Fort Knox, Kentucky
1940 - 1941
Photo of the 33rd Tank Company Armory in Maywood, Illinois.
Courtesy Steve Gibson
Photo of Company B, 192nd Tank
Battalion taken at Ft. Knox, Kentucky in 1941.
Seated L to R: 2nd Lt. Arthur V. Holland+,
2nd Lt. William Slicer, Capt. Donald Hanes+,
2nd Lt. Matthew MacDowell, 2nd Lt. Richard Danca+
Seated L to R: 2nd Lt. Arthur V. Holland+, 2nd Lt. William Slicer, Capt. Donald Hanes+, 2nd Lt. Matthew MacDowell,
2nd Lt. Richard Danca+
1st Row L to R: Cpl. Richard Armato, Sgt. Marion Lundy*, Sgt. Robert Bronge+, Cpl. Raymond Mason+, Sgt. Hugh Mackle*,Cpl. Lawrence Jordan, Cpl. James William*, Sgt. Carl Threford*, Cpl. Walter Cigoi+, Sgt. Henry Crowe*,
Sgt. Thomas Savage, Sgt. Robert Peterson, Sgt. Norman Goodman, Sgt. Harold Lane, Sgt. Warren Hildebrandt+,
Cpl. John Cahill, Sgt. Stanley Laskowski*, Sgt. Albert McArthur+, Sgt. Joseph Broadazewski*, Sgt. George Smith*
2nd Row L to R: Pvt. Alexander Mueller+, Pvt. John Pimperal, Pvt. George Scruggs*, Pvt. Clifton Becker*, Pvt. Charles Peterson+, Pvt. Stanley Welling*, Pvt. Kellie Hill*, Pvt. Andrew Hepburn+, Pvt. Bernard McClindon*, Pvt. Albert Cornils, Pvt. J. Robert Martin, Pvt. Ken Heinrich, Pvt. James Bird+, Pvt. Erwin Glasenapp, Pvt. John Massimino, Pvt. Joseph Wisnowski+, Pvt. Edward Depa, Pfc. James Bainbridge+, Pvt. Nicholas Fryziuk, Pvt. Daniel Boni+
3rd Row L to R: Pvt. Sam Cervone*, Pvt. Martin Pedi*, Pvt. Ray Vanderbrouke, Pvt. Richard Graff+, Pvt. Harry Noworul, Pfc. Joseph Kwitkowski+, Pvt. Herbert Kirchhoff, Pvt. Laprade Brown+ (hidden by Andrew Hepburn), Pvt. Charles Heuel+, Pvt. James Griffin+, Pvt. Charles Corr+, Pvt. Michael Swartz+, Pvt. William Kerins, Unknown, Pvt. Hiram McCartney*, Pvt. Steve Kodaj, Pvt. Ralph Shaffer, Pvt. Clyde Ehrhart+, Pvt. Arthur Van Pelt•+, Pvt. John Strompolis, Pvt. Robert Parr, Pvt. Henry Rusch
4th Row L to R: Pvt. Leonard Smith*, Pvt. Edward Plodzien, Pvt. Lawrence Sears, Pvt. Lester Tennenberg, Pvt. Louis Zelis, Pvt. Orrie Mulholland, Pvt. Frank Goldstein, Pvt. Mike Wepsiec
* Did not go to the Philippine Islands
+ Killed in combat or died while Japanese POW
Illinois National Guardsmen assigned to HQ Company are not pictured
Larry Jordan stands with full backpack in front of other members of B Company, 192nd Tank Battalion on a full pack hike at Fort Knox, Kentucky during the winter of 1940. From left to right in the picture: Fred Lovering, Joseph Kwiatkowski , Orrie Mulholland (directly above Jordan), Zenon Bardowski (first to right), James Williams, Carl Maggio (third on right), unknown (partially hidden), John Massimino (far right).
Of the men in this picture, only Pvt. James Williams did not go to the Philippine Islands.
Courtesy Orrie Mulholland ©
Company B on full a back pack hike at Fort Knox, Kentucky during the winter of 1940.
Courtesy Orrie Mulholland
Pvt. Daniel Boni and his cousin, Sgt. Robert Bronge, take the time to pose for a picture during training at Fort Knox, Kentucky.
Both men died while POWs of the Japanese.
Courtesy of Larry Boni