763rd Railway Operating Battalion

Weston Camp Derby

755th Railway Shop Battalion

Thanks Jasper

750th Railway Operating Battalion Elbert Bennett obit

732nd Railway Operating Battalion Charles C. Bain obit

Wheels Rolling in Korea The Signalman's Journal March 1953

Wheels Rolling in Korea The Signalman's Journal March 1953 by Nancy on Scribd

754th Railway Shop Battalion Copper Basin Area Army Reserve

754th Railway Shop Battalion Copper Basin Area Army Reserve by Nancy on Scribd

712th Transportation Railway Operating Battalion- Dave Kaufman

712th Transportation Railway Operating Battalion by Nancy on Scribd

753rd Railway Shop Battalion reunions


A Profile of the 757th Railway Shop Battalion



744th Railway Operating Battalion and the Chemin de Fer Belges



Yanks Help Repair French Railroads WWII USATC Army


766th Railway Shop Battalion captured Nazi flag

Former Staff Sgt. George Mills Grant (middle), an electrician with the 766th Railway Shop Battalion during World War II, displays a Nazi flag with two close friends in Germany. The flag was part of a collection of World War II historical artifacts donated by retired Staff Sgt. H. Lee Adelman, Grant’s son-in-law and the Antiterrorism Director for Naval District Washington Headquarters. Also included in the collection was one of Grant’s uniform shirts, maps detailing the unit’s route through France and into Germany, as well as miscellaneous photographs and documents from Grant’s time in service and the unit’s history. The artifacts were collected and processed by the 326th Military History Detachment from Whitehall, Ohio and will be transferred to the 766th Transportation Battalion, formerly the Railway Shop Battalion, from South Bend, Ind., to be displayed