FOURTH U.S. INFANTRY REGIMENT: HOME of HEROES

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Reply bill svoboda
9:52 PM on December 16, 2014 

Glad to find my old home, 4th Infantry regiment.   Bamberg, Germany 1958-1959.

Reply mrwideman
2:15 PM on October 14, 2014 

Steve West,

Thank you for letting us know this information. We would really like to hear more about your dad and his service in the 4th Infantry. Any memoriabilia, letters, pictures you may have that can be scanned or taken a picture of we would appreciate it and include it in our records. Thank you.

Steve West says...

My father, Hugh West, served with Company B, 4th Infantry Regiment, U.S. Army during WWII (1942-1945) in Alaska, including the Aleutian Islands (Ft. Richardson, Adak, Amchitka, Attu) starting on 10 February, 1942. He was one of 39 volunteers to participate in "Operation Crowbar" which was the initial landing on Amchitka Island on Jan 12, 1943. He also served in combat with Company B on Attu Island from May 19 - June 27, 1943. He was promoted to SGT in early 1944 and served with the Fourth at the 1st Infantry Training Company School Troops, Infantry School, Ft. Benning GA in 1944-45.

Reply Steve West
4:11 PM on February 22, 2013 

My father, Hugh West, served with Company B, 4th Infantry Regiment, U.S. Army during WWII (1942-1945) in Alaska, including the Aleutian Islands (Ft. Richardson, Adak, Amchitka, Attu) starting on 10 February, 1942. He was one of 39 volunteers to participate in "Operation Crowbar" which was the initial landing on Amchitka Island on Jan 12, 1943. He also served in combat with Company B on Attu Island from May 19 - June 27, 1943. He was promoted to SGT in early 1944 and served with the Fourth at the 1st Infantry Training Company School Troops, Infantry School, Ft. Benning GA in 1944-45.

Reply Bob Bott
6:44 PM on April 18, 2012 

Co B 4th S&T Bn 4th Infantry Division 1969 - 1970

Reply Bonnie Dale Jones Williams
4:50 AM on March 31, 2012 

So many have given their life in order for us to continue to be free. I saw the faces, felt the families pain as well as my own when I saw the minature Vietnam Wall in Melbourne, Florida. Such heaviness for the heart to bear, such a lost that can never be repaid to those who gave their all. Blessed are we to have those heroes who still walk amongest us. My brother PFC Juilus Frazier Jones gave his life and he is greatly missed. Love to all our Vietnam Heroes.

Reply NAVYBEAR - ROBERT HASTINGS
8:59 PM on December 1, 2011 

In memory of LTJG DAVID P. NEISLAR, USN - died 20 Feb 1969 aboard USS RANGER (CVA 61) when his F4 Phamtom fighter plane's nose wheel collapsed in take off.  I was standing in the cat walk when his plane was launched, and lost air speed, slipping over the ship's bow.  The plane and pilot were lost at sea, the RIO ejected, chute opened, and the ship's recovery helo saved him.  

The incident has never left my thoughts and prayers.  When we speak of such courage as our naval aviators have flying into the dark night, their reply is: "NO CHOICE, that's what we do!"

LT ROBERT T. HASTINGS, SC, USN - Proudly Retired Navy  

Reply Rob Wray (daddony58)
2:50 PM on November 11, 2011 

Welcome, thank you and we would like to know more I see the year book for that unit has our color.


Harold L Spencer Jr says...

Greetings;

Wonderful site. I was a member of the 4th RCT in 1957-58 at Ft Devens MA, commanded by Col

Fred Walker Jr, son of Gen Fred Walker who commanded the 36th Div in Italy; a Texas National Guard Division.

Great memories - Great Unit!

Reply Harold L Spencer Jr
2:14 PM on November 11, 2011 

Greetings;

Wonderful site. I was a member of the 4th RCT in 1957-58 at Ft Devens MA, commanded by Col

Fred Walker Jr, son of Gen Fred Walker who commanded the 36th Div in Italy; a Texas National Guard Division.

Great memories - Great Unit!

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