Oscar Lehnherr, Enlisted in US Army 23 MAY
1917 and was discharged 17 MAY 1919 at Camp Grant IL.
His unit was Co H 127th Infantry Regiment.
Gerald "Jerry" Frederick Lehnherr.
A company, 44th Army Engineers, Broken Heart Battalion.
This unit is still in South Korea, near the DMZ.
Jerry was involved in the invasion at Inchon,
Jerry has been back to Korea several times four
times. He and his wife, Jean, goes to his army
reunion every spring. In 2001, they attended the
reunion in Titusville, FL. For more information
on Korean War veterans, visit the Korean
Lehnherr, US Army; WW I; 128th
Machine Gun Battalion, 69th Infantry Brigade,
35th Infantry Division.
This is my father in his
WW I Army uniform complete with breeches
and wrap leggings. It was taken
in 1928. Every Memorial Day and
Armistice Day in those years he would
put on his uniform and pose for a picture
in front of a stretched, and hanging
Olive Drab wool Army blanket.
Memories by Bob
DENNIS LEHNHERR, Enlisted in
'D' Battery, 130th Field Artillery, 35th
Division, on 27 DEC 1921. He rose to the
rank of 1st Sergeant of 'D' Battery, which
was subsequently called into active federal
service on 23 DEC 1940. In 1942 he was
transferred to the US Army Air Force,
and continued to serve his country until
retirement with rank of First Sergeant
on 18 OCT 1948. He was affectionately
known as "Pop" by all who "soldiered"
Bernell Clark Tucker, US Army S/Sgt;
WW II; 1943 - 13 Feb 1946.
Farran Jay Wallace, US Army.
Harland George Watrud, US Army Air
Corps; WW II; 6 JAN 1943 - 17 JAN 1944.
Calvin Willard Zimbelman, US Army;
WW II; 7 DEC 1944 - 14 NOV 1946.