Camp Stoneman

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World War II combat survivors of Company B, 124th Infantry Regiment, 31st Infantry Division, at Camp Stoneman in December 1945.

Camp Stoneman was a United States Army military facility located in Pittsburg, California. It served as a major staging area for the Army in World War II and the Korean War.

Named after George Stoneman, a cavalry commander during the Civil War, the camp was activated in 1942 and decommissioned as a military post in 1954.

Units staged at Camp Stoneman[edit]

345th Bombardment Group (Air Apaches)


  1. ^ "2d Filipino Battalion (Separate) (Formerly 1st Battalion, 2d Filipino Regiment) Service Summary". United States Army. Retrieved 13 May 2015. 
  • The California State Military Museum

Coordinates: 38°00′33.5″N 121°53′11.65″W / 38.009306°N 121.8865694°W / 38.009306; -121.8865694