First Special Service Force 6th CO, 3rd REG, HRS St Louis, MO

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Reply Marc Beyer
9:38 AM on June 6, 2016 
Just came across this website. My father-in-law is in the first picture on the home page. Will have to spend some time checking this out when I have time!
Reply papajoad
12:03 AM on January 31, 2016 
Mitch says...
I met Sam and Shannon I believe today at the Rockford event. They were very informative and I learned about this division that I had never heard of before. I wanted to thank them for taking the time and you guys are definitely one of the units I might be interested in learning more about and possibly getting involved in. I was wearing the Gurkha t-shirt, hope to see you guys again at future events. Thanks again.
Mitch Lowenstein

Sorry for the delay in responding, Steve and Shannon are great members and I'm glad you enjoyed taking to them. Hope to meet you next year. You can contact me at [email protected]
Reply papajoad
12:01 AM on January 31, 2016 
charles headrick says...
i realy enjoyed the photo's here

Thank you, I try to post all that I can about this most important group of men.
Reply papajoad
12:00 AM on January 31, 2016 
Steve Woolman says...
Great Photo's Gents! Was on your site and saw my dad in one of you pictures! Had never seen that photo before of him on the way in to ROME I think?
Thanks for keep our fathers memories alive !
Best Regards
Steve Woolman, son of Myrle T. Buck Woolman 6-3 FSSF

You are most welcome, I try to post all that I can find.
Reply Steve Woolman
8:26 PM on January 30, 2016 
Great Photo's Gents! Was on your site and saw my dad in one of you pictures! Had never seen that photo before of him on the way in to ROME I think?
Thanks for keep our fathers memories alive !
Best Regards
Steve Woolman, son of Myrle T. Buck Woolman 6-3 FSSF
Reply charles headrick
12:54 PM on January 27, 2016 
i realy enjoyed the photo's here
Reply Mitch
11:01 PM on September 27, 2015 
I met Sam and Shannon I believe today at the Rockford event. They were very informative and I learned about this division that I had never heard of before. I wanted to thank them for taking the time and you guys are definitely one of the units I might be interested in learning more about and possibly getting involved in. I was wearing the Gurkha t-shirt, hope to see you guys again at future events. Thanks again.
Mitch Lowenstein
Reply Chris Palmer
12:43 PM on August 27, 2015 
2nd Ranger infantry Battalion of St Louis MO
Reply Richard Humphrey
4:51 PM on February 4, 2015 
My father, Lt. Boyd A. Humphrey 3,2 joined the force at Anzio as a replacement officer. The force roster lists his home as London England but he was a member of the Carleton York out of New Brunswick, Canada . He was sent by his regiment back to Brockville Ontario from England for officer training.
We have a cover from Yank magazine of his platoon entering Rome and he has penned in the names pointing to those of his platoon lying on the street returning fire.
He was proud of his service in the force and passed some 20 years ago.
Reply David Dickie
11:17 AM on October 7, 2012 
My father was a member of FSSF during WWII. He was living in Montreal and was originally part of the First Canadian Parachute Corp. He was at all of the Italian conflicts. Cassino, Anzio. He was wounded at Cassino although I believe it was not serious enough to prevent him from going to Anzio. I believe that is the right chronology. He earned a three stripe patch on his arm that mean't he was wounded three times in battle. His name is Stanley Lawrence Dickey (or Dickie). Some how he also ended up in the Pacific Theatre as well. He spoke many languages as well.