|Company C: All members of the
Cable Repair Teams are listed on Company C's roster
attached to the July 14, 1944 Company Morning Report
Based on that all probably were deployed to Normandy on July 25 and were among the members of the 3110th who served in Tamerville and Valognes.
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February 8, 1944:
G.L. Teams *
Camp Wood, New Jersey.
2nd from the right:
Wilbert H. Hansen.
3rd from the right:
Warren J. Martin.
Albert L. Lewis
Laurence M. Slack
John G. Artie
George R. Miller
Rich W. Wang
Floyd C. Milhouse
Andrew W. Morvay
Harold E. Quinley
Wilbert. H. Hansen
John B. Rada, Jr.
Harold K. Sullivan
George H. Kiester
|Photos shared by Warren J. Martin Jr.,
Esq., son of the late 3110th veteran Warren J. Martin.
|Photos of Signal Corps soldiers from
units other than the 3110th Cable Repair Team
working with cables.. Also includes a photo of the
most commonly used cable in the European Theatre of
Operations (ETO). Researcher: Chad Phillips.)
Team: According to TO and E 11-500 GL is the
early prefix for Cable Repair Team. GL was changed to
GX on 1 July 1943.
Source: Table of Organization and Equipment (TO and E) 11-500 page 64 and GX.
Researcher: Chad Phillips of the WW2 US Signal Corps Reenactors, Researchers and Collectors Worldwide and 33rd Signal Construction Battalion Reenactors.
|Cited Company Morning Reports:
Corrected July 14, 1944 Morning Report with roster page 3
Roster pages 1 and 2
material not in the public domain © 2015 - 2016 |
and Warren J. Martin Jr., Esq.
Last Major Update: August 14, 2016
Posted: December 2, 2015