|The following photographs were extracted from the Memoirs of Pfc John Ritner, I Company 254th Infantry
Regiment. The Memoirs appear on the History of the 254th Infantry Regiment CD and were furnished by David
Ritner, son of Pfc Ritner.
|Cooling off in the Main River, Germany. L-R: Romey, Pfc Jerome B
Fletcher, T/5 Harry M Kimball Jr, Pfc John Ritner, Pfc Jackson and
two Polish DPs
|L-R: Lt Vincent C McFarland, S/Sgt Glen Riley, S/Sgt Jackson Mims,
S/Sgt Harry Camper, S/Sgt Thomas J. Logan, Sgt Milton F. Sharp
and Sgt Duffy- I Company, 254th Infantry Regiment- Germany 1945
|Pfc John Ritner at Saint Moritz, Switzerland,
February 1946 while serving in Germany
with the occupation forces.
|Corporal Albert J. Coughlin, B
Company 263d Engr Combat Battalion
at the grave site of his brother Jim in
|Sgt Gerard J. Turnier and T/5 Donald Simbeck Jr in
Nancy, France- 563d Signal Company
|T/4 Raymond E. Harmon and Pvt Arthur H.
Stickle, 563d Signal Company
|L-R: ????? and Pfc Silvio C. Ezzillo- G
Company 255th Infantry Regiment
|At the far right is Pfc Silvio C. Ezzillo, G
Company 255th Infantry Regiment. Others
are not identified.
|Pfc Silvio C. Ezzillo, G Company 255th
|L-R:????????and Pfc Silvio C. Ezzillo,
G Company, 255th Infantry Regiment
|L-R: T/5 Arthur D. Pinkham (A/363d Med Bn and
F/253d Inf Regt), 2d Lt Daniel Elledge, F/253d Inf Regt
and Cpl Lyle P Geeting F/253d Inf Regt- Germany 1945
|T/5 Arthur D. Pinkham, A/363 Med Bn
and F/253d Inf Regt- Germany 1945
|L-R: T/5 Arthur D. Pinkham- A/363d Med Bn and
F/253d Inf Regt and Cpl Lyle P Geeting, F/253d Inf
Regt- Germany 1945
|Far Left: Pvt Vincent J. Cangelosi, L&F
Company, 255th Infantry Regiment. Others in
the photo are not identified. Probably not 63d
soldiers since it appears that this photo was
taken after Pvt Cangelosi left the division.
|T/5 Glenn F. Taylor, Headquarters Battery, 718th FA Bn. Photos were taken
after T/5 Taylor left the division. He was transferred to the 36th Infantry
Division after the war in Europe.