It’s been a while since we’ve added any new content to the page, so we’re going to fix that. First and foremost, we’ll be uploading the documentary Deeds Not Words: The Buffalo Soldiers in World War II to the website. The documentary originally aired on The Pentagon Channel in February 2011.
After that, we’ll post other periodic updates during the summer. We’ll have web extras – outtakes from our interviews with the members of the 92nd’s Veteran’s Association. We’ll also post information about this year’s reunion – scheduled for October 17th-19th.
So, as they say in TV-land…stay tuned!
My day is the 2nd solider from the left on the top row. His name is Joseph Sharper. I am trying to get a picture of him in his uniform. Is there any way you can help me?
My father, HIAWATHA TURNER is 2nd soldier from top left and living in Memphis TN..he served in same 365thRegiment. He verified it when I had the photo blown up plus I knew it was him in the small photo…sorry..
Similar to Ms. Sharper’s question about the cover page picture, My grandfather Charles L. Pickett is on the first row, 4th soldier from the left. Can someone give information as to the location and date of the picture, or whether I could get a copy of the picture?
I will ask my dad about SOLDIER PICKETT…calling now…
My father, HIAWATHA C. TURNER, is still alive living in Memphis, Tennessee. Born in Anisston, Alabama , 92 years old, joined the Buffalo Soldiers of the last unit out of Arizona . Lived most of his life in Flint, Michigan. Was the first Black journeyman carpenter with a degree from C.S. Mott College, Flint, Michigan and helped to build the City Hall of Flint, Michigan in 1956 and Kensington Park in Novi, Michigan with words of honor from former Governor George Romney.
My great Uncle Charlie C. Johnson -Company B. 365th Inf. 92nd Inf. Div.
Do anyone have information on him.
Sfc. Collie Stradford, Jr. (Ret)USA
Also when is the next reunion of the 92nd Inf Div family and frends
My father is 92 and very bright in his mind about WWII BUFFALO SOLDIERS…HE WAS in the 92 nd Division of the 597th FA 365the REGIMENT Of FT.HUACHUCA, AZ , THE LAST BUFFALO UNIT..was part of the book BUFFALO SOLDIERS of ITALY by Hondon Hargrove who was his captain…My father and I would like to attend a reunion…PLEASE keep in touch…
Is there a roster available?…
Is there a roster available?. My father Richard Williams took basic training at Fort Locket near San Diego, California, and was assigned to 2nd Calvary. Shipped to Naples, fought in the Italian campaign. Any information appreciated.