It was activated on April 1, 1943 at Camp
Cooke, California. Haskell went
overseas in September 1944 and worked in the
surgery and operating rooms of the semi-mobile
hospital. For a time, in November 1944, they
were stationed in Maastricht, The Netherlands.
Then they moved to Germany.
On March 21,
1945 the hospital was located near Mulhausen,
Germany. It was shelled by German artillery,
killing Haskell. He was 33.
T4 Haskell G.
is buried at Margraten American Military
Cemetery, Plot D Row 1 Grave 30.
clipping from the Elko Daily Free Press
announcing Haskell's death
Editorial in the
Elko Daily Free Press, March 30, 1945