|Soldiers from M Company, 255th Infantry take a
break. Rudolf Armbruster is on the far right.
Photo courtesy of Tess Armbruster, Widow of
|Anyone know who these men are? F Company, 255th
Infantry at Camp Van Dorn, MS. Photo courtesy, T/5
Bernard Horowitz F/255th Infantry
|Members of Med Det, 254th Infantry at Camp Van
Dorn, MS. The only identified is T/5 Albert J. Carchio
(KIA 23 Jan 45) who is in the last row, far right. If
you can identify anyone in this photo please contact
the email@example.com Photo
courtesy Mary Carchio Anconetani, Sister of T/5
|Members of the 63rd Infantry Division Band at
Camp Van Dorn, MS. None are identified. Photo
courtesy Nan W. Landers, wife of Arlton D
Landers.(Arlton is not in the photo)
|Hq 254th Infantry Regiment soldier drives
through the Regimental street after a heavy rain
storm.(Maybe the driver's course)
|On the Left: Members of the 63rd Reconnaisance Troops at Camp Van Dorn, MS
and on the Right members of the 63rd Recon at a recent reunion. Left Photo: Oct 44
L to R: (3rd) Sam Fittente (4th) Nick Gentile, and (6th) Ted Katsavos. Right Photo:
L to R: Nick Gentile, Sam's Wife, Sam Fittante and Ted Katsavos.
|Walter Krul, K Company 255th Infantry receives
the Purple Heart from Rep Sherwood Boehlert of
New Hartford, NY, 54 years after he was
wounded in April 1945. Photo courtesy
Observer-Dispatch Newspaper, Utica NY.
Information supplied by Walter Krul, Jr at e-mail
|Members of Anti Tank Company, 255th Infantry at
Camp Van Dorn, MS. S/Sgt John H Werntz is on the
far left in the photo. Photo courtesy of Warren D.
Werntz, son of S/Sgt Werntz.