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The following photos relating to Pfc Grover C. Van Pentz Jr and the Medical
Detachment, 863d FA Battalion were furnished by Mrs Peggy Van Pentz Jr.
Members of  Medical Detachment, 863d FA
Battalion in Germany, 1945.  Not identified
Members of Medical Detachment, 863d FA
Battalion in Germany, 1945.  Only identified as
(l-R)  Chuck and Paul
US Army Field Hospital near Heidelberg, Germany 1945
Member of Medical Detachment, 863d FA
Battalion in Germany 1945.  Not identified
Members of Medical Detachment 863d FA
Battalion in Germany, 1945.  Not identified
Members of Medical Detachment, 863d FA Battalion in
Germany, 1945.  Not identified
Member of Medical Detachment, 863d FA Battalion
in Germany, 1945.  Not identified
Medical Detachment, 863d FA Battalion unit crossing a river
courtesy of the Combat Engineers.  Germany 1945
Members of Medical Detachment, 863d FA
Battalion relaxing during a lull in the battle,
Germany 1945.  Not identified
German Messerschmitt 262 jet aircraft in camouflaged area-
Germany 1945
Members of Medical Detachment, 863d FA Battalion in Germany 1945.  Not
identified.
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Pfc Darrell D. Richards, D Company 254th
Infantry Regiment.  Germany 1945
Pfc Frank L. Pearsey, I Company,
255th Infantry Regiment-  Germany
1945
Captain Frank Piontek, CO, D Company 254th
Infantry Regiment somewhere in
Germany-1945
Members of D Company, 254th Infantry
Regiment take a break along with their pet
dog- Germany 1945
Captain Frank Piontek, CO, D
Company 254th Infantry Regiment
somewhere in Germany 1945
Unidentified member of D Company
254th Infantry Regiment in Germany
1945
Cpl Edward F. Fowle, Jr, Headquarters Battery,
862d FA Bn, March 1945 Germany