My Dad was in Panama from 1938-1941. I have alot of pictures with the caption "CO A 11th Engineers-Pontoon Training-May 1939. I do know he was also in Iceland for a period of time and that he also landed on Utah Beach during the D-Day Invasion. I've lots of pictures of road construction and of other Service men whom I assume were buddies but unfortunately they are not marked with any names. My Dad passed away in 1970 when I was only 9 so I hardly knew him other than vague memories of him. Another note of interest;I have a canteen cup that is carved with all of the countries that my Dad's best friend had been to. His friend died in his arms and my father kept this cup as a memory of him.Unfortunately, this man's name is lost to the ages as my Dad never talked of him to anyone.Once a year,my Dad would spend the day in tears and my Mom has told me it was because it was the date of his friend's death.My point to this is I would like to "loan" this to a museum because it is an important reminder of the humanity of war. I've spoken with the WWII Memorial in Washington but as of yet they no plans to display any artifacts.Any suggestions?