112th Field Artillery Regiment

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Name: Art Bloomer <abloomer@brickfire.org>
Date: 2013-11-02
Comments:
My grandfather servered with the 112th during wwI....where can I find more info on his service....and possibly any photos....I have his entire uniform.
 

Name: john j. mcgowan <jmcgowandustoff78@comcast.net>
Date: 2013-10-12
Comments:
I grew up next to the armory of the 112th on eggerts crossing rd. My father was th co of the unit at that time. Many fond memories and free bare back horse rides in the horse pattocks.
 

Name: Greg Westen <greg.westen@yahoo.com>
Date: 2013-02-01
Comments:
I love the photos of the medical units. My father was an M.D. assigned to the U.S. 9th CAVALRY circa 1942-1944 at Fort Clark,Texas. He was second in command of the 9th CAVALRY MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.
Sincerely,Greg Westen

 

Name: Frank P Mazzarisi <Frankee1917@gmail.com>
Date: 2012-07-28
Comments:
Was with bat.C. In Morristown , then called to duty and went to Fort Bragg. Age now 95' living in Fla. Any others of c bat around. My hores namee were Leo. And Davis, swing team.
 

Name: Frank P Mazzarisi <Frankee1917@gmail.com>
Date: 2012-07-28
Comments:
Was with bat.C. In Morristown , then called to duty and went to Fort Bragg. Age now 95' living in Fla. Any others of c bat around. My hores namee were Leo. And Davis, swing team.
 

Name: Edward D. Western <gwes129@bellsouth.net>
Date: 2012-04-04
Comments:
My dad, August E. Western of Cranbury, NJ, was in the 112th prior to its activation for WWII. He was exempt from active service because he was responsible for a major supply contract for the Army. He was able to buy several of the horses after their activation and I rode them when I was a kid in the 1940's. I have a few pictures of my dad on the horses.

Thank you for the web site.

Edward D. Western, 115 Suzanne Place, Kingston, TN 37763

 

Name: Robert B,D. Hartman <hartmab@culver.org>
Date: 2011-08-01
Comments:
The Culver Military Academy's horse drawn unit of five French .75s remained "on duty" until the middle of 1943 when it was disbanded. The mounts, all bays and browns, were culled for the most suitable for jumping, polo, or riding, and given to the Academy. The guns, caissons, and limbers disappeared into the ether. Today Culver maintains eight artillery batteries pulled by three quarter ton weapons carriers.+
 

Name: Greg Krenzelok <gregkrenzelok@msn.com>
Date: 2010-12-18
Comments:
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