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Started by : Edward L. Ormanski - Combat Medic
Robert Brainard Ed Ormanski served with the 3rd Bn MedDet, Company K, 26th Infantry, 1st Division. Survived the Omaha Beach, Fox Green Sector, Second tide wave. Went on to fight in the Battle of the Bulge. Anyone recall serving with him, we would be privileged to hear from you. rgbrain@yahoo.com Bob Brainard
2014-09-05 17:32:35
Started by : 743rd Tank Battalion
Laurie Mathews My father, at that time Capt. William "Darien" Duncan, was promoted to Lt. Col. and took over command of the 743rd Tank Battalion after Lt. Col. Upham was shot. I am interested in finding families of men who fought with the 743rd Tank Battalion. I can be contacted at duncantilleyfamily.com Thank y
2014-07-30 15:54:45
Started by : 1st Infantry, Company L Omaha Beach
Mary McMahon My Uncle Al Steward (1922-2006) was in Company L on Omaha Beach from DDay until the end of the war, Silver Star, 2 Bronze Stars. Are there any Company L survivors or family members who have photos. I think we have several photos too. Had a wonderful time in France for the 40th Celebration.
2014-06-04 23:22:39
Started by : South Carolina soldiers, signal corps
Mark Wagner My father cpl. George wagner (still alive) was in a signal corps unit attached to the 1st inf. He does not remember the name of his unit, but said he went in behind some "South Carolina boys who really caught hell". Anyone ever hear of this unit? Or anything about 1st inf. sig corps on dday?
2014-01-28 04:43:15
Started by : The Big Red One
Elissa Uretsky-Rifkin My father, Jack Uretsky was in The Big Red 1 and landed on Omaha Beach on D-Day. My family visited there to pay respects o t
2013-10-04 23:04:22
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