The follow photos and comments were emailed to me by Scott "Part time" Lemanski:
Note: the reference to the hyperlink to May 27th also includes the log of Scott being wounded. In addition I found my Log book record for this day that notes Scott being wounded. (see my log book record).
I just noticed the entry you referred to on May 27. It also mentions a P-38 pistol that was found. I still have it locked in a cabinet in my home. Attached are some photos I have of it and the documentation.
Gordon I cant tell you how good it is to hear from one of the guys involved in the same campaign. Thanks so much for the quick reply. I also remember "Ed Nored". He was sort of the class clown of the platoon. Very funny guy. If my memory serves me well he had a " 57 Chevy"? I also recall him playing drums to a song with a band that visited a FSB we were on. Some people seem to stick with you. Thanks to your web site I also e-mailed Vinnies nephew. Vinnie was such a great guy. Unfortunately all my memorabilia was destroyed in a flood years ago. Lost all pictures, medal records and even destroyed some medals themselves. You are certainly welcomed to add my e-mail address to the roster page. I was with the 3rd platoon. Here are a few more names that were with us.
Wally (Short Round) Cezak, (not sure on spelling)
Yocham Mason Norris, (He is the guy who blew up the rats)
As for myself I am a semi retired Builder/ electrician. I am living in a Detroit area suburb. I have 3 children, I keep myself busy with antique cars and am looking forward to hearing more from some really good people. Thanks so much for a great web site.
Scott (Part Time) Lemanski