Photos

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Sgt. Easley

 

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Company B (Photo provided by Bill Coats’ wife, Jean Coats)

 

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Company B (Photo provided by Bill Coats’ wife, Jean Coats)

 

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Company C  (Photo provided by Mary McNaught, daughter of Lt. McNaught)

 

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Bill Coats (Photo provided by Jean Coats)

 

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Lt. McNaught and Sgt. Robert “Last Name Unknown” (Photo provided by Mary McNaught daughter of Lt. McNaughter)

 

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McEachern and other Soldiers

 

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Soldier on tank destroyer
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Sgt. Easley entering Nancy, France.  Photo was published in National Geographic.
It was also displayed in the Nancy, France town hall.

 

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Sgt. Easley at Stanislas Place in Nancy, France on Sept 15, 1944
(Photo provided by Jerome Leclerc)

 

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Tank among the crowd in Nancy, France on Sept. 15, 1944
(Photo provided by Jerome Leclerc)

 

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Police and tanks in Nancy, France on Sept. 15, 1944
(Photo provided by Jerome Leclerc)

 

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Tanks on street in Nancy, France on Sept. 15, 1944
(Photo provided by Jerome Leclerc)
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Tanks rolling down the street in Nancy, France on Sept. 15, 1944 
(Photo provided by Jerome Leclerc)

 

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Fossieux, France  – The tank destroyer may be the one in which Sgt Easley and other soldiers were killed in Oct 1944.  
This story was published in The Divisionaire Jan-Feb 2002.

 

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654th Tank Destroyer Battalion Christmas card – 1944

 

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Sgt. Easley’s grave in Lorraine American Cemetery, St. Avold, France
Died October 10,1944
Bronze Star with Oak Leaf Cluster
Plot C Row 8 Grave 30