Photo courtesy of Frank Schmitt
Frank Schmitt of Rapid River has identified the men who are pictured in an identical photograph submitted by Donald Swanson of the 107th Engineer Battalion C Michigan National Guard 46th Infantry Division from Escanaba taken at Camp Grayling in 1952. The pictured was published May 7 with a request for information. The last names of the men are: from left front, King, Millette, Oslund, Fish, Marenger, Anderson, Frado, Johnson, Stattem, Rossow, Lessard, Schmitt, Llord, and Writt; second row, Kositzky, Ackerly, Pratt, Meiers, Legeault, Larson, Sovey, Erforth, Godfrey, Russell, LeDuc, Simons, Miller, King and Lessard; third row, Jensen, Derocher, LaCrosse, Doucette, McNair, Cotie, Larson, Spaulding, Paquin, Samuelson, Skooglund, Koish, and Peterson; back row, Van Domelon, Mokszycke, Steinmetz, Wurth, Swanson, Sommers, LaBonte, Livermore, Ward, LaFave, Swill, and Anderson.
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