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Korea and Vietnam Casualties

Vietnam (moved to a different page)

New Data here.

Korean War Casualties

Staten Island, NY

Source: ABMC American Battle Monuments Commission http://www.abmc.gov/search/koreanwar.php
Those listing hometown as Staten Island or something similar, but not "New York"

Source: NARA National Archives and Records Administration: http://www.archives.gov/research/korean-war/casualty-lists/ny-by-town.html
Those listing hometown as Staten Island or something similar, but not "New York"

 

 

 

William Charles Ackermann

Statton Island, New York

Born April 2, 1930

Private, U.S. Army

Killed in Action
Died April 16, 1952 in Korea

Private Ackermann was a member of the 160th Infantry Regiment, 40th Infantry Division. He was Killed in Action while fighting the enemy in North Korea on April 16, 1952. Private Ackermann was awarded the Purple Heart, the Combat Infantryman's Badge, the Korean Service Medal, the United Nations Service Medal and the National Defense Service Medal.

Source: ABMC

Source: NARA

Eric L. Ahlstrom, Jr.

No photo available

Richmond, New York

Born 1932

Private First Class, U.S. Army
Killed in Action
Died June 24, 1953 in Korea

Private First Class Ahlstrom was a member of Company F, 279th Infantry Regiment, 45th Infantry Division. He was Killed in Action while fighting the enemy near Chohanggok, North Korea on June 24, 1953. Private First Class Ahlstrom was awarded the Purple Heart, the Combat Infantryman's Badge, the Korean Service Medal, the United Nations Service Medal and the National Defense Service Medal.

Source: ABMC

Source: NARA

 

Edward Clyde Benfold

Staten Island, New York

Born January 15, 1931

 

Hospital Corpsman Third Class, U.S. Navy
Killed in Action
Died September 5, 1952 in Korea

Hospital Corpsman Third Class Benfold was attached to Company F, 2nd Battalion, 1st Marines, 1st Marine Division. On September 5, 1952, during intense enemy attack supported by artillery and mortar fire, he was treating two wounded marines in a large crater, when two enemy soldiers threw two grenades into the crater. He picked up the grenades and thrust them against the bodies of the enemy as they exploded, mortally wounding himself. For his leadership and great valor, Hospital Corpsman Third Class Benfold was awarded the Medal of Honor, the Purple Heart with Gold Star, the Combat Service Ribbon, the Korean Service Medal, the United Nations Service Medal, the National Defense Service Medal and the Korean War Service Medal. On November 11, 1995, the U.S. Navy christened a new aegis destroyer the "USS BENFOLD".

Source: ABMC

 

Stanley Aloysius Blazewicz

No photo available

New Brighton, New York

Born March 21, 1929

Private First Class, U.S. Marine Corps
Killed in Action
Died November 23, 1950 in Korea

Private First Class Blazewicz was a member of the Anti-Tank Company, 7th Marines, 1st Marine Division. He was Killed in Action while fighting the enemy in Korea on November 23, 1950. Private First Class Blazewicz was awarded the Purple Heart, the Korean Service Medal, the United Nations Service Medal and the National Defense Service Medal.

Source: ABMC

Source: NARA

 

Nicholas C. Caccese

No photo available

Richmond County, New York

Born 1932

Private First Class, U.S. Army
Killed in Action
Died July 15, 1953 in Korea

Private First Class Caccese was a member of Company K, 180th Infantry Regiment, 45th Infantry Division. He was Killed in Action while fighting the enemy in North Korea on July 15, 1953. Initially, he was initially listed as Missing in Action while fighting the enemy from his outpost near Pau-Gol, North Korea on July 15, 1953. Later his remains were discovered in a shallow grave and identified. Private First Class Caccese was awarded the Purple Heart, the Combat Infantryman's Badge, the Korean Service Medal, the United Nations Service Medal and the National Defense Service Medal.

Source: ABMC

Source: NARA

 

Francis Aloysis Codd

No photo available

Staten Island, New York

Born June 21, 1930

Second Lieutenant, U.S. Army
Killed in Action
Died June 11, 1953 in Korea

Second Lieutenant Codd was a member of Battery B, 39th Field Artillery Battalion, 3rd Infantry Division. On June 11, 1953, his unit was directed to serve as infantry. While leading his unit on an attack of enemy positions near Yangji-ri, North Korea, he was Killed in Action by enemy artillery fire. Second Lieutenant Codd was awarded the Purple Heart, the Korean Service Medal, the United Nations Service Medal and the National Defense Service Medal.

Source: ABMC

Source: NARA

 

Daniel Colello

No photo available

Richmond, New York

Born 1932

Private, U.S. Army
Killed in Action
Died July 9, 1953 in Korea

Private Colello was a member of the 57th Field Artillery Battalion, 7th Infantry Division. He was Killed in Action while fighting the enemy in North Korea on July 9, 1953. Private Colello was awarded the Purple Heart, the Korean Service Medal, the United Nations Service Medal and the National Defense Service Medal.

Source: ABMC

Source: NARA

 

Michael V. Colonnello

No photo available

Richmond, New York

Born 1928

Sergeant, U.S. Army
Died of Wounds
Died October 20 or 21, 1951 in Korea

Sergeant Colonnello was a member of the 21st Infantry Regiment, 24th Infantry Division. He was seriously wounded by the enemy in North Korea on October 20, 1951 and died of those wounds the following day. Sergeant Colonnello was awarded the Purple Heart, the Combat Infantryman's Badge, the Korean Service Medal, the United Nations Service Medal and the National Defense Service Medal.

Source: ABMC

Source: NARA

 

Joseph P. Daniels

No photo available

Richmond, New York

Born 1928

Private, U.S. Army
Killed in Action
Died May 20, 1951 in Korea

Private Daniels was a medic with the Medical Company, 15th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Infantry Division. He was Killed in Action while tending his wounded comrades in South Korea on May 20, 1951. Private Daniels was awarded the Purple Heart, the Combat Infantryman's Badge, the Korean Service Medal, the United Nations Service Medal, the National Defense Service Medal and the Korean War Service Medal.

Source: ABMC

Source: NARA

 

Theodore J. Goerge

No photo available

Richmond, New York

Born 1928

Private First Class, U.S. Army
Killed in Action
Died September 12, 1951 in Korea

Private First Class Goerge was a member of the 27th Infantry Regiment, 25th Infantry Division. He was seriously wounded by the enemy in South Korea on March 24, 1951 and returned to duty on May 28, 1951. He was Killed in Action while fighting the enemy in North Korea on September 12, 1951. Private First Class Goerge was awarded the Purple Heart with Oak Leaf Cluster, the Combat Infantryman's Badge, the Korean Service Medal, the United Nations Service Medal, the National Defense Service Medal and the Korean War Service Medal.

Source: ABMC

Source: NARA

 

Girolamo J. Guerrise

 

No photo available

Richmond, New York

Born 1928

Sergeant First Class, U.S. Army
Killed in Action
Died September 11, 1951 in Korea

Sergeant First Class Guerrise was a member of the 31st Infantry Regiment, 7th Infantry Division. He was Killed in Action while fighting the enemy in North Korea on September 11, 1951. Sergeant First Class Guerrise was awarded the Purple Heart, the Combat Infantryman's Badge, the Korean Service Medal, the United Nations Service Medal, the National Defense Service Medal and the Korean War Service Medal.

Source: ABMC

Source: NARA

 

James C. Hutchins

No photo available

Richmond, New York

Born 1924

First Lieutenant, U.S. Army
Missing in Action - Presumed Dead
Died December 21, 1951 in Korea

First Lieutenant Hutchins was a member of Company F, 9th Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division. He was listed as Missing in Action while fighting the enemy in North Korea on December 21, 1951. He was presumed dead on December 31, 1953. For his leadership and valor, First Lieutenant Hutchins was awarded the Silver Star, the Bronze Star, the Purple Heart, the Combat Infantryman's Badge, the Korean Service Medal, the United Nations Service Medal and the National Defense Service Medal.

Source: ABMC

Source: NARA

John J. Imbert

No photo available

Tottenville, New York

Born July 25, 1933

Private First Class, U.S. Marine Corps
Killed in Action
Died March 30, 1953 in Korea

Private First Class Imbert was a member of the 1st Marine Division. He was Killed in Action while fighting the enemy in Korea on March 30, 1953. Private First Class Imbert was awarded the Purple Heart posthumously.

Source: ABMC

Source: NARA

 

Edward C. Johansen

No photo available

Richmond, New York

Born 1925

Corporal, U.S. Army
Killed in Action
Died June 2, 1951 in Korea

Corporal Johansen was a member of the 32nd Infantry Regiment, 7th Infantry Division. He was Killed in Action while fighting the enemy in North Korea on June 2, 1951. Corporal Johansen was awarded the Purple Heart posthumously.

Source: ABMC

Source: NARA

 

Allan Francis Kivlehan

Staten Island, Richmond County, New York

Born January 4, 1932

Corporal or Private First Class, U.S. Army
Died while Prisoner of War
Died November 3, 1950 in Korea

Corporal Kivlehan was a member of Headquarters Company, 3rd Battalion, 34th Infantry Regiment, 24th Infantry Division. He was ambushed while in a truck convoy one mile south of Taejon, South Korea and captured on July 19, 1950. He was shot on November 3, 1950 while on a death march from Mampo to Chungung. Corporal Kivlehan was awarded the Purple Heart, the Combat Infantryman's Badge, the Prisoner of War Medal, the Korean Service Medal, the United Nations Service Medal and the National Defense Service Medal.

Source: ABMC

Source: NARA

 

Howard H. Knieriem

No photo available

Richmond, New York

Born 1914

Sergeant, U.S. Army
Killed in Action
Died June 27, 1951 in Korea

Sergeant Knieriem was a veteran of World War II. In Korea, he was a member of Company C, 5th Infantry Regimental Combat Team. He was Killed in Action while fighting the enemy near Chup'd-Ryong, North Korea on June 27, 1951. For his leadership and valor, Sergeant Knieriem was awarded the Bronze Star, the Purple Heart, the Combat Infantry Badge with star, the Korean Service Medal, the United Nations Service Medal and the National Defense Service Medal.

Source: ABMC

Source: NARA

 

Sumner J. Kubinak

No photo available

Richmond, New York

Born 1931

Sergeant or Corporal, U.S. Army
Missing in Action - Presumed Dead
Died November 26, 1950 in Korea

Sergeant Kubinak was a member of the 8th Airborne Ranger Company, 187th Airborne Regimental Combat Team. He was listed as Missing in Action while fighting the enemy in North Korea on November 26, 1950. He was presumed dead on December 31, 1953. For his leadership and valor, Sergeant Kubinak was awarded the Bronze Star, the Purple Heart, the Combat Infantryman's Badge, the Korean Service Medal, the United Nations Service Medal and the National Defense Service Medal.

Source: ABMC

Source: NARA

 

Lawrence A. Lane

No photo available

Richmond, New York

Born 1920

Master Sergeant, U.S. Army
Killed in Action
Died August 6, 1950 in Korea

Master Sergeant Lane was a member of Company L, 24th Infantry Regiment, 25th Infantry Division. On August 6, 1950, after leading his platoon during darkness to successfully eliminate enemy pocket of 200 enemy soldiers, he and his men were ambushed. Master Sergeant Lane was mortally wounded.

Source: ABMC

Source: NARA

 

Pellegrino Joseph J. Maffeo

No photo available

Staten Island, New York

Born February 18, 1930

Corporal, U.S. Marine Corps
Killed in Action
Died September 25, 1950 in Korea

Corporal Maffeo was a member of Headquarters and Service Company, 3rd Battalion, 1st Marines, 1st Marine Division. He was Killed in Action while fighting the enemy in Korea on September 25, 1950.

Source: ABMC

Source: NARA

 

Gerald J. Mitten

No photo available

Staten Island, Richmond County, New York

Born 1928

Corporal, U.S. Army
Killed in Action
Died June 11, 1952 in Korea

Corporal Mitten was a member of Company K, 279th Infantry Regiment, 45th Infantry Division. He was Killed in Action while on patrol near Agec, North Korea by small by enemy small arms fire on June 11, 1952.

Source: ABMC

Source: NARA

 

Harry S. Morrison, Jr.

No photo available

Richmond, New York

Born 1925

First Lieutenant, U.S. Army
Killed in Action
Died September 8, 1950 in Korea

First Lieutenant Morrison was a member of the 38th Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division. He was Killed in Action while fighting the enemy in South Korea on September 8, 1950. First Lieutenant Morrison was awarded the Purple Heart, the Combat Infantryman's Badge, the Korean Service Medal, the United Nations Service Medal and the National Defense Service Medal.

Source: ABMC

Source: NARA

 

Charles P. Murphy

No photo available

Richmond, New York

Born 1927

Sergeant, U.S. Army
Killed in Action
Died November 6, 1951 in Korea

Sergeant Murphy was a member of Company A, 7th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Cavalry Division. He was Killed in Action while fighting the enemy in North Korea on November 6, 1951.

Source: ABMC

Source: NARA

 

Paul Pakidis, Jr.

No photo available

Staten Island, Richmond County, New York

Born 1929

Private, U.S. Army
Killed in Action
Died July 29, 1950 in Korea

Private Pakidis was a member of the 34th Infantry Regiment, 24th Infantry Division. He was Killed in Action while establishing new defensive position near Apkong-Ni, South Korea on July 29, 1950.

Source: ABMC

Source: NARA

 

Robert A. Penny

No photo available

Richmond, New York

Born 1932

Private First Class, U.S. Army
Missing in Action - Presumed Dead
Died November 28, 1950 in Korea

Private First Class Penny was a member of the 2nd Engineer Combat Battalion, 2nd Infantry Division. He was listed as Missing in Action while fighting the enemy near Kunu-ri, North Korea on November 28, 1950. He was presumed dead on December 31, 1953. Private First Class Penny was awarded the Purple Heart.

Source: ABMC

Source: NARA

 

John Stanley Saliski

Staten Island, New York

Born November 5, 1931

Private First Class, U.S. Marine Corps
Killed in Action
Died June 2, 1951 in Korea

Private First Class Saliski was a member of Weapons Company, 3rd Battalion, 1st Marines, 1st Marine Division. He was Killed in Action while fighting the enemy in Korea on June 2, 1951. Private First Class Saliski was awarded the Purple Heart, the Korean Service Medal, the United Nations Service Medal and the National Defense Service Medal.

Source: ABMC

Source: NARA

 

Robert W. Shaw

Castleton, New York

Born 1924

First Lieutenant, U.S. Air Force
Non-hostile Air Crash
Died January 3, 1953 in United States

First Lieutenant Shaw was a veteran of World War II. During the Korean War, he was a the navigator of a C-47 transport stationed at Donaldson Air Force Base, South Carolina. On January 3, 1953, his aircraft was on a courier run from Newburgh, New York to Donaldson AFB via Pope AFB, Fayetteville, North Carolina. The aircraft developed engine problem and the pilot tried to make an emergency landing at Crabtree Creek State Park near Raleigh, North Carolina. It ran into dense fog and rain and crashed killing three crew members. First Lieutenant Shaw was awarded the National Defense Service Medal.

Source: ABMC

 

Brian Frederick Sheppard

No photo available

Staten Island, New York

Born July 16, 1927

Private First Class, U.S. Marine Corps
Killed in Action
Died March 2, 1951 in Korea

Private First Class Sheppard was a member of Company H, 3rd Battalion, 1st Marines, 1st Marine Division. He was Killed in Action while fighting the enemy near Hoensong, South Korea during Operation Killer on March 2, 1951. Private First Class Sheppard was awarded the Purple Heart posthumously.

Source: ABMC

Source: NARA

 

Frank Joseph Venditti

No photo available

Staten Island, New York

Born August 9, 1932

Private First Class, U.S. Marine Corps
Killed in Action
Died December 8, 1950 in Korea

Private First Class Venditti was a member of Company I, 3rd Battalion, 7th Marines, 1st Marine Division. He was Killed in Action while fighting the enemy in Korea on December 8, 1950. Private First Class Venditti was awarded the Purple Heart.

Source: ABMC

Source: NARA



Database Info

State-level Lists of Casualties from the Korean Conflict (1951-1957)
State-level Lists of Casualties from the Vietnam Conflict (1957-)


You can access, online, state-level casualty lists for the Korean Conflict, sorted either alphabetically by last name, or sorted by home of record. [Janet's note: This is the entire outside database. You must choose a state. Once you do that, then view all the info ordered either by town/county or by surname. To see Staten Islanders, scroll below.]

You can also access, online, state level casualty lists for the Vietnam Conflict, sorted either alphabetically by last name, or by home of record. [Janet's note: This is the entire outside database. You must choose a state. Once you do that, then view all the info ordered either by town/county or by surname. To see Staten Islanders, scroll below.]

The National Archives and Records Administration has custody of two data files in the Records of the Office of the Secretary of Defense (Record Group 330). They contain records of U.S. military casualties from the Korean and Vietnam conflicts. The records in the Korean Conflict Casualty File are for persons who died as a result of hostilities in Korea, 1950-57, including those who died while missing or captured. The Combat Area Casualties Current File includes final records for persons who died 1957-1995, as a result of either a hostile or nonhostile causes in the Southeast Asia Combat Area, including those who died while missing or captured.

The Center for Electronic Records has prepared state casualty lists by creating extracts from the data files. Each state list incorporates selected data elements for all deceased casualties whose state "home of record," as identified by the serviceman or woman upon last entrance into military service, was that state. "Home of record" does not necessarily refer to the place of birth, residence of next of kin, place of longest residence, or other common uses of the term "hometown." In the Korean data file place of "home of record" for Army casualties is by county, while for Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps casualties, it is by city/town. In the Vietnam-era data file place of "home of record" is city/town for all services.

The state lists include the following data for each casualty: name, rank or grade, branch of service, home of record, date of death, date of birth (Vietnam only), category of casualty. The state lists may be ordered in either of two formats: alphabetically by last name; or, alphabetically by "home of record." The charge for each state list is $4.50, with a minimum charge for mail orders of $10.00. In addition, full printouts or machine-readable tape copies of complete records from these data files are also available for a cost-recovery fee.

If you would like to purchase a paper copy of a state-level casualty list, please contact the Center for Electronic Records. All requests must be prepaid. Checks should be made payable to the National Archives Trust Fund. Please send requests, taking care to specify the type of list(s) needed and the state(s) of interest, along with payment to the Center for Electronic Records, The National Archives at College Park, 8601 Adelphi Road, College Park, MD 20740-6001. You can also contact the Division at: (301) 713-6645, or via E-mail at cer at nara dot gov

Permission

From http://www.archives.gov/research/electronic-records/faqs.html#use:

Do I need special permission to use electronic records from NARA?

Access to federal agency electronic records transferred to NARA is subject to the terms of the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). Information in some electronic records may be withheld in accordance with the exemptions authorized under the FOIA designed to protect national security, individual privacy, law enforcement in investigations, or proprietary interest. Statutory restrictions on electronic records transferred to the National Archives remain in force until the records are 30 years old, unless extended by the Archivist of the United States. The National Archives protects against unwarranted invasion of individual privacy, in general, for 75 years. In some cases where specific records or data elements within electronic records are restricted, the Center may make an extract of the records in a disclosure-free version, also known as a public use file. When it is not possible to create a public use file, NARA regulations permit the release of restricted records under certain conditions defined in the appropriate portion of the Code of Federal Regulations (36 CFR 1256.4).

 

 


Korea, 1950-1957

From National Archives and Records Administration Center for Electronic Records

U.S. MILITARY PERSONNEL WHO DIED FROM HOSTILE ACTION (INCLUDING MISSING AND CAPTURED) IN THE KOREAN WAR, 1950-1957

NameRank/GradeBranch of ServiceHome of RecordDate of CasualtyCategory of Casualty
City/Town/CountyState
ACKERMANNWILLIAMPVTARMYRICHMONDNEW YORK4/16/52KILLED IN ACTION
AHLSTROMERIC L JRPFCARMYRICHMONDNEW YORK6/24/53KILLED IN ACTION
CACCESENICHOLAS CPFCARMYRICHMONDNEW YORK7/15/53KILLED IN ACTION
CODDFRANCIS A2LTARMYRICHMONDNEW YORK11/6/53KILLED IN ACTION
COLELLODANIELPVTARMYRICHMONDNEW YORK9/7/53KILLED IN ACTION
COLONNELLOMICHAELSGTARMYRICHMONDNEW YORK10/20/51DIED OF WOUNDS
DANIELSJOSEPH PPVTARMYRICHMONDNEW YORK5/20/51KILLED IN ACTION
GOERGETHEODORE JPFCARMYRICHMONDNEW YORK9/12/51KILLED IN ACTION
GUERRISEGIROLAMOSFCARMYRICHMONDNEW YORK9/11/51KILLED IN ACTION
HUTCHINSJAMES C1LTARMYRICHMONDNEW YORK12/21/51DIED WHILE MISSING
JOHANSENEDWARD CCPLARMYRICHMONDNEW YORK2/6/51KILLED IN ACTION
KIVLEHANALLAN FPFCARMYRICHMONDNEW YORK7/19/50KILLED IN ACTION
KNIERIEMHOWARD HSGTARMYRICHMONDNEW YORK6/27/51KILLED IN ACTION
KUBINAKSUMNER JCPLARMYRICHMONDNEW YORK11/26/50DIED WHILE MISSING
LANELAWRENCE AMSGTARMYRICHMONDNEW YORK8/6/50KILLED IN ACTION
MAFFEOPELLEGRINO J JRCPLMARINESSTATEN ISLANDNEW YORK9/25/50KILLED IN ACTION
MITTENGERALD JCPLARMYRICHMONDNEW YORK11/6/52KILLED IN ACTION
MORRISONHARRY S1LTARMYRICHMONDNEW YORK9/8/50KILLED IN ACTION
MURPHYCHARLES PSGTARMYRICHMONDNEW YORK11/6/51KILLED IN ACTION
PAKIDISPAUL JRPVTARMYRICHMONDNEW YORK7/29/50KILLED IN ACTION
PENNYROBERT APVTARMYRICHMONDNEW YORK11/28/50DIED WHILE MISSING
SALISKIJOHN STANLEYPFCMARINESSTATEN ISLANDNEW YORK2/6/51KILLED IN ACTION
SHEPPARDBRIAN FREDERICKPFCMARINESSTATEN ISLANDNEW YORK3/2/51KILLED IN ACTION
VENDITTIFRANK JOSEPHPFCMARINESSTATEN ISLANDNEW YORK12/8/50KILLED IN ACTION

NARA's AAD

File Unit Title: Korean Conflict Casualty File, 1/1/1950 - 2/7/1957
Member of: Record Group 330: Records of the Office of the Secretary of Defense; Series: Korean Conflict Casualty File, 11/1976 - 11/1979
Korean War Casualties; Home of record = Richmond, NY
All were male citizens; all died in Korea
All were Caucasian except Lawrence A Lane, who was Negro
Name Casualty Group Service Number Military Grade or Rank Branch Born Date Died or Declared Dead
ACKERMANN, William HOSTILE - Killed 51112347 PVT U S Army, Unknown Branch of Service 1930 4/16/1952
AHLSTROM, Eric L Jr HOSTILE - Killed 51177945 PFC U S Army, Unknown Branch of Service 1932 6/24/1953
CACCESE, Nicholas C HOSTILE - Killed 51206416 PFC U S Army, Unknown Branch of Service 1932 7/15/1953
CODD, Francis A HOSTILE - Killed 1931606 2LT U S Army 1930 6/11/1953
COLELLO, Daniel HOSTILE - Killed 51197845 PVT U S Army, Unknown Branch of Service 1932 7/9/1953
COLONNELLO, Michael HOSTILE - Died of wounds 51068664 SGT U S Army, Unknown Branch of Service 1928 10/20/1951
DANIELS, Joseph P HOSTILE - Killed 12280382 PVT U S Army, Regular (RA, USN, USAF, USMC, USCG) 1928 5/20/1951
GOERGE, Theodore J HOSTILE - Killed 12261638 PFC U S Army, National Guard (ANG, AFNG, NGUS) 1928 9/12/1951
GUERRISE, Girolamo HOSTILE - Killed 51068725 SFC U S Army, Unknown Branch of Service 1928 9/11/1951
HUTCHINS, James C HOSTILE - Died while missing 957462 1LT U S Army 1924 12/21/1951
JOHANSEN, Edward C HOSTILE - Killed 42069339 CPL U S Army, National Guard (ANG, AFNG, NGUS) 1925 6/2/1951
KIVLEHAN, Allan F HOSTILE - Killed 12306876 PFC U S Army, Regular (RA, USN, USAF, USMC, USCG) 1932 7/19/1950
KNIERIEM, Howard H HOSTILE - Killed 32342946 SGT U S Army, Regular (RA, USN, USAF, USMC, USCG) 1914 6/27/1951
KUBINAK, Sumner J HOSTILE - Died while missing 12298594 CPL U S Army, Regular (RA, USN, USAF, USMC, USCG) 1931 11/26/1950
LANE, Lawrence A HOSTILE - Killed 12066181 MSGT U S Army, Regular (RA, USN, USAF, USMC, USCG) 1920 8/6/1950
MITTEN, Gerald J HOSTILE - Killed 51070668 CPL U S Army, Unknown Branch of Service 1928 6/11/1952
MORRISON, Harry S HOSTILE - Killed 1340681 1LT U S Army 1925 9/8/1950
MURPHY, Charles P HOSTILE - Killed 42212050 SGT U S Army, Regular (RA, USN, USAF, USMC, USCG) 1927 11/6/1951
PAKIDIS, Paul Jr HOSTILE - Killed 21916487 PVT U S Army, Regular (RA, USN, USAF, USMC, USCG) 1929 7/29/1950
PENNY, Robert A HOSTILE - Died while missing 14341937 PVT U S Army, Regular (RA, USN, USAF, USMC, USCG) 1932 11/28/1950
HAMBLIN, Robert Warren HOSTILE - Died while missing 12127986 MSGT U S Air Force, National Guard (ANG, AFNG, NGUS) 1923 10/23/1951


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