|James H. Campbell|
Private First Class James H. Campbell, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Campbell, 416 Chippewa Street, Eau Claire, is a Technical Supply Clerk at a fighter training station in England.
Private First Class Campbell is the one they call on when the mechanics want a particular kind of grease or oil to "keep 'em flying." He has been serving at this station for more than two years now. He is a graduate of Eau Claire Senior High School, Class of 1937.
Private Allen J. Campbell has arrived safely at an undisclosed overseas
destination, according to word received by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M.
K. Campbell of 416 Chippewa Street, this city. His wife, Mrs. Mahala S.
Campbell, resides in Milwaukee.
He enlisted in October 1942 and received his training at Fort Riley, KS; the Desert Training Center in California; Camp Polk, LA; and was given an intensive course in Radio Communications at the Armored School, Fort Knox, KY. He is a member of a Mechanized Cavalry Reconnaissance Squadron.
Private Campbell has two brothers overseas, Private First Class James H. Campbell with the Eighth United States Army Air Force in England and Sergeant Roy M. Campbell with the Eau Claire National Guard Unit in New Guinea.
Corporal Allen J. Campbell was wounded in action in Luxembourg on
December 17, according to advices received by his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
M. K. Campbell, 416 Chippewa Street, and his wife, Mrs. Mahala S.
Campbell of Milwaukee.
Corporal Campbell enlisted in the Mechanized Cavalry in October 1942 and was a member of a Mechanized Reconnaissance Squadron in Luxembourg when wounded.
Two brothers are also overseas, Private First Class James H. Campbell, at an air base of the Eighth Air Corps in England for the past 29 months, and Staff Sergeant Roy Campbell with the 32nd Division, now in the Philippines.