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3 of PHOTO of Battery
B 328TH Field Artillery Battalion
Dad wrote in comment across the top: "Battery 'B', 328th Field Artillery BN, Fort Dix, NJ"
|Rear ROW -||6
7 Robert L. Mitchell, 8 Thomas
9 T/5 Ray W. Fink, 10 Walter H.
11 Walter H. Quay, Jr.
|Second ROW -||22 Joel
Golightly, 23 John Lloyd,
John Duffy, 25 Robert W.
26 Joseph Hatcher?, 27 David?
28 Woodrow Dick, 29 Thomas
30 John Margo, 31 Robert Shaw,
32 Cpl Joseph Natoli, 33 Ira Willett,
|Front ROW -||18 1st
Lt Roy G.
Kitts, 19 1st Lt William E.
20 Joseph R. Apicella, 21 Edward Faras ,
22 Vincent P.
23 Cpl John Vavrek,
24 George Dudas, 25 Durward Pliss___?
Notes: I've omitted the rank for anyone who was a Private or a Private First Class. The Rank listed may be the rank at the time of the photo or at a later date, based on Battalion records.
R 9 - T/5 Ray W.
- photos of him at Photos
from the Italian Front and Good
FR 8 - 1st Lt Roy G. Kitts - story of him at Stories from the Front.
FR 19 - 1st Lt William E. Sullivan, was from Mize, MS and was Dad's commanding officer. They kept in touch for many years until his death. More on him at Photos from the Italian Front and Stories from the Front and Purple Heart Order #9.
Thanks to Charles
the identification of the men in the photo. His father, 1st
Sgt Erich Bauch, had collected the signature of every soldier in
the photo soon after the photo was taken at Fort Dix.
names were partially illegible, but their complete name and rank was
through my records of the 328th FA Battalion obtained from the National
Click on Photo to go to enlarged composite with names of each soldier.
Capt. Armstrong & officers
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