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ROBERTI JOSEPH - 116TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
My father, Joseph Roberti, fought on D DAY in the 29th Division. I'm not sure about his division, I think the 16th or 116 th rings a bell. He was Technician 5th grade. I know he was involved with heavy artillery. He also spoke of St Lo. Paris and Germany This is his son, Richard
HONORED BY RICHARD ROBERTI Discover this VETERAN
TONTINI GUERINO F - 175TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
Rank when wounded for second time was SSGT. Hip was shattered by MG; taken prisoner; held at Brest; rescued by 3rd Batt., 29th. Six months in England. Came home in a full body cast. Went on to live a fulfilling life like all these Vets did!
HONORED BY Mike Tontini Discover this VETERAN
DELUCA MICHAEL - 115TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
Uncle Mike died on his 20th birthday after the battle at St. Lo. Having no wife or children, we are the only ones left to honor his sacrifice.
HONORED BY Angela DeLuca Discover this VETERAN
MOORE GEORGE E - 115TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
This was my grandfather, I'd like to know what I can do to update this profile.
HONORED BY Yarnall Matthew Discover this VETERAN
HUDDLESTON CALVIN C - 175TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
Yesterday I got from an old woman one part of the dogtags from Calvin C Huddleston. I live in Montfort (southern part of the Netherlands) and the 29th ID was at the Roer river just across the border. If there are any relatives of Calvin C Huddleston they can contact me at info@roerdriehoek.com
HONORED BY Roy Pfennings Discover this VETERAN