Where can you find a list of the soldiers who served in the 77th infantry division during World War 2?
You can find a list of those who served in the 77th infantry division in a book entitled, "Ours To Hold It High."
Fifth Infantry Regiment served as part of the 71st Infantry Division in WWII.
The 56th served as part of the U.S. 6th Infantry Division during WWI. Its primary combat service in France was during the Meuse-Argonne offensive near the end of the war.
The typical airborne division in WW2 was smaller than the infantry division and had around 9,000 men when fully equipped. However, due to high casualty rate, the 101st Airborne Division had many replacements during its time in combat. I don't know the exact number of men who served in the 101 ABD but it could easily be double that or 18,000 men.
The 92nd "Buffalo" Infantry Division was sent to the Italian Campaign with General Mark Clark's 5th Army. The 370th Infantry Regiment arrived in July 1944 and the remainder of the division a little later. It was assigned the on the west coast of Italy and continued up the coast to Genoa by the time the war ended. "Buffalo Soldiers" was a general term used for the black cavalry soldiers. So, if your Question is asking… Read More
Does anyone have a photo of Company H of the 111Th Infantry Division of the 28Th Infantry Division that served in World War 1?
Unfortunatly I do not at the moment however I do know that someone in my family has a picture of several men in the company. I am unsure as to where it is. My great grandfather served in the company too. :)
Military Challenge Coins are a military challenge coin depicting rank, medals, area served, branch of armed forces served in, infantry division, airborne division, cavalry division, etc.
How can you find a list of men who served in Company B 15th Infantry 3rd Infantry Division during World War 2?
I have a list of all the men that served in the 15th Infantry Regiment during WW 2. Unfortunately it is not broken down by "Company," but alphabetical for the entire regiment. Please feel free to e-mail me with the question(s) that you have so that I may try to assist you. Richard V. Horrell WW 2 Connections.com need to know if my grandfather served in this section of WWII.
Usually if a soldier said he was in 'the 27th Infantry" he was referring to his regiment. The 27th Infantry was one of the three infantry regiments in the 25th Infantry Division. The 25th ID was in Hawaii, at Schofield Barracks, when the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor. The Japanese also strafed Schofield Barracks and bombed a mess hall at Schofield Barracks. The 25th ID went on to fight on Guadalcanal and Luzon, in the Philippines… Read More
26th Infantry Division was named the "Yankee Division" and their shoulder patch was a khaki Diamond with blue letters "Y D". This infantry division served in France and Germany. A typical WW2 infantry division contained about 15,000 men at full strength. It contained 3 Infantry regiments and 4 artillery battalions as well as support units such as Medial, Engineering, QuarterMaster and Signals.
9th Korean Infantry Division. Served in Vietnam where my avaiation company worked for them. Wonderful people.
"Platoon" (Film) is a quasi biography of actor/director Oliver Stone. He served in the 25th Infantry Division (depicted in film) during the Vietnam War.
They're in the National Archives. http://www.nara.gov Copy and paste the above address in your browser window and enter "morning reports" in the search box on the page that takes you to. Then see the first result. The 117th Infantry was one of the three regiments in the 30th Infantry Division. The 30th Infantry Division is the National Guard of North Carolina in peacetime. Many men from other states served in this division in WWII. During… Read More
There are many sites online. The American War Library is one of many,101st airborne is not what 101st airborne is now,there was so many in Vietnam 101st,well 82nd-101st,if you know the regiment,company name,infantry,e.t.c. if you are looking for a specific person helps a lot.example: ---U.S. Army, Company A, 1st Battalion, 14th Infantry, 4th Infantry Division--- ***also any medals given,*bronze/silver star...and so on helps in research*** The US military site in the related link is also… Read More
There were 5 Army soldiers on a MAT team. 2 Infantry Officers and 3 NCO's. The NCO's were a medic, light weapons infantry and heavy (crew-served) weapons infantry.
None. The 34th "Red Bull" Infantry Division served in North Africa and all during the Italian Campaign. They were first attached to the II Corps and later to the IV and maybe VI Corps. The V Corps took part in the D-Day landings at Normandy. They were part of the 1st Army for awhile, then the 3rd Army and finally the 7th Army. However the 5th Army did serve in Italy and the 34th Infantry… Read More
While pilots had more comforts than the trench soldiers, they also had a higher fatality rate. About 10% of infantry soldiers who served in the British army were killed; and 20% of Combat pilots died.
No. Howard Stern jokingly says that he served in the 25th Infantry Division towards the end of war in Vietnam in 1973. He has never served in the military.
34th "Red Bull" Infantry Division served 517 days of combat. The 1st Battalion, 133rd Infantry served 611 days in combat. The 1st & 34th Infanry Divisions were sent to England for preparation to be used in combat. Both saw service in N. Africa, Sicily, but the 1st Infantry Division was returned to England for preparations of the D-Day invasion. The 34th Infantry Division were allowed a period of rest during the campaign in Sicily(July-August 1943)… Read More
Approximately 2 million soldiers served for the Union during the American Civil War, and roughly 750,000 served for the Confederacy. All told, 620,000 soldiers lost their lives during the war.
Master Sergeant Albert Blithe served as an infantryman in World War II and was one of the soldiers featured in Stephen Ambrose's Band of Brothers. However, although he was shot in 1944, he did not die in 1948 as reported. He survived and served during the Korean War, and was active with the US military intermittently until 1967. While serving with the 8th Infantry (Supply Division) in Germany, he underwent emergency surgery for a perforated… Read More
Stone served with the 25th Infantry Division and the 1st Calvary Division in Vietnam and was awarded both the Purple Heart and Bronze Star medals for gallantry in action.
How can you find people who served with your relative in the 350 Infantry Reg 88 during World War 2?
Contact the 350th Infantry Regiment Veteran's Association.
He attended and graduated from Ranger School, but he never served in a Ranger unit. He was a helicopter pilot in the 8th Infantry Division.
Your father-in-law now deceased served with the 141st field artillery battalion during world war 2 you would like to trace his movements especially his path from Italy to the battle of the bulge?
Answer The 141st Field Artillery Battalion was part of the 36th "Texas" Infantry Division. If you research books and links related to the 36th Infantry Division, this will provide details of the artillery units as well. I do not think the 36th Infantry Division fought at the Battle of the Bulge. It may be possible that the artillery battalion was detached from this division and loaned to another unit. Reference Books: "T-Patch to Victory" (relates… Read More
The U.S. Veteren Volunteer Infantry was the Federal Government's first attempt to form a Federal Army, made up of battle hardened Veteran from all states, who were provided a bounty of about 3 years regular Army wages, and their own Henry rifles. The volunteer infantry were State raised, non drafted men who served their State in the infantry. Nearly all soldiers in the U.S. Veteran Volunteer Infantry (VVI) had originally served their States as volunteer… Read More
Nearly three million soldiers served in the US Civil War.
2 IMPROVEMENT It was calculated that during the whole Civil War about 3,500,000 Union soldiers served in the Army. there was about Luis union soldiers
Many records were lost during and after the war, but most estimates put the number of Confederate soldiers that served during the war at between 750,000 and 1.25 million.
The number of German soldiers who served in the German Military in World War I was 13,250,000. The number of American military personnel that served during World War I was 4,743,826.
During WW2 around 18.2 million soldiers served in the German military. Im not sure about the US army.
The unit was known as the Buffalo Soldiers.
fighter pilots and soldiers.
about 17 million German soldiers served during ww2 (not inclusive the about 1 million ss troops) 4000000
Most Japanese Americans who served during WW2 enlisted or were drafted into the US Army and served as soldiers in one of three all Nisei units: 100th Infantry Battalion 442nd Regimental Combat Team 522nd Field Artillery Battalion Some Japanese served in other branches, many as translators in communications units. Most if not all served quite honorably.
Most will want to say that Blacks were only used as cooks, stevedores and general basic labor. But Black soldiers have been trained and used as soldiers since the American Civil War. The 9th US Cavarly regiment was used in the West durng the Indian Wars. They served in the Spanish-American War and in World War I as infanrymen. During WW2, a large number were used for general labor. The largest amount served in Engineer… Read More
The 92nd and the 93rd Infantry Divisions were units made up of black troops with white officers. The 92nd ID fought in Italy in WWII. Near the end of the war black troops were sometimes assigned to other infantry divisions. Volunteers from black non-combat units, and from black non-infantry combat units, were called for. Some men took a demotion to volunteer to serve as privates in the infantry. The army was desperately short of infantry… Read More
In the US Army in WWI, the 56th Infantry REGIMENT was in the 14th Infantry Brigade of the 7th Infantry Division. At that time, US divisions were "square" divisions consisting of two Brigades of two Regiments each. My grandfather served in the Company L of the 56th Infantry Regiment during WWI. His Discharge papers show he served in the following Battles, engagements, skirmishes and expeditions: Premy Ridge Occupation Prevenelle (?) Sector, West of Moselle (this… Read More
During the Vietnam War; over 3 million men served in SE Asia during the war; 2 1/2 million men served in country.
they served for 4 yrs
US Army, during the late 19th Century.
they served Caesar and did his bidding.
There were 16.1 million soldiers that served in the military during world war 1. In the US 500,000 soldiers volunteered.
At least a million during the course of the war.
The much-publicized first attack of the Americans was to capture an insignificant village in Picardy named Cantigny, on May 28, 1918. The village was in the front lines of the German trenches. The attacking Americans were from the 1st Infantry Division. This was almost fourteen months after the US had declared war, time spent raising an army, training and equipping it and shipping it to France, where additional training took place. Prior to this several… Read More
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Clarification Instead of 7th Infantry Company, you probably mean 7th Infantry Regiment. Soldiers usually referred to their regiment or occassionally their Division. The discharge papers usually refer to the veteran's regiment. During WW2, the typical Infantry Division consisted of 3 Infantry Regiments and 4 artillery battalions and an engineer battalion and other supporting companies. Each Regiment consisted of 12 companies divided into 3 Battalions as follows: 1st Battalion - Companies A, B, C, D 2nd… Read More
They helped the soldiers. Women served as nurses in the Civil War so therefore they helped the soldiers get better.
The 3rd Battalion, 111th Infantry, served on Makin Island in the Gilbert Islands (Butaritari); Next they served on Kwajalein Island in the Marshalls; Then Peleliu in the Palau Islands; and finally on Koror in the Palau Islands. Read my book, Common Warfare, published by McFarland and Co.
During the four years of the US Civil War, two million men served in the Union's military forces. For the Confederacy, 900,000 soldiers served in the Southern military forces.
The 105th field artillery of the 27th NY National Guard served under the 33rd Division and the 79th Division during WWi. The entire 52nd Field Artillery Brigade of the 27th was detached at the beginning of their tour, and never served with their Division. Instead, they were in the Meuse-Argonne Offensive under the French and then American Armies.