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JOIN the 81st Wildcat Association!!!

Soldiers from the 81st Division (WWII), Vietnam Veterans from 81st ARCOM units (319th TC, 231 Medium Boat and 413th Finance Det), and 81st Veterans from ONE/OIF/OEF are cordially invited to join the 81st Wildcat Association.  81st DA Civilians, Sons & Daughters of the 81st (meaning family members of any era — going back to 1917) are also encouraged to join.  Finally, if you wore the “Wildcat” and soldiered with us in peacetime or are simply an 81st enthusiast and wish to become a “Friend of the 81st”, we invite you to join us!

Membership is easy:  Yearly dues are $18.81 and a Life Membership is currently $81.81.  

Include your name, phone, address, and email information and mail it and your check to:  81st Wildcat Association Treasurer, P.O. Box 187, Plantersville, MS 38862

81st Wildcat Association Membership Application

We Welcome Your Interest in the 81st Wildcats!  Because “Wildcats Never Quit!”

The 81st Wildcat Association

 The 81st Wildcat Association is a non-profit, fraternal, social, educational, patriotic, military service organization, which shall always remain non-partisan and non-political. The Association shall exist permanently as a national parent organization with subordinate branches known as Outposts or Chapters.

 OBJECTIVES

The Association provides opportunities and facilitates uniting past, present and future members of the 81st Infantry Division, 81st ARCOM, and 81st RRC & RSCs, in a national program dedicated to the preservation and maintenance of the 81st Wildcat’s traditions and history. Specific objectives are:

 1. To foster and strengthen associations and friendships formed during service with the 81st Wildcats.

 2. To honor the 81st Wildcat War Dead.

 3. To perpetuate the memory of other former comrades (soldiers & civilians) who shared a background of honorable military & civilian service with the 81st Wildcats, U. S. Army.

 4. To encourage and achieve the mutual benefits and support resulting from a close and cooperative alliance between the Association and the 81st Wildcats, U.S. Army.

 5. To support the Government of the United States and to give it, in peace and in war, the same devotion and service expected of us as members of its armed forces.

 

  1. Bob. Hoekman says:

    My Dad was in the 81st Inf.rsc.at Camp Roberts, Ca.during wwII.But i can find no refference to the 81st being at Camp Roberts. He (John E Hoekman) passed July 2 2011.

  2. Robert A. Browne says:

    As a ER in the 519th reserve unit in Atlanta in August of 54-62, i enjoyed the service, and relations built among other. I was very active on the 81st rifle/pistol team.

    In trying to get the Va to do some things i need they can not find any history of my enlistment,

    Do any of you have any suggestion as to where or how such records be located?

    SFC Robert (Bob) A Browne

  3. Gray Marion says:

    To Whom It May Concern,
    My Grandfather, Willie Marion, served in WWI in combat in France and may have been a member of the 81st. I would like to know more about his service and am trying to locate copies of the Division’s WWI history as well as any pertinent regimental histories that might be accessible. Is there anyone who can help me?
    Thank you.

  4. Steve says:

    I had the pleasure to work for three outstanding CGs and three outstanding CSMs during my stay with the 257th TC BN, 345th CSH and finally my last the 377th MI BN that was eventually taken in by the mighty MIRC. The leadership as well as the fellowship always made me feel at home when I walked into the 81st HQ. Whether I was there to participate on the senior enlisted board or the dreaded QRB I always knew I could count on the staff support. 81st “Pass, Present, and Always”! Hoo–ahh!

  5. Martin Schmieg says:

    Dear Wildcats,

    I am sorry to report that Herbert Keehn, Chief Warrant Officer, Section HQ 81 Div., past away on May 11, 2010. Mr. Keehn, who lived to be 94 years of age lived a full and wonderful life. He was admired by his family, friends and colleagues. I preparing for his memorial, I came to more fully understand his service to our Country and the Wildcats. During his life, he never spoke of his service. Today, from his writings, our family more fully appreciates his sacrifice and service.

    To all of those who served with my Uncle, my prayers and thanks are with you always.

    Sincerely,

    Martin Schmieg

  6. Henry Singer says:

    I attended the 2008 81st Wildcat reunion with my dad, Henry (Harry) G Singer Sr., a decorated WW II veteran. He was in the 321st RCT.

    Harry passed away peacefully this past Thursday, 4/22/2010, at the age of 87. He is to be interred in the Arlington National Cemetry in the coming weeks.

    For those that may be interested, his service record can be found in the WW II Memorial Registry:
    http://bit.ly/bcmhnO

  7. Lester Nail says:

    Please let me know how to join as a grandchild. My Grandfather was a Sgt in the Wildcat Division and served in France. I’ve been trying to find out what exactly he did. I have some of his notes with dates and villages he marched to and from and twice he mentions “going over the top”. I also have his coat, with a Wildcat patch in great condition.

    Thanks for any help.

    Lester Nail

  8. Leland Evans Jr. says:

    I need someone to comtact me and tell me when and where the 2010 meeting is. My grandfather was a DSC winner in WW!.

  9. Mike Padgett says:

    My father, Victor W, Padgett, was a member of the 81st Infantry Div in WWII. My father never talked about the war much, but did leave behind a number of items after his passing. I have a picture of him and other members of the 81st and would like to know their names. Anything you can tell me will greatly appreciate. I also served in the Army, with a tour in Seoul, Korea in 1966 to 1967.

    Thanks,

  10. Ron Warren says:

    I have known about this gentleman for some time. Tonight I decided to try and find out what may have happened to him. He died in the fighting of 11-11-1918. He is buried in Fayetteville, Tn.
    Curtis Koonce 321st Inf. Reg.
    http://www.ronwarren.com/stewarts-creek/img_2204_std.jpg

    Any help would be appreciated.
    Ron

  11. CSM(R) Richard Bates says:

    I had the pleasure to work for three outstanding CGs and three outstanding CSMs during my stay with the 257th TC BN, 345th CSH and finally my last the 377th MI BN that was eventually taken in by the mighty MIRC. The leadership as well as the fellowship always made me feel at home when I walked into the 81st HQ. Whether I was there to participate on the senior enlisted board or the dreaded QRB I always knew I could count on the staff support. 81st “Pass, Present, and Always”! Hoo–ahh!

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