Image Gallery A random assortment of photos from Felix at U.S. Training camps, they are probably mostly Fort Lewis in Washington. Wind Blowing Erwin and Myself. Sun Mar 29. 1942. Felix and friend in front of a half track truck. Tall one Shoemaker from Calif. Stougger from Penn and me. Capt Truck “Stougger” Driver How our happy home looks for inspection for Sat Morning. You should see it by Monday, It looks worse than a “cat house after a heavy week end Published 5/16/1942 Felix E. Swehla Technician Fifth Grade Felix E. Swehla was inducted into the Army October 9, 1941, and was sent from Fort Custer to Camp Roberts, California. He was there two months before he was sent to Fort Lewis, Washington, where he is now stationed. He was promoted in April to fifth class technician in a tank destroyer battalion. On November 10, 1941, he was called home by the sudden death of his mother Mrs. Mary Swehla. His father is also deceased. View of Camp. Very Small Part. Waiting for our trucks to come in at Copper Cove those are our barracks back Our guns and packs while waiting for the freight train with out trucks.