On 1st November 1902 was born lieutenant Władysław Głąb. He was a participant in Polish-Bolshevick war. He finished an observing course in Dęblin and then served in Warsaw. Because of his health condition Głąb was transferred to the reserves. A day before the war started he was assigned to first platoon and with the staff of No. 1 base was evacuated to Romania. Near Darachov he was taken prison by Soviet soldiers and sent to gulag in Kozelsk. He was executed in spring 1940. During exhumation it was not possible to identify his body.