Army 36th Infantry Division - T-Patch 36th Division News
T-PATCH was the 36th Division Newspaper ... Sgt. Bill Jary, Managing Editor; Pfc. Robert R. Sieger, News Editor; Pfc, John A. Hyman, Feature Editor; S/Sgt. Max E. Shaffer, Photographer ... Staff Writers: Pfc. Anthony S. Amoscato, Pfc. John Westenberg ... Unit Correspondents: Pfc. Clarence Lasky, 141; Pfc. Howard Jones, 142; Sgt. Bill Morris, 132; Pfc. Morton Wilson, 133; Pfc. Vincent Wogman, 155; Pfc. Joseph Ershun, 111 Med. ... Published by the Public Relations Office, 1st Lt. Sumner S. Wilson, Supervising Officer, with the cooperation of Major Benjamin F. WIlson, Jr., I and E Officer; and Captain Theodore J. Nykiel, Special Service Officer

T-Patch 36th Division News 1945 04 15
T-Patch 36th Division News 1945 04 15
Vol. 3 No. 2 ... 36th Overseas Two Years; Texas division lands at Oran, Africa, fights through Italy, France, Germany ... The Lone Star Flies Over Germany, Major Arnim F. Puck, Division Provost Marshal at the great gate north of Wissembourg ... General Eisenhower, Devers, Dahlquist Commend Troops ... 143rd Fools Nazi Mayor; Gauleiter Burckel of Westmark ... Officer Records Atlantic Voyage, New York to Oran in fortnight ... The Dragon's Teeth Extracted by the 36th Division; T-Patch Staff Photos by Shaffer ... One of the freedoms to which Franklin D. Roosevelt dedicated his life; freedom of religious worship; Lt. Col. Herbert E. Mac Combie, Division Chaplain ... Arty FO Foils Woodchoppers; Sgt. James S. Wade, New Castle, Ind; FDC group, 133rd Field Artillery fires at Germans chopping wood ... William Penn Jones III, son of Capt. Penn Jones, 36th Division Quartermaster Company ... E.T.O. Texans Bid CG, Seek Others, Jay C. Stilley S./Sgt ... The 36th Division Command: Maj. Gen. John E. Dahlquist, Commanding General; Brig. Gen. Walter W. Hess, Jr., Division Artillery Commander; Brig. Gen. Robert I. Stack, Assistant Division Commander; Col. John J. Albright, Chief of Staff; Col. Jesse B. Matlack, Executive Officer, Division Artillery ... Regimental Commanders: Col. Charles H. Owens, Commanding Officer, 141st Infantry; Col. George E. Lynch, Commanding Officer,142nd Infantry; Lt. Col. Charles J. Denholm, Commanding Officer, 143rd Infantry ... For Conspicious Gallantry, these men received nation's highest battle award: at Altavilla: T/Sgt. Charles E. Kelly, 143rd Infantry, Pittsburgh, PA; Lt. Arnold C. Bjorklund, 142nd Infantry, Seatle, Wash; Pvt. William J. Crawford, 142nd Infantry, Pueblo, Col. (Prisoner of War); At Salerno: T/Sgt. James T. Logan, 141st Infantry, Luling, Tex.; At Montelimar: Lt. Stephen R. Gregg, 143rd Infantry, Bayonne, N.J.; At Magliano: T/Sgt. Homer L. Wise, 142nd Infantry, Baton Rouge, La.; At the Rapido: S/Sgt Thomas E. McCall, 143rd Infantry, Viedersburgh, Ind. (POW) ... CP essentials lead advance, Lt. Col. David Faulkner, Villa Park, Ill. and Sgt. Grover Lightfoot, Coleman, Texas ... Command Performance, Marlene Dietrich ...Welterweight Champ Fights With 142nd, Pfc. George F. Richards, Wakefield, Mass. ... The Immortal Pfc, by Pretsch, 141st

T-Patch 36th Division News 1945 10 14
T-Patch 36th Division News 1945 10 14
Vol. 4 No. 22 ... 36th To bypass Camp Oklahoma City ... Processing to be completed here before moving direct to port: Colonel Jacob Zellers, Cpl John Wastenberg ... Generals Farewell: John E. Dahlquist ... Nothing flies but chicken around AAC, by Cpl John Westenberg Morris E. Crain, of Barlow, Kentucky, hero of Hagenau, fourteenth CMH winner ... Division Opens Clothing Drive For Wars Vistims: 141st Infantry Pfc Lloyd Malstrom and Miss Raffaline Bast of the Red Cross ...Inquiring Photographer, by Pfc. Don Judd; S/Sgt Bernard P. Dryz, Chicago, Ill, H. Company, 142 Inf. Pfc Andy R Vasque, Los Angeles, Cal. 36th MP Platoon, Pfc Don L. See, Armonk, New York, Hq Company, 36th Div., Cpl. William M. Hargadon, Edgewater, New Jersey. D Co. 111th Medics, Pfc Juan O. Achoa, Spur, Texas. M. Co. 143rd Infantry ... APO (All Pooed Out): Corporal Don Ungar, Texas Division mail clerk ... Jet Plane Plant Located Near Ulm: T-Patch correspondent Wallace White and ARC Clubmobiler Jeanne Hickey touring the abandon Messerschmidt 262 factory by the Danube River; Pfc. William Davis


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