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joe kovach wrote at 2015-01-07 18:31:26
I was in C company of the 264th from June 1955 to October 1956. At that time we had the 280mm cannons. I would be interested in finding any others who were in C company during that time.


Robert Gribben Jr. wrote at 2015-10-27 13:12:34
My father was in the 264th in WWII, and there guns were 8" howitzers. He did not speak about the war much, but I know they were in support of our front lines during the Battle of the Bulge. His name was Robert Gribben and passed on 4/21/12.  


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Alan F. Cagle

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Specialize in WWII/Korean War, Army Enlisted Discharges (WD AGO Form 53-55) It is currently called the DD-214. I have a good general knowledge of the WWII and Korean Theatres of Operations. I can (usually) translate the military abbreviations on the form and provide some background on the soldier’s unit, its history and campaigns as well as providing additional reference sites for the user. I am a former US Army Infantry Officer on Active Duty during the Vietnam War.

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I am a former US Army Infantry Officer on Active Duty during the Vietnam War (1970-71).

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BA Economics (University of Alabama 1970) MA Sociology (Louisiana State University 1975)

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