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Camp Gordon, Georgia – 12th Infantry, Company “I” – World War Two

“The 12th Infantry Regiment was reorganized as a Motorized Infantry Regiment on 29 September 1942. Less than a year later, on 1 August 1943, the 12th was reorganized as a standard infantry regiment when the 4th Division was converted from … Continue reading

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Photo of the Week – James Doran and Friend, Camp Gordon, Georgia, 1942

This photograph of James F. Doran shows him with his cap tilted back, and his buddy on the right. It was taken at Camp Gordon, Augusta, Georgia on February 28, 1942.  James was 22 years old in this picture – … Continue reading

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Photo of the Week – Camp Gordon, GA, 1943

This photo shows James F. Doran, from Harrison, NJ, at age 23, looking young and handsome while in basic training for the Army in 1943. He was in the 4th  “Ivy” Division, at that time called the 4th Motorized Division. … Continue reading

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