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Hello Everyone-- found these two disks today --Florida and Oklahoma-----Blue Skies Mark

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In Memory of Air Corps Technical Sergeant Carl F. Durfee. He died of wounds on 30 December 1944 while serving in the South Pacific. You are not forgotten.

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JOHN N. DANIELS ---152nd COMPANY C New York State Infantry--- captured 1864 survivor of Andersonville ---- Great-Great-Great Uncle

Captain Robert L. Hosler, 522nd Fighter/Bomber Sq. 12th Army Air Corp. World War Two P47 Pilot - 1 DFC- 5 Air Medal & 0ne Purple Heart---Uncle

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Sgt Willam M. Barry, USMC----Pacific World War Two--Father





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Would anyone know what unit held a number 106 in the Florid National Guard?

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Hello---- the back of the disks

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In Memory of Air Corps Technical Sergeant Carl F. Durfee. He died of wounds on 30 December 1944 while serving in the South Pacific. You are not forgotten.

ASMIC member

American Legion member

US Air Force & Air National Guard TAC - MAC

JOHN N. DANIELS ---152nd COMPANY C New York State Infantry--- captured 1864 survivor of Andersonville ---- Great-Great-Great Uncle

Captain Robert L. Hosler, 522nd Fighter/Bomber Sq. 12th Army Air Corp. World War Two P47 Pilot - 1 DFC- 5 Air Medal & 0ne Purple Heart---Uncle

1st Sgt Ann Barry, US Army Air Corp WAC World War Two --ETO --- Aunt

Sgt Willam M. Barry, USMC----Pacific World War Two--Father





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Patches,

 

I believe that the Florida disk is for the 106th Sanitary Train. It appears that they were a part of the 31st "Dixie" Division in WWI. https://www.floridamemory.com/items/show/140215

 

Allan

Thank You Allan, you're answer lead me to check the WWI OOB 31st Div, the support units of the division were indeed numbered 106. Not sure which other ones were of the Florida National Guard, as like most NG Divisions, had units in them from various states located near them, in example the division's 106th Engineer Regiment was of the Mississippi NG.

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