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151 Murray Janoff, 922nd EAB. OCS Engineer School at Fort Belvoir, VA.  Front row, fifth from left. 922nd EAR
Murray Janoff
152 Murray Janoff, 922nd EAR at boot camp   922nd EAR
Murray Janoff
153 Murray Janoff, 922nd EAR and family at boot camp graduation   922nd EAR
Murray Janoff
154 Murray Janoff, 922nd EAR at OCS graduation   922nd EAR
Murray Janoff
155 Capt Murray Janoff, 922nd EAR   922nd EAR
Murray Janoff
156 Raymond Gregory, 924th EAR Heavy Equipment Section   924th EAR
Raymond Gregory
157 George Layne  Co A, Heavy Equipment Section, 924th EAR 924th EAR
George Layne
158 A B-17 “Flying Fortress” that made a belly landing at A-93, Liege, Belgium  Believed to be from the 351st Bomb Group. (Thanks Theron) 924th EAR
159 Tec5 Tom Simes, 924th EAR, on his “favorite” equipment   924th EAR
Tom Simes
160 A wrecked P-38 from the 370th FG/402nd FS on the unfinshed A-93 airfield at Liege, Belgium   924th EAR
161 Tec5 Tom Simes, 924th Heavy Equipment Section   924th EAR
Tom Simes
162 Members of the 924th EAR on a Sunday afternoon in Bangor, Maine  front, left to right: Warner Hoevenaar, Jack Buchwald rear, left to right: Howard Hershey, Vince Adams 924th EAR
Jack K. Buchwald
Howard E. Hershey
Warner Hoevenaar
Vince Adams
163 Capt Bill Goodman and Willie Astrella, 924th EAR, at Glatton Air Field   924th EAR
Bill Goodman
Willie Astrella
164 "Smokey" Waldren and "Shorty" Grimes with a 38 ton paver somewhere in Belgium  equipment 924th EAR
Waldron
Grimes
165 Dan Gehrs, 924th EAR, with 2 1/2 ton truck. Somewhere in France  equipment 924th EAR
Dan Gehrs
166 Orland Turner, 924th EAR, with 2 1/2 ton truck towing a "typical load" of bulldozer and scraper. Off the Autobahn in Germany, 1945. Unidentified man on the left.  equipment 924th EAR
Orland G. Turner
167 Advanced units of 924th EAR arrive in Sable, France on 8 Aug 1944. They are the first troops to arrive, becoming the “Liberators” of Sable.    924th EAR
168 924th EAR. Liberation of Sable, France.   924th EAR
169 924th EAR. Liberation of Sable, France   924th EAR
170 925th EAR Administration Section  lst row Mincow, Praga, Lintecum, Cafferata, Lowe 2nd row Hedges, Holton, Vandekamp, Almers  925th EAR
Robert C. Lowe
171 925th EAR H/S Co Staff  LT. DETLOR, LT. SCHROEDER, CAPT. KRISTY, LT. COX, LT. GRAY, LT. BOWERS 925th EAR
Patrick J. Kristy
172 925th EAR Construction Supply Section  Taylor, Iannone, Boniello, Ams 925th EAR
173 925th EAR Cooks Section  1st row McClung, Dutch, O’Neill, Sorensen, Elia
2nd row Seelig, Rose, Campbell, Froehlich, Gehr, Wszalek  
925th EAR
174 925th EAR Drafting Section  Kuntz, Von Unser, Northrup, Tocha, Boydston 925th EAR
Fred L. Boydston
175 Capt Donald D. Dunn, DC  925th EAR Dentist 925th EAR
Donald D. Dunn
176 Col Thomas A. Glass, CO, 925th EAR   925th EAR
Thomas A Glass
177 Lt Col John J. Haley, XO, 925th EAR   925th EAR
John J Haley
178 925th EAR Heavy Equipment Section  1st row Phillips, A.E. Johnson, Vitek, Cole, Cooper, Gunn, Rives, Decresenzo
2nd row Schroder, Graves, Crowley, Reuter, Kimrey, Alexander, Vahlgren, McGraw, Moore, Patterson, Stulgies, Adrian, T.W. Johnson, Nelson, Heitz, Lowry
3rd row Crotts, Ware, Seaton, Fite 
925th EAR
179 925th EAR Company Headquarters Section  1st row Fulce, Merkel, V.L. Wood, Orlando, Kaplan
2nd row Smutko, D'Agostino, Westnedge, Cariker, Woodson  
925th EAR
180 925th EAR Intelligence Section  Rost, Cherry, Schumacher 925th EAR
181 Maj Robert J. Jackson, Engineering Officer (S-3), 925th EAR   925th EAR
Robert J Jackson
182 1st Lt Edward E. Kellman, MAC   925th EAR
Edward E. Kellman
183 925th EAR Medical Section  1st row Beck, Lytle, Gutzwiller, Hohmeir
2nd row Holden, Rich, Levine, Riordan  
925th EAR
184 Capt John L. Pulvino, MC  Surgeon for the 925th EAR 925th EAR
John L. Pulvino
185 925th EAR Repair Section  1st row McNerney, Macko, Polchlopek, Lehman, Astolfi, Elliott, Cassel, Matlon, Cox
2nd row Gouger, Guaderrama, Powers, Plemmons, MacMillan, Wakefield, J. Rodriguez, Vitek  
925th EAR
186 925th EAB Reproduction Section  Sibilia, Tozzo, Wood, Bebout
Gorski, Padula, Catalano, Byrne 
925th EAR
187 925th EAR S-3 Section  Plance, Thomas, Long, Marini, Quinones 925th EAR
188 Staff Officers of the 925th EAR  1st row CAPT. CLUTE, CAPT. JENNISON, LT. DIANA, LT. HUERTA, LT. ROSENTHAL 2nd row CAPT. McGRIFF, LT. MAHON, CAPT. KENNEDY, LT. ROY, MR. MARTIN, CAPT. BAKER 925th EAR
Luis W Huerta
Philip S Jennison
Gordon L McGriff
189 925th EAR Survey Section  Hallenbeck, Reed, Montone, Franzoso
Stetchel, Carter, Brabham  
925th EAR
190 925th EAR Transportation Section (1 of 3)  1st row Grief, Calcagno, Mellon, Sprouse
2nd row Snoke, Dinsmore, McCreary, Insco, Valenzuela
3rd row Tousey, L.C. Clark, Weed, Rader, Artes, Aday  
925th EAR
191 925th EAR Transportation Section (2 of 3)  1st row Waller, Martin, Cisneros, McDaniel
2nd row Urban, Bullard, Gladden, Todd, C.A. Cook
3rd row Atkins, Potter, Sebren, C.B. Ingram, Plakos 
925th EAR
192 925th EAR Transportation Section (3 of 3)  1st row Kalita, Jenkins, Keefe, Sallee
2nd row Quimby, Bell, Kestler, L.G. Clark, Halford
3rd row Harris, Burnett, Jarrell, Hood, Pruit, Salgado, McBride, Dennis 
925th EAR
193 925th EAR Utilities Section  Sanders, Maucione, Buccellato
Fekete, Gonzales, Millar 
925th EAR
194 1st Sgt Erdmon O. Davis, 925th EAR   925th EAR
Erdmon O. Davis
195 Tec5 Roy Todachine   926th EAR
Roy Todachine
196 TEC5 Roy Todachine, 926th EAR, in Wurzburg, Germany, April, 1945   926th EAR
Roy Todachine
197 Distinctive insignia of the 937th Engineer Group (descendent unit of the 937th Engineer Aviation Camouflage Battalion)   937th EA Camouflage Bn
198 A-1, St. Pierre Du Mont. Watercolor by Sgt Lettick  Sgt Lettick flew over A-1 in a Piper Cub observation plane to take a photo. This watercolor was later done from the photo. Note the landing craft at Omaha Beach and Pointe du Hoc at the upper left. 834th EAB
199 Final layout of A-98 (Rosieres En Haye) built by the 850th EAB.   850th EAB
200 V-E Day Haar, south of Munich (R-82) Munich-Riem Field later Munich International Airport. Luftwaffe Fighter Pilots who flew in from Russian Front to surrender to the Americans.   843rd EAB
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