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Photograph of the 3rd Regimental Training Company, Camp Van Dorn, MS, 26 April 1944.   The only soldier identified is Pfc George H. Scott who later was assigned to E Company, 253d Infantry Regiment.  Pfc Scott is the soldier in the third row right center with the "X" on his chest.  This photo was furnished
by Mr Albert Reimers of Stony Brook, NY.
3d Company RTG
63rd Infantry Division
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Milton Caniff-  Miss Lace pin-up Original Art-undated.   Hubba!  Hubba!.  The men of the 63rd Infantry Division are
zeroing in on their objective--the smokin hot Miss Lace!.  Milton Caniff drew this sizzling specialty piece to
commemorate the first anniversary of the boys of "Blood and Fire" at Camp Van Dorn.  Mail call, starring Miss
Lace was syndicated to more newspapers than any other comic strip in history, approximately 3,000 all told.  
Milton Caniff began the strip on January 24, 1943 and continued his "good girl" feature for the duration of the
war.   Since the audience was nearly all-male, her adventures tended to be quite "spicy".  Along with George
Baker's Sad Sack and Bill Mauldin's Willie and Joe, Miss Lace numbers among the most fondly recalled of World
War II's military-related cartoon characters.  The final Male Call strip appeared on 3 March 1946.
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L-R:  S/Sgt Claude Shehane G Company 255th Infantry Regiment prior to going to the
European Theater of Operations with his unit in 1944.  On the Right- S/Sgt Claude
Shehane on his return to the US after the war. 1946
Pfc Joseph A. Pulichene,  3d Platoon, L Company,
255th Infantry Regiment.  If you have knowledge of
Pfc Pulichene's experience in the service please
contact his son, Joe Pulichene, e-mail-
Pulichene@hotmail.com or by phone 630-430-2700
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Pfc John F. Troy, Medical Detachment,
254th Infantry Regiment. France 1945
Left Photo-  S/Sgt George C. English, B Battery 718th FA Battalion- Germany 1945 just
prior to his being promoted.  Right Photo-  S/Sgt George C. English and his wife, Victoria,
New Jersey 2011.
Captain Charles R. King, Service Company, 254th Infantry Regiment sent this photo of
the Maintenance Section of the 254th Infantry Regiment Motor Pool.  None are identified.
He would like to hear from any of these men.  Captain King can be contacted at 12272
River Road, Richmond, VA 23238-6100
Left Photo:  T/Sgt Carl V. Anderson, E Company 253d Infantry Regiment, Paris France
8 May 1945.  Right Photo:  T/Sgt Anderson, Veterans Day 2010.
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