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Really enjoyed rhe site. It was done with painstaking care and a lot of love I'm sure. I am myself an Army retiree, from the Veitnam timeframe, I am currently working as a civilian for the US Army. I deployed to Afganhistan shortly after 9/11 and I have been here on a one year tour for about 90 days now. My home is in El Paso, TX and I was working at Ft. Bliss, Tx. before coming here. My God bless you and God bless America.


    Great website. I'm an active member of the Patton Museum volunteer group at Fort Knox. We restore and operate WWII vehicles for parades, living history demo, reenactment and military history. Any one interested in seeing one of our public mission events, please contact me ASAP.
MSG/ James E. Goodallgoodall@Bellsouth.net
U. S. Army (ret)




MY GRANDFATHER WAS BERNARD W. HEBERER SR


BERNARD W. HEBERER SR WAS A CAPTAIN


IN THE 533RD,BATTERY A,AND WAS THE BATTERY COMMANDER




HEY  LOREN  YOU ROCK


NIMAI-Vancouver,British Columbia




Good job Loren.


CAPT.WILSON DECKER 533RD,BATTERY B




Great Idea to create this website I once thought about doing the same but decided this is much bigger job than I have time for now.


        Thanks (Don Clark)


Charles T Hamlett Is my Father-Inlaw.



I thought it was a very nice site and i hope everyone will look at it. I enjoyed it very much and I hope everyone else will too.


K.KING



We need more sites like this.


NANCY KING



Got a message from Capt. Decker informing me of your site, haven't viewed entire site but looks interesting.Had a brother who was a flying officer in RCAF and have great respect for all who served.


CECIL WALKER



EXEC. OFFICER BATTERY C 533RD AAA


JOHN DONALD



I am interested in the book. Are you following the format of John Donald's book? I was in Battery D from April to August 1945 as a wireline man because I had training in the infantry in 1944 in 1945. Because the roster of John's book was dated 1943, a number of us are not included. I know at least three. Also in Chapters 11 and 12 (when I was in the 533rd), there a few towns are spelled wrong. I have two or three picures I can copy.  


Bill Ross



LOREN (EATON) TANNER:

Congratulations on a great web site.

I do military geneology, primarlily for Canadian WW2 veteran's history. I
saw your post on WW2 history Club, and was interested in having you send
me the details for finding US WW2 records, as an e-mail, so I could save
it in my files. I do get some US records requests, from time to time, and
this would be very helpful to have.

Thank you in advance, and again, my sincere applause for your nice work on
your site.

Jim Bunting. Chief Warrant Officer, retired, Canadian Army, 1966 to 1996.

  jim Bunting


  Toronto, Ontario , Canada


I am honored to sign this guestbook as the daughter of Wilson K. Decker, who was a member of the 533rd AAA.  He also proudly served in the Korean Conflict as a young husband and father subseqent to WWII.  My dad continues to be a constant inspiration to his family and friends and is loved by all.
To the fine men and women who served, and continue to serve this great country in all branches of the Armed Forces, I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your sacrifices.  God Bless the U.S.A.  


Mary Dlugopolski



My dad was in this unit from its days in ft. bliss, to the boat ride home, this is a very nice site, with lots of info. My dads name is Beauford Pettus.


Ken Pettus


Really enjoyed rhe site. It was done with painstaking care and a lot of love I'm sure. I am myself an Army retiree, from the Veitnam timeframe, I am currently working as a civilian for the US Army. I deployed to Afganhistan shortly after 9/11 and I have been here on a one year tour for about 90 days now. My home is in El Paso, TX and I was working at Ft. Bliss, Tx. before coming here. My God bless you and God bless America.


ABRAHAM (ABE) RICHARDSON


USA LOA 2ID


UNIT 15048


DONGDUCHEON, KOREA


My grandfather was with the 533rd from africa to germany. He was a proud man that never said much about being in the war. I learned more about him after he died. I saw some one had an obituary in your site. I would like to include my grandfathers if at all possible. He went to all the reunions with my grandma and I saw there was a picture of the 2000 reunion. I would also like to get a copy.  My grandma gave me his medals and jacket. If she has any pictures I will be glad to get them with any names possible. Thank you.                                              


Dan Pettus