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This book was printed in Italy and compiled from the official records and published through the 351st Infantry Regiment Information and Education office for soldiers going home.

Santa Maria Infante
 

The battle for Santa Maria Infante was important in the opening of the Allied offensive toward Rome on 11 May 1944. Strong Allied forces were concentrated on the west side of the Italian peninsula to renew an effort stopped by the winter and heavy German resistance.

The 351st Infantry would fight the most important battle in this zone, with its main objective Santa Maria Infante.

With opposition now in its final stages, the 2nd Battalion moved on Santa Maria from the right and the 3rd Battalion drove up the Minturno-Santa Maria road. The town was occupied by 1000 hours and engineers followed on the heels of the infantry, clearing rubble froth the streets with bulldozers.

With Santa Maria fallen, the German Gustav Line was smashed . The Nazis, fighting desperately for time, began a general withdrawal.

The Battle of Laiatico - June to July 1944
351st Infantry Regiment - 13 pages

The Fifth Army began massing its forces during the first weeks of July. The veteran 34th Division, with many attached units was hammering at the outer defenses of Leghorn, while the 88th Division on the right flank was striking for the high ground south of the Arno to outflank it. The 91st Infantry Division was assigned the central sector between the 34th Division and the 88th Division.

At Laiatico, the 351st encountered stubborn opposition, checked by several strong German counterattacks and continuous driving rains swelled streams to river size. The 313th Engineers doubled their efforts to keep open the lines of supply and in several places strung high lines over washouts and flash floods by means of which supplies and ammo were sent to forward troops.

While performing security duties on the Division’s left flank, the 351st Infantry Regiment unexpectedly ran into a hornet’s nest near Laiatico on 9 July. Here, the regiment encountered Grenadier Regiment 1060, an element of the recently-disbanded 92nd Infantry Division now attached to the 362nd Infantry Division, as well as other elements of the 90th Panzer Grenadiers. After being initially repulsed on 11 July, the regiment attacked again on the 12th with the 2nd and 3rd Battalions up and the 1st in reserve. The 3rd Battalion tore into the 1060th’s 1st Battalion, destroying it and killing the enemy battalion commander. By the early morning of 13 July, all regimental objectives were secure; for its part in the attack, the 3rd Battalion, 351st Infantry Regiment was later awarded the Distinguished Unit Citation.

The Arno River was crossed on the July 20th.

After a period of rest and training, the Division opened its assault on the Gothic Line, 21 September 1944, and advanced rapidly along the Firenzuola-Imola road, taking Mount Battaglia on the 28th.


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Okutsu, Yukio
CO F 442nd Regimental Combat Team
Mount Belvedere, Italy
7 Apr 1945

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History
Constituted in the National Army 5 August 1917 as the 351st Infantry Regiment, assigned to the 88th Division. Organized 30 August 1917 at Camp Dodge, Iowa. Demobilized 7 June 1919 at Camp Dodge. (88th Division demobilized 10 June 1919, relieving components from assignment; reorganized in 1921 in the Organized Reserves.) Reconstituted, allotted to the Organized Reserves, assigned to the 88th Division, VII Corps Area, 24 June 1921, and organized in October 1921. Ordered into active military service, less personnel, and organized 15 July 1942 at Camp Gruber, Oklahoma, as an element of the 88th Infantry Division. Relieved of assignment to the 88th Infantry Division 1 May 1947. Withdrawn from the Reserves and allotted to the Regular Army in 1951.

Campaign Credits
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Alsace

World War II
Rome-Arno
North-Apennines
Po Valley

Decorations
French Croix de Guerre with Palm embroidered CENTRAL ITALY (Department of the Army General Order 50-43)

All companies of the 2nd Battalion entitled to the Distinguished Unit Citation embroidered MT. CAPELLO, ITALY by authority of War Department General Order 46-43.**

All companies of the 3rd Battalion entitled to the Distinguished Unit Citation embroidered LAIATICO, ITALY by authority of War Department General Order 45-6. **

Service Company entitled to the Meritorious Unit Citation embroidered EUROPEAN THEATER by authority of 88th Infantry Division General Order 52, 1945.

Medical Detachment entitled to the Meritorious Unit Citation embroidered EUROPEAN THEATER by authority of 88th Infantry Division General order 98, 1945.

Motto
“Toujours Pret.” (Always Ready)

Distinctive Insignia
The shield is blue for Infantry. The Regiment was first organized in Minnesota, and the three stars are taken from the state flag of Minnesota, the “North Star State.” The large star at the top represents Polaris, the North Star. The fleur-de-lis symbolizes the service of the organization in France during World War I.

351ST
INFANTRY
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Distinguished Unit
Citation

2nd Battalion
351st Infantry Regiment

Mt.Capello, Italy
27 Sep. to 1 Oct. 1944
Shield of the Blue Devils 351st Infantry Regiment.
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The Distinguished Unit Citation was awarded to the Blue Devils 351st Infantry Regiment for Mt.Capello, Italy.
The Distinguished Unit Citation was awarded to the Blue Devils 351st Infantry Regiment for Mt.Capello, Italy.
The Distinguished Unit Citation was awarded to the Blue Devils 351st Infantry Regiment for Mt.Capello, Italy.

2nd Battalion, 351st Infantry Regiment
Is authorized by War Department General Order 43, 1946

The 2nd Battalion, 351st Infantry Regiment is cited for outstanding performance of duty in action during the period 27 September to 1 October 1944, near Mt.Capello, Italy. The battalion was assigned the mission of wresting the strategically important Mt. Capello from a determined and numerically superior German force. In the face of a withering hail of fire from all types of weapons, the 2nd Battalion launched its attack down the barren, forward slopes of Mt.Guasteto, Italy, eliminating a strong reverse slope German position in four violent assaults characterized by bitter fire fights and vicious hand-to-hand grenade duels. Although outnumbered, the soldiers of this organization maintained their captured position, despite ruthless enemy counterattacks preceded by intense artillery and mortar barrages. Although suffering from severe losses and confronted by fanatical enemy resistance, the courageous officers and men of the 2nd Battalion again resumed a full scale offensive and, advancing by infiltration, neutralizing resistance by furious hand-to-hand fighting within the German positions, gained a foothold on the barren slopes of Mt. Capello. Setting a commendable example of coolness and efficiency in the face of great danger, the 2nd Battalion fought grimly, tenaciously maintaining its foothold, despite the murderous enemy fire and wave after wave of fresh enemy assault troops. In a notable display of combat skill, teamwork, and determination, the men of the 2nd Battalion, because of a shortage of ammunition, resorted to using captured German machine guns and grenades to meet the enemy onslaughts. Utilizing personnel from battalion headquarters as riflemen, because of its heavily depleted effective strength, the battalion, in a final all-out assault, drove the enemy from Mt. Capello, retaining this strategic terrain feature, despite final desperate enemy counterattacks. The timely capture of this key enemy position frustrated violent enemy efforts to hold terrain of vital importance. A dangerous enemy penetration between the 351st Infantry Regiment and another hard-pressed infantry regiment on the right was averted by the heroic determination, self-sacrifice, and unfailing devotion to duty of the officers and men of the 2nd Battalion, 351st Infantry Regiment. The valorous performance of the 2nd Battalion, 351st Infantry Regiment, reflects great credit on the personnel of the regiment and upon the armed forces of the United States.

Lieutenant General John Lee, Commanding General of US Army Forces in the Mediterranean Theater, fastens the Distinguished Unit Citation Streamer to the colors of the 2nd Battalion 351st Infantry Regiment.
Lieutenant General John Lee, Commanding General of US Army Forces in the Mediterranean Theater, fastens the Distinguished Unit Citation Streamer to the colors of the 2nd Battalion 351st Infantry Regiment.

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INFANTRY
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Distinguished Unit Citation
3rd Battalion
351st Infantry Regiment
Laiatico, Italy - 9 to 13 July 1944

351ST
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The Distinguished Unit Citation was awarded to the Blue Devils 351st Infantry Regiment for Mt.Capello, Italy.
The Distinguished Unit Citation was awarded to the Blue Devils 351st Infantry Regiment for Laiatico, Italy.
The Distinguished Unit Citation was awarded to the Blue Devils 351st Infantry Regiment for Mt.Capello, Italy.

3rd Battalion, 351st Infantry Regiment
Is authorized by War Department General Order 6, 1945

The 3rd Battalion, 351st Infantry Regiment, is cited for outstanding performance of duty in action during the period 9 to 13 July 1944 in the vicinity of Laiatico, Italy. During the attack on strongly fortified German positions in the vicinity of Laiatico, the 3rd Battalion occupied an advanced position devoid of cover and with both flanks exposed, and for three days withstood heavy enemy artillery and mortar bombardments as well as three vicious enemy counterattacks supported by tanks. Displaying courage, skill, and determined fighting spirit, the battalion frustrated all enemy efforts to defend the town and surrounding strategic positions. On the fourth day, the battalion launched a night attack and penetrated the German stronghold from the flanks and rear. Aggressively exploiting its breakthrough, the battalion seized a German regimental command post after a savage hand-to-hand struggle in the darkness and cut the main escape route from the Laiatico hill mass. As a result of the 3rd Battalion's prodigious efforts, 425 prisoners were taken, 250 Germans were killed or wounded, and a large quantity of enemy weapons were captured which were promptly employed with telling effect against the battered German forces. The timely capture of this key enemy defensive position compelled the Germans to abandon a carefully prepared, strongly defended line and opened the route of advance to the Arno River. The fearlessness, heroic determinations and aggressive lighting spirit of the officers and men of the 3rd Battalion, 351st Infantry Regiment, resulted in a performance which brings honor to the armed forces of the United States.


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88th Medals Awarded in WW 2
Medal of Honor
2
Distinguished Service Cross
40
Distinguished Service Medal
2
Silver Star
522
Legion of Merit
66
Soldier's Medal
19
Bronze Star Medal
3,784

PH = Purple Heart
SS = Silver Star
DSC = Distinguished Service BSM = Bronze Star Medal

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Casualties

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Soldiers buried at our cemetaries or Missing in Action

Of the 405,399 Americans that lost their lives during World War II, there were 78,976 Missing in Action. Of the remainder the next of kin of 93,245 elected to have their loved ones buried at our cemeteries. Below is a listing by cemetery showing the number buried and the number that were declared Missing in Action in the vicinity of the cemetery. It does not contain the names of the 233,178 Americans returned to the United States for burial.
Source: American Battle Monuments Commission

Cemetery and Memorial Abbreviations
AR - Ardennes
FL - Florence
RH - Rhone
EP - Epinal
LX - Luxembourg
EC - East Coast Memoria
LO - Lorraine
NA - North Africa
HN - Honolulu Memorial
NO - Normandy
CA - Cambridge
NE - Netherlands
BR - Brittany
HC - Henri-Chapelle
SR - Sicily-Rome
ML - Manila
WC - West Coast Memorial

CEMETERY/MEMORIAL
   BURIALS
   MISSING
Ardennes American Cemetery
         5,328
          462
Brittany American Cemetery
        4,410
          498
Cambridge American Cemetery
        3,812
        5,126
East Coast Memorial
   
        4,609
Epinal American Cemetery
        5,255
          424
Florence American Cemetery
        4,402
        1,409
Henri-Chapelle American Cemetery
        7,992
          450
Honolulu Memorial
   
      18,096
Lorraine American Cemetery
      10,489
          444
Luxembourg American Cemetery
        5,076
          371
Manila American Cemetery
      17,206
      36,282
Netherlands American Cemetery
        8,301
        1,723
Normandy American Cemetery
        9,387
        1,557
North Africa American Cemetery
        2,841
       3,724
Rhone American Cemetery
          861
          294
Sicily-Rome American Cemetery
        7,861
        3,095
Suresnes American Cemetery
            24
     
West Coast Memorial
     
          412
TOTALS
      93,245
      78,976
Name
Rank
Ser No
State
Date of Death
Plot
Row
Grave
Cem
ADAMS WOODROW W
PVT
38289211
AR
May 12, 1944
J
12
63
SR
AIKEN CHARLES L
TSGT
14117503
SC
September 24, 1944
F
4
8
FL
ALLEN ROBERT B III
PVT
38627950
TX
October 16, 1945
0
0
---
FL
ALLEN ROBERT L
PFC
33582042
PA
July 26, 1944
A
8
13
FL
ATTARA JOSEPH A
PFC
32925034
NJ
October 1, 1944
C
4
34
FL
AUGER PAUL E
PVT
31380995
CT
May 12, 1944
H
7
61
SR
BAEZA DIEGO
PFC
38213308
TX
July 13, 1944
E
6
23
FL
BAISH EARL R
PFC
33499837
PA
October 11, 1944
F
8
21
FL
BALDRIDGE NORMAN S
PVT
36902348
IL
February 13, 1945
A
9
20
FL
BALDYGA JOSEPH
PFC
36549259
MI
May 19, 1944
I
6
52
SR
BALL KENNETH E
PVT
42093460
NY
October 11, 1944
F
3
9
FL
BALLINGER GERALD K
PVT
36769015
IL
October 21, 1944
H
2
30
FL
BARBEAU BERNARD E
PFC
36638990
IL
March 8, 1944
H
9
19
SR
BARNEY MERRILL R
PVT
36769017
IL
October 1, 1944
E
12
8
FL
BARRETT CHARLES E
PVT
32508476
NY
May 12, 1944
F
15
41
SR
BARTHOLOMEW KEITH B
SGT
32141419
NY
March 14, 1944
B
8
37
SR
BELMONTE DANIEL J
PVT
32944620
NY
October 11, 1944
G
7
22
FL
BELT CHARLES A
PVT
37245527
KS
October 25, 1944
F
11
15
FL
BERARD LEO J
PVT
31417155
MA
October 24, 1944
D
9
19
FL
BERRY WILLIAM P
PFC
31235657
MA
July 11, 1944
F
10
28
FL
BETANCOURT LUPE G
PFC
39138741
CA
October 26, 1945
0
0
---
FL
BIELUSIAK STEVE J
PVT
36125242
MI
October 12, 1944
G
1
27
FL
BIERNAT THOMAS F
SGT
36544007
MI
October 10, 1944
G
10
22
FL
BIRCHFIELD TOM
PFC
34605049
NC
May 13, 1944
D
5
36
SR
BLACK IVAN D
PFC
38288218
AR
May 20, 1944
I
12
67
SR
BLUCK HENRY A
PFC
39547330
CA
October 12, 1944
E
6
11
FL
BOARDMAN EUGENE T
PFC
31220739
ME
July 12, 1944
F
3
16
FL
BOBOWSKI JOSEPH P JR
PFC
36672915
IL
October 26, 1945
0
0
---
FL
BOCHENSKI MATHEW
PFC
31309787
MA
October 5, 1944
A
5
20
FL
BOISCLAIR PHILIP J
CPL
11072937
CT
July 15, 1944
H
12
14
FL
BOISSENIN EMIL J
PVT
36443794
IL
June 3, 1944
I
10
42
SR
BOLT WILLIAM C
PFC
38237850
AR
March 9, 1944
H
5
42
SR
BONOSORO AMERICO
PFC
32406460
NY
March 12, 1944
B
9
23
SR
BOURASSA RALPH D
PFC
31390045
MA
October 15, 1945
0
0
---
FL
BOWEN WILLIAM
PVT
35875441
OH
November 30, 1944
B
7
36
FL
BRACKETT FELIX D
PVT
38430333
TX
October 11, 1944
G
8
23
FL
BRAEN ARTHUR H
SSGT
32386283
NJ
July 10, 1944
G
1
32
FL
BRANNIGAN JAMES JR
TEC5
12091141
NY
April 19, 1945
B
3
7
FL
BROAD GEORGE E
SGT
31100686
ME
May 12, 1944
G
14
43
SR
BROUILLARD JOSEPH A
TEC5
31149061
RI
November 11, 1944
B
10
36
FL
BRUCKNER CURT A
PVT
32385293
NJ
June 2, 1944
B
12
27
SR
BUCHANAN ELDRED H JR
CPL
33727904
VA
July 10, 1944
C
8
38
FL
BUFF CHARLIE E
PFC
34604426
NC
May 13, 1944
G
4
49
SR
BURKETT EDWARD J
SGT
33182373
PA
October 13, 1944
H
1
9
FL
CAMPBELL ROBERT
PFC
12173152
NY
June 4, 1944
E
5
4
SR
CAPOZZI FRANK D
PFC
31307853
MA
October 25, 1944
E
14
3
FL
CAPRIO NICHOLAS
PFC
42030071
NY
October 3, 1944
E
3
20
FL
CAROLAN WENDELL P
TEC4
32401026
NY
February 29, 1944
I
3
57
SR
CARR THOMAS J JR
PVT
33798035
PA
July 14, 1944
H
1
26
FL
CATE GRANT S
SGT
32271538
NJ
May 1, 1944
A
13
4
SR
CHACON BLAS
PVT
38713574
TX
June 26, 1946
D
2
25
FL
CHANIN ROBERT S
PVT
12225624
NY
October 3, 1945
0
0
---
FL
CIMINI FRANK J
PFC
31127030
MA
July 24, 1944
H
8
33
FL
CLANCY JOHN C JR
1LT
1317758
MI
December 7, 1944
F
7
12
FL
CLARK FOY M
SSGT
35362631
IN
July 14, 1944
C
2
28
FL
COLLIGAN HAROLD J
PVT
12088539
NY
March 12, 1944
G
2
62
SR
COMFORT BOBBY E
PVT
36599970
MI
July 13, 1944
D
10
36
FL
CONLEY HILL F
PFC
34604188
NC
May 14, 1944
H
7
9
SR
CONNELL JOSEPH F
PFC
31138344
MA
May 12, 1944
A
15
11
SR
COOK LUTHER H
PVT
34775933
NC
May 20, 1944
I
2
26
SR
COOPER LACY T
PVT
34773843
NC
July 13, 1944
G
3
32
FL
CORCORAN STEPHEN M
PFC
31420325
MA
October 25, 1944
H
11
15
FL
CORNELL THOMAS B
TSGT
31142199
CT
March 14, 1944
B
6
26
SR
COSBY RAY H
2LT
O-519521
GA
July 17, 1944
E
14
23
FL
COTINOLA LORENZO JR
PVT
39717283
CA
October 13, 1944
E
13
9
FL
COURTNEY RICHARD W
TSGT
31138103
MA
October 13, 1945
0
0
---
FL
COX ALEX A
PVT
38534052
TX
October 4, 1944
B
6
42
FL
COX ROBERT
PVT
32141123
NY
October 25, 1945
0
0
---
FL
CROSS JAMES IRWIN
PVT
33705327
PA
September 29, 1944
C
12
26
FL
CUNNINGHAM LAWRENCE
PVT
33710008
PA
October 11, 1944
E
11
18
FL
CUSTER CHARLES L
PVT
36568251
MI
September 24, 1944
B
5
30
FL
D ELIA PETER E
PVT
31445711
RI
October 12, 1944
A
8
26
FL
DANGEL JOHN J
PVT
36252141
WI
July 21, 1944
H
9
13
FL
DARNELL ROBERT V
PFC
37501499
KS
January 14, 1944
B
5
19
NA
DAVIS BUFORD
PVT
33764299
PA
October 11, 1944
B
12
22
FL
DAVIS NATHAN H
PVT
14012788
NC
October 11, 1944
E
13
7
FL
DE AVILA FRANCISCO
PVT
38213924
NM
March 14, 1944
G
1
62
SR
DE DIONISIO FRANK A
PFC
33432601
PA
October 14, 1945
0
0
---
SR
DE VIVEIROS BENTO C
SGT
31289994
RI
September 25, 1944
E
11
8
FL
DENNIS DE FOREST R
2LT
O1312132
TX
October 13, 1944
H
5
12
FL
DENTON SAM S
PFC
38627890
TX
December 9, 1944
G
9
21
FL
DEVEREAUX RUSSELL W
PFC
42028949
NY
October 27, 1944
H
9
36
FL
DICKINSON CALUF A
PFC
39903471
UT
May 12, 1944
I
1
30
SR
DIDIO ANGELO J
PVT
32373507
NY
May 12, 1944
A
12
22
SR
DIMITRAKIS JOHN C
PFC
31309283
MA
October 23, 1944
G
5
10
FL
DIXON ARGONNE C
1LT
O-026060
UT
July 16, 1944
H
9
7
FL
DIXON RAY A
PVT
35919316
OH
July 17, 1944
D
7
41
FL
DOBBS EARNIE
PVT
38567984
OK
October 12, 1944
H
6
9
FL
DOBSON GEORGE F
PFC
34760413
GA
September 28, 1944
B
10
17
FL
DODGE DENVER W
PVT
37684391
IA
October 27, 1944
G
2
5
FL
DOLAN EDWARD L
2LT
O1318877
MA
July 15, 1944
C
3
25
FL
DOTY RAYMOND W
PVT
37489818
NE
October 16, 1944
F
6
6
FL
DOUGHERTY VINCENT R
PVT
33701496
PA
October 9, 1944
G
10
26
FL
DRESLIK MICHAEL J
PFC
32961747
NY
May 17, 1944
H
15
37
SR
DUDLEY CLIFFORD
PFC
38341543
TX
May 12, 1944
I
1
1
SR
DYHR HUGO L
PFC
37326875
MN
April 24, 1944
B
3
23
SR
EGGLESTON CLAY D
PFC
33658578
VA
September 24, 1944
D
11
28
FL
EILAND MADISON C
PVT
33749529
DC
October 10, 1944
A
5
47
FL
ELSENRAAT FRED E
CPL
39265801
CA
September 21, 1944
B
3
23
FL
ERICKSON GLEN H
CAPT
O1285222
CA
July 10, 1944
A
11
31
FL
ETTER EDWIN P
PFC
36573461
MI
March 5, 1944
B
13
23
SR
FAGERLEE SIGURD O
2LT
O1320025
MN
September 30, 1944
H
10
15
FL
FARRELL JAMES J
PVT
36365776
IL
May 12, 1944
A
13
43
LO
FISHER WILLIAM J
PVT
36691931
IL
May 12, 1944
A
14
19
SR
FORD HENRY E
PFC
39583156
CA
February 4, 1946
0
0
---
FL
GAMBLE JOHN L
PVT
42010735
NJ
July 26, 1944
D
3
13
FL
GARNETT ARCHIE T
PFC
33525118
VA
September 27, 1944
F
13
25
FL
GAVRELEDES PETER G
PVT
32620191
NY
September 29, 1944
B
8
37
FL
GIRAUD PETE
PFC
39903851
UT
June 1, 1945
0
0
---
SR
GOBEIL GEORGE A
PFC
31235839
MA
July 16, 1944
F
13
28
FL
GOOD EVERETT L
PVT
36780172
IL
October 12, 1944
H
9
15
FL
GOODRICH GORDON M
PFC
31248457
CT
October 11, 1944
B
11
15
FL
GRAHAM THOMAS P
TSGT
20511062
OH
June 4, 1944
0
0
---
SR
GREEN GROVER C
PVT
35408381
OH
March 2, 1944
I
5
61
SR
GREENBERG SOLOMON
PFC
32399720
NY
October 11, 1944
D
7
5
FL
GREINER ELBERT E
TSGT
32269842
NJ
October 8, 1944
D
9
11
FL
GROGRO ARTHUR A
1SGT
35033253
OH
October 8, 1944
D
13
21
FL
GRUBAR JOSEPH R
PVT
33766358
PA
July 11, 1944
F
6
31
FL
GRUBB ALFRED C
PVT
32956640
NJ
July 17, 1944
H
10
10
FL
GRZBOUSKI THEODORE V
PFC
38542473
TX
September 28, 1944
B
6
20
FL
GUGLIELMONE MATTEO B
PFC
32997811
NY
October 14, 1944
H
13
9
FL
GURSKY PETER
SGT
32402681
NY
October 1, 1944
E
4
34
FL
HALL GUY E
CPL
33524857
WV
October 28, 1945
0
0
---
FL
HANCOCK WALTER S
PVT
34651214
SC
July 13, 1944
C
11
18
FL
HARGIS ERNEST C
PFC
34375591
TN
July 10, 1944
C
3
7
FL
HARMON LLOYD R
PVT
34735020
TN
June 4, 1944
0
0
---
SR
HARRISON GEORGE W
PFC
36104582
MI
September 25, 1944
F
4
33
FL
HARTMANN LOUIS J
PFC
32925123
NJ
July 27, 1944
D
13
15
FL
HELD KEITH J SR
PFC
33309653
PA
May 12, 1944
I
13
26
SR
HENCH ROGER W
PFC
33499832
PA
May 14, 1944
D
9
32
SR
HEYER WILLIAM R JR
PVT
39213377
WA
October 1, 1944
D
1
7
FL
HIMES EVERETT
PVT
31126947
MA
May 20, 1944
H
7
55
SR
HITCHCOCK LENZIE B
PVT
35772119
KY
July 12, 1944
C
11
4
FL
HONNAS MICHAEL P
1LT
O1295548
PA
April 11, 1944
B
7
44
FL
HORWATH STEPHEN E
PVT
31251326
CT
May 14, 1944
I
15
50
SR
HOUSTON DAN
PFC
39102954
CA
September 30, 1944
C
8
14
FL
HOWARD THOMAS G
CPL
35901702
IN
February 3, 1945
E
14
4
FL
HUBBARD STANLEY E JR
PVT
32945220
NY
November 3, 1945
0
0
---
FL
HUBERT DANIEL W
PVT
37632493
MO
December 28, 1944
H
12
21
FL
HUDAK EUGENE S
PVT
36686480
IL
May 14, 1944
E
1
34
SR
HUDZIK ADAM J
PVT
32957642
NJ
October 12, 1944
F
1
19
FL
HUFFMAN AMBROSE F
PFC
39318981
OR
July 10, 1944
C
3
16
FL
JABLENSKI WILBERT F
PVT
36699698
IL
October 1, 1944
C
15
15
FL
JACQUES HOWARD G
PFC
35348591
OH
October 11, 1945
0
0
---
FL
JADATZ EDWARD A
PFC
31214217
MA
May 14, 1944
H
13
5
SR
JANKE EDWIN R
PFC
39903828
MN
September 25, 1944
B
11
33
FL
JARAMILLO LEONOR
PFC
38167844
NM
October 13, 1944
C
15
26
FL
JENKINS ROBERT M
PFC
34885565
TN
April 29, 1945
H
7
7
FL
JENNEY JOHN T JR
PFC
42010606
NJ
July 11, 1944
C
5
25
FL
JENSEN KNUDD
PVT
32978068
NY
July 9, 1944
E
7
13
FL
JOHNSON EINO E
PFC
37305982
MN
October 7, 1944
H
5
5
FL
JOHNSON ROY A JR
PVT
33432623
PA
March 2, 1944
G
7
6
SR
JOLLY ROME A
PVT
34311924
NC
October 27, 1944
0
0
---
FL
JOYCE THOMAS P
PFC
33424888
PA
September 26, 1944
F
1
33
FL
KACZKA EDWARD
CPL
32597916
NJ
October 12, 1944
C
12
12
FL
KANE JAMES E
PFC
12061776
NY
October 12, 1944
D
12
31
FL
KANNBERG MILTON A
PFC
36567227
MI
July 13, 1944
H
8
26
FL
KARNIS EDWARD H
PVT
33402960
PA
September 25, 1944
B
14
14
FL
KELLEY FRANCIS G
PVT
31100669
ME
October 2, 1944
E
1
7
FL
KEMPER EMORY A
CAPT
O1285250
NM
June 2, 1944
A
11
14
SR
KENNEDY C L
2LT
O1306214
TX
September 25, 1944
A
13
8
FL
KENNEDY LAWRENCE E
PFC
39212256
WA
April 8, 1945
A
11
4
FL
KENNEY EDWARD M
PFC
32966367
NY
July 9, 1944
A
8
31
FL
KENWELL PHILIP E
PFC
34813458
AL
September 24, 1944
E
11
14
FL
KINSELLA ARTHUR J
PFC
12058782
NY
July 25, 1944
E
3
31
FL
KLEIN RONALD
PFC
31372275
MA
October 12, 1944
A
10
23
FL
KLOTZ MARVIN H
PFC
37502012
MO
September 26, 1944
D
1
14
FL
KLUSHANK JOHN
2LT
O1316648
PA
July 10, 1944
C
15
24
FL
KNAPP RUDOLPH H
PFC
36804048
WI
June 9, 1944
I
14
29
SR
KNAUER PHILIP A
PVT
36691625
IL
October 12, 1944
F
8
25
FL
KNIPPENBERG WALTER W
PFC
32386672
NJ
October 11, 1945
0
0
---
FL
KOEPKA WALLACE A
PVT
32842408
NY
October 13, 1944
H
8
18
FL
KOHUT JOHN
PFC
36887876
MI
October 24, 1944
0
0
SR
KOVALCHUK JOHN
PVT
31251470
CT
October 9, 1944
F
4
4
FL
KOVIS JOHN
PFC
36766048
IL
October 14, 1944
C
14
29
FL
KRAMARCZYK THADDEUS
PVT
31406178
CT
October 13, 1944
A
13
26
FL
KRAUSE ERNEST G
PFC
33582143
PA
November 2, 1945
0
0
---
FL
KREJMAS STEPHEN J
PFC
31415161
MA
October 5, 1944
B
7
38
FL
KRYSZCZUK CHARLES A
2LT
O1319754
NJ
October 28, 1944
A
4
39
FL
LA FAVE FREDERICK D
PVT
42091584
NY
November 3, 1944
H
12
30
FL
LA PORTA LOUIS
PVT
42031873
NY
July 9, 1944
C
14
27
FL
LAMBERT NORMAN J
CPL
31138373
MA
July 15, 1944
A
8
22
FL
LAMOUREUX NEIL E
SGT
11070907
MA
May 12, 1944
J
14
27
SR
LANDES HOWARD M JR
PFC
33831348
PA
October 5, 1944
A
11
5
FL
LANDRY JEFFREY C
PFC
31138035
MA
September 28, 1944
C
5
29
FL
LAWLER JOSEPH C
PVT
38345362
TX
July 26, 1944
A
6
13
FL
LAWRENCE JAMES R
PVT
35734896
OH
October 13, 1944
G
12
31
FL
LEE JOHN S
PFC
39903684
UT
May 14, 1944
H
6
37
SR
LEEKYA PETER
PVT
38583357
NM
October 12, 1944
G
12
20
FL
LEGLER ROBERT H
PVT
42092923
NY
November 3, 1944
D
2
6
FL
LEICHTY LEONARD H
PFC
34327179
TN
May 12, 1944
E
4
44
SR
LEONE ORLANDO J
CPL
32869837
NY
October 12, 1944
H
12
26
FL
LEWIS ROBERT M
PFC
38208386
AR
October 25, 1944
F
8
16
FL
LICKERT DONALD H
PVT
36423944
MI
July 12, 1944
G
3
5
FL
LIGHT ROY E
PFC
34509344
TN
October 23, 1944
F
2
9
FL
LILLY JERALD E
PFC
18079624
TX
July 23, 1945
0
0
---
FL
LITTLE CHRISTOPHER T
PVT
33769370
PA
January 11, 1946
E
13
13
FL
LOHMAN JOHN T
PVT
33766197
PA
October 11, 1945
0
0
---
FL
LONG JOHNNIE F
PVT
37357808
WY
September 28, 1944
H
6
24
FL
LOOS RUDOLPH V
PFC
33424761
PA
May 13, 1944
I
7
50
SR
LORD HAROLD L
PVT
31261500
MA
October 22, 1944
C
14
28
FL
LORENZ HENRY D
PVT
36691014
IL
July 13, 1944
E
14
34
FL
LUCERO AMADO
CPL
38167504
NM
October 11, 1944
H
2
36
FL
LUKASZEWSKI CHESTER
PFC
36639893
IL
October 11, 1945
0
0
---
FL
MAC DONALD LEO M
1LT
O-452004
MA
October 11, 1944
D
14
20
FL
MACEJKA JOSEPH P
PVT
31380326
CT
July 12, 1944
C
7
27
FL
MACHAN JAMES A
PVT
36877187
MI
October 1, 1944
D
1
25
FL
MADISON MARTIN L
PVT
36871515
MI
July 18, 1944
F
7
34
FL
MAHMDE CHARLES L
PVT
33832738
PA
October 1, 1944
J
12
20
SR
MARKHAM JAMES H
1LT
O1296877
LA
July 14, 1944
C
6
16
FL
MARTIN EDGAR
SGT
37502861
KS
September 26, 1944
B
10
7
FL
MASON FRANK W
PFC
31138325
MA
May 12, 1944
H
11
37
SR
MATHIS LOREN L
PFC
36715171
IL
October 21, 1944
D
11
9
FL
MAUPIN HARRIS G
PVT
37538649
KS
May 12, 1944
H
6
42
SR
MAZZA JOHN
SGT
32387096
NJ
May 12, 1944
B
14
5
SR
MC ELYEA TRUMAN E
SGT
33531946
VA
November 16, 1944
0
0
---
FL
MC FADDEN JOHN J
PVT
32408422
NY
May 12, 1944
I
14
48
SR
MC KINSEY HENRY R
TSGT
13010975
PA
May 14, 1944
E
7
26
SR
MC MAHON JAMES G
1LT
O1295244
MA
March 16, 1944
E
13
31
SR
MC MICKEN JAMES E
PFC
36570634
MI
June 4, 1944
F
8
19
SR
MC VEY JAMES J
PVT
33600203
PA
July 11, 1944
C
5
22
FL
MEADOWS LEO
PVT
38602764
AR
October 8, 1944
E
1
4
FL
MEEKS CLARENCE R
CAPT
O1285264
CA
July 17, 1944
E
2
18
FL
MEGARO HERMAN V
PVT
32389382
NJ
May 12, 1944
F
13
51
SR
MELINSKY HARLAN W
PFC
37547705
MN
May 21, 1945
0
0
---
SR
MESKIMEN JOSEPH E JR
SGT
32402746
NY
September 23, 1944
B
12
14
FL
MIEDEMA BERNARD J
PFC
36400921
MI
October 10, 1944
F
1
16
FL
MILEWSKA EDWARD J
PFC
31143310
CT
July 16, 1944
C
8
4
FL
MILLER DOYLE H
PFC
38191995
OK
November 3, 1945
0
0
---
FL
MILLER EVERETT
PFC
38288407
AR
May 14, 1944
H
1
12
SR
MILLER GEORGE
PFC
33756743
PA
October 1, 1944
H
5
14
FL
MILLER RAYMOND L
TSGT
31126335
ME
May 12, 1944
H
3
20
SR
MILLS JOSEPH
SSGT
32396657
NY
September 25, 1944
C
5
15
FL
MIX ALBERT
PVT
37586247
MN
October 13, 1944
G
3
3
FL
MONTAUK HARVEY
PVT
42013242
NJ
October 3, 1944
G
5
3
FL
MORGAN HERMAN G
PFC
37134751
MO
September 29, 1944
A
4
15
FL
MORGAN WILLIAM P JR
TEC5
6896139
VA
October 23, 1944
D
6
3
FL
MULLER HERMAN FREDER
PVT
39922702
ID
October 14, 1944
E
12
17
FL
MULLINS HOMER
PFC
35641009
KY
February 6, 1945
E
8
7
FL
MURPHY JOHN J
PVT
32681053
NY
October 24, 1944
E
1
22
FL
MURPHY JOHN O
CPL
32843239
NY
May 14, 1944
I
4
52
SR
NAPLES SAMUEL F
PVT
35920239
OH
October 5, 1944
E
3
14
FL
NASTRUCCI HARRY G
PFC
36730865
IL
May 14, 1944
H
1
53
SR
NEDDO FREDERICK
SGT
12099014
NY
May 14, 1944
A
11
22
SR
NEWELL JAMES J
PFC
36729611
IL
September 26, 1944
C
10
6
FL
NICHOLAS CLARENCE R
PVT
37275188
SD
October 28, 1945
0
0
---
FL
NIEDZWIECKI EDWARD J
PFC
31335647
CT
July 9, 1944
E
9
13
FL
NIEKAMP ROBERT E
PFC
38428816
TX
May 13, 1944
H
14
53
SR
OHME HERMAN W
LTC
O-018250
AL
October 14, 1944
E
13
5
FL
OLEJAR FRANK W
PFC
32387150
NJ
December 3, 1944
B
3
5
FL
OLES VINCENT
PFC
36196150
MI
October 13, 1944
B
5
16
FL
OLSON FREDERICK F
PFC
36801728
WI
July 26, 1944
G
3
27
FL
ORCUTT WOODFORD A
PVT
37730869
OK
October 16, 1944
B
12
34
FL
ORMSBEE JOHN R
PVT
32944144
NY
October 2, 1944
B
5
12
FL
ORTENDAHL ROBERT L
PVT
31420578
MA
October 30, 1944
B
3
11
FL
ORTH DONALD W
PVT
37623360
MO
July 13, 1944
G
7
9
FL
ORTIZ LOUIS R
PFC
12026487
NY
November 30, 1944
A
6
19
FL
OSBORNE ROBERT F
PFC
33309554
PA
March 30, 1944
0
0
---
SR
OWCARZ FRANK M
PFC
6949516
PA
November 23, 1944
A
10
19
FL
PAIVA GEORGE
PFC
31235668
MA
May 19, 1944
I
2
52
SR
PALMER ROBERT W
PFC
32652326
NY
October 16, 1944
B
11
23
FL
PANDO GEORGE S
PFC
31359473
MA
June 10, 1944
D
13
32
FL
PAPE ELMER J
SSGT
37139827
MO
October 25, 1944
G
4
16
FL
PARENTI JOSEPH D
PFC
31382279
CT
October 15, 1945
0
0
---
FL
PARLA SAMUEL P
PVT
31382490
CT
July 26, 1944
A
10
13
FL
PARR GEORGE L
SGT
38229546
TX
March 30, 1944
D
1
58
AR
PAUL LEON J A
PFC
31178478
NH
June 4, 1944
G
4
5
SR
PAYNE ESTES E
PVT
34891953
NC
December 19, 1944
C
6
35
FL
PAZUCHOWSKI HENRY V
PVT
33708119
PA
October 25, 1945
0
0
---
FL
PEICHKOWSKI FRANK M
PFC
33677321
PA
October 27, 1945
0
0
---
FL
PERREAULT LOUIS N
PFC
31142576
CT
May 14, 1944
I
10
23
SR
PETERS FRED JR
PFC
37502966
KS
October 5, 1944
B
13
11
FL
PIERCE WILLIAM E
PFC
31384616
RI
November 3, 1944
D
13
28
FL
PIZZUTO SEVERIO S
PVT
42093302
NY
October 12, 1944
D
5
28
FL
PODULKA EDWARD G
PVT
36125092
MI
October 24, 1944
G
13
30
FL
POWELL EDDIE H
PVT
34931259
SC
October 10, 1944
A
3
24
FL
PRATT RUSSELL J
SGT
39546245
CA
February 3, 1945
A
13
37
FL
PURKISS KENNETH M
CPL
38288837
AR
May 12, 1944
E
11
31
SR
PUZ ANTHONY JR
CPL
33407373
PA
November 30, 1944
F
3
18
FL
RACINE ARTHUR L
PFC
31374598
NH
October 2, 1944
B
9
30
FL
RACKLEY MALVIN F
SSGT
14032129
GA
May 15, 1944
H
8
50
SR
RAGON CARL W
PFC
38191831
OK
May 20, 1944
E
5
43
SR
RAJCEVICH GEORGE
PVT
36786852
IL
October 25, 1944
B
8
35
FL
RALEY AMOS C
2LT
O-518725
TX
September 27, 1944
A
10
8
FL
RAMIREZ THOMAS F
PVT
34497045
TN
October 23, 1944
D
9
27
FL
RANDALL JOHN JR
PVT
13174813
PA
June 4, 1944
C
5
28
FL
RAY JOSEPH A
PFC
6659689
KS
October 14, 1944
B
10
11
FL
REDISH MIKE
PFC
33396234
PA
October 25, 1944
D
2
27
FL
REED ALBERT M
PVT
31237164
MA
October 7, 1944
E
10
3
FL
REED WALTER
PVT
39834251
CA
May 13, 1944
H
1
62
SR
REEDELL AXEL S
PFC
32386367
NJ
May 12, 1944
A
15
19
SR
REEK WILLIAM O
PFC
35899565
WI
November 23, 1944
H
8
21
FL
REID CHESTER W
2LT
O1540674
MI
November 21, 1944
H
10
6
FL
REILLY RICHARD F
PVT
31141989
CT
October 11, 1944
H
3
9
FL
RENTSCH EDWARD E
PVT
36690930
IL
October 2, 1944
G
9
27
FL
RHATIGAN THOMAS M
CPL
32396645
NY
July 18, 1944
H
8
14
FL
RICE PAUL B
PFC
33832257
PA
September 26, 1944
E
1
14
FL
RICHARDSON CHARLES G
PFC
31100543
ME
May 17, 1944
E
12
26
SR
RICHENS MARION L
PFC
39903724
UT
October 3, 1944
K
28
25
LO
RIQUIER GERARD E
PFC
31149494
RI
May 14, 1944
H
14
37
SR
RITTER CHESTER W
PFC
35226201
OH
October 13, 1944
B
14
11
FL
RITTER HENRY R
PVT
33504681
PA
May 12, 1944
H
12
46
SR
ROCKE DONALD S
1LT
O1299944
IL
May 14, 1944
I
2
20
SR
ROGERS FRANCIS J
PFC
31138407
MA
February 12, 1945
G
3
13
FL
ROSELLI LUCIANO P
PVT
42035354
NY
October 11, 1944
A
4
24
FL
ROTA JOSEPH J
PFC
31369065
MA
October 6, 1944
D
12
7
FL
ROUTSON ROBERT N
TEC4
31127004
MA
April 28, 1944
A
13
21
SR
RUCERETO PATSY
PFC
32387772
NJ
October 1, 1944
C
2
11
FL
RUNK JOHN J
PFC
37314551
MN
October 14, 1945
0
0
---
FL
RUSSO JOSHUA
PVT
32954932
NJ
May 14, 1944
B
8
19
SR
SAAR FREDERICK A
PVT
37678214
IA
September 28, 1944
D
11
30
FL
SANDERS CHARLIE W
PVT
34832390
GA
October 24, 1944
D
12
25
FL
SARGIS BENJAMIN J
PVT
31440142
CT
October 26, 1945
0
0
---
FL
SAVIANO HENRY
PVT
36695372
IL
September 25, 1944
E
7
11
FL
SCHEIDECKER FRANK
PFC
42036352
NY
October 13, 1944
E
14
13
FL
SCOCOZZA ALFRED
PVT
32891102
NY
October 11, 1944
B
4
34
FL
SENETA EUGENE J
CPL
33411148
PA
September 25, 1944
E
2
14
FL
SEPSIS GEORGE P
PFC
36730564
IL
May 12, 1944
F
1
8
SR
SESSELMAN GEORGE F
2LT
O1296101
NY
September 29, 1944
C
6
8
FL
SHANNON ALTON H
PVT
32734034
NY
October 23, 1944
C
9
36
FL
SHAW BILL D
PFC
36589639
MI
April 30, 1945
F
9
25
FL
SHEERER WHITMAN
CPL
12026017
NY
July 9, 1944
H
8
19
FL
SHERRY CHARLES A
PVT
6065941
PA
October 1, 1944
C
13
31
FL
SHIELDS THOMAS L
TEC5
36405582
MI
February 19, 1945
H
2
24
FL
SHILLING JOHN R
CPL
35140911
IN
October 10, 1944
0
0
---
FL
SIGBIENY LLOYD T
PFC
32943599
NY
September 24, 1944
D
8
35
FL
SIMPSON HAROLD P
PFC
38213597
NM
June 29, 1944
F
12
46
SR
SINCLAIR FRANCIS R
PFC
31259495
MA
May 29, 1944
H
1
19
SR
SITZMAN FREDERICK J
CPL
35411483
OH
May 14, 1944
H
15
32
SR
SKARUPINSKI LEO J
PVT
35894168
IN
July 9, 1944
F
14
37
FL
SLEDJICK BERNARD
SGT
11070284
RI
March 24, 1944
A
2
22
SR
SMALL LESTER E
PVT
31217006
ME
July 11, 1944
H
12
32
FL
SMITH ARNOLD B
PVT
34931850
SC
October 23, 1944
G
10
24
FL
SMITH GEORGE C JR
PFC
32980016
NY
October 9, 1944
B
11
34
FL
SMITH LOUIS S
PVT
31417015
MA
October 12, 1944
G
8
30
FL
SNEED LLOYD J
CPL
37631251
MO
February 14, 1945
H
8
8
FL
SPANGENBURG JACK B
2LT
O1322815
PA
July 10, 1944
C
6
13
FL
SPRADLING DONALD L
PVT
35776775
OH
October 24, 1944
E
9
18
FL
STANLEY HARVEY V
PFC
34594780
NC
October 26, 1944
D
5
34
FL
STANTON DALE D
PVT
35899264
IN
October 31, 1945
0
0
---
FL
STARK WOODROW W
PVT
36880662
MI
November 15, 1944
D
10
4
FL
STEELE AULTON
PFC
34813378
AL
October 26, 1944
0
0
---
FL
STEWART CHARLES E
PFC
31217001
ME
July 9, 1944
H
4
26
FL
STEWART HARRY R
SSGT
39707157
CA
September 25, 1944
B
14
38
FL
STIPA DINO F
TEC5
36712220
IL
May 29, 1944
F
3
28
SR
STONE SAUL
SSGT
33151278
PA
October 23, 1944
E
4
9
FL
STRUBLE CHANCY C
PFC
36714014
IL
March 27, 1944
A
11
16
SR
SUCHIER HUGH C
PFC
36639169
IL
May 14, 1944
H
7
37
SR
SULLIVAN EUGENE T JR
PFC
36730543
IL
May 15, 1944
0
0
---
FL
SUMMERS JAMES S
PFC
34678880
NC
October 10, 1944
D
28
30
NO
SUTKER VICTOR J
2LT
O-519710
MA
July 10, 1944
C
2
34
FL
SWANSON WALTER E
PVT
36894300
MI
October 20, 1944
A
10
3
FL
SYLVIA JOHN JR
PFC
31305835
MA
October 9, 1944
G
13
33
FL
TACKE ALFRED E
TEC3
15197057
OH
February 9, 1945
B
11
21
FL
THOMAS HARRY E
PFC
33539879
VA
June 4, 1944
0
0
---
SR
THOMAS WILLIAM L
PFC
37459452
NE
June 5, 1944
G
14
5
SR
TILLBERG GEORGE R
PVT
32957450
NJ
July 27, 1944
D
3
17
FL
TRAME ROBERT E
PVT
35546778
OH
November 21, 1944
C
9
35
FL
TRUBENBACH ALFRED C
1LT
O-358594
NH
August 13, 1944
E
12
28
FL
TUCKER EDWARD E JR
1LT
O1304821
VA
July 9, 1944
C
1
25
FL
TURNER LETCH
PFC
35464636
KY
September 25, 1944
B
4
24
FL
TYLER ROBERT F
CPL
31148577
RI
May 12, 1944
B
11
19
SR
TYLER THOMAS J
PVT
38524762
LA
October 26, 1945
0
0
---
FL
TYSON L C
SSGT
18157452
OK
October 10, 1944
B
5
11
FL
URBANSKI RAYMOND
PFC
32028825
NY
October 11, 1944
F
10
9
FL
VALCOURT OSCAR G J
PVT
31149195
RI
May 13, 1944
E
5
26
SR
VASCONCELLOS ALFRED
PVT
31233935
MA
February 11, 1945
A
9
21
FL
VASQUEZ LUPE R
PVT
39416964
CA
November 13, 1944
G
10
7
FL
VON BORSTEL CARSTEN
PVT
39343522
OR
October 21, 1944
B
7
34
FL
WACHUS STANLEY J
TSGT
32387643
NJ
July 9, 1944
B
11
40
FL
WALSH DAVID P
PFC
36004324
IL
September 28, 1944
B
10
35
FL
WALTON CARROLL L
PVT
33539162
VA
July 10, 1944
A
7
36
FL
WARD FRED E
PVT
31360130
MA
September 30, 1944
A
12
9
FL
WARD NORMAN A
SGT
32474007
NY
July 25, 1945
A
10
37
FL
WASSON ORAN L
PVT
38692721
OK
November 16, 1944
F
12
5
FL
WEISSER ALBERT G
PFC
32267091
NJ
September 25, 1944
B
3
20
FL
WHITAKER WAYNE D
PVT
36903229
IL
October 10, 1944
G
11
31
FL
WHITE JOHN K
PVT
34834929
GA
October 14, 1944
E
3
27
FL
WHITT CHARLES M
SGT
33119309
VA
September 24, 1944
D
3
23
FL
WILBURN GLENN F
SGT
6942882
PA
October 11, 1945
0
0
---
FL
WILDUNG EDWARD J JR
PVT
12219589
NY
October 13, 1944
D
7
37
FL
WILKOS STEVE S
PFC
32309251
NJ
April 13, 1945
A
26
43
LO
WILLIAMS CARLTON
TEC4
39259884
CA
March 18, 1944
B
8
23
SR
WINTERS PAUL D
TEC3
31149179
RI
April 29, 1945
D
14
13
FL
WOLFF ALBERT
PFC
39614714
ID
October 14, 1944
B
6
13
FL
WOODHAM RUFUS
PVT
34834909
GA
October 13, 1945
0
0
---
FL
WYRE ELLIS A
PFC
36730132
IL
May 12, 1944
A
15
4
SR
ZEUSCHNER WERNER G W
PFC
31251209
CT
May 12, 1944
E
8
30
SR
ZIFCHAK ANDREW R
PVT
35926306
OH
October 10, 1944
F
5
9
FL
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