G Company, 3rd Battalion
1942-1944


photos from Timothy Moore
[grandson of PFC John B. Myers (G Co, 3rd BN, 506th PIR, 1942-1944)]

60mm Mortar

John B. Myers, training with the 60mm Mortar



Alexander Rapino

PFC Alexander Rapino (KIA 9/27/44, Holland)



Myers Family
June 1944: PFC John Myers, at home on leave, with his
wife Dorothy and their daughter Sharon. John was in a cast
because he had broken his leg (compound fracture) during
a practice jump in England before D-Day. John did not jump
again. He was reassigned to be a rifle instructor at the Para-
chute School at Fort Benning for the remainder of the war.




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506th Airborne Infantry Regiment Association (Airmobile - Air Assault)
This page updated 04/06/13