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Anne Walker
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I am trying to detail my Uncle Robert Ezekiel Owens, Jr (R.E. Owens) military service. He join the Ark. Nat'l Guard 153rd in 1937-38, was stationed in Seward, Alaska until the 153rd was decommission and he then was deployed to Europe. I have a picture of his title Staff and Special Staff 2nd Bn., 406th INF, 102nd Div, July, 1944 from Fort Dix, N.J.from this point until his death somewhere near the Germany/Netherlands border on 19 Nov. 1944 is a mystery. He is buried in Margarten Netherlands American Cemetery, but does not show up in the OZARK KIA list. Any info or help would be appreciated.
Sunday, April 17 2016 - 04:33 PM
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Gino Porcaro
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my grandfather Earl Griffith was in CO D 1st BN 405 Infantry if there is anyone here that can give me any info on the unit I would be much appreciated I also have photos i would like to share . this was during ww2 thank you in advance
Saturday, April 16 2016 - 11:45 PM
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Debbie Golvan
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The descendants of Martin Freiberg in Melbourne Australia and London England are raising a glass on 13 April 2016 in honor of the Brave Ozarks and their descendants. Good health and long life to you all and thank you for liberating our dad, then a skinny 14 year old Jewish boy who had lived under the Nazi regime in Germany. It was April 1945. Dad was forever grateful and we remain so today.
Thank you.
Debbie Golvan, Liky Tell, Mark Regev and Alex Freiberg
Wednesday, April 13 2016 - 05:11 PM
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LTC. Harry L. Huffman, Jr., CAP
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I was looking up info about Camp Maxey, Texas.
Discovered the 102nd Infantry Division (WW-2) trained there.
Found your great web page.
Read numerous articles.
I salute the veterans of the 102nd Infantry Division (The Ozarks)
Thank you for liberating Western Europe.
I was born an Army brat in Linz, Austria.
I would not be alive today if it were not for the young men who gave their lives for freedom!
Wednesday, March 09 2016 - 11:04 PM
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David Steely
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I am looking for stories, pictures, and memorabilia from the 102d when they were in training at Camp Maxey north of Paris Texas in 1942-43. My mother, 96, is giving a presentation to a group in April 2016 on her experiences. She was a civilian worker at the camp hospital and was a member of the Maxey Command, a group of Paris women who helped serve as dance partners to soldiers at the USOs in Paris and the Camp Service Centers. The camp also served as the training center for the 99th Infantry Division as well as a major replacement training center. I would also like to include items collected on my campmaxey.blogspot.com
Wednesday, January 20 2016 - 05:00 PM
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Richard Walker
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My late Grandfather Richard G. Streeter served with the OZARKS 102nd Infantry. He was awarded the Bronze Star, Combat Infantry Badge, and several other medals. RIP grandpa, love and mis you!
Tuesday, January 05 2016 - 01:52 PM
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Darryl Jensen
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My father is John R. Jensen and served with the 102nd in France Belgium and Germany in 1944.He is now 91 and lives with us in New Jersey.
Thursday, December 31 2015 - 03:09 PM
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Douglas Stafford
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Would like to mention my father, Douglas Stafford, who served in 102nd Inf. Div., 407th, F-Company from Holland to the Elbe. He was from Van Dyke, Michigan (Warren outside of Detroit) and now at age 89 lives in Peck, Michigan. I would be happy to pass along any connections from anyone who served in this unit during this time.
Thursday, November 12 2015 - 10:01 AM
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Jason Norman
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My Grandfather Jason Frank Brawley wad in the Ozarks during The War. I only remember a few details. I once meet a friend from Indiana,I think, named Red and I believe they were part of Rodgers Raiders. Would mean a great deal to know more. God bless them,our Greatest Generation, they truly saved the world.
Friday, October 09 2015 - 02:55 PM
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John R. Simpson
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My father was with the 102 in 1944
Saturday, October 03 2015 - 10:09 PM
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