Photographs - Page 62

The following pictures come from Sharon Bates, whose dad, Ernest Van Engelmann, served with A/270. Mr. Engelmann currently resides in Illinois. Photos 10, 11 come from Amber Clement, whose great uncle Dan Gregg served with the dental section of the 270th Engineers. Photo 12 comes from Joel Miller, whose dad served with Hqs. Co./274.
 

Photo 1: Camp Adair - 2nd Platoon, A/270. For name key see below. Photo: Sharon Bates/Ernest Van Engelmann.

Photo 2: Ernest Van Engelmann in a Jeep. Looks like to be Camp Adair. Photo: Sharon Bates/Ernest Van Engelmann.

Photo 3: Bayonet practice. Photo: Sharon Bates/Ernest Van Engelman.

Photo 4: From left to right - Peter Rael (Grants, New Mexico), Ernest Van Engelman (Oakwood, Illinois), Mike Lancelot (Brooklyn, NY). "Best Friends" Photo: Sharon Bates/Ernest Van Engelmann.

Photo 5: Building a pontoon type bridge across the Luckimute River, Oregon. Photo: Sharon Bates/Ernest Van Engelmann.

Photo 6: Building a pontoon type bridge across the Luckimute River, Oregon. Photo: Sharon Bates/Ernest Van Engelmann.

Photo 7: Completed pontoon type bridge across the Luckimute River, Oregon. Photo: Sharon Bates/Ernest Van Engelmann.

Photo 8: Group photo after training exercise. Same photo as Lloyd Porter's. See Key below for names. Photo: Sharon Bates/Ernest Van Engelmann.

Photo 9: Company A/270 photo from Camp Adair.

Photo 10: Dan Gregg on right. Unknown Trailblazer on left. Photo: Amber Clement.

Photo 11: Dental Section of 270th Engineers. Dan Gregg is standing in back row, far left. Names on the picture include: John Smith, Deforest Runckle, Mark Gottlieb, Herbert O?oske, Capt. James W. Reynolds (Dental Surgeon), Michel Holley, Robert World.

Photo 12: Hq Co 274th at Camp Adair. Courtesy of Joel Miller. Joel's dad Carl served with HqCo/274.

Soldiers in photographs above:

Photo 1: 1. Egland, 2. Wells, 3. Cool, 4. Flores, 5. Moeler, 6. Bass, 7. Rael, 8. Walker, 9. Me (Van Engelmann), 10. Mike Lancelot, 11. Wade, 12. Porter, 13. Dorn, 14. Knisley, 15. Lt. Hammond, 16. Johson, 17. Easley, 18. Morgan, 19. Harp, 20. Fulton, 21. Swanson, 22. White Cotton. NOTE from Engelmann: Covered in mud from being on the rifle range where we all had to crawl under barbed wire while machine guns were firing. One guy is not in the picture because he stuck his rear up to high and was creased by a bullet.

Photo 8: Driver of truck (standing by cab) Kissar - he was a truck driver in real life. Straight line from left to right - omitting the 2 guys in front. 1. Unknown, 2. Unknown, 3. Fulton, 4. Hamilton, 5. Norman Redeye (Redeye was a big guy off the reservation in Oklahoma - very easygoing, 6. Unknown, 7. Unknown, 8. Cool, 9. Moeler, 10. Rael, 11. Lancelot, 12. Unknown, 13. Porter, 14. Engelmann (holding helmet), 15. Unknown, 16. Knisley.