Reunions & Claims


REUNION COORDINATORS: To publicize your unit's reunion, fill out the form provided in the March 1999 issue or print out a form from VFW's website: http://www.vfw.org/magazine/51.shtml. Send to VFW Magazine, 406 W. 34th St., Suite 523, Kansas City, MO 64111. Please note that improperly completed or illegible forms will be discarded. Submit four months in advance of reunion date. Proposed reunions will be listed only when space is available.

AIR FORCE

1254th Air Trans Gp (Special Missions) Alumni: Joseph Kuchinsky (301) 948-8835; e-mail: Joe Kuchinsky.com

15th AF, 312th DRS, 41st ADG: Lawrence A. Schulte (785) 256-4308

1st Aircraft Assembly Sqdn: Walt Hill (978) 927-5426

440th FIS: Earl B. Fultz (301) 722-8131

Berlin Vets: Charles Farrell (727) 524-2327 or (423) 894-7368

Spectre Assn: Jim Thrasher (850) 897-4242

ARMY AIR FORCES

303rd Bomb Gp (H) (Molesworth, Eng., WWII): Ed Miller (580) 342-5119

52nd Ftr Gp, 2nd Ftr Sqdn (WWII): Wilbur Ganske (330) 928-3403

ARMY

1257th Engr (C) Bn (WWII): Mario Sansosti (412) 793-5630

182nd FA, all bns: Ed Baugh (734) 522-4566

1st Armd Div, 13th Med Tank Bn, Co D: W. Laverne Doll (608) 723-2928

1st Ord MM Co (Ft Bliss/Korea 1947-53): George Kvet (330) 769-4218

24th Inf Div, 3rd Engr C Bn: Billy Johnson (910) 424-3840

2nd Tank Bn, 9th Armd Div: James Maney (815) 965-5274

281st Engr Combat Bn Assn: Albert Cline (864) 489-6528

3rd & 6th Army HQ Co: J.G. (Moon) Mullens (409) 295-7489

303rd Bomb Gp Ed Miller (580) 342-5119

534th Amphib Engr Boat & Shore Rgt: Charles Whitson (513) 829-9933

555th/563rd/564th/566th/573rd Sig Aircraft Warn Bn (WWII): Walter L. Bryson (706) 356-8886

605th Ord Bn Assn (Africa/Italy): Charles W. Gilliam (864) 592-2515

709th MP Bn, 7814th ASU, 14th AC (Germany 1953-58) Brad Mitton (508) 880-2521

7th FA Obsn Bn: James E. Royals (912) 964-2565

8th FA Obsn Bn: HC. Anderson (918) 683-2395

838th AAA AW Bn: Ralph A. Lapin (573) 392-3298

94th Chem Mortar Bn, Cos A/B/C/D (WWII): Lee Graham 46 Honeysuckle Or., Mechanicsburg, PA 17055-3167

Berlin Vets: Charles Farrell (727) 524-2327 or (423) 894-7368

Fort Leonard Wood, MO: MSG Michael Alley (573) 563-6150 or 6175

Ranger Battalions Assn (WWII): James J. Alteri (949) 673-8584

Society for the Preservation of Historic Fort Sam Houston: Martin A. Peters (210) 930-1603; e-mail: Peters4188@aol.com

Third Inf Div (all levels, all units): Andy Scullion (909) 352-1878

VII US Army Corps Edward J. Svik (402) 892-3662

MARINE CORPS

Marina 4.5" Rocket (WWII): Marvin F. Taylor (605) 693-3639

NAVY

18h Special NCB (WWII): Randy Roberts (706) 857-4627

Berlin Vets: Charles Farrell (727) 524-2327 or (423) 894-7368

CBMU 546: Paul B. McCrate (419) 523-4272

LST 1025: James R. Berger (516) 273-5306

LST 855: Sid Rodehorst (308) 237-5320

USS Banner APA60: H.K. Brooks (409) 548-2760

USS Bell OD587: Bill Cavanaugh (843) 347-9714

USS Bismarck Sea CVE-95 & VC-86: John Papadakis (530) 345-6805

USS Bollinger APA234: Charlie Stewart (409) 642-1704

USS Chenango CVE-28 / Air Gps 28/35/25/33: Larry Lippert (517) 463-1819

USS Fabius ARV(5) & USS Aventinus ARV(3): Martin Slemp (605) 665-580

USS Floyd B. Parks DD884 (all crew): James Robbins (530) 283-3265

USS Forrestal CVA/CV/AVT-59: Hugh McCabe (757) 340-1105

USS Gatling DD-671: Gene Woodward (757) 721-6028

USS Greenwich Bay AVP-41: Neal H. Bancroft (937) 548-1702

USS LST 864 "Lady Luck" Frank J. Burns (941) 993-1921

USS LST1041: Henry Lenz, Sr. (410) 679-4499

USS Massey: Jack Zagaros (612) 533-2696

USS McNair DD679: Arthur E. …

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