92nd ARMORED FIELD ARTILLERY BN
                 

RED DEVILS
KOREA 1950-54
ROSTER
BATTALION COMMANDERS - 1949-55
Lt. Col. Dale E. Buchanan    September 1951 - January 1952
(DOB November 20, 1918 Deceased  March 29, 2005,  interned on 06/08/2005 in the Old Cadet Chapel Columbarium, West Point, NY)






Lt. Col. Edward Cleveland       January 1952 - August 1952
( Deceased February 21, 2003)










Col. Leon F. Lavoie (Deceased) Born: 23 Nov. 1913  Died: 29 July 1985

Burial: Fort Bliss National Cemetery, El Paso County Texas
            Buried 2 Aug. 1985, Plot: C-1 0 291
Lt. Col. LaVoie pins Captains bars on Leroy Mattingly - Korea Aug. 1951
Lt. Col. LaVoie at 92nd AFA Bn Awards ceremony Korea Aug. 1951
Note: See full photograph of the above cropped pictures under photo collections - Leroy Mattingly
Note: See full photograph of the above cropped pictures of Lt. Cols.  Buchanan and Cleveland under photo collections - Jim Thorne
Lt. Col. Lavoie
Lt. Col. Lavoie
Lt. Col. Edward M. Geary      August 1952 - February 1953

Deceased: DOB 11/20/1917 DOD 05/26/1998
U.S. Army, Col., Reserve
Buried 09/21/1998 Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery
Point Loma, San Diego County CA
Plot: X 0 C-226

For more photos of Lt. Col. Geary see Charles Woliver's photo collection

Lt. Col. Ralph Elliott               February 1953 - September 1953
Deceased: DOD 11/08/2008

Lt. Col. Norvel Barnhart  (right) (Deceased) (September 1953-April 1954) welcomed as incoming Bn CO by Bn Adjutant Lt Paul Madden. 

March 28, 2002 Update:
Fort Bliss National Cemetery:
Barnhart, Norvel H, DOB 06/12/1917, DOD 12/25/1999,
US Army, COL, Res: Las Cruces, NM, Plot: O1 0 272, Buried. 12/30/1999

Jim Settlemire
 

Lt. Col. Claire Towne (Deceased)     Bn CO  April 1954 - 1955.
Commanding Officer: July 1949 to September 1951
July 10, 2001 Update:

"Received the following info on LTC Claire Towne from his son who recently found our web site through a friend. LTC Towne , Bn Commander from April 54 - 1955, passed away Feb 22,1977 and was buried at El Camino Cemetery, San Diego, CA. "

Guy McMenemy

Major Frank W. Shelton Bn CO 1955

Camp Omiya Japan

(anyone have a photo of Major Shelton?)
Tokyo Japan July 1955