Plaque Presented by the 34th Infantry Division Association to members of the Red Bull Unit of the U.S. Army Infantry Division for their World War II service from September 1943 to May 1945. Material: metal. Size: 6" x 8". Description: black enameled light steel with silver inscription to the 34th Infantry Division: "This Plaque is dedicated to the memory of those Americans and Italians who joined together to bring freedom to this country. Let the sacrifice of the soldiers and civilians who died in World War II never be forgotten."
T/Sgt. Sylvester Donald Singlestad was a member of the Red Bull unit that received this plaque for their service in World War II. Donation of World War II artifacts commemorating T/Sgt. Sylvester Donald Singlestad's military service were received by Scott Singlestad, Don's nephew who received it from Don and Florence Singlestad's daughter, Debbra Sharkey. Don Singlestad lived until he was 93 years old and died in Park Rapids, MN. He is buried in the Minnesota State Veterans’ Cemetery at Little Falls, Minnesota. He spent some of his boyhood living in Waseca.