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To my mind, the most outstanding and valuable characteristic of the Division is its spirit and pride, for it is the measure or sum of the qualities which go to make up the combat soldier of an infantry division. The spirit and pride of our Division is embodied in our relations with our associates and in the events jnhich marked our 'progress during the period of training. It is most -fitting, therefore, that at this time a pictorial record of these be made to recall for each of us in years to come his association with the 100th Infantry Division. If should like to take this opportunity to express again my sincere appreciation -for the uneelfisn and faithful cooperation I have received from all ranks , and say that I have every confi- dence in the ability' of this Division to accomplish, with honor and distinction, the vital tasks whic ead. vmsffl all W. A. BUBBESS major General, U. S. Army, Commanding. A 1 f' Qffui'Lx7, y -. ..L,Qf,.Jp5,,,f, ,Q , -E i?11wf5?"Siifff5?QjS z E: 5.-af NL. fb' . f FEW J Ja ffigggyiif Alf' Q, lux' .-,.x.Xy,L,3-AUM., Ytiivliwsf 5, W fl N if W -hw-4 32' 5 3 wiv will ' M wrfifgw, s+. paw ii? if f 1 wwf? if Y 1 K. 'I .i C 1 vfjufq M A gy -hQ12'YEiA!'i -' fl ' k -iv bw Hwlfikflwfkizff-Q gs gi ,-i,- 'H 'FL 1 A 1- dw 'A X ,-'gfmlffw f. W wgfvgi, ,lf mm- -f" 45? If? ns- W fgwq6w4,gwv'7Wi.,X wymwff A. wE.ffm,g, s yiggav Wm' X K -A X55 pw' 'sl 4 lfwf 4' IA Q vw..-'N fx' an lit. ii. AURICE L. ILLER iziiliiiilililiz. GENEIIAI. li" U. S. A. ASSISTANT COMMANDING GENERAL, 100th INFANTRY DIVISION Brigodier General Maurice L. Miller was born in Oronoco, Minnesota, on September I9, I894, ond following graduation from the United States Military Academy was commissioned a Second Lieutenant of Infantry on June l3, I9I6. In World War I, he sailed for France in August, I9I8, and shortly afterward became a battalion commander in the 34th Infantry. He was wounded in action on October 15, l9l8, neor Thiaucourt. He returned to the United States in June, 1919, and later became an instructor at the U.S.M.A. He has since been graduated from the Advanced Course at the Infantry School and the Command and General Staff School. In August, I938, he became a member of the Infantry Board. Assigned to the l00th Infantry Division as Assistant Division Commander, he received a promo- tion to the temporary rank of Brigadier General on November I3, I942. - JOH . RPHY iiliialiiliii iiiziiiziiiiii, U. S. A. COMMANDING GENERAL, 'I00th DIVISION ARTILLERY Brigadier General John B, Murphy was born in Macedonia, Iowa, on June I6, I898, and attended Texas A. 81 M. and the United States Military Academy and was commissioned a Second Lieutenant of Field Artillery on November l, l9I8. Shortly thereafter he was assigned to make a tour of observation and study of European battlefields of World War l. Returning to the United States, he taught Military Science and Tactics at Utah Uni- versity and was later assigned to Hawaii. He later returned to instruct ROTC classes at Ohio State U ' 't . nlvelil ll938, he attended the Command and General Staff School and later moved to Fort Bragg, N, CW where he became Post executive officer in January, l94l. He was promoted to the temporary rank of Brigadier General on April 27, I943, and was assigned to the Seventh Armored Division as a combat der. COmml?qnOCf0ber, l943, he was assigned to the lO0th Infantry Division as artillery commander, replac- ing Brig. Gen. Theodore E. Buechler. . Q . A IlISTORY 0F THE 100th Every man of the lOOth Division has special events he keeps in his mental diary of life in the Division, and probably no two men keep the same record, for no two men have quite the same impressions, even of the same occurrences. Just about everyone came by train to Fort Jackson, S. C., where the lOOth was formed, but every last one of us have in- dividual recollections about the trip: to some, it was a cindery, jolting car voyage, in ancient wooden cars with pot-bellied stoves and stove-pipes, and to others, a mysterious journey into the great beyond, where destination is unknown until the officer announced on the siding that you were bound for the lOOth Division, Fort Jackson. And the same goes for different inter- pretations of the dozens of things that happened in the lOOth in rapid-fire succession: the greeting at the train that early morning, meeting the noncoms, the first kitchen police and guard, first GI movie, and trip to Columbia, the first 'drills and lectures, dry firing and then the real thing at the range during raw, frosty March. The first Maggie's drawers, and first bull's eye . . . and how good it was to have that warm shower after this first week beyond the comforts of civilization. All these events are remembered well, and no written history is necessary to recall them except maybe a few reminders. So here they are, a few high spot doings that happened from the date of the lOOth Division's birth up to its present training: ACTIVATION took place at Fort Jackson, S. C., in cere- monies which had as its troops the noncommissioned officer cadre taken from the 76th Division, then at Fort George G. Meade, Md. Commander of the 76th Division, Maj. Gen. Emil F. Reinhardt, presented the Century's colors to Maj. Gen. With- ers A, Burress, the lOOth commander, symbolizing the ties of the two divisions. Maj. Gen. William H. Simpson, then com- mander of XII Corps, of which the lOOth was a unit, sounded the keynote for the division's training, calling for preparation which should lead to "success in battle." ARRIVAL OF TRCOPS followed shortly after the activation, and men fresh from every kind of civilian pursuit flowed into the area of hutments which was the lOOth Division's home. The soldiers about to begin their training had come from all over the eastern half of the United States, with most hailing from the Atlantic seaboard states. The bulk of these were inducted from reception centers at Fort Devens, Mass., Camp UDIOYL N- Y-1 Fort Dix, N. J., Fort Jackson, S. C., and Fort McPherson, Ga. With the start of training, the lOOth Division began to make whatever history there was to be of the Division, for no division of that designation had previously existed. A lOOth Division was almost formed in World War l, but activation plans were cancelled with the signing of the Armistice, and the Division's commanding officer, Brig. Gen. W. B. Cochran, was ordered from Camp Bowie, Texas, to another assignment. BASIC TRAINING was the beginning of the process which transformed civilians into soldiers-and men puffing over the obstacle course knew there was no easy way. Other Americans and Allied service men over the world were using in battle the Iessons'learned in just such basic and advanced training, they had travelled the same road, and men of the lOOth were im- Z INFANTR Y IIIVISIUN pressed with the necessity of gaining all possible during each training day. Centurymen, in fleeting reports gotten in bar- racks radios and glances at newspaper headlines, saw the war commencing a gigantic turn in the Allies' favor: The Russians were beginning their immense winter push, demolishing and surrounding the German forces at Stalingrad, the British were driving the Nazis across the length of Africa's Mediterranean coastline, while Americans closed in from the west on Tunisia, our forces in the South Pacific were taking Guadalcanal in their first important ground victory, and advancing in New Guinea, while our planes were hitting the Japs hard. But tremendous work still lay ahead, and Centurymen plunged on through the training which would make them capable of joining in accomplishing it. Standing out near the end of basic training was the first Division review, the first time that the new men had seen their whole Division assembled at once in a single place. Honored at the ceremony was Governor Olin D. Johnston, of South Carolina, who congratulated the lOOth on what it had accomplished in a short training period. Official recognition of the strides made during this initial training in soldiering came after completion of tests adminis- tered the XII Corps. The most extensive tests ever given a unit at Fort Jackson, they embraced all basic subjects, including military courtesy, map and aerial photograph reading, close and extended order drill, and technical subjects, such as marches, bivouacs, firing of weapons, tactics, and other combat operations. A XII Corps summary of the results of the tests described the Division's results as "very satisfactory." SUCCEEDED TRAINING PHASES of the Division brought new soldiers together into fighting teams and life in the field. At first, week-long encampments were made on Fort Jackson's reservation, with the expedients of field life learned by doing them: tenting so the mosquitoes, water, and wind were avoided, keeping equipment together and in working order, eating out of messkits and keeping canteens full. At the same time there was the regular training which threw together men into fighting units. Later phases welded different branches into powerful fighting arms, with field artillery, infantry, and engineers en- gaged in combat problems. COMBAT TEAM EXERCISES were held throughout the sum- mer over the northern half of South Carolina, with one team pitted against another in simulated battle conditions. Here, lessons in field life and individual and unit tactics were put to use, while road marches added stamina to Centurymen's con- dition. LARGER EXERCISES followed in the late fall and winter, and men of the Division who worked, slept, and fought simulated battles together, began to know that they were ready to face the gruelling hardships of combat. . STAY AT FORT BRAGG, N.-C., came as hotel life to the Division after this extended period afield. As the Division streamed into the post late in January, every soldier will remem- ber with joy the welcome sight of barracks, shower rooms, and just plain warm rooms and beds. Training, however, did not slow down by any means, but, if anything, increased in severity. The big job lay ahead and there could not be too much prep- aration. ' X . Cf, ,ff X- Agkn. '1 R 'ii' W M. W, W ., Q' . ' . f??'M"f :fi 3' ' 3, VW", , My gf 1 Q - ' ' ww1,:::4 ,,giWj,v.m V , 1 . Q1 vw , W M ff As! " xi' ,fa.i1 . .. A 1 'f,,',',Q5":, f W rr- - A Q 1 , ' 'V M, V I, A- - 4 , , ' 21 A . Y . , W , - ,I fu' K 4. .5615 , I . ' ,ff r' '.,1rf441. 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Of course, as most of us know, an Infantry Division is not composed entirely of foot troops. There's almost every component of the Army Ground Forces within an Infantry Division-Artillery, Engineers, Signal Corps, Medics, Reconnaissance Troop, Quartermaster Company and other special troops. Briefly, an Infan- try Division is an entity in itself, capable of subsisting and fighting on its own. The battle mission of an Infantry Division is to take and hold territory. Before the Infantry there is nothing but the enemy. In every battle, the doughboy and his outfit are in the thick of things, 'way up front where the payoff is either life or death. We are the first to occupy territory, and we occupy it by our own sweat and suffering and blood. And we hold it, fighting like hell for every inch of earth. Once we get a foothold, we push on and on, retreating only when there is no other way out. Technically, a United States Infantry Division is a triangular division. This means that in each division there are three combat teams, with each combat team composed of an Infantry Regiment and a Battalion of Artillery. Supporting and servicing each combat team is a company of Engineers and a company of Medics. And supporting the Division as a, whole are the various special troops. Broken down, an Infantry Regiment is made up of three combat battalions and one provisional battalion that functions as a service unit for the battalion. In each Infantry Battalion there are three rifle com- panies, one heavy weapons company and a headquar- ters company. In the Infantry Division Artillery there are four bat- talions--three light Field Artillery Battalions and one medium. A Field Artillery Battalion is composed of five batteries, three firing batteries, a headquarters battery and a service battery. Attached to on Infantry Division are a Battalion of Engineers, a Signal Company, a Quartermaster Com- pany, an Ordnance Company, a Reconnaissance Troop, a Medical Battalion and a Headquarters Company. While an Infantry Division primarily moves by foot, the mechanized strength of the unit is immense. All field pieces and heavy weapons are motor-drawn. The Artillery generally moves by truck, as do all special troops. The fire-power of a modern Infantry Division is tremendous. With thousands of small arms, hundreds of machine guns and mortars, plus the several light and medium field pieces, an Infantry Division can concentrate thousands ot pounds of ammunition on a specific area in the shortest possible time. Though battle tactics differ in various circum- stances, an Infantry Division is generally given a spe- cific objective to take or a definite area ro hold. Its battle-tront varies in size, from a few hundred yards to several miles, depending entirely on its specific mission at a particular time. ' In a military campaign in total war, an Infantry Division gives and receives the active cooperation of all branches of the Army, plus definite assistance from the Navy. Prime examples of this cooperation between all arms of the services were the invasion of North Africa, the campaign in Sicily and the current campaign in Italy. In all three phases in this war, Infantry Divi- sions spearheaded the attacks with the support of other branches. The usual tactics were first to have the Air Corps plaster the immediate objective with thousands of tons of bombs, next, to have the Navy's heavy guns bombard it, and while this was in progress foot soldiers moved in and took over. Quite properly, the Infantry has been called the "Queen of Battle." Since ancient times, the Infantry has carried the brunt of battles. Throughout recorded history, it has always been foot troops who captured and held ground. And, more than ever, it has been proven in this war that the Infantry is the one indis- pensable branch of the Army. It is not easy to be a good lnfantryman. The train- ing is the most rigorous, the life is often monotonous, and seldom is there any glamour or glory attached to the foot soldier. But there is a lot of inner-satisfaction in knowing that you are doing a tough job to the best of your ability. When you're in an Infantry Division, you can take a fierce and sincere pride in the knowl- edge that you have gone up against tough men and pitted your strength, mental and physical, against them, and that you were not found wanting. As Lieutenant General Lesley J. McNair, com- mander of the Army Ground Forces, recently put it: "To the Infantry belong the strong." . r . .6 H I, f .J A f if We ' Fi Ar i it Q. to - ARK cCL RE coiowii U. S.A. CHIEF OF STAFF, 'I00th INFANTRY DIVISION Colonel Mark McClure was born in Anderson, Indiana, on February 6, l898, and attended DePauw University before he was a ointed to the United States Military Academy in l9l8. Upon his graduation from West Point in l922, he was PD commissioned a Second Lieutenant of Field Artillery and assigned to the 2nd Field Artillery Brigade at Fort Sam Houston, Texas. He was later transferred to Fort Sill, Oklahoma, and in l926 was promoted to First Lieutenant. An assignment at Fort Meyers, Virginia, preceded his appointment to the faculty of the United States Military Academy. In l935 he was promoted to Captain and transferred to Schofield Barracks, Hawaii, where he remained until l938, when he returned to attend the Command and General Stalf School. He was then assigned to the Office of the Chief of Field Artillery and in July, l94O, he was promoted to Major. Re- maining in Washington, D. C., he was promoted in December, l94l, to Lieutenant Colonel. When this office was absorbed by the Headquarters of Army Ground forces in May, l942, he was selected to attend another course at the Command and General Staff School. He was later assigned to the 95th Division as G-3, where he remained until August 22, I942, when he was promoted to Colonel and transferred to the lOth Division as Chief of Staff. MILITARY INTELLIGENCE The primary function of the Assistant Chief of Staff, G-2, is to keep the commander informed regarcl- ing the enemy's situation and capabilities. His work concerns intelligence and counterintelligence, and with the assistance of liaison officers of units under his control he is able to collect, compile and evaluate all information of the enemy's capabilities. He super- vises the collection of information by radio position- finding and intercept methods. He is responsible for the reproduction and distribution of all maps and co- ordinates requests for aerial photographs. He super- vises the activities of all newspaper correspondents, photographers and broadcasters accompanying the troops, He is responsible formal! censorship, both of postal matters and the work of news correspondents, and supervises the preparation and use of codes and ciphers. He makes plans for the reception of visitors at headquarters and the escorting of the same. And he is charged with the dissemination of false informa- tion to the enemy, obstruction of enemy propaganda, and takes measures to refute enemy propaganda among the troops or the civil population of the theatre of operations. PAUL S. REINECKE Lieutenant Colonel Ci-2 PERSONNEL The function of the Assistant Chief of Staff, G-I, concerns the personnel of the Division. Both in com- bat and in garrison his responsibility is the soldier as a person. He supervises all functions of the Adjutant General, replacement of personnel, awarding of deco- rations and citations, in addition to other rewards and punishments. He is responsible for leaves of absence and furloughs, religious, recreational and welfare work, the Army postal service and strength, casualty, prisoner of war and other reports. He advises the commander on the morale of the personnel and is charged with the collection and disposition of strag- glers and prisoners of war. He is responsible for the internal arrangement of headquarters, sanitation, maintenance of law and order. He supervises relations with civil governments and civilians in a theatre of operation, including initial establishment and opera- tion of military government or martial law. He super- vises matters concerning personnel who are prisoners in enemy hands. And he is responsible for graves registration service and burials. CLIFTON H. FORBUSH Lieutenant Colonel Cv-I ri ' 34 1 : G-3 0PERNHONS AND WHHNING The Assistant Chief of Staff, G-3, is responsible for organization, training and combat operations. He coordinates and prepares plans for the organization and equipment of units and individuals, organization of schools of instruction, selection of training sites Gnd firing and bombing ranges, the publication of training directives, programs and orders. ln combat, he is charged with supervision of all operations, in- cluding tactical and strategical studies and estimates. He must study the tactical situation continuously, in- cluding location, morale and capabilities of the troops, needs for replacements, terrain and weather condi- tions and the status of equipment and supplies. He Prepares recommendations and reports based on the tactical situation. l-le is responsible for reconnais- sance and security measures, troop movements, tac- tical employment of units, defense of communication lines and tactical measures to preserve secrecy and effect surprise. KENNETH E. ECKLAND Lieutenant Colonel C-3 , g, ,Q . l ' - SUPPLY AND EVACUATION The Assistant Chief of Staff, G-4, is charged with the preparation of policies for and the supervision of execution of arrangements for supply, evacuation, transportation and other relative matters. He is responsible for advising the commander relative to the extent of the administrative support that can be given to any proposed strategical or tactical line of action and for recommendations as to the necessary decisions concerning supply and evacuation. He is also responsible for the procurement, storage and dis- tribution of all supplies, the location of supply, evac- uation and maintenance establishments, transporta- tion of supplies by land, air and water, construction and maintenance of roads and trails, docks and air- clromes, maintenance of equipment, recommendations for allocation of small arms, ammunition and anti-tanla mines, traffic control, construction, operation and maintenance of utilities and other facilities relating to supply, shelter, transportation and hospitalization, but exclusive of fortifications, evacuation and hos- pitalization of men and animals, salvage, collection and disposal of captured supplies, funds, and priority of expenditure. ROBERT M. STECMAIER Lieutenant Colonel C-4 ,M ENUST ENUSTED MENS ED MEN S N. GJ G1 STAFF .i CHARLES J. CRAIG HENRY SUCHANEK Major Warrant Officer fj.g.7 G-Z STAFF NORMAN D. LEWIS Captain 5.2 JOHN W. DOWNIE CHARLES H. PROUT CHESTER E. VAN VORHIS Coptoin Coptoin Lieutenant r-X-. I "WM, I G-3 STAFF I MAURICE G, MILLER WILLIAM VJRAWLINGS Major Mojor OLIVER A. YANCER Major D IPhoto Unobtoinoble Ehlisfod M0n'5 SC . CFIOH' G-3 'IS' VINCENT W. WALSH JOHN C. HAMMEREL ' Ist Lieutenant Eflfisted N15-'r1'5 SCCfIOn, G-4 FIV! . I? -I Coptoun G-4 STAFF if KENNETH J. DOE CARTHY RAYMOND J. HEFLEY Chief Warrant Officer JAMES M. Mc ' Major Motor M. J. HROM H. D. BLUHM C. R. VAN DUSEN ADJUTANT GE ERAL' 0FFlCE Major Captain Captain '+ A.. --V. J gin . I L. F. OLLIVER W. S. SIVAK W. P. ATHERTON Ist Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant N. L. LIGHTNER C. W. RAYER R. F, BYRNE VM .3 BYRON C. DE LA MATER Lieutenant Colonel Adjutant General Warrant Officer Ij.g.I Warrant Officer Ii.g.I Warrant Officer Ii.g.J ENLISTED MEN'S SECTION, ADJ UTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE P0 TAL ECTIO ENLISTED MEN'S SECTION, POSTAL SECTION W. D. BRATCHER Ist Lieutenant EI I PECTIIR GE ERI-IL' OFFICE B. S. DOBBS, JR. E. B. KYZAR M. B. ABERNATHY L. L. MORSE Captain Captain Warrant Officer Cj.g.I J DGE ADVOCATE GE ERAL' IIEEICE Lieutenant Colonel Inspector General Enlisted Men's Section, Inspector General's Office J. S. FOSTER Major Judge Advocate General J- A. MASIELLO M. W, FOSTER ' Enlisted Men's Section Warrant Officer Cj.g.l Captain Judge Advocate General's Office C. S. MOLLOHAN IIIVISIO URGEO' OFFICE DAVID KLICKSTEIN W. H. McCULLAGH O. N. COLE Major Major Captain L.ieutcnant Colonel Div ision Surgeon H. W. Wl-IITELEY Major DI I I0 CHAPLAI 'S OFFICE lil 5X W imilli Enlisted Mcn's Section, Division Surgeon's Office .. . . ,... ..., .1 ggyfwwf 9 nl' f ' ' ' I 'illll S-f 74 ' ' t tyl Enuske NOX' A. A. KATT Mayor Asst. Division Chaplain ciiopioafvs office A C. P. MALUMPHY n Division Lieutenant Colonel d Men's Secho I Division Chaplain I A36 V PECIAL ERVICE OFFICE 5,8 M, B. RAE D. E. SHIRKEY Captain lst Lieutenant FINANCE OFFICE H. T. PARIS . Major Division Special Service Officer H- T- SMITH E, J. KATZ J. H. DURFEE Captain 2nd Lieutenant Chief Warrant Officer ENLISTED Mews sEcTioN, specmi. seizvics orriciz Lieutenant Colonel Division Finance Officer . -. viorUN FINANCE OFFICE it W. R. BETZ Lieutenant Colonel Division Chemical Offi CCI' HE ICAL WARF RE 0FFICE R. J. O'DOWD lst Lieutenant DIVI I0 ORDNANCE . ' l,Warf0fe Office Enlisted Men's Secti0ni Chemlco 4,5 I S tion Enlisted Mens ec ' tice . - clnflnfe Of Diviswf' O' L. H. WINTER F. G. WATKINS 1 , Major lst Lieutenant FRANKLIN KIMBLE, JR. Lieutenant Colonel Division Ordnance Officer J DIVISIO IG AL 0EEI E Em, sfed Men. S SQCNO U, Division Sl. gnflf ICQ DIVISION ENGINEER OEEI E 'WSG' L. H. MUSSLER Major Division Signal Officer JOSEPH McANDREW Warrant Officer Ii.g.I Yi J. A. ALLGAIR Major Division Engineer ir f . Enlisted Men's Section, Division Engineers HENRY V. WILLE Captain M. J. BEJCEK Captain DI ERWIN R. WALKER, JR, Lieutenant Colonel Division Quartermaster AIDE DE CA IIO QUARTER A I II I .i, Q: Vt' ENLISTED MEN'S SECTION, DIVISION QUARTERMASTER WARREN J. JACOBS 'IQ ' J. W. HUDSON M. I. FORBES, JR. Ist Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant CHARLES MOORE, JR. Captain iPhoto Unobtainablcl ENLISTED MEN'S SECTION, CHIEF OF STAFF'S OFFICE Major LOUIS E. WOOTEN Captain IPhotos Unobtainablcl , as A, A JACK F. OREND 1 Ist Lieutenant ENLISTED PERSONNEL, DIVISION HEADQUARTERS is-, STER 4 r , -v phi, n. .4 ax , L1 x . P: . --sz v .-. f u g, ! , v f 1 X yy' ,-ul: U ' , . 1'3??4?,wih IZ' J' .' ,. r , ... , ,A ,. , , M Sli! Q Phi. Y X, f, , sum: ,- - 1 Q Q nf. 3' f M M.. .f W . W X 4. Q ' rg, X4 J ',' N ffm-M , A x X It 5 R ' ' L Xxsf ' m ,I . as M- 4 vw 1 , -A In , 1A ,w . G. ,g -..f ga, 1, wx K It H -a ' 'f iv: 'V F3 flw lx b . ,4-J, ,L J V P4 Wil wmggg ,W 41., WLL , M Y V' fi' if A ' K x W 2 X 'f tag? U' Nz 1 X . gf X 1 Y , 1 1 ' 4A?',r r .4 x Q 4 A ,Q 1 v 3, f u 6' ' A 5 nz 2 ' R 'S ' 31? N yi.-r s lm f , 1, K+ wk x as ph Qa'f'?1M, , ' JF :vp K ' 1154, ' W 'iffli 11 l-?ff1f5'5X ' ' - ,f mn, .gm ,Z gi ...W-J' Q y 'Y f-if 1: vvif., 1 ,W W M . me .N , . Q f x , x M sim 1 Af i w ' x mv X ' ' KA' wif- 5' v fn Q W . .N L -A X XQQ , 'Z ' ' .,,, a K J 9" 4 Q. , R11 cw A 5,5 X4 -dt -f-'F' GILBERT T. RANSON JAMES S. GOLDEN JOE H. ROTHE Major Captain Captain Medical Officer Dental Officer Executive Officer HE DQU RTERS, SPECIAL TRIIOP HERBERT S. ESKIN Captain Chaplain LAWRENCE T. NORMAN 2nd Lieutenant Personnel Officer ENLISTED MEN S S SPEC EcTioN HEADQUARTERS IAL TROOPS ATTACHED MEDICAL SECTION, HEADQUARTERS, SPECIAL TROOPS HEADQUAIITEII 100th DIVISIO PECI L TROOP .10H C. BYRD LIEUTENANT COLONEL COMMANDING, 'I00th DIVISION SPECIAL TROOPS Lt. Col. John Claiborn Byrd was born in Durham, North Carolina, on June 26, 1908, and began his military career in 1929 as a member of the 30th Division, a National Guard unit. He was called to active duty as a Second Lieutenant in September, 1940, when his unit was federalized. Promoted to First Lieutenant in January, 1941, and between April and September of that year he was attached to 30th Division G-2 Section as an Aviation Combat Observer. In September, 1941, he assumed command of the Anti-tank Company of the 120th Infantry Regiment. In February, 1942, he was promoted to Captain. In August, 1942, he was assigned to the 100th Division as commanding officer of the Antitank Company, 398th Infantry, and held that post until February, 1943, when he became Headquarters Commandant. He was promoted to Major on April 5, 1943, and in June attended the Command and General Staff School. In August, 1943, he was promoted to Commander, 100th Division Special Troops, and on March 21, 1944, was promoted to Lieutenant Colonel. K xzqv 100th HEADQUARTER C0 PA Y ALDEN K. SMALL Captain CHARLES H. COWDREY LINDEN A. WEBB Commanding Captain Ist Lieutenant NELSON MCFARLAND JOHN J. MATTHEWS STANLEY B. ROSE EDWARD O. CLARK 2nd Lieutenant Warrant Officer lj.g.7 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant 'V 4' fa JOHN F. CHERRY Major Commanding 100th DI I I0 ILITARY POLI E PLAT00 CHARLES T. HOUSAM JOHN W. SOLBERG JOHN J. O'BRIEN 4 ff swf kai!! aa lst Lleutenant 2nd Lieutenant lst Lieutenant JAMES D. HUSK RONALD W. HELMICK 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant nf' ,asm 100th DIVI I0 BA D DAVID B. KOZINSKI Warrant Officer fj.g.J r 'N' . 'X -. 'N N .I ., N X ' Mx :fx I X I A 1 'tx :Q " "fy-, .. N Wil " .',4' 4 "" ' " R cf- x GABRIEL J. JULIAN Chief Worront Officer '-'gi' .nqx 8 A. r 7 Q A, A lg 6 4 ,, .,....-7... 'Q LOU IS H. MUSSLER Major Commanding BERNARD A, DEVER Captain 100th IG AL C0 PA Y 'JD RAYMOND J. MORAN WILLIAM L. RICE ALPHONSE ENNEKING Ist Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant DANIEL DREITH ELLIOT WOLHEIM RAYMOND G. ELWELL 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant Ist Lieutenant JOHN N. JOHNS HARRY V. DRINKARD WILLIAM L. EHRING BERTSELL J. WILSON JOSEPH F. BRADSHAW 'Ist Lieutenant Ist Lieutenant Chief Warrant Officer Warrant Officer Ii.g.I Warrant Officer Ii.g.I 4? A v F lx ", W' Qu X 4? 'h .1,, -fb- WY' I 00-5 G X ws, QQ? 1 nf X X r, K" f, 1 'Z 7 .1955-f' ,VN J.-if ' in Q' 1 ' 1 ' 'fi 1 x fx. -"Q ' :if 'fw Hi, ,M x QAN .9 'Z . 1 5 Af My f s . , 0 - 5 Q bn e'P!'.?. 4-va ., Q 4 'ff ,ff w k " A ' V W. VYV' 'M:,T.f- 0 + 4 Q 1 if P gl M IQMA A,wnE ,,, Q S Q9 9 5 M f' - 5 ' I sl v b . q nuwnow- .V fi- -' i , . 'W ff 0 .ff aw I 'S 'rf N Y: ,JW 5 fe fi 4 4. a F K li .J it Q' 2554 ' f x . FH .-5 X 4 K ,Eff f A. K im? ,W M h f it k, . - ' 9 1 . 5 ' K Ar? V .J 4, ml? :X ??'?Qf 'Q . gg' - 55, v. :pw 'A iii?" ,ff ,W v.fff-,-Q-'M ,,,..ov"" Q ,QW 4 .. L Qs, b E " ' - -, ' A Alf,,,,H Ami . f ' ,N 53" K"-'I E Q .f4"'5lfff r F5 R ,.,f ,,s Wa -J z, ' 1 ,. ' ' " " . yr Jiffy QB' . 3,44 'Y J M is 5-M ,,,,.g, N, ..,, Y O . q 1 1 5 wo Q X ff' ,us 100th Q ARTER FRED J. SHEEHAN lst Lieutenant JAMES E. DOUGHERTY Captain Commanding LINTON R. LEHRER CARL M. PENNINGTON MARTIN GOVERMAN lst Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant W1 ASTER COMPANY FRANKLIN KIMBLE, JR. Lieutenant Colonel Division Ordnance Officer 00th ORDNAN COMP JOHN D. HOPKINS ROBERT E. MARTINEZ EDWARD D. MCNAMARA Captain lst Lieutenant lst Lieutenant Executive Officer RAY WICHMAN WALTER L. WALDEN RALPH B. OLSON JOHN J. MCMONEGAL 2nd Lieutenant lst Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant Warrant Officer Cj.g.J if was "Wap W.. gg' lwmu I 1 4 J .WN , W 1- 'HW f I ' lu. Q S N I 'Did ' I I I I ' ,M 5 N Qc 4, Y, we 4 M Q vw-Q I f A -p '31 -rv . ,. ,,.,,-K , kv. ,. 'Qs' ' 4' r!, 'iff 'hw'k .IV :Qin 4Vns A " H A v i , ,,, f wr, .. . 2 5 Q 'X' 3 Y -pi fun, Qi lk ' W N Q 'A ri- , ' W ' , +244 f?'5f rfv' 1 N fy s 1, , W V 'm if :wil H x'X XA. x, 'A YY wfeqa Q. 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ALLGAIR MAJOI1 COMMANDING, 325th ENGINEER COMBAT BATTALION Major John Andrew Allgair was born in Somerville, New Jersey, on August 29, 1914 and was grqdum- d U ' 't in 1936 with a Master's Degree in Civil Engineering. After serving with the 28th Ii from Rutgers niversi y fantry for a year at Fort Niagara, he assumed an engineering assignment with the Standard Oil Company of Ne . w Jersey and spent a month in Venezuela, South America. b 20 1937 he was commissioned Second Lieutenant and assigned to the 11th Engineers of On Septem er , , Fort Clayton, Canal Zone. In July, 1940, he was transferred to the 1st Engineers at Fort Dupont and in S8 - tember, 1940, was promoted to First Lieutenant. An assignment to the Engineer Replacement Center at Ft-if Belvoir followed, and in August, 1941, he was sent to the 85th Heavy Pontoon Battalion. In September 1941 he was promoted to Captain. ' ' 1942 he was transferred to the Engineer Unit Training Center at Camp Claiborne La and on ln April, , September 26, 1942, he was promoted to Major. On February 20, 1944, he was assigned to the 100th Division whore he assumed command ot thc 325th Engineer Combat Battalion. 325th ENGINEER SEZ! BAT E1-ITTALIO JAMES W. O'NEAL, JR. ROBERT C. HOLMES, JR. WALTER E. RHEAULT LAWRENCE M. LEVINSON Captain Captain Captain Captain Executive Officer S-3 S-4 S-2 MILTON J. MEYERS STANLEIGH ERLER RAYMOND L. I-IERSCHELL CHARLES F. MEYER LEWIS J. PATTERSON Captain Captain 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant lst Lieutenant Dental Officer Battalion Surgeon Assistant S-3 Assistant S-2 Assistant S-2 , ai? MILTON J. BECIAK Captain Assistant Division Engineer LOUIS J, GIOVINE 2nd Lieutenant Assistant S-I MAURICE Z. WISHON 2nd Lieutenant Acting S-I - JAMES T. ACHUFF Warrant Officer fi.g.J - Personnel Officer ,.. 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Q' .L rv -"-' :I '- - 34 'sf A SX 10 A if M, ew - f 3? .li I. 'ufsyggi r'N'-'- 4i. g'5 -Ov LJ Q , , , f I fa .-sq, -:' , , ,' 3 'af v 'E .. .QQ A I ,L ,,,,,, ., ,.. .W f-J Q '0L.l'2rZ.g1R "W ,.-wx'-:Z-'L4'.' x.. . .'4' "...g' ,:'::'1 32 TH EDICAL BATTALIO l l DON S. WE GER LIEUTENANT COLONEL COMMANDING, 325th MEDICAL BATTALION Lieutenant Colonel Don S. Wenger was born in Monroe, Wisconsin, on December 18, 1911, and received his medical education at Milton College, Marquette University and the University of Wisconsin, being graduated from the latter in 1936 He racticed sur er in Milwaukee Wisconsin and was associated with the Milwaukee Hospital. On February 14 1940 P Q Y , , he received a commission of First Lieutenant in the Medical Corps and was assigned to the Brooklyn Port of Embarkation Assistant Port Surgeon. He was promoted to Captain in October, 1941, and later joined the crew of the USAT Leonafj WOOd, which saw action in the Pacific theatre at the start of World War ll. He then was placed on the staff of the Walter Reed General Hospital, and in April, 1942, was promoted to Major In Merch, 1942, he moved to the 77th Division as regimental surgeon, and in November was transferred to the 1005-1 Division Serving as battalion executive officer and then as division artillery surgeon, he took command of the 325th Medical Battalion ' ' 94 'n MOV, 1943. He was promoted to Lieutenant Colonel in October, 1 3. c 'X '- ff ww. . s f.. Aw rf' fd 4 Aww N 'J k P' 'WN .gf 'rfu f ' , k '. fl 7, L '53 5 x 1 Q ' Q3 , ' . - . , K V I ' -V ,lijfif-1 La ., A, lwfxf ...V .. mm? I .. vw MQ . , Q A , '.- J - ffm x ' , . i f g5Lff5S 'iff jwfqg .f-"""W 7 , n 9,4 .-4-""""MM I A,4vv'E""! 'nv' "Xf- ?-in N - -..j"KL?xQ,,g:,v 1 1 -sig, . 'N I, 3,1 r , ,ff 6 fx 4' ' ff 1' QC Q H47 ,, 'P f 4' X, "s C' 3, arf fl f x K 325th EDICAL BATTALIO TAFF YW EMIL J. CENETTI ROBERT R. MOYLAN WILLARD F. SEATON Major COP'fOiI'1 ist Lieutenant Executive Officer Adjutant and S-I 5-2 HEADQUARTER DETACH E T PAUL A. SCHNEIDER lst Lieutenant an ALBERT J. ARONSTAMM Q Chief Warrant Officer CONSTANTI NE D. TUTEIN Captain Commanding E Q -:X 325th MEDICAL BATIALION JOSEPH R. PAWL DONALD K. HARKNESS RICHARD J. FLADING lst Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant MORRIS PASTERNACK Captain Commanding PAUL H. GOODMAN Captain Commanding C0 PAYE 325111 Miiiiicii, isiii'rAi.10N 1 ANTHONY S. KAZMIERSKI WALLACE A. KING CARL R. ASCHOFF lst Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant , . ,..... 1.--me W 4 .gy ,' .Wa . ..,. ,, ,,, U'01ll'Tf""i' -- ' .un ,- uhh" :'- fl 'iw wl- mggw .fp -W ww.. -.Q Jx.. , 'Oar k.,4 ff ..- .-x-. ,rv .f- -, . V .nv 1 - 'f19'H."7".?W'i!. H' A ' if 556 " N "gf .f ffvfvg- ..,. H x Fi 35131 .. -vfsh .. -"ff':n1.?.w PFW.. . - 1- -.'-72.-iW."' 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ELLI coioiiiii, COMMANDING, 397th INFANTRY REGIMENT Colonel William Alexander Ellis was born in Fairmont, Minnesota, on October 30, 1893. He is a graduate Of Fairmont High School and has a degree from the Minnesota School of Business. Commissioned a Second Lieu- tenant in the Infantry in 1917, he served 18 months in France during World War I, first with the 34th Division l ths after the Armistice he was on duty with the U. S. Army of and later with the 4th Division. For severa mon Occupation in Germany. P ot d to Ca tain in 1920, he had a four-year tour of duty at various stations in this country and in rom e p 1925 he was ordered to Hawaii, where he served until 1929 as Assistant G-4. Returning home, he Qgam Served in this country, being promoted to Major in 1935. He has completed courses for Infantry Officers at Fort Benning, Georgia, and served as Senior Infantry ln- Siructor and Professor of Military Science at Virginia Military Institute between 1938 and 1940. He rose to Lieutenant Colonel in 1940 and Colonel in 1942. He has' held his present command since activation of the 100th Division. i f JOHN M. KING Major Executive Officer Y REGI E TAL TAFF 397th INFANTIIY HAROLD L. FAIRBROTHER 2nd Lieutenant Liaison Officer iPhoto Unobtainablei MERTON T. HOWARD Ist Lieutenant Assistant S-2 iPhoto Unobtainablel CLARK V. WHITED lst Lieutenant Assistant S-I ISSOI iPhoto Unobtainablel WALTER M. BARCLAY MYLO L. HEEN WILEY B. WISDOM CURTIS F. RAISH Captain Major Maier Captain S-I S-2 S-3 S-4 NORMAN NATHANSON JOHN J. WHITE CLAIR S. KEENA Maier Captain Captain Regimental Surgeon Regimental Chaplain Personnel Officer EUGENE EMERSON BONNER E. TEETER FREDERICK W. HABERSR Captain Ist Lieutenant Ist Lieutenant Assistant S-4 Chaplain Chaplain WILLIAM J. BARTUS SAMUEL FINKELSTEIN LINN M. KIEFFER Ist Lieutenant Warrant Officer li. g.I Captain Assistant S-I Assistant 5-I Assistant S-3 JOSEPH T. MURPHY JOHN P. WILSON WILLIAM A. ROCKWUO Ist Lieutenant Ist Lieutenant Ist Lieutenant Liaison Officer Liaison Officer Liaison officer II MORRI Mayor ipixgecutive Officer AR WU? W. HORN gg 'Pho B X X I TTALIO STAFF jirdf gaffadon GEORGE K. MOODY Commanding, First Battalion Lieutenant Colonel 5 ZEBROWITZ 0 Ulwbtainablei 5 . A AM BEDELL A. TIPPINS, JR. WILLIAM P. MUNOZ MARION hxgioei CH lst Liseugenant Cagfgln Acting Executive Officer econol gaffagon HOWARD FEINSTEIN ROY LIPOTI lst Lieutenant lst Lieutenant Assistant S-3 S-4 'I A,,.-......, . st Llgufenam -4 'U Unobtainablel . JAM ES E. BRYANT WELL C. HENDERSON GEORGE N. McALLlSTER Lieutenant Colonel WILLIA'liAAal:i' QUINN HERBER2:fallgl'.a3lxEWTON HO lst Lieutenant In Lieutenant Commanding' Acting Commander Acting Executive Officer S-2 Acting S-3 Second Battalion OAKLEY B. BELAND lieutenant Colonel Cymmanding, Third Battalion -ijhircl gaffagon WILLIAM ESBITT Captain Acting Executive Officer ROBERT G. DEUELL WILLIAM S. PRESTON BERKLEY W. CUE WILLIAM R. 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MESSIER Commcmdin lst Lieutenant lst Lieutenant ist Lieutenant g MAYNARD W. PERKINS RAYMOND TOZER ARTHUR EVANS, JR. MYRON W. RICHTER 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant 4,41 'N F' L . Y'yp'Hf-'- . r nw.,-2 - ,A A 397 ' i H N., 3 m-h KN.. .X Vx. ,ah r 111 L .5 'ab' rv E 4 ' 1 f 1 fa 9 ' mf F ' le - 1 KJ V 'W 'Q M -W4-up www , F ,L X., V, ,-Y W ' W ,ww -gs .K Q J ' " W i, -ev I, 'F' ' aa it m e 'F' .vm ' V qw 44 397 6 , V. .Ny fy. ' " W4 I, Q. L5 W': 5' 'Q .8 , f New f 9 ,, ' ' - 'W TWW fe wf5x4'7Q'5"'f':"M --.' X Q5 x ' . Nm. -Y Q1 x , I, Q. QD Q 4 Qin ,lang rg 'QA WN? 1 5 - fig A N H 3 Lfgl' -' . ,N . , H 15, X X x .,A K . ,5- RALPH W. SCOTT Captain Commanding CLARENCE J. BARWICK ROBERT E. AMMON 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant HEADO ARTER C01VlPA Y .7Lirc! gaffagon 397th INFANTRY THEODORE G. MORITS EDWIN J. URBAN ist Lieutenant ist Lieutenant , .f.v.. . , . ,. , . 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EARLY ist Lieutenant Commanding DICK R. FORRESTER, JR 2nd Lieutenant HERBERT E. GUNN 2nd Lieutenant YN.-. .V'1 .. 'v-1 ,., YQ' .MQ 41-7 Q , -W 4, ,1 wmv' .- .- wid if .,,i1 . ,... M93- .L . A. .. L g. Tiffin Q' L. QSM W, .-- Me wmv OPAY wire! gaffagon 397th INFANTRY GUSTAVE C. SVOBODA Captain Commanding FRANK T. FOCER RICHARD C. STRICKLAND ARTHUR W. WENDEL MAYO L. JOHNSON lst Lieutenant lst Lieutenant Ist Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant AUBREY G. SUNDET DONALD B. MOSES CLARK W. RYDER HENRY GREENHUT 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant ft RM - - -f vm-Y .11 fyw Moving in for the final blow .... Riflemen storm building as dynamite charges blast the path. wg' .if f. -, kr, pt,-wa ',,,. Z7- Douglciboys fire on the surprised "enemy" with the walls of "CJoering'S Eat Palace" for protec- tion. W. wi-'gif " " S 9 f0fZ'Z'46W6ZZdQ Moving from house to house-every position a better one .... Moving with core and yet determination .... And then, in a flash, the charge-the village is stormed ..,. The villoge is taken! . . . This is the "Nazi Villoge" at Fort Jackson .... "Schickelgruber Avenue" . . . "C-oering's Palace." . . . Under o hot Carolina sun .... Priceless training for the Centurymenl l . asa , ,i .x - 4 S ' fs fm ' it 'Q tu. . :if .Q W 4- Kwon' -'wi' 'M sr 'l .,i,n ' f., g,,4,,,,,, 2 He's the backbone of the Army . . . Johnny and his gun .... No armor plate for protection. . . . Just dirt . . . a toxhole dug with his own hands . . . or an enemy-made shell hole. . . . Crawling, creeping, walking .... Always moving up .... Blistered feet and aching back. . . . Always moving up .... ln the face of fire . . . shells singing death overhead. . . . He knows his mission . . . and he stops not until his task is done .... Johnny Doughboy and his gun . . . the real soldier! g. if If Ai .H ., Zi 1 x I ' t 39 th I FA TRY REGI E T IIOBI S IE. II F11 COLONEL COMMANDING, 398th INFANTRY REGIMENT Colonel Robinson Earl Duff was born in EI Paso, Illinois, on January 18, 1895, and attended Purdue University until 1917, when he was commissioned a Second Lieutenant of Infantry. His first assignment was with the 46th Infantry of the 9th Division, serving there until its inactivation in 1921. During this time he was promoted to First Lieutenant in February, 1918, and to Captain in September, 1918. He was then assigned to the University of Oklahoma as Assistant Professor of Military Science and Tactics. In 1923 he was sent to Hawaii with the 35th Division. Later he was assigned to the Infantry School, and in 1931 he was selected to attend a two-year course at the Command and General Staff School. After a tour of duty with the Arizona National Guard, he attended the Army War College in 1935, Upon graduation he was promoted to Major and sent to the 13th Infantry. ln July, 1938, he was assigned to the G-4 Division of the War Department General Staff, and was promoted to Lieutenant Colonel in September, 1940, and to Colonel in December, 1941-. He was later detailed as Chief of the General Depot Service in the Army Supply Forces, and in July, 1942, became Chief of Storage and Shipping. On September, 1942, he was ordered to the 100th Division as commanding officer of the 398th Infantry. REGI E TAL STAFF WALTER E. MOSES "' Major Executive Officer 398th INFANTRY t. . ,-,pl THE LATE FLOYD ZIMMERMAN Lieutenant Colonel ROBERT H. WHITUS A ELGIE J. STONE ROBERT M. MARTZ SAMUEL J. LIGHT HARVEY C. WEISEL Captain Captain Captain Maior Adiutant, S-l Acting S-I S-2 S-3 'DO' RTHUR E. POLLOCK CLARENCE L. LECRONE ELWOOD D. HOLLISTER JR Maior Major Captain Captain S-4 Regimental Surgeon Regimental Chaplain Personnel Officer BENJAMIN I. MCGOWAN JOSEPH M. CROCKETT NORMAN BARASCH Captain Znd Lieutenant lst Lieutenant Orientation Officer ' ' Special Service Officer Asst. Personnel Officer 'A MICHAEL J. BUCKLEY SAMUEL TYLER, JR. CHARLES L. ODENCE lst Lieutenant lst Lieutenant lst Lieutenant Chaplain Chaplain Liaison Officer GUY P. ALLEN CHARLES KATZ Chief Warrant Officer Warrant Officer ii. g.l Asst. Reg. Supply Officer Assistant S-I BERNARD F. McCLOY FREDERICK J. CLARK lst Lieutenant lst Lieutenant Liaison Officer Liaison Officer BATTALIO TAFF 398th INFANTRY Slim! M fa Aon. 1 -3 THOMAS L. LEIGH Lieutenant Colonel Commanding, First Battalion DORRIS B. ODELL EDMUND L. RUNDELL CHARLES MOYKA ARTHUR J. SCHAEFER Captain lst Lieutenant Captain 2nd Lieutenant Executive Officer S-2 S-3 S-4 CLARENCE M. SAGMOEN Lieutenant Colonel Commanding, Second Battalion PCOHIJ MINI! AON JOHN H. KIRKLAND HERMAN P. PONTY EDWARD S. JOHNSON CLIFFORD G. DAY Major lst Lieutenant Captain lst Lieutenant Executive Officer S-2 S-3 S-4 gn im! gaffagon A FLOYD E. STAYTON Lieutenant Colonel Commanding, MARSHALL G. GILMAN BERNARD Boston JACK L. RHEA sionev KLEINWAKS Tl"'d BO"O"0" Major lst Lieutenant Captain lst Lieutenant Executive Officer S-2 A S-3 5-4 LLL HEADQ ARTER DONALD W. CURLEY Captain Commanding il WALTER R. JOHNSON FRANK WITSON DONALD H. IRONS lst Lieutenant lst Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant 398th INFANTRY I THOMAS F. CARRICK Chief Warrant Officer iPhoto Unobtainablei W A X xr , , 'A 1 .. if .pf- ,- gg 'wh anus-. Q- .F4y.., , wk N 5" mv- H. wwf,- v X' 1 S ,...., M. -wx ' 'I-:"QA 'Q-,x,,M 'Er' -.v,,,.,,..- M' ff,-e . nw 4 ,Hn .-Q,5,M,,, ,Ww- v .f -A-1 hr, r"'.' M ff .va N., 1- . r.wvf'1: . . af' I: , Na -ff-4-.44 :.pf'5-5224+ ,,.-, A-x .Wm - -' .45,p-ff., 1 Q ERVICE C0 PA Y I"'O9, WILLIAM H. GREER LARNED S. WHITNEY, JR. CHARLES F. ANKER Captain Captain Ist Lieutenant mph 1109! 133 MAURICE P. WILLIS JAMES W. WATSON IRVING F. CHICHESTER JAMES J. ZIMMERMAN Ist Lieuten t ' ' ' on 2nd Lieutenant Warrant Officer ii.g.I Warrant Officer ii.g.I FIELD L. PARKS Captain Commanding Q ti i PAUL W. JEDE Captain Commanding A TI-TA K COMPA Y LE DOUGLAS J. BURROWS DELMAR E. PUGH STEPHEN J. LOCKMAN LLOYD E. STEPHENS lst Lieutenant Ist Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant LELAND D. SCARBOROUGH ist Lieutenanf Commanding .Q S, "' I i JAMES S. CHANGARIS ABE RUSH Ist Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant CANNON C0 PA Y 398th INFANTIIY w FREDRIC HAMILTON JOSEPH I. COUNIHAN Ist Lieutenant ist Lieutenant 4' H F' Q!! h ,, S Q5 f .4 NA' 'Y 'Lv 'tw 5 Y 398 CAN W fn' G3 C .cr H f 2 ff - x W W N J Y f Y 9 ' I f 7' 4.65-rex.. 4 "hiv, f fage' Q 'W' CAN ,pw "'-ww., . 4 I g 'Q E " ,. M 1 nv sg ' 598 M wr Q.. CAN 'W ,gears-'N A .-24, 4, I A -'JzLL..LLff" 212, MEDICAL DETACHME T ANTHONY J. PORCELLI Captain JOHN K. 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' 'Mic' A t V t b 66666 eaedaaa Air Corps screens troops from "enemy" ot demonstration itop cmd Ieftl. Technique with the tommy-gun icirclel. Rodio class in the pines Cbelowl. it 'fs .., f It k X 4 My W , m ' - 1.-. 'nf K Y... and 2 Pl!-A Hgmcade Weighed down by pack VLA ,wx nh wink A gr-QJKARR it ' l .Msn a ,V . . . gf. . J. J . ,. N ...4f and heovy equipment, Doughboys Ieorn 'ro keep ofloot-keep the rifle high and dry. 'N fl W. , m . ui' 'Q ,- w-F? ' ,ws I , ,wh MQ The barracks bog- on improvised life-saver. 399th I FA TRY REGINIE T ANDREW C. TYCH Ei 0oL0NEL COMMANDING, 399th INFANTRY REGIMENT Colonel Andrew Christian Tychsen was born in Haddon Field, New Jersey, June 27, 1893, but moved with his family to St. Paul, Minnesota. He began his military career at ll, when he joined the St. Paul's Boy Brigade, rising to Corporal at 13. After attending the University of Minnesota, in April 1914 he joined the Minnesota National Guard. He served on the Mexican border as a First Sergeant in Company A of the First Minnesota Infantry, in 1916. A year later he was a Captain, commanding the 339th machine-gun battalion, of the 88th Division. In July, 1918, he arrived in France with his unit, and returned to this country in the summer of 1919. With the end of WorldgWar I, he remained in the Army as a Regular Army officer. Between 1927 and 1932, he attended St. Paul"s Military Academy, leaving in 1932 to command Company K of the 27th Division in Hawaii. Promoted to Major in 1935, he attended Command and General Staff School and was promoted to Lieutenant Colonel in 1940. In December, 1941, he took over command of the 6th Infantry Regiment at Fort McLellan, Alabama, and was promoted to Colonel. He has commanded the 399th infantry Regiment since acti- vation of the 100th Division. - REGI E TAL TAFF ff EARL R. CUSTIS Lieutenant Colonel Executive Officer PATRICK C. HENNIGAN BENJAMIN R. PICKENS WILLIAM T. ONG, JR. RANDALL KELLY Cgpfqin Major Major Captain S-I S-2 S-3 S-4 LEONARD E. FRIEDLANDER ROBERT E. LYNCH ' ANTHONY R. D'ADDARlO WALTER MASSEY ' HAROLD F. O'NElL lst Lieutenant lst Lieutenant Major Cgpfgin Captain Personnel Officer Special Service Officer Regimental Surgeon Regimental Chaplain Personnel Officer ROY L. GRADY DUNCAN M. EMERY THOMAS F. LEARY Ist Lieutenant lst Lieutenant Liaison Officer Liaison Officer Liaison Officer is v 3' PIERCE V. BRENNAN WILLIAM P. FRASER HUBERT G. MILLER JACOB NOBUT RAYMOND L. SMITH Ist Lieutenant Ist Lieutenant Ist Lieutenant Chief Warrant Officer Warrant Officer Ii.g.l Chaplain Chaplain Orientation Officer Assistant S-I Assistant S-4 B A T T A3!E9IhQNFANTRY FF jimi gaffagon FELIX E. THARPE Major Commanding, First Battalion BERNARD V. LENTZ JERRE K. GRIFFITH PARK L. BROWN HARRY J. DODD Major ist Lieutenant Captain ist Lieutenant Executive Officer S-2 S-3 5-4 BCOHJ g6lffaAOI'l KARL S. THORNBERG Lieutenant Colonel SgQ,','Qg'gQ3'n,?Cgn JOHN A. RiLovlcH DOUGLAS c. CAMPBELL PAUL M. cox CARL M. MARSHALL O Major 2nd Lieutenant Captain ist Lieutenant Executive Officer S-2 S-3 S-4 my gaffa gon ROBERT M. WILLIAMS Major ANGELO J. 'PUNARO JOSEPH A. TUTTOBENE CARL D. ALFONSO HOWARD B. HUNTLEY Commanding Major ist Ligugenant Cagtain 2nd Lieutenant - -3 S-4 Third Bqffgliozq Executive Officer wang. M -Q vmvfw- , .w'., Q mu- 7- ' ,v- er-.f:,. .. :.,. . any f U nr-of, .XP wh HEADO ARTER 0 PA Y 399th INFANTIIY LAWRENCE A. CONREY JOSEPH J. WIACEK Captain ist Lieutenant AUGUST R. BOZZO Coptoin Commanding vlh JOHN FRENCH GEORGE E. STALEY lsr LICUTGHGHT Chief Worront Officcr Rs f N l fx! Yagi? .if an if 'Q Q1 Q-fe ss, 6 if ,fi ' 4 f' 7 fm ' 599 M, M M wg fl' Q if' ., ,J-'Q' 4 ,,,,,,,,p' fi ffl?-R' In 'A 4: xv , 1,-. gag? gl .. 4 16 Aff' 63,5 f MQW -qw- - 'Z .14-.,"f"'6" "ia . k4-,, ' V 6 ,we if . ' V 'V ,,,' - b x 1' M my A E R mt' Mm'-l3?1Mm,,'W"m 'mm ' 1 . , f f -I' X' 'V ' . 1 . Hilti: ,.,,. ff ':r!5sf"'g.- V ERVICE C0 MELVIN G. 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WHITE ist Lieutenant , iPhoto Unobtainablei ERNAULT H. W. HANSON Captain Commanding RICHARD A. KERR STEPHEN F. GANCAR lst Lieutenant ist Lieutenant BOYCE J. BOONE SIGURD O. FAGERLEE ALBERT B, CALDWELL JOHN H. BADGLEY 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant ' n . g . ' N O x, .Q Q-. Q 6 6 1- , .6 Xa 5 'if-1 5 S 'Q 6 4 'Q , Z. , wf A .'f'5fALf5, 51, ., , ' 52574 :fi 'hx m , A., ..' f' ll 1 N Ma.. FQIBMMWN 3 .L aw 5 I N 4. ' 'gif N. 4 il in Q V Vw. Aa.....,6f..5-Lg' M. . gf 4-5--12 gn .1 4 a igQK.. Y gy 1 V . f , Nr A1 'Q MQ! qwwligyl xg Y 'I X k', it , L ' r , , , I " . 5' 'f' ' Q 'S m 3 .3 ' 1 . ., , B Q l D Aj.. .JZWZW fi. ' 4. A 'YMMMWW' M 599' M mm my T 4 " , fi is M Q , A ..r f A -af! ix?" I'-if 4 Q-'ff :gif -f' lr' '. . 'I ', , 1 .L f KT! af- V4 K y w. W x 4. ' 'K L.-f 5 V .. .J ' ,z" - - ' jr: I ..i,,f!A- if ,Q :ii L32 rg 1.121 ,. ,- 4- if f" f Z' fi ' g 4 A 1 Q bf" - 3 '- Q!! ,MEX ff Q- ' , iw , N . 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MARKHAM FRED T, CAUGHRON OREN K. BAIRD 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant - L A A , A CHARLES C. HUNT EDWARD A. KEELING, JR lst Lieutenant ist Lieutenant W! JOHN J. SODY I 2nd Lieutenant A if A Q, A P in: Qi ma 'v 1 H2111 W., 6 f Q94 Hi, A Q 5 , Aw 1 S5334 4 ,. ,. ' , V-, fi Q 6 a. 5151 f MQ f 'o 7 Q lb Q 1-? W'?15"' fb X J, wnvag K I J 'A ytlff ,skid Qi, 1 1 4 - L M as--4'0" ' ,. X orgy mu 'SN 'R 5 'ff "f?if?'f ,VR '41 Z s .mg . , A ' ' -,ul A' 'X WN 4' X4 -ff 2 Jaw? 9324 fy, sTgN3i'H V gfkiiigffi :Q ,'i6ffiT ,gg-' V- ,Q 514' , Y Y .J 5 " -ur- 4 A w 1. ,Y Q , ,LAW t , 9, 5 sf A die. 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P' X , 4 . 1 if f25545iSF,,5:.1 xrwvev x 'V K ' y WL' 1 . . X NTM-v1 L ' L U M ' V x 1 Y A C? 'QQ "Carbine Operator" iabovel. The "eyes" offthe Artillery irightl. A-1 J- 5:-fav I if ,Wi lathe Base point has been identified .... Survey team prepares data ftop Ieftl . . . Fire direction plots data and reports range and deflection ftop right! .... Guns receive commands and fire flower Iefti. 100th DIVISIO ARTILLERY HE RY . HOLT coLoNEL EXECUTIVE OFFICER 'I00th DIVISION ARTILLERY Colonel Henry Winston Holt was born in Staunton, Virginia, on July 4, l896, and attended the Virginia Military Institute until he received an appointment to the United States Military Academy. Upon his gradua- tion from West Point in l9l8, he was commissioned a Second Lieutenant of Field Artillery and assigned to the l6th Division. After the Armistice of World War I, he was sent to Coblenz, Germany, as part of the Army of Occupation, and on August 22, l9l9, was promoted to First Lieutenant. Upon returning to the United States he had two ROTC details at the Virginia Military Institute and the University of Chicago, and later joined the faculty of the United States Military Academy. He was assigned to the llth Field Artillery in Hawaii and then returned to join the 7th Cavalry Brigade, Mechanized. On August I, I933, he was promoted to Captain. Assignments with the lst and 4th Armored Divi- sions followed, and he later was transferred to the Armored Force School, where he served as an instructor in tactics. On April l8, l940, he was promoted to Major and went on to serve on the Field Artillery Board. On August 2l, I942, he was promoted to Lieutenant Colonel, and in October, I942, he was assigned to the lOOth Division as executive officer of Division Artillery. He was promoted to Colonel on November 30, I942. LEO V. FERCHTNER 100th DI I I0 ARTILLERY MEDICAL DETACHMENT Major Division Artillery Surgeon HARRY GRODZICKER KENNETH PRINCE AARON HYMAN CHARLES BOVE Captain Captain Captain Captain 100th DIVISION ARTILLERY LIAISON SECTION loom Divig ion Artillery Liaison P RAYMOND H. MURPHY Captain 100 th D' ' - A :vision Artilyery Liois ilots I on Gl'0Lmd Crew 100th DI I I0 ARTILLERY T A FF JOHN W. IRELAND, JR. J. ROY KATZ THOMAS G. KEITHLY Major Major Major S-I S-2 S-3 I P fzgmw... ROBERT O. JOHNSON Captain Mess Officer NEVIN M. SMILEY Ist Lieutenant Assistant S-I, SSO PAUL J. KANE ALBERT W. WRIGHT Ist Lieutenant Captain Chaplain Chaplain MARTIN ZIMMERMAN Ist Lieutenant Assistant S-2 1.3 BRADEN VANDEVENTER, JR. 2nd Lieutenant Aide-de-Camp RICHARD W. KING Captain Assistant S-3 DAVIS PIPER Ist Lieutenant Assistant S-3, Aide-de-Camp HEADQ ARTER AD HEADQ RTER BATTERY 100th DIVISION AIITILLEIIY ,W we fx- ' . JAMES A. ROBINSON ROBERT W. SANDS HARRY E. SAGER 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant Chief Warrant Officer I, Q ROBERT E. SHEARON Captain Commanding JAMES W. WELLS WORTH C. WILSON 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant METEOROLOGICAL SECTION AT WORK I Y NR' Sf 593 'Xl L"5i',,..Q', if' T21 0 xi ,W Q, fn' ., ' W MM, 'SYQF Q 'Hifiib fhwgy, LCJQDW F Q Q f 6 xg! 84 if 1? r 6 ' 0 QQ ' fi M EOODIV 'Q FQ . ., M J 1 jg: 6 Q? we 15 ff if , f Q ' Q 2 Q f A W '?,?b?f 9 imp Fi gi ft 45 A MIIB' fd NP Mm fmqgb ,ml dm 0 VM A M Q M Q f- 1 It x ,I x Q QQDKVA 1X BATTALIO 373l'd FIELD ARTILLERY BATTALION ERNEST A. STEUDING CHARLES W. CHURCHILL CHARLES L. CORNELIUS, JR. Major Captain Captain Executive Officer Assistant Executive Officer S-2 'Uh WILLARD D, ARNOLD EDGAR KNAUFF, JR. JOSEPH W. SMITH Major ist Lieutenant lsr Lieutenant S-3 Assistant S-2 Assistant S-3 ADDISONJR. YEHL LEON GALPERIN SAMUEL FRANKFA'iER Captain lst Lieutenant Warrant Officer fj.g.l Assistant S-3 Liaison Officer Personnel Officer 33rd FIELD ARTILLERY BATTAL10 ALTER H. De LA GE LIEUTENANT COLONEL COMMANDING, 373rd FIELD ARTILLERY Lieutenant Colonel Walter Howard De Lange was born in Denison, Texas, on December 29, 1900, and attended Austin College, Sherman College and Texas A. St M., being graduated from the latter in January, 1923. On January 5, 1923, he was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the Air Corps and served at Brooks Field and Kelly Field, Texas, until 1924. On June 5, 1924, he was transferred to the Field Artillery and assigned to the 12th Field Artillery. On November 1, 1927, he was promoted to First Lieutenant. He attended the Battery Officers' Course in 1928 and was later transferred to the 13th Field Artillery in Hawaii. ln 1932 he was assigned to the 4th Field Artillery, and on August 1, 1935, was promoted to Captain. The following two years were spent as Professor of Military Science and Tactics of the Tampa Public High Schools, Tampa, Florida, and in 1937 he was assigned to the 15th Field Artillery. He was promoted to Major on July 1, 1940, and was transferred to the 31st Field Artillery Regiment of the 7th Division, in May of 1941 he activated and assumed command of the 49th Field Artillery, also of the 7th Division. He was promoted to Lieutenant Colonel on February 1,.1942, and while attending the Division Artillery Course at the Field Artillery School he was assigned to command the 373rd Field Artillery Battalion. On November 15, 1942, he assumed command. , . t .. 791 if al sa Q I v v -1 ' ggi 4 L A 4 A vi G' 1tm':Kgy, Y! 9 712 x""' 'Q V Q i I 6 J 4 I 9 X -hp-.' X , . S. x v I 1 11 5 1 .-- . . eq nv -1, M,,- 1 I K- in - , ,, P u Qs QS., lx an 1 F M W7 .WH ' 973 51. n 'al jg? "T1"3 KM - ' a -. - --mf M ' ' 47 'S 'Maw r V 'S+' fs ff'f ' Q Q A i, , cn' , ., .., H1 if - mf Nw Q- -. M. fiff 5.:.f Q mb fm F I' -..X YJ5 f , , 15,9 N, :QQ I. , iq -3 L . G 3-x 1. liihg, ' f fx .- Y 3 I 4-,4 ' 1 ,f ' 5 ' N Q X K 435' 373l'1l FIELD AETILLEEY EATTALl0N HE DQ ARTER BATTERY l MARSHALL H. ENGLAND JOHN Q. MCQUILTON JOHN J. WALTERS Captain Ist Lieutenant lst Lieutenant COlTIrY1OI'1dil'1g FRANCIS J. GILMAIER lst Lieutenant iPhoto Unobtciinablci PAUL J. AYOTTE HERBERT CHURCH, JR. ROBERT H. WILDS, JR. 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant , fN 'X 1-N, ' f"N ffzfx. , . , , A '- -S.. .nr ., fc. ,x f- v .1 ' I 3' .I "3.l2fQy- .r ,. I' A, A QQ.-4? ff 51' T:fT:','f3 ' nick , A 4k., Y5, v1,Xuxv' . , fgfifsfk 'Ph 'Q' . .tix 5 X' 'FG , "1,,-any X. -vf Q f' 1..:- , . A . ff---1 .'-J' 'f jf , , V "f,.Q5'5'-Wi V" -V 541-3 Niww- ,M .. 1? , . -6 'Ilan' , ,, Q, 4 fn, x mf-X ff ,M ,-1 wp ' , if H YS 'irff A . R, A 4' if W , A 0 E43 Q' Q f S 1 rg' Y vu ,-it Gig. - 1 1 '1 1 ' H' .- X B f wqfnfm .nf mmf W my a ' ' "lun QS f y,,.-. ' - -4,1 . P A-, . I, , ' ii 1 f' f f f , A.. G61 Qi . l X J Y - my 15' ., QIY7 lr- ,xx , -, t Q I V ' " 21:1 -s V 1 ' 1 , , H? , egg ,Wx n 1 M-'M -W iv Q w f ' Q .mx 4 .yr J V v 15,373 av. "' Q' -P 3 5 5312.5 Ei!! 'MN 'K ,ff Aw? 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Q., U ,xn- ,1 'W .Q H. N K A I , M ww, W 2, , ,J .5 Q A , Q-',,,,..vnl ff W' Rvggffl ef f -.q, gy +ff25S?"w N 1 V wa M gin siiiw lf" M f ,gy .. . , Q eg- V ff 5 ' f Q, Ka , I xA 373 "R v 1, L' '9 y N ., ' 151 6 was W ' MX , 1 we f 1 f K' ff? -2 X v .J If 'H I - AK M1 EH if H? A igr L A .Wa ,- 4 uv' lk X X 1 N., ff Conceolment "'-Q.. 5-.5 5 -- -- -ufgw 1 A BATTERY B A 373rd FIELD AHTIIQIQERY llAfl"I'Al,ION ELMER B. LITTRELL CLYDE E. TIMMONS, JR. ROBERT H. SHELHORN, JR. ist Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant GERALD D. LEET Captain Commanding Y 2 ow-"' JOHN C. MCKISSON DEFORD R. SCHWALL 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant f"'ua SH ELTON S. BRIDGES Captain C . 373I'II FIELD AIITIIIIQEIIY IIATTALWN Ommondms ALFRED G. VANDERBECK SAMUEL BOOKBINDER EDWIN C. HIX Ist Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant 4-K0 tx CURTIS B. MODLING SI-IOLAM B. FARBER 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant General Murphy observes his artillery r 0 fx ,s nf 1 x 3 is if Keep ' m I A "spot" inspection .... Mechanics almost crawl into motor of weapons carrier for a roadside inspection .... Vehicles must not be neglected labovel. 1 W! -1 ' f , , , ALL IAOO TH DlVl3lON vt untill FOR ' INSPECTION I Ordnance mechanics are quick to find trouble when a Cl truck tails to run properly .... Vehicles are over- hauled constantly .... Kept in good running condi- tion labovel. Drivers, too, make daily check-ups in order to spot trouble before the damage can increase .... They han- dle their vehicles like their own convertibles back home. ..,.....,,,..,.--f-"" , , 3 fp Ski A: ' 3-'-e-----we, ., had and Daaffe Jew! ' ' 4- .... .-. ....,....- - ' rison. . - - . ' erating In 90" Ordnance YCPUW ffuclsf' Op 14 tmp lettl. - field and combat WO' Preparation fOl' Wrecker of Ordnance Company tows immobile trucks to the shop for repairs. Drivers paint and decorate their own vehicles lrightl. An Infantry Division depends u on P its vehicles and drivers for mobility. ithout good drivers and well- kept vehicles, the chance of the Division getting to the right lac p e at the right time would be slim. , . t-on Ot Motor Pool. SOwDCl?llcer:l2h'elcql?s as driver stands by .RUE good or bad news labovel. IIE. 374th FIELD ARTILLFRY BATTALIO STAFF FLEMSTEAD L. COLEMAN Major Executive Officer MAX W. FOSTER ALLAN R. GREENE CARROLL A. JOHNSTON ALTON G. WILLIAMS Captain Major Ist Lieutenant Captain S-2 S-3 Assistant S-2 Assistant S-3 LOUIS F. GASSON Captain Assistant S-3 I 135 DAVID S. BITTERMAN GENE L. OAKES ARLEY L. OUTLAND Captain Captain Captain Liaison Officer Liaison Officer Liaison Officer JOHN C. GORMAN, JR. DONALD C. BOOTH ERVING G. BERNSTEIN ERWIN W. KRAMER Ist Lieutenant lst Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant Warrant Officer Ij.g.J Special Service Officer Assistant S-3 Assistant S-2 Personnel Adjutant 374th FIELD ARTILLERY BATTALIO I 2 I 1 CLAUDE Nl. LILE LIEUTENANT coLoNEL COMMANDING, 374th FIELD ARTILLERY BATTALION l Lieutenant Colonel Claude Mancil Liles was born in Carbon, Texas, on August 27, 1900, and enlisted in the United States Army on May 23, 1917. He was first assigned to Troop F, lst Texas Cavalry, and later trans- ferred to the 132nd Field Artillery of the 36th Division. At the height of World War I he sailed for France and landed in Brest on August 4, 1918, and returned to the United States in March, 1919. Mustered out of the service in April, 1919, he immediately started upon a successful career in the oil in- dustry. He was commissioned a Second Lieutenant of Field Artillery in the Reserve Corps on October 28, 1929, with the 344th Field Artillery Regiment of the 90th Division. He was promoted to First Lieutenant in December, 1930, and to Captain in December, 1934. On November 4, 1940, he was called to active duty. He helped activate the 53rd Training Battalion and was promoted to Major in May, 1941. After corn- manding the 51st Field Artillery Battalion, he attended the Division Artillery Course at Fort Sill and was pro- l l A 8 1942. In October 1942 he was assigned to the 100th Division as com mated to Lieutenant Co one on ugust , , , - manding officer of the 374th Field Artillery Battalion. q. sg' W- V 'X A-355 Qc: an an 6 iffiff Q'i?' 99-QT QMS flzf 1 A"ia o'? 1 f M nf-f.s,+A9 , S , Q ,f 3 MN A Y ' A t f , , ,445 J A , , , ,su X Q. 'S jf? ffg ,' 4,1 5 A ' M, 'ix ff, 2 an MM M AQM M35 taxwfs M mf M A'-Mf' 3 . . 'N 'sn ,ff , Ngff'-5 fl 3 'fi mg r - ...zliia 1 ,yn lf .ai if fr F52 ff Z Q AI, A ' gf ' Lf 9 5 if W M , ' 1 1" -J. ' 2 a 1 f' ' F Jef , ', ? f Q? . Q " 4 ,f , f 4, , A I . , . Y x ' A',. . 7 6' A Q W mm mb MN mmf' '-'- "' fm mis' 'M M. .' .W MN' 'f'fUa0v"""""""""-1 2 r ' if , A' , f " 4 W" 5-VW' , i ff? If 4 , ' Q Vx ,Ji ,-Y. ,I V5 41, Nihw K 'K A Q: 2 f , , 2 ' 1 ff' " . 53 n ,...,.. 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M MM A A Q an -.........., ,.. ,. .. ..A,...,....,.....,....,.n.. -ni' -A GEORGE A. GOSS, JR. LANGHORNE H. MEEM WILLIAM E. PERRY, JR. A lst Lieutenant lst Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant EHVICE BATTERY Captain Commanding 374th FIEIJP AHTILLERY 3 I if BATTALION TOMORROW'S BREAKFAST li! N xss" - "M X Aff Z5 Q, - ,E ' -...,, 'WN .M im 'mr U 'ww W A I Y i"'l755MMM-'ww . 1-'42 5 . 4 K 'sqm Q , 4 ,N , we-aug! wh . gk :T ht' f . ,qw 3 A 8,4 W . .1 M in '7' W 'W' Q' 4 mm J? yn. fi ,wf i +f , . , 2.7:-f H K p 1, , . .J R !'Qh,, nfl W' , . . fl 2 1 0 ' J +L W """'fL, my ,? IZ ? ' A V "f'w.T:7fm'w' 3 ,k,:"K , M s wx ,A . 1 L 1 ,, " 5 . .. , , ww M ., Q M ,"'.ZfJZ'!l'ur I W f' I W f. H ' A WW ,,.A ,1 in X lx w R 'Y X ' M o A, b-Yx Q ..."'4 K fi. div I , . ? M x if J! Q , r 1 'fy 5-.:. if-ga. .-na F., , f -sm-m ' " ,fn V W Y I ,Af-S Lg' ' u dv Vw ' ' gf 'K ' ' 'Y , ' ik, ' ' . f . yn- wx.. .x S w 5- ,15 ,, ...ix . X we X I W , , ' . ,., 1 H' X vw i W 'xx vw! f H ff! " 3' 3 . ' ff W ,1 V 'P-fn g M A 4 P My . 'wir' ROBERT G. LIND Captain Commanding HENRY G. JACKSON, JR. HARRY C. ZURMEHLY 2nd Lieutenant ' 2nd Lieutenant 374th FIELD AIITILLEIIY IIATTAIIIIN JOHN R. DETGEN Ist Lieutenant WILLIAM H. DODSON 2nd Lieutenant MOVING IN! ffl! itz, vim' x A lm, V 1 w ' ing .sm 'V W- 1 5912 fi E t' 'Q f . , . ,, . 4 Q ,V -Q G... -' "". WJ f M, ,, -7 gf. 4 , W' QV W' . 'X .Af 1 151- ff? A 2 f In , Q , K , ,M t .J A I 5 Q ,'L, E 4' i M A1 WM , ,, fr . 'Q Q W N W Y f-.4 K M .. at , k f-A A f , ww., Q I rw, ' ,, X M ,t Vw 55,11 K J Y W ,M 0 ' ,135- I , .., Xl '-"'- dnb M! ,MM 452 1' .Y M N mx mp MX . . Tlli - f fn ,Q f .Lgmf M .H ' 0 721,-'-Ni, WM, , Q.: ,Q 'M 7, ,RTW ,Q X, 5 .' .N A ly I NU M WV? M Y M 42- ,,,-1 A qglw FIELD AII.'I'II,IiEII.Y IIA'I"I'A ELI I. FISHPAW Ist Lieutenant IIIIIN WALTER A. HENSON Ist Lieutenant Commanding WALTER R. MCGUIRE FRANK A. CALDWELL WILLIAM C. EMERSON JOHN S. HAYES 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant DISMOUNTING FOR ACTION! I f l r 374th FIELD ARTILLERY BATTALION FRANKLIN J. WORTH ANTHONY S. CHRISTOBEK CYRIL J. DERRICK CUPTUWI 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant COmmCll'1dlY'Ig CHARLES V. COLISON ROBERT D. SMITH ROY C. HANSON FRANK C. BELITSKY lst Lieutenant lst Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant I Mir-at iff X T A' ' fd' Q Preparing "Metro" messog Plotting torgef Ctop righfl. "Battery odjust!" fcenferl. Lioison pilots report frighfl. ,vl- M e ffop left Radio Section plciys im portont port in function Ml of the Artillery lrigntl. Fire direction computor sends down commands to tiring botteries llettl. "On the woyl" 155 mm, recoils, sending 96 pounds of destruction on 'forget lbelowl. , l dir? Aly J . ytfsmf ? SAST! L, K My . QM' A X ' V iw- ,iw 1 of . Q 'naw -2 ' """"w' .ai HM' ' 3 ' 'film 1 ,fr in 'E jg' " , W K . 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SMITH Major lst Lieutenant Captain Executive Officer S-2 S-3 JOHN S. EDWARDS, JR. PRENTICE R. WATTS WILLIAM J. SINGER JOHN O. DURLING Captain 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant Warrant Officer Ii.g.J Assistant S-3 Assistant S-3 Personnel Officer WM. L. GODDARD, JR. BENJAMIN F. KUMP KEITH SHERMAN KENNETH C. PARMAN Captain Captain 2nd Lieutenant Captain Liaison Officer Liaison Officer Liaison Officer Special Service Officer 75th FIELD ARTILLERY BATTALIO RAY 0 D RE 0LA Mimi: COMMANDING, 375th FIELD ARTILLERY ' Providence Rhode lsland on November I7, l9l6, and attended Brown University Major Raymond Renola was born in , , for two years before he received an appointment to the United States Military Academy in i936. He was graduated from West ' ' S nd Lieutenant of Field Artillery. Point in l94O and commissioned a eco A 'll Battalion of the 2nd Division he was later transferred to the 47th Field Artillery Assigned first to the l5th Field rt: ery , Ma 1941 In October l94l he was promoted to First Lieutenant, and in February, I942, after Regiment at Fort Bragg in y, . , I ied the 47th Field Artillery Battalion to Fort Sill, where he was promoted to Captain his regiment was broken up, he accompan d 'n the same month. He graduated from the Division Artillery Staff and Command Course in September, 1942. uri g In October, I942, he joined the l0Oth Division as executive officer of the 375th Field Artillery Battalion, and in No- vember, i942, he was promoted to Major. In October, l943, he attended the Officers' Advanced Course at the Field Artillery f h 375th Field Artillery Battalion. School, a nd in January, I944, he assumed command o t e N-Q-fl I -1 r I A PJ. I 44 i 'aww W I ' I -iw 1. I n J i 'Wi' JOE J. ROBINETT, JR. BASIL L. SEIGNEUR JOHN D. JONES WILLIAM H. MUIR I Ist Lieutenant Ist Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant JOHN A. CISSEL, JR Captain Commanding . ,, 'ar 1' I. 375th FIELD AIITIIIIIEIIY IIA'I'TALION I Q.. Qi Y BATTERY ' EDGAR POWELL BRAMBLE ROBBINS LAYING BATTERY COMMUNICATIONS LINES 2nd Licutenont 2nd Lieutenant f"f'i4W .qw ..--va-7, .D - . A , ' 1"9,.. I - I, ,. " A , .-,An . L " . - M, sv- ,, . V, A M ,.. 4, ,ww , 'T 'U' f' A . .,4o. ' gtwbvifi I 14.-.,,,...' ' A . . .F -,r ,-1 :rw X .Ju6?2'y'?, .4..Juy'1-ww .,. V 9 wriffift CARL V. LOGGANS Ist Lieutenant THOMAS F. ROBINSON, JR. 'Ist Lieutenant iii JOHN R. MCCRACKEN 2nd Lieutenant tt ln-ff iA:jQ."fFy ff it f-It 'H 3 cv OB .nw .,.,,,. .. put EIIVICE BATTERY 375th FIELD AIITILLEIIY BATTALION HOWARD S. YOST MICHAEL LUCAS PAUL L. HYDE Captain Commanding 2nd Lieutenant Chief Warrant Officer TAYLOR M. GARNER 2nd Lieutenant iPhoto Unobtainablei DIVISION LIAISON PLANES IN ACTION C-URNEE H. BARRETT, JR. Q Captain Commanding 375th FIELD ARTILLERY BATTALION lit X 4 N,-su. 44o,f' -. f . 4464 'Aff v.."'1. . X 1 X Me? Ab qs, .. ac f 1' JUDSON P. BROGDON THEODORE PEARSON WILLIAM BYL DAVID O. HAGERMAN Ist Lieutenant Ist Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant . 'YS K X "" 'Q WW NIGHT FIRING 375th FIELD AIITILLEIIY IIATTAIIION DAVID B. INGRAM HUGO J. KUMMER ALLEN E. GRUBBS, JR. Ist Lieutenant Ist Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant 4-45125 ' A I JOHN P. STAMAN, JR. Captain Commanding JOSEPH C. MARONEY FORREST D. SHARPE 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant THE GENERAL CHECKS DIRECTION OF FIRE ,,? vs . X , ' i Maru- 3 4 ,,, 5 " ,V I 'A ,M 'N ,M-s., ... .N H fr- Av 'f Q 4 ' Q I Y , I , Q 1 , . h gn , Q-Qu , , v V f ' Q W' Y J, uni ,cv -, : 'lf' K ' ' - in v 3 A ,, . . 4 3, - - , . . V V, A , I 1 4 . 57 'f Q9 'QU :gi ' Q A 5 O Q I N" A 'A if Q is ' ' 1 Q 4 4 4 VV 6 f 'J ' X A W . . , , S . fi? ' R, L ' . c N ' I M ufhfff ' 'A PC - X 1 ' L. . . 1 5 Q- -f ' , 24 will A 4 Q f. If ' nur! 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'-Q... 1 Blaakie's" blesse d event lleftl. l lxx BATT LIO TAFI? TED H. CORRY FRANCIS M. GANEY HARRY M. FEIGIN Major Captain Major Executive Officer S-2 S-3 JONATHAN F. SMITH MILTON R. BEYCHOK CARL G. DAHLBERG EDWARD V. SNYDER Ist Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant Captain Warrant Officer Ij.g.I Assistant S-2 Assistant S-3 Assistant S-3 Personnel Officer ROBERT R. PARKS ROY A. ASHBROOK DARYL W. FREDERICK MILTON A. EDDY MYLES H. GEER Captain Captain Captain ' Captain 2nd Lieutenant Liaison Officer Liaison Officer Liaison Officer Special Service Officer Liaison Officer T. 925th FIELD ARTILLERY BATTALIO EDGAR A. CLARKE LIEUTENANT COLONEL COMMANDING, 925th FIELD ARTILLERY Lieutenant Colonel Edgar A. Clarke was born in Osawatomie, Kansas, on August 30, 1912, and entered the United 935 d S d L' ut ant States Military Academy in 1931. He was graduated from West Point on June 12, 1 , commissione a econ I6 en of Field Artillery and assigned to the 15th Field Artillery at Fort Sam Houston, Texas. He was transferred to Fort Winfield Scott, California, and on June 12, 1938, he was promoted to First Lieutenant. He served for a year and nine months at Schofield Barracks, Hawaii, and in September, 1940, he attended the Field Artillery b 9 1940 he was romoted to Captain, After serving at Fort Hoyle, Maryland, he was os- Regular Course. On Septem er , , p signed to the Field Artillery Field Officers' Course in June, 1942, and during the same month he was promoted to Mayor. On October 10, 1942, he was assigned to the 100th Division as executive officer of the 374th Field Artillery Battalion f I tin the Division Artillery Officers' Course On June 6, 1943, he was assigned to the 925th Field Artillery as a ter comp e g - Battalion Commander, and was promoted to Lieutenant Colonel on October 11, 1943. M Q . 3 , .gqgi A in ' ' :S 45, dbxmih 4'-4 Q1 mm FM' mn A Q 5 y I f J , 9253 ly' . 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SOARES ist Lieutenant ist Lieutenant JZ., A '- , ,337 44450 X gdgf..-Q.: W M!" Ah I 4 i JOHN C. SPEEDY, JR. HOWARD W. HEGGEM CLARENCE L. LARKIN 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant Chief Warrant Officer --.of A--f '- 'Inv 1 F i 1 N i , 1 I s K 1 'H- ww- , Q4 BATTERY .925lh FIELII AIITIIILEIIY IIATTALION Ia' Il fb ROY V. LI ND Captain Commanding FRED M. AULD I WILLIAM C. DINEEN HENRY G. MURPHY Ist Lieutenant Ist Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant ELLIS D. HILL JAMES H. TURNER 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant ...L .. O ON TH E TARGET I,...,...........--.......,...7 .... AUSTIN A, CARUSO ROLAND E. HUTCHINSON JAMES A. BALDWIN TERRENCE R QUINN 2nd Lieutenant Ist Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant Ist Lieutenant MISS EDWIN H. FISHER 2nd Lieutenant ION ACCO MPLISHED DAVID S. LOURIA 2nd Lieutenant KA, ,..., fat I M5 " L I MILES B. PHILLIPS 2nd Lieutenant 925th FIELD ARTILLERY BATTALION DOUGLAS F. KRAFT Captain Commanding . 1 I LI.. E-ill. . I. ROLLAND H. MANN STEPHEN L. MCMILLAN JACK W. TYNES 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant VX In I BATTERY ,A 925th FIIILII AII'I'IIiI,EIIY IIA'I"I'AI.l0N GLENN LIVINGSTON THOMAS E. MCCANN MATHEW J. BARNES Ist Lieutenant Ist Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant ABB CHRIETZBERG Captain Commanding GEORGE W. WATCHER 2nd Lieutenant IPhoto Unobtainablei RECEIVING THE COLORS W " ' , Y in 'In gk fr! , mf V41 1. . M nf Q 9 W v:g,,,2, , ,, We ? 1- ,.,.-. ,mf Q30 M MUN" .uw W Cl -. .4 M N jf w. 'll s o I QNX ,Q , 2: .. - Q ' Q i vp... Enlisted men's section ot the lOOth Division stockade staff labovel. E ti Replacements arrive . . . ready for Infantry training . . . to fill the places of those who have gone to war! Century Dkvis-Kon's top unit newspop ' ll GY 110061 Skgncd Cofs "Cuxdon f Kobove rkghh sents staff ltop Neftl . . . C-en. Burress pre- with winning certificates n 1, A- 1 I ,F 1:5 A,Lmg:f.7,vAr CCH. 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On the defense JV Y I... I-,,,,.., xv,'.k!. VQ., I ,4,1.:.4 ,JJ fm 'Y H-11 EL 'L l mb, ffln gg fx . . . Across the Cumberland. . . . Roms cmd -R M' l,,, S, A., IIIA ,L'N -- :.w7,3,5 .4...1v - - l A -.,,. in ulll at lhhv mud . . . lots of mud. L5 'eu ..,, V 5 ,-rg' 1 1 ,. , : 11 Wwhm, f MQ . ff.:-,mf At twilight . . Doughboy stops for chat with interest- ing Tennessee neighbor Ctopl. ilight . , . l-le the horizon . . . Searching for the "Blue" enemy lbelowl. At tw observes s 146 da. . R I I I oaming through Lebanon, Gallatin, Nash- ville .... The fried chicken at the farmhouse on the hill .... Showers whenever and wher- ever possible .... Maneuvers .... Great mem- ories--but trying days .... Dirty, wrinkled ODS .... The "Sad Sacks" at the Nashville "Y" dances on Saturday .... Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's .... Conquests of emotionsl R the shoes or uniform- No matter how dirty the rifle must be kept cleon Ctop Iefti. Our friends, the pigs .... 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"ffm, ' 1 ' j'X h a i" 'ffgxbk " X. lSg5fZ.!f1'I, 0 .5 --4- 5-I ""' I H" Huff XM,-,-,gjjf-..K. I ff 1 !Q7'.,,1:l5if A ,,,.jp"' P 'fx " ':-f'j55:'fC- ' :'f"'f .ww - --NV ,. .,--. N-'W ry, Jr' JL .'."ff"fL1 ...1, . J , - -, a,....,.,,,,.f ,,.id:.,,. An X Into the borrocks they trudgc .... Field-weory troops reoch the goal they sforted to dream obout .... Looded borrocks bogs .... Muddy clothes. . . . Plenty 'ro do .... Clod to bc bocld .,.-,,...,...,.-.W-r-,--7--v- X I Team play . . . Winning spirit , . . Two important attributes that make for a successful team--both in combat and on th e field of friendly strife . . . The athletic record of the Century Division boasts of both of these Fort Jackson cham ion- . . . p ships in basketball, baseball, softball and swimming . . . A runner-up spot in the Columbia, S. C., Servicernen's League. . . , The Fart Bragg basketball championship . . . Perhaps even greater victories tomorrow! , .f ,. ""f+ I 'JA ff - ' . 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