Photographs - Page 42

Pictures form various sources.
 

Paul Vancelette at a National Guard encampment after the war, and after making the rank of Captain.The picture came from Paul Dean Vancelette, whose dad, Paul Vancelette, served with C/276 as a platoon leader. Paul was awarded the Silver Star and Bronze Star and was wounded at Wingen. Photo: Paul Dean Vancelette.

The crew of a 57mm gun works smoothly in training in Oregon in 1943. Unit and GIs are unidentified. Trailblazer photo in the Jan 1986 issue.

Port of Embarkation certificate issued to Wilson DeCamp. Courtesy of Wilson DeCamp.

Backside of certificate with signatures of buddies. Courtesy of Wilson DeCamp.

Stan Rugel's ID Card. Courtesy Stan's daughter Debbie Bello.

Stan's recommendation for the Bronze Star. He was awarded the medal after he was transfered to the 3rd Division. Courtesy of Stan's daughter Debbie Bello.

Letter from Stan's C.O. Courtesy of Stan's daugher Debbie Bello.

1st Bn Aid Station in Philippsbourg. Photo Courtesy of Stan's daughter Debbie Bello.

2nd Bn Aid Station in Barenthal. Photo Courtesy of Stan's daughter Debbie Bello.

3rd Bn Aid Station in Philippsbourg. Photo Courtesy of Stan's daughter Debbie Bello.

CP and Aid Station in Philippsbourg. Photo Courtesy of Stan's daughter Debbie Bello.

Dragon's teeth near Saarbrucken. Photo Courtesy of Stan's daughter Debbie Bello.

Hill N of Philippsbourg where first litter hauls were made. Photo Courtesy of Stan's daughter Debbie Bello.

Niederbronn wire factory. Photo Courtesy of Stan's daughter Debbie Bello.

275th Reg Aid Station on road between Philippsbourg and Niederbronn. Photo Courtesy of Stan's daughter Debbie Bello.

What's left of the RR station in Niederbronn. Photo Courtesy of Stan's daughter Debbie Bello.

"Sniper Rock" view from 3rd Bn Aid Station in Philippsbourg. Photo Courtesy of Stan's daughter Debbie Bello.

3/4 ton medical vehicle destroyed by direct mortar hit. Photo Courtesy of Stan's daughter Debbie Bello.