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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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70th Anniversary Leyte Landing

Col. McMahon has just finished adding captions to his gallery of photos from the 70th Anniversary of the Leyte Landing in the Philippines on October 20, 2014. You can find this and other Galleries of photos at the GALLERIES link above, or by clicking on the following link. 70th Anniversary of the Leyte Landing Photos...

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“We’re all losers in a war”

From STARS AND STRIPES online: 95 years old, but still looking ahead — and back — Herbert Kirchoff, one of three remaining suvivors of CO. B of the 192nd Tank Battalion from Maywood, Illinois, is the subject of a great online article. Follow this link to read more about Pvt. Kirchoff’s wartime experiences, as well...

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VP Walker’s Opening Remarks

A transcription of the opening remarks presented by MBDO Vice President Edwin H. Walker, IV, at this year’s Maywood Bataan Day on September 14, 2014 2014 Opening Remarks

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