header image

15th Field Artillery Maps / Photos / Misc.

Steven Girard Images
E BATTERY GOES TO WAR
Battery "E" Roster
From diary of 1st Lieut. Elmer Hess, MCR, 15th FA
HISTORY OF BATTERY E FIFTEENTH FIELD ARTILLERY
 
Battery B, 15th Field Artillery tunic and helmet Battery B, 15th Field Artillery tunic and helmet
Battery "E" 15th F.A. Battery "E" 15th F.A. - "A.E.F." - Germany - July 1919.
There are 240 men listed in the roster, not including men assigned to the battery only on the Rhine. There are 124 men in the photograph. My guess is that the 124 may have sailed with the battery when it left the U.S.

Photograph from "E Battery Goes To War" by Anthony Cone.
Battery F, 15th F. A., 2d Div. Capt. Robert F. Hyatt (with megaphone) Battery F, 15th F. A., 2d Div., receiving reports from observation post via field telephone. Coupru, Chateau Thierry Sector. June 5. 1918.
E Battery, 15th Field Artillery "E" Battery of the 15th F. A., 2d Div., in action near Vauxcastille, July 19, 1918.

Photograph from "E Battery Goes To War" by Anthony Cone.
E Battery, 15th FA near St. Mihiel "E" Battery concealed in the woods. Awaiting orders to go into action near St. Mihiel

Photograph from "E Battery Goes To War" by Anthony Cone.
Headquaters Co. 15th Field Artillery - Champagne Drive Oct. 11 - 18, 1918. Damage done by one shell killed 11 horses & 2 men. Headquaters Co. 15 F. A.
Champagne Drive Oct. 11 - 18, 1918.
15th Field Artillery crossing the Rhine River December 14, 1918. 15th Field Artillery crossing the Rhine River December 14, 1918.
British QF 18 Pounder Field Guns & Caisson British QF 18 Pounder Field Guns & Caisson
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Last Update: 06/18/2017 8:42 AM Sitemap Search this Site ©2002-2017 MG Ryder & Contributors