134th Infantry Regiment
"All Hell Can't Stop Us"
In this 4-part interview John E. "Gene" Weick describes his experiences while serving with the 134th Infantry Regiment, 35th Infantry Division, in France and Germany during WWII. T/Sgt Weick was awarded both a Silver and a Bronze Star Medal for heroic action. He was also awarded a Purple Heart Medal for wounds received in Normandy during the battle for St. Lo, France. In these videos he discusses his experience with his son, Steve Weick.
Part 1 - Normandy and St. Lo, France
SSgt Weick was the Squad Leader (SSgt) for the 3rd Squad, 3rd Platoon (Company B, 134th Infantry).
The soldier wounded with SSgt Weick was Pfc. Charles E. Ott (37162239). He was in the 2nd Squad, 3rd Platoon. He was listed as a Automatic Rifleman (BAR).
Both were listed on the July 18, 1944 Battle Casualty Report as Slightly Wounded in Action.
Pfc Charles Ott never returned to Action.