People

The People section of this site includes biographies of TD servicemen as well as a few other personnel that have some connection to the Tank Destroyer Forces. Separate pages provide information on the two national groups that were formed by tank destroyer veterans, the Tank Destroyer Association and the Tank Destroyer Society.  A Research Guide and Contributors List, round out the section.

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The following are biographies of the enlisted men of the HQ Company, 6th Tank Destroyer Group.  Along with that information is the story behind my search for these men.  I want to thank the families of these men for the information provided to me by them.  I want to personally thank each of these men for the service they provided to this country.
This website is dedicated to them.

 

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    There were over 110,000 men who served in tank destroyer units and much of their history and stories are being lost as time goes by.  The articles in this section contain short biographies, most with photos, of Tank Destroyer veterans.  The biographies are alphabetized by the soldiers last name.  Just click on a letter to be taken to the appropriate listing.

    If you are a TD veteran or know of a one and can provide at least one photo of him, and can answer some questions about his life, we would like to hear you.  You can use the Contact link, or the Honor a Veteran Form, to get the information and materials to us. These biographies are a great way to honor these men and let the public know of their wartime deeds, sacrifices and lives, both pre and post-war.

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The following are biographies of the officers of the HQ Company, 6th Tank Destroyer Group.  Along with that information is the story behind my search for these men.  I want to thank the families of these men for the information provided to me by them.  I want to personally thank each of these men for the service they provided to this country.
This website is dedicated to them.


The People section of this site includes biographies of TD servicemen as well as a few other personnel that have some connection to the Tank Destroyer Forces. Separate pages provide information on the two national groups that were formed by tank destroyer veterans, the Tank Destroyer Association and the Tank Destroyer Society.  A Research Guide and Contributors List, round out the section.

Use the side navigation bar to see the entire list for each group.

The following information provides a basic look at the unit history of the HQ Company, 6th Tank Destroyer Group.  Some of the information was collected from the individual member records and some was gathered from actual records of the unit.  I have made every attempt to provide as accurate information as possible regarding the time and place of each of their actions.