Monthly Archives: June 2013

The 202nd Engineers in the Bulge-Carl C. Miller,

My company C was sitting in Stavelot, Belgium with orders to defend the town. Here we watched the troops of the First Army retreat and knew this alert would not suddenly be removed like it was in Carentan and Avranches, …

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89th Cavalry Recon Squadron, Bobby Cobb

Cross The Rhine With Dry Feet – Courtesy Of The 9th Armored Division

December, 1941, shortly after December 7th, Pearl Harbor Day, Bobby enlisted as a volunteer for which his mother had to signed for to enlist. Was …

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Letter to home, Francis Chesko, 148th ECBn

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Central Indiana Chapter wins Award

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My WWII Story-John Rowe, 87th ID

While attending my senior year at Olney High School in Philadelphia in 1943 I turned eighteen and was required to register for the draft. A notice came down that anyone who wanted could be tested for ASTP, Army Specialized Training …

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The Combat Engineer, Wilfrid R. Riley, 188th ECB

The 188th Engineer Combat Battalion was formed at Fort Devens, Massachusetts on September 9th, 1943. The noncommissioned cadre were from the Louisiana maneuver area. The majority of the recruits were from the New England area. Basic training …

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Lunch with the Luxembourg Ambassador

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SUBJECT: Lunch with the Ambassador

Date 4 February 2013

Location: Embassy of Luxembourg, Washington, DC

Ambassador Honorable Jean-Louis Wolzfeld invited the following personnel for lunch at the Embassy to commemorate the donation made to the Army Historical Foundation.

The Army …

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