New here, intro in the front. Gotta chime in and agree with everyone that this stuff is a real treasure. I came upon this site being a military buff and a fan of among others Dave Hackworth, who in turn thought the world of Don Schroeder. I reread books every couple/few years then I go search for info/photos/video, often about Don Schroeder, about which very little has existed, until now (well 2011- but I just found them). Do you realize that, apparently, you have more than quadrupled the number of photos of LTC Schroeder available in the public domain?
I also have to agree with what you said earlier; if a book is to be written it should be about all the unsung heros you listed (you included Schroeder). And that is why I would periodically search for info on him, because he was world class, had to be for the likes of Hackworth & Hank Emerson to admire him unconditionally. Of course Schroeder was Emerson's man, his XO in the 101st, and then he brought him to the 9th Div, as he did Hackworth. Then Emerson, already a legend, saw his reputation grow even more in Korea, with the likes of Colin Powell idolizing him as did countless others who served under him. Now there's another book that alas may never be written.
Do you have additional photos of Schroeder or any of Emerson? Is there any 9th Div video you know of that's not already on the internet? It also seems that very little official Army photo/video exists of the 4/39th at all. Did any of your 9th Div CAT team go out with the 4/39th? Of course Hackworth was the CO and wrote a famous book about it but most all photos were shot by soldiers. The quality of what you guys shot is outstanding!