Photos of the 63rd Infantry Division
on occupation duty- Page 11
|The next few photos were supplied by Ryan Barker, Grandson
of Edward Gill, Headquarters Battery 861st Field Artillery
|Headquarters 861st FA Battalion
|Edward Gill, Hq Btry 861st FA(marked
with "X") Others unknown
|Identified as #3 gun firing, Battery unknown
|T/5 Zygmunt Bejanek (from New York City) motor
mechanic, Hq Btry 861st FA Bn
|Chow time during field exercise. Just like old times at Camp
Van Dorn. 861st FA Bn- Germany
|Relaxing in quarters. Pfc Charles Moddrell- Lyons, Kansas
on the left. Hq Btry 861st FA Bn
|Entrance to Camp Herbert A. Loree
|Now this is more like it. Dining at the Ritz. - 861st FA Bn.
Edward Gill, Hq Btry on the left.
|L: Tomas Garcia (Texas) and R: Willard
Craven (Georgia) taking a ten minute
break. Hq Btry 861st FA
|You know that the war is over when you see "Speed Limit" signs
along the road. I think the penalty for speeding appears a little
|FA Battery in position- 861st FA Battery unknown
|#1 Gun in ready position. Battery unkown 861st
|"After the last few months we need a drink".
Mullins and Padilla I Company 254th Inf Regt.
Photo furnished by Maj Cotton, Son-in-law of
Jack Smith I/254th