77th Sustainment Brigade

77th Sustainment Brigade Welcome to the official 77th Sustainment Brigade page where you will find news coverage, videos and photos highlighting our soldiers.

The 77th Sustainment Brigade is the legacy command of the legendary 77th Infantry Division, the first Army Reserve division to see combat in the First World War. The brigade is tasked with providing in theater logistics support to combat units. World War IActivated: 18 August 1917
Major Operations: Meuse-Argonne Offensive, Oise-Aisne. The 77th Infantry Division was organized from draftees, drawn m

The 77th Sustainment Brigade is the legacy command of the legendary 77th Infantry Division, the first Army Reserve division to see combat in the First World War. The brigade is tasked with providing in theater logistics support to combat units. World War IActivated: 18 August 1917
Major Operations: Meuse-Argonne Offensive, Oise-Aisne. The 77th Infantry Division was organized from draftees, drawn m

Operating as usual

09/04/2020
100 Miles in the month of September!

100 miles for Suicide Prevention Month!

A special message from the 77th Special Troop Battalion’s Unit Ministry Team as they take on a grueling challenge of running 100 Miles in the month of September for Soldier Suicide Awareness.

(U.S. Army Reserve Video by Sgt. Anthony Steglik and Chaplain Jeremy Pfeister)

Liberty Warriors at Fort Totten, NY maintain their strong work ethic as they adapt to the summer heat and Covid-19 preca...
08/20/2020
237th MSC Soldier uses heritage to overcome challenges

Liberty Warriors at Fort Totten, NY maintain their strong work ethic as they adapt to the summer heat and Covid-19 precautions.

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FORT TOTTEN, N.Y. - As the sun beams down and illuminates a dimly lit Army motor pool, a twenty two year old specialist conducts preventive maintenance on vehicles, thinking about his mother. Breathing steadily through a face mask, he looks under the hood of a high mobility multipurpose wheeled vehi...

08/01/2020

389th CSSB Virtual Change of Command Ceremony

Watch the 389th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion virtual change of command ceremony where Lt. Col. Dixon T. Brock Bank relinquished command to Lt. Col. David Licitra.

(U.S. Army Reserve video by Sgt. Anthony Steglik)

06/30/2020
Relinquishment of Command Ceremony

Welcome to this morning's Relinquishment of Command Ceremony for Lt. Gen. Charles D. Luckey, the outgoing commanding general and Chief of U.S. Army Reserve, broadcast live from Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Today's ceremony marks the turning of a new page in the U.S. Army Reserve's history book.

Joining us today is Gen. James C. McConville, Chief of Staff of the Army; Gen. Michael X. Garrett, commanding general of the U.S. Army Forces Command; Sgt. Maj. of the Army Michael A. Grinston; and Maj. Gen. A.C. Roper, deputy commanding general of the U.S. Army Reserve Command.

06/06/2020

77th Sustainment Brigade Virtual Change of Command Ceremony

Watch the 77th Sustainment Brigade's virtual change of command ceremony where Col. Jake S. Kwon relinquished command to Col. Matthew M. Cain.

(U.S. Army Reserve video by Sgt. Anthony Steglik)

Join us Saturday, June 6th at 1:00 PM for the 77th Sustainment Brigade’s Virtual Change of Command.  Due to the current ...
06/02/2020

Join us Saturday, June 6th at 1:00 PM for the 77th Sustainment Brigade’s Virtual Change of Command. Due to the current circumstances and in an abundance of caution for the safety and welfare of the Liberty Warrior family, we will uphold the tradition of the change of command but execute it virtually. We invite you to watch as the 77th welcomes Col. Matthew M. Cain and wishes a warm farewell to Col. Jake S. Kwon.

02/29/2020
Our Final Deployment Video

Our Final Deployment Video

As we prepare to turnover the mission to the 304th Sustainment Brigade, we want to thank all the FB followers, family, friends, Soldiers and Liberty Warriors for their support over the past 9 months. You never stopped watching, sharing, liking and commenting with support for the Soldiers of the 77th. Enjoy this final recap video.

Your 77th Public Affairs Team signing off!
Sgt. 1st Class David Clemenko
Sgt. Anthony Steglik

1st Theater Sustainment Command
103rd Sustainment Command (Expeditionary)
377th Theater Sustainment Command
316th Sustainment Command (Expeditionary)

77th Special Troops Battalion TownhallDuring the 77th Sustainment Brigade’s townhall on Feb. 20, Liberty Warriors receiv...
02/23/2020

77th Special Troops Battalion Townhall

During the 77th Sustainment Brigade’s townhall on Feb. 20, Liberty Warriors received shoulder sleeve insignia – former wartime service (SSI-FWS) to highlight their professionalism and dedication in support of Operation Spartan Shield.

(U.S. Army Reserve photos by Sgt. Anthony Steglik)

103rd Sustainment Command (Expeditionary)
1st Theater Sustainment Command

77th Special Troops Battalion TownhallDuring the 77th Sustainment Brigade’s townhall on Feb. 20, Liberty Warriors receiv...
02/22/2020

77th Special Troops Battalion Townhall

During the 77th Sustainment Brigade’s townhall on Feb. 20, Liberty Warriors received Army Achievement medals and an Army Commendation Medal for their support of Operation Spartan Shield.

Also, 1st Sgt. Christopher Bayne, 404th Signal Company, received the Bronze Order of Mercury, a regimental award for the Signal Corp to highlight a Soldiers professionalism and dedication.

(U.S. Army Reserve photos by Sgt. Anthony Steglik)

103rd Sustainment Command (Expeditionary)
1st Theater Sustainment Command

Congratulations to the Soldiers in units under the 77th Sustainment Brigade who were among the graduates of the Basic Le...
02/21/2020

Congratulations to the Soldiers in units under the 77th Sustainment Brigade who were among the graduates of the Basic Leader Course (BLC) at Camp Buehring, Kuwait on Jan. 24, 2020. BLC is the first course in the US Army non-commissioned officer education system.

(U.S. Army Reserve photos by Sgt. Anthony Steglik)

103rd Sustainment Command (Expeditionary)
1st Theater Sustainment Command

Re-Enlistment for a Liberty Warrior!Spc. Christopher D. Sprinkle re-enlisted for 6 more years in the U. S. Army Reserve....
02/11/2020

Re-Enlistment for a Liberty Warrior!

Spc. Christopher D. Sprinkle re-enlisted for 6 more years in the U. S. Army Reserve. His current military occupation is Satellite Communication System Specialist with the 404th Signal Company. With this re-enlistment, Sprinkle will change his job to a 68C - Practical Nurse Specialist.

Promotion for the 77th Sustainment Brigade JAGThe 77th Sustainment Brigade has a new lieutenant colonel in the ranks. Co...
02/04/2020

Promotion for the 77th Sustainment Brigade JAG

The 77th Sustainment Brigade has a new lieutenant colonel in the ranks. Congratulations to newly promoted Lt. Col. Daniel W. Goldberg. Goldberg was promoted at a ceremony Feb. 1, 2020 , at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait and serves as the Staff Judge Advocate. He lives in Maryland and is married with two children.

(U.S. Army Reserve photo by Sgt. 1st Class David Clemenko)

Congratulations to the Soldiers in units under the 77th Sustainment Brigade who were among the graduates of the Basic Le...
01/30/2020

Congratulations to the Soldiers in units under the 77th Sustainment Brigade who were among the graduates of the Basic Leader Course (BLC) at Camp Buehring, Kuwait on Jan. 24, 2020. BLC is the first course in the US Army non-commissioned officer education system.

(U.S. Army Reserve photos by Sgt. Anthony Steglik)

1st Theater Sustainment Command
103rd Sustainment Command (Expeditionary)
470th Movement Control Battalion
152 Combat Sustainment Support Battalion - CSSB
87TH Combat Sustainment Support Battalion

Soldier uses his Lego hobby to relax during deploymentSgt. 1st Class Mark W. Keevan, force management noncommissioned of...
01/27/2020

Soldier uses his Lego hobby to relax during deployment

Sgt. 1st Class Mark W. Keevan, force management noncommissioned officer in charge, 77th Sustainment Brigade, has been building Lego's as a hobby for over 30 years. This is his third deployment and he builds Lego sets to help him relax, clear his mind, and refocus his priorities. During his time at Camp Arifjan, Keevan built 11 complete sets to include the iconic Statue of Liberty which also happens to be the insignia for the 77th. His lifetime achievement is approximately 50 sets.

Pictured:
LEGO Maersk Container Ship, 990 Pieces
LEGO Architecture Statue of Liberty, 1685 Pieces

Outstanding AchievementSpc. Hassan A. Almasrey was presented the Army Achievement Medal from 77th STB Commander Robert F...
01/23/2020

Outstanding Achievement

Spc. Hassan A. Almasrey was presented the Army Achievement Medal from 77th STB Commander Robert F. Van Duzer. Almasrey received the award for exemplary service supporting Operation Spartan Shield.

Brigade Town Hall At a recent brigade town hall held Jan. 10, 2020, at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait, Soldiers received awards an...
01/22/2020

Brigade Town Hall

At a recent brigade town hall held Jan. 10, 2020, at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait, Soldiers received awards and coins for exemplary service and going above and beyond the call of duty in support of Operation Spartan Shield.

Additionally, Soldiers received the shoulder sleeve insignia-former wartime service which recognizes Soldiers' participation in combat operations.

01/20/2020
Liberty Minute Episode 25 – Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Liberty Minute Episode 26 – Martin Luther King Jr. Day
On January 20, 2020 Soldiers at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait celebrated the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. with a 5K Run/Walk. Soldiers shared their thoughts about what the day means to them and why celebrating this holiday is important.

(U.S. Army Reserve Video by Sgt. 1st Class David Clemenko and Sgt. Anthony Steglik)

1st Theater Sustainment Command
103rd Sustainment Command (Expeditionary)
38th Infantry Division
1175th MP Company

Recognition for Soldiers of the 607th Movement Control TeamBrig. Gen. Howard Geck, commanding general, 103rd Expeditiona...
01/15/2020

Recognition for Soldiers of the 607th Movement Control Team

Brig. Gen. Howard Geck, commanding general, 103rd Expeditionary Sustainment Command, presents Soldiers with certificates of achievement and coins at a ceremony held at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait on Jan. 14, 2020. Soldiers were recognized for going above and beyond the call of duty in support of Operation Spartan Shield. The 607th Movement Control Team is a unit under the 77th Sustainment Brigade and supports sustainment operations in the Central Command area of operations.

Soldiers Recognized:
Sgt. 1st Class Gary Claxton
Sgt. Brian W. Burns
Sgt. Travis Glenn
Spc. Marquas Fulwider
Spc. Mathew Lewis

(U.S. Army Reserve photos by Sgt. 1st Class David Clemenko)

470th Movement Control Battalion
1st Theater Sustainment Command
103rd Sustainment Command (Expeditionary)

77th Sustainment Brigade Soldier/NCO of the Quarter CompetitionSgt. Dwayne Hughes and Spc. Christina Peralta from the  7...
01/13/2020

77th Sustainment Brigade Soldier/NCO of the Quarter Competition

Sgt. Dwayne Hughes and Spc. Christina Peralta from the 77th Special Troops Battalion won the second quarter competition. Soldiers from the four battalions that make up the 77th Sustainment Brigade sent their best NCO and Soldier to compete. The winners of the brigade level completion will move on to compete in the 1st Theater Sustainment Soldier/NCO of the Quarter event.

(U.S. Army photo by Sgt. 1st Class David Clemenko)

1st Theater Sustainment Command
103rd Sustainment Command (Expeditionary)
1019th Quartermaster Company
152 Combat Sustainment Support Battalion - CSSB
87TH Combat Sustainment Support Battalion
470th Movement Control Battalion

450th MCB Transfers Authority for Mission to 470th MCBLt. Col. William D. Rozar, commander, and Command Sgt. Maj. Carl W...
01/02/2020

450th MCB Transfers Authority for Mission to 470th MCB

Lt. Col. William D. Rozar, commander, and Command Sgt. Maj. Carl W. Engel, senior enlisted advisor, 450th Movement Control Battalion transfer authority of the mission to Lt. Col. Peter A. Holloway, commander, and Command Sgt. Maj. Anthony D. Swancutt, senior enlisted advisor, 470th Movement Control Battalion (MCB) at a transfer of authority ceremony at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait, Dec. 19, 2019.

(U.S. Army Reserve photo by Sgt. 1st Class David Clemenko)

450th Movement Control Battalion
470th Movement Control Battalion

129th CSSB Transfers Authority for Mission to 87th CSSBLt. Col. Eric W. Anderson, commander, and Command Sgt. Maj. Jesse...
01/02/2020

129th CSSB Transfers Authority for Mission to 87th CSSB

Lt. Col. Eric W. Anderson, commander, and Command Sgt. Maj. Jesse J. Oudenhoven, senior enlisted advisor, 129th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion (CSSB) turn the mission over to Lt. Col. David M. Alvarez, commander, and 1st Sgt. Almasi B. Gill, senior enlisted advisor, 87th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion (CSSB), in a transfer of authority ceremony at Camp Buehring, Kuwait, Dec. 20, 2019.

(U.S. Army Reserve photo by Sgt. 1st Class David Clemenko)

129th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion
87TH Combat Sustainment Support Battalion

More German Armed Forces Proficiency Badge RecipientsFour Soldiers from the 77th Sustainment Brigade receive Silver and ...
12/31/2019

More German Armed Forces Proficiency Badge Recipients

Four Soldiers from the 77th Sustainment Brigade receive Silver and Bronze badges at a ceremony held at Camp Ariifjan, Kuwait, Dec. 22, 2019, after participating in the GAFPB event hosted by the 1st Theater Sustainment Command and German Armed Forces.

(U.S. Army Reserve photo by Sgt. 1st Class David Clemenko)

12/28/2019
Liberty Minute Episode 25 – Congressional Visit

Liberty Minute Episode 25 – Congressional Visit

On December 23, 2019 the 77th Sustainment Brigade hosted a congressional delegation at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait. Representatives from New York, Rhode Island, Pennsylvania, Minnesota, California and American Samoa are spending their holiday with Soldiers as part of an ongoing tradition. Congressional visits are a way for lawmakers to understand what Soldiers from their districts are experiencing on the ground.

(U.S. Army Reserve Video by Sgt. 1st Class David Clemenko and Sgt. Anthony Steglik)

1st Theater Sustainment Command
103rd Sustainment Command (Expeditionary)

Here is a second helping from the Liberty Warriors special Holiday meal.
12/26/2019

Here is a second helping from the Liberty Warriors special Holiday meal.

Leadership from the 77th Sustainment Brigade continue the tradition of serving a holiday meal to Soldiers at Camp Arifja...
12/26/2019

Leadership from the 77th Sustainment Brigade continue the tradition of serving a holiday meal to Soldiers at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait. Brigade Commander, Col. Jake S. Kwon with Lt. Col. Robert F. Van Duzer and Command Sgt. Maj. Ricardo Saunders served a special menu the chow hall cooked up for the occasion including asparagus, stuffing, turkey, ham and of course an assortment of pies and cakes.

(U.S. Army Reserve photos by Sgt. Anthony Steglik)

12/25/2019
How do soldiers get into the holiday spirit while deployed?

How do soldiers get into the holiday spirit while deployed?

Giving gifts and making decorations from scratch are some ways that our Liberty Warriors are spreading holiday cheer while here at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait.

(U.S. Army Reserve Video by Sgt. Anthony Steglik and Sgt. 1st Class David Clemenko)

1st Theater Sustainment Command
103rd Sustainment Command (Expeditionary)

12/24/2019
Spotlight Interview – Archbishop for the Military Services

Spotlight Interview – Archbishop for the Military Services

Soldiers had a special visitor at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait. The Most Reverend Timothy P. Broglio held a holiday mass and spent time talking with Soldiers. Archbishop Broglio was ordained as an Archbishop by His Holiness St. John Paul II on March 19, 2001. The Archbishop was named the fourth Archbishop for the Military Services on November 19, 2007. Watch this special interview.

(U.S. Army Video by Sgt. 1st Class David Clemenko and Sgt. Anthony Steglik)

1st Theater Sustainment Command
103rd Sustainment Command (Expeditionary)
Archdiocese for the Military Services, USA

A special holiday message from the 77th Sustainment Brigade Commander and Command Sergeant Major to the Soldiers and fam...
12/23/2019

A special holiday message from the 77th Sustainment Brigade Commander and Command Sergeant Major to the Soldiers and family members.

12/22/2019
A special visit from Lt. Gen. Luckey to the Soldiers of the 77th

A special visit from Lt. Gen. Luckey to the Soldiers of the 77th

The 77th Sustainment Brigade received a very special visit from Lt. Gen. Charles D. Luckey, Chief of Army Reserve and Commanding General, U.S. Army Reserve Command. The general had a message for the Liberty Warriors gathered at the 77th headquarters in Kuwait and talked about the reserve force and the road to awesome. The pinnacle of the visit was the presentation of his personal coin to two Soldiers that exemplify the generals motto, “Keep Pounding”.

(U.S. Army Reserve video by Sgt. 1st Class David Clemenko and Sgt. Anthony Steglik)

1st Theater Sustainment Command103rd Sustainment Command (Expeditionary)U.S. Army Reserve

Soldiers with the 77th sustainment brigade had a chance to unwind at a BBQ.  The Liberty Warriors were able to spend tim...
12/22/2019

Soldiers with the 77th sustainment brigade had a chance to unwind at a BBQ. The Liberty Warriors were able to spend time playing cards, watching movies, listening to music, and singing karaoke.

(U.S. Army Reserve photos by Sgt. Anthony Steglik)

1st Theater Sustainment Command
103rd Sustainment Command (Expeditionary)

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12/21/2019
It's the Jingle Bell Motivation Run

It's the Jingle Bell Motivation Run

Hundreds of Soldiers from the 1st Theater Sustainment Command and all the down-trace units, to include the 77th Sustainment Brigade, gathered to ring in the holiday season with a motivation run. Dubbed “The Jingle Bell Run”, Soldiers donned festive hats and unit shirts to hit the streets with a light jog through Camp Arifjan, Kuwait.

(U.S. Army Reserve video by Sgt. 1st Class David Clemenko and Sgt. Anthony Steglik)

1st Theater Sustainment Command
103rd Sustainment Command (Expeditionary)

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The 77th Sustainment Brigade is the legacy command of the legendary 77th Infantry Division, the first Army Reserve division to see combat in the First World War. The brigade is tasked with providing in theater logistics support to combat units. World War IActivated: 18 August 1917 Major Operations: Meuse-Argonne Offensive, Oise-Aisne. The 77th Infantry Division was organized from draftees, drawn mostly from New York City, and trained at Camp Upton in Yaphank, NY in the central part of Suffolk Country, Long Island; the camp is now Brookhaven National Laboratory. The 77th Infantry Division was the first American division composed of draftees to arrive in France in World War I, landing in April 1918; overall it was the seventh of 42 divisions to reach France. The division fought in the Battle of Château-Thierry on July 18, 1918. It sustained 10,194 casualties 1,486 killed and 8,708 wounded. The division returned to the U.S. in April 1919 and was deactivated that month. The "Lost Battalion" of World War I fame was composed of six companies of the 77th's 308th Infantry Regiment and one from the 307th Infantry Regiment. Pictures of the Lost Battalion Area Commanders: Maj. Gen. J. Franklin Bell (18 August 1917), Brig. Gen. E. M. Johnson (4 December 1917), Maj. Gen. G. B. Duncan (8 May 1918), Brig. Gen. E. M. Johnson (20 July 1918), Brig. Gen. E. M. Johnson (19 August 1918), Maj. Gen. Robert Alexander (27 August 1918) [edit] World War IIActivated: 25 March 1942 Overseas: 24 March 1944 Campaigns: Western Pacific, Southern Philippines, Ryukyus Distinguished Unit Citations: 16 Awards: Medal of Honor-6 ; Distinguished Service Cross-19 ; Distinguished Service Medal-2 ; Silver Star-335; Legion of Merit-22; Soldier's Medal-25 ; Bronze Star-4,433 ; Air Medal-4 Commanders: Maj. Gen. Robert L. Eichelberger (March-June 1942), Maj. Gen. Roscoe B. Woodruff (June 1942-May 1943), Maj. Gen. Andrew D. Bruce (May 1943-27 February 1946) Chaplain: Fray Angélico Chávez Deactivated: 15 March 1946 in Japan The 77th Infantry Division landed in Hawaii, 31 March 1944, and continued training in amphibious landings and jungle warfare. Elements began to leave Hawaii, 1 July 1944, for the amphibious assault on Guam. Attached to III Amphibious Force, the 77th made an assault landing on Guam, 21 July 1944. After taking over defense of the beachhead, the division drove north to seize Mount Tenjo and effected junction with the 3d Marine Division, linking the northern and southern bridgeheads, 23–29 July. It continued to drive north, and dislodged the enemy from positions at Barrigada town and mountain, 4 August, resistance ending on the 8th. With Guam recaptured, the 77th sailed for New Caledonia, but plans were changed en route and it was directed to proceed to Leyte. The division landed on the east coast of Leyte, 23 November 1944, and was attached to XXIV Corps, Sixth Army. After a short period of training and combat patrolling in the Corps' rear, 23 November-6 December, it landed at Ipil and fought up the east coast of Ormoc Bay to seize Ormoc, 10 December. Attacking north, astride Highway No. 2, the division secured Valencia and the Libungao-Palompon road junction. Mopping up operations continued through January 1945 to 5 February 1945. The next combat assignment was Okinawa. In late March (26-29), the division made 15 landings, securing Kerama Retto and Keise Shima for the assault on Okinawa. Riding at sea, 1–15 April 1945, it suffered casualties from enemy suicide attacks, - and prepared for the assault landing on Ie Shima. On 16 April 1945, the 77th landed on Ie Shima, captured the airfield, and engaged in a bitter fight for "Government House Hill" and "Bloody Ridge." It was in this operation that Ernie Pyle was killed. On 25 April, it left Ie Shima for Okinawa, relieving the 96th Division, 28 April 1945. Fighting its way slowly against extremely heavy Japanese resistance, the division drove to Shuri in conjunction with the 1st Marine Division, occupying it 29–31 May. In June the division covered the right flank of XXIV Corps and "sealed" Japanese cave positions. In July the division moved to Cebu, Philippine Islands, and prepared for the proposed invasion of Japan. The division landed in Japan in October 1945 for occupation duty, and was inactivated a few months later, 15 March 1946.

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My Dad served in the 77th Div. 305 E Co during WWII. TSgt. Got Purple Heart and Bronze Star Made it from Guam to Leyte before he was wounded. Is there any place where the history of the Division is kept? I’ve read several books on the 77th, Second To None and Ours To Hold High! Would love to see and hear more.
Merry Christmas 77th Family. Hope you all had a wonderful day
This is a local child who had the mother of his best friend reach out to me yesterday to obtain my son’s (Devin Sprinkle) address, as well as his deployment unit. https://www.facebook.com/groups/559172684883355/?ref=share
Happy Thanksgiving to all, especially to my son, Devin Sprinkle.
99th RD Training Opportunities for Nov - Dec 2019 (call or email prior to the class to receive the slides and handouts for each session at 301-677-1210 or [email protected] ) 19 Nov 2019 @ 7pm - Reunion/Reintegration, Instructor Andrea Daniels, PhD 3 Dec [email protected] - Soldier Family eadinss Liaison (SFRL) 101, Instructor Nancy Spangler 10 Dec [email protected] - Solving Family Problems: First Seek to understand and then to be understood, Instructor CH Gary Usher 17 Dec [email protected] - Operational Security (OPSEC) for Soldiers and Families, Instructor MAG Hatch
77 SB....please see the message sent....
Happy Birthday to my son, Devin Sprinkle
For family & friends of the 77th, give a cup of Joe. My husband is currently deployed and thoroughly enjoyed having a great cup of coffee. Son, Devin Sprinkle, you will be receiving yours soon. Happy July 4th
Are there any Soldiers left in the 77th from the 2011 deployment??
Good evening battle buddies!.. we have a Soldier stranded at Philadelphia airport trying to get to fort dix. Can anyone help?.. he lost his wallet.
Hey Folks, on the centenary of the beginning of the (so called) Lost Battalion's epic tale of survival, Battles of the First World War Podcast has an interview with the authority on the subject: Robert J. Laplander. Hope you enjoy.