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23rd Amb.Co. — 2nd Division — "A.E.F."— Germany — July 1919
2nd Sanitary Train Uniform
2nd Sanitary Train interred in France
2nd Sanitary Train War Diary Entries
Final destination, Engers-am-Rhein, was reached on Dec. 15, 1918.
Engers, Germany was the home of the Second Sanitary Train during their stay on the Rhine River.
Albert B. Fultz, 2nd Sanitary Train, 1884-1941 Fultz, Albert B.
2nd Sanitary Train
1884—1941

Photograph contributed by descendant, Cheryl Durst. Any information regarding Albert Fultz is being sought. A photograph of him is particularly desired. Please contact Cheryl with any information.
2nd Sanitary Train Wagoner Charles Kelly, Morengo, Illinois and Wagoner George Weber

Possible grave of Charles Kelly
   
 
2nd Sanitary Train
Medics of the 2nd Sanitary Train, Neuwied, Germany. Group photograph of the Enlisted Medics of the 2nd Sanitary Train, 2nd Division, AEF in front of their Battalion Aid Station during the 3rd U.S. Army of Occupation of the Koblenz Bridgehead, Germany.
Neuwied, Germany March, 5th, 1919.
*Note - All of them have traditional German porcelain pipes as souvenirs.
Robert. E. Schalles, 1st Ambulance Co. 2nd Sanitary Train Photograph (taken while serving with the 3rd U.S. Army Occupation of the Koblenz Bridgehead at Engers-am-Rhein, Germany on April 9th, 1919) of Pfc. Robert. E. Schalles, 1st Ambulance Co. 2nd Sanitary Train, 2nd Division, AEF. Awarded the Silver Star Medal, and the French Croix de Guerre w/ Silver Star for actions against the enemy while serving as a Ambulance Driver during the Battle of Blanc Mont Ridge, France, from Thursday, October 3rd - Wednesday, October 10th, 1918. Participated in the Defensive Sector at Verdun (Toulon/Troyon), The Battle of the Aisne, The Aisne-Marne Offensive, (Soissons), The Defensive Sector at Marbache, The Meuse-Argonne Offensive, and the 3rd U.S. Army Occupation of the Koblenz Bridgehead, Germany.
Buckley brothers, 15th Ambulance Co. 2nd Sanitary Train, 2nd Division, AEF Photograph (taken while serving with the 3rd U.S. Army Occupation of the Koblenz Bridgehead at Engers-am-Rhein, Germany on May 19th, 1919) of (seated in the middle) Pvt. Roy Buckley along with his brothers (standing L to R, back row) Pfc William Buckley, & Pfc. Carl Buckley, 15th Ambulance Co. 2nd Sanitary Train, 2nd Division, AEF. All were awarded the French Croix de Guerre w/ Bronze Star for actions against the enemy while serving as Ambulance Drivers during the Battle of Blanc Mont Ridge, France, from Thursday, October 3rd - Wednesday, October 10th, 1918. Participated in the Defensive Sector at Verdun (Toulon/Troyon), The Battle of the Aisne, The Aisne-Marne Offensive, (Soissons), The Defensive Sector at Marbache, The St. Mihiel Offensive, The Meuse-Argonne Offensive, and the 3rd U.S. Army Occupation of the Koblenz Bridgehead, Germany.
 
 
SSG Steven C. Girard, (Ret.) has contributed the three photographs with text at bottom.
 
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