20th Infantry Regiment Members Photo Galleries | 12 comments Audie_Luna_Co_C__20th_Inf___in_Tent ◄ Back Next ► Picture 1 of 28 "Waiting for the Train to come down here in Yuma" Audie Luna on dessert maneuvers 1943. 12 Comments Steven Snyder on March 21, 2019 at 8:05 pm I just found a picture of my grandfather Edward Snyder in the 1941 yearbook. E Co. 2nd Batt. 20th INF. Thank you so much for posting that yearbook online. That is only the second picture I have of him in uniform. Reply Karen Bruce on March 1, 2020 at 12:29 pm My Dad was in the 20th infantry 6th division Army from 1945 to 1947 wish some would post some pictures of this group Thank you. Reply Danny Thomas on March 3, 2020 at 8:41 am The Photo Gallery is listed in the front page. Open it and you will see photos that have sent to us to share. Reply Larry Dooley on July 25, 2021 at 8:22 am My dad was in k company 20th infantry. Made land fall with the invasion forces on Luzon. Jan. 45. He was lead scout . The only pics I have are of him when they went to Korea after the war Reply Larry Dooley on February 11, 2022 at 6:11 am I have some pictures of the 20th on ship at Port coming home. My dad was ssg Orville Dooley he was in the 20th in the Philippines and korea Reply Thomas on February 11, 2022 at 8:15 am Mr. Dooley, Wow, I did not know anyone had such photos. If you are interested in sharing them on our website, please consider scanning and sending them. Also, any additional information about the photos and what is depicted would be helpful. Thanks for your comment. Reply Larry Dooley on March 6, 2022 at 3:47 pm I posted what I had on ww2 the Phillipines or something I’ve that here on Facebook. That’s where I found your info Reply Rick Draughn on May 30, 2022 at 3:15 pm I just learned that my grandpa was in the 20th infantry division in World War I. I do not know what battalion or company he was in. Reply Danny Thomas on May 31, 2022 at 12:00 pm WWI 20th Infantry “Division” not Regiment; Twentieth Division (Regular Army) Organized at Camp Sevier, S.C., on Aug. 12, 1918. The 48th and 50th Regular Army Infantry Regiments were assigned to this division and these regiments furnished the nucleus for the organization of the other two infantry regiments of the division. The artillery brigade of the division was organized at Camp Jackson, S.C., and never actually joined the division at Camp Sevier. The organization of the division was about completed at the end of October and all units were undergoing intensive training in preparation for overseas service. All organizations not belonging to the Regular Army were demobilized by Feb. 28, 1919. Commanders of division: Col. Louis J. VanSchaick, Aug. 9 to Aug. 18, 1918; Col. Lawrence B. Simonds, Aug. 18 to Aug. 27, 1918; Col. Wm. F. Grote, Aug. 27 to Sept. 30, 1918; Brig. Gen. F. Leroy Sweetser, Sept. 30th until demobilization. This division was composed of the following organizations: 20th Hqs. Troop; 39th, 40th Inf. Bn.; 48th, 89th, 50th, 90th Inf.; 58th, 59th 60th Machine Gun Bns.; 20th Fld. Arty. Brig. (58th, 59th, 60th Fld. Arty., 20th Trench Mortar Battery); 220th Engr. Regt. And Train; 20th Amm. Train; 20th Sanitary Train (Field Hospitals and Amb. Cos. Nos. 277, 278, 279, and 280). Reply Galen T Hof on April 12, 2021 at 8:23 am Reaching out to anyone who may have known my uncle…Joe Hof, Co. K, 3rd Bn, 20th inf., 6th Div., KIA Luzon, Phillipines, February 1945. Reply Danny Thomas on April 14, 2021 at 2:23 pm To Galen T Hof I can’t be positive, but there’s a good chance my father knew him. He was also in that company, first as a rifleman then selected to be a medic. If Sgt Hof was KIA on Feb 5th, that would have been during the battle of Munoz. My father was WIA during that battle on Feb 1st. Reply Scott Huffman on August 2, 2021 at 7:39 pm My uncle Virgil Wilson might have known him. My uncle was KIA March 29, 1945 – he was a automatic rifleman with Company K Reply Submit a Comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.