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BATTERY “D” 76TH FIELD ARTILLERY CHRISTMAS DINNER 1934



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BATTERY “D” 76TH FIELD ARTILLERY CHRISTMAS DINNER 1934


The shield and the motto together form the regimental insignia. The 3rd Division colors, blue and white, form the basis of the shield. The canton (upper left part) is orange, the color of the 2nd Cavalry shield, its parent organization. In the center of the canton is the dragoon hat worn by the 2nd Cavalry when they were known as dragoons. The round symbolizes the motto, which is “Duty the Spirit of 76”
- Col. Albert S. Fuger, U.S.A. Ret.


76TH FIELD ARTILLERY



Margaret Davis Image Collection.



Battery “D” 76th Field Artillery Regiment, Presidio of Monterey, California 1938-39. (Joe Santone Image Collection).

In memory of Joe Santone Troop A, 11th Cavalry, Presidio of Monterey 1938-1940 who passed away August. 11, 2011. One of the last "Horse Soldiers"


BATTERY “D” 76TH FIELD ARTILLERY CHRISTMAS DINNER 1934

ROSTER OF BATTERY, CHRISTMAS 1934

BATTERY COMMANDER
G. J. Reid, 1st., 76th F.A.

RECONNAISSANCE OFFICER
R. Totten, 2nd Lt., 76th F.A.

ASST. RECONNAISSANCE OFFICER
H. M. Batson, 2nd Lt., 76th F.A.

EXECUTIVE OFFICER
M. Tague, 2nd Lt., 76th F.A.

ASST. EXECUTIVE OFFICER
P. H. Berkowitz, 2nd Lt., 76th F.A.

1ST SERGEANT
Dewey F. Seipt

SERGEANTS
Robert E. Abshier
Samuel Baeli
John Daly
Roy E. Eargle
Gordon P. Harrigan
Romie M. Hughes
Roy N. Little
Mike Mahar
John J. McCarthy
Walter S. Smentek

CORPORALS
Frank Azevedo
Leon J. Barat
Wayne E. Draper
Arthur J. Finnemore
Albert Freed
Clarence E. Helton
Raymond O’Connor
Thomas R. Oliveria
Franklin P. Thompson
Wood C. Yarbrough

PRIVATE FIRST CLASS
Robert L Angerer
James B. Barnes
William F. Bearden
Stephen L. Blascyk
Dorsey B. Bosserman
Harold T. Brown
Sterling A. Cook
Peter W. Dobrushlskie
Hubert W. Dunwoodie
Vernon J. Farup
Fredrick H. Folette
Joseph Gregory
George Gruber
Raymond L. Jones
Dale W. Kamerer
Charley E. Lingle
James E. Mahoney
Louis E. Mazick
Claude A. Miller
Manuel E. Oliveria
Walter E. Oliveria
Joseph Snnecuski
Joseph P. Sprenz
John Straub
Eldon H. Tueting
Charles Van Hoozer
Franklin L. Virgin
Clyde Winkle

PRIVATES
Leo M. Arabian
Millard P. Asbury
Chrales R. Ashley
Coleman Bailey
Robert Baum
Thelbert K. Bolin
Ray E. Bothe
William H. Coughran
Camiel DeBouvere
Havre A. Dolen, Jr.
Lawrence J. Doll
Clarence W. Durham
Lyle C. Fenton
Robert H. Gallwey
Clifton George
Clifton R. Gwynn
Bert E. Heintz
William B. Henry
John D. Liebgott
Frank R. Luther
Roy R. Lytle
James A. McCalpine
Edwin D. McNeely
Joseph A. Mihans
Wilburn G. Moore
Ronald A. Moren
Andrew M. Nossal
Walter E. Peterson
Perry E. Roan, Jr.
Robert O. Rucker
Sydney A. Russell
Henry W. Scharlottenberg
Alvin E. Schmoker
William L. Seaton
Harry E. Sherman
Romeo E. St. Denis
Michael Herbert, Jr.
William T. Hindman
Connie C. Hinton
Victor E. Hipkiss
Ralph H. Howards
Johnny D. Ingram
Artis J. Jones
John D. Kelly
Richard J. Leech
John J. Lewis
Woodrow M. Stiner
Alfred E. Tennyson
Melvin H. Tilden
Irving E. Tyrer
Everett J. Van Buren
Wilbur R. Whitlow
Edward Wilson
Robert M. Wood
Charles C. Wtight

MESS SERGEANT
John Daly

COOKS
Pfc. Charles E. Lingle
Pfc. Dorsey B. Bosserman
Pfc. George Gruber

DINNER ROOM ORDERLY
Pfc. Claude A. Miller


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FORT ORD U.S. ARMY STATION VETERINARY HOSPITAL (HORSE) WW2
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Fort Ord U.S. Army Station Veterinary Hospital (Horse) WW2


11TH CAVALRY PRESIDIO OF MONTEREY, 1919 TO 1940
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11th Cavalry Presidio of Monterey, 1919 to 1940


THE ARMY VETERINARY SERVICE DURING THE GREAT WAR, WW1
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The Army Veterinary Service During the Great War, WW1


SERGEANT LEONARD MURPHY VETERINARY HOSPITAL NO. 18, A.E.F., WW1
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Sergeant Leonard Murphy Veterinary Hospital No. 18, A.E.F., WW1





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