96th Infantry Division Deadeyes Asssociation

The Association's Heritage Fund

    The Board of Directors has decided to continue the Heritage Fund. In the past, the Heritage Fund has been used to pay for 96th Infantry Division monuments, plaques, flags or Heritage Exhibits at the following locations: National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific, Honolulu, HI (monument); Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, VA (monument and memorial tree); National Museum of the Pacific War, Fredericksburg, TX (plaque); Douglas MacArthur Memorial, Norfolk, VA (division flag); Fort Douglas Military Museum, Salt Lake City, UT (Okinawa battle exhibit); Fort Douglas Headquarters Building, 96TH RRC US Army Reserve (Leyte Battle Exhibit); Camp White Museum, White City, OR (96TH Division Exhibit); Camp San Luis Obispo, San Luis Obispo, CA (96TH Division Exhibit); Fort Lewis Military Museum, Fort Lewis, WA (Leyte and Okinawa Battle Exhibit).


    It is the intent of the Deadeye Association to continue to establish exhibits and/or monuments which will help to preserve the heritage of units which have worn the Deadeye Double Diamond patch during World War II and since that time. This would include units who have served in Iraq or Afghanistan or in Desert Storm. Another possible effort could be the placing of a plaque or monument at the Infantry School at Fort Benning, GA. Another possibility is a monument or plaque at the 96TH Regional Readiness Command. Headquarters. This fund is being handled by John Reed and Don Dencker. Your contribution will be greatly appreciated.


Please make your check payable to:
The Deadeye Association Heritage Fund
with the notation "Heritage Fund."


Please include the following:
Your Name, Unit, Amount, Address, City, State, Zip Code


Mail to: Dennis O'Brien, Treasurer, 96th Infantry Division Deadeye Association, PO Box 34, Trempealeau, WI 54661-0034