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328TH Field Artillery Battalion
This is a
large group photo of Battery HQ of
Field Artillery Battalion. Photo was taken at Camp Mills,
just after their arrival back to the US from serving at the front lines
in France. This photo includes abotu 130 soldiers wearing the
standard uniform and steel helmet worn during WW1. Many of them
have the shoulder patch of the 85th "Custer" Infantry Division.
Due to the
large format, the photo was divided into 4 composites with some
Each section can be viewed up close to see faces. Click to
and photo will open in a seperate window.
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Details of each Composite
1 - First section includes several high-ranking NCO's, but the rank of the front soldier on the right is not visible.
- This section
includes two officers wearing boots on the front row and one additional
officer on each side.
The 85th Division shoulder patch is visible on the 3rd soldier from left with moustache.
- Includes remainder of Title:
"328th Field Artillery". Thrid soldier from right has a larger
service stripe on Left sleeve
and a speciality patch under his rank on his Right sleeve.
For a comparison to the modern GI, check out the Headquarters Company of of 328 Field Artillery Battalion of WW2.
Click to go tothe above group
photo of 328FA HeadQuarters
Battery of WW2
HeadQuarters Bty Battery A
Battery B Battery C
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