Tuesday, February 2, 2010

28th Infantry Division

This is one of the soldiers from the 28th ID. The 28th ID was a PA National Guard Unit that was federalized in February of 1941 for one year. From Feb to April they were trained in Fort Indiantown Gap and in April they were sent to Camp Livingston, North Carolina for different training purposes. He is portraying a soldier from the 112th Infantry Regiment of the 28th ID in Feb. of 1941.


Sparky said...

Nice history lesson and great shot. I hope you and your Dad had a good time, I bet it was a little cold Saturday.

Brad Myers said...

Good job Shane, I am not going to keep helping you if you are going to keep posting yours before mine. It makes it look like I am copying off of you. Now can you remember how to do this again?