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|63rd Infantry Division troops advance through Gudingen, less than a half mile from Saarbrucken in the 7th Army drive. 1 Mar 45|
|63rd Infantry Division Bazooka team in action. Unit, date and place unknown.|
|Soldiers with enemy flag. Unit, date, and place unkown.|
|Pfc Otto F Metzger C Co 254th receives Silver Star Medal for gallantry in action on 3 Mar 45 near Hartungshof, Germany|
|Medical Detachment, 3rd Battalion, 255th Infantry Regiment about 12 hours before the 63rd Infantry Division began its attack on the Siegfried Line- 15 March 45
Shown in the photo and working from the top, left to right are : Morrison, Johnson, Keegan, Bridges, Edlestein (KIA 11 Apr 45), Clements Warren, Kulaga, Preschel (KIA), Berthiaume, Wilson, Phillips, Weaver, Finney, Dow, Romondetta, Pulgi, Miller, Ford, Lt Cohen, Capt Blanchard, Burger, Bland, Hewitt, Hastings, Rybicki, Seaman, Sagurton, "Chet" and Tutman.
Photo furnished by Francis Blanchard.
|Capt Blanchard's Aid Station in Bliesbrucken after a German Artillery attack. Capt Blanchard was in room marked with X when shells landed. Med Det 3rd Bn 255th Inf. Photo furnished by Francis Blanchard|
|S/Sgt Louis A. Polasek, B Company 255th. Near Danube River Apr 45. Furnished by his son, Marvin Polasek|
|S/Sgt Louis A. Polasek(R) with Remus Miserendino during a lull in the battle. B Company 255th Infantry|
|S/Sgt Louis A. Polasek (L) with a buddy in defilade. B Company 255th Infantry|