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August 10, 2013 11:16 PM

Last of storied WW II artillery unit, George Chappell of Sumter, dies

Sumter historian Sammy Way said Chappell was the last surviving member of the 178th Field Artillery Unit. The 178th Field Artillery Unit is recognized as the first American unit to have fired rounds into Europe.

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