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Name: SFC Michael S. Mullins
From: Windfall, IN
E-mail: michael.mullins3@us.army.mil
Greetings fellow paratroopers. AIRBORNE ALL THE WAY! The infantry life is the life for me. I am looking for anyone who may have any information about my Grandfather, Bernard W. Mullins form HQ. 3rd BN. He jumped into Southern France with LT. Joe Largan. Please contact me with any and all leads. Thanks.

SFC Mullins
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Name: SSG ROGER W. WILLIAMS
From: FOREST HILL WV
LOOKING FOR RELATIVES OF GLENN LAMBERT HQ 3 BN MY DAD IS 86 YEARS OLD AND WAS SEVERLY WOUNDED IN THE BULDGE. LAMBERT WAS A KIA AND MY DAD WAS WITH HIM IN THE SNOW HOLE. DAD NAME IS JOHN C. WILLIAMS JR. HE LIVES IN PEMBROKE VA.
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Name: John Coffee
From: Baltimore,MD
E-mail: jcoffee@ame-medical.com
I just want to say, thank you to the vets of the 517th, for my freedom. I am a gulf war era vet and paid-up-for-life member of the American Legion. I am also a ww2 reenactor and changing from a 101st a/b to a 517th impression, because I feel that the unit dosen't get the recognition it deserves. Thank you again!
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Name: Carol monkhouse Nash
From: Ft BEnning Georgia
E-mail: southerncarol_58@yahoo.com
Hi Everyone,
This is George R Monkhouses daughter I just stop by to say hello and God Bless you all.I come to the site almost every day,since finding the site ,it brings me closer to Dad I miss him so very much ,its been 31 years since his death now,and it doesnt get easier.He loved the Army and I believe a part of him died when he reired as a Capt.He was a lost soul.He went in at 16,and retired at 36God Bless you all til next time TU Carol Monkhouse
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Name: karen hook
From: columbia, sc
E-mail: hookk@bellsouth.net
Does anyone have any information (ie war stories, army stories, etc.) about my father, Walter G. Irwin? As with most soldiers, we heard very little if anything from him about the war. He passed away years ago, in 1984 and I don't know anyone now who can tell me. Many thanks for anything you can relay to me. Karen Irwin Hook
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Name: Bob Barrett
From: MA
E-mail: webmaster@517prct.org
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Leave an entry. Tell us your connection to the 517th. Tell us any stories. Ask us any questions about the 517th.

Bob Barrett
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Name: Robert A. McKee
From:
E-mail: rmckee3@cox.net
My Father Robert Allen McKee served with the 517th. I was hoping to gain more information about him and the life he lived with the men of the 517th during world war II. My Father did not talk much about the war, but when he did the stories captivated my whole group of friends. I was hoping to get additional stories now that my Father has passed on.
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Name: Thomas Weil
From:
E-mail: tom517para@aol.com
trying to find jack castiglione geoge moline howard creel
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Submitted by Comments:
Name: Anne Eckert Valliere
From:
E-mail: alvalliere@msn.com
Looking for anyone who served with my Uncle Carroll Eckert - I believe he was one of 26 or 28 men in the "Shock Troop" - a paratrooper 517th G Company. I believe he parachuted into Southern France on August 15th and was wounded in battle on September 9th.
Added: July 27, 2006 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  
Submitted by Comments:
Name: Jessie Egelhof
From:
E-mail: autumn_starfire14@hotmail.com
Hi, My grandfather, Joseph B. Egelhof was a paratrooper in D Company in the 517th. He died in 1980, 7 years before I was born so I never got to know him, and so I was looking to find anything I can. I'd like to know what he was like other than through his kids' eyes. My Grannie died a few years ago so I am not able to ask her. I don't want to sound lame or anything, but I would like to know as much as I can about my Grandpa Joe. If anyone knew him, I'd appreciate if you would help me know more about him. Thank you,

Sincerely, Jessica Egelhof
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