6929. Feld-Artillerie-Bataillon

 


Fotos der Offiziere aller Batterien etc.

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B Battery Officers


Ausland Daniels Seymour
  CPT John C. Ausland    |   1LT Ward R. Daniels   |  1LT Arthur W. Seymour

Tobin Luck
1LT Charles T. Tobin    |   2LT Paul E. Luck    

Kidder
Commander prior to CPT Ausland


It must be noted, that 39 men from B Battery lost their lives during the June 6, 1944 Normandy Invasion at Utah Beach. Their names, and in some cases, their photographs
are listed on the Regimental Memorial Tribute Of Honor Pages, not to be forgotten.


C Battery Officers


Hurst Cole Cunningham
Wawryck Yeates

plus
1LT William R. Winters
Photo's & Bio


29. Art. Bat.

 

Hauptseite:

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Auszeichnungen:

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Distinguished Service Cross:

CPL JAMES R. FLANNIGAN

A Bty, 29th Field Artillery Battalion (WWII)

Citation: Hütgenwald

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Silver Star:

CPT JOHN C. AUSLAND

HQ Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

Citation:24. Juli 1944

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2LT LAWRENCE C. BLANCHARD JR.

A Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

(Posthumously)

Citation: 8. Juni 1944 !

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1LT GEORGE S. PALLO

A Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

2 Awards:

East of Echternach, Luxembourg

East of the Sauer River

Citation: kein Link

 

SGT RALPH E. POORE

HQ Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

ungenannt warum, kein Link

 

COL JOEL F. THOMASON

Commander, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

ungenannt warum, kein Link

 

Bronze Star:

w/"V" Device

CPT JOHN C. AUSLAND

HQ Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

ungenannt warum, kein Link

 

SSG CHARLES L. BARR

B Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

ungenannt warum, kein Link

 

PFC JOHN K. LESTER

B Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

Photo & Biographie, unheimlich viele Auszeichnungen, aber ungenannt warum

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SGT RALPH E. POORE

HQ Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

ungenannt warum, kein Link

 

1LT WILLIAM R. WINTERS

C Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

2 Awards: Normandy & Northern France

Photo & Bio gehörte als Beobachter seiner Batterie zur 1. Welle, Auszeichnungen erst am Belgien, verwundet

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1LT WAYNE A. YOUNG

HQ Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

ungenannt warum, kein Link

 

Purple Heart

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1LT JACOB L. ARMEEN

B Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

(Posthumously)

ungenannt warum, kein Link

 

2LT L.C. BLANCHARD JR.

June 8, 1944

A Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

(Posthumously)

kein Link

 

SGT RICHARD E. BOYLAN

June 6, 1944

B Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

(Posthumously)

kein Link

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CPL CHESTER A. BROOKHART

B Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

(Posthumously)

kein Link, ungenannt warum

 

SGT MARK E. BUCKLER

June 6, 1944

B Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

(Posthumously)

kein Link

 

PVT WILLIAM CANINENBERG

B Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

(Posthumously)

kein Link, ungenannt warum

 

PVT JOHN E. CHELIUS

29th Field Artillery (WWII)

(Posthumously)

kein Link, ungenannt warum

 

PVT EDWARD D. DONOHUE

29th Field Artillery (WWII)

(Postumously)

kein Link, ungenannt warum

 

PFC SYDNEY G. DUDGEON

June 6, 1944

B Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

(Posthumously)

kein Link

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PVT THEODORE FABISZAK

June 6, 1944

B Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

(Posthumously)

kein Link

 

T/5 JOSEPH FEDISH

June 6, 1944

B Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

(Posthumously)

kein Link

 

2LT OTIS E. FINNEL

B Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

(Posthumously)

kein Link, ungenannt warum

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SGT ANDREW J. FINNELLI

29th Field Artillery (WWII)

(Posthumously)

kein Link, ungenannt warum

 

CPL CHARLES GIAMBRONE

June 6, 1944

B Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

(Posthumously)

kein Link

 

CPL GEORGE P. GREYGOR

June 6, 1944

B Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

(Posthumously)

kein Link

 

T/5 JOSEPH G. HARDY

June 6, 1944

B Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

(Posthumously)

kein Link, ungenannt warum > auch 6. Juni. Siehe nachfolgenden Link

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PFC FLOYD HARDZOG

June 6, 1944

B Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

(Posthumously)

kein Link

 

T/5 FELIX M. HARPER

June 6, 1944

B Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

(Posthumously)

kein Link

 

PVT RALPH W. HERSHMAN

June 6, 1944

B Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

(Posthumously)

kein Link

 

PFC HAROLD E. INGENITO

June 6, 1944

B Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

(Posthumously)

kein Link

 

PFC CARL F. JACKSON

B Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

(Posthumously)

kein Link, unbekannt warum

 

CPL JOSEPH JAZAK

June 6, 1944

B Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

(Posthumously)

kein Link

 

CPL ERVIN T. KELLER

June 6, 1944

B Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

(Posthumously)

kein Link

 

PVT EDWARD J. KOZLOWSKI

June 6, 1944

B Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

(Posthumously)

kein Link

 

PFC JAMES D. LAKE

June 6, 1944

B Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

(Posthumously)

kein Link

 

CPL FREDERICK LANGHAM

29th Field Artillery (WWII)

(Posthumously)

kein Link, ungenannt warum

 

CPL MICHAEL LEAVOR

June 6, 1944

B Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

(Posthumously)

kein Link

 

PFC JAMES P. MAHONEY

June 6, 1944

B Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

(Posthumously)

kein Link

 

PFC CONRAD C. MASON

June 6, 1944

B Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

(Posthumously)

kein Link

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T/5 JAMES H. MILLER

June 6, 1944

B Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

(Posthumously)

kein Link

 

PFC CARROL A. MORGAN

June 6, 1944

B Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

(Posthumously)

kein Link

 

PVT ANTHONY C. MORGIA

June 6, 1944

B Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

(Posthumously)

kein Link

 

T/5 FRED M. NEWTON

June 6, 1944

B Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

(Posthumously)

kein Link

 

PVT NOEL N. NICHOLS

June 6, 1944

B Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

(Posthumously)

kein Link

 

1LT GEORGE S. PALLO

A Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

kein Link, ungenannt warum

 

T/4 BERNARD L. PATAKY

June 6, 1944

B Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

(Posthumously)

kein Link

 

T/4 JOHN W. PHELPS

B Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

(Posthumously)

kein Link, ungenannt warum

 

SGT RALPH E. POORE

HQ Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

kein Link, ungenannt warum

 

PFC ANDREW J. RELOSKY

June 6, 1944

B Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

(Posthumously)

kein Link

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PFC CLARENCE V. SANDERS

B Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

(Posthumously)

kein Link, ungenannt warum, doch, siehe nachf- Link:

http://members.tripod.com/~msg_fisher/sanders.html

 

PFC PHILIP SAWITZKI

29th Field Artillery (WWII)

(Posthumously

kein Link, ungenannt warum

 

PFC CHARLES W. SCHAFF

B Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

(Posthumously)

kein Link, ungenannt warum

 

SSG ROBERT SCHLOTT

June 6, 1944

B Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

(Posthumously)

kein Link

 

T/4 ROBERT J. SHANLEY

June 6, 1944

B Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

(Posthumously)

kein Link

 

PVT JOHN B. SINGLETON

June 6, 1944

B Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

(Posthumously)

kein Link

 

PVT SIDNEY R. SMART

June 6, 1944

B Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

(Posthumously)

kein Link

 

DANIEL C. SMITH

June 6, 1944

B Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

(Posthumously)

kein Link

 

PVT HARRY J. SMITH

June 6, 1944

B Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

(Posthumously)

kein Link

 

PVT IRVING SPECTOR

B Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

(Posthumously)

kein Link, ungenannt warum

 

PVT THOMAS SPINA

June 6, 1944

B Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

(Posthumously)

kein Link

 

PFC HORACE S. STEPHENS

June 6, 1944

B Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

(Posthumously)

kein Link

 

CPT JAMES W. SYDNOR

HQ Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

2 Awards: Normandy & Luxemburg

Photo & Bio verwundet an der Normandie-Küste und in Luxembourg

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befreundet mit Cpt Ausland http://members.tripod.com/~msg_fisher/ausland.html

he wrote LETTERS HOME: A WAR MEMOIR based on his letters back to family and friends in the U.S. during WWII while he was in the Army.

 

Ausland schrieb: War Stories

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PFC JAMES G. TILLMAN

B Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

(Posthumously)

kein Link, ungenannt warum

 

PVT ROBERT H. TURNER

June 6, 1944

B Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

(Posthumously)

kein Link

 

CPL HARRY B. TURNIER

29th Field Artillery (WWII)

(Posthumously)

kein Link, ungenannt warum

 

PVT RAYMOND F. VOSEN

June 6, 1944

B Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

(Posthumously)

kein Link

 

T/5 LUTHER L. WAUGH

June 6, 1944

B Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

(Posthumously)

kein Link

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PVT BENJAMIN E. WILLIAMS

June 6, 1944

B Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

(Posthumously)

kein Link

 

1LT WILLIAM R. WINTERS

C Bty, 29th Field Artillery (WWII)

Photo & Bio bereits unter Bronze Star!

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BIOGRAPHIES /CAREER PROFILES:

LTC George L. Mabry Jr.

Commander, 2nd Bn, 8th Infantry

November 20, 1944

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Mabry sei der zweitmeistdekorierte Amerikaner gewesen.

wichtig! Viel über den D-Day und die Begegnung mit den Luftlandetruppen. Allerdings habe ich das schon teilweise aufgenommen gehabt:

zB.

After the guards put the prisoners into a landing craft, to be taken back to the USS Bayfield for interrogation, they reported to Van Fleet. It was 0940. Van Fleet radioed General Barton on Bayfield, "I am ashore with Colonel Simmons and General Roosevelt, advancing steadily." As new waves of landing craft came in, Van Fleet and Roosevelt sent them through the holes in the seawall with orders to move inland. Already the biggest problem they faced was congestion on the beach. There were too many troops and vehicles, not enough openings. Sporadic incoming artillery fire and the ubiquitous mines made the traffic jam horrendous. Still, at 1045, Van Fleet was able to radio Barton, "Everything is going OK." The beach area was comparatively secure, the reserve battalions were coming ashore.

Siehe „Launching the invasion“!

 

 

COL Joel F. Thomason

Battalion Commander

29th Field Artillery

http://members.tripod.com/~msg_fisher/tom-1.html

wichtig!

Hier wird der Untergang der Bttr. B behandelt!

Steile Karriere, genoss die Gunst des Art Chefs Blakeley. „Bester Bat.Kdt“ Hoch dekoriert.

Er schildert den D-Day auch persönlich in einem anschliessenden Aufsatz.

Es kommt der Hinweis auf

A Soldier Remembers Utah Beach By John C. Ausland (Hauptmann)

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29th Field Artillery Battalion in which I was a 24-year-old assistant intelligence officer

Dannkommt ein Brief mit der D-Day-Schilderung des

SSG Bernard Mayer. Instruktiv!

Dann kommt der Hinweis auf den Jeep-Fahrer

CPL Clarence Vincent Sanders KIA - January 28, 1945

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GENERAL JAMES ALWARD VAN FLEET

1892 – 1992 Infanterie Rgt-Kdt!

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Biographie: http://members.tripod.com/~msg_fisher/fleet-2.html

Westpoint-Citation:

http://members.tripod.com/~msg_fisher/fleet-2a.html

 

Kurze Regimentsgeschichte (unter Ordre de bataille oder Vorgeschichte einfügen)

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28th Field Artillery (We Support the Line) Lineage and Honors: (Auszeichnungen der Einheit) Das geht ja gar nicht um das 29. Bat!!!

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http://members.tripod.com/~msg_fisher/index-3.html

 

Organigramm:

HQ & HQ Battery, 29th Field Artillery

Commander: CPT Edward C. Green

 

Battery A, 29th Field Artillery

Commander: CPT Jack Tate

 

Battery B, 29th Field Artillery

Commander: CPT Vernon P. Burns

Commander: CPT Lorton S. Livingston

Commander: CPT Ward R. Kidder

Commander: CPT John C. Ausland

Executive Officer: 1LT Charles T. Tobin

Battlefield Commission - Was the 1SG!

 

Battery C, 29th Field Artillery

Commander: CPT James C. Hurst

Executive Officer: 1LT William G. Cole

Assistant XO: 1LT Jack J. Cunningham

 

Service Battery, 29th Field Artillery

Commander: CPT James N. McNutt

 

Stories of war II

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A Soldier Remembers Utah Beach By John C. Ausland

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Back to the Places Where Many Died By John C. Ausland, eher zu St-Lô etc als Erinnerung geeignet:

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From the Beaches to the Seine: Surprise, Sacrifice and Some Good Luck By John C. Ausland

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At That Moment in Paris We Were the Finest of All By John C. Ausland

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B Bty, 29th FA Bn - D-Day and Beyond...!

(by Irving Smolens, former B Bty, 29th FA, WW2)

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mit Fotos

 

Weitere Artikel von Irving Smolens

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The St. Lo Breakthrough

 

Artikel mit Fotos:

Reflections Of A Crewmember (Gun-Crew)

The One Man Gun Crew !

 

29th Artillery Battalion Played Big Role In Fourth Div. Actions, unbekannter Autor

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The Great Pinochle Game!

(by Peter N. Russo, former C Bty & B Bty, 29th FA, WW2)

http://members.tripod.com/~msg_fisher/russo-1.html

D-Day minus three, found the crew of this Artillery Battery crammed aboard a Navy landing craft tank.

Peter N. Russo was born in Brooklyn, New York. He was a member of C Battery, 29th FA, at the time of this story. Later, when B Battery was reformed, he was transfered into the new B Battery, as their Chief of the #1 Gun Crew!

 

Joan Blondell!

(by Peter N. Russo, former C Bty & B Bty, 29th FA, WW2)

Kriegs-Geschichte anhand eines Pinup Girls

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1st. Lt. William G. Cole and Glenn Warren were members of C Battery, 29th FA at the time of these stories.

Glenn Warren's Memories and Mine by 1st. Lt. William G. Cole

A Small Story About Winter Clothing Its Source And Sidelights by Bill Cole

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A Shared Close Call by 1st. Lt. William G. Cole

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I Served In The 4th ID During WW2! (by John K. Lester, former B Bty, 29th FA, WW2)

http://members.tripod.com/~msg_fisher/lester-1.html

schildert auch den Untergang der B-Comp.

 

Random Thoughts From World War II! Erfahrungen als Jeep-Fahrer (Glur)

(by John K. Lester, former B Bty, 29th FA, WW2)

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Jetzt kommen die Geschichten von

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Jack Cunningham, former C Bty, 29th FA, WW2

Er schildert seinen Werdegang:

They started me through the pipeline for replacement officers, to Wales and on to England. From there, I was sent to the 4th Infantry Division's 29th FA Battalion, which had landed on Utah Beach on D-Day. I crossed the Channel with other replacements going to the 4th Division on D+1. We had to find the Division Headquarters without a guide and got there on D+2. Though the service with the 29th FA as a Forward Observer was tough and dangerous, I feel that I was, perhaps, better than I would have seen with the 77th Division. I read that they got into trouble in combat on Guam and had to be saved by the Marines. In any case, my service with the 4th Division passed the ultimate test - - I survived in good health.

 

Also, I feel that serving with the 4th Infantry - - which could have been described as an "elite" division, if four years of training before D-Day in France could qualify them for that evaluation - - had its advantages.

 

Bill Cole has written: "The officers and men of the 29th FA knew each other and their jobs very well and such maturity made it possible for them to be easy-going in their acceptance of replacements as part of the outfit."

 

John Ausland, in his memoir, Letters Home, writes: "The reunion the 29th Field Artillery Battalion held in Augusta, Georgia in October, 1980 was a memorable occasion. I have reestablished contacts with people I have not seen for nearly half a century. The excerpts the Fourth Division Association's Ivy Leaves has published have led to touching and informative correspondence. It is difficult for people to understand the bonds that develop between those who wage war. Since leaving the Army, I have belonged to various groups, but none have fostered the feelings I have toward the men I knew in the 4th Division."

 

I feel that John Ausland speaks for all of us in this regard.

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Heitere Geschichte während Gefechtspausen in der Normandie:

A Short Break From Combat, WWII, France,

A Unique Way To A Chicken Dinner For The Battery

http://www.angelfire.com/ny5/msgfisher/ww2-jc-3.htm

 

Paris, France - August 25, 1944

Uninterupted Duty Status Surrounded By A Street Celebration

http://www.angelfire.com/ny5/msgfisher/ww2-jc-4.htm

 

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This tribute is dedicated to those members of the 29th Field Artillery, mostly B Battery, who gave their lives
in the cause of freedom during the D-Day Invasion at UTAH BEACH, when their LCT hit a mine and sank.
Many of these brave and gallant men were never recovered.
An asterick (*) indicates which of these names are those men from the sinking.
You may CLICKthe person's name to view his memorium where available!

 

1LT Jacob L. Armeen

       

PFC Harold E. Ingenito *

       

CPL Clarence V. Sanders

2LT Lawrence C. Blanchard Jr

       

PFC Carl F. Jackson

       

PFC Philip Sawitzki

1LT Otis E. Finnel

       

CPL Joseph Jazak *

       

SSG Robert Schlott *

SGT Richard E. Boylan *

       

CPL Ervin T. Johnson *

       

PFC Charles W. Schaff

CPL Chester A. Brookhart

       

CPL William B. Keller *

       

T/4 Robert J. Shanley *

SGT Mark E. Buckler *

       

PVT Edward J. Kozlowski *

       

PVT John B. Singleton *

PVT William Caninenberg

       

PFC James D. Lake *

       

PVT Sidney R. Smart *

PVT John E. Chelius

       

CPL Frederick Langham

       

PVT Daniel C. Smith *

PVT Edward D. Donohue

       

CPL Michael Leavor *

       

PVT Harry J. Smith *

PFC Sydney G. Dudgeon *

       

PFC James Mahoney *

       

PVT Irving Spector

PVT Theodore Fabiszak *

       

PFC Conrad C. Mason *

       

PVT Thomas Spina *

T/5 Joseph Fedish *

       

T/5 James H. Miller *

       

PFC Horace S. Stephens *

SGT Andrew J. Finnelli

       

PFC Carrol A. Morgan *

       

PFC James G. Tillman

CPL Charles Giambrone *

       

PVT Anthony C. Morgia *

       

PVT Robert H. Turner *

CPL George P. Gregor *

       

T/5 Fred M. Newton *

       

CPL Harry B. Turnier

T/5 Joseph G. Hardy *

       

PVT Noel N. Nichols *

       

PVT Raymond F. Vosen *

PFC Floyd Hardzog *

       

T/4 Bernard L. Pataky *

       

T/5 Luther L. Waugh *

T/5 Felix M. Harper *

       

T/4 John W. Phelps

       

PVT Benjamin E. Williams *

PVT Ralph W. Hershman *

       

PFC Andrew J. Relosky *

         

 

A very special thanks to Irving Smolens, for providing these honored names!

And, our thanks go to Richard Fox and Bud Farmer for identifying LCT 458 as the vessel!

 

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World War II Casualties
An asterick (*) indicates those who were KIA on June 6, 1944, and underlined names indicate a photo is available.

1LT Jacob L. Armeen

       

PFC Harold E. Ingenito *

       

CPL Clarence V. Sanders

2LT Lawrence C. Blanchard Jr

       

PFC Carl F. Jackson

       

PFC Philip Sawitzki

1LT Otis E. Finnel

       

CPL Joseph Jazak *

       

SSG Robert Schlott *

SGT Richard E. Boylan *

       

CPL Ervin T. Johnson *

       

PFC Charles W. Schaff

CPL Chester A. Brookhart

       

CPL William B. Keller *

       

T/4 Robert J. Shanley *

SGT Mark E. Buckler *

       

PVT Edward J. Kozlowski *

       

PVT John B. Singleton *

PVT William Caninenberg

       

PFC James D. Lake *

       

PVT Sidney R. Smart *

PVT John E. Chelius

       

CPL Frederick Langham

       

PVT Daniel C. Smith *

PVT Edward D. Donohue

       

CPL Michael Leavor *

       

PVT Harry J. Smith *

PFC Sydney G. Dudgeon *

       

PFC James Mahoney *

       

PVT Irving Spector

PVT Theodore Fabiszak *

       

PFC Conrad C. Mason *

       

PVT Thomas Spina *

T/5 Joseph Fedish *

       

T/5 James H. Miller *

       

PFC Horace S. Stephens *

SGT Andrew J. Finnelli

       

PFC Carrol A. Morgan *

       

PFC James G. Tillman

CPL Charles Giambrone *

       

PVT Anthony C. Morgia *

       

PVT Robert H. Turner *

CPL George P. Gregor *

       

T/5 Fred M. Newton *

       

CPL Harry B. Turnier

T/5 Joseph G. Hardy *

       

PVT Noel N. Nichols *

       

PVT Raymond F. Vosen *

PFC Floyd Hardzog *

       

T/4 Bernard L. Pataky *

       

T/5 Luther L. Waugh *

T/5 Felix M. Harper *

       

T/4 John W. Phelps

       

PVT Benjamin E. Williams *

PVT Ralph W. Hershman *

       

PFC Andrew J. Relosky *

         

 

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