|The following photographs pertain to Pfc Floyd Exeter a former member of K Company, 253d
Infantry Regiment after he was evacuated from his unit for frozen feet in January 1945.
|L-R: John Arnold and Pfc Floyd Exeter K/253d Inf Regt. In the front is an Austrian Orphan by
name of Gerhart Kilotat. Paris France 1945
|Pfc Floyd Exeter, K Company 253d Infantry Regiment shaking hands with Sad Sack, France
|L-R: Pfc Floyd Exeter, K Company 253d Infantry Regiment, Martin Schultz, Tyson and Dewey
Coffey at the Fountainbleau, France 1945. Units for Schultz, Tyson and Coffey not known.
|On the left is S/Sgt Willis Tompkins formerly of C Battery S/Sgt Willis Tompkins formerly of C Battery, 861st FA Bn
861st FA Bn. Shown here in Belgium. 1945. Location and date unknown
|The following photographs were in a collection purchased by Tim Malone from e-Bay and were identified as being from the 254th Infantry
Regiment. None of the individuals in the photos were identified. From the uniforms and backgrounds I am making the assumption that
these photos were made during the occupation period of the 254th Infantry Regiment- May-Aug 1945