The 526th Armored Infantry Battalion
Posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member leadhiker
N 33° 55.888 W 114° 00.289
11S E 776868 N 3758598
Quick Description: Monument Row in Bouse Arizona is dedicated to the various battalions that trained at Camp Bouse. Camp Bouse was established in 1942 by Gen George Patton as one of the eleven bases of his "Desert Training Center". 9000 GI's were housed there.
Location: Arizona, United States
Date Posted: 5/19/2010 9:03:10 AM
Waymark Code: WM8W12
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member Bernd das Brot Team
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Long Description:
"The 526th Armored Infantry Battalion
World War II

In honored memory of those soldiers of the battalion who trained here at Camp Bouse and gave their lives in combat to preserve the freedom of the United States and to set the Peoples of Europe free.

Headquarters Company
Donald D. Hauger, Harry J. Moyles, Robert R Sullivan

"A" Company
Harland S Bittinger, Raymond R. Dukes (Kia, Korea), Jack W. Ellery, James A. Evans, Lloyd E Fisher, Dale B. Nelson, Ralph Quesenberry

"B" Company
Donald J Banks, Gordon I Blaisdell, Warren Blankenship, Hugo G. Brossman Dallas W. Buchanan, Harry B. Burlile, John C. Bush, Sam Colosi, James Coslett, Robert B. Craven, Leo J Day, William C. Duncan, Joe G Farina, William D Ferguson, David J. Heron, John A. Hess, James L. Higgins, D. B. Hollenbeck, Ralph L Iverson, Delbert J. Johnson, Warren H Knoelke, Rosco Lively, John Lopez, Oliver I. Love, Ralph G. Manis, Lillard B. McCollum, Moises A Moreno, Ralph, C. Russell, Warner Schuster, Francis L Snyder, Bernard J Ward

Medical Detachment
Joseph A Ricks

They did not grow old, as we that were left grew old, age did not weary them, nor the years condemn, at the going down of the sun and in the morning, we will remember them.

Dedicated 2/12/2005
By
The Citizens of Bouse Lost Dutchman and the Billy Holcomb Chapters of the Ancient and Honorable Order of E Clampus Vitus and the 526th Armored Infantry Battalion Association."
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