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Of Special Note…

Of Special Note… Interesting facts about the men of the 192nd, as well as their families.   Robert Brooks, D Company, an African-American, was the first tanker killed in WWII at Clark Field. Brooks Field at Fort Knox, Kentucky is named in his honor. Henry Deckert, B Company, was the first tanker KIA in tank to tank...

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Can You Help Identify These Men?

Over the years, there have been many attempts made to identify all the men pictured on the famous “Lido Theater Bataan Mural”. The original picture, a copy of which hangs in the board room of the Maywood Public Library, has a legend at the bottom that does not really correspond completely with the figures in the mural....

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Village To Retain Control of Veterans Park

Recent discussions by the Maywood Village Board and Maywood Park District will probably result in most of the parks in Maywood being turned over to the Maywood Park District, but the Village decided to retain control over the Veterans Park where the Maywood Bataan Day memorials, as well as other veteran memorials are. Given our...

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New Gallery – Capas Freedom March 2017

Col. McMahon continues to update this gallery, but it is now available for your preview. Go to GALLERIES > PHILIPPINE EVENTS ALBUM and scroll to CAPAS FREEDOM MARCH 2017 or CLICK HERE to...

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