILLIAM S. HORNE
Captain Firnt Lieutenant First Lieutenant Scond Lieutenant Second Lieutenant
Commanding


CO M ANY F







(Reading from Left to Right)
FIRsr Row: First Sergeant Strayer,
Fred M.; Staff Sergeant Brown, John "7 -
W.; Sergeants Acosta, Edward I.;
Alderman, William R.

SECOND Row: Sergeants Bernreuter, "
Herman C.; Carter, George C., Jr.;
Chase, Raymond W.; Foster, Carl K.; =77* 4
Foster, James E.; Hill, Wallace L.
THIRD Row: Sergeants Kersey Her
bert W.; Lampru, Paul D.; Martin,
George E.; Martin, James H.; Mc-
Gahee, Hunton; Meadows, Henry C. .
FOuSTH Row: Sergeants Shiferdek, S A t *
Lyle E.; Smith, Jesse J.; Smith, Wil- t. j.= :z4
liam H.; Windham, Euthon A.; Car.
porals DeLoach, James W.; Garcia, ,' 1. "-..
Joseph A.
FIFTH Row: Corporals Gilmer, John
T.; Greene, Wilmer B.; Helsabeck,-
Kenneth 0.; Hinson, Davis M.; Ken- ,j 'Z -s :
nedy, William E.; Norton, Marcus L.
SIXTH Row: Corporals Perez, Steve ,' "
F.; Shockley, Lewis A.; Trent, John
SI W
S.; Wells, James L.; Young, James B
Charc"-,. ' -- -i...d ''. _ -:",Il .;CI -iI

















COMPANY F







(Reading from Left to Right)

FIRST Row: Privates First Class Albritton,
Eason J.; Balaguer, Adolph F.; Barnjum, Albert




E.; Barrett, Norman R.; Barry, Theophilus G.;
Bary, Ralph R.; Baxmann, George R.

THIRD Row: Privates First Class Belin, Clelan
L.; Benton, James A.; Beugner, Leo F.; Blanton,
Vennis R.; Brewer, Forrest V.

FouRTH Row: Privates First Class Calan,
Woodrow P.; Carpenter, Heyward T.; Collins,
Wilbur C.; Commander, Perry; Crews, Emory.

FIFTH Row: Privates First Class Douglas, Bern-
ard B.; Drury, Jack H.; Eddy, Leslie C.; Fox-
worth, Clarence F.; Gonzalez, Leo.

A SIxTH Row: Privates First Class Goodson, Wil-
liam E.; Graham, Francis G.; Griffn, Bennie M.;
Harden, Olaf E.; Hart, James E.

SEVENTH Row: Privates First Class Ingram,
Elmore F.; Joyce, Gardner W.; Kidd, Neal G.;
Kirkland, Lonnie N., Jr.; Knight, Paul M.

EIGHTH Row: Privates First Class Mainor,
Tom D.; Nelson, Willard D.; Perez, Charles H.;
Roberts, Robert W.; Salter, William T.

NINTH Row: Private First Class Scheffer, David
O.; Privates Alday, Albert; Alday, Hubert; Alex-
: ander, Orman W.; Almond, Nolan A.

TENTH Row: Privates Anderson, W. A.; An-
derson, Joseph A.; Barrett, Cecil M.; Barrett,
John M., Jr.; Beasley, Dewey A.


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COMPANY F -

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(Reading from Left to Right)

FIRST Row: Privates Beaver, Lewis P.it. -
A.; Benenhaley, Edgar R.; Bennett, r '1
Robert L; Bodiford, Emerson P. 9 *

SECOND Row: Privates Bowers. Paul ..t _
A.; Braddock, Albert W.; Brown, W
James L.; Broxton, Royal J.; Bryant,
Luke D.; Bullington, Newton P.

THIRD Row: Privates Bunk, Max -
M.; Campbell, Gordon; Carnett Rich-
ard I.; Carter, Elmer; Chakurda, '


FOURTH Row: Privates Costa,
Rocco; Crawford, William S.; Crews,
James A.; Crews, Leslie B.; Daley,1
Chester W.; Davis, Bernard C.

FIFTH Row: Privates Davis, David
E.; Dean, Willie T.; Drizcoll, Wil-
liam J.; Duncan, Theodore Y.; Dur- -- 1 '*
ner, Roy D.; Dusch, Joseph G.

SIXTH Row: Privates Echols, Wood."
row; Flanagan, Orville A.; Fuhrmann.
John H.; Garren, Lester; Gray, John r : '
M., Jr.; Gwynes, Raymond A. ;

SEVENTH Row: Privates Hancock, i
Joseph A.; Harbison, John C.; Har- Y C
per, John D., Jr.; Harris, Leo; Heath,
Lawrence G.; Hicks, Vernon W.


Francis R.; Jenkins, Hillis F.; King,
Howard R.; Kingsley, Johnnie W.;
LaByer, John W.; Lavelle, Mark D.

NINTH Row: Privates McGrath, .
John A.; Minton, Ambrose J., Jr.;' .
Moore, Sidney S.; Newton, Sigsbee ''
B.; Oxford, Ralph W., Jr.; Reeder,
Albert.

TENTH Row: Privates Ritch, Jacob
W.; Rokosz, William; Russo, Dan A.; -
Strickland, Woodrow; Weatherly, .
Robert L.; Williams, Brinkley.

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ALPHONSE H. FRITOT MAXEY S. CREWS BENJAMIN C. PRICE
Captain Second Lieutenant Second Ulutenant
Commanding





C MP ANY U







(Reading from Left to Right)
hF IRas Row: First Sergeant Ander-
f I son, Emory L.; Staff Sergeant McKay,
Dudley W.; Sergeants Braswell, Wil.
S" liam W.; Calhoun, John S., Jr.; Car-
ter, Walton L.; Crawford, Roscoe N.

E. SECOND Row: Sergeants Hickox,
Hilton D.; Mullaly, John W.; Myers,
S Milton W.; Nefler, Lawrence L.; Pick-
,, ._ering, Andrew C.; Rogers, Wesley.
THIRD Row: Sergeants Shelfer, An-
gus G.; Swope, Charles L.; Wilson,
al Clarence M., Jr.; Wright, Willie R.;
j7- Corporals Albert, Sam M.; Clanton,
_- Robert M.

-7777-1 FoaRTH Row: Corporals Dent, Ira
E.; Douglas, Carl C.; Dulaney, James
K.; Howe, John S.; Hutchinson,
Horace L.; MacDonald, Thomas R.
SFIFTH Row: Corporals O'Mallan,
James B., Jr.; Rickenbaker, Josiah L.;
Simpson, Harper C.; Sinclair, John
4- ..A., Jr.7

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COMPANY G



(Reading from Left to Right) -
FIRST Row: Privates First Class
Acosta, Jefferson B.; Alford, Jesse D.; ."i
Allen, Lawton B.; Allen, Walter D.;
Austin, Bethel R.; Bailey, Alda M. i1o
SECOND Row: Privates First Class
Bolton, Clarence D.; Brady, Amos; ,
Brand, H. F.; Carpenter, Crawford -- -
F.; Cardinale, Antonio; Carter, Gerald

THIRD Row: Privates First Class F
Chandler, William B.; Chisholm, Les-
lie O.; Clark, Eugene L.; Goff, Curtis
A., Jr.; Green, DeWitt H.; Gregory,
Kennith E. E ti
FOURTH Row: Privates First Class !1
Hall, Clarence L.; Herndon, Charles
B.; Hunt, Arthur W. Lanoux, Her-
bhye J.; Mann, Venton A.; Newsome,
William S.
FIFTH Row: Privates First Class
O'Cain, William R.; Peeples, Clifford .i *' --
A.; Prescott, Norris L.; Price, Her-
man; Reese, John W.; Rhodes, Rich-
ard E.
SIXTH Row: Privates First Class '
Roberson, Martin L.; Saffer, Seymour;
Sallette, William F., Jr.; Shuler, .. ..
James A.; Sodek, Frank, Jr.; Stein-
mann, Fritz.
SEVENTH Row: Privates First Class
Taylor, Jay C.; Thompson, Fred;
Worman, Benjamin; Privates Akin,
J. C.; Allen, James C.; Altman, Lard-
ner E.
EIGHTH Row: Privates Alvarez,
Bennie; Anderson, Rema J. C.; Ander- V
son, Ulis S.; Andrews, James R.;
Arkebauer, Byron T., Jr.; Barlow, .
James R.
NINTH Row: Privates Bailey, David L
E.; Banks, Bill; Barnhill, George; '
Barrentine, Malcum U.; Basford, c
William R.; Bennett, Harley.









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COMPANY G






(Reading from Left to Right)

S. FiRsT Row: Privates Blackburn, B.
D.; Bockelman, Harry F.; Boghich,
Earl B.; Broughton, Richard S., Jr.

SECOND Row: Privates Bryan, Gib-
son H.; Chalmers, Henry; Dobson,
Frank L.; Fargel, Robert F.; Fairall,
Robert F.; Fetterhoff, Glen W.

THIRD Row: Privates Fowler,
Woodrow W.; Gazdik, Joseph A.;
Girtlen, Joseph J.; Goad, Leabert;
Graham, Clyde M.; Haines, John H.

"?:n:'- j FOURTH Row: Privates Harris,
Roscoe R.; Jones, Edward D.; Kiser,
Nelson B.; Klingler, Elmer J.; Kubala,
Joseph W.; Kuczynski, William E.

FzrrH Row: Privates Kugler, Fred-
------ rick W., Jr.; Kutarna, Valent J.; Lan.
dis, Roy E.; Lee, Arthur T., Jr.; Man-

gum, Adolphus M.; Manning, Hurley
C.

SocrH Row: Privates McGuirk,
James E.; Murphy, Louis E.; Murphy,
Robert E.; Nelson, V. O.; Nicholas,
George D.; Norris, Charles E.

r SEVENTH Row: Privates Olcott,
Arthur S.; Pailloz, George J.; Parker;
", Simon M.; Parrott, James Q.; Ring,
Luther R.; Roberts, Johnnie J.

S- EIGHTH Row: Privates Smith,
Charles B.; Smith, George W.; Smith,
. r ... Michael L.; Smith, Riley; Thompson,
Jess W.; Thompson, Lloyd G.

NINTH Row: Privates Tikos, Ben-
nie; Truluck, Samuel O.; Tucker,
Millard F.; Williams, Walter B.;
SWillis, Alton.
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JAMES H. JACKSON JAMES H. JOHNSON, JR. HAROLD F. MILTON HUGH A. WILSON KENNETH F. SEARCH
FinS Lieutenant First Lieutenant First Lieutnant First Lluenaent Second Lieutenant




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Enl-. Jr- M.'.,,. Acbl L.,I








ROBERT B. HARNESS I A.2". ,: '.__L


(Reading from Left to Right)
FIRST Row: Sergeants Fralick, Carl- ..... ..'" .-. S' 'Vi'-' "
ton W.; Greene, Monroe F.; Hawk,
Ernest E., Jr.; Knox, Frank D.
SECOND Row: Sergeants Milton,
Johnnie J.; Register, Cecil W.; Rogers,
Donald P.; Witt, Leonard J.; Cor-
porals Bedenbaugh, Arthur N.; Cason, .. ,-, I t1
Ray 0. ,,
THIRD Row: Corporals Chassereau, -.'' ^
John D.: Dortch, Leonard J.; Green, .r.,.. ,l "
Chalmers W.; Keene, Seeber E. -
Kemp, Thomas J.; Harris, Basil N. f / ..
FOURTH Row: Corporals Jaillet, S L C,- "' ./
Engle L., Jr.; Marable, Archibald L., % I
Jr.; Needleman, WVilbert L.; Neill, i', "
Robert C.; Parramore, James F.; Pow-
ell, William E.

FIFTH Row: Corporals Purdy, Wi-
bur L.; Roberts, James L.; Sheppard, "
Jacob L.; Williams, John P. .. .. ..
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COMPANY H






(Reading from Left to Right)

FIRST Row: Privates First Class
Anderson, Otris W.; Brown, Claude
SNr iW.; Chambers, Lee B.; Cooper, James
A.; Ellzey, George B.; Green, New-
S ;2 ton G.

SECOND Row: Privates First Class
Goff, Curtis B.; Hilliard, Harold F.;
r% ..A Hogan, Henry F.; Huggins, Marvin
3 ~ L.; Johnson, Casel; Keene, Earl R.

THIRD RO: Privates First Class
Koon, Carl J.; Lee, Joe; Markham,
iWi.i Hubert L.; Matthews, Thomas S.;
M e McGee, John H.; Nelms, Hugh D.

FoUnTH Row: Privates First Class
S Norris, Willard P.; Powell, James R.;
Purdy, Clayton D.; Register, Stewart
SS.; Saranko, Andy F.; Simmons, Bill.

FIFTH Row: Privates First Class
Tedder, Leo R.; Tilghman, John Q.,
Jr.; Turner, Lewis B.; Wade, Kenneth
4 H.; Wheeler, William G.; Wilder,
W lsThomas W.

S TH Row: Privates Brannon, Lay-
,, mon C.; Bullard, Orville L.; Carroll,
3 .; H Melvin G.; Glover, Harry M.

-. "SEVENTH Row: Privates Goodman,
A_.L' .. Vernon E.; Greco, Frank P.; Greco,
Tony T.; Griffin, Pasel L.; Griggs,
John F.; Guerra, Raymond.

EIGHTH Row: Privates Guerriere,
."Joe C.; Gunter, William T.; Hagy,
1It.. Ralph S.; Haddock, William R.; Hall,
.. Wilson A.; Harper, Aubrey C.

NINTH Row: Privates Harris, Bruce
"- ;";a M.; Harris, Lonnie; Hartman, Glenn
E.; Hiller, Cecil R.; Holter, Randolph
L.; Hunt, Marvin A.
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COMPANY H ,




(Reading from Left to Right)

FIRST Row: Privates Inoff, Samuel;V
Ivey, Artis W.; Jackson, Albert J.;
Jensen, Charles P.; Johnson, Lloyd
George; Jordan, Alvin.4

SECOND ROW: Privates Jordon,
Homer M.; Kawa, Charles C.; Keene,
Andrew J., Jr.; King, Fred; Kline, Ed- ti
win M.; Klotz, Daniel G.

THIRD Row: Privates Kona, Isaiah;
Kutz, Earl R.; Lawson, Buryl H.;
Liseo, Sam L.; Lodge, Charles E.;
Lyncker, Sidney N.

FOURTH Row: Privates Mader,A
Charles B.; Malone, Frank E.; Meu-
ret, Fritz R.; Moore, Edgar C.; Mur- .
ray, Robert E.; Myrick, Zack T.

FIFTH Row: Privates Novath, Steve;
Parrino, Jack T.; Prior, Arthur L.;

Sanders, Paul C.

Sx-TH Row: Privates Sardy, Zoltan;
Scarborough, Mitchell M.; Sedita,
Sam; Sharpe, Harry P.; Shuler, Wil- r'
liam L.; Siebert, Paul W.

SEVENTH Row: Privates Smith,
Richard J.; Stephens, Austin E.;
Johnson, Charles R.; Thomas, Jack, Jr.; A
Thomson, Jack E.; Thacker, Guy R.

EIGHTH Row: Privates Tilli,, John;
Toffaleti,. Ernest W.; Tye, William
H.; Valdez, George G.; Vaughn, Her- .
man D.; Waller, Thomas K. t

NINTH Row: Privates Watson,
Melvin Z.; Weeks, William B.; Wil-
liams, A. J.; Williams, Thurston L.;
Wishart, Royal P.; Youmans, James .
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CAIUS A. ROWLETT
ULeutenant Colonel
Commanding





EADQUARTER





FRED W. KUSHMER
Captaln
Excutiv OfficTr












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JAMES F. HALL
First LUutWnant
Commanding





HEADQUARTERS DETACHMENT


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(Reading from Left to Right) "

FIRST Row: First Sergeant Halleuer, Z l~ k -* -
Fred W.; Staff Sergeants Segrest,
Thomas M.; Shannon, James H.; V
Corporals Blount, Aubrey L.; Bryan,
William H., Jr.; Gill, Robert F. .
SECOND Row: Corporals Lussier, .
Albert B.; Wilcoxson, William D.;"
Privates First Class Church, Glenn --
A.; Foster, Floyd C.; Garcia, Emilio 10 Jr' I'
E.; Garcia, Manuel. I Ij
THIRD Row: Private First Class ; '
Gillett, Howell; Privates Bevil, Wil-
bur; Bullington, Oakley A.; Carr, "'-
Jacob V.; Chestnut, Morgan H.; Col- .
cord, James H. ''i
FOURTH Row: Privates Connell,
Jesse W.; Everett, Vemon E.; Fisher, -
John M.; Ginwright, Wilson L.; Grey, '
Robert R., Jr.; Haddock, Paul B., Jr.
FIFTH Row: Privates Hall, Ansley ,,.-,
O.; Hall, Norris; Lowery, Herman '
M.; Martin, Clinton A.

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CHARLES M. NABORS WILLIAM G. LUNDY WILLIAM W. TRESCA
First Lieutenant First ULut.nant Second L.eute.ant
Commanding
OP A N Y I








L' -.
(Reading from Left to Right)

FIRST Row: First Sergeant Meade,
John M.; Staff Sergeant Berry, James
L.; Sergeants Anderson, James E.;
6i_ Curry, Tolliver E.

SECOND Row: Sergeants Garcia,
Lyle; Hardin, Milton E.; Hilliard,
Dozier B.; Kolodner, Ernest; Metcalf,


THaIRD Row: Sergeants Powell, Alva
C.; Powell, Walter H.; Reynolds,
Clinton ; Shefield, Henry B.; Sut.
ton, Ben F.; Vowell, Milton A.

FOURTH Row: Sergeants Williams,
.! Lawrence B.; Williamson, William
W.; Zeigler, Glenn; Corporals Calos,
Spero W.; DeSear, Joseph W.; Hen-
-- l ., .. person, John T.

FiFrN Row: Corporals Hickox,
Wilbur M.; Johnson, Garland C.;
Long, Theodore S.; Morgan, Cancel-
S mo A.; Parrish, John P.; Pigort,
-.."| oJames H.

.. S.; Thomas, McAdoo; Watson, Wil.

tam A.; Wingert, Walter H.
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C 0 M P A N Y











(Reading from Left to Right)



FIRST Row: Privates First Class Alcor, Elierce
W.; Alford, Thomas F.; Bridges, Gus.



SECOND Row: Privates First Class Broxson,
Kenneth L.; Church, Harris G.; Clemons, Doug-
las W.; Cook, Edward C.; Crosby, Elmore L



THIRD Row: Privates First Class Delke, Charles

Alvin O.; Hill, James S.



FOURTH Row: Privates First Class Hillyer,
Wallace H.; Holland, David L.; Home, Francis
E.; Horton, Lee R., Jr.; Maynard, Lafayette A.


FsirH Row: Privates First Class McMillan, '-
James K.; Moore, Truman M.; Myrick, Marion
A.; Myrick, Milton J.; Overstreet, John N. .



SrIrH Row: Privates First Class Owen, Ken-,-
dall W.; Reid, Sam B.; Rich, Sam H.; Robinson, .
Thomas C.; Scott, Eldred F. t '



SEVENTH Row: Privates First Class Spivey,
Harry H.; Spivey, Reese; Spivey, Thomas W.,
Jr.; Stanley, Marion A.; Stubbs, Frank A. : ..
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'(Reading from Left to Right)


F1 usr Row: Privates First Class Turner, Emil;
Vanlandingham, Ned T.; Vercellotti, Louie.


SEcoND Row: Privates First Class Vowell, Wil-
liam F.; Walker, Joseph. H.; Weatheringron, H.
B.; Weed, Robert E. L.; Willis, Daniel A Q.


I .THIRD Row: Privates First Class Willis, Joe
3'. W.; Young, Wilbur L.; Privates Alfonso, Eugene
V.; Andress, Clarence H.; Brandmaster, Bennie.


Foumnr Row: Privates Brooks, Ernest E.;
Brown, William M.; Bullard, LeRoy T.; Carter,
Ira J.; Cope, George W.


FwruH Row: Privates Curry, Oscar R.; Dean,
Charles McD.; Donaldson, Norman P.; Douglas,
Lawrence L.; Dozier, Willie O.


SrxrTH Row: Privates Dugger, Artis; Dugger,
William A.; Dyal, James L.; Faircloth, Edgar L.;
Falling, Jesse L.


i SEVENTH Row: Privates Garmtner, Samuel;
Golden, Lester R.; Gray, Fred N, Jr.; Harris,
Travis J.; Haynes, Bogan E.


SrEIGHTrn Row: Privates Henderson, Robert A.,
III; Hinson, Arthur D.; Hodge, Jerry J.; Hodges,
Forrest E.; Hood, Robert G.


X- ,NINTH Row: Privates Hood, Thomas H.;
Home, Virgil J.; Hurst, Glenn E.; Kanaday,
.-. Colbert F.; Keane, George F.

















COMPANY I *






(Reading from Left to Right) : 3

FIrsr Row: Privates Keelan, Bernard V.; Ken- .
nedy, Clyde W.; Leader, Harold M.

SECOND Row: Privates Leighton, Earl F.; Link, -'
John KC; Love, Homer A.; Lummis, Stanidlay B.;
Mahon, Walter L. ,"

THIRD Row: Privates Mayfield, Horace; Mc-
Conville, Thomas E.; McCullough, James A.;
McDonald, Elton R.; McDonald, Melton J.

FounTH Row: Privates McNicholas, Joseph
P.; McPherson, Charles G.; Morgan, Armon E.;
Nettles, Ernest; Nicholson, John K.

FIFTH Row: Privates Parker, James M.; Par-
rish, Herbert R.; Redman, Joseph D.; Rice, Grady
W.; Robinson, Harvey B.

SecrH Row: Privates Rummell, Richard W.;
Rye, Aubrey N.; Scott, Edwin M.; Simms, Fred-
erick W.; Sires, Reed C. w

SEVENTH Row: Privates Stanley, Thomas M.; '
Stratton, David T.; Strickland, R. L.; Sumner,
Robert L.; Swinson, Robert L.

EIGHTH Row: Privates Taylor, Russell W., Jr.;
Thomas, Charles R.; Threlkeld, Alphon L.; Tray-
lor, Cephus; Turner, Austin L.

NINTH Row: Privates Turner, Glenn E.; Wells, I
Harry I.; West, Homer L.; White, William S.;
Wilkinson, Burney.

TENTH ROW: Privates Wilkinson, Julius H.;
Willis, Eston F.; Youmans, James E.; Young,
Joseph B. "

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EDWARD T. WALKER ROBERT L DAVIS JR ROBERT V. LINK JOHN T. HESTON JOHN J. KELLER
Captain First L.t.na.nt Fmnt LUmt.n.ant Firt U..,tnant Second LUoutonant
Commanding






CO MP' ANY K






.FIRST Row: First Sergeant Butler,
Herbert; Staff Sergeant Russell, John
C.; Sergeants Barnes, Harry D.;
Barnes, Sam T.

SECOND Row: Sergeants Carter,
Samuel B.; Cassady, Milburne G.;
Cox, Clarence E.; Guard, Ernest K.;
Hart, James P.; Hill, Joe F.

4t .THIRD Row: Sergeants Hyde, Joe
M.; Kilbourne, David M.; Lawson,
Reed H.; Little, St. Clair; Manuel,
Frank J.; Pettigrew, Aubrey W.

FOURTH Row: Sergeants Rora-
baugh, John R.; Tubb, Houston G.;
Corporals Barnett, Ira M.; Bass,
Amos F.; Boston, Francis; Cammack,
q Ralph S.
FwrTH Row: Corporals Davis, John
W.; Gilleon, Marvin J.; Harrell,
Frank H.; Hair, Melvin L.; Lloyd,
Ruffus H.; Love, Maxwell I.
SIXTH Row: Corporals McCall,
Francis L.; Mills, Hommer M.; Sim-
mons, James S.
EDWAD T WALER OBER L *YIS J. ROERTY. UK JHN T HETON OHNJ. ;J6E



















C O M P A N Y



















ALERT L. FOWLER, JR.
S-cond LU.utn. nt






(Reading from Left to Right)
FIRST Row: Privates First Class Andrus, George
D.; Benefield, Clyde W.; Cato, Henry T.; Chap- 1;
man, Forest L.; Crapse, Otis D.

SECOND Row: Privates First Class Crumley,
Tom T.; Crawford, W. H.; Dike, Charles E.;
Dike, Henry W.; Eldridge, Quinton K.

THIRD Row: Privates First Class Flake, J. C.;
Hair, James W.; Hamm, George H.; Herndon,
Edwin G.; Hilton, Henry R.

FOuRTH Row: Privates First Class Jackson,
Jasper L.; Jackson, Jesse B.; Keene, Leland G.;
Kincaid, Jewel D.; Lewis, Charles R.

FIFTH Row: Privates First Class Lynch, Rufus
G.; Mann, Cleetis W.; Matausch, Constantin;
Matthis, Roswell G.; Newhem, Lonnie R.

SDcrH Row: Privates First Class Patrick, Wil-
liam W.; Persons, Hubert W.; Saul, Barton A.;
Shelter, William H.; Sisk, Frank.

SEVENTH ROW: Privates First Class Taylor,
-Raymond M.; Tatum, Charles A.; Thomas, J. T.;
Turner, Ezra; Van Brunt, Richard H.

EIGHTH Row: PeLvate First Class Wilson, Hu-
bert L.; Privates Aaron, Nicholas T.; Abbott,
Edward L.; Bell, Robert K.; Chavlovich, Nick M. 9 ,

[903














C O M P A N Y K



















JOEL McMIlJAN
Second Lieutenant







(Reading from Left to Right)

SFsr Row: Privates Clements, Larkm C.;
Faust, James D.; Fletcher, Eldridge B.; Fox,
Charles C.; Frole, Angelo L.

SECOND Row: Privates Glenn, William T.;
Gresham, Ernest; Guthrie, Hubert; Haeger, Ossie
R.; Hallman, Jimmie.
THIRD Row: Privates Hamm, Herman R.;
Hannah, Julian M.; Harris, Clifford; Herndon,
John B.; Herring, Willard L.

FOURTH Row: Privates Hires, Johnie R.; How-
ell, Arthur R.; Jenkins, Andrew; Johnson, George
C.; Jbhnson, Thomas V.

FIFTHn Row: Privates Johnson, Walter B.;
Jones, Arnold J.; Kerce, Walter H.; King, Selvin;
Knight; Rutherford R..

SuImT Row: Privates Lamb, H. B.; Larkin,-
William R.; Legear, Buster B.; Lewis, James H:;
Leynes, Robert L.

SEVENTH Row: Privates Linton, Maurice S.;
Linton, William B.; Mathewes, Donald F.; Mar-
tin, Ralph S.; Mayo, Ellis E.
EIGHTH Row: Privates McCarter, James P.;
McLaughlin, Harry F.; Miles, Louis F.; Morgan,
John; Morris, Harry.

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COMPANY K .






(Reading from Left to Right)


FIRsT Row: Privates Murray, Jesse W.; New-
man, Cecil P.; Nicholson, James G.



SECOND Row: Privates Norris, Johnnie P.;
Pace, Samuel M.; Paul, Clarence; Raker,.Ira M.;
Reeves, Lewis A.


THIRD Row: Privates Rex, Wilbur G.; Roback,
Alex L.; Roberta, Hiram M.; Roberts, Joseph R.; I
Russ, William A.


FOURTH Row: Privates Ryals, James B.;
Schweitzer, William R.; Servance, John T.;
Sharon, Hampton F.; Shawdy, Sapp.


FIFTH Row: Privates Smith, C. J.; Smith, John
R.; South, Hoke J.; Spillman, Don F. H.; Stark,
Howard.


SIXTH Row: Privates Thomas, Melvin E.; Tol- -
son, Fred L.; Toulomelis, George; Tucker, John ~5.
W.; Waldroff, Amaziah.


SEVENTH Row: Privates Waldroff, Herman;
Ward, Ernest H.; White, Henry, Jr.; Whitfield, *-
James P.; Wilkerson, Ralph W.


EIGHTH Row: Privates William, Carl C.; Wil-
liams, Foister; Williams, Gaylon S.; Williams, 1 .
Lester J.; Wilson, Horace E.


NINTH Row: Privates Wilson, William F.;
Wimberly, Roy; Wise, Buster; Woodard, L. J.;
Wright, Jim A.
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JONES S. JOYNER HAROLD L. RALLS, JR. WILLIAM S. STINSON EARL A. CLINGER
Captain Finrst Lieute.nant First Lieutenant Second Lieutenant
Commending


















ELLIS C. STORR
Second LUt.0



(Reading from Left to Right)
FIRsT Row: Sergeants Barfield,

-.Robert P.; .Gilmore, Toliver.M.; Kee-
ton, William.
SECOND Row: Sergeants Kennedy,
..4 William E.; Logue, Henry G.; North,
Marcus L.; Patterson, Phil C.; Rich,
Elwood E.; Ridgdil, Paul H.
THIRD Row: Sergeants Theriot,
Numa F. Wainright, William H.;
L Wilson, Curry P.; Corporals Argo,
Jasper H.; Bedgood, Grover C.; Bill-


FOURTH Row: Corporals Clements,
w t ." 17 Elbert R.; Corbitt, Samuel S.; Dennis,
.Thomas J.; Dewberry, William E.;

Hammock, Robert; Harrison, Harry.
FwrH Row: Corporals Klemetsrud,
Stanley H.; Logue, Willie F.; Pittman,
.Lester L.; Walden, Harris N.; Wil-
cox, Carl; Williams, Earl D.


















C O M P A N Y L








(Reading from Left to Right)

FIRST Row: Privates First Class Boone, Ran-
dolph F.; Bradley, Charles F.; Bradley, Gilbert; "'
Cannon, Alvin B.; Carlton, Wilburn A. 1,.


SECOND Row: Privates First Class Clements,
Javid N.; Clements, Thomas E.; Coker, Leon J.; l
Creel, Clarence; Daniel, James W.


THIRD Row: Privates First Class Gagnon, Nor-
bert R.; Glisson, John R.; Goodman, Ovelmo F.;
Greenamyre, Charles D.; King, Fletcher C.


FOURTH Row: Privates First Class Lovestead, '
Cecil R.; McComas, James W.; McIntosh, Law-
rence P.; Miller, Delbert L.; Miller, Earl F... -


FIFTH Row: Privates First Class Porter, Olin
K.; Putnal, Albert C.; Radclife, Hardy H.; Rob-
erts, Wesley R.; Robinson, John W. .


SIxTH Row: Privates First Class Saprito, Wil-
liam J.; Skillen, Adam E.; Smith, Joseph; Storey, \' '
Frederick H. G.; Suggs, Donald D.


SEVENTH Row: Privates First Class Taylor,
James D.; Taylor, John S.; Taylor, Raymond R.;
Taylor, Robert C.; Thompson, Harvey W. -


EIGHTH Row: Privates First Class Tomlinson, : :
Collis A.; Tomlinson, Oscar; Westberry, Clifford; f r'
Wilson, Raymond D.; Wyatt, Avery F....
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C M P N Y L









9 (Reading from Left to Right)

FiRsT Row: Privates Ansley, Mayo C.; Barco,
Vernon H.; Bowren, Raymond E.; Brogdon, Will
O.; Broxson, Jesse.


77 VSECOND Row: Privates Burkett, Leamon; Busby,
Curtis H.; Clark, Granville L.; Couliette, Huston
G.; Combs, Orin C.


THIRD Row: Privates Culverhouse, Clarence
W.; Cutchins, James; Davis, Oscar; Doty, Ed-
mond P.; Edenfield, Buford W.


FoURTH Row: Privates Eldridge, Alvin H.;
Eldridge, Elton B.; Finch, Dallas M.; Fowler, O.
B.; Gipson, Daniel G.


FIFrH Row: Privates Gipson, John; Glass,'
Eddie J.; Gore, John B.; Green, Alvin L.; Grimes,
Clayton.


SMcrt Row: Privates Hall, Truman C.; Han-
ley, Leroy; Harper, Eddie K.; Harrelson, Freddie
A.; Harvell, Woodrow A.



Hayes, Clinton L.; Henderson, Esrey P.; Hind-
mon, Walter M., Jr.; Hines, James M.


EIGHTH Row: Privates Howard, George W.;
.Hughes, Rutherford D.; Hunter, Millard L.;
Hussey, James W.; James, Charles W.

[951


















COMPANY L



*P
4-I-



(Reading from Left to Right)


FIRST Row: Privates Jernigan, Helon; Jordan, .-
Willie L.; Keene, James M.; Keith, Ruben N.; -
Kellum, David R.I


SECOND Row: Privates Kocker, Dean D.; Kyser, .:
James C.; Leavins, Wesley; Lennon, Rufus H.; :"
Leseiko, Theadore F.


THIRD Row: Privates Levins, Sesal C.; Lindsey,
Morris H.; Maddox, Lucious J.; Meeks, Jesse O.; -- J
Merritt, Clemmie. ... .


FOURTH Row: Privates Miles, Artis B.; Moody,
Ralph R.; Moore, Roy D.; Morris, Leland D.;:
Owens, J. C.


FIrrF Row: Privates Parrish, Jesse; Roberts,
William J.; Scott, M. B.; Shiver, Raymond; Slay,
Willard M.


SX'rH Row: Privates Smith, Alvin H.; Stand- -
land, John E.; Stewart, Howard C.; Stokes, Porter
S.; Strickland, Jesse L.


SEVENTH Row: Privates Taylor, John E.;
Thomas, Alfred L.; Tipton, Harvey G.; Tyner,
Harmon R.; Waller, David S.


EIGHTH Row: Privates Ward, Moris C.; Watts,
William B.; Westbrook, Paul B.; Wheeler, For- "A'
rest A.; Wheeler, James H.


NINTH Row: Privates Wingate, Andrew J.;
Wood, Charles L.; Yates, Allison R.; Yates, John
T.; Wooten, Roy D. \
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7.









JAY L HALL ROBERT N. JOHNSON HERBERT C. KAUFMAN GEORGE W. SEARS
First Ueut.ennt First Lieutenant First Lieutenant. First Lieutenant

.-A
















I JULIUS C. NEWTON
SCommndinq

(Reading from Left to Right)
SFrST Row: First Sergeant Marsh,
SJames W.; Staff Sergeant Montgom-
ery, George E.; Sergeants Barber, Wil-
liam R.; Barrow, John G.; Dennard,

SECOND Row: Sergeants Everett,
Andrew; Garrett, Roy C.; Herring,
Charles K.; Richardson, Victor L.;
Waller, Robert D.; Corporal Barnett,
..Eugene T.


Hunter M., Jr.; Cabler, Lawrence F.;
Chesser, Robert S.; Clayton, Edward
G., Jr.; Cooksey, Grover C.; Crews,
Clyde C.
FOURTH Row: Corporals Donnelly,
Grady H., Jr.; Haire, William H.;
Harvey, Luther Q.; Hurlburt, Thomas
D.; Jenkins, Samuel T.; McCarmtney,
Charles L.
FFTu Row: Corporals Newell,
Herman I.; Parks, Robert E.; Tucker,
Rufus, Jr.; Turner, Joseph R.; Tyner,
Calvin E.; Wilson, Tasco R.
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(Reading from Left to Right)

FIRST Row: Privates First Class
.'..Allan, Cecil H.; Anderson, William
T.; Bradshaw, Marion M.; Brown,
John F.; Butler, Woodrow C.; Carra-
way, Homer C.

SECOND ROW: Privates First Class
Christmas, Hubert A.; Claycomb, Al-
bert B.; Cramer, Richard D.; Crosby,
Richard O.; Dean, Harold M.; Doss,
Estes R.

THIRD Row: Privates First Class
Dozier, Hobson; Dryden, A. K.; Dun-
ham, James N.; Dupont, Jack H.;
Eilertsen, William A.; Folsom, Francis
E.

FOURTH Row: Privates First Class
Handley, John D.; Herrington, Wil-
liam D.; Hodge, Sidney J.; Johnson,
Roy D.; Langston, William H.; Lin-
ton, Sam, Jr.

FIFTH Row: Privates First Class
Linton, Thomas B.; Long, Marvin J.;
McKeown, John P.; McLaughlin;
Quintus G.; Murphy, Thomas F.;
Olivenbaum, Axel F.

SIXTH Row: Privates First Class
Padgett, Elzie H.; Pippin, John W.;
Pope, Fare;t T.; Raker, Napoleon B.;
Rouden, Lawrence R.; Scott, Elton A.

SEVENTH ROW: Privates First Class
Wells, Charles E.; Warren, William
E.; Privates Albert, Harry W.; Atta-
way, Emery J.; Baker, Kenneth; Bar-
rett, Emmett A.

ErIoHTH Row: Privates Bishop, Wil-
liam R.; Bullock, Grover C.; Bush,
Charlie E.; Byrd, Ray S.; Campbell,
Douglas P., Jr.; Chaires, Tholdie P.

NINTH Row: Privates Chambers, :-
Carl E.; Chapman, William R.;
Chason, James V.; Coggins, Lawrence
A.; Connell, Herbert; Consagra,
Mathew.
:Eva'
























(Reading from Left to Right)

FmsT Row: Privates Crawford,
Mitchell N.; Crisman, Merton B.;
Cunningham, Paul E.; Dabbs, James
A.; Danile, Sam, Jr.; Davis, Robert
M.

SECOND Row: Privates Delgado,
Leonard; Dinkins, Willie R.; Doyle,
Leonard C.; Dworsky, Edward M.;
Edwards, Wayne O.; Estes, Edward
P.

THmD Ro': Privates Fiorucci,
Philip L.; Flavin, Lawrence W.;
Frazier, Downey T.; Gordon, Artie
N.; Graham, Douglas; Griffith, Wil-
liam G.

FouaTH Row: Privates Haire, Ben
R.; Halbrook, George Q.; Halbrook,
Jesse B.; Hall, Carl B.; Hanson,
Thure E., Jr.; Harrell, Samuel J.

FFTHr Row: Privates Hatcher,
George H.; Hayes, Gordon P.;
Heintzelman, Nevin A.; Howard, Law-
tey L.; Huggins, Elbert P.; Hutto,
Oliver P.

S=rH Row: Privates Johns, Wil-
liam N.; Jones, Samuel C.; Keel, Pat-
rick G.; Knowles, Vernon B.; Lewis,
William H. A.; Logue, Herbert.

SEVENTH Row: Privates Marino,
Gasper C.; McCall, Leon W.; Mixon,
Quincy D.; Morris, Elmer B.; Mos-
kowowitz, Joseph M.; Owens, James
D.

EIGHTH ROW: Privates Pascali,
Rocco; Perry, Robert E.; Raker, Jack
C.; Ray, Clarence B.; Ridenour, Wil-
liam C.; Robinson, James R.

NINTH Row: Privates Rouse, Tom
B.; Rowland, Daulton C.; Royals,
Danul P.; Sansom, Jennings T.; Sher-
key, Joseph H.; Stephens, Wade C.

TENTH Row: Privates Thomas,
Jesse R.; Toole, Christopher C.; Vick-
ers, Thomas L.; Ward, Paul; Watts,
Hobson; Wingate, Duard T.


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WALKER STAMPS RALPH E. HOCKENBERRY
Captain First Li.uten.nt










,DOUGLAS G. SCOTT

Regim a. .Surg.o .n











DANIEL K. DETWILER LOGAN B. HULL

First Lieut0nant, D. C. First Lieutenant




TIMOTHY M. CORRIGAN RICHARD J. BOUCEK JACOB R. DAVIS
First Lieutenant First Lieutenant First Leutf.nant
















[1001

Ago















MEDICAL D ET-A C H M E N T







(Reading from Left to Right)
... .. -..-' .
?f. rr IRs FST Row: Technical Sergeant
'''Kaeserman, Emil W.; Staff Sergeants
.& .Colbert, James D.; Marlowe, Robert I.


S'' s m a SECOND Row: Staff Sergeant
T ".Stapler, James C., Jr.; Corporals

Privates First Class Akins, Thomas
.T.; Allen, Eston W.

THIRD Row: Privates First Class
W,. 4 Asplin, Melvin E.; Austin, Harry J.;
SBrown, James T.; Chadick, Jack R.;
Connell, Norman L.

FourTH Row: Privates First Class
Cummings, Franklin H.; Davis, Her-
bert C., Jr.; Dunn, Henry T.; Evans,
Robert L.; Haisten, William 0.


.9: FrFrm Row: Privates First Class
Harrell, Robert E.; Howell, Robert.
A.; Johnston, Ben D., Jr.; Kellett,
Jimmy W.; Leavitt, Charles A.

SixTH Row: Privates First Class
Preston, Lloyd C., Jr.; Sheafer, Rob-
l ert M.; Smith, Edward M.; Stapler,
John B.; Thurston, Herbert A.


SEVENTH Row: Privates First Class
S. Wright, Edwin T.; Wright, Marion
H.; Privates Anderson, Jack P.; Bar-
S wick, Edgar W.; Beck, Wilbur T.

EIGHTH Row: Privates Belyeu, Jesse
SH.; Booth, Earl J.; Bush, Angus M.

Sloll -


















MEDICAL DETACHMENT





A L D




(Reading from Left to Right)

FIRST Row: Privates Calloway, Rob
ert E.; Cappleman, Genrge S.; Cohen,
Jack E.


SECOND Row: Privates Collier, Wil-
son C.; Coxe, Russell D., Jr.; Daig-
neau, James M.; Davis, Farris H.;
Deschenes, Frederick M.


THIRD Row: Privates Duvall, The-
odore R.; Gardner, Claude V., Jr.;
Glasser, Joseph; Glenn, Charles R.;
Gomberg, Edward N.



William C.; Griffith, Fred D.; Groth,
Alfons C.; Gustafson, Berger A.; Gus-
tavson, Kenneth J.


FIFTH Row: Privates Howell, Oliver
H.; Jones, William R.; Meisch, Har-
old R.; Mooty, John A.; Nunnally,
Marvin P.x


SIXTH Row: Privates Preston, Ed-
ward L.; Robson, Harry E.; Smith,
Wallace G.; Spivey, Jasper C.; Stan-
difer, Jack H.


SEVENTH Row: Privates Tipton,
Benjamin O.; Torralva, Julian R.;
Venega, Eugene; Williams, Clifford V.




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Florida Department of Military Affairs SpsGial ArGhi1>ss PubliGation Nufi\bsr 20 124TH INFANTRY REGIMENT CAMP BLANDING, FLORIDA 1941 State Arsel\al St. F rart Gis BarraGhs t. Augustitfe, Florida

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STATE OF FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY AFFAIRS . OFFICE.,OF THE ADJUTANT GENERAL POST OFFICE BOX 1008 STATE ARSENAL, ST. AUGUSTINE 32085-1008 The Special Archive Publications of the Historical Services Division are produced as a service to Florida communities, historians, governmental agencies, and to other individuals, historical or geneaological societies, and national or regional governmental agencies whcih find the information contained herein of use or value. At present, copies of al I Special Archives Publications are provided to certain state and national historical repositories at no charge. A I imited number of additional copies are avai !able to interested individuals and group? so long as supplies last. The copywrite to thes~ Special Archives Pub! ications resides with the Florida National Guard Historical Foundation, Inc. (P.O. Box 1008, St. Augustine, Florida 32085). Re-published copies are avai I able from the Foundation at a nominal charge. Information about the series is avai I able from the Historical Services Division, Florida Department of Mi I itary Affairs, State Arsenal, St. Augustine, Florida. Robert Hawk Director (THIS SPECIAL ARCHIVES PRODUCTION HAS BEEN PRODUCED IN LIMITED NUMBERS SPECIFICALLY FOR THE WORLD WAR I I REUNION OF FLORIDA REGIMENTS TO BE HELD IN ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA 16-19 MAY 1988

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ll~ill INfANiRY ARMY OF THE UNITED STATES * CAMP BLANDING, FLORIDA 1941 [Zl I

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, / /.;~:-. :\}/1,~{ti~J';~~:f t 1 !~;;:;.: : . L (:? :0:~l . ~ .-, . : :.: : . -:-: .-~ ;. . ; .~i. ; _ Camp Blandi.Iig, Fla. October " f 7, 1941 .. . ;: _ . .. _ _. .. . _~.•: . j ~{r ;. To ~he Otf'ic~rs _ and Enlisted Jlen o~ the _ l24th Wantry: } ~!:. '. : / \ tIL It : !ords ~ : ~~~e ; iilZ{ t~ :~l' ~pportunity j:2t_i ':::: : to ,_ express to the o!!icers and ~nlisted men or the 124th Infantry , '. , '~' ... . m:, very deep and sincere appreciation !or the standard or ef!i \ I <. . . . c1eiicy accomplished since the 1nductio!1 into Federal Service o! :~~~.\: ~ ~;; : ,: 124t\~'.;:8:':~~ o~ ~ovembor : ~:Ct , ~~40, ,:?) i;,,/\ : f:ctt? . . The way has not been eas7 t>.."ld I am !ully cognizant or . . •,= ;:. :;'. ;_;~ the many obstacles that the Regiment has raced since date or in:::-, .~ f.;::C _ duction; . I know that it has taken long hours, strenuous e!!ort _., : :y,3_ and complete coordination. on the __ part _ or all concerned to reacH >>~i \ ~ ; ur . preft~t ; ~t~~8; ; ?t : ~~ ~\ ?{it:~{ \ ; s'. f:.)' : .. , . . '::,::,; , ::.:;; ~ : -: . :_ ;:,:, liith the solid foundation we have laid during the present : . ,t,{~X'. jear, . the . l24th Infantry can !ace the future with ca:iplete assurance ) ;i'_ /. that we will fully accoc;,lish 1n ' an e!!icient 1118Jl!ler ari:, cission . : \ /i:f assigned to this Regiment 1n the defense o! our country. . ~ :; : [:: ~ .\. . . -. . .. . . J tf::Cordially, . ~4&8 a . .,JJ~ ,~ A. S.iFAY O / . Colonel., Infantey .. COl!IWUlding

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2 4 T H N F A N T R y BLAZONRY SHIELD: Argent, on a salcire gules between in chief a Roman sword in sheath paleways point to base and in base a prickly pear cactus, both vm a fleur-de-lis of the first. CREST: That for regiments of Florida National Guard. WREATH: Argent and gules . Morro: Eflicienta et Eruditio: Efficiency and Aecom plishments. DESCRIPTION OF THE CoAT OF ARMS: The huge cross is representative of service of the 124th Infanrry during the Civil War; the Spanish Bayonet denotes participation in the Spanish-American War; the Cacrus is representative of Mexican Border dury in 1916-17; service in the first World War is indicated by the fleur-de lis . STREAMERS AUTHORIZED: World War (without in . _ scription) .

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HI~IURY ~f IHt HUH INf !NIRY * That the 124th I~fantry is entitled to claim its descent from the first garrisons in America established in the 16th century is evident through h i storical data obtained from a wide range of sources. Through the centuries its in fantry units have formed the largest component parts of "The Florida Militia," "Florida Rangers," "Florida State Troops" and the "Florida Volunteers." It is nor th-e pur pose of this history to lessen in any degree the splendid record of the other arms and services of the State, yet it must be admitted that throughout the changing Bags of Florida, her Infantry has played a predominant part. The motto, "Florida and Country," adopted by the 124th Infantry and approved by the Secretary of War for use on the Regimental coat of arms, was first used as the battle cry of the Florida Infantrymen at the outbreak of the War Between the States. At this time there were many infantry units throughout the State which went into active service immediately. Perhaps the best organized of these at the outbreak of the war was the "Jacksonville Light Infantry," establish e d in 1857 ; Because of its unbroken record to the present time, it is considered by many to be the parent organization of the 124th. "LIGHT INFANTRY" HISTORY The "Light Infantry" was mustered into the Confederate service as Company A, Third Florida Infantry, August 10, 1861. Its first battle was at Perryville, Kentucky, in 1862, but its losses were so heavy that it was consolidated with the First Florida Infantry and this organization remained with Bragg's Army until the end of the war. They fought at Murfreesboro, the Siege of Jackson, Chickamauga and Missionary Ridge, and acquitted themselves in such a man ner that every member of the National Guard of Florida has rea s on to look with pride upon their achievements. At the end of the war there was a disintegration of the military units of the State troops, but in memory of their victories the Regimental insignia bears a "satire gules" or a red cross, which signifies their loyalty to the Florida State Bag of the Confederacy. After the Civil War the State Militia was very ineffi ciently organized. Numerous independent military organ izations are mentioned during the years immediately follow ing the war. By 1898, however, there were 20 companies of Florida State troops ready for the field. At the out break of the War with Spain, Florida was requested by the Secretary of War to furnish one regiment of infantry. All 20 companies volunteered immediately and 12 were mustered into the Volunteer Army of the United States . By May 23 the muster-in was complete, and the First Regiment of Florida Volunteers, numbering 1,001 men, was accepted into the service of the United States. The sheathed sword, from the Spanish War Service Medal, is placed on the Regimental shield to commemorate this service. 121J ON THE MEXICAN BORDER After its reorganization following the Spanish-American War, the Florida Infantry consisted of the First and Sec ond Florida. These remained in the State service with only minor changes until the disturbances on the Mexican Border in 1916-17, caused the mobilization of the Second Florida into Federal service. Companies M, L and C of the Second Infantry served on the Border until March, 1917. The cacrus on the Regimental shield of the 124th Infantry represents this duty in Mexico. Close upon the heels of the Border trouble came the World War . The First Florida Infantry was inducted into Federal service on August 5, 1917, upon the call of the President . On the same date the Second Florida was also called to the colors. The First Florida was disbanded at Camp Wheeler, Georgia, and the personnel was transferred to the units of the 31st or "Dixie Division." The Second Flor i da was redesignated the 124th Infantry in September, '1917, and sailed from Camp Mills to France in October, 1918. This World War service is symbolized on the Regimental shield by the addition of the Beur-de-lis or lily of France. On January 1, 1919, Florida had no active, Federally recognized National Guard. During the year, however, the provisions of the National Defense Act of June 3 , 1916 , were put into active play and the National Guard Regulations were published as a guide for organizing new units. BEGINNING OF THE 124TH The 124th Infantry Regiment, Florida National Guard, was recognized as the First Infantry, ' Florida National Guard, in June, 1921, and again rcdesignated the 124th Infantry, Florida National Guard, in May, 1924. The 124th Infantry has had as commanding officers: Colonel Raymond C. Turck, Colonel Vivian B. Collins, Colonel Chester H. Wilmn and Colonel Preston Ayers. Various . . units ot the . !24th .Infantry have rendered splen did service in the aid of civil authority, but the Rei;:iment has not been called out as a whole since the World War . During the Julv-August, 1938, Third Army Maneuvers, held in the DeSoto National Forest, Mississipp~ the Regi ment received many commendations for the general effi ciency and excellence of its persoMel. The 124th, under the command of Colonel Fred A Safay, was inducted into Federal service on November 2~, 1940, under the president's order declaring the exisrence of a National emergency. On December 18, 1940, tho various units of the Regiment were ordered to Camp Blan ding, Florida, where , they are now stationed. As . part of the Third Army the 124th Infantry engaged in the extensive Louisian _ :i Maneuvers held during July and August, 1941, there distinguishing itself. The Regiment was aho scheduled to participate in the maneuvers of the Carolinas, beginning on October 29, 1941.

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F R E D A. S A FAY COLONEL Commanding I 24th Infantry bo~ 01 j:~~ F{S,d ,:;1, 5 •::Y•J•~k~o~:ij~~r Fi!, i ~h•~ 12 i!m 1 "i~~~oS•i~m•h!d •:~ lnt.n•• fnterest in milit•ry affairs ._htch was fully evidenced upon th• com• pletion of his education from the Duval County Schoois. Upon qraduation from high tchool h• en,olfed •t the Florida Milit•ry Academy whue he held hiqh scholastic tiver•~• durinq his 1ttendHce there. On June 15! 1116, when molt youths of his aqe were thinkinq more of 1port1 thu o war, Fred Saf•y enlisted in Company F of the First Florida lnf1ntry in ho~:c.: ,:i"? , ! 0 ~~:.~:;:~:;,!c;:dh~wever, It was the Second Florida that ::,i !1":h:op,!!id!nthila th• First Florida WH held in abeyance awaitinq the In April, 1917 Comp,ny F was c.1lled into Federal service , and youn9 Si1fl'f wu recorrimended being qaod officer meteriel. H• had held eve~ non,comminionitd officer's •niqnment in his compH'f, and h•d quallf1ed in ,1II wHpon1 H well. With the hiqhHt recommendi1tlont from his sui:,erior officers Serqeant Fred Si1f<11'f wu sent to th Fourth Officers !:~/1~in:t s~~~ 0 ! ~h~~:;p h~h•i;!er;.w~:drq~: A~i:,/1?!~ 1~r:.li~~~~n l!ca~:: Si1fav became Second Lieutenant In the United Sti1tH lnf.ntry . The tint auiqnment of th• young Lieutenant WH with th llht In fi1ntry of the Georgi• National G1o11rd, i1lso know,a to fi1me H the "llue lonnet Reqiment." Shortly •ft•r this usiqnment the 12ht lnfi1ntry was on ih way to France. After service with the IZht lnf•ntry for short time, Lieutenant Sahy WH runiqned to th• 11 t h United Stetes lnl111try. first Oiv11ion . This Div i sion went through the bloody tu1ttles of th• Meuse Arqonne offen1ive. When the Armistice ceme tn Nonmber, 1118, Ueut•n•nt S•f•'I accompaftied his. outfit H p.,t of the Army of Occ:upi1tion. A hiqhliqht of this service wi11 the perticlpation of h i s orq•ni:r•tton in the qiqantic Victory Puade l d in the Gr•nd Ouche of LuHmbourq In honor of General John J . '•nhin9 . later Ll•ut•n•nt S•fay sent to Hrvice school in Ftence "'h•r• he 9raduated ln the School of Scouting and Patrollinq. Upon hi1 return home to the United StetH. Ueutenu1t Safay found that there WH no act i ve N•tlonal 6u•rd In Florid•, •nd that the citfnns of the state looked 11po11 the ,e .. 1tablishment of the Nation•I Guard with pi111h 1Mllfftrence. However, few public-spirited and fi1t-tiqhf•d men saw th• IIHd for permanent armed force In th• United and set 1bout to ,.vive the dorm,nt defen,e forcH of th• nation. Amon9 this fersi;ht•d littl• [2'1 tr::r.n:net' .~d"•:";:~ s:l"tis r.i,~wao;fr:.~•i: ~:!i.'i~e ~::r1N.1fa::i i:~: of th• stat• th•re would hue bHn, perhaps, no ll~th ln1i1ntry Reqimtnt today. Ue~~enSaeit•;;~:;• ,!!!~~.;hj:•~rve! ;::, . r•;::;~:i:n •~: ~r:t~inm:~hjui':'J: 1'1l, resulf•d i n C.ptain S•fo s bein9 qiven commud of the Headquarters Com0i1ny located in Ji1cksonville, Florida. In 0'1ober, 1'10, C.ptain Safay became a Major •nd w,u !f i ven comm•nd of the Second httalion, 124th In• fantry. He h•ld th t s post with credit until ltl4 when he wu tri1nsferred to th• reqim•ntal staff as Pli1ns ud Train i nq Officer. ThrH years later Major Safay wu reau i qned to command of th• S•cond latti11ion. In Auqust , 1940 , Major Safay was promoted to U•utenant Colonel. On Nonmber 19, 1140, in v i ew of the netional emergency, Lleuteni1nt Colonel S•fay wH a full Colon•I end pl•ced in command of Florida's owft R•qitnent, which he had served 10 ••II. On November 25, 1940, the IZ4tll lnf,ntry WH induct•d into the Feder•I MNice •nd shortly therHfter moved to Camp llaftdinq , FJoridi1 . Among th• illudrious nemes enscrolled . upon the ro1t•r of the 124th lnf.tntrv, 110 commanding off i cer has e•c•ll•d Colon•I Sat,, In d•votion to duty or ift eirc•ll•nce of service. No Colonel of the Reqim,nt hu 9eined more estHm 11 ~1 eft:!t t ;:;9h~;m ty~~ ~fmc::7;1:r"•~• .:.~i!,~• :i"~r::•-:e,~~~•hc:; bun 011• of civ i l •nd 1ocii1I \ltefulneu . Serving In various capeciti., with the State Board of Health, Colonel Safay has contributed much to the hHlth of and to the Hcurity of the citizens of Florida. Since 1n, he has labored in th fi•ld of public hHlth and upon his induction into the Federal ••rvice on November ZS, l9-10 , was hold i n9 the post of Director of San it etlon, Colonel S•fay'1 combined military •nd civili11n t•lents heve often operated together In time of dis,ut.,. Durin9 the 1926 hurrici1ne i n th• Mi,11mi i1ru , Colonel S•fi11 was in charqe of sen1tation throuqho11t the stricken erH. H• Aceived 1p.c:i•I commendation for his work d11onq th i s emergency . In 1!21 he w-,11 a9ein ulled to terve emonq the n,in1 left by the grHt hurricue which sw•pt the .. ,s in South Florida . This tulc •ho wa1 done with dispatch end efficiency. In the yHrs 1939-lt-I his l:nowledqe wH e9,in called upon to mHt the conditions found tn the m i qretory camps of the Everqli1dH. At the prHent time, June. 1941, Colonel S.fay is commandinq th• 12,th lnfi1ntry, one of the more dhtinquished infantry ,-qimenh in th• Division . His areer will be that of the lnf•ntry If the wisht of lifs m•n ar• consider~ i1nd it it safe to predict that his future Hrv i cH wlll h H well i1ttended .... ,th honor II they have bHn 1n th• pest.

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-~ .. .... .. -. . . . " -T H A PANORAMIC VIEW OF THE RIFLE RANGE E R I F L E

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"< t . ~ ,.. . r ".r _._ ,e l..clR!Jl,,. "S'ill!!l'l l.' :;; 5~ , . t; t : ..... .... ' ., b ,~ -1,? •~ =~~. . . .... '. '"' .... ... ..z.t,,h~;;-a-z _ .,t4;;1{{::J.~~~~":';.,.~ -z .. ~ . ..... : . .: A lieutenant instructs a rifleman ., I I ' . .,,,_ . ,r:,}/f"t.f J:~ j . "'x r ~~ ~~.,., .: ~,_._ _,.. f l\,! I . ,-_ ..: ; . ' , .A ft , J~ 3-, ~ ~, ,. , ,.: , , -.-~;,~!. _. ;:'2, ~ i2< ; f:K . . -,: -!-~~:! , ,,,._. h _ , f~~r . , _ ,,, . ~? : I &1-u,~-..,,_ I J ... :': ' : _...,:;_;, ..... ~ ", .. --~,~ ... .:.-..~~"'(',,t. INSPECTION Above: Inspection day, a .30 ealiba~ li ght :nachini, gun it seen _in the !0regro . und. Right: Readying tent and rifle for 1 nspee+ 1on B: lo w: Motor 1 nspeehon . R ig ht , Below: The mortar platoon 1s inspected . Learning what ma~es th, rifle tick .

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TARGET PRACTICE ON THE PISTOL RANGE * Ta1ing aim. * Issuing weapons.

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SMALL ARMS FIRING * Right: A~ aid station near rifle range. Below: A splint is put on soldier's leg at aid station. AID ~TATI~N *

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* Clost•U P of gunner •nd instructor. 1,000-inch ring,. Firing .

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~ : r;y~ls7 ~ ff7-:' . ::J -i // ~ ; _ : ;':_ ; . ~ . : , ~~ Above •f left me11 ue seen. learning fo load macf.ine gun belts.

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An officer •nd operatil"lg crew ue seen in the "pits." T A R G E T S laft, Above: Chec\:ing "hih" on machine 9un target. left: Oper•fing the rifle tugeh. Above: The men re• port scores et score teble.

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P ool. iha motor I lrue'r., ''ng ••Pl' i Unlooa• Truck rap11ir in motor rnainftnanca sect i on. TrucHoads of food tupplias. I I ' y', I -='; if. . '

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THE 124TH ON I.OUIS[ANA MANEUVERS * A few of the many tanh captured by the 124th during Louisiana m.!lneuvers.

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124TH INFANTRYMEN SPRAY BLANK FIRE ON ONRUSHING ARMORED CAR; SCENE NEAR MONTROSE, LOUISIANA * * * loft : Soldiers lined up to receive clothing, ' ' -.--v •:: \\ , )f , ; , .,';, i;i

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At firing positions. Difficult field camounage. .Fi ... . . ., \ ..... ,/ '" _:,j One important consideration for the mod ern antitank crew is timing. Efficient action depends upon the crew's ability to place the gun in an advantageous firing position and to execute a rapid move to another firing post. Here are shown field activities of the 3 7-mm. gun crews. * Instruction in the field. Camouflaged one and one-half ton truc.k and gun.

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This soldier Hims to be enjoying himself.

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I Top, Above: Cooh preparing noon meat. Center, Above: Tl,e K. P. sheils pe,u. Abo..,e: Water pitchers ready for 4ction. Above, Rignt: Was.M ing men kits before inspection. Center, Right: It's di good scrubbing the field kitchen is gerting. Bottom: There ...,jlf undoubtedly be h4m and eggs for hreaifast. K I T C II E N s

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SEEN AROUND THE CAMP* left, Above: The mile post. Abo...-e: Bind praeiice. Left: Geth ered uound the music bes in the sergunt's tent. Left: A typical sheet scene . Left. Below: Softb•II is popul•r sport. Below: Writing and reading during nri period.

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ll~TH INfANlRY ARMY OF THE UNITEIJ STATES CAMP BLANDING, FLORIDA 1 9 4-1 [4JJ .

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RICHARD D. SUTTON Fint Ll.utenant Comm•nding RALPH C. CRAWFORD First Li•.,tenut FRED L. SMITH S•cond liaut•n•nt (Reading from Left to Right) F1RST Row: Master Sergeant Tuten, Charles; First Sergeant Nelson, Ralph G.; Technical Sergeants Aspinwall, Oliver H.; Bales, Arthur W., Jr. SECOND Row: Technical Sergeants Barber, George W .; Barr, George E . ; Bridges, Woodrow W.; Scaff Ser geants Greek, Lloyd E.; Hulbert, Frank M.; Keen, Niles A. THIRD Row: Staff Sergeants Ray, Richard R.; Tuten, Herman R.; Waas, Jack M.; Sergeants Bastings, Marcel S.; Curts, Horace E.; Gurr, Edgar E. FouRTH Row: Sergeants Haskell, Fred L.; Stanfield, Jack C.; Smith, Claude D.; Corporals Anders, Nelson R.; Bennett, Harry J.; Bevis, George L. F1FTH Row: Corporals Coombes, Scoddard F.; Davidson, Herman A.; Evans, Jack W.; Guinn, Dallas \V . ; Harris, E . J.; McCocklin, Junius C. S1XTH Row: Corporals McDowell, Julian P.; P~trison, Roy W.; Rudd, Thomas]. * J i ~ ,;, r •:. . ~ -: ' =~~ 1. ~.f . 1t ' ~ ,-.:.l.~ .. .;~~---L,:O.CJlm• •. J~ :'" . . : . . ".,;,,;....' * *
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H E A D _ Q U A R T E R 5j COMPANY * * * (Ret1ding from Left lo Right) FIRST Row: Privates First Class Armstrong, Ralph D.; Arnold, Barnie W.; Barker, Valentine L.; Beville, Ervin R.; Beville, Leonard S. SECOND RO\": Privates First C!ass Bodenhamer, Ralph B.; Casey, Charles E.; Craig, Henry T.; Davidson, Charles H . ; Dudley, Grover C. THIRD Row: Privates First Clas; Farmer, Rich ard F.; Garrett, Orie; Golson, James B.; Green, Leo D.; Green, Ira N. FovRTtt Row: Privates First Class Harrold, Robert E.; . Henderson, Calfrey G.; Hood, J. D.; Lashley, Buford; Mattox, Columbus J. FIFTH. Row: Privates First Class Merritt, Rich ard F . ; Rutland, Wallace E.; Sams, Charles H.; Steele, James E.; Taylor, William E. SIXTH Row: Privates First Class Whisman, Jasper L.; Whittemore, James C.; Privates Bevis, Harold T . ; Blackstock, Jimmie M.; Bragg, Harold B. SEVENTH Row: Privates Brown, Alexander; Browning, Horace C.; Bruce, Charles L; Camp bell, James L.; Carr, Robert M. !i,l

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HEADQUARTERS COMPANY * (Reading from Left to Right) FIRST Row: Privates Casper, Melvin H.; Chaplin, William F.; Cohen, Hyman B.; Cohen, Joel; Coleman, Paul B. SECOND Row : Privates Collins, Hugh L.; Compto.i, Thomas E . ; Con: nor, Willie S.; Corbett, George L.; Craft, John W. THIRD Row: Privates Crane, Wil liam Mc.; Douglass, Donald C.; Durant, Cecil B.; Eaton, James W.; Elia, William T. FouRTH Row: Privarcs Ferguson, Roy L.; Ford, John P.; Fox, James C.; Flanzb!au, Bernard; Gibbs, Gene \Y/. ' Ftn-H Row: Privates Goodwin, Harold E.; Hiers, Austin M.; Jarrell, Donald W.; Johns, Virgil M.; Lapham, David M. SIXTH Row: Privates Marks, Grady C.; McDaniels, James W.; Osborne, Kenneth W.; Petersen, Henry T.; Prevatt, James J . SEVENTH Row: Privates Richar, Ralph L.; Ruby, Raymond A.; Sand ers, William E . ; Sims, Oliver C.; Simms, Raiford J. E1c.HTH Row: Privates Smith, Sam uel J.; Watkins, Thomas E . ; Willens, Paul M.; Williams, Max I.; Wright, Thomas J. * * ~-/~4:'.f s . ~• -: . :-: -!"' \ "/ . . ;;,,; . . ( _ .. -. . . . ... "" ..,.,...,.,,,.,,.,,.,.. J,.: -.:; . . . . . ; --' ,-: . : \ V ~. '. : . '9 .1 -II : --~ . .... .. . < :ts;~~ : ~-• , I . , ~Pl . . >J . . . i . .... , , ii ,;,. . 1Y ' ,. ~ -;~: ,,. , ... ,L ~ . ~

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A * (Reading from Ltft to Right) FmsT Row: Technical Sergeant Scott, Wiley B.; Scaff Serge:uic Chapman, Edward J.; Sergeant Bonifield, Thomas A.; Boucwe!I, Gene A.; Halpern, Herbert R. SECOND Row: Sergeant Joiner, Ace M.; Corporals Lucas, Robert E.; Williams, Norman F.; Privates First Class Allan, Eugene C.; Allen, Byron L. THIRD Row: Privates Firsr Class Dawson, Harry M.; Emtcy, Raiford; Haworth, Richard; Handley, Cyril; Kreis, Max . * [47] FouRTH Row: Privates First Oass Moore, Robert; Polk, Harle C.; Scherr, Paul; Sutherland, Gene M . ; Wade, Harold. FIFTH Row: Privates First Oass Walker, James; Wood, Silas; Bush, John E.; Evans, Jack B.; Lane, A. C. *

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I WILLIAM E . BALL F i rst Ll•"f•n~nt Commanding JAMES A . DOWLING F int Li•ut•nant A N r I r AN K * (Rtt1ding from Left to Rigl , t) F1RST Row: First Sergeant Stake, Elwood P.; Staff Sergeant Nunn , James W.; Sergeants Blank, Carl L.; Brooks, \Vilson D . SECOND Row : Sergeants Crumbly, Rufus D.; Ephrem, Victor L.; Ford ham, Howard J.; Marrin, Lee H.; Merritt, Lloyd E.; Middleron, Clyde C. THIRD Row: Sergeants Simpson, Francis R.; Smedl;y, Estel R.; Smith , Ted J.; Traeger, George N.; Corporals Carlson, Frederick \X '.; Cox, Fritz L. FouRTH Row: Corporals Flowers, Lurie E.; Gay, Greenwood G.; Hague, Benjamin L.; Hancock, Howard E .; Hawley, Fay F . ; Hugas , Jauquine V. FIFTH Row : Corporals Jaglowski; Eugene P.; McQuaig, Melvin L.; Moore, Stephen L., Jr .; Nelson, Glenn C.; Nettles, William O.; Poulos , Peter G. So.."TH Row: Corporals Todd, Ed win H.; Vallia, Wayman O .; Vinson, Jesse S . , Jr.; White, Herbert F.; Winn, Maxwell B . SANTFORD C . TOLIElT Second Llautenant FRANK H. CROWE Second Litufenut

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A N T t T A N K c.~ o M p A N y ...::. (Reading from uft to Right) FIRST Row: Privates First Oass Barrow, James T.; Batten, Gideon, Jr.; Behrnes, Allen L.; Brew• ton, Robert M.; Capo, Oscar R. SECOND Row: Privates First Class Clemments, Clifford A.; Douglas, Johnny P.; Driggers, Lem T.; Dunn, Archie N.; Gibsqn, Benjamin E. THIRD Row: Privares First Class Hardey, Clar ence L.; Harrison, John T.; Helton, Falk F.; Hofilield, Garn M.; Hunt, Arthur D. FOURTH Row: Privates First Oass Johnson, Harold P.; Jones, Myron M.; Jordan, Olen J . ; Lipscomb, Henry F;;,Morris, Ernest T. FIFTH Row: Privates First Class Osteen, Marlin J.; Peterson, Oarence; Rigby, Shirley G.; Saucer, Aubrey F.; Tomko, Joseph P. SIXTH Row: Privates First Class White, Patrick E.; Williams, Carroll N.; Williamson, William C.; Woods, William W.; Private Akers, Howard L. SEVENTH Row: Privates Allen, John H.; Baber, Chester B.; Baker, Milvin R.; Baker, Norman; Barker, William E . EtGHTH Row: Privates Barker, Willie; Bayless, Willard J.; Beatty, James P., Jr.; Bellack, John F., Jr . ; Biciolis, Ignatius G . NINTH Row: Privates Bishop, Charlie H.; Bledsoe, Jesse J.; Bise, William E.; Brehm, Dale E.; Bridges, James 0.

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ANTITANK COMPANY * (Reading from Left lo Right) FIRST Row: .Pri,ares Brooker, Edward F.; Cadenhead, Hermon; Carden, Or\'al H.; DeLertre, Billy H. SECOND Row: Privates Downing, Roy E.; Eley, Roland T.; Elliott, Donald H . ; Gipson, Joseph; Hammock, Neal, Jr. THIRD Row: Privates Jenkins, Marion F.; Jer• nigan, Raymond M.; Jones, Lloyd G.; Joyner, Thomas B.; Keppel, Joseph F. FouRTH Row: Privates Koller, Daniel D.; Lafreniere, Nelson E.; Lawless, Clifford L.; Long, Gifford E.; Mandel, Edward J. FIFTH Row: Pri\'ates Manning, Andrew, Jr.; McCall, Elbert; McCall, Floyd L.; McQuaig, James A.; Miller, Bee. S1,-'TH Row: Privates Mills, Pearless C.; Minger, 'v<'alter T.; Mintzer, Huvey W.; Moad, Paul L; Nicholson, John C: SEVENTH Row: Pri, ates Paramore, Hardy A.; Perry, Paul E.; Porter, James B.; Pryor, John E., Jr.; Reddick, George. E1GHTH Row: Privares Scott, Coy W.; Skeggs, Paul F.; Smith, Donald S . ; Stanley, Rufus R.; Steele, William H. NINTH Ro\lC': Privates Sutton, Robert E.; Tom linson, Herbert P.; Tompkins, Leon A.; Wall, Albertus E. TENTH Row: Pri,ates W'ilson, James H.; \v'ilson, Woodrow; \X 1 inslow, \v'ilfom; Witt, Jack R. I 501 * ~.i'ii =-. f t: ' I . . . . ---.; .. . ....

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SHELDON C. PARKER First Lituti1nant WILLIAM J. THOMAS Captain Command i nq \.. :-'?'" ; . ( -~' LOUIE C. COX Second Li,uten•nt .. WILLIAM H. BRIDGES Second Lieutenant . . .. ,,_ .,,~. \ i? . :1~ .-'' . ' OWEN W. GRIFFIN C.tptain JACK M. NICHOLSON Second lieutenant I. . ~. -~ ~ . . ' JAMES C. BURDETT F i nt Li11,1tenant . i (Reading from Lef I to Right) FIRST Row: ?,.,laster Sergeants Bennett, Curtis H.: Emmerling, Frank; Menten , Peter J.; Scoville, John T. SECOND Row: Technical Sergeant Go v ocek, Joseph G.; Firn Sergeant Dempsey, James N. , Jr.; Scalf SergeantS Adams, Lonnie L.; Cagle, Beronze M.; Scoville, George \Y/. , Jr. THIRD Row: Staff Sergeant Usina, Arthur W.; Sergeants Bener, Chester E.; McKenzie, Ernest M.; McQuaig, Elmer E.; Price, William H. FouRTH Row: Sergeants Sanchez, Eugene P.: Taylor, Sidney J.; Wadsworth, James L.; Cor porals Groark, Harry J .; Roche, Billy B. [HI

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s E R V C E C * 0 M p A N y * (Reading from Left to Right) FIRST Row: Privates Dean, Harold C.; Dean, James \V.; Dekay, Albert C.; Edwards, Sam \V. SECOND Row : Privates J::agg, Lawrence R.; Fogarty, Robert E.; Goff, James K.; Hall , Lonnie C.; Khoury, Will i am J. THIRD Row: Privares Lackey, Jimmie M.; Lackey, J. W.; Leonard, George T.; Marb, Wil liam K . ; Mitchell, Richard M. FoURTH Row: Privates Mixon, James A.; Moreton, Julian V.; Reynolds, Homer V.; Roche, Joseph V .; Sellers , Louis L. FIFTH Row: Privates Sheller, Eugene W.; Smith, Rabon L.; Smith, Tommy C.; Snyder, Aaron;-Stephens, Emmit J. SIXTH Row: Privates Taylor, Bernard; Thig pen, Vivian , J.; Todd, Auburn L.; Thompson, Jack S.; Triay, Raymond J. SEVENTH Row: Privates Warren, Murrah M.; Watson, Leon R . ; West, Harold L.; Wynn, . George.

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r 1r , r .){{:: . ., "' " I~~ . :• ..... -:_, , ./ . ; : / _.,.. .' i ._r ~ ,r '. ::: . -!.. , . . .f. . . ~ .. , _ . . ,-,., ;. ,HENRY W, McMILLAN, JR . Lieutenant Colonel Comm.ndin9 )lJ , ! p , ;( _ t i~: ; . . : . ..~ . ' . . t: .. ! ..; . HAROLD C. WASHBURN M1jot Eucutin Officer : _ . , . . . .. :.,.: :..;:;..:., .1~ :. H I A Il ij U A R T I R * WILLIAM H . DIAL First Lie\j t en nt .A d j u tant *

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FIRST BATTALION * , -~ ':' _ (: : ' . ... 1_: ;r 4 _ ___ : ~1r~~-,~7-~~~ :~ , ~ ~ 7 ::~ ~,_;,'": //'f RAYMOND ST . J. SPRAGUE First Utuhnint Comn,.nciirui * (Read:ng from Left to Right) F1RST Row: First Sergeant Thomp son, Ira S.; Scaff Sergeants Arant, James C.; Van Norden, Alfred H.; Sergeant Colbert, Hal A. ; Corporals Barwick, Charles L. SECOND Row: Corporals Johnson, Arthur; Kehoe, Emmett \XT.; Stein meyer, Harry A.; Tiller, William W.; Ptivaces Fim Class Agee, Cecil G. THIRD Row: Privates First Class Belcher, Titus L.; B!air, Robert C.; Hilton, James A.; Hobbs, Raymond S . ; Hugh,s , George A. Foui!TH Row: Privates First Class Schultz, Harold F.; Privates Bean, Robert H.; Beecher, Johnie R.; Blan ton, Ernest W.; Blouin, Timothy R. FIFTH Row: Privates Broic, George; Byers, James C.; Career, Royal A.; Cazak, John P.; Clark, Tillman R. SixTH Row: Privates Colbath, Francis W.; Connor, Arthur B.; Di Blasio, Dominic A; Fischer, George A; Fuller, Louis L. ' SEVENTH Row: Privates Hazard, John R.; Senkarik, Joseph V.; Wal thall, Randall P.; White , Edward 0.

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JOHN J . KLEIN First lieutenant Commanding lERRY B. PATIERSON Fint Lieutenut M (Reading from Left to Right) FIRST Row: First Sergeant Marshall, Arthur R.; Sralf Sergeant Willett, Joseph B.; Sergeants Bennett, Lester W.; Collins, Benjamin F.; Ellington, William T.; Hall, Herbert J. SECOND Row: Sergeants Henson, son, Jesse O.; Kessler, Bruce R.; Kirk man, Thomas H.; Lusk, Roy H.; Mc Clain, Allen F.; Merrill, William K. THIRD Row: Sergeants Nelson, Em mett L.; Pamplin, Dellis N.; Reed, Henry J.; Sullivan, William R.; Wood, Burton M.; Wood, Joseph E. FOURTH Row: Corporals Berry, George H.; Felts, Herman A.; Ham ilton, Clayton W. Lawhorn, Cecil B.; Marks, Joe W.; Matthews, Alcon W. FIFTH Row: Corporals Murph)', Leverette F.; Myrick, William R. E.; Samson, David H.; Sheller, Gaylord E.; Walcer, Harry G.; Young, Adam B. 1,61 JOSEPH J. SPENCE First lieutenant A * N ' .. ;.~}Jb4~~,sj 1 LEWIS M . HAMNER Second y ROGER W . MALOOF Second Lieutentnt A 11 . . . . . -~ __ ,~ ~ . .. .. / . ,.,Jl,r.i.,i.. •' :.;I -.:.:l -:: ,i -,• . .. ? :1 _ 1 ' -, -:_.'. ~1,,, : . . ' ' }):, . 11~ ... ~t ., ' )I;.; . e; . 9 ~,.. .. .. .."' ... , < ' ft: . 9 J :-:) _;,_!: ;Ml,,,. : .\.. .,~'";: : ~, ' . , -;:-... . ,. _ . . . . . . . . .. . . 1, ~. ~t, ~ -:-: /~/ . _ ,;. _:'.. . -~ --. i ' ~ ,, I . ' ' . ...-tt . . ; ' . ' : _ , .. ,: . :. . . -; . J.~ . ' __._

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Ill~~ : $ tl _itIJ, . .. . . . ~~"~"'"'" -~tt~ j : '' ~ . -~ , ; , i~. ');~ . , ' ' , .....,•""'-""'-=='--' \ ; j ,;_ ,;_: : == r ~ ;. : . ~ . .. ,.&.,: . ~,_,. ., .:~ . . _ _ '" . .. J < , .' . ' . ' . .;. , , ' . 1P' 1 -: . ~ ' ' ~ _ ... : _. .. 3 (, \ -~ .~ . . , . ... ':,-. . ., <.. . . :. ~ =~ _ ' . ,. ~ 1 .. . -i ~' . :.., , ' . . ~ . . . . ;, ~ . ~ ... . ,;;,..: . ;' r , --~• ~ , . . . _ ~ :_ ,. ., ... . . ' '? , . . , .. : ~ ~,.. ; ; ~, j ' .,. 4, ~ . .. .. .. . , .. . . . ft . . . ~ _. i :_ .. . . _ ) C O M P A N Y A ' * ( Reading from Left to Right) F1RST Row: Privates First Class Blomeley , Wil liam S., Jr.; Brown, Wendell J.; Covington, Rob ert C.; Dearth, Golden B.; Dowling, Joseph J. SECOND Row: Privates First Class Felts, Otis G.; Knowles, Paul E.; McCall, Ralph G . ; Mc Carrick, Samuel B . ; Miller, Allan. THIRD Row: Privates First Class Moe, Norris B . ; Murano, Angelo P.; Ogden, Leadlay H.; Petty, Clement L.; Plane, Wi!liam F. FoURTH Row: Pr iv ates First Class Preeschl , Donald R . ; Rankin , James W.; Roberts, Willard; Sgro, Joseph M.; Shiver, Carl W. F1rrH Row: Privates First Class Smith, Hugh M.; Smith, Thomas E.; Spence , M o se W . ; Stock , James R . ; Strickland, Kenneth W . SLXTH Row: Privates First Class Summers, Thomas J.; Traylor, Charles S.; Van Wylc , Mau rice J., Jr.; Welch, Walter, Jr.; Wells, Ralph R . SEVENTH Row: Private First Class Young, Pies D.; Privates Alexander, Frank J.; Allen, George E.; Adams, Clana J.; Ball, Vernon M. E 1 cHTH Row: Privates Brown, Homer G.; Caprolloni, Nicholas J . ; Carey, Ralph A . ; Carp, Maynard L.; Carr, Andrew J. N1NTH Row: Privates Carroll, Cl i fford M.; Carson , John W . ; Cartledge, James C. ; Carter, Howard B . ; Carter, James M . TENTH Row: Privates Carter, Wi!liam R.; Cathcart, James A., Jr.; Childress, Ralph L.; Chronister, John C. ; Clay, Donald J . c,11

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COMPANY A * (Reading from Left to Right) FIRST Row: Pri v ates Chy, Hub e rt D.; Clayton, Charles M . ; Claytor, Ed gar D. ; Clendenen, Charles M.; Creager, Paul S.; Crossan , James W. SECOND Row: Privates Daniel, John O.; Dennis, Harry K . ; Dick, Harry C.; Dove , Leroy E., Jr.; Duncan, Lawrence E.; Durst, Mar s hall 0 . THIRD Row: Privates Duval!, Nor man E.; Everett, William F.; Fischer, John T . ; Gyorok, Paul J ., Jr.; Hagan, Rufus R.; Harden, Rodrigus B. FoURTH Row: Privates Hardin , Paul B . ; Heery, Marrin F. ; Hoard , John C.; Houck, Edward M.; Ingham, Albert L.; Kennedy, Wil s on. FIFTH Row: Privates Knowles, Gladstone M . ; Kokes , William B.; Lack, Oscar R.; Lands, Obie C.; Lanier, Reuben E.; Lord, Neal F. SIXTH Row : Privates Miller, Car roll T. ; Miller, Norman E.; Mor.:an, John P.; Morgan, \'IQ'alter V.; Mo;ris, Ivy T. ; Nelson, John T. SEVENTH Row: Pri v ates Phelps, Harris W.; Pickert, John M.; Ragans, Paul B . : Reichert, George; Richter , Robert; R i mes , Oran T. EIGHTH Row: Privates Rood, Homer J.; Rosen, Louis; Rosenbalm, Edward C.; Sandiford, Marvin; Scott, Rob e rt J.; Smith, Patrick J. NINTH Row: Privates Stctser, \X'.; Tart, Joe F. ; Thornton, Wallace W. ; Toske , Willard H. ; Vaughn, Edgar . W.; Vaughn , Percy . TENTH Row: Privates Wagoner , Charles J.: Whatley, Je s se W . ; Whet stone, Andrew J.; Winfield, H. [ ,SJ * i .. --:-:.l-, . : . ! -_ . : \ =v i . ~ . ! I :-~ J;:$ .~ :: ; . , . {~ . ... ; ;_ "\ . t f . & l k!!'~:;:14_.:a:q,,J;! ~ -j. :, r i\t . ' -~ . ....,, f~ .. '.::> : ' ; ' .. '. . . . . .. . -:: . ' ' \~1 )i;t . . . ~. i ,...., . -. ~. *

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SHIRLEY H. DIX First Lieut,no1nt WALTER G. SMITH First LT.utenant ROBERT I. TURNER, JR. First Lieulen•nt ----~~"~~f .J~73~ I . ~;f. ' ,:fj ;ft~ .:-:~:: ,le, ) ~7,;:,.,,,~'il { . :: .. ; . . -~ . . .,-~~'~%~ . '.! ',.; _.} ;f :) ' <1 ff ..,., ?,,, ...... _ L ... i~ '.1 _ . i:: ',, ., 4j .L J~-~!lit 1 t ROY N. EDDY Second Lteutanant IEN I. ACREE Captain Comm•nding CLAl:.'ICE Se:::nd l . :i ~-.. .. {~~'. :. (Reading from Left to Right) FIRST Row: First Sergeant Moser. James H.; Staff Sergeant Former. Clyde E.; Sergeants Ayers, Lloyd W.: Bowser, Charles B . SECOND Row: Sergeants Cass. Thomas C.; Cates, Cecil H~ Jr.: Cooper, Fred J.; Home, Claude G.; McLaughlin, Owen A.; Metcalf, Jaclc.. THIRD Row: Sergeants Moore, James B., Jr.; Murray, Ward C.; Nikstaitis, Walter C.; O'Hara, Ee ward P.; Rollins, Levin H., Jr.; Si.::i monite, Thomas F. FOURTH Row: Sergeants Swar.n, Don L.; Weaver, Donald C.; Wes: man, John P.; Corporals Campbtll, John G.; Cerniglia, Alfred M.; Do!. bow, Louis J. FIFTH Row: Corporals Frear, Harry J.; Gooms, Russell E.; Jackson, Carlis B.; McLaughlin, Daniel G.; Marsh, Aubrey L.; Martin, Clifford ' E. SIXTH Row: Corporals Newbold, William G.; Redman, Lon K.; Sun ribier, Leo K.; Titman, William ~L; Wegerson, Stanley M. ll9l

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C 0 M * (Reading from Left to R i ght) FIRST Row: Privates First Class Austin, Vernon; Bemer, Herbert H . ; Berry, Ervin H.; Brookbank, Marion H.; Cerniglia, William J.; Carter, Fred W. SECOND Ro w : Privates First Class Crosby, Norman C.; Culpepper, Marion T . ; Detzel, Joseph M . ; Donn, James; Ebbers, John A.; Fuller, Ozro . THIRD Row: Privat e s First Class Gardner, Charles A; Gill, Wiliiam A.; Gilman, Jack; Gra)', Roger P . ; Hodges, Cecil C.; Hoffman, Leo L. FOURTH Row : Pri1ates F i rst Class Hull, Ellis P. ; Hui!, Iulus E . ; John son, Harold T.; Keller, Francis M.; Laws , Eugene L. ; Maramba , J'vlar i a n o A. FIFTH Row: Privates First Cla s s Miller , James S.; Moss, Ining O.; Noel, Ottis A; Ph i llips, Roscoe D . ; Pitre, James D.; Pope, James T. SIXTH Ro w : Privates First Class Price, Jeffrey F.; Rogers, Laurie J.; Scharber, M a rcel A.; Sever , John \'v.; Shelton, Roland H.; Spurway, Thomas D., Jr . SEVENTH Row: Privates First Class Stewart, Alfred C.; Taylor , Harry E.; Voss, \'villiam T.; \'v atford, Clifton J . ; Privates Allen, Curtis F.; Allen," Kenneth M. EIGHTH Row: Privates Barger, Harvie D.; Bosworth, Ellis H.; Brant ley, James B.; Bridges, Maurice \'v . ; Brooke, Dillon D.; Bya r s, Leland A. NINTH Row : Privates Carlson, Palmer; Carter, William E.; Check, Luster; Coachman, Horace H.; Con lon, Patrick J.; Cox, James E. [60] p . . a . . ' \~J Ar\ ... N y B

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COMPANY B * (Reading from uf t to Rigl,t) F1RST Row: Privates Craig, Otto Q . ; Deringer, Don F.; Det2el, Howell M.; Ferrall, Thomas N., Jr.; F:dler. Dale R.; Flippo, Arley R. SECOND Row: Privates Foehrbi~. John W.; Foley, Alden V.; Fox. Johnnie C.; ' Frazier, Robtrt D.; Funi::. Dale E.; Gay, Richard A. THIRD Ro,v: Privates Garman, Joh!! W/.; Gentzen, Charles A.; Ger::ie\ c:. John H.; Gleason, Walter A.; G~ Walter E.; Gosnell, William F. FouRTH Row: Privates Grabitsh. Marcellus A.; Green, Ellsworth V.: Groo, Joseph A.; Groover, \\"illia::: A.; Group, Wayne A.; Gudehky, A: bert R. FIFTH Row: Privates Gcn: c =.. George B.; Hallett, Sheldon W.: Hamges, Leo P.; Hawks, Eiwoo.:: Hcffielinger, Brady O.; Hoard, R0::erc C. S1.'

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BEN W, MILLER First Lieutenant OLIVER W. HARTWELL First Lieutenant C. D. CLEMENT First Lieutenant Commanding (Reading from Left to Right) FIRST Row: ScaffSergeant Zinni, Albert J.; Sergeants Abdo, Peter F.; Ayers, Kenneth L.; Burk, Oral H.; Cook, George G.; Garver, Jack A. SECOND Row: Sergeants Grenfell, William R. H.; Groover. Julian A.; McElhenney, George \X'.; Meyer, Wilson; Mollincaux, Royal: Peters, Darwin C. THIRD Row: Sergeants Stevens, Edwin C.: Stevens. Max D.; \v'illiam son, Leo C.; \v' ~odruff, Alwyn L.; Corporals Brown, Horace L.: Bur bridge, John D. FouRTH Row: Corporals Church, John R.; Hutchins. Neal C.: Kearns, Arthur J.; Kemp, Thomas E.; Kite, Lorin N.: Lariscy, Ralph \X 7 FIFTH Row: Corporals Levak, Michael; Morgan, John \X'.: Mulkey, Tom D.: Ross, DoMld A.: \v'aters. Addie M.; Wingate, James M. [62] HARRY M. WILMER First Lieutenant CLARENCE D. GRAY Second Litutenant * JAMES !. BROOKS Second Lieutenant

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. . . . --~ ' . ~ '-r :: --~l1 4. -':~: . . ! 1 ,J ~ 1 . 'iJ •. t C ' '1 . : ' . . ' ..;~ . "!'., . -~ . .. ; . . ~ . . -1 :,. . . 1> . . :f-l'.,. . , . 2~ ( .. . : :_ ; < . --. '. _ . _ ;_ 'I=' ,, ./ >:" ,; ,. ~~ : ~ . ' t. 1;11 . t{ "" . :=. '. 4 , ' J!i , "' f . ,. ' _ : COMPANY C * (Reading from Left to Right) F1RST Row: Privates First Class Allen, Hoven O.; Ashley, Floyd F.; Barnes, Clinton P .; Bow, Richard E.; Brady, Hugh F.; Brooker, Benjamin F. SEcoso Row : Privates First Class Brown, Thomas G.; Bryan, Marion D.; Conner, Lewis S.; Crosby, Glen; Delk, Albert J . , Jr.; Garner, James M. THIRD Row : Privates Firsc Class Garner, Bob M.; Grenfell, Robert K . ; Hiers, Hubert L.; Lick, Orin L.; Long, George D.; Mattox, \Valcer D. FoURTH Row: Privates First Class McCarley, John J.; Osborne, Walter H.; Pinner, Elmer D .; Reynolds, George D . ; Sapp, Alfred J.; Savage, Charles W. F1rrH Row: Privates First Class Smith, Terrell H.; Smith, William M . ; Strebe, Clifford S.; Tinsley, Hol lis D.; Webb , Roy; White, Charles W. SIXTH Row: Privates Atkinson, Joe M.; Balicki, Mitchell; Barnes, Glenn H.; Bense!, Robert F.; Boring. John T . , Jr.; Bowen, . Constant, Jr. SEVENTH Row: Privates Boyette, Jesse T., Jr.; Brooks, Wiley B . ; Bums, Rubin A.; Campbell, Edward F.; Campbell, Hagey F . ; Campbell, Harry M. EIGHTH Row: Privates Chapman, Arthur L.; Chapman, Kenneth O .; Clementi, Mike B.; Coggins, T. R.; Douglas, Jack M.; Duncan, Robert H. NINTH Row: Privates Ewart, John ' H.; Forehand, Rannie W .; George, Harris B.; Hall, James T.; Hars, Car• lyle F.; Herndon, Joseph W. TENTH Row: Privates Hilfer, Rob ert; Himmelheber, Eugene L.; Hog sett, Luther J.; Holland, Charlie A.; Jordan, James H.; Jowers, Warren L. [63 l

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COMPANY C * (Reading from Left to Right) FmsT Row: Privates Kalwa, Joseph J.; Kepner, Charles P.; Kiesling, Her man F.; King, Hugh I. SECOND Row: Privates King, Wil liam D.; Kocienda, Walter E.; Kuhns, James L.; Lanious, Chester R., Larter, Robert B.; Lawrence, Thomas P. THIRD Row: Privates Lawrence, Paul E.; Lemons, Paul G.; Lighmer, Charles G.; Malczewsk~ Daniel J.; Marquis, Billy S.; Mauer, Milton H. FouRTH Row: Privates McGee, Leaston M.; McGovern, Walter M.; Minx, Earl 0., Jr.; Moulder, Gene V.; Myers, Jacob H.; Near, Manuel H. FIFTH Row: Privates Neat, Alvin C.; Neiman, Ralph E.; Nelson, Paul E.; Newbill, Marion L.; Nintle, Glenn W.; O'Brien, Thomas L. SIXTH Row: Privates Orton, Leon H.; Owens, Dewitt; Palcher, Edward E.; Pellom, Herman L.; Prescott, Cleveland; Pumam, Jimmie E. SEVENTH Row: Privates Ridgeway, James A; Roberts, Gene C.; Rushing, Edward M.; Safer, Charles E.; Sea man, Carl A; Shadle, Victor M. EIGHTH Row: Privates Simone, Vic tor V.; Stewart, Samuel E.; Stratton, Alfred L.; Strickland, Malcolm; Sykes, Lorace W.; Thompson, George G. NINTH Row: Privates Thompson, Ralph J.; Valentine, Elvin W.; Valen tine, Frederick O.; V erboys, Edward A; Vickers, William H.; Vierling, James. TENTH Row: Privates Ward, \'Ves ley G.; Werhy, Roy B.; White, Leon H.; Williams, Earnest W.; William ;on, Woodrow W.; Wimrbrook, John W. *

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; ~t i 1{ ? 1 ?: •-: : , : ' !'..~. / . CHARLES I. SCHIRARD Fint Uautenant GEORGE J. VOTAW F i nt Ueuttn•nt \ RUSSELL E. WHETSTONE F i rst li1ut1n1nt JOHN S . BRAND Sttond Liauhn•nt ;fl ~ t .• { 1 _ ~:(j DAVID C. MORGAN Second ~~MPANY * .. i ;\~ . \ Jt~ ' . . . , . ~n, \; , ~IA . WILLIAM F. RUNGE C.ptain Comm1ndin9 * (Reading from Left to Right) FIRST Row : First Sergeant Howell, Herman L.; Staff Sergeant Benton, Jack M.; Sergeants Cul pepper ~ Carroll W . ; Geromanos, Leon A., Jr.; Hamil, Clinton C. SECOND Row: Sergeants Knight, Robert A.; Rabun, Carl M .; Raburn, Britt; Renaud, James L.; Vickery, Phillip M. THIRD Row: Corporals Collier, Edward M.; David, John G.; Davidson, Mansel ].; Doker, Harold; Flumm, Ph i lip W., Jr. FouaTH Row: Corporals Green, Charles F.; Hartman, Wilbur C.; Harvey, Clyde W . ; Kellner, Waldo W.; Klicker, Walter T., Jr. FIFTH Row: Cotporals McIntyre, Charles H .; Reaves, John R., Jr.; Sharpe, Harry R.; Stinson, Roy J.; Stovall , Eugene K . [65 l

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C 0 M * (Reading from Left to Right) FIRST Row : Privates First Class Bailey, Luther M . ; Baker, Ernest C.; Barat, Steve; Bauman, Robert 0. SECOND Row: Privates First Class Beecher, William R.; Benton, Kenneth E.; Boyd, James K.; Bush, John; Coursey, William L.; Cunningham, Wesley 0. THIRD Row : Privates First Class Evans, Edward F., Jr.; Flumm , Charles G.; Fletcher, Ralph L.; Fritchey, Reeves P . ; Hildum, Roy B.; Hi!~ Josh . FoURTH Row: Privates First Class Hogan, James C.; Johnson, Levy V.; Jones, Amos E.; Lee, Jesse U.; Reaves, James C.; Rudd , James D. FIFTH Row : Privates Fim Class Starnes, Johnie A.; Tyner, Ausburn C.; Privates Benecke, Herman R.; Br y ant, Bancroft L.; Bulger, Ray mond A.; Cannella, Joe L. SIXTH Row: Pcivates Crandall, Charles L.; Curry, Oscar J.; Earnest, Duel; Ellis, William D.; Emerson , James L.; Fleeman, James W. SEVENTH Row: Privates Gariepy, Gilbert N . ; George, Peter J.; Halpern, James G.; Hammer, Fred; Hare , Ar nold P.; Hayes , Wilmot F. EIGHTH Row: Privates Hubbard , Albert W.; Hughes , Fred R., Jones, Oscar W.; Kittrell, Richard S . ; Kreiczman, Louis; La Forest, Rex E. N1NTH Row: Privates Lee, Forrest H. ; Lehnhard , Louis M . ; Lindsey, Hah a F.; Lipsitz, Milton L.; Manges, Hart) ' L.; Ma )' nard, Grad y P . r t6J p N y D

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, , , . < l . ~, ""' ~m 1 1 ~t: , . , . . . f : .. , . ,-" _. ; . -; . :"'~ .. M ' ~ : ~ ~~f ~ . . , -7 .. . _ ~ .: -;J .. . , ' ; ~ ; :, . . . -~ ... ... , . " . ~ . , . ~\ -:: ,, . . . .,....'!' ""l'-~ ~~-"" ...... iw"'~""~~ ..... -:; .. . . . ,._ . . ~ . " "'.':"':"'."!''lT!lt'!a'l!l:'!ll" i)}~' . . . ~r~_ -e: . ' ... .... >. -1 ... . ' ... ..,~.,;: : -..--.--, f~9!1 _;~_, . .;;.~ fJ f . -"'_ ;:::::;. , . .. ~ ,. . .~ f~ ~:: .. , ~ .. ~ : i ~f)i. ~. ~ : . _. <;t ; ' . .' ( , .... :~: . '. ~ ~ : . l ~.I. . .. ..._ , . . l /. l . a . ,I.< ,J• .. .\/'.\, t1. ~11~ ;} : r . ~-~ _ -}:c-~ . l ' ~ -~~ -~ .. :i ~:f l:. ' ../1 , . . , : .. . l . . /;:;; .. -~~C O M PA NY D * (Reading from Left to Right) FIRST Row: Privates Cormick, Billie M.; Mon teneri, Vincent; Moote, \1v"illiam \v' . ; Murphy, Lamar; Musselwhite, Calvin A. SECOND Row: Privares Paluch , Frank, Jr.; Parrish, Michael G . : Patrick, William J.; Pearce, James A.; Peddy, John T. THIRD Row : Privat e s Perr man, Patrick S . ; Poplo, Charles; Posron , Fred D.; Pr i ce, Douglas; Pugliese, Albert J . FouRTH Ro w : P riv ates Rakestra w, Paul V.; Reagan , James H.; Regan, \ v' illiam T . ; Riley, Jay W . ; R i ngley, Albert •. FIFTH Row: Privates Roberts, Floyd R .; Rohr baugh, Earl W'.; Rom i nes, Will ia m H. ; Roper, Oscar R.; Rosen, Edwin . Stx-rH Row: Pr i vates Rosensteel, Charles R.; Rubenstine, Earl W . ; Sands. Millard C.; Shackle ford, Hillera T.; Shields, John W . SEVE N TH Row: Privates Shuil , John W.; Sikora, __ Chester ].; Smith, Nick; Stephens, Wil l i am A.; Stevens, William L. E1GHTH Row: Privates Sull i ,an , Harold J. ; Sutherland , Allen P . ; Tate , Charles W . ; Thomp son, Thomas L.; Wagner, Levi E. NINTH Row : Pr iv ates Waits, William B.; Webb, Luther L.; We i shaar , Eugene J . ; Welford, Guy E . ; West, Will i am V. TENTH Row: Privates Whitlock, Lawrence B.; Williams, Maurice E.; Wilson, Bernard C.; Wingo , Emmett L. ; Wolford, D e nn i s P .

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MAXWELL C, SNYDER li•ufenanl Colonel Commanding HARRY J. LEWIS, JR. Major Eucufi,..• Officer H A Il ij U A R T R * SecoJ. B~ SHELTON H. PIERCE First Lieut.nut Adjutant [ 68) *

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* RICHARD G. KIDD. JR . FJ'nt U.uten•l'lt Comm.ndin9 FUNCIS A. SWOPE First Ueuten1nt * H f A Il ij A R r f R Il I l A [ H M I N r $e~B~ (691 * (Reading from uft to Right) F1RST Row: Staff Sergeants Carlisle, Al K . ; Dennis, James H.; Sergeant Dobbs, Robert L.; Corporals Edwards, William A.; Hazen, Thomas C., Jr . ; Jackson , Walter M. SECOND Row: Corporals Johnson , . Walter E . ; Law, Milan K.; Long, Rob err . C.; Privates First Oass Baker, Owen B. ; Burlchalrcr, Dewitt T . , Jr . ; Fernandez, Joseph I . THIRD Row: Privates First Class Holland, William H.; Silcox, George C.; Walker, Joseph S . ; Privates Ayers , Fred W.; Bailey, Charles T . ; Bryant, Noah. FouRTH Row: Privates Burke, George W., Jr . ; Canova, Fredrick J.; Carter, Eugene C.; Chaney, Eugene ; Chaney, Joe; Coker, James F. F1rrH Row : Privates Connell, Noah H.; Davis, Gifford J.; Dawson, Wayne J . ; Fanton, Charles L.; Fore• man, Paul R.; Gantt, William S.

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* * BURNICE H. BELL First Lieut•nant Commandin9 (Reading from Left to Right) FIRST Row: First Sergeant Yates, Chalmer T.; Sergeants Anderson, WiJ. liam A.; Bowles, Roy L.; Brown, Har• ley M. SECOND Row: Sergeants Cannon, Jesse N., Jr.; Carver, Burnice; Chap man, Robert V.; Dale, George H.; Gornto, Cecil L.; Greene, Lavaughn H. THIRD Row: Sergeants Hayes, Homer F.; Henry, Noel P.; Newton, John R.; Taylor, Howard S.; Touch ton, Cecil S.; Weaver, Bernard A. FoURTH Row: Sergeant Weaver, William D.; Corporals Barber, James B.; Brown, Marvin P.; Carver, Mar• vin V.; Collins, Ernest W.; Gill, Leon J. FIFTH Row: Corporals Greene, Clifron W.; Henry, Thomas M., Jr.; Howard, Green V.; Lanier, Barney, Jr.; Newton, James H.; Nolan, Hous ton S. SIXTH Row: Corporals Plymel, Ernest L.; Rogers, John W., Jr.; Schneider, Joseph C. [70] .:. ALBERT E, DURRELL First Lieutenant A * N M,_RVIN " TURNER S•cond lieutenant y * .;; ~ .. ~. -;.~(:i'.'1 .... . •y;. .. ,h~ \(tt:i I ., ,.., l! i 1 . '

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C 0 M p A * * N y E * (Read i ng from Left to Right) FIRST Row: Privates F i rst -Class Beasley, Alex ander D.; Bell, James I . ; Bell, Reid; Boatright, Monroe A. SECOND Row : Privares First Class Brannan, Harry F.; Cannon, Fred \V.; Carpenter, Lynn; Collins, Emmitt M.; Collins, James E. THIRD Row: Privates First Class Connell, Fred J.; Dasher, Thomas I.; Durden, William C.; Goff, Bernard D.; Golden, Jack . FouRTH Row: Privates First Class Graham, Norval M.; Graham, William E.; Griffin, H . G.; Howard, Theron R.; Johnson, Albert M. FIFTH Row: Privates First Class Jones, Elza; Kaufman, John C.; Keen, James R.; Kent, Lester W.; Knight, Carlton D. SIXTH Row: Privates First Class Lanier, Leslie R.; Lashley, Ernest C.; Lashley, Joe E.; Lee, Cur tis T.; Miller, Johnnie C . SEVENTH Row: Privates First Class Mills , Earl V.; Mobley, Osborn L.; Morrison, Julian M.; McMullen, Robert A.; McMullen, Melvin L. [71 I

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C 0 M p * (Reading from Left to Right) Frnsr Row: Privates First Class Olive, 'William A.; Owens, John T., Jr.; Pearson, Johnie A.; Phillips, Odis P. SECOND Row: Privates First Class Powell, Roy C.; Skinner, Steve E.; Smith, Glenn; Smoker, Samuel R., Jr.; Vann, Cecil E. THIRD Row: Privates First Class Vann, Pete; \Vager, Leonard F.; Watts, John H.; \Vest, Her• man L.; Williams, James P. FouRTH Row: Private First Class Wix, De\X'itt L.; Privates Bembry, Marvin; Cannons, Ernest E.; Case, Robert H.; Combs, Roger B. FIFTH Row: Privates Connell, Willie; Crispin, Raymond C.; Farrar, George A.; Fried, Charles E.; Gibson, Wilson P. S1XTH Row: Privates Gilliam, Dennis W.; Gil reath, William G.; Glass, Ray; Glisson, Rebert S.; Gold, Jerome R. SEVENTH Row: Privates Gordon, Haynes T.; Greenlees, Gordon K.; Grinstead, Milcon A.; Hagin, Dave R.; Hatch, Donald D. EIGHTH Row: Privates Herrin, Don W.; Hes ter, Marlin C.; Horne, Elmer L.; Hott, Joseph A., Jr.; Hulst, Carl. 172 J A * J . . . ;;...,. ,,,,i . N y E * -~J .. ., . ' . ' n -~ ~-{ 7 !!"t' ' .... ./ ;,

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COMPANY E * (Reading from Left to Right) FIRST Row: Privates Janos~ Alfred H.; Jones, Stanley J.; Keyes, Roy B.; LaFlamme, Flotimont E. SECOND Row: Privates Lee, John L.; Lowery, Willi.am J.; Manhoif, Jack F.; Meyer, Melvin O.; Miles, Richard S. THIRD Row: Privates Millsap, Ronald J.; Mooney, Cossie; Newman, Fred L.; Nieswiadomy, Michael V.; Norton, William F. FOURTH Row: Privates , Ottavi.ana, Dominick; Palyszesk~ George; Peterson, Edison L.; Peterson, John A.; Peterson, Noel B. FIFTH Row: Privates Pone, Colman; Prevatt, Francis M.; Prevatt, John P.; Proctor, Louis E.; Reese, Girlie G. SIXTH Row: Privates Rhone, George L.; Rob:n son, Earscl E.; Samodovicz, Benjamin; Schaufele, Fraser G.; Schoen, Meredith G. , SEVENTH Row: Privates Serkin, Berr.ie J.; Shumate', Walter G.; Simms, George E., Jr.; Stewart, Leslie M.; Srulc, Roy F. EIGHTH Row: Privates Strickland, Wilmarth; Swafford, Willi.am R.; Tapley, Arthur L., Jr.; Tillery, Aubrey P.; Tompkins, Walter T., Jr. NINTH Row: Privates Violette, Adrian J.; Wadlow, George C.; Waldron, Elver D.; Ward, James M.; Warren, Pafford W. TENTH Row: Privates Weller, Frank K.; White, Joseph T.; Willis, Norman H.; Yarchick, James W.; Zug, John C. [7) 1

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FRANK M. WHIDDON C.tptain Commending PAUL D . LANGFORD First Lieuten,nt M * (Reading from . Left to Right) FIRST Row: First Sergeant Strayer, Fred M .; Sralf Sergeant Brown, John W.; Sergeants Acosta, Edward I.; Alderman, William R. SECOND Row: Sergeants Bemrcutcr, Herman C.; Carter, George C., Jr.; Chase, Raymond W.; Foster, Carl K.; Foster, James E.; Hill, Wallace L. THIRD Row: Sergeants Kersey, Her• bert W .; Lampru, Paul D.; Martin, George E.; Martin, James H.; Mc Gahee, Hunton; Meadows, Henry C. FouRTH Row: Sergeants Shifetdek, Lyle E.; Smith, Jesse J.; Smith, Wil liam H.; Windham, Euthon A.; Cor porals Deloach, James W.; Garcia, Joseph A. FIFTH Row: Corporals Gilmer,John T.; Greene, Wilmer B.; Helsabeck, Kenneth O.; Hinson, Davis M.; Ken nedy, William E.; Norton, Marcus L. SIXTH Row: Corporals Perez , Steve F.; Shockley, Lewis A.; Tren!, John S.; Wells, James L.; Youns, James B. f LOUIE C. WADSWORTH First lieutenant A N ~i j~ij l?) r~ ; : ;~~\ ....,_,,, .. _.,."'. ... '-.. HAROLD P. CLAUS S•cond lieuten1111t y WILLIAM S . HORNE S,cond Lieutenant

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j ., ."'. ~ J . C ';~ ; ' ," . , -. . ? ~ --.~ COMP.ANY F * (Reading from Left to Right) FIRST Row: Privates First Class Albritton, Eason J.; Balaguer, Adolph F.; Bamjum , Albert H . SECOND Row: Privates First Class Bam~s , Ross E.; Barrett , Norman R.; Barry, Theophilus G.; Baty, Ralph R.; Ba.,mann, George R. THIRD Row: Privates First Class Belin, Clelan L.; Benton, James A.; Beugnet, Leo F.; Blanton, Vennis R.; Brewer, Forrest V. FoVRTH Row: Privates First Class Calan, Woodrow P . ; Carpen t er, Heyward T . ; Collins, Wilbur C.; Commander, Perry; Crews, Emory. FIFTH Row: Privates First Class Douglas, Bern ard B.; Drury, Jack H.; Eddy, Leslie C.; Fox worth, Oarence F . ; Gonzalez, Leo. SIXTH Row: Privates First Class Goodson, Wil liam E . ; Graham, Francis G.; Griffin, Benn i e M.; . Harden, OlafE . ; Hart, James E. SEVENTH Row : Privates Firsr Class Ingram, Elmore F.; Joyce, Gardner W . ; K i dd, Neal G.; Kirkl;nd, Lonnie N., Jr.; Kn i ght, Paul M. EIGHTH Row : Privates First Class Mainor, Tom D.; Nelson , Willard D.; Perez, Charles H.; Roberts , Robert W.; Salter, William T . NINTH Row: Private First Class Scheffer, David O .; Pr i vates Alday, Albert; Alday , Hubert; A l ex ander , Orman W . ; Almond, Nolan A. TENTH R~w: Privates Anderun, W. A.; An derson, Joseph A . ; Barrett, Cecil M.; Barrett, John M., Jr. ; Beasley, Dewey A. [ 71 I

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COMPANY F * (Reading from Le/ I to Right) FmsT Ro w : Privates Beaver, Le w is A.; Benenhaley, Edgar R.; Bennett, Robert L.; Bodiford, Emerson P. SECOND Row: Privates Bowers, Paul A.; Braddock, Albert W.; Brown, James L. ; Bro x ton, Royal J.; Br y ant , Luke D . ; Bullington, Newton P. THIRD Row: Pri,ates Bunk, Ma x M.; Campbell, Gordon; Carnett, R i ch ard I.; Carter, Elmer; Chakurda , George , Jr.; Conner, W i lliam C. FouRTH Row : Privates Costa, Rocco; Crawford, William S . ; Crews, James A.; Crews, Leslie B . ; Dale y , Chester W.; Davis, Bernard C. FIFTH Row: Privates Davis, David E.; Dean, Willi e T.; Dri z coll, Wil liam J.; Duncan, Theodore Y.; Dur ner, Roy D.; Dusch, Joseph G. SIXTH Row: Pri,ates Echols, Wood row; Flanagan, Orville A.; Fuhrmann , John H.; Garren , Lester; Gray, John M., Jr . ; Gwynes, Raymond A. SEVENTH Row : Privates Hancock, Joseph A.; Harbison, John C.: Har per, John D., Jr. ; Harris, Leo; Heath , Lawrence G . ; Hicks, Vernon W. E1GHTH Row : Privates Jackson, Franc is R . ; Jenkins, Hillis F. ; King, Howard R.; Kingsley, Johnnie W.; LaByer, John W.; Lavelle, Mark D. N1NTH Row: Privates McGrath, John A.; Minton, Ambrose J., Jr.; Moore, Sidney S.; Newr o n , Sig sb ee B. ; Oxford , Ra l ph W., Jr . ; Reeder, Albert. TENTH Row: Privates Ritch, Jacob W.; Rokosz, William; Russo , Dan A.; Strickland, \Voodrow; Weather! )', Robert L.; W i lliams , Br i nkley . 1 7 6 I

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* .... \ .. . ~ ~:t".:X: ALPHONSE H. FRITOT Captain Commanding M MAXEY S. CREWS Seeond Lieutenant A * N BENJAMIN C. PRICE S1eond U1ut1nant y (Reading from Left to Right) * FIRST Row: First Sergeant Ander• son, Emory L.; Staff Sergeant McKay, Dudley W.; Sergeants Braswell, Wil liam W.; Calhoun, John S., Jr.; Car ter, Walton L.; Crawford, Roscoe N. SECOND Row: Sergeants Hickox, Hilton D.; Mullaly, John W.; Myers, Milton W.; Neller, Lawrence L.; Pick ering, Andrew C.; Rogers, We~ley. THIRD Row: Sergeants Shelfer, An gus G.; Swope, Charles L.; Wilson, Clarence M., Jr.; Wright, Will:e R.; Corporals Albert, Sam M.; Clanton, RobmM. FoURTH Row: Corporals Dent, Ira E.; Douglas, Carl C.; Dulaney, James K.; Howe, John S.; Hutchinson, Horace L.; MacDonald, Thomas R. FIFTH Row: Corporals O'Mallan, James B., Jr.; Rickenbaker, Josiah L.; Simpson, Harper C.; S:nclair, John A., Jr. (77 J

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COMPANY G * (Re11ding from Left lo Right) FmsT Row: Privates First Class Acosta, Jefferson B.; Alford, Jesse D.; Allen, Lawton B.; Allen, Walter D.; . . Austin, Bethel R.; Bailey, Alda M. SECOND Row: Privates First Class Bolton, Clarence D.; Brady, Amos; Brand, H. F.; Carpenter, Crawford F.; Cardinale, Antonio; Carter, Gerald R. THIRD Row: Privates First Class Chandler, William B.; Chisholm, Les lie O . ; Clark, Eugene L.; Goff, Curtis A., Jr.; Green, DeWitt H.; Gregory, Kennith E. FoURTH Row: Privates First Class Hall, Clarence L.; Herndon, Charles B . ; Hunt, Arthur W. Lanoux, Her bhye J . ; Mann, Venton A.; Newsome, William S. FIFTH Row: Privates First Class O'Cain, William R.; Peeples, Clifford A.; Prescott, Norris L.; Price, Her man; Reese, John W.; Rhodes, Richard E. SIXTH Row: Privates First Class Roberson, Marcin L.; Saffer, Sermour; Sallette, William F., Jr.; Shuler, James A.; Sodek, Frank, Jr.; Stein mann, Fritz. SEVENTH Row: Privates First Class T,aylor, Jay C.; Thompson, Fred; Worman, Benjamin; Privates Akin, J. C.; Allen, James C.; Airman, Lardner E. EIGHTH Row: Privates Alvarez, Bennie; Anderson, Rema J.C.; Ander son, Ulis S.; Andrews, James R.; Arkebauer, Byron T., Jr . ; Barlow, James R. NINTH Row: Privates Bailey, David E.; Banks, Bill; Barnhill, George; Barrentine, Malcum U.; Basford, William R.; Bennett, Harley. L L. SELLERS Priwate First Class 178 J

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--~ .. _ * j ~, . .;~ . ; : 2;~ ~ .-. , . .. •, . . :_,.-: . : ... :,. . . t ; '. ~'!-. . ~i :; 1 lfj ' ~~,: * ' : . . . . . . ' ' j . . ', : . ,...,,.. .:.-: .:: : -->',~~ ..... . , i'--. t\ .. .:.l~iO -1]~ ~:-~_ 1 , : ''t: : ~ \: :-1 . . l : '_ , : i-:) 1 1 .. :i J j :: ~; j -JI.A.,;::::,;:. -::-~.'L-~ ~~~!ti r ,;,~ ~ : ;1 ~-, ::;j ,; ~.}rf~ :., -~ _( -:-., .t'; , _ , : : .. .. \ . ,, . , .. . .,: ..... r •. ,_."! ~> ~--. .. ~:;. . _-1;: . : . .,.. . ' ' : ... ~ _ .,~ I [791 COMPANY G * (Reading from Left to Right) FrRST Row: Privates Blackbum, B. D .; Bockelman, Harry F.; Boghich, Earl B.; Broughton, Richard S., Jr. SECOND Row: Privates Bryan, Gib son H.; Chalmers, Henry; Dobson, Frank L.; Farge!, Robert F.; Fairall, Robert F.; Fetterhoff, Glen W. THIRD Row: Privates Fowler, Woodrow W.; Gazdik, JoseFh A.; Gittlen, Joseph J .; Goad, Leabert; Graham, Clyde M. ; Haines, John H. FouRTH Row: Privates Harris, Roscoe R.; Jones, Edward D.; Kiser, Nelson B.; Klingler, Elmer J.; Kubala, Joseph W.; Kuczynski, William E . FIFTH Row: Privates Kugler, Fred rick W., Jr.; Kurarna, Valent J.; Lan dis, Roy E.; Lee, Arthur T., Jr.; Mangum, Adolphus M.; Manning, Hurley C. SorrH Row: Privates McGuirk, James E.; Murphy, Louis E.; Murphy, Robert E.; Nelson, V. O.; Nicholas, George D.; Norris, Charles E. SEVENTH Row: Privates Olcott, Arthur S.; Pailloz, George J.; Parker; Simon M.; Parrotr, James Q.; Ring, Luther R.; Roberts, Johnnie J . . EIGHTH Row: Privates Smith, Charles B.; Smith, George W.; Smith, Michael L.; Smith, Riley; Thompson, Jess W.; Thompson, Lloyd G. NrNTH Row: Privates Tikos, Ben nie; Truluck, Samuel O.; Tucker, Millard F.; Williams, Walter B.; Willis, Alton.

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JAMES H. JACKSON First L1u1tenant JAMES H. JOHNSON, JR. First Lieut•nant ROBEU B. HARKNESS C•pfain Commanding (Reading from Left lo Right) FIRST Row: Sergeants Fralick, Carl ton W.; Greene, Monroe F.; Hawk, Ernest E., Jr.; Knox, Frank D. SECOND Row: Sergeants Milcon, Johnnie J.; Register, Cecil W.; Rogers, Donald P.; Witt, Leonard J.; Cor porals Bedenbaugh, Arthur N.; Cason, Ray 0. THIRD Row: Corporals Chassereau, John D.; Dortch, Leonard J . ; Green, Chalmers \V.; Keene, Seeber E.; Kemp, Thomas J.; Harris, Basil N. FouRTH Row: Corporals Jaillet, Engle L., Jr.; Marable, Archibald L., Jr.; Needleman, \"{'i!bert L.; Neill, Robert C.; Parramore, James F.; Pow ell, William E. FIFTH Row: Corporals Purdy, Wil bur L.; Roberts, James L.; Sheppard, Jacob L.; Williams, John P. r>, .~-= '-" HAROLD F. MILTON First Lieut1nant * [80] HUGH A. WILSON First Ueutenant KENNETH F. SEARCY Second Li1ut•n•nt H *

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: , ... .:-".:' . ~:, ... COMPANY H * (Reading from Left to Right) FIRST Row: Privates First Class Anderson, Ottis W.; Brown, Claude W.; Chambers, Lee B.; Cooper, James A.; Ellzey, George B.; Green, New• ton G. SECOND Row: Privates First Class Goff, Curtis B.; Hilliard, Harold F.; Hogan, Henry F.; Huggins, Marvin L.; Johnson, Case!; Keene, Earl R. THIRD Row; Privates First Class Koon, Carl J.; Lee, Joe; Markham, Hubert L.; Matthews, Thomas S.; McGee, John H.; Nelms, Hugh D. FouRrn Row: Privates First Class Norris, Willard P.; Powell, James R.; Purdy, Clayton D.; Register, Stewart S.; Saranko, Andy F.; Simmons, Bill. FIFTH Row: Privates First Class Tedder, Leo R.; Tilghman, John Q., Jr.; Turner, Lewis B.; Wade, Kenneth H.; Wheeler, William G.; Wilder, Thomas W. SIXTH Row: Privates Brannon, Lay mon C.; Bullard, Orville L.; Carroll, William F.; Coleman, Cecil W.; Frey, Melvin G.; Glover, Harry M. SEVENTH Row: Privates Goodman, Vernon E.; Greco, Frank P.; Greco, Tony T.; Griffin, Pase! L.; Griggs, John F.; Guerra, Raymond. EIGHTH Row: Privates Guerriere, Joe C.; Gunter, William T.; Hagy; Ralph S.; Haddock, William R.; Hall, Wilson A.; Harper, Aubrey C. NINTH Row: Privates Harris, Bruce ' M.; Harris, Lonnie; Haranan, Glenn E.; Hiller, Cecil R.; Holter, Randolph L.; Hunt, Marvin A.

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COMPANY H (Readingfrom Left to Right) FIRST Row: Privates Inoff, Samuel; Ivey, Artis W.; Jackson, Albm J . ; Jensen, Charles P.; Johnson, Lloyd George; Jordan, Alvin . SECOND Row: Privates Jordon, Homer M.; Kawa, Charles C.; Keene, Andrew J., Jr.; King , Fred; Kline, Ed win M.; Klotz, Daniel G . THIRD Row: Privates Kona , Isaiah; Kutz, Earl R.; Lawson, Bury! H.; Lisee, Sam L.; Lodge, Charles E.; Lynckcr, Sidney N. FouRTH Row: Privates Mader, Charles B . ; Malone, Frank E.; Meu rer, Fritz R.; Moore , Edgar C.; Mur ra)', Robert E.; Myrick, Zack T. FIFTH Row: Privates Novath, Steve; Parrino, Jack T.; Prior, Arthur L.; Quartararo, John; Rodriquez, Joe, Jr.; Sanders, Paul C . SIXTH Row : Privates Sardy, Zoltan; Scarborough, Mitche_ll M.; Sedita, Sam; Sharpe, Harry P.; Shuler, Wil liam L.; Siebert , Paul W. SEVENTH Row: Privates Smith, Richard J .; Stephens , Austin E.; Johnson, Charles R.; Thomas, Jack, Jr.; Thomson, Jack E.; Thacker, Guy R. EIGHTH Row : Privates Tilli;;, John; Toffaleti, . Ernest W.; Tye, William H. ; Valdez , George G. ; Vaughn, H e man D.; \'Valier, Thomas K. N1NTH Row: Privates Watson, Melvin Z.; Weeks, William B . ; Wil liams, A. J.; Williams, Thurston L.; Wishart, Royal P.; Youmans, James w. ~ . . ~ .: . . . ;: . . . : . . ~: _ ~i ~c . . . ;'.. ' ' . . . . -i: r $ .,. _ . . . , . ': ' : . fi ~ . . ;. . . .;: __ . . . J :.{l ~.c. , . . . ~ : . \ ' ' . . ., IUJ , . .; .. . .. . * ., ; ,. ,~~ . : -~ \ . I : ? .; : ; . .,~ r ... .

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* * :I :\(\ . . /: /\: \: ( :;\, CAIUS A. ROWLITT U1ut1nant Colonel Commanding FlED W , KUSHMER &ecutive Off1c•r [81 I ' :. * *

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* * (Reading from Left to Right) FtRST Row: First Sergeant Halleuer, Fred W.; Scalf Sergeants Segrest, Thomas M.; Shannon, James H.; Corporals Blount, Aubrey L.; Bryan, William H., Jr.; Gill, Robert F. SECOND Row: Corporals Lussier, Albert B.; Wilcoxson, William D.; Privates First Class Church, Glenn A.; . Foster, Floyd C.; Garcia, Emilio E.; Garcia, Manuel. THIRD Row: Private First Class Gillett, Howell; Privates Bevi4 Wil bur; Bullington, Oakley A.; Carr, Jacob V.; Chesmut, Morgan H.; Col cord, James H. FoURTH Row: Privates Connell, Jesse W.; Everett, Vernon E.; Fisher, John M.; Ginwright, Wilson L.; Grey, Robert R., Jr.; Haddock, Paul B., Jr. FIFTH Row: Privates Hall, Ansley O.; Hal4 Norris; Lowery, Herman M.; Martin, Clinton A. (841 JAMES f, HALL Fi"t Lleutenant Commanding *

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* CHARLES M. NABORS WILLIAM G. LUNDY Ant U•ut.nant First U1ut1n1nt Commanding M r A •\ft{.:~ . . •. -; :.:,:: . . .• . '.".' ,v .• ~\. .; . N WILLIAM W. TRESCA Second Ueuttnant y * * I (Reading from Left to Right) FIRST Row: First Sergeant Meade, John M.; Staff Sergeant Berry, James L.; Sergeants Anderson, James E.; Curry, Tolliver E. SECOND Row: Sergeants Garcia, Lyle; Hardin, Milcon E.; Hilliard, Dozier B.; Kolodner, Ernest; Metcalf, Joe L.; Oxford, Wade L. THIRD Row: Sergeants Powel~ Alva C.; Powell, W alcer H.; Reynolds, Clinton K.; Sheffield, Henry B.; Sut ton, Ben F.; Vowell, Milton A. FoURTH Row: Sergeants Williams, Lawrence B.; Williamson, William W.; Zeigler, Glenn; .Corporals Calos, Spero W.; DeSear, Joseph W.; Hen derson, John T. FIFTH Row: Corporals Hickox, Wilbur M.; Johnson, Garland C.; Long, .Theodore S.; Morgan, Cancel mo A.; Parrish, John P.; Pigott, James H. SIXTH Row: Corporals Smith, W. S.; Thomas, McAdoo; Watson, Wil liam A.; Wingert, Walter H . [UJ

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C 0 M p * (Reading from Left to Right) FIRST Row: Privates First Class Alcorn, Elierce W.; Alford, Thomas F.; Bridges, Gus. SECOND Row: Privates First Class Broxson, Kenneth L.; Church, Harris G.; Clemons, Doug las W.; Cook, Edward C.; Crosby, Elmore L THIRD Row: Privates First Class Deike, Charles E.; Duke, Jimmie W.; Eliotr, Vance L.; Hardy, Alvin O.; Hill, James S. FoURTH Row: Privates First Class Hillyer, Wallace H.; Holland, David L.; Home, Francis E.; Horton, Lee R.,_ Jr.; Maynard, Lafayttte A. FIFTH Row: Privates First Class McMillan, James K.; Moore, Truman M.; Myrick, Marion A.; Myrick, Milton J.; Overstreet, John N. SIXTH Row: Privates First Class Owen, Ken dall W.; Reid, Sam B.; Rich, Sam H.; Robinson, Thomas C.; Scott, Eldred F. SEVENTH Row: Privates First Class Spivey, Harry H.; Spivey, Reese; Spivey, Thomas W., Jr.; Stanley, Marion A.; Stubbs, Frank A. A N y * * * i" :J < ~;_-_i i ] :a.~ : _ "j ," .;.. * -~ ~~Jli :: ,;' '_ $~~: -: , .. . . .,,.,.. ,:-.. '. : ~~-:-5 , 1~\~ ., > . . ' . •"t ~ , (661 _ , ; 1/ . . ~./ ~. : ;~ ! '. j : ____ ,,.,.,,..,~ [' ~ '.:"2~~ :: 1 : J . I : ... ...._. , ; ,. . . .... r . ~ '.•r :' :; 1 1-:: .:_:_ . .>.,; ":-" : ; -~2

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r.----~..-,,t . , ~ I * ~-: "' ~'.t#)j -..: . :' ~I ,, _ ,,.. .. [&7 I COMPANY * (Reading from Left lo Right) FrRST Row: Privates First Class Turner, Emil; Vanlandingham, Ned T.; Vercellott~ Louie. SECOND Row: Privates First Class Vowell, Wil liam F.; Walker, Joseph . H . ; Weatherington, H. B.; Weed, Robert E. L.; Willis, Daniel A Q. THIRD Row: Privates Fit!t Class Willis, Joe W.; Young, Wilbur L.; Privates Alfonso, Eugene V.; Andress, Clarence H.; Brandmaster, Bennie. FouRTH Row: Privates Brooks, Ernest E.; Brown, William M.; Bullard, LeRoy T.; Carter, Ira J.; Cope, George W. FrFTH Row: Privates Curry, Oscar R.; Dean, Charles McD.; Donildson, Norman P.; Douglas, . Lawrence L; Dozier, Willie 0. SIXTH Row: Privates Dugger, Artis; Dugger, William A.; Dyal, James L . ; Faircloth, Ec!gar L.; _ Falling, Jesse L. SEVENTH Row: Privates Garmer, Samuel; Golden, Lester R.; Gray, Fred N., Jr.; Harris, Travis J.; Haynes, . Bogari E. EIGHTH Row: Privates Henderson, Robert A., III; Hinson, Arthur D.; Hodge, Jerry J.; Hodges, Forrest E.; Hood, Robert G. NINTH Row: Privates Hood, Thomas H.; Horne, Vii:# J.; Hurst, GleM E.; Kanaday, Colbert F.; Keane, George F.

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COMPANY * (Reading from Left to Right) FIRST Row: Privates Keelan, Bernard V.; Ken• nedy, Clyde W. ; Leader, Harold M. SECOND Row: Privates Leighton, Earl F.; Link, John K.; Love, Homer A.; Lummis, Swicllay B.; Mahon, Walcer L. THIRD Row: Privates Mayfield, Horace; Mc Conville, Thomas E . ; McCullough, James A.; McDonald, Elton R.; McDonald, Meleen J. FouRTH Row: Privates McNicholas, Joseph P.; McPherson, Charles G . ; Morgan, Armon E.; Nettles, Ernest; Nicholson, John K. F1FTH Row: Privates Parker, James M . ; Par rish, Herbert R.; Redman, Joseph D.; Rice, Grady W.; Robinson, Harvey B. SIXTH Row: Privates Rummell, Richard W.; Rye, Aubrey N.; Scott, Edwin M.; Simms, Fred erick W.; Sires, Reed C. SEVENTH Row: Privates Stanley, Thomas M.; Stratton, David T . ; Strickland, R . L.; Sumner, Robert L.; Swinson, Robert L. EIGHTH Row: Privates Taylor, Russell W., Jr.; Thomas, Charles R . ; Threlkeld, Alphon L.; Tray lor, Cephus; Turner, Austin L. N1NTH Row: Privates Turner, Glenn E.; Wells, Harry I.; West, Homer L.; White, William S.; Wilkinson, Burney. TENTH Row: Privates Wilkinson, Julius H.; Willis, Eston F . ; Youmans , James E . ; Young, Joseph B. f ' ;:: . _ .;. -. ,_,,~f'W. r >~ : ... ~ "': < _,._ .. : , j : . .. : . . . : .( . : : •. , i. :: ::. ' . : _::: . \ ;. -$ , :! : . . . ; ; _ . . _;!. ... f ~.,~ .. : . . . i ' . : , , ' ' '. : ~ :.;_: . .

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EDWARD T. WALKER Captain Commandfn9 ROBERT L DAVIS, JR. Fint Ueutenant M 1,_ _ ,. _ __ ,_ ~11~ ROBERT V. LINK Fint Lttutenant A /.,.; "' :-~::j :\ . i ; N n , , , . ".::-• ~ _., . ,,. ' JOHN T. HESTON First Ueuttn.nt y * JOHN J . KELLER Second L11ut1nant K (Reading from Left to Right) FIRST Row: First Sergeant Butler, Herbert; Scalf Sergeant Russell, John C.; Sergeants Barnes, Harry D.; Barnes, Sam T. SECOND Row: Sergeants Carter, Samuel B.; Cassady, Milburne G.; Cox, Clarence E.; Guard, Ernest K.; Hart, James P.; Hill, Joe F. THIRD Row: Sergeants Hyde, Joe M.; Kilbourne, David M.; Lawson, Reed H.; Little, St. Clair; Manuel, Frank J.; Penigrew, Aubrey W. FotJRTH Row: Sergeants Rora• baugh, John R.; Tubb, Houston G.; Corporals Barnett, Ira M.; Bass, Amos F.; Boston, Francis; Cammack, Ralph S. FIFTH Row: Corporals Davis, John W.; Gilleon, Marvin J.; Harrell, Frank H.; Hair, Melvin L.; Lloyd, Ruffus H.; Love, Maxwell I. SIXTH Row: Corporals McCall, Francis L.; Mills, Hommer M . ; Sim mons, James S. [89 I

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C 0 M ALBERT L . FOWLER, JR, Second L i aufer1•ttt * (Reading from Left to Right) p FIRST Row: Privates First Class Andrus, George D.; Benefield, Clyde W . ; Cato, Henry T.; Chap man, Forest L.; Crapse, Otis D. SECOND Row: Privates First Class Crumley, Tom T.; Crawford, W. H.; Dike, Charles E . ; Dike, Henry W.; Eldridge, Quinton K . THIRD Row: Privates First Class Flake, J. C.; Hair, James W.; Hamm, George H. ; Herndon, Edwin G.; Hilton, Henry R. FouRTH Row: Privates First Class Jackson, Jasper L.; Jackson, Jesse B.; Keene, Leland G.; Kincaid, Jewel D.; Lewis, Charles R. FIFTH Row: Privates First Class Lynch, Rufus G.; Mann , Cleetis W.; Matausch, Constantin; Matthis, Roswell G.; Newhem, Lonnie R. SIXTH Row: Privates First Class Patrick, Wil liam W.; Persons, Hubert W.; Saul, Barton A.; Shelfer, William H.; Sisk , Frank. SEVENTH Row: Privates First Class Taylor, Raymond M.; Tatum, Charles A; Thoma~, J. T.; Turner, Ezra; Van Brunt, Richard H. EIGHTH Row: P,:vare First Class Wilson, Hu bert L.; Privates Aaron, Nicholas T.; Abbott, Edward L. ; Bell, Robert K.; Chavlovich, Nick M. A .. r ':' N y K . ' . :"i II .; ; . . . . ' ,, . _. . :-; .. , ;/ ... ... ,l ' '. ' .. -"'r~ .. , ' .. ,,. (!~ ' . ,, :. ' : , ' _ ,. ,} . ~ /: 11 : } :;:\ :.. \ ~ , .~ :;.:~c :- •'-' : , . ,. . ,_ . " , , .. .~ _; .... : . . ' ' . .,. :\2-.., : af~ --~ :t:.;;'.,I 1901

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C 0. M p A ' ~~!1 : t -~: --.:~ {1 -•\! , .. r ,... : ' ~.:i . ~ . . ,:~ -~ , . ' ,"t;:J3 . :.::;, <. ~?;~ . . 'f ,. . , . ., ;.,.;fl . f ,.. , . .,,,...c. . .. ' . !: . ~ ~ -: .. ~-,; . . : . ... ~.; . .. , ".: , . . ;. ~ ~-4. _:; . ~ ' ::: : . •. ,~ .~"... . . "' . . . ... _., _:J . -; -:' ;-:;... c; .. . / . ;-,~ . w ' .; . _ .. . . 1~ ~ ..;: :: i. ' .. ~ . . ;:.. . ' -~1;_;' . ,_'. _ ,-:-;. ; _ _ : J ~r . . . [91] N y JOEl MtMIUAH Second Lieutenant * (Reading from Left to Right) K FLRST Row: Privates Clements, Larkm C.; Faust, James D.; Fletcher, Eldridge B.; Fox, Charles C.; Frole, Angelo L. SECOND Row: Privates Glenn, William T.; Gresham, Ernest; Gudirie, Hubert; Haeger, Ossie R.; Hallman, Jimmie. THIRD Row: Privates Hamm, Herman R.; Hannah, Julian M.; Harris, Oifford; Herndon, John B.; Herring, Willard L. FouRTH Row : Privates Hires , Johnie R.; How ell, Arthur R.; Jenkins, Andrew; Johnson, George C.; Johnson, Thomas V . F1FTH Row: Privates Johnson, Walter B.; Jones, Arnold J.; Kerce, Walter H.; King, Selvin; Knight; Rutherford R.. SIXTH Row: Privates Lamb, H. B.; Larkin, William R.; Legear, Buster B.; Lewis, James H:; Leynes, Robert L. SEVENTH Row: Privates Linton, Maurice S .; Linton, William B.; Madiewes, Donald F . ; Mar tin, Ralph S.; Mayo, Ellis E. E1GHTH Row: Privates McCarter, James P.; McLaughlin, Harry F.; Miles, Louis F.; Morgan, John; Mo . ~ris, Harry.

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COMPANY K * (Reading from Left to Right) FIRST . Row: Privates Murray, Jesse W.; New man, Cecil P . ; Nicholson, James G . SECOND Row: Privates Nonis, Johnnie P.; Pace, Samuel M.; Paul, Clarence; Raker, . lra M.; Reeves, Lewis A. THIRD Row: Privates Rex, Wilbur G.; Roback; Alex L.; Roberts, Hiram M . ; Roberts, Joseph R.; Russ, William A. FouRTH Row: Privates Ryals, James B . ; Schweitzer, William R.; Servance, John T.; Sharon, Hampton F.; Shawdy, Sapp . FIFTH Row: Privates Smith, C. J.; Smith, John R.; South, Hoke J.; Spillman, Don F. H.; Stark, Howard. SIXTH Row: Privates Thomas, Melvin E.; Tol son, Fred L.; Toulomelis, George; Tucker, John W . ; Waldroff, Amaziah. SEVENTH Row: Privates Waldroff, Herman; Ward, Ernest H . ; White, Henry, Jr.; Whidi~ld, James P.; Wilkerson, Ralph W. EIGHTH Row: Pri v ates William, Carl C . ; Wil liams , Foister; Williams, Gaylon S.; Williams, Lester J.; Wilson, Horace E. NINTH Row: Privates Wilson, William F.; Wimberly, Roy; Wise, Buster; Woodard, L. J.; Wright, Jim A. , .. _...,,. . .,. i f ~ t . ..;-: r;~, ~. ~ ::_, "~ . . ,, ' , . , . ~ .: f ~I ~ \ . ~ ~ -> ' , . . , . ... ;, ' . , , ' . . . . : , ' [92]

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JONES S, JOYNER HAROLD L. RALLS, JR. First Li•ut•nant Commtndin9 [UJ WILLIAM I, STINSON Fint Ututen•nt 1 EARL A. CLINGER Stcond EUIS C. STORR Saccand Ututenant * (R~ading from Left to Right) FIRST Row: Sergeants Barfield, James W.; Butler, Buford A.; Clack, Robert P.; . Gilmore, Toliver M.; Kee• ton, William. SECOND Row: Sergeants Kennedy, William E.; Logue, Henry G.; North, Marcus L.; Patterson, Phil C.; Rich, Elwood E.; Ridgdill, Paul H. THIRD Row: Sergeants Theriot, Numa F.; Wainright, William H.; Wilson, Curry P . ; Corporals Argo, Jasper H.; Bedgood, Grover C.; Bill-. ingsley, John W. FouRTH Row: Corporals Oements, Elbert .R.; . Corbitt, Samuel S.; Dennis, Thomas J.; Dewberry, William E.; Hammock, Robert; Harrison, Harry. FIFTH Row: Corporals Klemetsrud, Stanley H.; Logue, Willie F.; Pittman, Lester L.; Walden, Harris N.; Wil cox, Carl; Williams, . Earl . D.

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C 0 M p * (Reading from Left lo Right) FIRST Row: Privates F i rst Class Boone, Ran dolph F.; Bradley, Charles F . ; Bradley, Gilbert; Cannon, Alvin B.; Carlton, Wilburn A. SECOND Row: Privates First Class Clements, .Javid N.; Clements , Thomas E .; Coker, Leon J.; Creel , Clarence; Daniel, James W. THIRD Row: Privates First Class Gagnon, Nor bert R.; Glisson, John R.; Goodman , Ovelmo F . ; Greenamyre, Charles D . ; King, Fletcher C. FouRTH Row: Privates First Class Lovcstead, Cecil R.; McComas, James W.; McIntosh, Law rence P.; Miller, Delbert L.; Miller, Earl F . FIFTH Row: Privates First Class Porter, Olin K.; Putnal, Albert C.; Radcliffe, Hardy H.; Rob erts, Wesley R . ; Robif:,son , John W . S I XTH Row: Privates First Class Saprito, Wil liam J.; Skillen, Adam E.; Smith, Joseph; Storey, Frederick H. G.; Suggs, Donald D. SEVENTH Row: Privates First Class Taylor, James D.; Taylor, John S . ; Taylor, Raymond R . ; Taylor, Robert C.; Thompson, Harvey W . EIGHTH Row: Privates First Class Tomlinson, Collis A. ; Tomlinson, Oscar; Westberry, Clifford; Wilson, Raymond D.; Wyatt, Avery F. A N y L . . ; 7;'7 .,.. !.i<,:_; . ... " .. ~ :~: ~1 ~ -,. ..o; .. -, :. . . . ~ .. , \ ...., . :. "' ' : ~ . l' :1 ,1 :JTit ~it

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C 0 M p .:.. (9' I N y L * (Reading from Left to Right) F1RST Row: Privates Ansley, Mayo C.; Barco, Vernon H.; Bowren, Raymond E.; Brogdon, Will O.; Broxson, Jesse . SECOND Row: Privates Bur~ett, Leamon; Busby, Curtis H.; Clark, Granville L. ; Couliette , Huston G.; Combs, Orin C. THIRD Row: Privates Culverhouse, Clarence W.; Cutchins, James; Davis, Oscar; Doty, Ed mond P.; Edenfield, Buford W. FouRTH Row: Privates Eldridge, Alvin H.; Eldridge, Elton B.; Finch, Dallas M.; Fowler, 0. B . ; Gipson, Daniel G . F1FTH Row: Privates Gipson , John; Glass,' Eddi~ J.; Gore, John B.; Green, Alvin L.; Gr i mes, Clayton. SIXTH Row: Privates Hall, Truman C.; Han ley, Leroy; Harper, Eddie K.; Harrelson, Freddie A.; Harvell, Woodrow A. SEVENTH Row : Privates Hatcher, Travis W.; Hayes, Clinton L.; Henderson, Estey P.; Hind mon, Walter M., Jr . ; Hines, James M. EIGHT~ Row: Privates Howard, George W.; Hughes, Rutherford D.; Hunter, Millard L.; Hussey, James W.; James, Charles W .

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COMPANY L * (Reading from Left to Right) FIRST Row: Privates Jernigan, Helen; Jordan, Willie L.; Keene, James M.; Keith, Ruben N.; Kellum, David R. SECOND Row: Privatts Kecker, Dean 07; Kyser; James C.; Leavins , Wesley; Lennon, Rufus H.; Leseiko, Theadore F. THIRD Row: Privates Levins, Sesal C.; Lindsey, Morris H.; Maddox, Lucious J.; Meeks, Jesse O.; Merritt, Clemmie. FouRTH Row: Privates Miles, Artis B.; Moody, Ralph R.; Moore, Roy D.; Morris, Leland D.; Owens, J. C. F1FTH Row: Privates Parrish , Jesse; Roberts, William J. ; Scott, M. B .; Shiver, Raymond ; Slay, Willard M. SIXTH Row: Privates Smith, Alvin H .; Stand land, John E.; Stewart, Howard C.; Stokes, Porter S.; Strickland, Jesse L. SEVENTH Row : Privates Taylor, John E.; Thomas, Alfred L.; Tipton, Harvey G.; Tyner, Harmon R.; Waller, David S. EicHTH Row: Privates Ward, Moris C.; . Wam, William B .; Westbrook, Paul B . ; Wheeler, For re~t A.; Wheeler, James H. N1NTH Row: Privates Wingate, Andrew J.; Wood, Charles L.; Yates, Allison R.; Yam, John T.; Wooten, Roy D. . (96]

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JAY L HALL Ftnt Uel.lteMnt ROBERT N. JOHNSON Fint lt•utenant [~MfANY 197 l HERBERT C . KAUFMAN F i rst Unhnent GEORGE W . SEARS Fint Lleutuut M JULIUS C. NEWTON Cdptlin Commendinq (Reading from uft to Right) FIRST Row: First Sergeant Marsh, James W.; Stair Sergeant Montgom ery, George E.; Sergeants Barber, Wil liam R . ; Barrow , John G.; Dennard, Billy C . ; Edenfield, Robert A. SECOND Row: Sergeants Everett, Andrew; Garrett, Roy C.; Herring, Charles K.; Richardson, Victor L.; Waller, Robert D.; Corporal Barnett, Eugene T . THIRD Row: Corporals Bishop, Hunter M . , Jr.; Cabler, Lawrence F.; Chesser, Robert S . ; Clayton, . . Edward G . , Jr.; Cooksey, Grov e r C.; Crews, Clyde C. FouRTH Row: Corporals Donnelly, Grady H . , Jr.; Haire, William H.; Harvey, Luther Q . ; Hurlburt, Thomas D.; Jenkins, Samuel T.; McCartney, Charles L. FIFTH Row: Corporals Newell, Herman I.; Parks, Robert E.; Tucker, Rufus, Jr .; Turner, Joseph R.; Tyner, Calvin E . ; Wilson, Tasco R .

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C 0 M * (Reading from Left to Right) ,,-~ FIRST Row: Privates First Class ~ 'Alhnan, Cecil H.; Anderson, William T.; Bradshaw, Marion M.; Brown, John F.; Butler, Woodrow C.; Carra way, Homer C. SECOND Row: Privates Fim Class Christmas, Hubert A.; Claycomb, Al bert B.; Cramer, Richard D.; Crosby, Richard O.; Dean, Harold M.; Doss, Esm R. THIRD Row: Privates First Class Dozier, Hobson; Dryden, A. K; Dun ham, James N.; Dupont, Jack H.; Eilertsen, William A.; Folsom, Francis E. FouRTH Row : Privates Fim Class Handley, John D.; Herrington, Wil liam D.; Hodge, Sidney J.; Johnson, Roy D.; Langston, William H.; Lin ton, Sam, Jr. FIFTH Row: Privates First Class Linton, Thomas B.; Long, Marvin J.; McKeown, John P.; McLaughlin; Quintus G.; Murphy, Th,,mas F.; Olivenbaum, Axel F. SIXTH Row: Privates First Class Padgett, Elzie H.; Pippin, John W.; Pope, Farese T.; Raker, Napoleon B.; Rouden, Lawrence R.; Scott, Elton A. SEVENTH Row: Privates First Class Wells, Charles E.; Warren, William E.; Privates Albert, Harry W.; Atta way, Emery J.; Baker, Kenneth; Bar• rett, Emmett A. EIGHTH Row: Privates Bishop, Wil liam R.; Bullock, Grover C.; Bush, Charlie E.; Byrd, Ray S.; Campbell, Douglas P., Jr.; Chaires, Tholdie P. NINTH Row: Privates Chambers, Carl E.; Chapman, William R.; Chason, James V.; Coggins, Lawrence A.; Connell, Herbert; Consagra, Mathew. 193] p . ~ ... •; . . , , _ , : . . :. "' .. . t {: > . , -!. . . ~Yt~ . ::• . ~ . . . n;. ,'!. -. . . J}. ,.,. .. •. A ,,,;,. _' . . ~ N y M I ~------~ -~ "' _; ' . '"' .:>.~ -~ . . ~ . ' "' .. . . . . } . . '. _ : r' . . . . .. . .. . ~-.-. -;:_, _ l== ,J.~_' I:_ :,.:.,, . (" : ., .. . . . ,_ . t,i. . ,. .1 ""' . . . . ,_. "' . . . . . _ :_ -, ~111.

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1 "t'. ,_ , , ... ~,:..,, I . . 1 . ~ . . ':Ir_;,;. " . , ~ . -~ := ~; : '~: . _, . ~I ,' . I . . .,,; . . . .. ~ ~, : ~i ' ""' '~.. II ~ .. . . . ,\ . .' :;._ '>' i ,,,: ;;,,, ~ ii . , , ~ , .. 1 , . r . .,. :_ \ ;,, -., . . . , I .. ; . . ... .. . = ::_, __ ', . ... , . ~. .. --':!: ~ ..... . , -.-., •T" ' l . . -~ -~ COMPANY M * (Reading from Left lo Right) FIRST Row: Privates Crawford, Mitchell N.; Crisman, Merton B.; Cunningham, Paul E.; Dabbs, James A.; Danile, Sam, Jr.; Davis, Robert M. SECOND Row: Privates Delgado, Leonard; Dinkins, Willie R.; Doyle, Leonard C.; Dworsky, Edward M.; Edwards, Wayne O.; Estes, Edward P. THIRD Row: Privates Fiorucci, Philip L.; Flavin, Lawrence W.; Frazier, Downey T.; Gordon, Artie N.; Graham, Douglas; Griffith, Wil liam G . Fot1RTH Row: Privates Haire, Ben R.; Halbrook, George . Q.; . . Halbrook, Jesse B.; Hal~ Carl B.; Hanson, Thure E., Jr.; Harrell, Samuel J. FIFTH Row: Privates Hatcher, George H.; Hayes, Gordon P.; Heintzelman, Nevin A.; Howard, Law tey L.; Huggins, Elbert P.; Hutto, Oliver P. SIXT~ Row: Privates Johns, Wil liam N . ; Jones, Samuel C.; Keel, Pat rick G.; Knowles, Vemon B.; Lewis, William H. A.; Logue, Herbert. SEVENTH Row: Privates Marino, Gasper C.; McCall, Leon W.; Mixon, Quincy D.; Morris, Elmer B.; Mos kowowitz, Joseph M.; Owens, James D. EIGHTH Row: Privates Pascali, Rocco; Perry, Robert E.; Raker, Jack C.; Ray, Clarence B.; Ridenour, Wil liam C.; Robinson, James R. NINTH Row: Privates Rouse, Tom B.; Rowland, Daulton C . ; Royals, Danul P.; Sansom, Jennings T.; Sher key, Joseph H.; Stephens, Wade C. TENTH Row: Privates Thomas, Jesse R.; Toole, Christopher C.; Vick ers, Thomas L; Ward, Paul; Wares, Hobson; Wingate, Duard T. (99 I

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* DOUGLAS G. SCOTT M•ior le9imu1t11I Surgeon * TIMOTHY M . CORRIGAN First L1euten&nt WALKU STAMPS C,pti1in r ?~Ti\1 1 . _____ ,_,..,, :. :\ ~ : ~/~ : ; _ : _ --;: v_ : .-: _ ~ :,. : ~ ... ' :-. . DANIEL K . DETWILER First Liu,tanant, D. C. "/:: ... ... . . ..1; Et it!fi RALPH E. HOCKENIERRY First LOGAN I. HULL Fint Ll•uten•nt RICHARD J . IOUCEK First Lieutenut JACOB R.. DAVIS First Lieuten,nt * (100).

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M E D I C A L >t'ff) }: , ., D E -r~ A C H M E N T I 101 I ~1t{ : l~ f{\ )Pi * (Rettding from uft to Right) FtRST Row: T tehnical Sergeant Kaeserman, Emil W.; Staff Sergeants Colbert, James D.; Marlowe, Robert I. SECOND Row: Staff Sergeant Stapler, James C., Jr.; Corporals Brown, Manuel L.; Evans, Jack T.; Privates First Class Akins, Thomas T.; Allen, Eston W. THIRD Row: Privates First Class Asplin, Melvin E.; Austin, Harry J.; Brown, James T.; Chadick, Jack R.; Connell, Norman L. FouRTH Row: Privates First Class Cummings, Franklin H . ; Davis , Her bert C., Jr.; Dunn, Henry T.; Evans, Robert L.; Haisten, William 0. FIFTH Row: Privates Fim Class Harrell, Robert E . ; Howell , Robert. A.; Johnston, Ben D., Jr.; Kellett, Jimmy W . ; Leavitt, Charles A. SIXTH Row: Privates First Class Presto~, Lloyd C . , Jr.; Sheafer, Rob ' ert M.; Smith, Edward M . ; Stapler, John B . ; Thurston, Herbert A. SEVENTH Row: Privates First Class Wright, Edwin T . ; Wright, Marion H.; Privates Anderson, Jack P.; Bar wick, Edgar W.; Beck, Wilbur T. EIGHTH Row: Privates Belyeu, Jesse H.; Booth, Earl J . ; Bush, Angus M.

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r: MEDICAL * (Reading from Left to Right) FIRST Row: Privates Calloway, Rob ert E.; Cappleman, Genrge S.; Cohen, Jack E. SECOND Row: Privates Collier, Wil son C.; Coxe, Russell D., Jr.; Daig neau, James M.; Davis, Farris H.; Deschenes, Frederick M. THIRD Row: Privates Duvall, The odore R.; Gardner, Claude V., Jr.; Glasser, Joseph; Glenn, Charles R.; Gomberg, Edward N. FOURTH Row: Privates Graeme, William C.; Griffith, Fred D.; Groth, Alfons C.; Gustafson, Berger A.; Gus tavson, Kenneth J. FIFTH Row: Privates Howell, Oliver H.; Jones, William R.; Meisch, Har old R.; Mooty, John A.; Nunnally, Marvin P. SLXTH Row: Privates Preston, Ed ward L.; Robson, Harry E.; Smith, Wallace G.; Spivey, Jasper C.; Stan difer, Jack H. SEVENTH Row: Privates Tipton, Benjamin O.; Torralva, Julian R.; Vencga, Eugene; Williams, Clifford V. DE TAC HM ENT * * ~,I ... .• -~ . . . . . . : : 7 .:-(&~~ -:. > ,: . :,,, ",,;i_ -_ .. :--__, Ii';.,• ;,._,. :, .~ _, . ' . ', . : . ~'n ?. . -~-h ; 'I!-' . '15!-' .... •"' ' ., . ~. ,:;.~ =-==== , . . .~-1 -!.'\-~~ ! •Y •, -~ .•_ .IJOZ]