Boys of Company C

Veterans Day, seems an appropriate time to remember these men of Company C, 66th Medical Regiment, U.S. Army who served during World War II. Their images were sketched about 1942-43 at Camp Maxey, Texas.  The artist, LeRoy or possibly C. Roy, was a member of Company C. 
          Sergeant “Similink” in the upper left corner is my Dad. He told great stories about the men of his company and treasured this original sketch.

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Published in: on November 8, 2010 at 6:00 am  Comments (1)  
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  1. Do you have any more information on the 66th Medical Reg? I recently came across some of my grandfathers papers from wwii says he was a sergeant in the 66th July 43-Dec 45. His name was Earl Wayne Beccue


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