752nd Railway Operating Battalion Barney photos

724th TRSB-photos



Thanks to Alfred Roberts

752nd Donald Wayne Barclay Sr obit

752nd Donald Wayne Barclay Obit

752nd ROB: Division Mourns Death of Jim Guerci

752nd Division Mourns Death of Jim Guerci

Destination Berlin: "The Transportation Corps will furnish the necessary transportation!" 1944

Destination Berlin by Nancy

752nd Railway Operating Battalion Thomas E. Williams photos



Thanks to Dave Williams

1. Dad & Robert Barnes, my dad, Thomas Ervin Williams on left
2. My dad, Thomas E. Williams, Holland, 1945
3. My dad, Thomas E. Williams, Camp Gray, 1944, 752nd ROB, 2cd row third from left
3. Dad and members of his unit, 752nd ROB, France, 2nd row third from right.

765th Transportation Railway Shop Battalion maps and articles

765th Transportation Railway Shop Battalion Awards

765th TRSB Award by Nancy

765th Transportation Railway Shop Battalion Insignia

765th TRSB Insignia by Nancy

765th Transportation Railway Shop Battalion photos



many from Ron Torii-thanks !

United States Army No. 101

United States Army No101 by Nancy

709th Railway Grand Division by Dave Kaufman

709th Railway Grand Division by Nancy on Scribd

8010th TMRS photos



From Bernerd Drury

  • Relaxing at the 8010th TMRs club with some of my friends.I am the cpl
  • Bernerd in yokohama japan sumer 1952
  • I remember two of these GIs, the big guy holding a can is Billy Rictie and the one holding a picture is Fortner.
  • Bernerd on 70th birthday
  • Unit patch

721st Railway Operations Battalion Co C Soldier Trip Home

721st Railway Operations Battalion Co C Soldier Trip Home by Nancy

The U.S. Army in Post World War II Japan, 1945-1952

The U.S. Army in Post World War II Japan, 1945-1952 This video presentation features history of the U.S. Army in Japan following "September 2, 1945 ... [when] representatives of the Japanese government and the Allied powers gathered to sign an instrument of surrender which in effect, formally ended World War II." Also includes transcripts, photos, documents (such as the 1946 Constitution of Japan) and suggested readings and links to online resources. From the United States Army.

URL: http://www.army.mil/postwarjapan/

747th Railway Operating Battalion photos from KSanford



Karen writes:

1) Bob Nyberg & interpreter "Peirre" in France

2) Some Italian children in Rome who were hard to keep away from the supply room

3) John Reaple

4) Middle LH side, my Father Ken Sanford holding on to side of train

5) Bottom RH side "703 guys Marseille France"

6) bottom LH side someone named Ed Sanders

716th soldiers court martial

716th soldiers by Nancy

716th High-Ball Newsletter 1945

716th High-Ball Newsletter 1945-All by Nancy

716th Railway Operating Battalion -Millionaire Battalion

716th Railway Operating Battalion Millionaire Battalion by Nancy

727th Railway Operating Battalion -Carping




From Donna...

Ralph David Carping #36661856 Private First Class
727th RWY OPR Bn Discharged November, 9th, 1945

752nd Railway Operating Battalion Photo- Thomas Ervin Williams

From Thomas..

My dad, Thomas Ervin Williams, (now deceased) was a fireman on the Santa Fe in 1944.

He enlisted and served in Europe in WWII as a railroader.

I have a picture, I think taken in basic, of him with the 752nd RY OPN BN, it's attached. He's third from left in 2cd row.

723rd image

746 Railway Operating Battalion Louie Edmistion



Joy writes ...This the 746 Railway Battalion in Germany and Austria. Don't know what year. Louie Edmistion is our relative from Xenia Illinois or could be Wheatland Indiana, where his wife and children were while he was away.


Uncle Louse 3rd row from L 2nd from back

477th Railway Operating Battalion -Fauth Obit

477th Railroad Bn Fauth Edw H obit WW II

Transportation Corps : railway-operating battalion.


War Department field manual; FM 55-55.

1945

Explains the organization and operation of the railway-operating battalion upon a railway operated by the Military Railway Service. Its purpose is to assist military railway officers in the training and operation of their units and to guide command and staff officers charged with their employment.

read it