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United States Constabulary

Army Of Occupation
Germany and Austria
1946 - 1952

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U.S. Constabulary Trooper
on cover of
Life Magazine 1947
 Read the story!

 
US Army
in the
Occupation in Germany

1944 - 1946
Scroll down and click link next to page 320
                                
 Photo
 Troops Search Luggage For
Black  Market Goods



                                                      

"Second United States Cavalry -- "A History",

published by the Second Cavalry Association in 1947,
concerning the
2nd Constabulary Regiment
from
July to December 1946.
 Photo
of jeep from the 2nd Constabulary Regiment Recoilless
Rifle Troop sporting a 90mm recoilless rifle.
Information sent in by Dave Gettman, Second Cavalry Association History Center Editor-deddygetty1@comcast.net
Dave Gettman's father served in HQ, 4th Constabulary Regt. from July 1, 1946 till March 18, 1947, as a Displaced Persons Officer.


William Stovall 1946
Photo Collection

JAMES W. SELLSTROM
Freising and Munich 1946
Trooper Richard Cox
Coburg - 1947 
Missing from West Point 1950
Trooper Neil  Aikin 
Regimental Headquarters
Fritzlar   1947
Hank Doktorski
24th Constab. Sqdn. 
Cold War Mounted Warriors:
U. S. Constabulary in Occupied Germany
by George F. Hofmann, Ph.D.




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