Died While Serving

Amsinger, Edward J.

Becker, Herman H.

Blakey, Mark D. Jr.

Bloebaum, Benjamin Harrison

Boehmer, Edward W.

Boschert, Ralph Edward

Brunson, Ronald W.

Burris, Benjamin H.

Buse, Oscar Aloysius “Ollie”

Callaway, Kermit J. T.

Cardwell, William Henry

Carter, Christopher James

Collins, Robin Nicole

Connor, Donnie Ray

Crider, Liguori Alphous

Davis, Richard T.

DeRoy, Michael Pressless

Dierker, Allen A.

Eisenbath, Cletus Henry

Ell, Albert Francis

Esparza, Zachary

Finck, Roy W. A.

Fischer, Arthur William

Freeman, Jay Clay

Frye, James Lavern

Fulkerson, Ross Layton

Galloway, Louis

Gilcrease, Floyd H.

Grumke, Carl Lewis

Gutermuth, Arthur H.

Haferkamp, Fritz W.

Herman, William A.

Herzog, Walter Benjamin

Hobbs, Robert Clayton

Hosterman, Roland R.

Howard, Walter

Hudson, Thomas Harold

Huff, Robert L.

Hunter, Michael Ray

Iffrig, Hubert Joseph Jr.

Klaus, Harry R.

Koch, Albert J. Jr.

Luetkemeier, Ben

Lutz, Conrad A.

Maryfield, William Richard

Morgan, George Lee

Moses, Frederic “Nick”

Neumeyer, James Edward

Osner, John Welsh

Peyton, Edward L.

Ross, Dale Ray

Rucker, Eric G.

Samek, Jesse

Schramm, Stephen G.

Schulte, Elroy

Schuttenberg, William Charles

Seeler, Kurt F.

Sexton, Daniel Riley

Smith, Charles F.

Smith, Henry

Smith, Rusten Radford

Stephens, Larry Alan

Stone, Charles H.

Tegethoff, Clem

Tenholder, Alvin J.

Tierney, James R.

Tiglao, Larry S.

Tucker, Arthur Everett

Turpin, Virgil

Walker, Robert

Walker, Robert M.

Weber, John Isadore

Wehde, Gerald Albert

Wessler, Otto August

Williams, Walter

Wilson, Willard B. Jr.

Winkle, Edward J.

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