Issued M10's while still in the States. 760th Tank Battalion. Arrived Casablanca, Morocco, 25 January, 1943. Do you have 76TH TANK BATTALION 11TH AIRBORNE DIVISION Reunion information you'd like to share Relive & share the memories of your service time with your brothers & sisters in arms today. Fought in area of Maknassy and Ferryville, Tunisia. To link to this object, paste this link in email, IM or document To embed this object, paste this HTML in website. Did you proudly serve in 76TH TANK BATTALION 11TH AIRBORNE DIVISION? Army, United States. The 76th Guards Air Assault Division is a division of the Russian Airborne Troops based in Pskov. -- Army -- Infantry Division, 99th, World War II, World War, 1939-1945, United States.

also worn by the 11th airborne recon company 1952-1957 and troop b … Home World War II Operational Documents 760th Tank Battalion. Captain Heard was company commander of C Company from late 1944 through the end of the war. Are you looking for someone who is or was in 76TH TANK BATTALION 11TH AIRBORNE DIVISION? View Description.

Save to favorites. Redesignated as medium tank battalion on … 76th Reconnaissance Troop (Mechanized) 00.00.0000-00.00.0000: 76th Quartermaster Company: 00.00.0000-00.00.0000: 301st Engineer Combat Battalion: 00.00.0000-00.00.0000 Captain John W Heard Bernard "Bud" H Fink, B Company, passed away on November 6th, 2018 Bud's Obituary It is with great sadness that we say goodbye to: John W Heard, C Company, passed away on January 18, 2019. us army 76th and 710th airborne tank battalion, 11th airborne division, 1950-1957, cut-edged parachute badge oval. Publication date 1945 Usage Public Domain Mark 1.0 Topics World War, 1939-1945 -- Tank Warfare, WWII, United States. The Path of Destruction: 786th Tank Battalion by 786th Tank Battalion. Activated as a light tank battalion on 16 May 1942 at Fort Lewis, Washington, under command of Maj. John Upham. Unit History: On 21 December, 1941, a provisional antitank battalion of the 76th Field Artillery Brigade was activated as the 776th Tank Destroyer Battalion. The division traces its lineage back to the 76th Guards Rifle Division, formed in March 1943 from the 157th Rifle Division for that division's actions during the Battle of Stalingrad.

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