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“I” Company  of the 35th Regiment, 24th Infantry Division, Hawaii 1941

I was scanning my Dad’s Hawaiian Album and these were all his friends. They all served in “I” Company  of the 35th Regiment, 24th Infantry Division, Schofoeld Barracks, Hawaii in and around 1941. I’m posting these pictures in hopes that their kids and grandchildren are looking for them. Please leave me word in the comments if you made a connection. Good Luck.

Top Row

(Left to Right)

  • Bob Champayne- Manchester, New Hampshire
  • Donald Flanders- Roxbury, Massachusetts
  • Frank Belozur – Long Island, New York
  • Leo Donahue- Peabody, Massachusetts

Bottom Row

Left to Right

  • Peter(?) Hwandusky- Palmerton, Pennsylvania
  • Oliver Boudean- Everett, Massachusetts
  • Albert Neuvojna(?)-Bellerica, Massachusets
  • Willaim Arndt- Camden, New Jersey

Tony Anna- Long Island, New York

If you think you have a match, I have more info. Addresses  some service numbers.  Drop me a comment and work things out.

Good Luck,

Walt

 

 

 


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  • Laura May 29, 2012, 02:14

    I really salute them all this people are very inspiring..Thanks for sharing..

  • Darren June 1, 2012, 00:57

    I also made a similar post like this is my blog a year ago. It was nice to be able to reach out with the families of the men belonging in the same company with my granddad.

  • Gracie June 2, 2012, 00:57

    Thanks for sharing.. It was nice to be able to reach out with the families of the men belonging in the same company with my granddad.

  • Laura June 6, 2012, 03:25

    I really like this kind of post…Its easy to find them if there are in one company only..

  • walt313 October 28, 2013, 09:14

    Who was your Grandpa?

  • John Doyle December 31, 2015, 20:53

    Thanks for this. My Uncle Robert McPhail was in L Company 35th Reg. 25th Inf Div. He survived WWII then went on to fight in Korea.
    He died, still in service, in 1962. I am desperately trying to find out more about his experience. It took forever for the military to find his records. He was very highly decorated with a bronze star, 2 silver stars, and a distinguished service cross. They reinstated the presidential citations for my Mom before she died. I am sure many of these men here and Robert fought close by and knew each other. Those Fine Young Men! Thanks again!

  • John Doyle December 31, 2015, 21:05

    correction for typo: Robert was in L co, 35th reg, 24th inf div, right along side these men here you posted. ( typo stated 25th inf div.)

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