US Army Training Center - Yearbook (Fort Carson, CO)

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I . .A Q Q . . M' Ve: . H 3. 4 A .,, Y . 66- 9171 In fantry Plillzflbll Fort L'arson, L' I d Hjgdih' O . ,w ,c him y Q MWM3' 1 2 :LQ 0 ' K., f ,fm 'Wi Q My naw Maj, Gen, Harry P, Storke, 5l, is a native of Baltimore, and was graduated from the U. S, Military Academy at West Point, N, Y, in 1926, His first Army assignments were with the 2d and 16th Field Artillery Regiments at Fort Bragg, N, C, He then entered the Field Artillery School at Ft, Sill, 0kla,, from which he graduated in 1931. , In 1934, he became assistant professor 'of military science and tactics at Iowa State College in Ames, In 1938, he was assigned to the 17th Field Artillery Regi- ment at Bragg and a year later became an instructor in the English departments at West Point. 3 After the start of World War II, Gen, iStorke reported overseas to the II Corps, iwith which he served in Sicily and Italy as artillery commander, Later he was named deputy chief of staff of the Il Corps in Italy, and then Chief of Staff of the Vienna, Austria Area Command, Finally he was named deputy Vienna Area commander for military govermnent, Gen, Storke became artillery officer of the First Army at Governors Island, N, Y,, in 1946, and deputy chief of staff for .operations of the First Army in 1947. He entered the National War College in 1947, graduating in 1948, Then he be- came assistant to the director of the joint Staff, Office of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, In 1949, he was named a member of the staff of the Standing Group of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, and in 1950 executive of the U, S, Deputy Representa- tive of the NATO standing group, In 1951, Gen, Storke was appointed commander of the III Corps Artillery at Ft, Lewis, Wash., and soon thereafter was given the additional duty of deputy camp commander and chief of staff at Camp 'Desert Rock, Nev,, test site of the Atomic Energy Commission. In 1952, the general was designated director of the spring exercises fDesert Rock IVJ and commander of Camp De- sert Rock, He left this assignment after the eighth atomic explosion at the Nevada test site, and went to the new station of the III Corps Artillery at Ft, MacArthur, California, After a short appointment as acting commander of the III Corps he returned ,to 'Eufrope to become deputy joint chief of staff for operations of the newly formed LU, S, European Command until being named commander of the lst Division Artillery, Gen, Storke became assistant chief of staff for logistics at Headquarters, U, S, Army Europe, in 1954, and served in that capacity until becoming commander of the 9th Infantry Division, ' Among his awards and decorations are Legion of Merit, Bronze Star medal and Army commendation ribbon, N 1 HEADQUARTERS 9th INFANTRY DIVISION Office of the Commanding General Fort Carson, Colorado You are now members of the finest military team in history - - the United States Army - a team which won liberty for the Ameri- can people and has successfully def-ended that liberty ever since. Through the training which you have received here at Fort Car- son you have come a long way in fulfilling your obligation of citizenship by becoming a superior soldier on this superior team. You have spent long hours becoming skilled in doing the things that every good soldier must know how to do, You have worked extremely hard at the many basic tasks in which a superior soldier is expert. Your splendid spirit and rapidly acquired professional ability have earned for the 9th Infantry Division the high praise of visitors and inspectors alike. I commend you for your effort and enthusiasm and urge you to continue, wherever you may go. whatever your assignment may be. to serve at this same high level of efficiency and morale. To each soldier of you: good luck. Yfpffvmmt H. P. STORKE Major General, USA Commanding Brigadier General JOSEPH B. CRAWFORD Assistant Division Commander 9th Infantry Division silfzgffz: S V was W Q. . '?ki?E1f5i'?i' iii 5?-Si X, M9325 '??"'ikf. " ,, WL. ,R Wivassis 5 Q rv Mm Z-Q 6 , Vfkl'w: ' um ' A f 5 1' -' --s5'.a5:sl':.E:: Y 1: ,1"'JQ::f::'5Sf:f r K i M - A -zfkfii'-A V V - - '-'- 1. N ff - fl: UL "1 , ' 7!51'7:i3.:L5IE,f EL1' .. . . 1 W e5if2,1ei1sfn ff k , I 3 A 4 ' -, f mi, fffkfory of fire 91W Dfiflklbn - - "Me 0la' Rehhblesu Morocco . Tunisia , Sicily . Normandy St. Lo Rhur Pocket To the soldiers of the 9th Infantry Division these names are as real as the steel-grey of the guns they shoulder. For these names comprise the for- midable record of the 9th - the Old Reliable, The men in this division may not have fought these battles, but you can be sure they know the story of troops which battered and hammered their wav across the sands of Africa, the hills of Sicily and into the hordes of enemv defenders on the European continent during SVorld War II. In July, 1936 the 9th Division celebrated its 38th anniversary as a "combat- readv combat-proven team". Its history stretches back to july 1918 at Camp Sheridan, Ala, when present units of the 9th saw action during YVorld Har I campaigns. The 39th Infantry. the Falcons. saw action on the battlefields of France as they joined in the Aisne-Nlarne offensive which proved to be the turning point of WYYI and eventually cleared the wav for Allied victory. The whole division was reactivated on August 1, 1940, and began training for its YVorld IVar II role at ft. Bragg, N. C. Elements of the 9th began leaving for the North African Theater of Operation in late 1942. Major combat achievements include spearheading the invasion of North Africa and Sicily, cutting off the Cotentin Peninsula in France and reducing the Ruhr Pocket. The Division was the first across the Rhine. The Old Reliables first went into action on November 8, 1942, when the 39th 'Regimental Combat Team landed at Algiers, the 47th Team hit the beach at Safi, Morocco and the 60th smashed into the beach at Port Lyautey, Morrocco. While the 60th was fighting at Maknassy, Tunisia, the remainder of the Division moved to El Guettar, attacking the enemy on the Gafsa-Gabes axis in order to relieve pressure on British forces to the south. In following weeks, the Division continued its steady drive toward Bizerte, On May 7, 1943, its troops rolled through the city to mop up final resistance in Tunisia. Next came Sicily, where, on August 9, it went into action at Troina. Three days lat-er, one element had reached Floresta and another had occupied Badazzo, keypoint of the enemy's last defense before Messina. The Divisio11 remained in position until August 20, when it was officially announced that the enemy had been defeated in Sicily. Leaving the island in November of 1943, the 9th went to England to train for the invasion of France, landing in Normandy on D-Day, june 6. The 39th saw action first, capturing Quinneville. Following that the Divi- sion drove across the Dueve River, reaching the east coast near St. Lo, D'Ourville and Barneville on june 17. Through the 9th's efforts, the Cotentin Peninsula had been cut off. Next the Division turned north toward Cherbourg, seizing Octeville and capturing the senior army and navy commander of the Cherbourg area. By July 1, the Division had cleaned up the Cap de la Hague, Later that month, it spearheaded the St. Lo breakthrough and joined the chase which closed the Falaise Gap. Swinging eastward, the 9th moved across the Seine at Meluen to Chateau- Thierry and, on September 2, 1944, laid claim to being the first allied unil to begin the liberation of Belgium when a unit entered Momignies. On September 5, the Old Reliables crossed the Meuse River and entered Germany south of Toetgen. The months of October and November wen spent battling! through Saarlautern and hammering the German forces. A hard battle was fought near Aachen before the winter offensive or Monsehau Forest. After relieving the 99th Division, the 9th beat back the enemy's major effor in that sector. March 1945 found the Old Reliables helping the lst Division mopping up resistance in Bonn. Later that month the 9th was one of the first divisions in the Remagen bridgehead area-crossing the Wied River near Hopper. The next month it surged forward again, cutting the Cologne-Frankfurt autobahn at several points and taking the walled city of Zulpich. In per- haps its greatest test of driving power, the 9th successfully reduced the Ruhr Pocket, The 9th moved into the line and thwarted a major Germany attempt to break through the pocket which had bottled up thousands of enemy troops. The Division worked constantly on shrinking the Ruhr Pocket in the closing days of the war, freeing 900 slave laborers from five countries with the capture of Sinu on the Dill River. The 9th was assigned to Ingolstadt, Germany, at war's end. Among the awards and decorations awarded to individual soldiers we five Congressional Medals of Honor, 66 Distinguished Service Crosses, 1 Legion of Merit, one Distinguished Flying Cross, 1855 Silver Stars: 2- Bronze Stars for heroismg 3570 Bronze stars for meritorious service and l Air Medals. Duing the course of the campaigns of World War II, the 9th Infan Division suffered 4581 personnel killed in action, 16,961 wounded in act. and 750 missing in action. During the war, the 9th captured approximately 130,000 prisoners. Distinguished unit citations were awarded the lst Battalion of the 39th for action on June 28, 1944, near St. Jacques de Nehoug the 2nd Batttalion of the 39th for action july 11 and 12 at Le Desert, France, the 2nd Batta- lion of the 47th for action june 21 to 26, 1944, at Cherbourg, France, and the 3rd Battalion of the 47th for action during its drive on Cherbourg and the Hague Peninsula from june 21 to 26, 1944. The 9f!1 Dl'Vl3'lbll Today The Mllvslbn - fralhlhg The 9th Infantry Division's basic combat training mission is manifold. It required the undivided attention and cooperation from the trainee as well as an unprecedented attention to duty by the cadre instructors. The primary objective of the training program is to develop a superior trainee-graduate, well grounded in all phases of the in- struction received, and well prepared for efficient and honorable service as a soldier. The basic combat training program is highly concentrated and carefully developed to train a skilled soldier in the Atomic Age. The course of instruction covers 36 major subjects - from map reading to machine gun firing - all are important to the modern fighting man. The training is divided into eight 44-hour segments for a total of 372 combat training hours. In addition, each trainee receives a 20-hour period of instruction and orientation prior to commenc- ing the combat training. Major emphasis is on complete mastery of the M-1 rifle, basic weapon of the infantry soldier. A total of 86 hours of instruction and training - including the entire third week - is devoted exclusive- ly to the NI-l rifle. Thirty-nine hours are spent on physical conditioning and dis- mounted drill. Squad tactical training is taught for 16 hours. Six- teen hours are spent in familiarization and firing of the light machine gun. During the seventh week the trainees are taken into the field for a bivouac. While in bivouac, instruction is given in technique of fire, squad tactical training, firing of the rocket launcher, and running of the close combat indoctrination course. Among the other subjects occupying the busy trainees during the two month training cycle are carbine firing, night firing and night vision, bayonet drill, guard duty, first aid, camouflage and concealment, battle indoctrination, map reading and use of the compass, signal communications, inspections, code of conduct and military justice, to name but a few. Three tests are given during the cycle to evaluate the ef- fectiveness of the training and the progress made by individual trainees. Included are two hour physical training tests and a final proficiency test in general subjects and weapons firing. The liring of required courses with individual and crew-served weapons. in effect. constitute practical tests. All instruction at Fort Carson is conducted by carefully selected and well-qualified instructors. For the most part. these men are combat veterans of the Korean YVar. many of them saw action in YVorld YVar Il. The training system stresses that personal contact between the instructors and the trainee will foster a better understanding of the mutual problems of each. Often during the evening hours. the squad leader can be found in informal "bull sessions" with mem- bers of his squad. Company commanders and platoon leaders are available to answer the trainees questions and to give guidance on any problem he mav be confronted with. Since all instruction is conducted by the cadre, they must be well-grounded in all phases of military instruction. They know that if their men have the right equipment and assimilate the instruc- tion, they would, if necessary, be able to take their unit into combat. They are given responsibility and authority commensurate with their position and thus develop leadership and command ability. A most important objective of the training program is the devel- opment of esprit de corps and team spirit. The program is de- signed to produce in the trainee a sense of identification with his unity a sense of belonging. This is accomplished by keeping the unit together during the entire training period. Competition be- tween units is encouraged and the trainee is taught pride in self and unit. Everyone from the Commanding General to the individual squad leader is dedicated to the task of seeing that the individual trainee receives the best of instruction and leaves Fort Carson a superior trainee - graduate. The trainee is also called upon to do his part to the very best of his ability. If the trainee applies himself diligently and learns well the lessons taught he will look back on his Fort Carson service as a most rewarding period. He will leave Fort Carson with the conviction that he has been a worthy member of the finest group of soldiers in the world - - a member of the 9th Infantry Division. "An Old Reliable." Forf I CA RSCN Fort Carson S' freasured One month after Pearl Harbor, ground was broken on the site that was to become known as Camp Carson. The reservation, 16 miles long, north and south. and varying in width from two to seven miles east and west, consisted of rolling Colorado prairie hugging the Rocky Nlountains. Dotted about the approximate 60,000 acres were grazing catt e and prairie dogs. The ground was originally purchased by the city ofColorado Springs and sold to the government lor SS1. ln honor of the region's almost legend- ary hero, the camp was named after Brig. Gen. Christopher Carson, better known as Kit Carson. In May, 1942, Col. Willird M. Blunt accepted a group of headquar- ters and service buildings in the still-unfinished post and Camp Carson was oflicially on the map as an Army installation. Two days later, Mai. Cen. NY. ll. Gill arrived with a group of ollicers who set up the organization and, on .july 15, 1942, activated the 89th Division. Originally chosen by the Army because of its ideal training location -- due to the topog- raphy and weather - Camp Carson was to serve as training headquarters lor two more di- visions, the 71st and the 104th, in addition to numerous smaller units. These included mule packers, engineers, NVAC's, tank battalions, decontamination units, airborne engineers, and mountain troops. All told, 104,165 men trained at Carson in the World War Il period. While the troops were busy fighting the war, the Carson Hospital Center, which was at one time the largest in the country with over 9,000 patients, was busy helping wounded men to regain their health. During the Battle of the Bulge, hundreds of wounded were llown di- rectly from Europe. W'ith a 1,000 bed capacity and ll square miles of floor space, the hospital has treated nearly 60,000 patients since 1942. l.ate in the war, trainees dwindled and were replaced by German prisoners, 10,000 of whom were guarded at Carson. After the war, the post became the summer home for mountain troops who wintered near the ski slopes at Camp Hale, a sub-unit of Camp Carson located 150 miles away, near Leadville, high in the Rockies. The 39th and then the 14th Regimental Combat Teams took over during that period. At the same time, the 4th Field Artillery Battalion fljackj continued its training with mules. The invasion of Korea saw hundreds of soldiers leave for the Far East, while thousands more poured in for basic training. The 14th was changed to a training unit and the 196th Regimental Combat Team was brought in for training before moving to Alaska. The 313th Engineer Construction Group soon arrived, and the 40th Field Artillery Group was formed early in 1951. During the Korean War period, Camp Carson was commanded by Brig Gen. Walter W. Hess,jr., and then, after his retirement, by Brig. Gen. George V. Keyser. After the retire- ment of Gen. Hess and prior to the arrival of Gen. Keyser, the post was commanded by Col. Edward L. Strohbehn. By this time the capital value of the post had risen to 91931000 dollars. In July, 1951, a Separation Center was established on the post. Since then more than 1-7,000 enlisted reservists, national guardsmen and draftees have been separated from the service, and an additional 3,000 men, rotated from the combat zone, have been reassigned through the center. The Korean War also fostered the establishment ofa Blood Donor Center at the U. S. Army Hospital in September, 1951. Voluntary donations from troops stationed on the post and by civilians through the Colorado Springs chapter of the American Red Cross accounted for more than 11,500 pints of blood for use in Korea. The summer of 1951 also marked the departure of the 196th Regimental Combat Team, a South Dakota National Guard unit-, for Alaska where it participated in Operation 'fTotem Polef, In addition, the 14th Infantry Regiment, less personnel and equipment, was trans- ferred to the Far East Command, and former members of the 14th were assigned to the newly activated 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment. During that year, Camp Carson played a major role in the rehabilitation of Ft. Riley, Kansas, which suffered an estimated 157,000,000 in flood damage. Also in August, 1951, "The Herlrage Korean Story" was filmed at Camp Carson. In the spring of 1951 a five year revegetation pro- gram was undertaken for the rehabilitation and the recstablishment of 5,000 acres of ground used by the military installation. Since the Korean War started, 37,222 men have trained at Camp Carson. Almost 150,000 men have been processed through the Separation Center. During 1952 and 1953, major units stationed at Camp Carson included the 5022 ASU Scpeeial Troops, 40th Field Artillery Group, l lth Armored Cavalry Regiment, 313th Engineer 'onstruetion Group, U. Army Hospital, Mountain and Cold 1Neather Training Command, and the Army Dog Train- ing Center. In the winter and spring of 1954, Camp Hale, Carso'n's sub-unit, was the scene of the Army's annual winter exercise. llntitled f'Operation Skijumpf' the exercise included use of the 511th Airborne Regiment from Ft. Campbell, Ky. Valuable information on winter war- fare and the testing of equipment was gained from the exercise. Early in 19.34, the 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment was ordered moved to l"t. Knox, along with the 547th Field Artillery Battalion. At the same time, the 537th Field Artil- lery Battalion was ordered to Ft. Sill, Ukla. Ky., With the closing of Camp Atterbury. Indiana, due to an economy move, the 31st Infan- try "Dixie" Division was transferred by rail, truck and private auto, to Camp Carson. Maj. Gen. llarryul. Collins, commander of the "Dixie" Division, was made commander of Camp Carson replacing Brig. Gen. Keyser, who retired. Redesignation ceremonies injune. 1934 converted the iilst Division to the Eighth In- fantry Division. Colors of the 8th were moved to Carson and the 31st was returned to Nation- al Guard status. Camp Carson officially became a Fort and a permanent installation in August, 1954 with redesignation retroactive tojuly 1. Gen. Collins who retired in August was succeeded by Maj. Gen. Thomas L. Harrold who left Carson in September to command the III Corps at Fort Hood. Texas. Brig. Gen. Thomas L. Sherburne assumed command of the mile-high post until a month later when Maj. Gen. john G. Van Houten came from Germany to become its commanding general, assi gm INF 7-- w - --,-W? 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In this area there is the mighty Pikes Peak, towering more than 14,000 feet, it can be scaled in season by auto- mobile and cog railway and the year 'round by foot, Other attractions to be found in this area are the Garden of the Gods, Manitou Springs, Cave of the Winds, Ute Pass, Cripple Creek and Victor, Gold Camp Road, Ram- part Range, Cheyenne Mountain, the remarkable Will Roger's Shrine of the Sun, Prospect Lake, Seven Falls, and so it goes, so many in fact that you will have a difficult time deciding which to see first. By all means plan a trip to Colorado Springs itself, a city known for its lovely homes and beautiful churches. You will also want to visit the Fine Arts Center and of course the future home of the Air Academy. A.. ,Q -M X ' ' -.I One of Many Fine Churches My Broadmoor Hotel Garden of the Gods 51439-X Fine Arts Center L awww ,ga f' ,, 7 W. i' r IM., I 3 gs , . -.i -1. ,f ky. , kf- Trout Fishing -QQ Cave of the Winds Drive Y if .t 4,.,1-9+'19:" wear ,W , ,K f . I Ml V5 fi ., gba NW '-Mari' A gt irt i -f 4,3 . FEW. Q J i XfA...,.AiNi Pikes Peak Auto Race . 1 r Cog Railway at Manitou aww Aw!! Colonel VERNON G. GILBERT Commanding Officer The activation of the 9th Div. in World War II brought a new kind of army into being. The most important change was the reorganization of Divarty, with four field artillery battalions and Headquarters and Headquarters Battery becoming an integral part of the Division. After months of training, the Division received its first test in Africa. Despite resistance from French forces, an excellent toehold was gained. Safi, however, posed a prob- lem for the artillerymen. Demonstrating energy that char- acterized its every future action, Qth Divarty laid seige to the city. Soon, the Vichy forces asked for terms. In Southern Tunisia, Rommel's main objective was Tebessa, but to reach it he had to go through the Kasserine Pass. Two Panzer divisions went into the area as far as Thala. Only massed artillery or tank superiority could halt the enemy-but neither was in sight. Nearly 800 miles away 9th Divarty was ordered to dis- patch all available artillery to Thala. IVith Brig Gen S. LeRoy Irwin, Divarty Commander, leading the way, stopping only for food, fuel and occasion- ally 40 winks, the column rushed 777 miles over mountain curves. In less than 100 hours 2170 men and officers, plus their vehicles and guns, had made the journey. Not only had 9th Divarty completed one of the greatest artillery marches in history, it was also about to stop Rommel. - i raw fiww lt ' X tt. ,si ' 'W-mmnisaa...s.wf , Lieutenant Colonel GEORGE E. BENNETT Executive Ollicer The Germans could not advance against the rapidly firing artillerymen who sought out tanks with l05 and 155 shells, sometimes firing at point blank range. The drive at Kasserine Pass had been stopped by the force that "couldn't get there in time-but did!" Sicily was next and proved to be a serious handicap to the advancing Allied forces. At Monte Camolato enemy artillery was in deep ravines. WVith the aid of aerial observers, 9th Division cannoneers went into action. On August 20, l943, General Dwight D. Eisenhower announced that Sicily was free of the enemy and the fight there was officially over. In Germany one of the most formidable enemy strong- holds was the Sehzvammenauel Dam. The 9th Divarty was given. the tasks of firing 30 battalions of artillery. The clam was subjected to sueh a bombardment that the 9tl1 Division was able to take the area with only scattered resistance. At Remagen and Ludendorff Bridge Divarty played a vital role, controlling the combined fires of the entire bridgehead support from its fire direction center. From Kasserine Pass to the Harz Mountains, the Slth Divarty answered every call without question-had been tested time after time and never been found wanting and unquestionably proved its right to be a charter meniber of the Old Reliable-the 0th Infantry Division. xx!! Ala-jor Captain ROGER M. BERCAW MURRAY S. PINCKNEY S-l S'2 Major Major KLEMENS M. NELSON WILLIAM J. NOLAN S-3 S-4 Major Captain lst Lieutenant EUDIE E. GROSE RICHARD L. KIRK LOUIS GETTY Commo. Asst. S-2 Asst. S-l 3-Wfa fzfzlllefzy Balfafian just two years after their redesignation and activation in 1940 the 34th Field Artillery Battalion was rolling across Tunisia in pursuit of the German Army, Their destination was Kasserine Pass, where they were to engage in one of the greatest artillery battles in history. The 9th Divarty was preparing to hold desert maneuvers nearly 800 miles away from the main objective in Romme1's rush across Africa-Tebessa, It seemed impossible for the artillery to reach it in time to stop the Nazi war machine, But the column started rolling with the 34th FA leading the way, Through snow, rain, and over treacherous mountain roads the column made its way, sleeping only occasionally and eating on the run, The Nazis struck with everything they had-tanks, infantry, airplanesg but nothing could silence the guns of the 34th, Losses were tremendous, but Marshal Rommel was stopped, It marked the first time in the history of modern warfare that artillery had stopped combined assault of tanks, motorized infantry, dive-bomb- ers-and also dueled with enemy artillery, At Trapini, Sicily, the veteran 155m cannoneers of the 34th teamed with the 82d Airborne Division, and helped win the island. Up through France and Belgium the 34th continued poking holes in the German defenses, Over the Rhine and into the "bread- basket" of Germany the 34th FA kept up its devastating onslaught, sad, qiefcl 14 'ufilfeaq Battalion Lieutenant Colonel H. P. RIMMER Battalion Commander X 3 QUBERTS X 1!Lt, 2fLt, Captain WILLIAM P, ROBERTS ROBERT 1, HYDE JAMES L, THOMPSON Adjutant s-2 s-3 R P x C-W-fl Mfsgr. Mfsgr. LAWRENCE R. FREGEAU JAMES R, CARROLL JAMES J, NEWMAN 5,4 Sergeant Major Operations Sergeant 60M aielcf fzfillmy Eaifllafian i A Division "first" was racked up hy the 60th Field Artillery Battalion one day after "Operation Torch," the inyasion of North Africa, was under way. This was accom- plished when battalion guns assigned to the 60th RCT's 3rd Battalion dueled with Vichy French artillery and con- sequently became the first 9th Division unit to make a river crossing in YVYV II. Allied Forces had high, hopes of .stopping Rommelfv Afrika Korps at the Kasserine Pass and prevent him from capturing Telzessa, the main Allied supply center in T11- nisia. But, to do this, artillery support was necessary. Nearly 800 miles away the 60th FA and 9th Diyarty received the order to proceed to Tebessa. Despite had weather and rough terrain they arrived in time. The Cer- mans were already infiltrating the pass when they arriyed. WVith hardly enough time to dig in. the tillth FA opened fire. Firing at almost flat trajectory. the artillery completely crushed the German attack. The Afrika liorps was through as an ellecliye fighting unit. In Sicily the 60th FA saved the lst Battalion of the tiflth RCT when they were pinned down near Nlonte Camo- lato. Although they could see nothing ol' the entrenched Germans, the artillery layed down a barrage that prey enled the enemy from moving. Finally, with the air of a spotter in a small plane, the tillth silenced enemy guns. At Ihr' famed hatllr' of Reniagen. the 60111 Fl lIOIllllll'll enemy installations located on ilu' lieiglils ozierloolcing the Llllll'lIll0l'H Ifriflge. i 662' L - 6014 giefcf rqaliffeaq Eailaldan ,-4'--'ik Major Major XVILLIAM -I. LUECK FORREST A. WALKER Battalion Clmnmander Executive Officer 'f luui Captain Captain Captain lst Lieutenant ROBERT ll. GULLEY CLAUDE H. PLEXICO MORGAN L. YVALLER ANTHONY BONAVIRE Adj. and S-2 S-4 S-3 Asst. S-3 -6 lst Lieutenant lst Lieutenant Mfsgf. Sgt. DONALD IDANFORTH RALPH E. HICKEY JACK MeCARTER BEAZELL Liaison Oiheer Liaison Oflieer Sgt. Major Training Aids NCO Colonel James F. Pearsall Commanding Officer Preparedness has always been a byword in the 47th Infantry, which today-as it has since its organization on June 1, 1917-stands ready to defend our nation's freedom. V Less than a year after their organization, the Raiders received final training under the battle-hardened vete- rans of the British 16th Infantry Division at Samar, France. Training was conducted within six miles of the front. Soon afterwards the 47th was ordered to capture the town of Sergy. Raiders infiltrated and cracked German lines on high ground overlooking the town, and from there launched an attack that gave the unit its first combat victory. Following action at St. Mihiel and Meuse-Argonne, the 47th Infantry was deactivated September 21, 1921. Its battle streamers numbered five at the time, On August 1, 1940, the Raiders were reactivated. They first saw action in VVorld War II as they hit the beaches at Safi, Morrocco, in early November 1942. Twelve hours later they were in complete control of the town. Sweeping across Africa, the 47th drove through such towns as El Hamra, El Guettar, Jefna, and finally Bi- zerte, where the Axis powers were finally pushed out of Africa. Palermo, Sicily, was the scene of the next Raider land- ing on August 1, 1943. The regiment crushed Cesaro and Casto di Bolo before the Sicilian campaign was finally declared over August 26, 1943. On D-Day plus four the Raiders landed on Utah Beach, France. By the 16th the men had pushed their way to St. Colombe. The next day found the 47th cutting 4701 Infantry 3. Robert M. Beechinor, jr. Executive Officer the road near St. Lo'Ourville, thus blocking the last escape route of the Germans and severing the Cotentin Peninsula, History was made on June 25, 1944, when th-e 2d Battalion entered the city of Cherbourg at 1255 hours, becoming the first Allied troops to enter that city. With the breakthrough at St. Lo, the rush was on. By August 1944, the Raiders forded the Seine River and headed for the Vesle River. just 26 years and one day before the regiment had crossed the river at the same spot during World War I. After aiding in the liberation of Belgium, the Raiders crashed through the Siegfried Line, cracking the line .at 0830 hours September 14, 1944. The dying efforts of the Wehrmacht, the Von Rundstedt counter-offensive, hit the 47th with full force, but the Raiders beat off the Ger- mans and held their positions at Monschau. The regiment made history again at the epic battle of the Ludendorff Bridge on the Rhine. It became the first military unit to cross the Rhine since the Napoleonic Wars, but it paid dearly for its distinction with stagger- ing losses. But a bridgehead was established and it was only a matter of time before the Reich collapsed. Elements of the 47th Infantry and the Russian, 337th Rifle Regiment met in victory in the final days of the war, Hitler's Third Reich was whipped and among its conquerers were the 47th Infantry Raiders. Operation Gyroscope brought the 47th to Fort Carson, Colorado where it started its present program of training personnel for fillers to be assigned as replacements in tactical units. Major Q Major Major FREDRIK L. KNUDSEN JOHN B. PORTER EDWARD C. HAYNES S-1 S-2 S-3 ' f I Major Captain JAMES A. SMITH C. E. DEKKER S-4 Asst. S-3 wr-ng MfSgt, SFC SFC ROBERT J. HARTWICK WAYNE D. BATTON HARRY NICHOLS Sergeant Major Operations Sergeant S-1 Sergeant lsr Baffawbn 4 ff: Infantry Lieutenant Colonel Major ROBERT 0. GREGORY WILLIANI F. GERARD Battalion Commander Executive Officer Q3 1 N f r if su' 'nk f YV it iv' xy.-J W: W Captain Captain Major CHARLES H. TOLLISON WILFREDO LEON JOHN E. TOTTEN S-I S-2 S-3 l ,,. 1fLt. Captain MfSgt, EDWIN G. DAVIS GEORGE W. ORTON ALAN WALMSLEY S-4 Asst, Adjutant Sergeant Major , . 1 ,fb Major Major CHARLES HARRIS SAIWI G. LEW Battalion Commander Executive Officer Wil' Za' Baffahbn 4 ff: Infantry Captain Captain Captain RICHARD V. KROGH DURAD E. TAYLOR DERALD L. LEMBRICH S-1 S-2 Sc 3 S-4 MfSgt, Clerks S-2 86 S-3 Sergeant Major l .Aw Lieutenant Colonel Major WILLIAM S. BOWVERS ALBERT DALBY Battalion Commander Executive Officer f'-""-H , :hs M-.n-...M,,..... Ny! 3d Baftahbn 4 ff: Infantry Lieutenant Major 1fLt, ROBERT C. SCHUETZ BENJAMIN S. SILVER LOWVELL K. YVHITE S-2 S-3 S-4 1fLt. Mfsgt, ANTHONY 12. DAMMICCI BARRETT FRIQELS Asst. S-3 Sergeant Major Battalion Clerk A Colonel WVALTER WV. YVENDT Commanding Officer Present-day members of the 60th Infantry still point with pride to the brillant combat record compiled by their regiment over 38 years ago in World War I, When the hard-hitting Go-Devils suc- cessfully crossed the Meuse River in what had been termed by military experts as "impossible," General Pershing heaped further honors on the 60th by referring to the action as "One of the most brilliant feats in the history of the American Army in France." Reactivated at Ft, Bragg, N, C,, on Aug, l, 1940, the unit re- ceived its World War II baptism of fire on the beaches at French Morocco, The regiment went on to capture its objective-the Djebel Goussa hill mass dominating the main German railroad supply line near Station de Sened, Africa, From this strategic posi- tion the Go-Devils continued on the flanks of the 47th RCT on its drive to Bizerte, crushing Rommel's war machine, the Afrika Korps, The Go-Devils next landed in Sicily as part of a combat team supporting the lst Division. Handed an assignment to capture the key town of Troma, the 60th crossed almost impassable terrain in complete secrecy to gain its objective, Pursuing the Germans, the 60th captured Monte Camolato and finally Floresta and Basico, On August 14, 1943, the Go-Devils, advancing near Monte Pamanazzo, were ordered to hold their posi- tion, Shortly thereafter the Sicilian campaign was over, Six days after the Allied invasion of France, the 60th got into its first action on European soil during World War II, Together with the 39th Infantry, the troops were given the order to march s 2 Y 'W Jfeafquaaleu 60 ft fnfawhy A Lieutenant Colonel CHARLES A. WHITCOMB Executive Officer to St, Colombe, France, It was here the 60th Infantry, in particular the 2d Battalion, achieved epic results. Driving hard against its objective, the 2d Battalion completely outdistanced the rest of the Division, For a time it was believed that they were lost, Actually, they had overrun the German defenses in the face of murderous fire and cut the main highway to the northwest, Instead of with- drawing, they set up a bridgehead on the Douve River and held their position for seven hours until the rest of the Division caught up. On March 7, 1945, the Ludendorff Bridge at Remagen was cap- tured and the 9th Division began the job of crossing the mighty Rhine, The Germans commanding the heights overlooking the bridge poured tons of artillery shells down on the Americans, It took the regiment more than 24 hours to cross, But the bridgehead was established-through blood and guts and determina- tion of the 60th-and now all that remained was the race across Germany, On April 26, at 1830 hours, a patrol of the 60th contacted elements of the Russian Army-the East and West fronts were joined, It marked the end of the Third Reich and the end of battle for the fighting Go-Devils, Col Harold B, Mangold is conunanding officer of the Go- Devils, who are stationed at FORT CARSON , wk ir, Major Major C, H. FERGUSON RAYMOND GESELL S-1 S-2 ,......av!'-U Major Major ERNST SHUMACHER JOHN L, RHODES S-3 S-4 lfLt, Mfsgr, TEDDY G, I-IOLLOWAY JOHN SCHNEIDEN Assistant Adjutant Sergeant Major s MZ attalion 6054 fnfanlftq Lieutenant Colonel WARREN A. MINTON Battalion Commander Captain Captain JAMES H, JACOBS H. A, VAN HOUT S-1 S-3 Captain MfSgt, ROBERT C, MCCULLOCH W, R, WRIGHT S-4 ' Sergeant Major F Lieutenant Colonel VEALE F. MORIARTY Battalion Commander Major FELIX W, STANLEY Executive Officer Captain CHARLES B, WAGNER S-3 .242 Bdafalzm 6014 In 4 nm, JOHN s, MCLEOD s-1 MfSgt WILLIAM j, SCHMIDT Sergeant Major alffalian 6066 in-fanlfd-q Lieutenant Colonel DANIEL RACHAL Battalion Commander Major Captain Major LINCOLN CLARK ROBERT KAISER GEORGE MURRAY Executive Officer S-1 S-3 Captain M!Sgt, CLARENCE MUNSON JAMES A. LITTLE S-4 Sergeant Major Beileaq 6 3414 Qdelcf rqalfffleaq Bailalian Captain ' 15p Lieutenant lst Lieutenant KELLY B. COBB JOSEPH ILLES JAMES F. WELLNITZ Battery Commander Executive Officer ASS't. Executive Officer ? . 1""""""' lst Lieutenant MfSgt PFC ' . ADMINISTRATIVE JULIUS F. LADANYE FRED MILLS JAMES L. FULKER CADRE Training Officer First Sergeant Battery Clerk C-34 FA began training December 1956 and finished on 15 January 1957. Pvt Jose J. Artolozaga was the outstanding marksman, with a score of 216, and Pvt Robert R. Browning was selected as outstanding trainee. if E? , e A A "4 ' . ' ' w,4e2sHs.+fa4, ,ew , wang Adcock, Gerard A. Allen, Warren E. Andaverde, Jose G. Arias, Benito Artolozaga, Jose J. Atwood, Ronald B. Avery, Gordon B. Barton, Floyd Berry, Willard G. Birkley, Wayne O. Bolding, Rex L. Bonsai, Lavon P. Boyd, James H. Branson, Eugene H. Brown, Delmon Brown, Gerald E. Browning, Robert R, Burhans, William G. Burton, Joseph O. Carter, Clark V. Carter, Elmer Castro, Alfonso M. Chadwick, Jimmy L. Chapa, Alfredo V. Chapman, Charles E Chapman, Jimmy R. Childers, Jimmie R. Cicero, Larry F. Clark, Clyde W. Conture, John R. Crawford, Buel Y. Culton, Joe J. Curtner. Tim G. Dinvant, Ferdinandl III Dockal, Paul D. Dorsey. Charles, Jr. Downing, Sune R. Dulaney, John B. Durden, Marvin, Jr, Eaton, Gerald D. Edwards, Charles A. Everidge, Franklin D. Ferrell, Toney Z. Futrell, Johnny R. Gamez, Norbert A. Garcia, Edward Garrett, Jack W. Gilbeaux, Harry O. Graham, Billy J. Hardy, Richard S. Harkins, James E. Harris, Lawrence L. Hemandez, Raul G. Herron, Harold D. Hubert, Calvin Hudson, John W. Hutchins, Roy K. Hyatt, .John L. Inman, Jack B. lsham, Wayne E. Johnson, Fred L. Johnson, L. C. Johnston, Herbert E. Jones, Robert J . Kelsh, John J. Lane, Donald A. Lewis, Malford J, Licon, Amador, Jr, Liles, Howard D. Lindquist, Clayton A. Lindstrom, Richard D. Lowrey, William A. , Jr, Luster, Leander Maddox, Rodger P. Manuel, L. T. Mares, Samuel A. Marrow, Murph J. Marshall, Richard S. Martin, Adonis P. , Jr, Martinez, Reuben D. ., M g- ,f Ya. .t Er ,,,Q, y, Mathiews, Richard D. McCabe, Roy E. McCune, Robert L. McElroy, Jim, Jr. McFarland, Cecil G. McKinley, William G. McKinney. LeRoy J. McNee1, Glen S. McRae, Orron C. McWilliams, Leo, Jr. Miller, Joseph W. Mitchell, Hilton M. . Ir. Molina, Miguel A. Moore, Merton L. Murdock, Richard K. Olin, william L. Olivas, Jerry R. Oliver, Kenneth F. Paddie, Arthur I. Parker, Orval L. Passmore, Robert L. Payne, Edward C. Pearson, Doyle G. Perkins, Aaron W. Perrin, Thomas Perry, Vernon Peterson, John L. . Jr, Phipps, Rex A.. Jr. Pitre, Charles A.. Jr. Pittel, Harold R. Powell, Wi11iamJ, Prado, Marcelo Price, Ira Pullano, Rosario L. Push, Melvin Quattlebaum, Jimmie D Ramp, James E. Ray, William L. Rector, Charles A. Regan, Edwin R. Reyes, Arnoldo Rhoden, Guy F. Richard, Paul H. Richter, Curtis W. Riddle, Jesse W. Rinow. Wiktor Robinson, Leamond Rollin, William J. Rosales, Juan G. Ruszka, William F. Sabados, Benjamin Salazar, Magdalena S. Salinas, Arturo, Jr, Salinas, Jose M. Samter, John P. Sawyer, Lester F. Scott, Alben D. 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PYLE Executive Officer C Mfsgr Pfc ALTON WARE, JR. LEIOY MEDANIEL First Sergeant Company Clerk CA DRE X Pvt Don Kyler was selected as outstanding trainee and Pvt George Crichton was high marksman with 224. Alee, Jonathan Allen, Ernest E. Allred, Melvin W. Almquist, Arthur A. Aman, Jerry D. Anderson, William W. Bacchetti, Lindy B. Bahr, John W. Bain, Orville J. Banker, Sidney G.. Jr, Barbour, Wayne D. Barrett, Walter J, Becketti, Richard A. Billick, Francis D., Jr Boleneus, Deral D. Boottz, Edwin C. Borrego, Joseph, Jr. Bowman, Bobby D. Brothers, James D. Burke. Gary J, Burks, James W. BUSS31'd, Walter H. Campos, James Carpenter, Albert C, Carson, Jesse R. Celaya, William Chandler, William W. Chapman, Johnny W. Chute, Richard A. Clark, Earl T. Clark, Richard M. Cline, David C. Cox, Alvin Crichton, George W. Crisa, Joseph V. Cuadros, Daniel Davis, James H. , Jr. Davis, Samuel R. Delaney, Patrick L. Dickason. Richard L. Dunger, George R. Eslick, Donald S. Eubanks, Allen G. 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Cavanagh, Westley J. Chastain, Max M. Chatwell, William W. Cheshier, Thomas L. Clark, James W. . Ir. Cogdill, James R. Colenso, Donald L, Combs, Garrett F. Corbell, James M. Corella, Donald J. Cornerr, David T. Cornett, Elbert D. Courtade, Ronald L. Crain, Tommy W. Culp Eloyd A. Cummings, Nolan L. Curry, David G. Daigle, John B. Dailey, Richard P. Dale, Bernard L. Daniluk, Andrew J. Davin, Dennis E. Dean, George R. Dewitr, Keith C. Diamond, Darrell O. Dohara, Koso Donaldson, Randall M. Eckerman, Doyle F. Edwards, Herman C, Ellis, Joe D. Englert, James R. Fairman, James P. Franco, Agustin Fredrickson, John P. Gallmeier, Edward C. Garoby, John W. Gesioroski, Johnny J, Ginsburg, Seymour Gomez, Emilio A. Gomez, Juan C. Green, Martin R. Gresham, Cecil A, Grigsby, James O. Hargraves, Robby W. Harper, William R. Harris, Arlan L. Henderson, Garland R. Henries, Gerard J. Hinshaw, Charles E. 1 ,J , ax Eg 1-592' Qi. 3 ii X. H' X fi is ,Q " Eff? . , is ' if 'k if ..2 . , QF Km? Hogan, John M. 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Nevel, Jimmy L. Nixon, Billy D. Nolan, Donald J. Nunan, Frederick J. Offutt, Charley A. Oliver, Ted L. Perry, Bobby W. Peterson, Walter E. Pitre, William J. Pogue, Francis E. Porterfield, Richard H. Posey, Ivan Prine, Jasper M. Pyburn, Waylon O. Ramirez, Fortino R. Reagan, Carl E. Reyes, Ezequiel A. Rolando, Donald M. Rowen, Glenn D. Salazar, Carlos G. Sanchez, Jeremias M. Sandlin, Billy F. Shouse, Bobby C, Simmons, Sammie R. Siragusa, Joseph R. y Eff gsm 'QW .. L . fr .M A 5' . ,, , C -fs -eff-i5fi1?"b , H bi, 11... X 1 an , 'se-i'i White, Richard G. Whittlesey, Paul W. Zedaker, Claude M. Smith, Tommie J. Snyder, Jimmy G. Soto, Percy Southwell, Warren F. Stephenson, Darrold E. Summers, Dewey L. Swift, James L. Tarrant, Billy J. Taylor, Carl O. Taylor, Gerald D. Thomassie. Melvin J. Thomson, Melvin G. Trickett, Billy H. Turman, Billy L. Vollmer, Ferdinand F. Walker, Charles R. Wanzer, Lewis L. Warneke, Harold L. Watkins, James W. 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Bennett, Bobby L. Bernard, Ledon G. Bestrom, David C. Beyer, Kenneth G. Black, William E. Blackmore, David E. Boozan, Thomas W. Borgia, Frank A. Branstetter, Lee W. Brown, John W. Bunnell, Ray L. Byrd, Sylvester C. Calkins, Earl E. Camp, Bobby E. Carrier, Richard G. Cassity, Roma L. R. Charpie. Edward L. Chase, Allen W. Cheadle, Gerald L. Clark, Cecil W. Clouse, Eugene C. Cohen, Alexander D. Collins, Louis A. Cornelious, Colbert D Crass, Douglas G. Creppel, Lanny R. Cruthirds, Francis A. Dachelet, Kenneth M. Davis, James, Jr. DeMera, Howard J. Deyerle, Robert E. Dickenson, Richard K Dudley, James C. Eichhorst, Howard W. Espree, Leroy Farley, Gregory D. Fenton, Charles L. Fisher, Jerry B. Fittante, Gordon Flanery, William D. Foersterling, Alvin W. Fredericks, Dale Funk, Ward A. Furlong, Charles W. Gaines, William, Jr, Gambotto, John W. Gay, Frank E. Gehner, Martin D. Geis, David D. Geraldon, Glen D. Gieber, Rodney D. Godsey, William S. Gray, Jimmie L. Green, Ellis W. Griffin, Elbert D. Gussert, Donald A. Gustafson, Bruce A. Hackenberg, Theodore Hagerto, Kenneth L. Hall, John Hall, Warren E. Hamlin, Douglas H. Hammond, Roger W. Harjo, Cecil Harrison, Frederick A. Hartwick, Thomas L. Hatcher, Gilbert R. Hayes, Edward J, Hayes, Thomas L. Henderson, Paul D. Herman, Fredrick W. Herman, John C. Hockett, Curtis F. Horton, Philip W. Hunt, William W. Jackson,, Lloyd Jacobs, Glenn W. Jarvis, Blair J. Jenz, Roger W. Johnson, Dean F. Jonsson, Arne S. L. Kaeding, Jon W. Keith, Maurice C. Kelley, Cecil W. Kennedy, John L. Kilgore, Richard L. Kinderknecht, James P King, Patrick M. Kirby, William W. Koltz, James F. Kraus, Robert D. Kretz, Robert B. La Due, James R. Landmesser, Franklin Landry, Nolan J. Lasley, Graham E. Lazaro, Richard S. Lee, Billy F. Lester, Clayton J. Lewis, Glenn W. Lively, Johnie L. Lockhart, Robert Longfellow, Thomas N MacDonald, Barry A MacLeod, Donald S. 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