This was in my local paper today.
John DeRiggi Sr. served in the Army as a tank crew member in battle memorialized in new book, “Spearhead.”...
There's plenty of information to be gleaned here as well. Glad to have you.
I don't think that matters. Click on the link to see what happens.
I'll check but I think not. My father was in the 473rd Infantry.
British & Commonwealth Forces
Urqh posted this on Facebook. Worth a look.
What an awful thing. I hope the vandals are caught and punished. Miserable.
I still can't access My Content. Everything else seems to work, I think.
You'll find information about the 180th here...
I agree with Tommy. Hiring a researcher might be a tad expensive, but the results are usually worth it. In any case, they can give you an estimate...
Safe travels. Hope you had a good time.
Distinguished Unit Insignia
Brief unit history:
During World War II the 394th Infantry Regiment was called into active duty on November 15,...
I'm looking forward to your postcards. How long are you spending in the States?
Interesting to see it in print. I had the opportunity several years ago to attend a talk by one of the airmen. He had some pictures and other...
Another reason not to live in the west.
Couple punches, hits bear in their Jeffco kitchen during attack
Ron, you're in trouble. :eek:
Welcome, and enjoy yourself. You'll never hear us say we don't care. Plenty to read, post whatever you can.
This is a great photo. I'm sure Tommy will be along to give you more information. Can you post some of the pages of your uncle's military book?...
Talk about a mother lode. This is it!
I don't know about the birth date. You say 1901, but the electronic resource has a birth date of 1892. I found a draft card for William W. Hoyle...
Nowhere near the quality of jba45ww2's grouping, but here's the shadow box I made for my father.