Taken by Rex Combs after landing in Holland. The Jachthius area is
marked with an arrow (on right, one third down). The red line is
thought to be the route Rex Combs and his squad took to the Nijmegen bridge
and back to Den Heuvel near Wyler, approximately a 7-8 mile route.
(center) owned the Jachthius (hunting lodge) where the 1st Battalion aid
station was set up. The other two men are unidentified.
on steps of their home (undated)
Medics, 1st Battalion
taken in Jachthius during a respite period:
[l-r]: [front row] T/5 Lim A. Morgan; Capt Theodore Weeks (Asst.
Capt. David Axelrod (Battalion Surgeon)
[center row] Nunzio J.
Moretti; Gordon H. Cullings; unknown; SSgt. Everon P. Rutt
[back row] Michael F.
Bednaz; unknown; unknown; John R. Coates
of the home at *Tevenheuvelenweg 22,
Berg En Dal, Holland today
* Literally, the address
translates to Huntinghouse of the Seven Hills Road
note the decorative brick openings which are
partially seen in the photo above, front row, left of T/5 Morgan's arm