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HQ COMPANY, 2nd  BATTALION - CAMP MACKALL, 1943 (or other location as noted)
Pfc J. M. Adams
 
Pfc Alton B. Agee
 
T/4 Johnny G. Aleck
(1945, Frankfurt, Germany, courtesy of Marianne Aleck)
T/4 Johnny G. Aleck
(1945, Frankfurt, Germany, courtesy of Marianne Aleck)
Pvt Cruz J. Amaya
 
Pvt Charles F. Andrews Pvt Charles F. Andrews
(left) somewhere in Normandy, washes his hands while an unidentified  trooper tries to work up enough lather to shave  The man on the right is also unidentified.
SSgt John S. Appleton
Cadre member
Cadet Reamer Welker Argo, Jr.
U.S. Military Academy, Class of 1945.  He was a veteran of WW-II, Korea and Vietnam.
Col Reamer Welker Argo, Jr.
date and location unknown.
   As a 2/Lt, Argo was the Hq/2 81mm Mortar Platoon Leader about May 1946 at Heddernheim, Germany.
   He may may have remained in Europe with another unit when the 508th shipped back to the states in November 1946 for deactivation.
   In Korea, while a member of the 11th Airborne, he was severely wounded on 7 December 1950 and was evacuated to a field hospital.  He did not return to active duty until August 1951.
   In 1968 he was the Command Historian for General Westmorland at MACV in Saigon during the Tet Offensive. He was also involved in military history after he returned to the states and after he retired from the Army.

   

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