|The following photographs were furnished by Marilyn Johnson McDowell, daughter of T/5
Robert James Johnson, B and Sv Battery 862d Field Artillery Battalion.
|T/5 Robert James Johnson, B and Service Battery, 862d FA Bn
on USS Sheepshead returning to USA
|T/5 Robert James Johnson, B and
Service Battery, 862d FA Bn -1944
|Cpl John. O. Poole, G Company 255th Infantry
Regiment. KIA 8 April 1945. (Photo furnished by Homer
Birdsong, nephew of Cpl Poole)
|Pvt. John T. Gearney, E Company 254th
Infantry Regiment- 1944
|Forty-Four members and friends of the Philadelphia Chapter, 63rd Infantry Division Association at
the Resorts Hotel in Atlantic City, NJ on 16 September 2007
|The "Kitchen Crew" Headquarters 1st Bn, 253d Infantry
Regiment in Germany, May 1945. The two(2) men on the left
of the first two rows were thought to be Polish DPs. Photo
furnished by T/Sgt Aubrey M. Rogers Hq 1st Bn 253d Inf.
|Cpl Joseph Goldberg, H Company 253d Infantry Regiment
(Left in photo) back in the US after being released as POW-
1945. Soldier on the right is identified as Joseph Novelli of
Chicago- unit unknown. Photo provided by Micki Zurcher,
daughter of Cpl Goldberg.
|Pfc Theodore Gnias, 63rd Reconnaissance Troop 1944. Pfc Gnias was killed in action on 31
|Members of Hq Co, 2d Bn, 254th Inf Regt after completing the infiltration
course at Camp Van Dorn, MS 1944. Front in prone position- S/Sgt
Harold Mauser. First row L-R: S/Sgt John Gramolini, ?,? , T/Sgt Carl H.
Weber, Cpl Stephen Stetzko, and Cpl Harold W. James. Rear Row: L-R:
Olson, ? ? ? and Pvt Casimere Tootikian
|Note: T/5 Johnson died 10 Mar 2008
|Members of Hq Co, 2d Bn 254th Infantry Regiment at Camp
Van Dorn, MS 1944. L-R: S/Sgt John Gramolini, Pfc Robert
H. Colburn, Cpl Stephen Stetzko and Pfc Paul A. Aldrich.
Photo above and this photo provided by S/Sgt John Gramolini