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Stanley W Hojnacki
"Here is a photo of Stanley W. Hojnacki while he was in training at Camp Shelby. My mother added the extra stripes later to represent his SSgt rank. "
" thought you might want to see this. 2nd Platoon of Company K 259th Infantry Regiment- I scanned this photo from Lt Fred Kohl's copy who was the platoon leader and a life long friend of mine since 2009 before rte West Point Reunion! I went out to visit him in Early January and will write an article for the halbert if allowed :)
Dedicated in Special Memory of and with Utmost Reverence to the men of 2nd Platoon who gave the ultimate Sacrifice-
-PFC Ralph A Cuca, KIA March 15th, 1945 in Saarlautern, Germany: Buried in the American Cemetery in Luxembourg.
-PFC Oscar A Wilson, KIA March 15th, 1945 in Saarlautern, Germany: Buried in Cunningham Memorial Park Saint Albans, West Virginia.
-Sgt Horrell E Baker, KIA April 21st, 1945 in Nuemarkt, Germany: Buried in Devine Evergreen Cemetery Devine, Texas "
Camp Lucky Strike
Elmer Krou Jr
"Elmer 1944 Hattisburg MS"
"My grandfather, Karl Kruppenbacher in Linz, Austria right after the war. He was in an antitank company, 260th INF, 65th Division. Photo is date June 1945."
The Mexico Victory docked at Le Havre
Edmund F Lewis
Ed is one of our longest 65th Infantry Division Association veteran members and has served the Association in several ways for decades!
Shared by Ron Locke, 265A
"Charles Bates, SFO
A Battery 867 F.A. BN
Chuck Manausa 259H
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