|Roy J. Campbell|
|SGT. ROY CAMPBELL
Two Campbell brothers are serving overseas, while two others are in the service, stationed in the United States.
Corporal Earl R. Campbell, a mechanic in the Army, has been in North Africa for one year. He trained at Camp Lee, VA and Baltimore, MD.
Sergeant Roy J. Campbell, also a mechanic, has just arrived in New Guinea, according to word received here. He received his training at Fort Ord, CA; San Jose, CA; and Camp St. Louis, Obsipo, CA.
Private Harold H. Campbell, U.S. Army, is now stationed at Camp Gordon, GA. He is with a tank battalion.
Guy E. Campbell, Seaman First Class, is with the Coast Guard and is stationed in Maryland.
|Original Company B Men at New Guinea|
|Bottom row: (left to right) Private First Class
Gerald Westberg, Eau Claire; Technical Sergeant Pete Edington,
Cumberland; Staff Sergeant Clifford Rude, Eau Claire; Staff Sergeant Ray
Bailey, Eau Claire; Private First Class William Heiman, Eau Claire.
Top row: Staff Sergeant Roy Campbell, Eau Claire; Private First Class Francis Nutter, Augusta; Staff Sergeant Thomas Findley, Chippewa Falls; Technical Sergeant Cornelius Verdon, Eau Claire; Private First Class Raymond Fosberg, Eau Claire; Staff Sergeant Rupert L. Henneman, Eau Claire.
|Eleven of the original members of Eau Claire's Company B,
128th Infantry are still serving with the unit in New Guinea.
Others that started service with the group are furloughed home, have been casualties, or were transferred to other units.
Company B was mobilized on October 15, 1940 and left for Camp Beauregard, LA on October 22, 1940.
The men pictured here have taken part in every action in which the company has fought. Some of them have been wounded once, twice and one of them three times.
The photograph was taken after a battle near Itape, New Guinea on September 3, last.
Before going to New Guinea, they were stationed at Australia and also fought at Buna.