100th Infantry Division

100th Infantry Division

Colonel (Ret.) Frank G. Everett and Mrs. Mary Fant Everett established the 100th Infantry Division Endowed Fund. The name was later revised to the 100th Infantry Division Private Roland Giduz Endowed Fund to honor Private Roland Giduz for his exemplary service to the 100th Division Association. Roland Giduz was one of the founders of the association and was a strong advocate of memorializing the distinguished World War II combat record of the 100th Division.

The division is best known for its feats during World War II. While fighting in the European Theater, the division advanced through France and Germany where they encountered several fierce German counterattacks. World War II would be the only war the division would see active combat before taking on its role as a training unit.

This scholarship is for soldiers stationed at Fort Bragg Army Base and their families.

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