223rd Infantry Regiment Tank Company


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Entry: 90300
Subject: DAUGHTER OF DANIEL TRAYLING

Janelle Trayling wrote on December 29, 2014

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City and State: HEMET CA

Unit: 233

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: Hi Im looking for anyone who may have known my Father Daniel Trayling i miss him so he passed Feb 3 1996 before his death my Dad said 223 be looking at this time n its me he was an amazing Father with a great love for music and one of the funniest Man ever he was Proud to serve

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Entry: 61181
Subject: ANYONE KNOW RUSSELL VOYLES 1953

Terry Voyles wrote on June 1, 2007


City and State: WEEKI WACHEE FL

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Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: Just would like to know more about my father in service. Thanks

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Entry: 47708
Subject: DID YOU KNOW GEORGE REZNAK?

David Petrore wrote on December 25, 2004

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Service or Relationship: Interested Person

Comments: if you have known him please contact me.

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Entry: 46643
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Robert (Bob) Cool wrote on November 3, 2004

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City and State: TANNERSVILLE PA

Unit: TANK

Service or Relationship: -

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Entry: 45064
Subject: 223RD INFANTRY REGIMENT'S TANK CO VAT 69

Stanley Carroll wrote on August 7, 2004


City and State: ROCKAWAY BEACH OR

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Service or Relationship: Army Veteran - Korea

Comments: Just a note to say that you have changed the life of this one man: Stanley Carroll of the 223rd Infantry Regiment's Tank Company. He was:
Cpl. Stanley Carroll, bow gunner (and assistant driver) sat behind a 30 caliber machine gun, in "Vat 69". Stanley has been suffering from PTSD (a common post war syndrom). A clipping from the paper states: "He lost his seat when the mine exploded. The escape hatch and seat simply dropped out from under him. "It's like somebody gave me a good wallop" Stanley Carroll recalled. A buddy, Cpl. Richard James of Baldwin Park cut in: "Aw, so what! You're always sitting down anyway."

We posted this site with several months ago and it includes a few names and he has heard from several vets of many branches and different years too.
http://www.geocities.com/slmaps/Carroll.html

But we want you to know that some very wonderful men wrote to him and one sent him a couple treasures (two "Vay '69" Scotch collector canisters) he is Greg Lawritson. Frank O Pruit is writing a book and served in the Tank Company of the 223rd Regiment in Korea from May 1952 until January 1953, and he also sent a wonderful letter to Stanley. Ted sent some pictures that he also treasures (from Ted Stockman) of the 223rd division, he was in the 223rd Tank Co., 40th Division until October 1951. We want to say thank you again for helping those who helped us.
**Note written by friends of: Stanley Carroll who is now smiling and proud of us for remembering.

Keywords: the 223rd Infantry Regiment's Tank Company,
El Monte Unit of Southern California's 40th National Guard. "Vat '69"



Entry: 44916
Subject: LOOKING FOR INFO ON MY FATHER

Bob Cool wrote on July 31, 2004

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City and State: PA

Unit: 30TH TANK BATTALION

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