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  • Hello from Belen, NM

    Richard Mathiason, here. I live in Belen, NM and have created a Blog in honor of my Father and the181st Engineer Heavy Pontoon Battalion. There was a journal given to my Dad after the war and so I scanned it and made a blog for it. I have also added apture links which you will see when you read it. The links have a small icon next to them and when you hover over them a window will come up and there will be more information about that word or phrase. I trust that you will enjoy it.

    http://181stengineerheavypontonbattalion.com

    Thanks to my Dad and to all those that serve and have served.

    Richard Mathiason

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    Originally posted by R Mathiason View Post
    Richard Mathiason, here. I live in Belen, NM and have created a Blog in honor of my Father and the181st Engineer Heavy Pontoon Battalion. There was a journal given to my Dad after the war and so I scanned it and made a blog for it. I have also added apture links which you will see when you read it. The links have a small icon next to them and when you hover over them a window will come up and there will be more information about that word or phrase. I trust that you will enjoy it.

    http://181stengineerheavypontonbattalion.com

    Thanks to my Dad and to all those that serve and have served.

    Richard Mathiason
    Welcome to the Forums. Great effort here. to the members
    of the 181st and for your work to remember them. Add some things
    to your Albums as you see fit. In my own albums I have a picture of
    a relative who was a Pontoon Builder for the Russian Army in the 19th
    Century!

    The best to ya!

    17th
    17thAirborneSon

    "The horizon is unlimited." Major General Matthew Ridgeway

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      Welcome mate! I'll have to check out your blog sometime soon!

      Cheers mate!
      "A foolish man thinks he knows everything if placed in unexpected difficulty; but he knows not what to answer, if to the test he is put."

      --Hávamál

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        HI!! Welcome to the ACG forums. Hope you enjoy your time here
        In this world nothing is certain but death and taxes
        - Benjamin Franklin, U.S. statesman, author, and scientist

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