Dedicated to the 150th Combat Engineers of WW II
Name: William Sayles
E-mail address: wsayles@tds.net
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: google
Comments: I am seeking information re. Lt. Charles D. Shufelt killed at the Rhine in Luxumberg . Posthumus Bronze Star. We trained togther at Fort Belvior
Sunday, December 24th 2006 - 08:22:35 PM
Name: KEVIN R ABRAHAMS
E-mail address: kabrahams1965@aol.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: web site gmccckw.org
Comments: excellent site keeping our memories alive to people who we are in debt to for what they did and made your lifes what they are now today
Friday, December 1st 2006 - 01:42:01 PM
Name: Celeste Morrison
E-mail address: morrison_celeste@yahoo.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: MY FATHER
Comments: My father was Gildas Angers. He was in Company B.
Wednesday, November 8th 2006 - 05:16:28 PM
Name: A Capparelle
E-mail address: samsoso@memyself.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: entered Capparelle
Comments: You can find Capparelle's that fought in the 150th. and their meadals!!
Thursday, November 2nd 2006 - 12:19:59 AM
Name: Rosanne (Morris) Dolton
E-mail address: rdolton@houston.rr.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
Comments: My father, Charles E Morris was in the 150th Engineering Combat battalion (Army). I believe he was a Corporal Combat Engineer. He was a farmer from VT and could of had a deferment bujt wanted to serve. He was part of the 2nd wave in Normandy. He was a waterpoint, build builder and supply clerk, so my mom says. He's deceased (died at 65), but leaves 6 kids and a wife and many grandkids. My son is doing a veteran's project in and we stumbled on your site. RDolton (daughter)
Saturday, October 28th 2006 - 08:45:37 PM
Name: Deb and Jeff Lutz
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
if so, what Company/Platoon: H&S Co. C. Bn.
How did you hear about us?: have followed site for a while
Comments: We will be visiting site more often for info on dates and location of Bn.. Our father was not transfered into Bn. until sometime around February 23, 1945. He originaly was a replacement Infantry who landed on Utah beach D-Day, was then put into the 90th Division on June 14th. He received a Combat Infantry Badge that same day, and fought with his Regiment until the 19th, when fighting the German breakthrough from the Cherburg Peninsula was wounded. After months in hospitals he was in limited service as a typist when his brother, James Inman also in the same Co., was able to transfer him into the 150th. James Inman, our uncle, joined the 150th in England just before they crossed the channel. Both brothers were together until the 150th was transfered from the 3rd Army. At this time Paul went to the 673 Engr. ToPo. Co. which built the "Battle Route of the XII Corps" map. Thank you for a great site. God bless all the men and women who fight for Democracy then and now.
Friday, September 22nd 2006 - 11:53:39 PM
Name: Elaine Runyon
E-mail address: Buckeyebuggs @aol.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: LOOKING UP INFO. COM. ENG. WW2
Comments: My father Lelon Runyon was a member of the 348 com. eng. WW2 This is what is on his dishcharge pap.I have his medals one was the African, Cen.EUROP CAMPAIN. I found out the 348 wasn't formed until 1943.Lelon Runyon was in campains what unit was he in?I haved tried to look up this info.All I can get is info on the British. I pray someone can help me. My father passed away in 1978. He nevered talked much about the war. He was Lelon Runyon 348 co. C com. eng.from McDOWELL COUNTY WV. Contact me at buckeyebuggs@aol.com Elaine Runyon. Thank You!
Friday, September 22nd 2006 - 11:35:04 AM
Name: Cheryl Rieck
E-mail address: mbrinkerc@netscape.net
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: surfing the web
Comments: Thanks for this great resource! My Dad, Albert Jackson, was in the 150th. It is nice to learn more about the circumstances of his service in WWII. We have only a few letters he wrote home and my Mom's memory. Thanks again!
Wednesday, September 13th 2006 - 08:50:02 AM
Name: Frank R. Veale
E-mail address: nvurban@aol.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): Yes
if so, what Company/Platoon: XII Corps Staff Officer of Personnel
How did you hear about us?: websurfing
Comments: My dad, Frank Veale was Staff Officer to Manton Eddy from 1942 until 1945. To his last day, he remained devoted to the men with whom he served and the remarkable experiences he felt blessed to have had.
Friday, September 8th 2006 - 04:55:07 PM
Name: Elon S. Verry
E-mail address: elon.verry@us.army.mil
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: internet
Comments: Member of Co C 367th Engineer BN (C)(L) Duluth MN 2-14-04 to 5-5-05 Operation Enduring Freedom Bagram Air Field Afganistan.
Sunday, August 20th 2006 - 04:35:16 PM
Name: Paret
E-mail address: kamen00@alltel.net
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: looking for any 168 engr. info
Comments: great site. Brings back a lot of memories from the 50's when I was in Germany with the 168 engineers.
Wednesday, August 16th 2006 - 07:40:31 PM
Name: MAUREEN FROST
E-mail address: mefrost@optonline.net
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: Internet (Google)
Comments: My Grandfather, Charles A. MacDonald was a member of the 150th Combat Engineers of WWII. Unfortunately, he died before I was born from war related injuries. Your website has given me alot more knowledge of my grandfather's life then I have been able to find anywhere else. For that, I thank you...
Wednesday, August 9th 2006 - 03:36:28 PM
Name: Ponciano Hernandez Jr.
E-mail address: lionponce@sbcglobal.net
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: just found it
Comments: I just happen to run into it was in the 577th engineers A co. in vietnam 1970-71 construction base camp DonDoung based under a dam
Tuesday, August 8th 2006 - 04:28:58 PM
Name: Jacob Thomas
E-mail address: jacob.thomas2@us.army.mil
Were you in the 150th? (check box): Yes
if so, what Company/Platoon: HHC 150th EN BN
How did you hear about us?: web
Comments: I am currently in the 150th CBT EN BN, Meridian, MS 39307. We have recently been deployed in Iraq.
Thursday, August 3rd 2006 - 07:01:09 PM
Name: Joseph
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
Comments: Well done! Very Interesting Website.
Sunday, July 16th 2006 - 05:49:41 PM
Name: Acevedo
E-mail address: michaelacevedo@hotmail.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: Google
Comments: You did a great service and did a bang up job for your country! I salute you
Wednesday, July 5th 2006 - 06:27:51 PM
Name: Anita Drexler
E-mail address: asleuth@tvmax.net
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: search engine
Sunday, June 18th 2006 - 09:59:17 PM
Name: Kyle Jacob
E-mail address: kyle_jacob@cox.net
Requests/Comments/Answers: A very nice and comprehensive site. I am glad i have found it. Surely, I will come back.
Monday, June 5th 2006 - 05:30:24 PM
Name: Tammie Donaldson
E-mail address: tammiejuniel@hotmail.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
Comments: My father, George W Donaldson, was in the 291rst combat engineers in World War 2. He fought in the Battle of the Buldge, and was in the third wave on D Day. I grew always wondering what my father went through, up until just lately he never really talked about his experiences. I went through his scrap book and looked at alot of great photos of the engineers building the bridge across the Rine, and some other bridges.
Sunday, June 4th 2006 - 05:04:40 PM
Name: f copeland
E-mail address: fcopeland@snet.net
Wednesday, May 31st 2006 - 05:07:40 PM
Name: James M. Howard
E-mail address: jmhoward10@comcast.net
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: surfing
Comments: I was with the 24th Engineers in Furth Germany and with the 168th Engineers (combat) in Vietnam in 1969 and 1970
Saturday, May 20th 2006 - 05:18:12 AM
Name: Gokoshi
E-mail address: gonzalezjr123@hotmail.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
Comments: Saludos desde Venezuela, muy buena su página, bastante interesante. Me gustan mucho los puentes Baileys y busco leer mucho sobre ellos. Sigan adelante
Friday, May 19th 2006 - 04:28:12 PM
Name: Barry S Kazmer
E-mail address: bkazmer1@gmail.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): Yes
if so, what Company/Platoon: Dad was Officer in the unit
How did you hear about us?: From Leroy Lewis, a Vet
Comments: My father Frank W. Kazmer was an officer attached to this unit. I am looking for anyone that made contact with him from July 1944 until he went home in Nov 1945.

Tuesday, April 25th 2006 - 01:08:14 PM


Name: HAROLD WHITING SR
E-mail address: hwhiting@aol.com
Requests/Comments/Answers: Like your site it is great hw
Friday, April 21st 2006 - 09:21:45 PM
Name: Joe
E-mail address: yesireebob3000@yahoo.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: Googled Engineer Battalions
Comments: You have a great sight! Thanks for the veiws of personal pictures!
Sunday, April 2nd 2006 - 04:09:00 PM
Name: Sgt. Winston Walker
E-mail address: docwwalker@yahoo.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): Yes
Comments: I was in the current 150th in Mississippi from '96-'02. I relisted for 12 months in December '04 when I heard they where going to Iraq. I patroled the roads and villages of the Sunni in Western Iraq with Bravo Co. some of the best Volunteers I will know. As their "Doc" (medic) I tended their wounds and injuries and when I couldn't do enough I reverently placed them in a black bag with a prayer for their families. I hope you older soldiers who came before us feel we lived up to the lineage you started.
Monday, March 27th 2006 - 10:22:26 AM
Name: Jennie Maurer
E-mail address: lanny_2009@yahoo.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: I searched on Google.com
Comments: Well, I am a Granddaughter of an engineer from WW2. He served in the 1303 Regiment based out of Illinois, I do believe. For a school project i am researching the everyday life of Engineers. This site was by far the best site yet.
Wednesday, March 1st 2006 - 11:20:49 AM
Name: Don Duggan
E-mail address: eduggan@aol.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: internet search of the 256th combat engineering battalion-my father's unit
Comments: Extremely enjoyable site to surf through; this offers a glimmer of hope for some trying to connect with their loved-ones past history. Thank you.
Saturday, February 25th 2006 - 08:16:15 AM
Name: SPC Donaldson
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
Comments: Hi, I just wanted to say thanks for the job well done in WWII, and I hope we (150th Engineers of OIF) lived up to the 150th of WWII.
Thursday, February 23rd 2006 - 04:27:53 PM
Name: Bill Lamb, Sr.
E-mail address: Oldmanpoker@aol.com
Requests/Comments/Answers: Hi Fellows: Received your letter Curt, sorry to hear of the passing away of more fellows from the outfit, like that old General said years ago: Old Soldiers never Die, they just fade away. Hope you all have a wonderful 60th re-union and "God Bless all of you". Bill and Helen Lamb, Sr.
Friday, January 27th 2006 - 01:16:16 PM
Name: Robert Maxwell
E-mail address: dvyron@yahoo.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: web
Comments: God Bless You,from bobby
Friday, January 20th 2006 - 04:02:02 PM
Name: joe crowley
E-mail address: jmcrowley2@msn.com
Were you in the 150th? (check box): No
How did you hear about us?: browsing
Comments: Ona visit to Rockhampton Qld Aust, I visited a well kept chapel,on the road to Emu Park, in bush country, built by members of 54th engineers, during ww2. Names of athletic records held by troops. Are inscribed around the walls. 100yds, high jump, etc. Most record holders were from Wisconson. Hope they have been recorded, if not I would be pleased to do so. I did nat service 1951, 12 nstb, served 5yrs 6th NSW Mounted Rifels
Friday, January 20th 2006 - 03:33:52 PM
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