SITE OF THE CANTONMENT WHERE THESE DIVISIONS TRAINED DURING WORLD WAR II.
70TH INFANTRY DIVISION TRAILBLAZER DIVISION 274th, 275th and 276th Inf. Regts; 882nd, 883rd, 884th (I) and 725th (M) FA Bns. Attached to Seventh Army. Action in Saar Region. Maj. Gen. John E. Dalquist and Allison J. Barnett, Commanding Generals.
91ST INFANTRY DIVISION POWDER RIVER DIVISION Reactivated at Camp White. 361st, 362nd, 363rd Inf. Regts; 346th, 347th, 348th (M) and 916th (I) FA Bns. Attached to Fifth Army. Italian Theater from Rome throughout Northern Italy. Maj. Gen. Wm. G. Livesay, Commanding General.
96TH INFANTRY DIVISION DEADEYE DIVISION 381st, 382nd and 383rd Inf. Regts; 363rd (M). 361st, 362nd and 921st FA Bns. Attached to Tenth Army. Leyte and Okinawa invasions. Maj.Gen. James L. Bradley, Commanding General.
104TH INFANTRY DIVISION TIMBERWOLF DIVISION 413th, 414th and 415th Inf. Regts; 387th (M), 385th, 386th and 929th (l) FA Bns. Attached to Canadian Army, First Army VII Corps. Served in the Roer River District, crossed the Remagen Bridge into Germany occupying a large territory as far north as Paderborn. Maj. Gen. Terry De La M. Allen, Commanding General.