Dedicated to the 150th Combat Engineers of WW II
Name: Russell J. Fay
E-mail address: rbfay@worldnet.att.net
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: surfing
Comments: I was a member of the 89th Infantry div.which cross the
Rhine at St. Goar on march 26 I'll be 75 in a few weeks
and it seem like yesterday, the memories still are vivid up
to a point and then the next thing I remember I was digging
a foxhole on the eastern side of the river. All I can say
is "wot Hoppen"
Wednesday, December 20th 2000 - 02:50:19 PM
Name: Cadet Frank Pangelinan Jr.
E-mail address: mrcasanova707@franksmail.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: on the web
Comments: i was an enlisted combat engineer before coming to the new
mexico military institute and plan on continuing the
engineer tradition as an officer. great page. sappers
lead the way!
Thursday, December 7th 2000 - 08:14:57 PM
Name: John Ziats
E-mail address: jziats@yahoo.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: Surfing the web
Comments: While looking up info about my father who was killed
january 2, 1945 near Bastogne I stumble into the 150th and
I would just like to say it's great and keep up the good
work.
Thursday, December 7th 2000 - 06:33:12 PM
Name: Joe Byrnes
E-mail address: joebyrnes@msn.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: Search Engine
Comments: My GrandFather was in WWII (Lt. Martin J Byrnes). I Think
this website is a great way to pay tribute to all the
veterans of the war. Especially to the Engineers. I am a
Combat Engineer in the Army Reserve (478th Engineer
Battalion). I am very proud to be a engineer!
Thursday, December 7th 2000 - 04:38:24 AM
Name: CPT Tim Zaenglein
E-mail address: zaenglein@aol.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: searching the web
Comments: Excellent site. It must have taken quite a bit of work.
Sunday, December 3rd 2000 - 06:43:01 AM
Name: Bernard Evans
E-mail address: Bhce@btinternet.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: From daughter
Comments:
As a sapper in the British Royal Engineers, I had the good
fortune of crossing the Rhine the easy way. I was lucky to
cross by the American inflateable pontoon bridge at
Dusseldorf the day after they built it. Thanks guys for
keeping my feet dry.
B Evans. Ex, 55 Field Company Royal Engineers
Saturday, December 2nd 2000 - 02:52:54 PM
Name: Pvt. Matthew Daley
E-mail address: Msurfreak1@aol.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: web search
Comments: I am a newly enlisted soldier in B Co 391st engineer Bn.
U.S Army Reserve. I found this site while trying to
research the history of combat engineering, but I found
alot more than that here. I will forever be grateful to the
men who fought and gave their lives in the service of this
great nation. They honor us all with their great sacrifice
and courage. I am proud to call myself a soldier in the
tradition of men such as these, and pray that their lives
and their sacrifices will never be forgotten.
Gratefully yours,
Pvt. Matthew Daley
Thursday, November 30th 2000 - 11:50:13 AM
Name: Gene Fiducia
E-mail address: gfiducia@aol.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: Surfing
Comments: I was with the 631st,Engineers Light Equipment Co. From
June 1943 to December 1945.Our unit helped to build the
1180 ft. floating Baily Bridge across the rhine RIVER. oUR
UNIT WAS SENT TO mANILA AFTER THE WAR ENMDED IN eUROPE.
Wednesday, November 29th 2000 - 03:37:25 PM
Name: jacquie
E-mail address: ron.littlemore@ntlworld.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: found on web
Comments: great info for my son's school project.
keep up the great work.
Monday, November 27th 2000 - 10:27:21 AM
Name: Tom Grafton
E-mail address: graftonthomas@hotmail.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: George Baldwin
Comments: great web site, a lot of research and work.
Any one needing military records may contact the Personel
Records Center, Military Personnel Records at St.Louis, Mo.
63132-5100 or by contacting their web site
at http://www.nara.gov/regional/mprst180.html people can
get their own military records here or the next of kin may
request them.
Wednesday, November 22nd 2000 - 08:49:28 AM
Name: Josephine Powers
E-mail address: jomoepo@aol.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
Comments: My brother was in the 168th Bn. Combat Engineers. Company
A. He was killed in the Rhine Crossing on March 26th,
1945. His name was Thomas Mulroy. He had been in the
Army's ASTP studying Engineering at Rhode Island State
Univ. The program was abruptly halted and he joined the
168th in late summer of '44. I would like to know more
about where he was in Europe before his death. His V-Mail
address was 280 (380?) Eng. (C) Bn. which I find confusing
since I know he was with the 168th. Maybe someone can
explain that to me. Thank you for this wonderful site.
Tuesday, November 21st 2000 - 05:58:44 PM
Name: John Welz
E-mail address: jrwelz@nidlink.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: surfing
Comments: Great site. I was in Co. B 297 Engr (C) Bn. Utah beach on
DDay and all the way till the end. My part of the 297 was
shuffled into the 348 and sent home after the festivities.
I have been trying to locate buddies but no luck. I was
S/Sgt John Welz, 2nd Platoon, Co. B. I hope someone of my
buddies is still lucid enough to remember this old
soldier. I am 78 now and time is running out.
Keep this great site going so the younguns can learn what
we did. Good luck.
Tuesday, November 21st 2000 - 03:24:28 PM
Name: Thomas Tucker
E-mail address: tbtfaia@ix.netcom.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: George Baldwin
Comments: I was in the 2nd Platoon, B Company, 7th Combat Engineer
Battalion, 5th Infantry Division, Patton's Third Army, from
Normandy to Winterburg ( now Vimperk ) , Czechoslovakia.
I am the Secretary of the 7th Engineer Battalion Reunions.
I have about 160 WW II 7th Engineers on my mailing list and
about 50 A Company, Vietnam 7th Engineers. George Baldwin
and I have been corresponding by e - mail. Have been able
to share some information with him. I see that Charles
Blevins of the 7th Engineers has signed your Dreambook. Hi,
Charles !!!
Have not visited the rest of your site but plan to do so
soon.
Tuesday, November 21st 2000 - 01:47:17 PM
Name: George Baldwin
E-mail address: enjunier@juno.com
Homepage URL: http://www.geocities.com/enjunier
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: just surfed on in
Comments: Fantastic Site! I'm a "Nam era engineer, nice to see and
appreciate what you guys had to work with. I will be back.
Tuesday, November 21st 2000 - 10:13:33 AM
Name: Charles N. Blevins
E-mail address: chuck1CB@netscape.net
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
if so, what Company/Platoon: No-
How did you hear about us?: Just surfing the web
Comments: I was with the 5th Infantry Division (3rd army) assigned to
the 7th Enineer Combat Battalion. You have a very nice
site. Keep it up. Thanks for letting me sign my name in
your dream book.
Tuesday, November 21st 2000 - 07:13:34 AM
Name: Ben Smith
E-mail address: Smity17@aol.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: surfing web
Comments: Great site! I am researching my grandfathers unit, the
244th Combat Engineers. Any help would be great. Thanks
for the site.
Monday, November 20th 2000 - 06:51:42 AM
Name: Angie
Homepage URL: http://www.geocities.com/rocket602/NSYNC.html
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: Search Engine
Comments: I really would like to say thanks for this site. With
Veterans Day coming up we are celebrating at John R. Lea
Middle School So feel free to stop by
Tuesday, November 7th 2000 - 06:00:30 PM
Name: corporal Brian R Bailey
E-mail address: brb614@aol.com
Homepage URL: http://www.members.tripod.com/bailey/Rangers
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: surfin
Comments: My name is Coporal Brian R Bailey.I am a soldier in the
101st airborne division (air assault) long range recon
(RANGER)detachment.Im also from massachusetts. It's amazing
to see what my grandfather and his comrades had to go threw
and endure in those trying times. I cant even fathom the
heartache and pain.It makes me proud to get up every
morning and lace my boots and help hold up the blanket of
freedom that the men of the 150th and there partner units
helped install.Im proud to be apart of this great army and
am filled with so much pride knowing that men like you
exsited to protect my country.Every morning in formation we
sound of with another units name from the wars to remind us
what we are doing and why we give up our freedom so others
can remain free. Usually its a grunt unit such an 7th
RANGERS or such but this morning we sounded off with 150TH!
Thank you for the gift of freedom i enjoy so much
Tuesday, November 7th 2000 - 05:28:40 AM
Name: JOHN J FEDERICO
E-mail address: federico@roosevelt.navy.mil
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: surfed in
Comments: Thanks for the great information, to all those looking for
information, keep it up. All the best to you.
Outstanding site.
Monday, November 6th 2000 - 07:54:04 PM
Name: LCPL TONY LUCHTERHAND
E-mail address: littlelucky_72@yahoo.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: just surfing
Comments: I AM A 28 YEAR OLD COMBAT ENGINEER FROM AUSTRALIA WHO
THINKS THAT IT IS GREAT THAT YOU GUYS HAVE PAGES DEDICATED
TO OUR WAY OF LIFE.I CAN'T SEEM TO GET ENOUGH INFO ON
COMBAT ENGINEERING AND THE AMERICAN SLANT ON THINGS
PROVIDES ME WITH SOME INTEREST.I AM NOT SURE WHAT YOUR
MOTTO "ESSAYONS" MEANS,COULD SOMEONE TELL ME? OUR OFFICIAL
MOTTO IS "HONI SOIT QUI MAL Y PENSE",WHICH APPARENTLY
MEANS "EVIL BE TO HE WHO EVIL THINKS".I PREFER OUR
UNOFFICIAL MOTTO OF "FACIMUS ET FRANGIMUS":"WE MAKE ,WE
BREAK". ANYWAY IT'S NICE TO MAKE CONTACT WITH OTHER
SAPPERS.GOOD SOLDIERING AND STAY SAFE,TONY.
Sunday, October 29th 2000 - 03:12:29 AM
Name: J
E-mail address: jarrod27@aol.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: surfing
Comments: My grandfather was with the 1120th engineers. Started at
Camp Young then to England. Landed at Normandy Utah Beach.
Would like to hear from anyone who was with the 1120th.
Your site is great and very informative.
Friday, October 20th 2000 - 06:30:17 PM
Name: John Doe
E-mail address: SapperBravo60@aol.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: through a web search for Combat Engineer websites
Comments: I have recently completed my basic and Combat Engineer
training at Ft. Leonard Wood, Missouri and I love
everything that this country stands for and what the men of
the 150th and all WWII vets fought and died for. I love
this website and I will tell everyone in my unit about this
site and suggest strongly that they visit.

ENGINEERS LEAD THE WAY!!!
Sunday, October 15th 2000 - 11:56:29 AM
Name: Tom Olsen
E-mail address: olsentjah@harbornet.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: Fellow Combat Engineer told me
Comments: Great site. A worthy tribute to the combat engineers who
fought their way across Europe. My father was in the 204th
Engineers and passed on stories of ferrying soldiers across
the Rhine during the assault crossing. Well done site!!!
Friday, October 6th 2000 - 05:42:34 PM
Name: carla taylor
E-mail address: ctay72260@cs.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: looking for information
Friday, October 6th 2000 - 07:41:13 AM
Name: Jared Melcher
E-mail address: mooch_02@hotmail.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
Thursday, October 5th 2000 - 05:07:33 PM
Name: Eric Rogers
E-mail address: fishinrod9
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: Web Search
Comments: Appears to be a great web site. I was Navy from 1953 to
1957, but have a special interest in WWII information. My
first cousin was killed on Saipan. His name was Roger
Hough from Monroe, N.C.
Keep up the good work.
Tuesday, October 3rd 2000 - 06:59:59 AM
Name: PFC Sloma, Shawn I
E-mail address: Dragon77fire@aol.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: aol search
Comments: 37th Engineer Batallion (combat)(airborne)
There needs to be more sights like this, dedicated to the
soldiers who fought and died for our country. this sight
is AIRBORNE!
Sunday, September 10th 2000 - 10:00:48 AM
Name: Lisa Draper
E-mail address: LisaDraper@msn.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: web search
Comments: This is truly an incredible website! It is amazing to see
how many people can access the lives from the present and
the past. I commend all those invloved in producing this
website as a dedication to those who fought in WWII!
Friday, September 8th 2000 - 02:48:51 PM
Name: Raymond L. Clay
E-mail address: rclay@mail.newnwnutilities.org
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: surfing
Comments: I was an Engineer, Co "C" 112th Engineer Combat Bn
1951-1953
Great web site! The best I have came across bar none.
Kind of makes me jealous that our battalion did'nt
develop a site of this quality.
Thursday, September 7th 2000 - 05:47:57 PM
Name: Max Schwartz
E-mail address: maxisch@earthlink.net
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: Thru Patty Wilson who was searching for someone who knew her father in the 1306 Engineersd
Comments: I got a chill when I read the records of the 150th
Engineers. It was almost a direct copy of my 1306
Engineers' record.

We were close from Utah Beach, across France, the Bulge,
Germany, and Austria. We built bridges across the same
rivers, including the Rhine. Ours was also built near
Oppenhein but was a Bailey bridge supported on the remains
of a burned-down wood pile bridge.

Our paths separated after VE Day when we were redeployed
directly to the Philippines, and then to Japan after VJ Day.

I'm writing a historical novel of the 1306 Engineers and
the Red Ball Road. I would like to contact anyone familiar
with our part in the War.

Thank you, 150th Engineers. You have a great website.

Max Schwartz, formerly Mst/sgt, S-3 1306 G.S. Engineer
Regiment
Sunday, September 3rd 2000 - 12:09:55 PM
Name: Don Freeman
E-mail address: dfreeman@supernet.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
Comments: I did a search on 'Combat Engineers' I am doing a little
research. I have met an old combat engineer vet here in
Waynesboro Pa who landed with the 29th Division on D-day
and fought all the way to V-E day. Since I am a 21 year
Navy vet in our conversation he indicated that he had
served. When he told me that his unit was attached to the
29th I asked him if he had landed at Omaha beach. He gave
me a little bit of his trek across Europe. I was enjoying
the experience of talking to this man when he burst into
tears. He really is totally incapable of detailing his
WWII experience. We have talked several times but anytime
it gets close to his military service he chokes up. I am
trying to do a little research to understand what he might
have gone through. All though he told me what unit he was
with I don't remember. So, I am snoopin around a little to
see what I can come up with. You got a pretty good site and
I appreciate that you are saving our history.

R/

Don Freeman
Sunday, September 3rd 2000 - 07:22:59 AM
Name: Mark (still drying out!) Reynolds
E-mail address: msraidan@aol.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: Adjoining rainsoaked campsite
Comments: Rick,

Finaly got a chance to check out the site. I love the old
pictures. I will have to check back often as I only had time
to scratch the surface.

Regards,

Ma
Saturday, September 2nd 2000 - 07:56:47 AM
Name: SPC. Joshua M. Bradley
E-mail address: Guztoizlucky@cs.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: from my company
Comments: I'm in a combat engingeer unit in South Carolina Amry
Reserves. We are a Light and Line unit. I really appreciate
what the earlier Engineers have done for the Engineers of
today. I know what the job can demand at times. So I can
have an idea of what the Engineers went thru back then, but
I can not say or relate to what they went thru to make it
what it is today.

SPC. Joshua M. Bradley
C Co 391st Engr Bn (comabt light)
Thursday, August 31st 2000 - 11:17:14 PM
Name: Greg Underwood
E-mail address: GregColmar@hotmail.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: Books
Comments: Dear Sirs, A great outfit! My father was hit by mortars
Dec. 17, 1944, in the Colmar Pocket. The river photos on
this site are fabulous. I'm a big fan of the 3rd and 7th
Armies. For info on Colmar write GregColmar@hotmail.com I
have loads of material. Thanks for your service. Why did our
Army of about 10 years ago take an entire month to bridge
one river? You guys did it in a night under artillery and
sniper fire!
Thursday, August 31st 2000 - 02:17:57 PM
Name: DAVID ROSBROOK
E-mail address: ROSSI@NORTHEATH.FREESERVE.CO.UK
Homepage URL: http://FREESERVE.CO.UK
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: searching the web
Comments: I was looking at the web searching for a german soldiers
uniform markings for my model soldiers, when I came across
your site.
I have not read it all yet but I am looking forward to
seeing what else is on your web site, I have put it on my
favorites so I can come back anytime it will helpful when
modeling my american soldiers.
Sunday, August 27th 2000 - 08:18:24 AM
Name: Elmer Mattox
E-mail address: elmajeannimer@aol.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: Looking for engineers sites
Comments: I was in the 283rd Engineer Combat Battalion in Europe in
WWII. Brought back memories!
Friday, August 18th 2000 - 03:10:55 PM
Name: Tanner & Austin Hemmings
E-mail address: hemmings@SWBELL.net
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
Comments: My two sons (8 & 5) are interested in military history. You
have a great site. They love the pictures. Thank You!
Thursday, August 10th 2000 - 07:46:44 AM
Name: Simon
E-mail address: simon@lerenfort.fsnet.co.uk
Homepage URL: http://www.lerenfort.fsnet.co.uk
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
Comments: Just surfed on into your site. Please feel free to visit my
site on WW2 Battlefield Relics.
Wednesday, August 9th 2000 - 06:29:33 AM
Name: Linda
E-mail address: You know it..
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
Comments: Wow Rick!

You have come along way from the very beginning!
I am impressed. Now I see what you are doing! Keep up the
good work! I am sure they all Thank god for all your hard
work and hours you have put in to this beautiful site!
Sunday, August 6th 2000 - 06:58:23 AM
Name: Bernard L. golding
E-mail address: bgoldpe@valstar.net
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
Wednesday, August 2nd 2000 - 01:46:45 PM
Name: Robert Priestley
E-mail address: omvcontroller@forcomm.net
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: link from Engineer Combat Batallion
Comments: My dad was in the 278th Engineer Combat Batallion and
served in the European Theatre from December 1944 thru
August 1945. I have a map of their travels and a narrative
of their deployment from basic thru the end of the war in
Europe. That's all I've been able to collect so far. I do
have pictures my dad took while in Europe. Lot's of Bailey
bridges They constructed a 690 foot class 70 bailey bridge
over the Muese River near Hermalle which coincides with the
Battle of the Bulge. Anyway, thanks for a great web site.
Monday, July 31st 2000 - 05:36:17 PM
Name: David A Marcus
E-mail address: dam24@prodigy.net
Were you in the 150th? (check box): Yes
Comments: I was in the 204th combat engineers. Left after basic
training. In trying to find out some history of my old
outfit, and after lots of research I found out that the
204th did some duty along side of the 150th. Your response
to my letter was deeply appreciated. I wish they had a web
page as good as this one.
Monday, July 31st 2000 - 04:11:14 AM
Name: justin tohal
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
Comments: I am in the 153rd combat enginneer sapper company!!
Sunday, July 23rd 2000 - 12:35:58 PM
Name: Ralph Randlett
E-mail address: Homesick4NJ@aol.COM
Were you in the 150th? (check box): Yes
if so, what Company/Platoon: C company
How did you hear about us?: 150th news letter
Comments: Hi this is Ralph Randlett,
I could not make it to the reuion due to health reason ,but
was really glad to recieve the photograph.If there is
anyone out there that would like to chat with me i can be
reached at
Homesick4NJ@aol.com

witch is my granddaughters e-mail address .or you can reach
me at
Bdever1@aol.com -that is my daughters e-mail
address..Just put in that this is for Randy from one of the
150th otherwise it maybe deleted because they do not open
anything from peolpe they do not know.Hope to hear from you
all soon thanks. Randy
Saturday, July 22nd 2000 - 07:20:07 AM
Name: Robert Mann
E-mail address: sperchnker@aol.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: Bn XO
Comments: I am in the 150th CEB National Guard located in
Mississippi. I have been with the battalion since it was
organized. Before that I was assigned to the 134th EN Co
form Carthage, MS during mobilization for DESERT STORM.
Wednesday, July 19th 2000 - 11:50:38 AM
Name: Gary DiBlasi
E-mail address: victordib99@yahoo.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: I saw a hit on the 368th GS Engineers WW2
Comments: Always looking for info or a miracle on the 368th in which
my father served in WW2. Like so many of us I waited to
long to ask. Now most inquires are met with frustration as
to obtaining personal records because of the fire. I did
find out at one point my dad was transferred to an infantry
unit but I dont know at what point during the war that that
happened. So the miracle would be to find someone who knew
him. His name Victor DiBlasi from Brooklyn NY. Any help
with info on the 368th Eng. or the 118th Inf. would be
wonderful. Great sight. Keep up the good work, and God
bless.
Tuesday, July 4th 2000 - 06:37:08 AM
Name: Leota Sherman
E-mail address: lsherman@EKYOL.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: a friend
Comments: My brother, Clyde Ferguson, was in this unit.
Monday, July 3rd 2000 - 07:01:07 PM
Name: Peter Doyle
E-mail address: petergeorgedoyle@hotmail.com
Homepage URL: http://www.hotmail.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: Trying to write a book and was looking for information.
Friday, June 30th 2000 - 01:52:38 AM
Name: Desi Huddleston
E-mail address: tyhudd@yahoo.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: looking for old friends,ENGINEERS
Comments: I served with the 20th Engr 81 to 85 237th 85 to 88, 20th
from 88 to 90 ,the 44th from 90 to 91 and the 20th from 91
to 92 so Engineers lead the way,Thank you all for a well
done job
Thursday, June 29th 2000 - 06:50:37 PM
Name: Monica Chee (Army Cadet)
E-mail address: ganadohornet@yahoo.com
Homepage URL: http://none
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: Grandfather
Comments: I would like to say that I really am thankful for what the
brave soldiar have did for us and our country, Hoo-Ra for
them. My Grandfather was in World War III. And I am now
stationed at Arlington Texas, carrying on the tradition
Friday, June 23rd 2000 - 01:08:19 PM
Name: james anderson
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: my dad is gunnar anderson, he was a captain back then
Comments: this is a fantastic site, one of the best I've ever seen. I
stumbled across it almost by accident. since my dad isn't
on-line I printed out a few things and will send it on to
him. I wish this site well, and the "greatest generation"
of the 150th all the best
Tuesday, June 20th 2000 - 01:19:20 PM
Name: SFC Keith Walker
E-mail address: Drillwalk@aol.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: Friend
Sunday, June 18th 2000 - 07:57:52 PM
Name: Jonathan Caouette
E-mail address: jon1981@msn.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: I stumbled across your site looking for combat photos
Friday, June 16th 2000 - 01:01:18 PM
Name: SGT nachtigahl
E-mail address: ssapper34@aol.ca
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
Comments: just looking for info on standard bailey bridge.
Friday, June 16th 2000 - 08:37:32 AM
Name: Charles R. Taliaferro
E-mail address: charles@taliaferro.net
Homepage URL: http://taliaferro.net/veterans
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: friend
Comments: Great web site! I learned a whole lot about the 150th
Combat Engineers.
Thursday, June 15th 2000 - 04:13:28 PM
Name: Kitty Byers
E-mail address: kaylee1015@aol.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
Comments: My father was in the 1153rd engr c gp
Need info
Saturday, June 10th 2000 - 04:26:20 PM
Name: Britt Shorter
E-mail address: Nargoose@aol.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: Samilus Jamison Casperus
Comments: This is the mad ass kicking site!
Thursday, June 8th 2000 - 10:13:17 AM
Name: Richard Kemp
E-mail address: azrich1@home.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
Comments: Found you on the I-Net. Still looking for a site of the 41st
Inf Div. We served in the SW Pacific. First US troops (Div.)
in Australia. We left Australia, went through New Guinea in
six major landings. Then to the Phillipines, I was in 2
there, but the Div. went every which way, chasing the enemy.
Finally occupied Japan.

Our various Combat Engineers, in the landings did a masterful
job. Our Artillery Piper Cubs, always needed a landing strip,
thanks!

Best, Rich Mesa AZ
Tuesday, June 6th 2000 - 03:48:02 PM
Name: Joseph Suarez
E-mail address: ajsuarez@netnitco.net
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
if so, what Company/Platoon: no
How did you hear about us?: Surfing the net
Comments: I was not in the 150th, but my uncle, Arthur Cimadevilla
of Canton, Ohio was in the 1120th ENGR C GP. My uncle has
recently died and only today have I learned of his military
unit as he never spoke much of the war. Would like to hear
from anyone who has any further information of the unit or
may have possibly known my uncle. Like so many I have read
all of the Ambrose books as well as other historians.
Thank for the site. It is greatly appreciated.
Monday, June 5th 2000 - 09:14:27 PM
Name: Daniel Pitts
E-mail address: Trigger@echoes.net
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
Comments: We have something in common.(our last name)I was with the 36th Combat Engineers in Korea 1965-66
Monday, June 5th 2000 - 03:32:34 PM
Name: Robert McKethan
E-mail address: mckethanrn@apptechnc.net
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: I was surfing.
Comments: This is a great site! I am like many others who have sign
on...I am looking for information about my father's service
during WWII. My father, First Lt. Kenneth A. McKethan
received the Silver Star while serving with the Army of the
United States on March 3, 1945.

He was leader of the 2nd platoon, Co. 'H,' 67 Armored
Regiment which was acting as point for a task force
penetrating into enemy territory in an effort to cross the
Adolf Hitler bridge and secure a bridgehead on the East bank
of the Rhine (taken from local newspaper account).

If there are folks who can assist me in my search for
information about his unit, I would love to hear from you!
Saturday, June 3rd 2000 - 03:35:53 PM
Name: Rick Fellows
E-mail address: jrmfel@aol.com
Homepage URL: http://members.aol.com/rckfellows/main.html
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: yahoo
Comments: Great site! I too have made a web page for my Dad,he was a
gunner on a Sherman Tank,10th Armored Division,and was
wounded just before they crossed the Rhine River.
Saturday, June 3rd 2000 - 02:29:28 PM
Name: Robert B. Stalnaker
E-mail address: yobennyyo@aol.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: surfing and found this site
Comments: Thank you, Thank you, Thank you, I am 42 years old and live
in Central West Virgina. My father was a WWII vet and served
in the pacific as a CB in the Navy, his name was Robert
Roach Stalnaker , He passed away in 1971, I also had a Uncle
John Straw who was killed in action on Dec. 14, 1944 two
days before the battle of the buldge. I never new my uncle
and I miss not knowing what kind of man he was. I would like
to say that I am proud to be an American and able to live in
this great country. I would like to personally thank those
Americans that were taken in the prime of their lives to
serve our great nation in a great struggle. I will never be
abe to thank you enough for the freedom that you gave to me
and other throughout this great land of ours. No one will
ever know the hell that wars bring unless you were a part of
it. Regardless of how you serverd, where you served and your
job I want to personally thank all veterans of all wars that
sacificed their bodies/lives in defense of America. As long
as I am alive you will all be remembered. Thank you , Thank
you, Thank you. Robert B. Stalnaker (Benny) Weston,WV
Tuesday, May 30th 2000 - 08:52:28 PM
Name: charlie
E-mail address: zepfan01@earthlink.net
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: my grt uncle shake
Comments: me my uncle talk about war & were he was once & awhile we go
to the V F W in devon CT my uncle is JHON GDOVIN from
straford ct he was in WWII
Monday, May 29th 2000 - 04:02:42 PM
Name: Bob Pitts
E-mail address: rpitts1@gte.net
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: family
Comments: Good job Rick
Monday, May 29th 2000 - 02:29:18 PM
Name: dolores guillenn
E-mail address: tuttie@getway.net
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
Comments:
I was told by my father that my uncle was killed with his
platoon crossing the river rhine and I am searching for a
way to get information on my uncle Jose Luevano
Monday, May 29th 2000 - 08:16:22 AM
Name: Diane Homoleski
E-mail address: homolesk@massed.net
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: Surfing the net
Comments: My father, 78, served w/351st Combat Engineers, Company A--
it's is amazing to look through this and other sites to see
how many second and third generations are seeking and
sharing information about these brave men and what they
sacrificed. My father did depart from Fort Devens (still
lives in a nearby town) and spent three years overseas. As
children and grandchildren, we have heard so many stories
about the Rhineland, Ardennes, Bulge, Luxemburg, Normandy,
etc. It's is wonderful to be able to share this information
via the internet, as this was such a huge part of their
lives--the memories are still as real today as they were 45
years ago. To find someone who walked in the same shoes is
such a treasure! I recently attended an "Operation
Recognition" ceremony, where my father and 25 other
military veterans received their high school graduation
diplomas in a middle/high school gymnasium (grades 5-12 in
attendance.) The students listened to every word spoken--
they were in awe to hear that the men and women seated in
front of them had left high school to fight for their
freedom, coming back too old at 21 and 22, as well as
shaken, to finish their education. He would love to hear
from anyone in the 351st Combat Engineers. Kudos for such
a great site and tribute!
Monday, May 22nd 2000 - 01:03:58 PM
Name: Mike Marcus
E-mail address: mike_marcus@hotmail.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
Comments: I am a current Combat Engineer with the 121st Engineer
Battalion in the Maryland Army National Guard. When I
describe what I do, people are amazed but I tell them it is
nothing compared to our compatriots that preceded us. The
engineers of today thank your father and his brothers for
everything they have done fo
Wednesday, May 17th 2000 - 08:41:44 PM
Name: S. Caine
E-mail address: investigative@hotbot.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: Searchin the net
Comments: WWII Engineers kick ASS !!!! I am a WWII history Buff and
have enjoyed many documentaries about WWII Army Corp of
Engineers. Thanks to all the WWII Engineers for
contributing to the Allied Victory over Nazism and the
Japanese Empire!
Friday, May 5th 2000 - 08:38:44 PM
Name: BURNS JAMES C
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: SURFING
Comments: WENT TO THE RHINE WHILE ON DEPLOYMENT FOR THE DELAWARE AIR
NATIONAL GUARD
Thursday, May 4th 2000 - 07:19:42 PM
Name: Rosemarie Sullivan
E-mail address: rose811@webtv.net
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: my father
Comments: my father joseph keegan was in the 150th engineers. very nice site.
Wednesday, April 26th 2000 - 08:27:20 PM
Name: Dianne Lawson
E-mail address: totalone@ll.net
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: Just came across you site while looking for a site for 145th Combat Engineers
Comments: Is there a site for the 145th Combat Engineers. My uncle
was in that group in World War II. Am trying to locate
information and possible site for him. He was a medic
assoicated with this group. Anyone know of such a site??

Just starting to look through this site. It look
wonderful. Great work!!
Wednesday, April 26th 2000 - 03:01:56 AM
Name: Filipfr
E-mail address: filsoft@pandora.be
Homepage URL: http://www.ping.be/filsoft
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: Just surfed in
Comments: Hello,
Greetings from Belgium.
Monday, April 24th 2000 - 06:31:40 PM
Name: ed casey
E-mail address: evcasey@aol.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: browsing the internet
Comments: I want to buy a poster of the combat engineer to frame and
give to a WW II combat eng of the 1288 (Ican't remember
right now) to thank him and all of you what you did for us.
he was at the Bulge.
Friday, April 14th 2000 - 09:42:47 PM
Name: Randall leonard
E-mail address: oldironnow@yahoo.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: seacrhed
Comments: I've just arrived at your site. It looks wonderful. Thank
you for all of your efforts. I'm looking for mention of my
father-in-law Russell Baker then of Galesburg IL who came
ashore on D_Day 2 and eventualy made it to Nuremburg by way
of the Battle of the Bulge. Mr. Baker now lives in
Watsonville CA, and is still putting in full weeks as a
charter bus driver. He amazes me now and his past is
riveting. I read Stephen Ambroses "Citizen Solider" and
Mr. Baker started telling me the stories of his time in
Europe. I would love to find some kind of official record
of his work there. Thanks for your time. Best to you.
Thursday, April 13th 2000 - 06:34:02 AM
Name: ow phillips
E-mail address: ormonp@yahoo.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
if so, what Company/Platoon: 244 combat engineers
How did you hear about us?: yahoo
Thursday, April 13th 2000 - 01:55:45 AM
Name: Rosaleen Slavens Myers
E-mail address: RBKing2peoplepc.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: Surfing the net
Comments: I am very please to find this site. I am the sole survivor
of 2nd Lt. James Clyde Slavens. After serving in Germany
through the Battle of the Bulge, (Ardennes) on 1/16/45 he
was assigned to the 309th Engineer Combat Battalion,
Company C. He was killed Linich, Germany on 2/23/45 after
helpiing build a pontoon bridge across the Roer River.
Would like to find someone who knew him, maybe 2nd Lt.Alan
W.Ker, 2nd Lt. Earl C. Quinby or 2nd Lt. Hirsch C.Meyer,
Jr. Please contact me at my e-mail address.GREAT TO FIND
THIS SITE111
Saturday, April 8th 2000 - 05:38:01 PM
Name: Carol Lee Morrissette
E-mail address: 2fish@110.net
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: My dad
Comments: My dad, Augustine Botelho was in the 150th, company B. He
does not have a computer, so I will keep him updated. he
is very anxious to attend the forthcoming reunion. Thank
you for the information. I have been sitting and reading
for hours!
Saturday, April 8th 2000 - 03:35:12 PM
Name: vallerie
E-mail address: candlnthwn@aol.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
Comments: Hi Rick,
It takes a a truley remarkable man to do this web site. I
am amazed and at a loss for words. I'm going to add this to
my favorite places and be able to take the time to look at
this more.I am very intrigued by you now. : )
I hope to talk with you soon
vallerie
Saturday, April 8th 2000 - 01:29:20 AM
Name: DANCE
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: sufing
Comments: I am currently at FT. Stewart home of 3ID
I am in the 11th Engineer Battalion. I was just
looking for some engineers, and I found some.
Friday, April 7th 2000 - 10:06:04 PM
Name: mikko taussi
E-mail address: mikko_taussi@hotmail.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: by accident
Comments: I was searching pictures about the soviet PMP and so I found
you.

I belong to the family of combat engineers in Finland.
Monday, April 3rd 2000 - 05:27:56 PM
Name: Bruce R. Weston
E-mail address: jarrod27@aol.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
Comments: I found this sight while surffing the web. My dad was also
with the combat engineers First Army Vll Corps 1172 combat
engineers ? ( not sure of the engineer battalion ). He went
in on Utah the second day of the invasion. Went through
France Belgium Germany, was at the liberation of Nordhausen
camp, assigned to the Third Armored Division. I'll get more
infi from him as to his units etc. I enjoy these sights and
reading about WWll units. I just completed reading Citizen
Soldiers, and am looking forward to doing some more reading
about WWll.

Bruce Weston

113 North Main St.

Sunderland, Ma.
Monday, April 3rd 2000 - 12:56:51 AM
Name: Bernard L. Golding, P.E.
E-mail address: bgoldpe@Valsrar.net
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
Comments: I served in the 283rd Engineer Combat Bn in
WWII.Wassenthome with 150th.
Thursday, March 30th 2000 - 11:21:14 PM
Name: T. Kerns
E-mail address: mtnrdr@yahoo.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: surfing
Wednesday, March 29th 2000 - 11:44:54 PM
Name: Robert Elmore
E-mail address: rhelmore@home.com
Homepage URL: http://members.home.net/rhelmore/BobsPage.html
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: Did Web Search
Comments: Nice looking Web Site. I have just started working on one
for the 36th Engineers. They served in Vung Tau, Vietnam.
Monday, March 27th 2000 - 05:40:26 PM
Name: Janet Dinges
E-mail address: JLDba75@AOL.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: WEB search
Comments: This is a great site! Thank you for enlightening me on
what a "Bailey Bridge" was/is. I really appreciate the
information and pictures. My uncle helped to build them
during WWII in ETO. Now I can explain to our family what
he did -- Thanks so much, Rick! and the 150th!
Sunday, March 26th 2000 - 03:43:00 PM
Name: Speaking Turtle
E-mail address: wabanak@aol.com
Homepage URL: http://members.aol.com/wabanak/index.html
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
Comments: We have something in common.My Dad was with the 168 th
Compat Engineers.He did not participate in the Rhine
Crossing as he was Captured at the Battle of the Bulge but
I believe that Company C of the 168th were involved
crossing near St Goar and came under severe Enemy
Fire.Please visit my site and sign my book.Click onto
CJWMyHero it will take you to Dads Memorial Site and My
POW/MIA page is there too
Saturday, March 25th 2000 - 02:20:03 AM
Name: Tony Adkins
E-mail address: tladkins@mrtc.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: Re-visiting
Comments: To John DiSalvo of Company A. Did you know Pvt. Clyde
Ferguson of Co. A? He was KIA 25 November 1944 near
Fenetrange, Fr. Any help will be appreciated. I continue to
enjoy the 150th site.
Friday, March 24th 2000 - 12:25:01 AM
Name: John DiSalvo
Were you in the 150th? (check box): Yes
if so, what Company/Platoon: Company A/1st platoon
How did you hear about us?: heard about at reunion
Thursday, March 23rd 2000 - 02:39:04 PM
Name: Dwight French
E-mail address: bouncer@snet.net
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: My Father
Comments: I really enjoyed this site. I've been here several times it
keeps changing .theres lots of good stories that tell us
how it was and what these guys did. Thank You for doing this
Rick.
Saturday, March 18th 2000 - 05:59:45 PM
Name: Rachel E. Peterson
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: Yahoo search
Wednesday, March 15th 2000 - 12:39:23 AM
Name: peter t geary
E-mail address: petenana@prodigy.net
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
Sunday, March 12th 2000 - 03:02:37 AM
Name: Tony Adkins
E-mail address: tladkins@mrtc.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: Surfing
Comments: Thanks to Bill Morrissey for the response about Pfc. Clyde
Ferguson.
Monday, March 6th 2000 - 07:13:35 PM
Name: webtar10
E-mail address: webtar10@mps.k12.mi.us
Were you in the 150th? (check box): Yes
How did you hear about us?: school project
Comments: This site has helped me in what I need, thanks alot
Friday, March 3rd 2000 - 01:25:50 PM
Name: Bill Culhane
E-mail address: bill8it@webtv.net
Homepage URL: http://www.geocities.com/bill8it/
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: Web ring.
Comments: You have done a great job on your site. Bill
Saturday, February 26th 2000 - 08:51:04 AM
Name: MELVIN L CUMMINGS
E-mail address: mlcummings@safelink,net
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: looking for information
Comments: Looking for any one who was in 297 Combat Engineers Batilion
in ww2 co c 2platoon 2 squade that uses a computer.
Friday, February 25th 2000 - 05:44:52 PM
Name: Bradley Nelson
E-mail address: sapper@army.net
Homepage URL: http://www.geocities.com/sapper41
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: Surfing
Comments: Essayons!
Friday, February 25th 2000 - 02:48:47 PM
Name: Tony Adkins
E-mail address: tladkins@mrtc.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: browsing
Comments: I am looking for information on Pfc. Clyde Fergueson, Co A.
He was KIA on 25 November 44 near Fenetrange, Fr. I saw
that Bill Morrissey was a member of Company A. I would like
to hear from him to find out more.
Friday, February 25th 2000 - 01:13:09 PM
Name: BILL MORRISSEY
E-mail address: jksldickey@mediaone.net
Were you in the 150th? (check box): Yes
if so, what Company/Platoon: A Company, 2nd Platoon
How did you hear about us?: at the reunion
Comments: proud to be a member.
Tuesday, February 22nd 2000 - 09:34:42 PM
Name: michael wright
E-mail address: calipimp3581@aol.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
Comments: it is my dream to be in the combat engineering combat
engineer status when i go in the army
Thursday, February 17th 2000 - 06:19:18 PM
Name: WALTER J McConaghy
E-mail address: macvfw3892@aol.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: the www
Comments: USA/USMC RET
Monday, February 14th 2000 - 02:07:00 AM
Name: cliff gould
E-mail address: cbgould@worldnet.att.net
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: surfing
Comments: I'e been trying to research my dad's wwII service. He was
in the 1052 port const& repair. I really enjoyed you site
as I try to learn more about him and his unit. what you do
is really worthwhile.
Thursday, February 10th 2000 - 03:25:18 AM
Name: Theresa McQuade
E-mail address: theresaamm@yahoo.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: from you!
Thursday, February 10th 2000 - 12:44:12 AM
Name: Glade S. Wittwer
E-mail address: phylgw@erols.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: web search
Comments: On March 8th, 1945 I commanded Co. B 164th Eng. C Bn
and crossed the Rhine River with one platoon on the
Ludendorff Railroad Bridge at Remagen. Our battalion mission
was to protect the bridge(s) against water bore attack to
include torpedos and floating mines.
A treadway bridge constructed by the 291st ECBN opened
for tank traffic in the early morning hours of Mar 10th and
a heavy pntoon bridge constructed bu the 51st ECBN opened
for east-bound class 40 traffic early on 11 March.
Until I visited your webb site I had been led to
believe that the FIRST US ARMY engineers were first to
bridge the Rhine in WWII.
YOUR SITE IS GREAT AND i PLAN TO VISIT OFTEN. THANKS!
Glade S. Wittwer LTC CE Ret.
Wednesday, February 9th 2000 - 11:07:28 PM
Name: Emil Tomcanin
E-mail address: ejtomcanin@dp.net
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
if so, what Company/Platoon: was in 266th combat engineers 66th division
How did you hear about us?: Just Browsing
Comments: Nice web site....
Saturday, February 5th 2000 - 01:06:20 PM
Name: Thomas Steiner
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: from searching the net
Comments: I am a WWII buff. I am just a kid.
Saturday, February 5th 2000 - 12:15:15 AM
Name: Donald Thomson
E-mail address: thomsond@pluto.dsu.edu
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: Dogpile.com
Comments: Interesting site. I enjoyed the information you have
collected.
Monday, January 31st 2000 - 02:04:31 AM
Name: Jerry M. Pratt
E-mail address: peratt44@yahoo.com
Homepage URL: http://jepra.net
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: E-mail
Comments: Very nice site Rick. I really enjoyed it.
Saturday, January 29th 2000 - 02:36:17 PM
Name: SGT CLAY ARTHUR
E-mail address: arthurc@ms-arng.ngb.army.mil
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
Comments: I am currently the supply sergeant for HHC, 150th Combat
Engineer Battalion, Meridian, MS. I to am a 12B Combat
Engineer and just wanted to visit your page. Enjoyed it,
SAPPERS FORWARD!
Friday, January 28th 2000 - 02:02:07 PM
Name: Daniel Pitts
E-mail address: Trigger@echoes.net
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: Just looking
Comments: I was a member of the 547th Combat Engineer Bat 1964-1967.With service mainly in Korea and then 6 months
TDY Vietnam 1966
Wednesday, January 26th 2000 - 11:15:13 PM
Name: Ellen Flirty
E-mail address: Magellen64@aol.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): Yes
How did you hear about us?: friend
Comments: very wonderful tribute.....

Thursday, January 20th 2000 - 07:21:28 PM


Name: Bill Bastian
E-mail address: bill@sierratel.com
Were you in the 150th? (Check) No
If so, what company/platoon?: 203rd Engineer
Saturday January 1st 2000 03:07:57
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