Peter’s pictures of Graf should bring back some memories.  Too cold or too hot,  too much mud or too much dust.  Smell of coal stoves in cement platoon bays.  It was good to get back to Worms.

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 Typical Graf!  
 Sp4 Ropple with Pfc Lawrence (Pete) Cooper’s jeep stuck in the Grafenwoehr mud.            


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 Lt. Webb, driver PFC. Tasker in command jeep at Grafenwoehr.                     

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 Pfcs. Caragonne and Thomas Moore in Grafenwoehr.  Remember the Field Trousers and Wool Shirts?

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 Pfcs. Caragonne, HQ45 3/4 ton truck with ammo trailer in Grafenwoehr        

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 On the tanks at Graf


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  PFCs Louis J. Carpino and Peter J. Caragonne on their first visit to the garden
       spot of the universe-Grafenwhor.  The Olive Drab Nugget Saloon/background.



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  Chow time in Grafenwhor, PFC. Thomas McHugh and Pfc. Peter J. Caragonne


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  PFC. Caragonne in Grafenwhor with his 3/4 ton.



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