1918-1919 — Camp Taylor, Louisville, Kentucky
Otto L. Koch was drafted into the Army. He was stationed at Camp Taylor just outside of Louisville, Kentucky. In civilian life he had worked in a place that made and installed headlights on cars, probably as a result of that work he was assigned as a waggoner. His service in Camp Taylor came at the highth of the flu epidemic, but as far as we know, he did not succumb to that illness. As a result of his WWI military service he was given a life time free license to hunt and fish in the state of Indiana..