"Lasting friendships do not always depend upon long periods of comradeship. The sacrifices, trials and sufferings in the white hot crucible of the Bulge created friendships which will last as long as two men of the Division still survive."
... The CUB, Vol 3, No. 1, August 1946....
Most recent issue of The CUB: Vol. 77, No. 2, July 2021
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In COLOR, with high resolution pictures!
(posted July 12, 2021)
2021 Reunion Scheduled for Sept. 8 - 12th, 2021
Our 75th Annual Reunion
Sept. 8 - 12th, 2021
Hilton Kansas City Airport – Kansas City, Missouri
** Also in attendance:
104th Infantry (National Timberwolf Pups Assn.) **
For program, hotel, and registration information, please look for the March, 2021 CUB, or use the links below for details.
... or send an email to Info regarding Reunion
For the record, ANYONE and EVERYONE are welcome to
attend - you do not need to be a veteran or a family member. You can stop by
for a few hours or for any or all parts of the reunion.
We strongly urge anyone wanting to attend for more than a day to use the registration package at the above link - even if past the deadline. If it's too late to mail, then call (757) 625-6401 to speak with someone at Armed Forces Reunions. If you are 'really' late, just show up and register when you arrive! The itinerary, at the above link, lists the hours the registration desk will be open. If you don't want to register, you can still visit the hospitality room where the vets hang out.
In any case, you must make your own hotel arrangements. Meals and tours require a ticket that comes with the registration, but you may be able to purchase on-site if space is available.
If you have any questions, please send us a message.
Virtual Memorial Service Video AVAILABLE NOW!!!!!
Link to Memorial Service Video (1hr 18min)
Link to Memorial Service Preview (60 seconds)
Herb Sheaner -- 422/G (posted Dec. 5, 2019)
Sgt. Russell Lang -- 423/I (posted May. 7, 2018)
Lt. Donald B. Prell -- 422 Inf. AT Company (posted Apr. 19, 2018)
Frank J. Grasberger -- 424/G (posted Jan. 29, 2017)
Calvin W. Shifley -- 106th Recon. (posted Jan. 29, 2017)
Robert Pope: How I Survived World War II (posted Dec. 20, 2016)
Russian Women Tank Drivers Liberate Stalag IV-B picture and article with Barney Mayrsohn (posted Oct. 25, 2016)
Attempting to create a combined index to all names and places found in all of the CUB publications.
Click here for more info.
Michigan Mini-Reunion held on December 13, 2014
Photos courtesy of Alan D. Twisselman
Herb & Mike Sheaner attend the Flag of Friendship Ceremony
December 14-15, 2014
Pictures from The 2014 Flag of Friendship Ceremonies
held Sunday, December 14th from 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
in St. Vith & Vielsalm (Rencheux)
The 68th Annual Reunion was held in Norfolk, Virginia, Sept. 3-7
It is time to start planning your mini-reunions! Anyone can do it - grab a lunch or dinner with on old buddy, or make a new friend! I can provide you with a list of names of the veterans in your area. Click this link to contact me.
Also, please share any stories or pictures from your mini-reunion.
106th Infantry Division Challenge Coins are now available. Click here for ordering info.
These pages are intended to provide our visitors with information concerning the 106th Infantry Division Association, schedules of upcoming events, links to existing resources regarding the 106th I.D., information on how you can support the Association and other items of general interest.
The Association, founded in August, 1945 at Camp Luck Strike, St. Valerie-en-Caux, France, is the official organization that supports the veterans, families and friends of the 106th Infantry Division.
As we started gathering information to share with the veterans and the people who have a new-found interest in the history of the 106th, we started reviewing old issues of "The CUB". As a start, here are some articles that may provide more insight into the formation of the 106th. Updates will be made as often as possible.
A History of the 106th Under General Jones' Command - A brief history of the formation of the 106th Infantry Division.
The Agony Grapevine - With 416 dead, 1,246 wounded, 7,001 missing in action -- but no word from the War Department -- concerned relatives mounted an effort to gather and share information.
What Happened to the 422 Before and After- On the 25th of September 1945 Lt. Col. Joseph C. Matthews, formerly Regimental Executive Officer addressed a memorandum to former members of the 422 summarizing what had happened during the Bulge and after.
THE 423 IN THE BULGE - By Colonel Charles C. "Moe" Cavender Commanding
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