John A Dorso

​259th, Company L

Shared by his son Matt Dorso

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John Amm

260th Infantry, Company C

Shared by his son, Roger Amm and documentarian Kane Farabaugh

​Kane worked with Roger to preserve John Amm's story and history, along with the history of the 65th Infantry Division. You can find a link to his DVD "The Greatest Honor" on our LINKS page.

MSGT Cedric S Baldwin "Ric"

​259th, E Company

Shared by his son John Baldwin

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Herman Bowers "M1 Memories"

261st, L Company 3rd Battalion

Compiled by son Doug Bowers

As shared in the Garand Collectors Association Journal, "Members Moment" page. 

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Stanley W Hojnacki

​260th, Company C

Shared by his son Ken Hojnacki


Group picture notes:

"My father with some of his buddies, presumably also from Co C 260th. Not sure where it was taken. My father is in the middle of the second row; the man second from left in last row is Lyman Johnson, a MSgt, I believe."


​Linz, Austria picture notes:

"Here is Dad in Linz, Austria with captured boats on the Danube. An iron cross pennant from one has been donated to the museum at Camp Shelby."

John Hohenstein

​260th, Company K

Shared by his son John Hohenstein


Regensburg, Germany picture notes:

"They'd taken Regensburg that morning."


​Berka, Germany picture notes:

"The 65th had moved into reserve for a couple of days at Berka after the battles at Langensalza and Struth a few days earlier."

Charlie Monroe Dunnam

261st Infantry

Shared by his son, James Monroe Dunnam...