63rd Infantry Division
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63d Infantry veterans at Armed Forces Day
98th Div men leave for Cadre of 63d Inf Div Jun 45
98th Division men assigned as Cadre for the newly
organized 63rd Infantry Division before their
departure from Camp Breckenridge.  Left to Right:
Marino, Lowe, Karmer, Jojeski, Mayo, Smith,
Pohlmeyer, Dragon, Atwood, Keil, Miller, Frazier,
Olso, Divitto, McCugh, Sherman, Waldroop and
Zukowski. Phot furnished by CWO Perry Mayo Hq
254th Infantry
cards from German cigarettes Packs
German military cards from packs of Salem cigarettes picked up from German Prisoners.
D Company 254th Infantry Regiment Reunion at Slippery Rock, Pa.  L-R Top:
Lt McConnell, T/Sgt Etcheson, Sgt Pink, Pfc Bender, Pfc(Col) Clinton.  
Bottom L-R:  Sgt Ziemke, Sgt Wise, T/5 Fox, Capt Shumate and Sgt(Maj)
Bundick
D/254th Infantry Slippery Rock Reunion
Clinton D/254th at Buchhof Germany 2002
Fred Clinton D/254th Inf (L) and Herr Albrecht Englert(veteran of
The Battle of Jebsheim) stand by the F/253d memorial at
Buchhof/Stein Germany June 2002
Grave site of Pfc Lawrence Welty C/253d
American cemetery at Lorraine France
John Chaffey, cousin of Pfc Lawrence E. Welty, C
Company 253d Infantry KIA 9 Apr 45 at Pfc Welty's
grave site in Lorraine Cemetery, France.
John Chaffey, cousin of Pfc Welty, KIA 9 Apr 45,
C/253d Infantry at the Lorraine Cemetery in France
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