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81st Wildcat Association Meeting (Reunion) 2014 !!

Ladies and Gentlemen of the 81st Wildcat Association.   See you at the Wildcat Association Meeting in Savannah!!! This year we will meet in Savannah 22-24 August 2014 at the Doubletree Hotel Savannah Historic District.  Come Join Us and learn alot!!!!

TAKE NOTE:  The 2015 meeting of the 81st Wildcat Association may be held in Orlando, FL.  The dates are not set yet, please make plans to attend!

As always, the 2014 Annual Meeting (Reunion) promises to be a one-of-a-kind-event.  We will continue to do booksignings using “Victory at Peleliu” as our centerpiece.  This wonderful history of the 81st Infantry Division is part of the Wildcat Association’s historic work — which is to educate the public about the achievements and sacrifices of 81st Wildcat soldiers!   So — the 81st Association plans to have a book signing event at its Annual Reunion in 2014 and all 81st World War Two Veterans are invited to attend to be part of this event!

And:  If you are an 81st soldier (past or present), Veteran, son or daughter of a Wildcat, friend, or civilian employee who has served the 81st you are encouraged to attend.  Thanks to everyone who continues to support the 81st Wildcat Association as we continue to educate the public.     81st Wildcat soldiers have served our nation in war & peace for over 95 years — their story is America’s story.

 Wildcats Never Quit!

  1. My late father, Charlie Stone, served with the 323rd Infantry of the 81st Division during WWII.
    He carried a camera with him and made some photographs of training areas, battlefields and Japan. I have been piecing together a website, with photos and other attachments, of the Division’s WWII history. Included are scans of division newsletters from 1944 and 1945.
    Since he was awarded a Combat Infantry Badge for service on Peleliu, I have submitted to also receive his Bronze Star Medal, and others that he never got.
    If anyone else has photos or newsletters that I do not have, please contact me to arrange for inclusion (see website).

    Thank you all, especially Kandence.

  2. Charles E. Barber says:

    Here is a link to the units that served at Camp Roberts in WW II. There was a 81th Infantry Training Battalion there.

    Hope this helps


  3. Bob. Hoekman says:

    my dad was amember of the 81st Inf. RSC at camp Roberts , around 1944.I can find no reference to the 81 st being at camp Roberts.I knew several of the men in the 81st that did not make it back.Do you have any information you can share with me. Thank You Bob.

  4. Harry Alva says:

    I am searching for any info about my fathers invovlvement with the Wildcats during WW2. His name was Vicente A. Alva.
    He passed away back in 1974, but I am trying to accumulate anything I can find with his name on it. He was involved with the war late into his 30′s, but He served proudly. I did find his DD214, but it sure don’t say much other than rank and some medals that were earned. He was infantry. Is there any help out there for me? Thanks Harry O. Alva

    p.s. I served in Viet Nam during my military time as a medic

  5. Kandence Cloud says:

    My father served with the Wildcats in WW II. His name was E. B. Todd Jr. He may have gone by the nickname of “Doc”, “Early”, or “Early Bird” and served as a machine gunner in the Pacific Theatre. I also have a couple of copies of the typed “Wildcat Odyssey” by his friend, Herbert W. Browne. I would love to hear from anyone that might remember my father.
    I may be contacted by email at

  6. Travis Pate says:

    My grandfather was PFC Willie H. Pate. He served with the 81st in the Pacific during WW2. He often spoke of a fellow soldier I think he referred to as “Bear” Martin from South Carolina. Touching stories and sometimes funny stories of his time serving. Hope to find any contacts. Thank you sincerely.

  7. Jane Adrian says:

    Looking for Keith, 81st division WW11 Friend of Pauline Kaufman Beck in Franklin Or Indianapolis, Indiana 1945 anyone with info. please contact Jane.

  8. David Wehunt says:

    I am the son of David Flay Wehunt, he passed away on July 7. 2010. He served in WWII in the 81st Wildcat Division. He had plans to be at your reunion in Mount Plesant, SC… May we (my family attend in his honor? My Dad, Mom and my sister and I attended many reunions all over the United States and would love to attend this one.

    I can be contacted either by email ( or via phone (843) 520-5813.

    Thank you,
    David S. Wehunt
    son of David Flay Wehunt

  9. John Hardeman says:

    I’m writing to inform everyone that my grand father passed away yesterday, 6-24-2010, at his home in Celina, OH. Sgt. James J. Wierwille served with the Wildcats, 322 RCT, Company H. from 1942 until deactivation. If anyone out there could please give us any information on his service please let me know…

    Thank you,

    John C. Hardeman

  10. Jimmy Ezzell says:

    I was a member of the 928th Maint Unit in Macon Georgia from 89 to 95 as a reservist. We were a part of the 81st and had the wildcat patch. I am looking for any information on the 928th as it’s history and also if any unit coins are out there?

  11. Leland Evans Jr. says:

    Please contact me and tell me where and when the Wildcat Association meeting is…my
    grandfather was a DSC winner WW!

  12. Curt Reynolds says:

    My father served in WWII as a member of the 81st Wildcat Division. He passed away in 1979, just after we got back on speaking terms after my teenage years. Consequently, I was never able to really find out a lot about his service and only remember snatches of what he told me as a youngster.

    I would love to bring some of his keepsakes and pictures and try to find out more from those who may have served in that era or their sons and daughters.

    Can you give me any details about when and where you are going to meet this weekend?

    Thanks for the help,

    Curt Reynolds
    Son of George Curtis Reynolds

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