331st Infantry Regiment
Welcome to the 331st Infantry Regiment documents section
On this page documents related to the 331st Infantry Regiment can be downloaded in the PDF format. These documents are provided for by Dave Curry, historian of the 83rd Infantry Division Association.
After action reports
The regimental after action reports for the 331th Infantry Regiment in PDF format can be found in the following table.
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The TTF was the 331st Infantry regimental newspaper. These newspapers are the courtesy of Frank DeCarolis, 2nd Platoon, Co. E, 331st Infantry and Tom DePiano and where photographed and not scanned due to fragility.
- link - The TTF Vol 2, No 1, May 13, 1945
- link - The TTF Vol 2, No 3, June 17, 1945
- link - The TTF Vol 2, No 8, July 22, 1945
- link - The TTF Vol 2, No 9, July 29, 1945
- link - The TTF Vol 2, No 10, August 5, 1945
- link - The TTF Vol 2, No 11, August 12, 1945
- link - The TTF Vol 2, No 12, August 19, 1945
- link - The TTF Vol 2, No 13, August 25, 1945
As the name implies, the Military Services created Morning Reports each morning to detail each day's personnel changes. They are an "exception based" system, only containing information on those individuals who were not "present and accounted for." Among the reasons for being listed on a Morning Report: promotion or demotion; being killed, wounded or missing in action; being assigned to a unit or leaving a unit; going to a hospital for treatment or to another activity for training.
- link - E Company, July 1944
Special orders contain promotions on company levels. Donated by Greg Chipps, son of Sgt. Richard E. Chipps.
- link - 331st Special Orders #120. 25 August 1943
- link - 331st Special Orders #08. 19 January 1943
- link - 331st Special Orders #28. 15 February 1944
- link - 331st Special Orders #65. 31 August 1944
- link - 331st Special Orders #5. 1 February 1945
- link - We Saw It Through: History of the Three Thirty First Combat Team Today, Tomorrow, Forever by Sgt. Jack M. Straus. (230 mb)
- link - November 1942 to May 1945 331st 1st Battalion History (8mb)
- link - 1944 331st Casualty Report (28mb)
- link - 1944 331st, Company L, Logbook December 10, 1944 to December 17, 1944 by Sgt. Richard E. Chipps
- link - 1942 331st, Company L, Christmas dinner invitation. Donated by Greg Chipps, son of Sgt. Richard E. Chipps
- link - 1944 331st, Speech by the Mayor of St. Briac, France, at the conclusion of the memorial Mass held for three American dead. Donated by Linda McDonald Solana; daughter of Col. Leniel McDonald; CO of the 2nd Battalion; 331st Infantry.
- link - Biography of Col Leniel McDonald. CO of 2nd Bn, 331st Infantry. Donated by Linda McDonald Solana; daughter of Col. Leniel McDonald;
- link - 1944, July 28 331st - Roster of 2nd Platoon, H Company by Lt. Richard W Scheerer, courtesy of Larry Scheerer;
- link - December 1943 - Payroll records for C Company, courtesy of George Studor
- link - March 1944 - Groupphoto B Company, 331st at Camp Breckenridge, courtesy of Tom Roberts
- link - Headquarters Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia. Special Orders No. 176. July 15, 1942, roster of the initial cadre for the 331st Infantry Regiment (courtesy Jason Gates).