|26th Infantry Division
Headquarters & Headquarters Company
World War Two Living history
What to know about this unit, we do more than just portray U.S. Infantrymen. The
experience of a few other period occupational specialties are available as well:
WWII US GI Infantryman:
Learn to operate as a Team, Live Fire your M1 Garand, Military Drill and
Ceremony, Squad Tactics, Battle Tactical against Axis forces, Field & Barracks
Inspections, USO Dances. Period Manuals: FM 21-100, FM 22-5 & 1941 New
Infantry Drill Regulations
WWII US GI Signalman:
Team effort with setting up EE-8's, laying wire for field communications, tapping
into enemy Commo lines, operating BC-611's, Commo switchboard, camp
loudspeaker system, qualify with your weapon, repair lines in battle tactical's and
WWII US Medical Corps: Medic or Assistant, Nurse or Doctor.
This area of endeavor opens up many possibilities to expand the WWII Medical
Impression. Medics & Assistants are attached to the Infantry arm providing
cursory medical support. Nurses & Doctors expand their Impression by
performing their medical tasks and support to the headquarters elements as well as
presenting the period medical impression & history to the general public.
WWII US GI Military Policeman:
Learn to operate as a Team, Live Fire your weapon for qualification,. Drill and
Ceremony, Secure Locations, Defend HQ and other area's from the Axis
elements during a battle tactical's, Patrol camp for infractions, Escort convoys,
Direct traffic and more...
WWII US GI Quartermaster Corps:
Team work is important here, work your impression of a Cook, Messman, Supply
Clerk, Vehicle Driver. Work in the Mess Section, Supply Section,
Transportation Section. Through period manuals enhance your impression to
educate the general public regarding the duties and assignments these soldier
performed during World War Two.
WWII US GI Ordnance Corps:
Learn the operation, maintenance of period weapons, serve as an Armorer, Weapons
Technician and Through period manuals enhance your impression to educate the general public
regarding the duties and assignments these soldier performed during World War Two.
In this organization there is no limit to the accurate interpretation of the WWII Impression you wish to
research and enhance. Our mission is to show the general public what life to the US GI was like and never
forget the sacrifices made by the men and women who served in World War Two.