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Name: Christopher Hal Abercrombie
From: Toccoa, Georgia
E-mail: abercrombie99@windstream.net
My Great-Uncle William A Abercrombie was with the 517th and I wanted to check out your page.
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Name: Ray C Scheesley
From: Alfred Station, NY
E-mail: schees1@gmail.com
My Uncle, PVT Vanderpool, Walter
517th RCT Co. D
17th Airborne Div.
K.I.A. 04 Nov 1944 Sospel, France
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Name: SCHMITZ Sabine
From: Malmedy,BELGIUM
E-mail: sabineschmitz1977@hotmail.com
In January 44, you have freed my village.
Hénumont (Trois- Ponts) with the 404 th Infantry Regiment. Iwould like to thank you and respect.

Do you have some pictures of the town , the names with a history , meetings with villagers ...
Tell me.
Thank you very much.
Sabine.
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Name: Mark DeBard
From: Columbus, Ohio
E-mail: mldebard@gmail.com
My father, Richard M. De Bard, was attached to Company I of the 517th. He recently died March 3, 2015. He is listed in the 1944 Christmas roster.
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Name: Brad Cole
From: Martinsburg, West Virgina
E-mail: bradcole6nc@yahoo.com
Hello All. I am a World War II Airborne Uniform collector. I have recently added the Uniform grouping of 517th vet Wilbur Ingram of Company G. I was wondering if anyone had any information of him. There is a lot of stuff with this group. I was wondering if anyone had any info on the member of the 517th. Any info would be greatly appreciated.
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Name: Joe Combest
From: Duncan, OK
E-mail: joecombest@yahoo.com
My dad Ben Combest was in G company. I just discovered an old scrap book that belonged to him with some pictures from the war. I would like to get them on this site so hopefully someone will recognize some of the guys in the pictures. How do I get them published on this site?
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Name: Joe Ruddy
From: Scranton, PA
E-mail: jpruddy@yahoo.com
My father's cousin Francis J. Ruddy Jr. belonged to Company A, 1st Bat., 517th PIR. Fran was born in Scranton, PA, and proudly served in the US Army for 32 years. I've been trying to piece together a history of Fran's career starting with the great information on this website. After WWII, Fran served in Korea (187th Regimental Combat Team) and served with the Special Forces during the period of the Vietnam War.
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Name: Casey Royer
From: Baltimore, MD
E-mail: caseyaroyer@gmail.com
My grandfather, James S. Royer Jr., was a member of the 517 PCT in WWII, including the Battle of the Bulge, earning multiple bronze stars and a silver star. He passed away Monday, March 2nd at 90 years old.
I would love to be in contact with anyone who may have served with him, or whose relatives may have served with him.
You can contact me at caseyaroyer@gmail.com
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Name: Hillary
From: Wisconsin
E-mail: aussiesrule09@live.com
Cpl Daniel Fisher (HQ Co. 1st Battalion) is my grandma's brother. "Uncle Dan" as he's referred to here. My grandma is 93 years old and going strong. Dan and my grandma look so much alike- probably the most similar of all their siblings. She still has the newspaper clipping of when Dan's death was announced in the local newspaper. Thanks for maintaining this website and thank you to all Veterans for your service.
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Name: Gene Basara II
From: Bethlehem, PA
E-mail: GenenLaura@msn.com
Sadly, 1st LT Michael Fisher, Company B, 1st Bat., HH&C, 517th PIR passed away just after midnight on 13 November 2014. He was on the Army’s championship pistol team and held a record for rifle at Fort Benning for many years. He is adn will be greatly missed by his family and friends. He was a fighter until the end. He was a veteran of Pearl Harbor, The Bulge and Korea.
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