History Of Germany's V-weapons and military railways in World War II 708th, 709th, 740th and 743rd

Impact: The History Of Germany's V-weapons In World War II 1998 by Benjamin King During World War II, when the V1s and V2s soared in their thousands against London, Antwerp and other targets, they were launched by Germans who had made a technological leap over their Allied scientific counterparts. Ultimately, as the German front fell back, the V launch-sites and factories were overrun. Nevertheless, for a time, the Germans had wielded a revolutionary new weapon that we now know pointed to the future of warfare. This intensely researched book overturns many of the myths about the V-weapons by tracing their development under pressure, their employment in combat, and the massive effect their existence had on operations.

743rd Railway Operating Battalion pg 278 
709th Railway Grand Division pg 279
740th Railway Battalion pg 284
708th Railway Grand Division pg 283-285

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History Of Germany's V-weapons 283-286 by Nancy on Scribd

743rd Railway Operating Battalion C Company Rabbit obit

743rd Railway Operating Battalion George Herman obit KIA

759th Railway Operating Battalion Richey ID cards

714th Railway Operating Battalion Christmas Menu

732nd Railway Operating Battalion rail car photo

733rd Railway Operating Battalion 1940s misc photos

Transportation corps rail equipment arrival Normandy France D-Day

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763rd Railway Shop Battalion- James De Luca, Joseph T. Miller, Rueben Stavitz

763rd Railway Shop Battalion
Transportation Corps US Army
Weston Camp Derr
y 15 May -15 October 1944
In memory of :
James De Luca
Joseph T. Miller
Rueben Stavitz
Who died in service of their country.
Thanks Jasper for sending this !

755th Railway Shop Battalion - Allan M. Stauber, Robert L. Freeman, John M. McGillis

755th Railway Shop Battalion Transportation Corps US Army Longmoor Camp 114 June Aug 1944
In Memory of: Allan M. Stauber Robert L. Freeman John M. McGillis Who died in service of their country.
Thanks Jasper! 
Jasper contacted the McGillis family and they shared these photos of John:

The editor of the Norfolk & Western Historical Society magazine, the Arrow magazine sent along the article they recently published on McGillis,  its so great to have these guys remembered for their service. 
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Arrow Extract 2020 by Nancy on Scribd

750th Railway Operating Battalion Elbert Bennett obit

732nd Railway Operating Battalion Charles C. Bain obit