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Corporal Donald Kilpatrick, Fourth Marine Division, killed or: lwo lima, on
March 11, 1945.
Private Ronald Knight, Army of the United States, killed on Saipan.
Gunner's Mate Third Class Clayton Leach, United States Navy, died of
wounds in the Pacific Theater, on luly 19, 1944.
Lieutenant lames Emmett Lee, 587th Bomb Squadron, 394th Bomb Group,
killed in an airplane crash near Kellogg Field, Battle Creek, Michigan, on
lanuary 8, 1944.
Private First Class Charles Benton Little, Company B, 348th lnfantry Regiment,
Third Army, killed in action while carrying messages in Germany, on March
Private Ray Edward McClure, Company l, 35lst lnfantry, 99th Division, killed
in Normandy, on luly 7, 1944.
Platoon Sergeant Bobby G. McCracken, Ninth Marines, killed on Guam, on
luly 27, 1944.
Staff-Sergeant Eugene F. Mantooth, Second Division, 38th lnfantry, killed in
France, on luly 27, 1944.
Lieutenant Melvin Millard, Battery V 200th Coast Artillery, died on a lap
prison ship, on October 24, 1944.
Lieutenant Bert Don Miller, Squadron 576, 392nd Group, killed over Germany,
on March 15, 1944.
Private De Oatis K. Moates, died at McCook Field, Nebraska, on lanuary 29,
Captain Thomas Ray Monroe, Test Pilot, killed in a plane crash at New
Castle, Delaware, on luly 21, 1945.
Private First Class Glen E. Moore, Headquarters Battery, l3lst Division, died
in a lapanese prison camp at Kanburi, Thailand, on October 19, 1943.
Corporal 1. B. Morrison, 60th Coast Artillery, killed on Corregldor, on Decem-
ber 26, 1941.
Corporal Walter C. Oughton, killed in an airplane crash at Oliver Springs,
Tennessee, on March 19, 1943.
Lieutenant William S. Pennington, Squadron 94, Group L, killed in an air-
plane crash in England, on October 11, 1942.
Corporal lack Perry, killed in the Philippines, on April B, 1942-the day be-
fore Bataan fell.
Sergeant Earl Proctor, 36th Division, died in Boston, on September 20, 1945.
Second Lieutenant W. A. Pruitt, Army Air Force, killed in a flight from India
to China, on lune 15, 1944.
Lieutenant 1. W. Raynes, Second Marines, killed on Guam, by a lapanese
sniper, on Iuly 27, 1944.
Flight Officer Milton B. Reese, 21st Bomb Squadron, Saipan, lost on a B-29
raid over Nagoya, on lanuary 14, 1945.
Delmon Dee Rice, Army Air Force Reserve, killed in an accident at Stamford
Flying Field, on September 28, 1943.
Sergeant H. V. Richards, lr., Company F, 495111 Infantry, 102nd Division,
killed in the Roer crossing, on February 23, 1945.
Second Lieutenant Henry Barrett Roberson, lr., 312th Squadron, killed in an
airplane crash in South Carolina, in luly, 1943.
Private First Class lvan Pierce Rogers, Third Marines, killed on lwo lima,
on March 9, 1945.
Captain lonathan N. Routh, 68th Division, lllth Observation Squadron, killed
in Sicily, on August 5, 1943.
Corporal R. V. Rucker, Sixth Marines, killed on Okinawa, on May 15, 1944.
Lieutenant Parramore Sellers, Filth Air Force, killed between Biak lsland and
Morotai, on February 24, 1945.
Second Lieutenant Grady Shytles, lr., Tl-450-AAF-BV, killed in an airplane
crash at Bakersfield, California, on lanuary 2, 1945.
Second Lieutenant Albert L. Spann, lr., Army Air Forces, killed in Northern
ltaly, on February 25, 1945.
Private First Class Ted W. Srygley, killed in plane crash in the Panamint
Mountains overlooking Death Valley, California, on August 1, 1944.
Private Billy Virden, 131st Field Artillery, died at Fitzsimmons Hospital, Den-
ver, Colorado, on February 21, 1943.
Corporal Vernon 1. Voyles, Troop G, 112th Cavalry, killed inland on Arawe,
New Britain, on lanuary 4, 1944.
Staff-Sergeant lim Bob Wheeler, Troop G, 112th Cavalry, killed at Afua, New
Guinea, on August 4, 1944.
Flight Officer Charles E. White, Fighter Squadron 59, Fighter Group 33, killed
in Burma, on December 31, 1945.
Lieutenant Orvil White, 8th Training Squadron, Class 44-B, killed in a plane
crash on luly 8, 1944, at Mather Field, California,
Lieutenant Charles A. Whittington, Bomb Squadron 758, Bomb Group 459,
lost during a flight from Brazil to Africa, on February 8, 1944.
Captain Henry P. Widmer, Field Artillery, died of car accident at Coleman,
Texas, on August 30, 1944.
Second Lieutenant Thomas W. Williams, Squadron 99, Group H, killed in a
Flying Fortress collision at Brooksville, Florida, on lanuary 13, 1944.
Sergeant W. Preston Williams, Twelfth lnfantry, killed in Germany, on Sep-
tember 14, 1944. '
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