Joe Lesniewski. "As I looked across the road, there was a German soldier directly in front of me with a potato masher grenade. He threw it at me. I ducked as fast as I could. The grenade hit my helmet and bounced off. I hollered to the guys: “Live grenade! Get the hell away from here!” The thing exploded. Every one of us got wounded. Jim Alley got hit thirty-two times. In 1994 he went to the hospital again, even this late in life, and they still found a piece of shrapnel in his body."
After WWII, Myron N. "Mike" Ranney with his family. Ranney, along with Terrence 'Salty' Harris were the 2 NCOs to start the mutiny against Captain Sobel. They convinced other NCOs to join and the participating NCOs threatened to resign their posts unless Sobel was removed. The next day Ranney was arrested by military police. Colonel Sink busted both Harris and Ranney to privates. Ranney was transferred to I Company of 3rd battalion, but he was transferred back to Easy Company in June 1, 1944