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Joe Cotter Joe Cotter wrote on August 21, 2022 at 3:36 pm
I was in E Company 327th Infantry at Ft. Campbell during the years 1958-1959 and wondered if anybody on this site was stationed their during this period.My Platoon Sergeant was Sergeant Willis,, who jumped in on D Day. He died in 1959 when we were on maneuvers and was sleeping in the commo tent and the night guard, who was cold, it was January or February . The gas stove in the commo tent was barely burning and he poured gas from a gas can on it which exploded on Sergeant Williams and burned him alive as he was sleeping. We were all in our pup tents and woke up to see this and too late to save him.
Sergeant Williams was 15 when he joined in W2 and 18:when he jumped in on D Day. What a waste.
Joe Cotter
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