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Pfc Fred Clinton's 81mm Mortar Squad, D Company 254th Infantry Regiment- April 1945-
somewhere in Germany.  Left to right in the photo-  Driver Pfc Howard Loucks (?), in the rear- Pfc
Carl Armstrong,  sitting on the rear of jeep- Pfc Leonard Motyka, in the rear-right side of the photo
on the left-  Pfc Wilson E. Frutchy and on the right Pfc Jerry or James Harrison (they were twins)
Pfc Fred Clinton's 81mm Mortar Squad, D
Company 254th Infantry Regiment, in action-
April 1945.  Somewhere in Germany
S/Sgt Claude Shehane, G Company
255th Infantry Regiment in
Waldenburg, Germany, April 1945
Members of G Company, 255th Infantry Regiment on the road in
Germany, April 1945.  S/Sgt Claude Shehane is the highest soldier
standing in the left center of the photo
L-R:  S/Sgt Adrian Williams and S/Sgt Claude Shehane, G Company 255th Infantry
Regiment in Gunzberg, Germany, April 1945.
German Prisoners of War captured by G Company, 255th
Infantry Regiment on the move to the rear- April 1945
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