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      We had an upgrade to the system this morning and I had to temporarily disable the theme/colors/look-feel of the forum. The forum was acting strangely and was moving along at a snails pace, so had to perform some tests. After I disabled all the customizations, things improved immensely, so... I am hoping to add our colors back, but till then...bear with me. Thanks!
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      Advertisers   08/12/17

      If you would like to advertise on my VI Corps site, please let me know. However, all ads must be directly related to WWII. Are you an author? Are you conducting tours? Are you a researcher? Prices are very reasonable, for aren't we here to benefit each other? Looking forward to hearing from you. 

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Tom Bryant

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  1. 258th Engineers

    Randy, Thank you so very much. I have several pictures of dad during WWII I will post soon. Oh how I wish I had taken the time to write down all the information about the crossing and his time in Europe. Dad was older than most of his fellow troops. I remember him talking about guarding the prisoners after the war. I believe I was almost 2 years old when I first saw dad. Those men should never be forgotten, they made this country great! I will be in touch and thanks again!
  2. 258th Engineers

    My name is Tom Bryant, my father Pvt John Franklin Brant was in the 258th Combat Engineers during WWII. The unit trained in Hattiesburg, MS before going to Europe. I have a picture of the outfit. I remember dad talking about the day they crossed the Rhine but I cannot remember where he crossed. I am looking for anyone that might have information on that. My dad was born in 1912 and passed away five years ago. If anyone has any suggestions how I can get more information on my dad or his outfit crossing the Rhine I would really appreciate that.
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