Members of the 737th Tank Battalion pose as a group at the 1948 reunion in Greensboro. The turnout of 128 men — only men were invited to the reunion, no wives — would be the highest number of any of the now 66 annual get-togethers.
Bob Kluttz stands in front of a 1940s era bus like one he drove from 1939-42.
Jim Deal worked at the Spencer Shops for 34 years before retiring. He points to a photo of him at work that’s on display at the museum.
A group of World War II veterans continued a tradition of bringing their families along for a reunion of the 737th Tank Battalion that served under Gen. George S. Patton. The seven men who could travel visited the N.C. Transportation Museum as part of the annual reunion.