Honoring Our Heroes

2010-05-30T23:40:00Z Honoring Our HeroesBy The Daily News Longview Daily News
May 30, 2010 11:40 pm  • 

World War I 1914-1918

Army

  • Bair, Tom C. -- Kalama; killed in action, Nov. 1, 1918
  • Barr, Willie M. -- Grays River, April 23, 1919
  • Bendiksen, Bendik -- Cathlamet; killed in action, Sept. 29, 1918
  • Bloyd, Sgt. Harry Ben "Bob" -- Kalama; Signal Corps; died from wounds received in France, July 16, 1918
  • Bradburn, T. Earl, 26 -- Killed in action, Sept. 26, 1918
  • Calabrese, Rocco -- Mount Solo; killed in action, Feb. 5, 1918
  • Catlin, Melvin -- Puget Island
  • Chism, Scott -- Castle Rock; killed in action, Oct. 5, 1918
  • Crumb, Artie G., 28 -- Kelso; 18th Inf. 1st Div.; died from wounds received in action, July 24, 1918
  • Dutcher, Raymond D. -- Kalama; died of pneumonia in U.S., Aug. 4, 1917
  • Eaton, Pvt. George E., 20 -- Toutle; died from wounds received in action, Sept. 29, 1918
  • Forbes, James A., 34 -- Reno, Wash.; killed in action, Sept. 2, 1918
  • Gaddis, Frank L., 26 -- Woodland; killed in action in France, July 18, 1918
  • Grable, Don R., 25 -- Ilwaco; killed in action at Battle of Argonne, Sept. 26, 1918
  • Jacobs, Leonard F., 20 -- Kalama; died of septicemia in Texas, July 2, 1918
  • Johnson, Henry J. -- Deep River; died of wounds, Oct. 8, 1918
  • Kalahan, Pvt. Walter, 23 -- Reno, Wash.; Company K, 44th Inf.; died of pneumonia in U.S., June 26, 1918
  • Leonard Pvt. Elmer O., 28 -- Castle Rock; died from wounds received in action, Oct. 17, 1918
  • Martin, Sgt. Thomas F. -- Castle Rock; influenza and pneumonia in France, Feb. 1, 1919
  • Master, Sgt. Fern M., 26 -- Kelso; pneumonia at Fort Leavenworth, Kan., Oct. 26, 1918
  • Merrill, Harlan R., 22 -- Castle Rock; influenza at Fort Warden, Wash., Oct. 23, 1918
  • Moe, McKinley -- Cathlamet; killed in action, Oct. 9, 1918
  • Morris, Abraham Link -- Kalama; 20th Engineers; killed in action in France, Aug. 6, 1918
  • Murray, Harlan - Skamokawa
  • Olmstead, Martin A. -- Cathlamet
  • Perras, Ernest W. -- Castle Rock; killed in action, July 21, 1918
  • Randall, Archie A., 31 -- Carrolls; died of pneumonia in U.S., Jan. 20, 1918
  • Rathbun, Guy S., 23 -- Kelso; killed in action in France, Oct. 1, 1918
  • Rosin, Albert, 25 -- Castle Rock; died from blood clot on brain in France, Oct. 12, 1918
  • Rube, Fred, 31 -- Kelso; died in France, Aug. 14, 1918
  • Simonsen, Simon -- Puget Island
  • Smyth, Thomas -- Cathlamet; died of wounds, Oct. 9, 1918
  • Springer, Oliver -- Kelso; killed in action 1918
  • Sugars, Richard -- Castle Rock; killed in action, July 18, 1918
  • Van Fleet, Cpl. Lester -- Kelso; died of pneumonia in Alaska; Nov. 16, 1918
  • Vog, Holden -- Puget Island
  • Wells, Alfred Earl -- Woodland; died of influenza in U.S., Oct. 30, 1918
  • West, Albert -- Cathlamet; Sept. 12, 1918

Navy

  • Stark, Harry -- Stella; died in Norfolk, Va., Dec. 3, 1917
  • West, Andrew B. -- Rainier, MIA aboard USS Cyclops, March 1918
  • West, James A. -- Rainier; MIA aboard USS Cyclops, March 1918

Unknown branch

  • Hill, Werner John -- Naselle
  • Niemi, Hendrick William -- Naselle

WWII 1939-1945

Army

  • Alexander, Pvt. Robert W. -- Castle Rock; infantry; killed in action in Germany, December 1944
  • Ames, Pvt. Edwin R. "Jack" -- Kelso; paratrooper; died of wounds in POW camp, Feb. 22, 1945; buried in June 1950
  • Anderson, Pvt. Harold L. -- Noncombat death
  • Audinet, Tech. 5 Clifford E., 26 -- Kelso; killed in action in Italy, April 26, 1945
  • Axford, Pvt. Robert O., 21 -- Longview; mechanized cavalry recon.; died of wounds in Germany, April 13, 1945
  • Barnes, Rex -- Long Beach
  • Batchelor, Pvt. William John -- Toledo; infantry; killed in action in Germany, March 26, 1945
  • Beebe, Cpl. Elmer -- Woodland; killed in action in Belgium, Oct. 1, 1944
  • Benscotter, Pvt. James W. -- Killed in action
  • Berg, Pvt. Albert E., 24 -- Longview; killed in accident in San Francisco, Feb. 1, 1942
  • Bowman, Joseph -- Castle Rock; paratrooper; lost in Sicily, August 1943
  • Boylan, George Lewis -- Cathlamet; died in Portland hospital, March 18,1945
  • Brecke, Pfc. Norman F. -- Clatskanie; paratrooper; killed in action on Leyte, Dec. 22, 1944
  • Buoy, Tech. 5 Charles D. -- Kelso; killed in action on Corregidor, May 5, 1942
  • Burke, Cpl. Robert William, 26 -- Kalama; field artillery; killed in action in Italy, Oct. 1, 1943
  • Cannon, Pfc. Richard -- Winlock; killed in action in the European theater, 1945
  • Carlton, Cpl. David D., 29 -- Downing; paratrooper; killed in action on Luzon, Feb. 4, 1945
  • Chambers, Pfc. Jack J. -- Kelso; killed in action on Luzon, May 17, 1945
  • Charnell, Pvt. Marvin A. -- Kelso; paratrooper; killed in action, Belgium, Jan. 7, 1945
  • Chatterton, Pfc. John N. -- Ostrander; killed in action in Germany, April 27, 1945
  • Chilcoat, Pvt. Harold R. -- Woodland; missing in action in Philippines, 1942
  • Chinn, Lt. Col. Willard E., 53 -- Kelso; executive officer at Presidio; died after illness in San Francisco, June 9, 1943
  • Clark, Pvt. Rodman F., 26 -- Kelso; killed in action in Italy, June 1944
  • Cole, Sgt. Roy K. -- Kelso; killed in action in the Mediterranean area, November 1943
  • Collins, Pfc. Harold -- Kelso; died of wounds received on Luzon, May 23, 1945
  • Cone, Pvt. Jack Gordon, 21 -- Longview; died of food poisoning at Lubbock Field, Texas, July 19, 1944
  • Cottonware, Pfc. Louis E., 25 -- Vader; killed in action in Italy, Jan. 30, 1944
  • Cox, Pvt. Glenn E. -- Killed in action
  • Dahlman, Pvt. Willard E. -- Killed in action on Okinawa, May 10, 1945
  • Davidson, Pfc. James Orville, 29 -- Longview; killed in action on Iwo Jima, March 19, 1945
  • DeCraene, 1st Lt. Charles L., 31 -- Longview; armored unit; killed in action in France, Sept. 12, 1944
  • Demaris, Pvt. Richard C. -- Noncombat death
  • Dillie, Glenn Eaton, 37 -- Kelso; MP at Fort Lewis; killed by an auto while on duty at the Boeing plant in Seattle, Oct. 4, 1942
  • Dreier, Staff Sgt. Paul M. -- Longview; killed in Germany, Dec. 9, 1944
  • Duncan, Cpl. David H. -- Longview; killed in action in Germany, March 11, 1945
  • Eggimann, Pfc. Alvin G., 37 -- Silver Lake; died of wounds received in landing on Camote, Philippines, Jan. 24, 1945
  • Ellis, Pvt. Robert H. (aka Bob Oudeans) -- Kelso; medical battalion; died in Battle of Attu, May 29, 1943
  • Emerson, Cpl. Harold W., 21 -- Longview; killed in action in Leshima, April 21, 1945
  • Erickson, Pfc. Glenn V., 21 -- Longview; paratrooper; killed in action, Holland, Sept. 22, 1944
  • Erickson, Staff Sgt. Rudolph M., 23 -- Clatskanie; killed in action in Italy, May 28, 1944
  • Gaze, Pfc. Richard W., 20, -- Castle Rock; POW liberated April 2, 1945, but died of malnutrition and pneumonia, April 5, 1945
  • Gorman, Pvt. Roy "Mike," 22 -- Cathlamet; infantry; killed on Mindanao, June 18, 1945
  • Gowin, Staff Sgt. Arthur -- Winlock; killed in action in France, July 30, 1944
  • Gray, Pfc. Alvan P., 20 -- Kelso; infantry; killed in action in Germany, Dec. 1, 1944
  • Gray, Robert Burley -- Ilwaco; Company B 542 2nd Engineers; killed in action in New Guinea
  • Grewer, Lt. Florence -- Longview; nurse; killed in kamikaze attack of hospital ship USS Comfort, south of Okinawa, April 28, 1945
  • Grondo, Sgt. George Albert -- Vader; killed in action in France, Oct. 31, 1944
  • Guier, Pvt. Claude -- Castle Rock; killed in Philippines, May 1942
  • Gustafson, Capt. Eugene R. -- Clatskanie; killed in action in France, Oct. 28, 1944
  • Hansen, Pvt. Claude Harold, 33 -- Kelso; combat engineers battalion; died at Camp Van Dorn, Miss., Sept. 8, 1944
  • Hanson, Cpl. Robert J. "Bob" -- Kelso; killed in action in Germany, April 9, 1945
  • Harkcom, Pfc. Lee -- Kelso; killed in action in Corregidor, Philippines, 1942
  • Hatton, Pfc. Alvin Ralph, 24 -- Kelso; coast artillery; POW May 1942, lost in sinking of Japanese prisoner ship, Dec. 15, 1944
  • Higgins, Tech. Sgt. Bob E., 23 -- Longview; infantry; killed in action in Luxembourg, Dec. 7, 1944
  • Hill, Clyde C., 32 -- Toledo; died in North Africa, March 28, 1943, buried 1948
  • Hill, Pvt. Wilfred John, 22 -- Clatskanie; died of a gunshot wound at Camp Polk, La., June 10, 1944
  • Holcomb, Staff Sgt. Rupert Ray "Ray" Jr., 22 -- Ostrander; infantry; killed in action in Italy, July 10, 1944
  • Howard, Pvt. Earl, 20 -- Ilwaco; infantry; killed in action in Manila, May 20, 1942
  • Howe, Staff Sgt. Grant M. -- Longview; killed in action in France, June 24, 1944
  • Iaeger, Pvt. William S. -- Rainier; died in Japanese prison camp, June 16, 1943
  • Jackson, Cpl. William Grady, 32 -- Rainier; infantry; killed in action in Normandy, July 23, 1944
  • Jensen, Master Sgt. Peter W. -- Longview; amphibious engineers; killed in action on Leyte, Oct. 26, 1944
  • John, Pfc. Andrew Martin -- Winlock; infantry; killed in action on Leyte, Dec. 20, 1944
  • Johnson, Pvt. Arvid Leonard, 19 -- Longview; died (noncombat) at Fort Ord Army Hospital, May 29, 1945
  • Johnson, Cpl. Peter C. -- Longview; killed in action in Italy, Oct. 8, 1943
  • Johnson, Pfc. Billy E. -- Longview; killed in the Mediterranean area, Jan. 1945
  • Johnson, Staff Sgt. Milton W. -- Clatskanie; armed infantry; killed in action in Belgium, Jan. 5, 1945
  • Jones, Irving -- Clatskanie; paratrooper; killed in France, June 8, 1944
  • Karikko, Ray -- Ilwaco
  • Keller, Pvt. J. Brennon -- Longview; killed in action in Dutch New Guinea May 9, 1945
  • Kemp, Pfc. Walter William, 21 -- Vader; military policeman; died in California vehicle accident, Nov. 17, 1942
  • King, Harold R.
  • Kunkle, Bruce
  • Lange, Pvt. Jere H. -- Longview; photo maintenance squadron; lost in sinking of transport in Mediterranean, May 1, 1944
  • Lannigan, Staff Sgt. Cecil M. -- Longview; photographer; killed in action in Italy, Jan. 22, 1944
  • Layman, Pfc. Gerorge A. -- Died nonbattle
  • Leabo, Tech. 5 Herschel W. "Kelly," 31 -- Longview; tank battalion; killed in action in German, Jan. 31, 1945
  • LeSollen, Pfc. Joseph A. -- Rainier; infantry; killed in action on Luzon, Jan. 25, 1945
  • Lillard, 2nd. Lt. Harry A. -- Woodland; killed in action in Philippines
  • Linwood, Staff Sgt. John Allen, 20 -- Cowlitz Prairie; died of wounds received in action in France, Aug. 11, 1944, buried 1948
  • Long, Pvt. Arthur T. -- Rosburg; infantry; killed in action in Germany, Nov. 30, 1944
  • Long, Arthur -- Naselle
  • Lousignot, Pfc. Vernon -- Birkenfeld; infantry; killed in invasion of Sicily, September 1943
  • Lyons, Pfc. Richard L., 26 -- Kelso; killed in action in Italy July 1944
  • Mackey, Lt. James Earl -- Clatskanie; prisoner of war in Philippines, lost in sinking of Japanese prisoner ship, Dec. 7, 1944
  • Madison, Pvt. Raymond A. -- Longview; infantry; killed in action in Germany, Dec. 12, 1944
  • Martin, Cpl. Hollis A., 36 -- Longview; killed in prisoner transport sinking in Philippines, Oct. 24, 1944
  • Mattila, Sgt. Elmer, 29 -- Woodland; paratrooper; died from wounds in hospital in Italy, May 29, 1944
  • May, Pfc. Michael F. "Mike," 19 -- Ryderwood; infantry; killed in action on Okinawa, April 9, 1945
  • Mayeda, Sgt. George M., 30 -- Longview/Kelso; killed in action in France, Oct. 15, 1944
  • McAllister, Staff Sgt. Donald A. -- Longview; died of malaria, Jan. 26, 1946
  • McKinney, Staff Sgt. Richard -- Clatskanie; killed in action in Po Valley in Italy, October 1944
  • Melton, Pfc. Ruben A. -- Castle Rock; infantry; killed in action in Northeastern France, Feb.5, 1945
  • Mervyn, Lt. Robert D. -- Clatskanie; infantry; killed in action in Germany, Nov. 20, 1944
  • Mikkola, Delmar -- Woodland; noncombat death
  • Miller, Pvt. Claude Marvin, 25, -- Ariel; 3rd Inf. Division; killed in Battle of the Bulge, Feb. 5, 1945
  • Modin, Pfc. Walter E. -- Woodland; killed in action in Marshall Islands Invasion, Feb. 13, 1944
  • Moe, Pvt. Alva H. Jr. "Sonny" -- Woodland; killed in action on Luzon, June 4, 1945
  • Mooers, Tech. Sgt. Fred -- Winlock; killed in action in Germany, Sept. 18, 1944
  • Mooney, Pfc. Virgil T., 37 -- 255th Inf.; killed in action in Germany, April 14, 1945, buried 1949
  • Morris, Staff. Sgt. Wayne E. -- Killed in action
  • Munyon, Pvt. Kenneth Ross, 25 -- Castle Rock; died of wounds received on Okinawa, May 31, 1945
  • Mustoe, Staff. Sgt. Cecil G. "Brownie," 29 -- Ryderwood; paratrooper; MIA in Holland, Sept. 18, 1944
  • Myers, Pfc. Fred -- Longview; killed in action on Luzon, March 14, 1945
  • Newberg, Al -- Westport, Ore; killed in Belgium, Jan. 1945
  • Nort, Tech. 5 Elroy A. "Cube" -- Ilwaco; killed in action in Battle of the Bulge, 1945
  • Patana, Tech. 4 Tolvo W. "John" -- Killed in action in Battle of the Bulge, 1945
  • Pflieger, Pvt. Raphael J. -- Died nonbattle
  • Philbrook, Pfc. William Joseph, 28 -- Longview; killed on Guam, July 3, 1945
  • Phillips, Pfc. Floyd Samuel, 20 -- Castle Rock; 1st Cavalry 8th Division; killed in action on Luzon, April 21, 1945
  • Phillips, Pfc. Lloyd Simon, 20 -- Castle Rock; 1st Cavalry 8th Division; killed in action near Manila, Feb. 25, 1945
  • Pike, Tech. Sgt. Robert F. -- Longview; Killed in North Africa, June 1943
  • Pittman, Pvt. Edward H., 32 -- Castle Rock; killed in action by sniper in France, Oct. 1, 1944
  • Potter, Clarence W. -- Castle Rock; killed in action in Italy, Sept. 22, 1943
  • Potts, 1st Lt. Thomas Ralph (aka Richard Fiske), 28 -- Longview; killed in action in France, Aug. 10, 1944
  • Power, Lt. Merle -- Longview; armored infantry; killed in action in Germany, Dec. 11, 1944
  • Pryor, Pfc. Edward E., 21 -- Longview; infantry; killed in action in France, July 13, 1944
  • Quigley, Pfc. George H., 28 -- Kalama; killed in action on Bougainvile Island, March 20, 1944
  • Randa, Sgt. Carl -- Clatskanie; infantry; killed in action in Germany, March 30, 1945
  • Reeves, Pvt. Lester William -- Westport, Ore.; killed in action while on secret mission at Myitkyina, Burma, July 12, 1944
  • Rice, Master Tech. Sgt. Carl -- Toledo; died in Pacific war zone, Feb. 1943
  • Rosebaum, Pvt. Ralph R. -- Killed in action on Luzon, July 26, 1945
  • Rucker, Staff Sgt. Robert E. -- Rainier; died of wounds received on Luzon, March 30, 1945
  • Sauvageau, Pfc. Dorick J. -- Killed in action
  • Schadegg. Lt. Louis -- Medical paratrooper; killed in action in Holland, Oct. 29, 1944
  • Sickles, Pfc. Louie "Lee," 29 -- Winlock; infantry; killed in Normandy, France, July 1944; buried in 1947.
  • Sisson, 2nd Lt. Clifford L. -- Toledo; missing in action over Mindanao, March 2, 1945
  • Skinner. 1st Lt. Alfred A. "Skip," 24 -- Longview; bombardier-navigator; killed in action over the Bonin Islands, Saipan, Oct. 1, 1944
  • Sommer, Edwin J. -- Toledo; died of wounds in South Pacific action, July 25, 1943
  • Sorenson, Joel -- Downing; killed in action in Alsace, Jan. 3, 1945
  • Spackman, Pfc. Earl C. -- Kelso; infantry; died of wounds received on Polillo Island, Nov. 23, 1944
  • Spriggs, Glen -- Long Beach
  • Stenerson, Cpl. Harry C. -- Clatskanie; tank battalion; killed in action in Belgium, Jan. 14, 1945
  • Stevens, Pvt. Oscar M. -- killed in action
  • Streich, Pvt. Warner "Hop" -- Kelso; infantry; killed in action in Philippines, Dec. 10, 1944
  • Sundahl, Tech. Sgt. George A. -- Toledo; killed in action in Mediterranean area, July 1944
  • Swanson, Pfc. Lloyd C., 28 -- Longview; died nonbattle in Fitzsimmons General Hospital in Denver, Colo., Jan. 18, 1945
  • Takemato, Sgt. Tom -- Clatskanie; killed in action in Italy, 1944
  • Thornsbury, Sgt. Howard D., 38 -- Longview; infantry; killed in action in Cherburg, France; July 16, 1944
  • Tully, Pfc. Charles C., 23 -- Kelso; infantry; killed in action in Italy, Feb. 15, 1944
  • Turner, Lt. Donald F., 22 -- Woodland; tank corps; killed in action, presumably during the invasion of Normandy, June 6, 1944
  • Warnock, Pfc. Wilbur A. Jr. -- Castle Rock; killed in action in Germany, Dec. 1, 1944
  • Weiszhaar, Pvt. John Jr. -- killed in action
  • Whiting, Tech. Sgt. Robert Kenneth -- Longview; tank corps; killed in action in Germany, April 16, 1945
  • Wilheilm, Staff Sgt. Archie B. -- Kalama; airplane mechanic; killed in invasion of France, June 1944
  • Wilkins, Pfc. Donald Edward Jr., 19 -- Castle Rock; infantry; killed in action in New Guinea, Aug. 3, 1944
  • Wisbey, Cpl. Lloyd -- Winlock, killed in explosion at Stockton Field, Calif., June 3, 1942
  • Woodham, 2nd Lt. Howard, 36 -- Seaview; engineer; Battalion B; POW, died in sinking of transport ship, 1944
  • Zimmerman, Cp. Rhinehart LeeRoy -- Rainier; killed in action in Luxembourg, Jan. 1, 1945

Army Air Force

  • Alberty, 2nd Lt. Walter F., 31 -- Toutle, pilot; killed in action in France, June 17, 1944
  • Ball, Sgt. Phillip M. -- Clatskanie; gunner on flying fortress; killed in action in Germany, Jan. 11, 1944
  • Bearg, Tech. Sgt. Gerald Z., 25 -- Longview; killed in midair bomber explosion near Sacramento, Jan. 2, 1944
  • Bjornsgard, 2nd Lt. Calvin -- Skamokawa; lost over Germany, July 1943
  • Blair, 1st Lt. Charles E. "Bob" -- Longview; test pilot; killed in P-39 crash at Paine Field in Everett, Aug. 21, 1944
  • Bond, Staff Sgt. Ora Earl -- Longview; gunner on bomber; MIA over Italy, Dec. 27, 1944
  • Boysen, Tech Sgt. Paul H. -- Rainier; flying fortress aerial gunner; based in Italy, MIA May 1944, declared dead May 1945
  • Carlson, 2nd Lt. Arnold J. -- Winlock; bomber pilot; killed in action over Germany, April 1943
  • Chambers, Walter Pierce, 21 -- Kelso; flight officer; killed in action over Philippines, Jan. 10, 1945
  • Cook, Sgt. Patrick H. -- Longview; killed in action over England, May 8, 1944
  • Deal, Leo, 21 -- Longview, flight officer; killed in P-38 crash off Santa Rosa, Calif., June 8, 1944
  • Erickson, Tech. Sgt. John Erling, 24 -- Clatskanie; B-25 bomber radio operator; lost in plane crash over English Channel, June 6, 1944.
  • Erickson, Staff Sgt. Harold W., 21 -- Clatskanie; B-24 ball turret gunner; killed in action, June 6, 1944.
  • Ethel, 1st Lt. Lyle C., 34 -- Kelso; cargo plane pilot; killed in action in the India-China theater, February 1945
  • Fowler, Tech. Sgt. Lloyd Dawson -- Longview; engineer gunner; Aug. 1, 1943
  • Frampton, Capt. Keith -- Longview; B-24 bomber pilot; killed after parachuting from plane in Battle of Bougainville, November 1943
  • Goldman, Sgt. Paul -- Winlock; died of illness contracted in Italy, January 1944
  • Goldsmith, Sgt. Richard, 24 -- Kelso; aerial gunner; killed in action, Italy, March 19, 1944
  • Gotthardt, Capt. Richard J. -- Longview; B-17 pilot; killed in action, Germany, March 22, 1944
  • Grier, 2nd Lt. William Spencer, 20 -- Knappton; B-17 co-pilot; shot down over North Sea, Sept. 23, 1943
  • Groskopf, Sgt. Merlin "Bud" -- Clatskanie; tail gunner on Liberator bomber; MIA over Stuttgart, German, July 21, 1944
  • Hand, 2nd Lt. Robert D. Jr. -- Longview; bomber pilot; MIA, believe over Solomon Islands, Sept. 5, 1942
  • Hobert, Capt. Robert D. -- Woodland; fighter pilot; killed in accident over England, April 6, 1944
  • Holden, 2nd Lt. Robert E., 27 -- Longview; P-38 pilot; MIA over France, Aug. 1, 1944; declared dead 1945, buried 1949
  • Hora, Robert A. -- Wahkiakum County; killed in action
  • Johnson, Joel M. -- Deep River; killed in action in European theater
  • Koski, Tech. 5 Clifford N., 23 -- Kelso; POW May 7, 1942, died of Malaria in Japanese prison camp, May 8, 1944
  • Kreutz, 1st. Lt. Al W. -- Longview, bombardier-navigator B-25; killed in action over Italy, April 17, 1944
  • LaBerge, 2nd Lt. Edward J., 20 -- Kelso; killed in Florida accident, Oct. 23, 1943
  • Lamb, Staff Sgt. Harry E., 23 -- Rainier; B-25 armorer-gunner; killed in action in New Guinea, June 8, 1944
  • Lundstrom, Pvt. Carl Bert, 31 -- Longview; radio technician; killed in auto accident at Camp Phillips, Salina, Kan., May 3, 1943.
  • Lutz, Cpl. Harold L. -- Woodland; photo topography, map maker; lost in sinking of transport in Mediterranean, April 20, 1944
  • MacDonald, Capt. Allan M., 23 -- Longview; killed in action over New Guinea, July 9, 1943
  • Makinster, Lt. Chester D., 25 -- Kelso; bomber pilot; killed in action over France, March 29, 1944.
  • McDonald, Sgt. Robert Henry, 24 -- Rose Valley; gunner on bomber; lost over Germany, Aug. 17, 1943, buried 1949
  • Nielson, Pvt. Paul -- Puget Island; killed in action in Belgium, January 1945
  • Norland, Staff Sgt. Carl E. "Eddie," 24 -- Longview; gunner; killed in action over Europe, Aug. 23, 1944
  • Olleson, 2nd. Lt. Erik (aka Mel Olson), 26 -- Longview; pilot; killed in California accident, Jan. 7, 1943
  • Palmer, 1st Lt. Marvin -- Longview; bombardier; killed in action in India, April 1943
  • Petty, Sgt. E. E. -- Longview; died of heart attack at airbase in Douglas, Ariz., Aug. 6, 1944
  • Phelps, 2nd Lt. George H., 25 -- Long Beach; B-24 bombardier; shot down over the Ploesti Oil Fields in Rumania, May 5, 1944
  • Reijonen, Sgt. Osmo H., 32 -- Woodland; died in Army hospital in Amarillo, Texas, July 6, 1943
  • Reilly, Tech. 4 George Edward -- Longview; engineer; died of wounds while based in England, December 1943
  • Robbins, 2nd Lt. Donald D., 29 -- Woodland; POW spring 1942, lost in sinking of Japanese prisoner ship, Oct. 24, 1944
  • Schiffhauer, Pfc. Dwight C., 22 -- Woodland, aviation mechanic; killed in accident at Gardner Field in Taft, Calif., July 5, 1944.
  • Secord, 1st. Lt. George W., 24 -- Kelso; died in an airplane accident in Alaska, March 25, 1944
  • Soffe, 1st. Lt. Jack H., 21 -- Kelso; died in plane crash in Louisiana, May 26, 1945
  • Stewart, Alexander W. -- Longview; co-pilot of flying fortress; killed in action Oct. 9, 1943
  • Stilts, Flight Ofr. Jack M., 29 -- Woodland; died in plane crash over Hawaiian Islands, Nov. 2, 1944
  • Strauser, Staff Sgt. W. Earl "Speed" -- Kelso; radioman and gunner; killed in action in South Pacific, July 1942
  • Westrum, 2nd. Lt. Arthur N., 26 -- Kelso; bomber pilot; killed in action over Attleborough, England, Feb. 9, 1944
  • Wood, Lambert -- Seaview; test pilot; killed in Arizona
  • Yenne, Tech. Sgt. James W. -- Woodland; radioman; killed in action in Sicily, July 14, 1943

Canadian Service

  • Stratton, Clarence -- Woodland; lost in North Atlantic

Coast Guard

  • Pringle, Walter L. -- Kelso; Coast Geotetic Survey; killed in Auichice, Alaska, Sept. 3, 1945

Marine Air Corps

  • Burns, Lt. Howard -- Wauna; fighter pilot; killed in action in South Pacific, July 1944
  • Cottrell, 2nd Lt. Marion -- Kalama; drowned following air accident off California Coast, Oct. 30, 1943
  • Cunnningham, Major James W. -- Winlock; pilot; killed in plane crash in area of Marianas Islands, Feb. 27, 1945

Marines

  • Allnutt, Pvt. Leonard J. Jr., 19 -- Kelso; killed in action on Iwo Jima, March 10, 1945
  • Eret, Pfc. John E., 22 -- Longview; killed in action in Battle of Saipan, June 17, 1944
  • Gilles, Lt. P. F. "Fred" -- Kelso; died of wounds received in Battle of the Solomons, December 1943
  • Hefley, Pfc. Glendale, 19 -- buried 1947
  • Hoskin, Pfc. Donald Floyd -- Silver Lake; Killed in action at Tarawa, Nov. 20, 1943
  • Klemme, Sgt. Floyd A., 27 -- Kelso; killed in action on Iwo Jima, March 3, 1945
  • Klemme, Pfc. Howard, 22 -- Kelso; killed in action on Iwo Jima, Feb. 22, 1945
  • Krieger, Sgt. Major Edgar C. -- Kelso
  • Maul, Pvt. Francis W. -- Kelso
  • McDonald, Sgt. Kenneth G., 21 -- Longview; killed in the Pacific, April 17, 1945
  • Rice, Pfc. William E. Jr. -- Rainier; died of wounds received in action in South Pacific, November 1943
  • Roberts, Pfc. Francis E. "Frank," 22 -- Kelso; killed in action in Guam, July 27, 1944
  • Russell, Jerry -- Clatskanie; 2nd Marine Division; MIA in South Pacific during island invasion, August 1944
  • Sloat, 1st Lt. Richard -- Kelso; tank corps; killed on Saipan, July 1944
  • Strowbridge, Marine Pvt. Clarence J., 26 -- Longview; killed in action on Okinawa, June 18, 1945

Merchant Marines

  • Evans, Charles -- died after Edward B. Dudley torpedoed by U boat in Atlantic Ocean, April 11, 1943
  • Garlock, Robert -- Castle Rock; radio operator; died in sinking of transport ship Massmar off northwest coast of Iceland, July 5, 1942
  • Smith, Marvin D. -- able-bodied seaman; died after West Ivis torpedoed by U boat off eastern U.S. coast, Jan. 26, 1942

Navy

  • Anderson, Howard -- Winlock; killed in action during landing operations on Saipan, 1944
  • Artley, QM 2C Daryle Edward, 21 -- Woodland; died on USS Oklahoma at Pearl Harbor, Dec. 7, 1941
  • Bailey, Pharm. Mate 2C John Dale, 19 -- Kelso; killed in action on Iwo Jima, February 1945
  • Barr, William -- Rainier; died of pneumonia while attending radio school at Farraqut, Aug. 5, 1944
  • Bauserman, SC 2c Owen -- Rainier; served aboard the USS Selfridge, died at sea Oct. 6, 1943 near Vela La Vela.
  • Bell, Seaman 2C William Earl -- Castle Rock
  • Bergly, Aviation metalsmith 3C Kenneth B. -- Longview
  • Bratcres, Ensign Charles R., 21 -- Castle Rock; pilot killed in action over Leyte, Oct. 27, 1944
  • Case, Chief Torpedoman Mate Robert Fulton -- Castle Rock
  • Cochran, Lloyd Nelson
  • Daggy, Machinist Mate 3C Waite Hoyt, 21 -- Longview; missing in action aboard submarine USS Flier in the South China Sea, September 1944; sub located 2010.
  • Davis, Trooper -- Chinook
  • Denning, Machinist Mate 2C John Arthur, 22 -- Longview; killed in sinking of destroyer Meredith during Normandy Invasion, June 8, 1944
  • Diamond, Fireman 1C Calvin -- Longview; killed in action in Philippines, April 1945
  • Dick, Musician 2C Francis Edward, 20 -- Woodland; killed on USS Oklahoma at Pearl Harbor, Dec. 7, 1941
  • Duff, Coxwain Elmore Earl -- Longview; killed in action in West Indies
  • Earhart, Seaman 1C Robert Edward -- Delena, Ore.; submarine service; November 1943.
  • Gaudette, Seaman 1C William Frank "Bill," 21 -- Longview; killed on USS Arizona at Pearl Harbor, Dec. 7, 1941
  • Gilles, Seaman 1C John Lawrence "Jack," 19 -- Kelso; lost in sinking of USS Hoel DD533, Battle off Samar (Leyte Gulf), Oct. 25, 1944
  • Guthrie, Radioman Ralph A. -- Skamokawa; lost in anti-submarine patrol flight, Aug. 3, 1943; declared dead Aug. 4, 1944
  • Hall, Radioman Bridgeman George -- Winlock; died in the Philippines, August 1942
  • Hasbrook, Aviation Ord. 1C Howard Stanley -- Kelso; killed in plane crash, 1944
  • Hill, Seaman 1C Lawrence L. -- Rainier; April 14, 1945
  • Holsey, Morris E., 35 -- Ilwaco; died May 13, 1945, after a kamikaze attack on the destroyer, USS Bache DD470
  • Howe, Seaman 2C Robert L. -- Longview; lost in sinking of USS Wasp in South Pacific, Sept. 14, 1942
  • Hoyer, Ensign Glenn Allan -- Castle Rock; pilot; plane went down over South Pacific, April 8, 1942
  • Isenberg, Aviation Machinist Mate 2C Marshall E. -- Kelso; killed in airplane crash in San Diego, Feb. 17, 1944
  • Johnson, Chief Boatswain Mate Floyd, 39 -- Castle Rock; died in Portland (heart attack) Dec. 25, 1944
  • Jones, Charles Walter -- Toledo; died in Pacific after operation, May 5, 1943
  • Jordan, Seaman 2C Peter Frank "Pete," 21 -- Longview; killed in Battle of Cape Esperence aboard USS Boise, Oct. 11, 1942
  • Kronberg, Robert Paul Jr. -- died in a Tennessee hospital from spinal meningitis, April 1, 1945
  • Laughlin, Boatswains Mate 2C Fred D. -- Vader; died in a California hospital of injuries received in an auto accident, May 11, 1944
  • Londo, Fireman 2C Joseph Lewis -- Kelso; MIA in South Pacific, May 1942
  • Major, Seaman 1C Leroy Martin "Sonny," 25 -- Kelso; Amphibious Corps; killed in action in Okinawa, April 19, 1945
  • Makelbust, Boatswain 2C George -- Longview; lost in Gilbert Islands landing aboard USS Liscombe Bay, Nov. 24, 1943
  • Markshausen, Fire Controllman 3C Robert T., 24 -- Kelso; killed in action in South Pacific, October 1944
  • McDonald, Jack, 23 -- Rainier; died of malaria at Mare Island Naval Hospital, January 1944
  • Millard, Orrie -- Ilwaco
  • Miller, Frank Leon -- Cathlamet; died of wounds received in action on destroyer on Okinawa, July 30, 1945
  • Nelson, Seaman 2C Leslie -- Longview
  • Nielsen, Clifford Oscar, 18 -- Cathlamet; stationed aboard USS Gwenn, July 1943
  • O'Brien, Seaman 1C Clifford -- Longview; killed in South Pacific, January 1944
  • O'Brien, Aviation Machinists Mate 1C William G. -- Skamokawa; killed in plane crash in Long Island Sound, August 1943
  • Parrish, Ensign Frank R. -- Kelso; died following operation in Utah hospital; Jan. 19, 1944
  • Peterson, Lt. Samuel Christian, 22 -- Rose Valley; pilot and navigator; killed in action in South Pacific, April 19, 1944
  • Phipps, Seaman 2C James Norman, 24 -- Longview; killed aboard USS Oklahoma at Pearl Harbor, Dec. 7, 1941
  • Poe, Seaman 1C Clinton L., 18 -- Kelso; MIA in South Pacific aboard a destroyer, December 1944
  • Ray, Aviation radioman 3C Glen Edward, 22 -- Kelso; plane failed to return from patrol flight over Aleutian Islands, June 3, 1942
  • Richter, Machinist 1C Leanord Cleaver, 22 -- Longview; killed aboard the USS West Virginia at Pearl Harbor, Dec. 7, 1941
  • Riiff, Seaman 1C Woodrow Arthur, 32 -- Longview; missing, presumed lost in ammunition ship explosion at Port Chicago, Calif., July 17, 1944
  • Robinson, Aviation ordnance 2C Arthur Edward, 22 -- Kelso; lost on plane mission over Bay of Biscay, March 20, 1944
  • Rushford, Seaman 2C Harvey George, 18 -- Woodland; received burns aboard USS Nevada at Pearl Harbor, died Dec. 9, 1941
  • Sauvola, Fireman 1C Roy Hendrick, 21 -- Kalama; killed in action off Philippines, October 1944
  • Schuler, Norman F. -- Wahkiakum County; killed in action
  • Sheridan, Chief Petty Officer Kenneth, 37 -- Longview; died at Camp Parkes, Calif., from a tropical disease contracted while in the South Pacific, Nov. 11, 1944
  • Sims, Ships Cook 2C Norman Miles, 24 -- Longview; lost in the South Pacific on the destroyer USS Pillsbury, March 1, 1942
  • Smith, Electricians Mate 3C Merle Andrew, 20 -- Woodland; killed aboard USS Oklahoma at Pearl Harbor, Dec. 7, 1941
  • Wait, Seaman 1C Wayland LeMoyne, 21 -- Longview; killed aboard the USS Arizona at Pearl Harbor, Dec. 7, 1941
  • Walker, Lt. James W. -- Ryderwood; reported MIA over Rabaul, Nov. 10, 1943
  • Williams, Aviation Radioman 1C Charles T. Jr. -- Kelso; MIA following combat duty
  • Winter, Edward, 33 -- Winlock, warrant officer and machinist; aboard the USS Arizona at Pearl Harbor, died Dec. 12 , 1941
  • Yeager, Richard

Navy Air Corps

  • Cary, Lt. Cyrus George -- Kelso; pilot; lost in action near Guadacanal, July 9, 1943
  • Dodge, Leslie -- Toledo; killed in plane crash in San Diego, Feb. 17, 1944
  • Gary, Gunners Mate Marvin "Buster," 20 -- Longview, killed in plane crash off of San Diego, May 16, 1945
  • Jacobson, Ensign Carman J., 27 -- Kelso; pilot; killed in plane crash in South Pacific, December 1944
  • McIntyre, Lt. Francis Bernard -- Longview; missing in action over South Pacific, November 1943; remains found on Buka Island 2008.
  • Norgren, Willard -- Clatskanie; pilot, shot down over Buka Island.
  • Timoney, Lt. jg Lloyd B. -- Rainier; pilot; forced down at sea; based in Alaska, Sept. 28, 1943

Royal Canadian Air Force

  • Gourde, Sgt. Robert -- Longview; bombardier; lost over Germany, gunner in bomber that didn't return from raid, April 2, 1943
  • Woodill, James Harold -- Longview; leading aircraftsman; died in accident in Canada, July 14, 1943

Unknown branch

  • Burnes, Howard -- Naselle
  • Carlson, Pvt. Carl W. -- killed in action
  • Comer, Clarence M., 27 -- April 7, 1945
  • Conradi, Lt. Gerald -- Winlock; P-38 pilot; lost on bombing run over Luzon, 1943
  • Ferguson, Albert
  • Garretson, Al -- Ocean Park
  • Granger, Robert
  • Habankangas, Wilbert -- Naselle
  • Harron, Alvin
  • Hay, David -- Toutle; June 1943
  • Hughes, Donald -- Long Beach
  • Jennings, Glenn V. -- Rainier area
  • Karkhainen, Cecil
  • Kelty, William W. -- Clatskanie; killed in action, Jan. 22, 1943
  • McCauley, Frank
  • McChung, Harold
  • Price, William -- Rainier area
  • Reed, Ralph
  • Sammons, Jack -- Rainier area
  • Schlect, Pharmacist Mate 3C Norman R., 22 -- Longview; drowned off Okinawa, September 1945
  • Schuler, Norman -- Naselle
  • Shore, David
  • Smith, Albert
  • Smith, Walter
  • Tyas, Pharm. Mate 1C Robert A. -- Longview
  • Wilcox, Ernest -- Clatskanie

KOREAN WAR 1950-1953

Air Force

  • Doumit, Lt. Michael John, 23 -- Cathlamet; killed in explosion of jet plane in Texas, May 11, 1953
  • Flankey, Lt. Wallace Edward -- Kelso; pilot; died in plane crash in Texas, Feb. 5, 1954
  • Lockwood, Lt. John -- Kelso; pilot; died in plane crash while on training mission in Alaska
  • Tyler, Lt. David Barrett, 21 -- Longview; died of wounds received in action, July 20, 1950

Army

  • Adams, 1st Lt. Edwin E., 24 -- Kelso; killed in action, Sept. 1, 1950
  • Blue, M. Sgt. Clois Murrell, 31 -- Longview; taken prisoner in 1950, died of malnutrition in North Korean POW camp, Dec. 31, 1950
  • Cogdill, M. Sgt. Kenneth C., 32 -- Kalama; killed in action, Feb. 13, 1951
  • Day, Capt. Charles Merlin, 41 -- Kelso; 2nd Inf. Division; killed in action, Sept. 17, 1950
  • Funkhouser, Pvt. Eugene Lee, 18 -- Longview; killed in action in Korea, July 28, 1951
  • Harris, Sgt. Robert Glen, 24 -- Kelso; killed in action, Jan. 18, 1951
  • Head, Sgt. James E., 21 -- Longview; MIA in December 1951, declared dead 1954
  • Hudson, Pvt. Henry Lloyd Duane, 37 -- Mount Pleasant; 17th Armed Engineers; March 13, 1952
  • Lake, 2nd Lt. Harold, 27 -- Longview; killed in action, July 7, 1950
  • Lockwood, Pfc. Maurice G., 22 -- Castle Rock; 802nd Eng. Aviation Battalion; killed in military transport plane crash near Tokyo, June 18, 1953
  • Machen, Pfc. William A., 18 -- Kelso; died while POW in Korea, November 1950
  • Norris, Pvt. Billy B., 23 -- Longview; 35th Inf. Battalion; killed in action, May 26, 1953
  • Storie, Pvt. Robert L., 17 -- Kelso; died of pneumonia at Camp Robert, Calif., July 20, 1953

Navy

  • Pratt, Milton Reed "Jack" -- Kelso; killed at Guantanemo Bay, Cuba, 1952

VIETNAM WAR 1957-1973

Air Force

  • Brucher, Major John Martin, 33 -- Clatskanie; born 1936, shot down over North Vietnam Feb. 18, 1969, declared dead Jan. 7, 1974
  • Holland, Tech. Sgt. Melvin Arnold, 32 -- Toledo; radio repairman; MIA in Laos, March 11, 1968, declared dead June 1968
  • Smith, 1st Lt. Donald E. -- Longview; killed in action, Nov. 19, 1968

Army

  • Anderson, Spec. 4 Richard Wilbur, 21 -- Kalama; killed in action in Kontum, March 22, 1969
  • Atchley, Spec. 4 Keith Noel, 21 -- Woodland; killed by hostile fire April 11, 1968, in Quang Nam
  • Bloomer, Sgt. Donald Hugh, 21 -- Longview; killed by hostile fire while on patrol duty in Tay Ninh, April 3, 1970
  • Bobbitt, Spec. 4 Jerry Keith, 19 -- Longview; killed by friendly fire in Vietnam, April 1, 1971
  • Booth, Sp. 4 Gary Preston, 20 -- Winlock; crew member of plane lost over water off South Vietnam, Dec. 23, 1970
  • Curtis, Pfc. Gregory Paul, 19 -- Longview; killed in Kontum, Dec. 14, 1967
  • Dailey, Pfc. David Leon, 19 -- Vader; killed in action in Kontum, May 20, 1970
  • Edge, Sgt. Dennis Eugene, 20 -- Rainier; died in Hau Nghia, Dec. 11, 1968
  • Eveland, Chief Warrant Officer Mark W., 22 -- Kelso; killed in action in Tay Ninh, Aug. 16, 1969
  • Gaynor, Pfc. Kurtis Lane, 20 -- Kalama; died in Khanh Hoa, Jan. 15, 1970
  • Jacobson, Capt. Warner Craig, 20 -- Longview; killed in action in Quang Nam, June 22, 1968
  • Leyerle, Pfc. Billy Bob, 20 -- Kelso; died of wounds received in action in Hau Nghia, Dec. 15, 1969
  • Malarz, Pfc. Rene Lee, 23 -- Winlock, died in Quang Ngai, Aug. 24, 1967
  • Maxim, SP4 Thierry Timothy G., 19 -- Died in Bien Hoa, Sept. 21, 1970
  • Milne, Spec. 4 Ronald James, 19 -- Longview; killed in action in Kien Hoa, May 12, 1970
  • Mollenhour, Pvt. 1 C Robert C. -- Clatskanie, killed in action, 1970
  • Olsen, Spec. 4 Keith, 26 -- Kelso; killed in action in Tay Ninh, June 20, 1969
  • Rash, Spec. 4 Lynley Lee, 20 -- Longview; died in Pleiku, May 12, 1968
  • Ray, Sp. 4 Michael George, 20 -- Longview; Company A --- 5 Battalion (Airmobile), 7 Cavalry; died Dec. 9, 1968
  • Sargent, Spec. 4 Stevan Roy, 20 -- Kalama; died in Long An, Feb. 15, 1968
  • Secor, Sgt. William Dale, 19 -- Kelso; killed in action in Binh Dinh, July 2, 1970
  • Silvesan, Spec. 4 Dennis Ray, 21 -- Longview; died in Pleiku, May 24, 1970
  • Smith, Staff Sgt. Albert Heugh, 34 -- Kelso; killed in action in Binh Duong, Jan. 16, 1967
  • Spears, Pfc. Milton Earl, 20 -- Longview; killed in action in Hau Nghia, May 6, 1968
  • Wagner, 2nd Lt. William Peter III, 22 -- Longview; died in Binh Dinh, June 23, 1967
  • Weiderman, Spec. 4 Claude Fredrick, 22 -- Castle Rock/Longview; 1st Inf. Division; killed in action, Aug. 8, 1966

Marines

  • Aasen, Lance Cpl. David Kim, 22 -- Longview; died of wounds in Quang Nam, Aug. 22, 1967
  • Beckwith, Lance Cpl. William Arnold, 22 -- Kelso; killed in action in Quang Tri, July 4, 1968
  • Davidson, Cpl. William Alvin, 20 -- Longview; died in Honolulu, April 26, 1968
  • Erickson, Capt. Stephen J., 27 -- Longview; test pilot; died in plane crash over Chesapeake Bay, June 22, 1971
  • Gilcher, Pfc. Richard Eldon, 19 -- Longview; died in Honolulu hospital, nonbattle, March 22, 1967
  • Hardy, Lance Cpl. Larry Joseph, 20 -- Castle Rock; killed in action in Quang Tri, May 14, 1968
  • Pegg, Pfc. David Burton, 18 -- Longview; killed in action in Quang Tin, Oct. 29, 1966
  • Sanders, Cpl. Harvey Richard, 21 -- Kelso; died of wounds in Quang Tin, May 12, 1967
  • Wilkins, Lance Cpl. Garry Lee, 19 -- Longview; killed in action in Quang Tri, May 19, 1968

Navy

  • Armstrong, Lt. jg. Wayne A., 27 -- Longview; pilot/air controller; killed over South China Sea, Oct. 8, 1967
  • Daniels, Petty Officer 2C Richard L., 23 -- Longview/Rainier; killed in action, March 1, 1971
  • Kruse, Radioman 3C Dale Lynn, 21 -- Castle Rock; died in Quang Tri, April 30, 1968
  • Messervy, Lt. Harold V., 33 -- Longview; pilot; killed in crash of P3A anti-submarine patrol plane in the South China Sea, Dec. 4, 1964

Unknown branch

  • McLawhorn, Duane L., 22 -- March 31, 1969

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(6) Comments

  1. Drampa
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    Drampa - May 31, 2010 10:00 am
    I walk this land in humble adoration of those that sacrificed so much for a nation that will never be deserving of the blood you shed. We remember !!!
  2. 6teenpaws
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    6teenpaws - May 31, 2010 11:53 am
    Thank you TDN for honoring these veterans who gave the ultimate sacrifice for our nation. I hope no one forgets those that serve now, those men and women who are on patrol by foot, sea, and air throughout the world as we sleep comfortably tonight. I also hope that someone with time and resources would research and update those that are listed without known service branches, and honor them next year with their fellow fallen comrads. Thanks to all veterans for your service to keep our nation free.
  3. Jokerswild
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    Jokerswild - May 31, 2010 1:39 pm
    Cpl. Ronald E. LaBerge USMC 1948-1985 Died from Agent Orange poisoning received in Vietnam. 1st. Radio Battalion, Saigon. 1969-71 Graduated R.A. Long High School. Son of Leo & Nellie LaBerge. Longview. Rest in peace Marine.
  4. beyondcitylimits
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    beyondcitylimits - June 01, 2010 10:47 am
    How wonderful that no locals have lost their life since the end of Viet Nam.
  5. Drampa
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    Drampa - June 01, 2010 7:36 pm
    Vietnam vets are dying at a rate of 390 a day so I'm sure some locals have answered the last roll call. R I P.
  6. Nyphe
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    Nyphe - July 19, 2012 6:42 pm
    If you ever see this (i know it was 2 years ago) I wanted to thank you very much for adding my fathers name to this list... I am his oldest son and he died when I was 5...
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