This website was
created to accurately portray and preserve the World War II history of the 104th Infantry
Division, to recognize the contribution of the 34,000 men who proudly wore the Timberwolf
shoulder insignia and to honor the memory of those gallant men who perished in battle.
The former soldiers of the 104th Infantry Division, bound together by common memories
and experiences, formed the National Timberwolf Association on October 19, 1945. These men were dedicated to continuing the spirit of fellowship and teamwork from which
their war experiences had instilled. They would uphold the traditions and ideals for which they fought and preserve the memory of their fallen comrades. After 65 years
of gathering at the national reunions, the final Timberwolf reunion was held in September, 2010 and the difficult decision to end the National Timberwolf Association was
made. On March 1, 2013 the formal organization of the National Timberwolf Association ended and although the formal structure no longer exist, the legacy and traditions
of the Timberwolves will endure.
The National Timberwolf Pups Association
was officially formed by the descendants of the Timberwolves, and is dedicated to continuing the traditions set forth by their fathers and maintaining the legacy of the 104th Infantry Timberwolf Division.