Many of the names on this list were taken from notes made regarding a photo of the troop taken at Camp Campbell, Kentucky in 1944. The names were written down after the war from memory, and I have found a number of misspellings when those names are compared to some I already have. If you are looking for a particular person, please take the time to read through the entire list to see if it might be listed, but spelled incorrectly.
Lt. Col. Mercer W. Sweeney, Huntington
Station, New York
Capt. Walter F. Arnold
Lt. Alan Probst
Tec 5 Benton, Albert, Purple Heart,
wounded March 14
Bone, Roger (9th from left, 2nd row
from top in photo top right)
Brogdon, James L.
Burgmeyer, Ted E., Brooklyn, New York
Tec 5 Burnham, Otis D. Burnham,
Sgt. Fox, George, Jr., recommended for Bronze Star
(not known if he received it)
Harris, David M., New Market, Indiana
Harris, Jeff, Danville, Virginia
Hart, William H., Oakland, Tennessee
Haven, Gill, Holly, Michigan
Hurley, William J., Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
Kirkwood, William K.
La Muraglia, Rocco
Palmer, Charles, Wilmington, Delaware
Patten, Vernon, Rochester, New York
Paulin, A. F.
Sleptiza, Alec, Bowie, Maryland
Cpl. Davis, Samuel, recommended for Bronze Star (status unknown); Purple Heart, wounded April 19
Tec 4 Oliver, Albert, recommended for Bronze Star (status unknown)
PFC Hack, Gilbert, medic, Indianapolis, Indiana; killed in action, March 1, 1945
PFC Harrington, Robert R., medic, Kirkville, New York; wounded in action, March 1, 1945
Headquarters Troop, 101st Squadron
Buck Fluharty in Heidelburg, June 1945.
101st Cavalry Service Troop