Officers

 

Captain Ritchie, Ralph, Bronze Star

Lt. Fabert, Kansas

Lt. Goldner, New York

Lt. Wilkins, Lansing, Michigan

1st Lt. Ulmschneider, Robert, Purple Heart,

     wounded March 14; Bronze Star

2nd Lt. Mathay, Robert, Purple Heart,

     wounded March 15

 

A

Adams, James, South Carolina

Akers, Clovis, Salem, Virginia

Alexander, Jim, Oklahoma

Andre, Leroy, Chicora, Pennsylvania

 

B

Babin, Shelton, Louisiana

Baker, George, Hagerstown, Pennsylvania

Bartling, Fred, Burke, South Dakota

Barman, John

Barone, Nick, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Bertrand, Carrol, Louisiana

PFC Beyar, William, Purple Heart, wounded April 24

Biasl, Robert, Freeland, Pennsylvania

Biegenwald, George, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Bielen, Alois, Wisconsin

Blackwell, Glen, Greenville, South Carolina

Blizzard, Harry, West Virginia

Blosko, Mike, Freeland, Pennsylvania

Bohaner, J., Tennessee

Bollinger, Roy, Hanover, Pennsylvania

S/Sgt. Boner, Harold, Purple Heart, wounded March 15

Booher, George, Maryland

PFC Brandy, George, Washington, D.C.; Purple Heart,

     wounded March 14

Brown, Gene, Oklahoma

Butterfield, Alvin, St. Paul, Minnesota

 

C

Campbell, James, North Carolina

Cantrell, Edgar, California

Capelo, Tobin, Springfield, Mass.

Carlson, T5 Albert O. "Hutch," New York

Carr, Roy, Colorado

Cashen, George, Worchester, Massachusetts

Tec 5 Cavanaugh, James, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania;

     Purple Heart, wounded March 14

Cheneauth, Doug, Arizona

Cheplick, Nickolas, Oliphant, Pennsylvania

Clardy, Roger, Danville, Virginia

Coccia, Joseph, Baltimore, Maryland

Cook, Dan, Oklahoma

Copenhaver, Robert, Polo, Illinois

Crane, Melvin Swanson

Cunningham, Joe, Ashland, Pennsylvania

 

D

Deese, Lee, South Carolina

DeKestein, Russ, Charleroi, Pennsylvania

DePasquale, Dominich

 

E

Eanes, G. Glen, Danville, Virginia; Purple Heart, wounded March 5

Eby, James, Michigan             

Eldridge, Joe, Edmonds, Oklahoma

Emig, Rayman, York, Pennsylvania

Evans, William P., Charleroi, Pennsylvania; Purple Heart, wounded March 14

 

F

Farence, D. R., Spring Grove, Pennsylvania

Flickenger, Glenn, Massachusetts

Flyinghorse, George, Oklahoma

Tec 4 Foote, James, Purple Heart, wounded March 15

Foran, Edward, Kentucky

Fortner, Oscar, Oklahoma

Fowler, John

 

G

Goff, Sam, South Carolina

Goldblatt, Joe, Washington, D.C.

Goldsmith, Joe, New York

Grazonka, Ted, New York

Griffith, James, South Carolina

 

H

Hankey, James, Buther, Pennsylvania

Hanley, George, Sharpsville, Pennsylvania

Tec 5, Hannon, Vincent, Girardville, Pennsylvania;

     Purple Heart, wounded March 14

Harding, Ray, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania

Harding, Roy, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania

Hart, Bill, Memphis, Tennessee

Hildebrant, Bernard, Pennsylvania

Hixon, George, Easton, Pennsylvania

Holloman, Borden, Goldsboro, North Carolina

Homorsky, Andy, New York

Hugan, Arthur, Warren, Ohio

Hurter, Harry, Lisbon, N.Y.

 

I

Irby, Jeff, Arkansas

 

J

Junis, Bill, Illinois

Katunick, Sam, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

 

K

Kitts, James, Bricken Ridge, Kentucky

Klein, Robert C., Baltimore, Maryland

 

L

Lanham, Mike, Kentucky; Purple Heart, wounded April 24

Larson, Harry, Shelvin, Michigan

Leonard, Edward, New Providence, New Jersey

Levitos, Dave, Owings Mills, Maryland

Loggins, Arelious, High Point, North Carolina

Long, James

 

M

MacKosky, Jack, New York

McCray, Kee, New Mexico

McLean, Fred, N., Wilkesboro, North Carolina

McPherson, John K., Davie, Florida

Pvt. Madrid, Jose Leon, Purple Heart, wounded March 14

Mann, Russ, Massachusetts

Marlow, Henry, Pennsylvania

Matanin, Andrew, Gindstone, Pennsylvania; wounded in action, March 14, 1945

Mathis, Gene

Miller, Russ, Sharon, Pennsylvania

Mitchell, Roy, Lynchberg, Virginia

Mohlick, Charles, New York  

Monroe, Jacob, Texas         

Moore, Maurice, North Carolina

 

N

Nelson, Matthew, Oklahoma 

 

O

O’Conner, Joe, New York

 

P

Sgt. Pagniello, Dominick, New York; Purple Heart, wounded March 14

Pepin, Willie, Massachusetts   

Phillips, George, Georgia

Phipps, Gene

Popovich, George, Monta Vista, Colorado

 

Q

Queen, James, Quincy, Illinois

 

R

Rendon, Edward, Colorado   

Tec 5 Romero, Alvin, Elton, Louisiana; Silver Star,

     Bronze with Oak Leaf Cluster

Rosbeck, John, New York     

Rossi, Americo, New York

 

S

Saintsing, Raford, Thomasville, North Carolina; Purple

     Heart, wounded March 15

Sallid, August, Lansing, Michigan

Sanders, Frank, Easton, Pennsylvania

Salvator, Samonie, New York

Singleton, Milford, LaGrange, North Carolina

Smith, Frank Benedict, Niles, Illinois      

Steadman, James, Raeford, North Carolina; Purple Heart, wounded March 14

Sturm, Vanze, Tennessee     

Swindell, James, Rhode Island

Symonds, Jack, Oklahoma 

  

T

Thomas, Lester, Rhode Island

Tiger, Jesse, Calvin, Oklahoma

Tripp, Charles A., Rocky Mount, North Carolina

Tripp, James, Greenville, North Carolina

Trotter, Bill, Peoria, Illinois     

Trump, Clyde, Hanover, Pennsylvania

 

U

Ulmschneider, Robert, Lantana, Florida

 

V

Vagos, Frank, Massachusetts  

Valdez, Augusta, New Mexico

Vilchvek, Myron, Michigan

Visconti, Tony, New York

 

W

Walker, Burton, Danville, Virginia

Walker, Clarence, Danville, Virginia

Weirick, Dale, Middleburg, Pennsylvania

Pvt. Williams, Richard, Purple Heart, wounded March 14

Witt, Lyudd, Danville, Virginia

Worchol, Fred, St. Louis, Illinois

Wrenn, Vance, North Carolina

 

Z

Tec 5 Zamora, Enrique, Santa Rosa, New Mexico

Troop A/101

Joseph Coccia

Kneeling; Robert Klein

Above, Albert "Hutch" Carlson; below, Hutch on his horse Tarbaby at Ft. Devens, Mass.

Troop A, 101st, taken June 9, 1945

Frank Smith--first photo taken around 1940, second photo sometime after he was made captain, and third photo closer to the end of his Army career when he held the rank of lieutenant colonel.

Melvin Swanson Crane