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Quentin C. Aanenson, Captain, Air Corps - WWII Combat Aviator - One Of The Greatest Generation - DFC, PH. AM (10)
Harold Robert Aaron, Lieutenant General, USMA, WWII, Korea, Vietnam, DIA, DSM, LM, BSM, AM, CIB
Sergio S. Abad, Specialist, Killed In Afghanistan - Operation Enduring Freedom - BSM, PH
Edmund C. Abbott, Colonel, Lawyer-Soldier - Mexican Border, World War I
Ira Coray Abbott, Brigadier General - Civil War - Wounded At Fredericksburg
William Henry Abendroth - Mexican Border,WWI, WWII, National Guard
Russell W. Abendschoen, Technical Sergeant, United States Army Air Force - Killed In WWII - Returned Home In 2007 - PH
Earle J. Aber, Jr., Lieutenant Colonel, Air Corps - Killed In WWII, Buried In 2002
Edmond Peter Abood, Colonel, Ranger - WWII, Korea, Vietnam - DSC, LM, PH, AM
Clyde Rush Abraham, Brigadier General, USMA - World War I, World War II
Creighton W. Abrams - Vietnam Commander, Army Chief of Staff
Leonard Ackerman, Major - Doctor & Behavior Sciences Specialist
Francis Ackley, Corporal, World War I, Distinguished Service Cross (DSC)
Frank E. Adamski III, Staff Sergeant, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - PH, BSM
James F. Adamouski, Captain, USMA, Aviator - Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom
Clayton Sinnot Adams, Brigadier General, Adjutant General Department, World War II - LM
Frank Howard Adams, Colonel, SAW, Philippines, World War I - Distinguished Service Cross (DSC)
Glen P. Adams, Jr., Captain, Killed In Helicopter Crash In Germany In 1988
James Ellsworth Adams, First Lieutenant, Early Army Aviator - INFORMATION NEEDED
John Carver Adams, Captain, Killed In Action, World War I - DSC, PH
Theodore Adolphus Adams, Jr., Lieutenant Colonel, Engineering Officer, Business Leader
James Bradshaw Adamson, Major General, USMA - Korea, Vietnam, MDW - DSM, LM, SS, PH, BSM, AM
Clarence Lionel Adcock, Major General - USMA - World War II Commander
Shane T. Adcock, Captain, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Earl A. Adkins, Chief Warrant Officer, Criminal Investigator, Legion of Merit
Julius Ochs Adler - Major General, World War I, NY Times Family - Distinguished Service Cross (DSC)
Vartan Aghababian, Private First Class, World War I, Distinguished Service Cross (DSC, PH
James M. Ahearn, Major, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
George P. Ahern, Lieutenant Colonel - USMA, Spanish-American War, Philippines, Boxer Rebellion, WWI, Silver Star
Henry T. Ahlin, Sergeant, Air Forces - Killed In WWII (1944) - Returned Home In 2001
Fred Crayton Ainsworth, Major General, Surgeon, The Adjutant General
Tristan N. Aitken, Captain, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom
Spencer B. Akin, Major General - Highly Decorated in WWII - Chief Signal Officer
Charles Evan Ake, Master Sergeant, World War II, Korean War
William Thomas Akins, Sergeant First Class, Medic - Killed In Korea In 1950 - Returned Home In 2008 - PH
Phillip R. Albert, Sergeant Major - Killed In Afghanistan Helicopter Crash, November 2003
Jack Alvin Albright, Major General, WWII, Vietnam - White House Communications Agency - DSM, LM, BSM, AM
George W. Aldridge, Jr. - Colonel, WWII, Korea Vietnam, Omaha Beach On D-Day
James Buchanan Aleshire - Major General, Indian Wars
Joseph Page Aleshire, Colonel, Son of the General - Long Military Career
Edward Porter Alexander III, First Lieutenant, Killed In WWI, Grandson of CSA Artillery Commander At Gettysburg
LeRoy E. Alexander, Sergeant, Killed In Afghanistan - Operation Enduring Freedom - PH
Robert Alexander, Major General, Indian Wars, Spanish War, Philippines, Mexico, WWI - DSC, PH
William Leidy Alexander, Brigadier General, Civil War - INFORMATION NEEDED
James Raymond Alfonte, Brigadier General, World War I, World War II - LM
Ulysses Alford, Sergeant, Killed In Vietnam - PH
Norman Utitus Algard, Jr., Second Lieutenant, Killed In Training Accident In 1957
Wilson A. Algrim, Specialist, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - BSM, PH
Peter H. Allabach, Colonel - Civil War - 131 Pennsylvania Infantry - INFORMATION NEEDED
Augustus J. Allen, Second Lieutenant, Killed In 1941 Plane Crash In Panama, Returned Home In 2005
Charles Julius Allen, Brigadier Gen, USMA, Civil War, Spanish-American War
Frank Albert Allen, Jr., Major General - WWI, WWII - DSM, LM, SS, BSM, PH, DFC, PH
Fred C. Allen, Brigadier General - TransOfficer, Helped Plan Inchon Landing
Harrison Allen, Brigadier General, Civil War - Wounded At Gettysburg
Henry Tureman Allen - Cavalry General - Phillipines, Mexico, World War I
Henry Tureman Allen, Jr., Colonel, World War I, General's Son - INFO NEEDED
James Allen - Brigadier General, Army Aviation Pioneer
John E. Allen, Sergeant, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Lonnie Calvin Allen Jr., Sergeant, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Nekl B.Allen, Staff Sergeant, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - PH, BSM
Oliver Allen, Major, World War I - Distinguished Service Cross (DSC), PH
Roderick Random Allen - Major General, World War II
William Hervey Allen, Jr., First Lieutenant, WWI, American Author & Poet - PH
William A. Allers III, Sergeant, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - BSM, PH
Christopher M. Allgaier, Chief Warrant Officer, Army Aviator - Killed In Afghanistan - Operation Enduring Freedom - PH
Brian Duane Allgood, Colonel, USMA - Surgeon - Ranger - Killed In Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom, LM, BSM, PH
Leslie Armstrong Allison - Major, KIA,WWII - Submitted By His Loving Relatives
Edward Mallory Almond - Lieutenant General, WWI, WWII, Korea
Edward Mallory Almond, Jr., Captain, USMA, Killed-In-Action During WWII
Elmer Hugo Almquist, Jr., Lieutenant General - World War II, Korean War, Vietnam War - DSM, LM. BSM
Alfred Aloe, Colonel, Spanish-American War, Philippines Insurrection - Distinguished Service Cross (DSC)
Robert Henry Alsheimer, Colonel, USMA - Ranger, Vietnam - Deputy Commander of the Old Guard
Barbara Rose Henry Alton, Wife of Colonel Carlly L. Alton, Educator
Benjamin Alvord, Brigadier General, USMA - Florida Seminole War, Mexican War, Civil War
Benjamin Alvord, Jr., Brigadier General, USMA - Philippines, World War I
Stanley Mitchell Ames, First Lieutenant, Air Service - WWI - Killed With 6 Others In 1921 Air Crash In Maryland
Clinton Bacon Amorous, Major, Air Service, World War I - Died At Age 44 Of Illness
Jerome Anthony Ambro, Jr. - Sergeant, Member of Congress
Craig Scott Amundson, Specialist - Killed In Terrorist Attack On The Pentagon, 11 September 2001
William M. Amundson, Jr., Corporal, Killed In Action, Operation Enduring Freedom (Afghanistan) - Army Ranger - BSM, PH
James Roy Andersen, Brigadier General, Air Corps, WWII, Killed In Aircraft Accident - Body Not Recovered - LM
Alexander Kocsis Anderson, First Lieutenant, 22nd Engineers - Killed In World War I - INFO NEEDED
Andy D. Anderson, Corporal, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Carl Edward Anderson, Jr., Captain, Vietnam, DFC, AM, BSM
Donald Armstrong, Brigadier General, WWI, WWII - Artillery-Ordnance Officer - DSM, LM
Edward Anderson, Brigadier General, USMA - Cavalry Officer - INFORMATION NEEDED
John Anderson, Private, Killed In Action At Cold Harbor, Virginia, Civil War
John Benjamin Anderson, Major General, USMA - WWI, WWII - LM BSM
Jonathan Waverly Anderson, Sr., Major General - USNA, Son In Law of Colonel George Horace Morgan
Jonathan Waverly Anderson, Jr., Colonel, USMA, WWII, Wounded, POW, Korea, Vietnam, BSM, PH, LM
Rexford C. Anderson, Lieutenant Colonel - Engineer, Vietnam War Veteran
Joseph Crook Anderson, Colonel - USMA - World War II - Assistant to the JCS
Orvie P. Anderson, Colonel - World War II Veteram - Legion of Merit
Thomas McArthur Anderson, Brig Gen, Civil War, Indian Wars, SAW, Philippines
Thomas McArthur Anderson, Jr., Colonel, Spanish-American War, Philippines, WWI
Wendell Warren Anderson, Specialist 4, Killed In Vietnam - Purple Heart
Winston P. Anderson, First Lieutenant, Killed In WWI, 325th Infantry, 82nd Infantry, AEF - PH
Charles H. Andre, Lieutenant Colonel, World War I - Distinguished Service Cross (DSC)
Joseph J. Andres, Jr., Master Sergeant, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Avery Delano Andrews, Brigadier General, USMA, SAW, WWI - INFORMATION NEEDED
Frank Maxwell Andrews, Lieutenant Genetral  - Aviation Pioneer, Cavalry Officer  WWII Leader Killed In A  Plane Crash
George Andrews, Brigadier General, USMA, Indian Wars, Adjutant General
George Leonard Andrews, Major General - USMA, Civil War, US Marshall, West Point Professor
George Lippitt Andrews, Brigadier General - Civil War & The Indian Wars
John Taylor Andrews, Jr., Colonel, World War II, Ordnance Officer
John Wesley Andrews, Captain, Civil War - 2nd U. S. Colored Infantry - INFORMATION NEEDED
Lawrence G. Andrews, Second Lieutenant, World War I - Distinguished Service Cross (DSC) - PH
Robert Carlyle Andrews, Lieuenant Colonel - US Military Academy - INFO NEEDED
William Robert Andrews, Jr., Colonel, Corps of Engineers, Vietnam Veteran
Joseph Andraski, Sergeant, World War II Combat Veteran
Edward Harry Andres, Colonel, Spanish-American War, Philippines, WWI - INFO NEEDED
Clift Andrus, Major General, Highly Decorated Combat Officer & His Family
Edwin Proctor Andrus, Colonel, USMA - Cavalry Officer - Father of Clift Andrus - INFO NEEDED
Victor Andrykowski, Private, Killed In World War I - Distinguished Service Cross (DSC), PH
Henry Rosser Angell, Second Lieutenant, Early Flight Instructor - Killed In 1929 Crash of the C-2 in Pennsylvania
Lucia Zito Angelini, First Lieutenant, WWII Nurse - Accidental Death In Nursing Home
Theodore Antonelli, Major General - Highly Decorated World War II Commander
Colonel Michael R. Antopol - Decorated Surgeon - By Beverly Belew Antopol
Benjamin Theodore Anuskewicz, Colonel, WWII - Lost An Eye In First Wave Landing At Normandy On D-Day
Joseph J. Anzack, Jr., Private First Class, Captured And Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Chester Anzide, Private, Killed In WWI - Philadelphia City Council Paid For Brothers To Attend 1921 Funeral - PH
John Adams Appleton, Brigadier General, WWI, WWII - Engineering-Railroad Officer - LM
Lewis M. Archer, Sergeant, Air Forces - Killed In 1944, Returned Home In 2001
Michael A. Arciola, Private First Class, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Edward Rice Ardery, Colonel, USMA - WWII (Battle of the Bulge), Korea, Vietnam
Harold L. Arison, Major - Bandmaster, Normandy Invasion, Taiwan
Marc A. Arizmendez, Staff Sergeant, Killed In Afghanistan, PH, BSM
Carmel Joseph Arcilesi, Colonel, World War II Veteran
Thomas Steelye Arms. Brigadier General, World War I, World War II - LM
Frank C. Armstrong, Major (Surgeon), Indian Wars, Killed In The Philippines Insurrection
George A. Armstrong, Colonel - Korea & Vietnam
Gerry Hubert Armstrong, Second Lieuenant, USMA Class of 1969 - Died In 1969 - INFO NEEDED
John Winthrop Armstrong, Colonel, USMA, WWII, Korea, Vietnam, LM, BSM, PH
Army Air Crew: Killed In The Philippines, 9 January 1945 - World War II
Heather Raine Arnett, Chief Warrant Officer, Army Aviator, NATO - Found Dead In Germany
Jason R. Arnette, Sergeant, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Albert C. Arnold, Major, World War I - Distinguished Service Cross (DSC), PH
Alfred Clarence Arnold, Lieutenant Colonel - World War I, Distinguished Service Cross (2)
Charles J. Arnold, Lieutenant Colonel, World War II, Army Press Official
Edward Easter Arnold, United States Army, Died In France In WWI - INFORMATION NEEDED
Ellis E. Arnold, Jr., Major, Air Corps - Killed In 1942 - Returned Home In 2003
William R. Arnold, Major General - First Chaplain General
George Arrington, Private, Indian Wars - Distinguished Service Cross - DSC
John Caraway Arrowsmith, Brigadier General, World War II, Corps of Engineers
Patrick James Arthur, Sergeant First Class, WWII, Died As POW In Korea - SS, PH, BSM
Kenneth L. Artiss, Lieutenant Colonel - Research Psychiatrist, Legion of Merit
Alexander Sandor Asboth - Major General, Civil War, United States Ambassador
Alexander M. Asbury, Private, Civil War Casualty - Died of Disease In Washington, D.C.
Laurence Whitaker Ash, Lieutenant Colonel, World War II
Thomas Quinn Ashburn, Major General, USMA - Spanish-American War, WWI - Inland Waterways Corporation
Henry Astel, Sergeant, General Service - INFORMATION NEEDED
James N. Atanasoff, Major, Special Forces, Two Tours In Vietnam
Joshua Abraham Atkins III, Private First Class, Killed In Action, Vietnam War - PH
Lillian Aubert, Assistant Superintendent, United States Army Nurse Corps - Died During WWI - INFO NEEDED
Christopher Columbus Augur - General, Civil War & The Indian Wars
Colon Augur, Captain, Son of General Christopher Colon Augur - Cavalry Officer - INFORMATION NEEDED
Jacob Arnold Augur - Colonel, Indian Wars
Alexander T. Augusta, Major  - First Black Major in The U.S. Army
Anthony Stanley Augustauskas - Decorated Veteran of WWII & Korea
The Auld Family - Revolutionary War & War Of 1812
Dwight Edward Aultman, Brigadier General, USMA - Spanish-American War, World War I
William Auman, Brigadier General, Civil War, Indian Wars, Spanish War - INFORMATION NEEDED
Henry S. Aurand, Lieutenant General, USMA - WWI, WWII - DSM, BSM
Charles Bernard Austin, First Lieutenant, Early Military Aviator - INFORMATION NEEDED
 Fred Thaddeus Austin, Major General, Spanish-American War, Philippines, WWI - Chief of Artillery
Thomas Adam Austin III, Colonel - USMA, West Point, Vietnam War
Paul Autrey, Colonel, World War II Artillery Officer
Francis Asbury Awl, Major, SAW, Philipines, World War I, Disingtuished Service Cross (DSC), PH
John Thomas Axton, Colonal - Chaplian At Burial of WWI Unknown Soldier
Charles Greenlief Ayres, Colonel - Son of Romeyn Beck Ayers - INFO NEEDED
Henry Fairfax Ayres, USMA, Lieutenant Colonel - Son of Charles Greenlief & Grandson of Romeyn Beck Ayers
James Cooper Ayres, Captain, USMA - Killed In An Accident - INFORMATION NEEDED
Romeyn Beck Ayres, Major General - Civil War, Son-in-law of Juliet Opie Hopkins
William Hanes Ayres, Private, WWII - Member of Congress
Leonard Porter Ayres, Brigadier General, World War I - American Statistician

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B-24 Bomber Crew From World War II Buried On 21 August 2000
Paul William Baade, Major General, USMA - WWI, WWII - DSM, SS, BSM, PH
Jay S. Baas, Second Lieutenant, United States Army Air Forces - Killed In WWII, PH - Brother of Henry R. Baas, Killed In Korea
The Babbitt Family - An Army Tradition
Conrad Stanton Babcock, Brigadier General, Philippines Insurrection, WWI - SS, DSM - INFO NEEDED
Franklin Babcock, Brigadier General, World War I, World War II - Chief of Investigations - DSM
Orville Elias Babcock, Brigadier General - USMA, Civil War, Engineering Officer - Drowned In 1884
David J. Babineau, Specialist, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Dallas Bache, Colonel, Medical Corps, Civil War - INFORMATON NEEDED
George Irving Back, Major General - WWI & WWII - Chief Signal Officer
Robert Low Bacon, Colonel (WWI), DSM, Member of Congress
Andrew Joseph Baddick, Sergeant, Drowned In Iraq Saving Another Soldier
Carl Adolph Baehr, Brigadier General, USMA - WWI, WWII - DSM, SS, BSM, LM
Ann O'Hara Baer, Army Spouse, Wife of Lieutenant General Robert J. Baer
James Collins Bagg, Colonel, World War II, Normandy, Battle of the Bulge - 60 Years Of Service - LM, BSM
Aldo Hector Bagnulo, Colonel, World War II, Regimental Commander, Corps of Engineers
Charlie L. Bagwell, Staff Sergeant, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - BSM, PH
Clarence Mitchell Bailey, Colonel, Infantry Officer - Civil War, Spanish-American War
Mildred C. Bailey, Brigadier General, Director of Women's Army Corps, 3rd Female Army General In History - DSM, LM
Charles Michael Baily, Lieutenant Colonel - USMA - Two Tours In Vietnam
Henry Welles Baird, Major General, Cavalry Oficer - World War II
John Absalom Baird, Colonel, Relative of Major General Absalom Baird - INFO NEEDED
Vernon Milton Bailey, Captain, World War II - Career Foreign Service Officer - BSM
Edward E.Bailie, Major, Air Corps - Killed In 1944 Air Accident In Texas
Edmund Cooper Bainbridge, Colonel, USMA - Artillery Officer - Civil War, Indian Wars - INFO NEEDED
William G. Bainbridge, 5th Sergeant Major of the Army, WWIII, Korea, Vietnam, POW, DSM, LM, PH, BSM, AM
George I. Baker, Major General - Decorated Medical Officer - Commander of Walter Reed
Michael Robert Baker, Chief Warrant Officer, Army Aviator - Killed In Blackhawk Crash In Cyprus In 1995
Stephen Baker, Major, Civil War, Indian Wars, Spanish-American War
Walter Campbell Baker, Major General, Chief, Chemical Warfare Department - DSM
William Clyde Baker, Jr., Major General, USMA - American Battle Monuments Commission
Pastor Balanon, Jr., Corporal, Killed In Korea In 1950 - Returned Home In 2007 - CIB, PH
Bernt Balchen, Colonel, Air Corps, World War II, Pilot For Admiral Richard E. Byrd
Juan C. Baldeosingh, Sergeant, Killed In Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH, BSM
Geoffrey Prescott Baldwin,Brigadier General, USMA, World War I - Distinguished Service Cross (DSC) - Silver Star
James Hammond Baldwin, Captain, Civil War, Indian Wars - INFORMATION NEEDED
James L. Baldwin, Major General, Admonished By The Army For Viet Cong Attack On U. S. Firebase - INFO NEEDED
John Arthur Baldwin, Colonel, Indian Wars, Spanish-American War - INFO NEEDED
Robert F. Baldwin, Lieutenant Colonel, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - PH, BSM
Terry Lyman Baldwin, Private First Class, Killed In Action, Vietnam War - PH
Theodore Anderson Baldwin, Brigadier General, Civil War, Spanish War
Theodore Anderson Baldwin, Jr. USAF, Son Of The General
Thomas Anderson Baldwin III, USAF - Grandson of The General - INFO NEEDED
Thomas Scott Baldwin, Major - Pioneer Aviator - Built First Airship
Clarence E. Ball, Sergeant, Bronze Star Medal
Duard D. Ball, Major General, Ordnance-Missile Commander - DSM, LM, BSM
Frank Elihue Ball, Colonel - Decorated Veteran of WWII & Korea
Lloyd C. Ball, Technical Sergeant 5, Killed In Action In France In 1945, Returned Home In 1949
John Henry Ballamy, Captain, Killed In World War I PH - INFORMATION NEEDED
Kenneth Michael Ballard, First Lieutenant, Killed In Action, Operation Iraqi Freedom - BSM, PH
Donald J. Ballman, Sergeant, United States Army, The Meaning of Service
DeForrest Ballou III - Colonel, Served In Korea & Vietnam
Jesmond Dene Balmer, Brigadier General, WWI, WWII - Central Intelligence Agency - DSM, LM, BSM
Beatrice M. Bamber, Nurse, World War I - Vichy, France
Frank Bane, Second Lieutenant - Aviator WWI, Social Security Pioneer
Moses M. Bane, Colonel, Civil War - 50th Illinois Volunteer Infantry
Gottfried Bangerter, Corporal - A Cavalry Wagoneer
Cleveland Hill Bandholtz, Colonel, USMA - Son Of A General
Leonard F. Banowetz, First Lieutenant, World War II - Silver Star, Purple Heart (3), Bronze Star
Dominic Rocco Baragona, Lieutenant Colonel - Killed In Road Accident - Operation Iraqi Freedom
Alvin Barton Barber, Colonel, USMA, WWI - Government Official - INFO NEEDED
Edwin Lamont Barber, Lieutenant Colonel - WWII, Korea, Vietan, CIA Operations Officer
Melvin E. Barber, Major, WWII, Freed Bataan Death March Survivors - BSM
Ransom Edward Barber, Brigadier General, USMA - Vietnam - Intelligence Officer - LM, BSM, AM
Thomas J. Barbieri, Specialist, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
George D. Shirley Barbour, Captain, Spanish American War, 4Th U. S. Volunteer Infantry
Percy E. Barbour, Colonel, Mexican Border, WWI, World Famous Engineer - Mayflower Descendant
Paul Barclay, Staff Sergeant - Special Forces - Killed In Accidental Shoot-Down of Heli In Iraq
Frank Akeley Barker, Jr., Lieutenant Colonel - Battalion Commander At My-Lai Massacre, Killed In Action
Jack L. Barker, Major, Killed In Vietnam War In 1971 - Returned Home In 2006 - DSC, AM, PH
Ray Wehnes Barker, Major General, WWI, WWII - DSM, LM, BSM
Eugene Hoy Barksdale, First Lieutenant, Air Service - WWII, Killed In Test Flight
Alfred M. Barlow, First Lieutenant, World War I - Distinguished Service Cross (DSC), PH
John Whitney Barlow - Civil War General - Yellowstone National Park
Albert MacClellan Barnes III, First Lieutenant, Air Corps - Killed In 1944 Air Crash Off Florida Coast
Alfred Barnes, Lieutenant Colonel, Korea, Killed In Vietnam - SS, BSM, PH
Almont Barnes, Captain (Brevet Colonel) - Civil War, 1st NY Light Artillery - INFORMATION NEEDED
Gladeon Marcus Barnes, Major General, Ordnance Officer - DSM
Harold Arthur Barnes, Brigadier General, WWI, WWII - Quartermaster Corps - DSM
Joseph Fauntleroy Barnes, Colonel, USMA, Artillery Officer, World War I
Julian Francis Barnes, Major General, World War I, World War II - BSM
Len Barnes, Sergeant - Died While A POW In Korea - Returned Home For Burial In 1956
Michael Bernard Barnes, Sergeant Major, Decorated VIetnam War Veteran - SS, BSM, PH, CIB
Wilman Dale Barnes, Brigadier General, Career Infantry Officer - DSM, LM, BSM
Arthur K. Barnett, First Lieutenant, 23rd Kansas Volunteer Infantry - Killed In Spanish-American War
David E. Barnett, Jr., Lieutenant Colonel, USMA, Korean War
Lewis I. Barnett, First Lieutenant, Killed In Spanish-American War - INFORMATION NEEDED
Keith Richard Barney, Major General - USMA - WWII, Deputy Chief of Engineers
Albert Trorillo Siders Barnitz, Captain, Civil War, Indian Wars, 7th Cavalry, Author
Edwin W. Baron, Colonel - Judge Advocate General Corps
David Goodwin Barr, Major General, WWI, WWII - DSC, DSM, LM, SS, DFC
Samuel L. Barr, Captain, 5th U. S. Infantry - Civil War - INFORMATION NEEDED
Alexander McCook Barrett, Captain, Cavalry Officer - Died In 1919 - Wife Died in 1972 - INFORMATION NEEDED
Chad A. Barrett, Sergeant, Died In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom
Gregory Barrett, Captain, Civil War, Killed In Spanish-American War - INFORMATION NEEDED
Ross Paige Barrett, Captain, World War II, Korean War, Community Leader
Frank S. Barrows, Second Lieutenant, 30th USCT, Civil War - INFORMATON NEEDED
George Howard Barrows, Colonel: Mexican Border, WWI, WWII - Washington Reporter
Olinto Mark Barsanti, Major General, WWII, Korea, Vietnam, Airborne - DSC, SS, DSM, DFC, BSM, PH, AM - A Soldier's Soldier
Edward C. Barstow, Contract Surgeon, United States Army - INFORMATION NEEDED
John Charles Palmer Bartholf, Brigadier General, World War I, World War II
Joseph Jackson Bartlett, Major General - Civil War - Every Campaign Of the Army of the Potomac
Robert Erwin Barton, Colonel - Decorated WWII & Vietnam Veteran
Joseph Edward Barzynski, Brigadier General - USMA - Mexican Border, WWI, WWII
Aram J. Bass, Sergeant, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Cornelius A. Bass, Specialist 5th - Killed In Accidental Shoot-Down Over Iraq
Joseph T. Bass, Sergeant - WWII Parachute Infantry - Killed In Korea
Robert Edward Bassler, Jr., Colonel - USMA - Ordnance Officer - Vietnam War
Joseph Edward Bastion, Brigadier General, Mexican Border, WWI, WWI, Ranking Medical Officer - DSM, LM
Joseph Wallace Batch, Colonel - Physician, Medical Corps, WWII, First Dr. At Dachau
George Lightfoot Batchelder, Second Lieutenant, Air Corps - INFORMATION NEEDED
Dave Edward Bates, Command Sergeant Major,30-Year-Career, Vietnam War - PH
Francis Henry Bates, Captain, USMA - Civil War - INFORMATION NEEDED
John Coalter Bates, General - Spanish-American War, Philippines, WWI  - Army Chief of Staff
Paul A. Bates, Sergeant, Killed In WWI - Distinguished Service Cross, PH
Paul L. Bates, Colonel - Refused To Court-Martial Jackie Robinson In WWII
James Herbert Batte, Brigadier General, USMA, WWII, Normandy Invasion
Eugene C. Batten, First Lieutenant, Early Army Aviator - INFORMATION NEEDED
Ryan P. Baumann, Sergeant, Killed In Afghanistan - Operation Enduring Freedom - BSM, PH
Richard E. Bauchspies, Colonel, USMA - Vietnam - LM, DFC, BSM, AM - 30 Years Service - From A Military Family
Robert W. Bauchspies, Colonel, 30 Years Of Service To America - From A Military Family
Jedidiah Hyde Baxter, Brigadier General - Civil War - Surgeon General of the Army
Ray Stanley Baxter, Private, World War I, 61st Infantry - Atlanta Musician - Department of The Interior
Stuart A. Baxter, Second Lieutenant, World War I - Distinguished Service Cross (DSC), PH
Roland W. Bay, Corporal, World War I - Distinguished Service Cross (DSC), PH
Nathan Bayden, Corporal, Killed In Action In Algeria, World War II, PH
Thomas G. Baylor - Colonel, Civil War - Ordnance Officer
Stanhope Bayne-Jones, Brigadier General, WWI, WWII - Ranking Medical Officer- DSM, SS
Francis C. Beach, Captain, USMA - Artillery Officer, Civil War, Indian Wars - INFORMATION NEEDED
George Corwin Beach, Major General, A Ranking Medical Officer - DSM, LM
William Burdett Beach, Sergeant - World War I - Distinguished Service Cross (DSC)
Joseph William Beacham, Jr., Brigadier General - Eisenhower's Football Coach At West Point
Bradley Scott Beard, Specialist, Killed In Action, Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Cornelius Beard, Colonel, World War I - Distinguished Service Cross (DSC), PH
Franklin G. Beard, First Lieutenant, Killed In World War II - SS, PH
William Joseph Beardsley, Sergeant, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Norman Beasley, Colonel - Buried Next To Peter Beasley - INFORMATION NEEDED
Oscar Benjamin Beasley - Colonel, Combat Engineer In World War II
Peter Beasley, Colonel - Air Corps - Buried Beside Norman Beasley - INFORMATON NEEDED
Rex Webb Beasley, Major General, USMA - WWI, WWII - SS, LM, PH
George S. Beatty, Jr., Major General, WWII, Korea, Vietnam, Airmobile Advocate
Barnard Elliott Bee, United States Army - Great-Nephew of B.E. Bee, CSA, Killed At Manassas, Virginia
Rudy Morales Becerra, Specialist 4, Killed In Vietnam - Returned Home In 2001
Martin Robert Beck, Lieutenant Colonel - Killed In Action, Vietnam War
Paul Ward Beck, Lieutenant Colonel, Early Army Aviator - Shot & Killed - Son Of Brigadier General William Henry Beck, USA\
William Henry Beck, Brigadier General, Civil War, SAW, Philippines
Ralph Elihu Becker, Captain - Foreign Service Officer & Polar Explorer
Francis Ridley Beckmann, Lieuenant Colonel, USMA - WWII, Korea, Vietnam - Military Police - BSM
Edward G. Beckwith, Brigadier General - USMA - Mexican War, Indian Wars, Civil War
William J. Beckwith, Colonel, Korea, Vietnam, Armor & Cavalry Commander, LM, BSM, PH
Eugene E.Beebe - Army Air Corps - Killed In Tibet In WWII - Found 1997
Lewis C. Beebe, Brigadier General, World War I - Distinguished Service Cross (DSC)
Robert McCandlass Beck, Jr., Major General - World War I Commander
S. Alan Becker, Lieutenant Colonel, World War II, Active In Civil Affairs
Robert Lewis Bedle, Jr., Second Lieuenant, Air Corps - Killed In Aircraft Accident In Hawaii In June 1941
Bradley C. Beem, Sergeant, Killed In Kentucky Helicopter Crash
Duane W. Beeson, Lieutenant Colonel, Air Corps, WWII Fighter Pilot Ace - Highly Decorated
William Arthur Beiderlinden, Major General - WWI, WWII, Korean War
Max Beilke, Master Sergeant, Last US Soldier To Leave Vietnam, Killed In Terrorist Attack On The Pentagon
Harry F. Beinlich, Corporal, World War I - Distinguished Service Cross (DSC)
Edward Arthur Belanger, Private, World War I - Distinguished Service Cross (DSC)
Thomas P. Belkofer, Lieutenant Colonel, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - LM, PH, BSM
Richard Frederick Bell, Lieutenant Colonel, Vietnam War - BSM, PH
Rickey L. Bell, Specialist, Killed In Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom
Walter W. Bell, Major, World War II, Korean War, Vietnam War
Joseph P. Bellavia, Sergeant, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Joseph Oronzo Bellino, Colonel - Transportation Specialist - Vietnam War Veteran
Glen Dean Belnap, Lieutenant Colonel - WWII, Killed In Vietnam - SS, LM, AM, PH
Ludwig Bemelmans, Corporal - World War I - Author of the Madeline Books
Mary V. Bender, Chief Warrant Officer - Vietnam War - Controversal Discharge & Burial
Paul Bender, Colonel, Atomic Energy Commission, Washington State Politics
Charles Bendire, Major - Civil War, Indian Wars - Curator at the Smithsonian - INFO NEEDED
Jay Leland Benedict, Major General, USMA - WWI, WWII - DSM, LM
The Benet Family - Military & Literary Family
Daniel W. Benham, Brigadier General - Civil War
Benjamin Benita, Sr., Captain, Decorated Veteran Of WWII And Korea
Nathaniel Benjamin, Jr., Private, Drowned In Korean River During The Korean War
Alexander Bennett, Sergeant, Iraq, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom, - PH, BSM
Alexander James Bennett, Sergeant, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - PH
Clarence Edmund Bennett, Lieutenant Colonel, USMA - Civil War, Indian Wars - INFORMATION NEEDED
Charles Edward Bennett, Captain, WWII, SS, BSM, CIB - Member of Congress
Edward Elmer Bennett, Colonel, USMA - Corps of Engineers, WWII, Korea
Eli Elmer Bennett, Colonel, Coast Artilery Corps - World War I - Father of Edward Elmer Bennett
Herbert W. Bennett, Lieutenant Colonel, World War II - A Suicide Victim In 1953
Ollie Josephine B. Bennett - Pioneer Army Doctor (World War I)
Karl L. Bendetsen, Colonel - WWII, Normandy Invasion Planner - Under Secretary of the Army
Wilmer Kersey Benson, Jr., Colonel, WWII, Korea, Engineer, Atomic Energy Commission
The Benteen Family - Served With Custer At The Little Big Horn
Cedric Charles Benz, First Lieutenant, World War I - Distinguished Service Cross (DSC)
Hiram Berdan, Major General - Commanded Sharpshooters, Civil War
William Edward Bergin, Major General, WWI, WWII, Korea - DSM, LM
Olius Berkompas, Private First Class, Killed In World War I, PH, DSC
Joseph R. Berlin, Jr., Private First Class, Died In Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom
Harry Louis Berman, Colonel - Medical Officer/Physician - Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission
Joseph Thomas Bernard, Colonel, 82nd Airborne - World War II - Defense Communications Agency - LM, BSM
Reuben Frank Bernard, Brigadier General - Civil War, Indian Wars, Spanish-American War
Alexander David Berry, Sgt, Medic, Vietnam War, Distinguished Flying Cross
Lucien Grant Berry, Brigadier General, USMA - Artillery Officer - World War I
Clermont Livingston Best, Colonel, USMA - Civil War, Indian Campaigns - Artillery Officer
Francis A. Beuter, Captain, Company H, 4th United States Volunteer Cavalry
Joseph R. Beyrle, Fought For Both America and Russia In WWII - Normandy, 101 Airborne
James Lung Bevans, Colonel, Surgeon - Spanish-American War, WWI - INFO NEEDED
Stuart Millikin Bevans, Captain, USMA - Died In Philippines In 1938 - INFO NEEDED
William Beverley, Major General - Decorated Veteran of WWII & Korean War
John Sheridan Biays, Lieutenant Colonel, WWII - Descendant Of First President of US In Congress
Haskell McKinkey Bible, Private First Class, Killed In World War I, One Day Before The Armistice
George Anthony Bicher, Jr., Colonel, USMA - Corps of Engineers, Korea, Vietnam - LM, BSM, AM
Thomas Edward Biddle, Jr., Second Lieutenant, Killed In Action At The Battle of Bulge In World War II - PH
James Biddle - Brigadier General, Civil War, Indian Wars
Michael John Bierilo, Specialist, Aviation Specialist, Killed In A Boating Accident
Henry F. Biernacki, Master Sergeant, Korean War, Killed In Aircraft Accident On The Way To Vietnam - Memorial Stone - SS
Christian M. Biersack, Colonel, Engineering Officer, World War II
Ira Oris Biffle, First Lieutenant, Early Army Aviator, WWI, Taught Charles Lindbergh To Fly
John Bigelow, Jr., Lieutenant Colonel, USMA - Indian Wars, SAW, Wounded In Battle For Santiago, Cuba - Father Was Secy Of State
John Shaw Billings, Lieutenant Colonel - Medical Pioneer
Tramaine J. Billingsley, Private First Class, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - PH, BSM
Hiram Bingham, Lieutenant Colonel (WWI), Explorer, United States Senator
Lafayette Bingham - Lieutenant Colonel, Civil War
Robert H. Bingham, Colonel, WWII, Korea, Highly Decorated
Fred Eric Binckli, Corporal, Spanish-American War - Distinguished Service Cross (DSC)
Herman Hoffman Birney, Captain, Medical Officer - Father Of Herman Hoffman Birney Jr (Author AKA David Kent)
Edward Arnold Birmingham, Sergeant - Killed In Vietnam
Henry Patrick Birmingham, Brigadier General, Medical Officer - Spanish-American War, Indian Wars, Philippines, World War I
William Henry Bisbee, Brigadier General - One Of Longest Serving Civil War Era Officers
Harry Gore Bishop, Major General, USMA - Mexican Border, WWI - Chief of Artillery - DSM - A Suicide Victim
Hoel Smith Bishop, Colonel, USMA, Indian Wars - INFORMATION NEEDED
Hoel Smith Bishop, Jr., Colonel, USMA - Son of Hoel Smith Bishop, Colonel, USA - INFO NEEDED
Victor Biskup, First Lieutenant - World War II, IRS Intelligence Agent
Ernest Aaron Bixby, Brigadier General, USMA - WWI, WWII - SS, LM, BSM
George Willard Bixby, Colonel - Engineering Officer, West Point, WWII, Korea
William Herbert Bixby, Brigadier General, USMA - Chief of Engineers - USS Maine Recovery
Charles P. Bixel, Brigadier General - INFORMATION NEEDED
Frederick Harry Black, Brigadier General - World War II - INFO NEEDED
George Z. W. Black, Lieutenant Colonel, Civil War, 107th Pennsylaniva - INFORMATION NEEDED
Gorham L. Black, Jr., Colonel, Public Official, World War II, Korean War - SS, LM, PH
Hanson Briscoe Black, Colonel, Son of George Z.W. Black - INFORMATION NEEDED
Henry G. Black, Private, 147th Aero Group, World War I, Killed By A Lightning Strike In France In 1918
Hugo Lafayette Black, Captain (WWI), US Senator, Supreme Court Justice
Paul Vernon Black, Chief Warrant Officer, Killed In Vietnam War In 1971 - Returned Home In 2003
Robert Kirkland Black, Second Lieutenant, Killed In 1938 Crash Of A Bomber In Georgia
Robert "Russell" Black, Captain - Air Observer, WWII, Voice of America
Robert M. W. Black, United States Military Academy, Resigned & Devoted His Life To The Ministery - Son of A Colonel
Franklin C. Blackmon, Jr., Major, Died Of Bacterial Meningitis Two Weeks After Returning From A Tour In Iraq
Donald D. Blackburn, Brigadier General, A Green Beret Founder - WWII, Vietnam - SS, LM, BSM, PH
George W. Blackinton, Colonel, World War I - Distinguished Service Cross (DSC)
Frederic Delano Blackwell,Specialist 5, Special Forces, Killed In Vietnam War
George Clements Blackwell, Colonel, World War II - LM, BSM
Byron Blake, Private, Civil War - Great Story About General Sherman
Charles Raymond Blake, Lieutenant Colonel, Air Service - World War I - Distinguished Service Cross (DSC)
Harold Whittle Blakeley, Major General, WWI, WWII, SS, LM, BSM
Jesse A. Blamires, Sergeant, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - BSM, PH
Wendell Blanchard, Colonel, USMA - WWII - Son-In-Law Of Bruce Palmer Sr.
Michael Blanchette, Staff Sergeant, Iraq, Afghanistan - Suicide Victim While On Leave From Afghanistan - PH
Florence Aby Blanchfield, Lieutenant Colonel, WWI, WWII, First Female Commissioned Officer In History
Ebbie Bland, Private, Spanish-American War, Died At Siboney, Cuba - INFORMATION NEEDED
George Earl Bland, Colonel, USMA, WWII, Korea, Vietnam - DSM, SS, LM, BSM, PH, AM
William J. Bland, Major, Killed In WWI - His Wife Traveled To France, Located His Body And Brought It Home - PH
Walter Parks Blanton, Lieutenant Colonel, WWII, Korea, Vietnam - Then An Episcopal Priest
Russell Keith Blatz, Specialist 4, Killed In Vietnam In 1968 - BSM, PH
Edward F. Blazejewski, Killed In Korea In 1950 - Returned Home In 2006 - PH
William Pinckney Bledsoe, Brigadier General, WWI, WWII - LM, BSM, PH
Frederick Arthur Blesse, Brigadier General, WWI, WWII - Ranking Medical Officer - DSM, LM
Howard J. Blesso, Master Sergeant - Korea & Vietnam
Alexander Bliss, Colonel, Quartermaster Corps, Civil War - INFORMATION NEEDED
Raymond Whitcomb Bliss, Major General, - WWI, WWII, Korean War - Surgeon General of the Army
The Bliss Family An Army Tradition
Albert Blithe, Sergeant, Easy Company In WWII, Korean War - Airborne - SS, BSM, PH
Richard Block, Chief Warrant Officer - Killed In Helicopter Crash In Panama
Bonita Irene Reifenstahl Blocker, Wife of General Jack S. Blocker, USA, Retired
Jack S. Blocker, Brigadier General, World War II, Korea - DSM, BSM
Johnny B. Blocker, Specialist 6, WWII, Korea - Red Ball Express - CIB, BSM, PH
Augustus P. Blocksom, Major General, USMA - Indian Wars, Boxer Rebellion, SAW, WWI- Wounded At San Juan Hill - PH,SS
Elizabeth A. Blomer, Colonel - WWII, Korea, Vietnam - Normandy Invasion
Edward John Bloom, First Lieutenant, Shot & Killed By A Private From His Own Regiment In The Philippines In 1908
Jacob Emanuel Bloom, Major, USMA, Indian Wars, SAW, Philippines
Luzerne Atwell Blue, Corporal, World War I, Professional Baseball Player
Ferdinand F. Blume, Corporal, World War I - Distinguished Service Cross (DSC)
Richard C. Blumenkrantz, Sergeant, Air Service - Killed With 6 Others In 1921 Air Crash In Maryalnd
Charles Edward Blunt, Colonel, USMA, Engineers, Civil War - INFORMATON NEEDED
Wilfrid M. Blunt, Colonel, USMA - WWI, WWII - LM - Great-Grandson Of Francis Scott Key
Rodney Alger Blyth, Colonel - USMA - Quartermaster Corps
Roy Boatman, Master Sergeant, Vietnam - PH - Son Killed In Iraq - Buried Together
Haydon LeMaire Boatner, Major General, USMA - WWII - SS, DSM, BSM - Brother of A USAF Lieutenant General
Linton S. Boatwright, Major General, USMA - WWII, Korea - SS, DSM, LM, BSM, AM
Walter P. Bobbio, Sergeant - WWII, Post War CIA Operative
Everett H. Bobbitt, Jr., Second Lieutenant, Air Corps - Killed In 1932 Crash While Flying Home For The Holidays
Chester J. Bobinski, Jr., Colonel, Army & Air Force Mututal Aid Assocaition, POW/MIA Liaison
Sumner Homer Bodfish, First Lieutenant, USMA - Civil War, Indian Wars - Resigned - Then Civil Engineer
Robert Francis Bodroghy, Colonel - Airborne Officer In Korean War, Central Intelligence Agency
Alan Brent Boffman, First Lieutenant, Army Aviator - Lost In Vietnam War In 1971 - Returned Home In 1990 - PH
Edgar W. Boggan, Lieutenant Colonel, Planned Funeral Of General Douglas MacArthur & President John F. Kennedy
John McGee Bohen, Lieutenant Colonel, USMA - Korea, Vietnam - BSM
Bradley S. Bohle, Sergeant First Class, Special Forces Medic - Killed In Afghistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - PH, BSM, CIB
Michael Boiko, Sergeant, World War I - Distinguished Service Cross (DSC)
Matthew T. Bolar, Specialist, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Frank Crandall Bolles, Brigadier General, USMA - Philippines, WWI - Distinguished Service Cross (DSC) Two Awards, PH
Alexander Russell Bolling - Lieutanant General, Highly Decorated - WWI, WWII & Korea - DSC, DSM, SS, LM, BSM, PH
Robert Hagedorn Bolling, Major, Medical Officer, WWI - Cousin of Mrs. Woodrow Wilson, Father Of A. R. Bolling
George L. Bomberger, Contract Surgeon, Civil War - INFORMATION NEEDED
Charles Hartwell Bonesteel, USMA, Major General - World War II - Korean War - DSM, LM, BSM
Charles Hartwell Bonesteel III, General, USMA, WWII, Korea
Francis Hamilton Bonham, Lieutenant Colonel, Air Corps - USMA, WWII Aviator - Killed In Air Accident
James Butler Bonham, Colonel, USMA - WWII, Korea, Vietnam - SS, BSM
Donald Raymond Bonko, Captain, USMA - Killed In Vietnam War - PH - INFORMATION NEEDED
Guy L. Bonner, First Lieutenant, United States Army Air Corps, Missing Over Japan In WWII - AM, PH
John Woodrow Bonner, Colonel, World War II - Governor of Montana
Henry C. Bonnycastle, Colonel, Spanish-American War, Philippine Insurrection, Mexican Border
Edward H. Bonsall III, Lieutenant Colonel, Korea, Vietnam, Highly Decorated
Joseph S. Bonsall, Sr. - PFC, WWII, Normandy Invasion, Silver Star, Bronze Star, Purple Heart
Darryl D. Booker, Sergeant, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Joseph Anthony Bookhamer, Lieutenant Colonel - World War II & Korean War Veteran
Edwin Victor Bookmiller, Colonel - USMA - Philippines, Boxer Rebellion - Balangiga Massacre
Canfield D. Boone, Colonel - Killed In Terrorist Attack On The Pentagon
Howard R. Boose, Jr., Colonel - WWII Armor Officer, Intelligence Specialist
Cornell Dent Booth, Colonel - USMA - WWII - Possible Murder-Suicide Of He & Wife
Donald Prentice Booth, Lieutenant General, USMA - World War II Commander
Ewing E. Booth, Major General, Spanish-American War, Philippines WWI
Lucian Dent Booth, Colonel, USMA - Father of Cornell Dent Booth - INFORMATION NEEDED
Ewing E. Booth, Major General, Spanish-American War, Philippines WWI
Mary Jane Booth, United States Army Spouse & September 11 Victim
John Arthur Boronski, Staff Sergeant - Killed In Vietnam - Retrurned Home In 2001
Lewis Hudson Boss, Captain, 108th Machine Gun Battalion, Killed In WWI - PH - INFO NEEDED
Charles Magdefrau Boteler - WWI Veteran & Insurance Executive
James Earl Boteler, First Lieutenant, Killed In Action, World War I - INFORMATION NEEDED
Charles Lawrence Bolte, General - Army Vice Chief of Staff (WWI & WWII)
Samuel J. Bonette, Lieutenant Colonel, WWII, Korea - College Professor
Charles Austin Booth, Colonel, USMA - Indian Campaigns - 7th U. S. Infantry
Michael J. Bordelon, First Sergeant, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
George Pennington Borden, Brigadier General - USMA - Civil War, Indian Wars
William Ayres Borden, Brigadier General, Ordnance Specialist - WWI, WWII - DSM, LM
Frederick Wegener Boschen, Major General, Spanish-American War, WWI, Chief of Finance - From Private to Major General
Peter M. Bosco, Colonel, World War II, CIA Official
Steve Boskovich, Command Sergeant Major - WWII, Korea, Vietnam, Iran
Thomas G. Bostick, Jr., Major, Army Ranger - Killed In Afghanistan - Operation Enduring Freedom - BSM, PH
Alfred C. Boswell, Captain, Army Air Corps, World War II, European Theater - SS
Horace C. Tobe Bouchelion - Colonel, MSC, Decorated In Vietnam
Truman Everett Boudinot, Major General, World War II - INFORMATION NEEDED
Jeremy Paul Bouffard, Corporal, Killed In Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom
Daniel Hall Boughton, Major, USMA - Cavalry Officer - Commanded Fort Myer - INFORMATION NEEDED
Horace Boughton, Brigadier General, Civil War - 143 NY Infantry - INFORMATION NEEDED
Calvin Bouknight, Specialist 5, Medic, 7th Cavalry, Killed In Ia Drang Valley Of Vietnam - SS, PH
James Anthony Boumbouras, Brigadier General, Pennsylvania National Guard, WWII, D-Day, Battle of the Bulge - SS, BSM, PH
Cledith Bourdeau, Captain - World War II, Pacific, Distinguished Service Cross
Gustave Toutant Bouregard, Captain, Military Intelligence, WWI - Grandson of P.G.T. Beauregard, CSA - INFO NEEDED
William P. Bourland, First Lieutenant, Killed In WWI - PH, Distinguished Service Cross (DSC)
Clement Lincoln Bouve, Lieutenant Colonel, WWI - Registrar of Copyrights
Collin J. Bowen, Sergeant, Died of Wounds From Afghanistan, 72 Days In Hospital, Operation Enduring Freedom - PH, BSM
Frank Buford Bowen, Lieutenant Colonel, Normandy Landing On D-Day
Clarence H. Bowers, Brigadier General, SAW, WWI - Headed Philippine Constubalury For 30 Years - DSM
William E. Bowers, Lieutenant Colonel, USMA - Killed In Iraq On A Civilian Engineering Mission
Veronza Bowers Sr., Sergeant, United States Army
Albert Jesse Bowley, Lieutenant General, USMA, Artillery, Spanish War, WWI - DSM
William Bowie, Captain - Geodetic Survey, World War I
Frederick J. Bowles, Pvt - Civil War, Died Of Wounds/Disease - Now He Is "Reunited" With His Family
Galen Ellis Bowman, Sergeant, World War II, Korean Conflict - Long-Time Educator
Frank Bowser, Private, Killed In Philippines Insurrection Wth Guy Furnando Keithley
Charles Trumbull Boyd, Captain, Cavalry - Killed In Action In The Mexican Border Expedition
Richard Klemm Boyd, Sr., Colonel - USMA - WWII, Korea, BSM, PH, 82nd Airborne
Richard Klen Boyd, Jr., Major - Killed In Action, Vietnam War - PH - Son Of Colonel Boyd
Robert U. Boyd, Jr., Lieutenant Colonel, Korea, Vietnam - Killed In 1969 Auto Accident In Indiana
Frederic William Boye, Brigadier General, USMA - Mexican Border, WWI, WWII - DSM, LM
Frederic William Boye, Jr., Major General, Son Of A General - WWII, Vietnam - INFO NEEDED
Charles M. Boyer, Colonel - World War I, World War II - Coast Artillery Corps\
Ruby Lee Boyer, 93, Army Wife And Model - Wife of Charles M. Boyer, Colonel, USA
Wilbur LeRoy Boyer, First Lieutenant, Tank Corps, WWI, Lost Left Eye, Died Of Flu - PH
Richard Donald Boyle, Major General - USMA - Highly Decorated - Atomic Bomb Tests
Joe Reese Brabson, Lieutenant Colonel, WWI, Died At Age 50 Of Liver Infection - DSM, PH
Joe Reese Brabson, Jr., Lieutenant Colonel, USMA - Killed On WWII Air Mission - AM, PH
John G. Brackenridge, Lieutenant Colonel - WWI, WWII, Artillery, Adjutant General Corps
William A. Brackens, Sergeant First Class, Army Ranger - WWII, Korea, Vietnam - PH
Albert Gallatin Brackett, Colonel, Civil War, Indian Wars, Cavalry Officer - INFO NEEDED
Hoby F. Bradfield, Jr., Specialist, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Karl Slaughter Bradford, Brigadier General, USMA - Cavalry Officer - WWI, WWII - LM
William Brooks Bradford, Brigadier General, VMI, Cavalry Officer, WWII, Olympic Equestrian Teams
Alfred Eugene Bradley, Brigadier General, Surgeon, SAW, Philippines, Indian Wars, WWI
Follett Bradley, Major General, Army Air Corps, WWI, WWII, Son Of Alfred E. Bradley
Follett Bradley, Jr., First Lieutenant, Air Corps, Killed In 1941 Airplane Accident In England
George W. Bradley, Captain, Civil War - INFORMATION NEEDED
Luther Prentice Bradley, Major General - Civil War
Omar Nelson Bradley, General of the Army - World War II General, Army Chief of Staff
Ruby Bradley, Colonel, Army Nurse, Highly Decorated, POW In WWII, Korean War
Aaron Bradshaw, Jr., Major General, USMA - WWI, WWII - Artillery Commander - DSM, SS, LM
John C. Brady, Sergeant - WWII, Wounded At Anzio Landings - Army Ranger
Edward Wright Brady, Second Lieutenant, USMA - Buried Next To T. J. Brady, INFORMATON NEEDED
John J. Brady, Lieuenant Colonel, WWII, Battle of the Bulge - CoS of House Committee on Foreign Affairs - BSM, PH
Thomas Jefferson Brady, Brigadier General, Public Official - Civil War - INFORMATION NEEDED
Paul F. Braim, Colonel - Highly Decorated Veteran of WWII, Korea & Vietnam
David Leggs Brainard, Colonel - Indian Wars, Arctic Explorer
Frank Braisted, First Lieutenant, Civil War - 84th Ohio Infantry - INFORMATION NEEDED
Sidney H. Branch, Tech Sergeant - Killed In May 1944 - Returned Home In 1974
William F. Brandes, Colonel, USMA - Corps of Engineers - Vietnam - LM, BSM
Guy E. Brandt, Second Lieutenant, Killed In Action, World War I - PH - INFORMATION NEEDED
Keith A. Brandt, Captain, Army Aviator - Killed In Laos, Vietnam War, Killed In 1971, Returned Home In 1990 - PH
Donald Weldon Brann, Major General, WWI, WWII - Died on Active Duty In Europe In 1945 - DSM, LM
Clifford A. Branson, Chief Warrant Officer 4, Army Combat Aviator - Left Us Way Too Soon
Joseph K. Bratton, Lieutenant General, USMA - Vietnam - Chief of Army Engineers - DSM, LM, BSM
Gustav J. Braun, Brigadier General, World War I - Distinguished Service Cross (DSC)
Robert W. Breaks, Colonel, West Point, Chemical Corps, WWII
Joshua Enoch Bredlau, Specialist, Combat Medic, Iraq - Killed In Virginia Auto Accident - Left Us Way Too Soon
Dale G. Brehm, Sergeant, Army Ranger - Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Timothy R. Breneman, Chief Warrant Officer, United States Army, Killed In Aircraft Accicent in Germany
Donald R. Brenner, CWO, Aviator, Vietnam War, Highly Decorated
Richard Wilson Brett, Second Lieutenant, Air Forces, Killed Over Casablanco, Morocco, In WWII
Sereno Elmer Brett, Brigadier General, World War I - Distinguished Service Cross (DSC), Silver Star, DSM - Led FirstUS Tank Attack In WWI
Ross Bradley Bretz, Colonel, Medical Officer - World War I - Son of a Congressman
Carlos Brewer, Major General, USMA, World War II, 12th Armored Division
Madison Mills Brewer, Captain, Surgeon - Spanish War, Philippines - INFORMATION NEEDED
Roy Clayton Brewer, Colonel - World War II, Two Silver Star Medals
Charles Frederic Brewster - Colonel, WWI Veteran, Intelligence Specialist
Margaret E. "Margo" Brewster, Lieutenant Colonel, Career Military Officer
Arthur Tilghman Brice, Jr., Colonel, World War I - Distinguished Service Cross (DSC) - INFO NEEDED
Edwin Dyson Bricker, Brigadier General, USMA - Spanish-American War, Philippines, World War I, World War II - SS, DSM
Charles H. Bridges, Major General, Spanish-American War, Philippines, WWI - INFO NEEDED
Jerry Glen Bridges, Sergeant - Missing In Vietnam In 1968 - Returned Home In 2001
Ronald Daniel Briggs, Captain - Lost Over Vietnam In 1969, Returned Home In 2002
Gilbert G. Brinckerhoff, Colonel - WWII, Enginering Officer
Robert Amedee Bringham, Captain, USMA - Badly Wounded In WWI - Veterans Administration - PH
Robert M. Bringham, Colonel - USMA, WWII, Korea, Vietnam, Silver Star
Francis Gerard Brink, Brigadier General, World War II - DSM - INFO NEEDED
Noah M. Brinson - Colonel, WWII Aide To General Eisenhower
William James Briscoe, Captain, Died In Philippines In 1922 Saving Two Natives From Forest Fire
Jared Brissette, Sergeant, 82nd Airborne - Afghanistan, Iraq - Died Of Brain Cancer At Age 22
Francis Anthony Brittingham, Chief Warrant Officer, WWII, Korean War - BSM
James Francis Brittingham, Brigadier General, WWI, WWII - DSM, SS, LM, BSM, PH
Darwin A. Brock, Colonel, Private to Colonel - WWII, Korea, Vietnam - LM, BSM, PH, CIB
Joseph A. Brock, Sergeant First Class, Kosovo, Iraq, Afghanistan - Died In Pennsylvania At 38 - Left Us Too Soon
John E. Brdeja, Sergeant, Air Corps - Killed In 1942, Returned Home In 2003
Alexander Oswald Brodie - Colonel, A Rough Rider In The Spanish-American War
Paul Brodie, Captain, 79th New York Volunteer Infantry - Civil War
Phillip J. Brodnick, Corporal, Killed In Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom
Van Seymour Brokaw, Captain, Army Engineers, WWI, WWII, Killed In Aircraft Accident
Charles V. Bromley, Jr., USMA - Major General, World War II, Korean War - DSM, LM, BSM
John Rutter Brooke, Brigadier General - Next To The Last Civil War General To Die (1926)
Wendell H. Brookley, Captain, United States Army Air Service - Killed In 1934 Aircraft Accident
Edward Hale Brooks, Lieutenant General - WWI, WWII, Korea
Herrold Emerson Brooks, Jr., Lieutenant Colonel, USMA - Infantry & Airborne
Lyle Gibson Brooks, Major, Killed In The Vietnam War - PH
Timothy P. Brooks, Lieutenant Colonel, USMA - The Old Guard, Afghanistan - LM, BSM
William Dandridge Brooks, Jr., Colonel, WWII, Korea - Selective Service Official - BSM, LM
George O. Broussard, Second Lieutenant - Air Corps -Killed In WWII - INFORMATION NEEDED
Albert Eger Brown, Major General, USMA - Vera Cruz, WWI, WWII- Son Buried With Him - LM, BSM
Albert Eger Brown, Jr., Second Lieutenant, USMA - Graduated In June 1940 - Killed In November 1940 Auto Accident
Ames T. Brown, Brigadier General, WWI, WWI - New York Adjutant General - DSM, SS, PH
Arthur Winton Brown, Major General, Judge Advocate General
Charles Morris Brown, Second Lieutenant, Air Service - Killed At Fort Sill - INFORMATION NEEDED
Cyril M. Brown, Sergeant, World War II, Purple Heart, Bronze Star, Advertising Executive
David Carlton Brown, Captain - Killed In Vietnam War - BSM, PHM, AM, Father Was Harry C. Brown
Earl Ivan Brown, Colonel, USMA - Philippines, World War I, Engineer Corps
Earnest E. Brown, Private, Killed In 1944 Battle of the Bulge - Returned Home In 2006 - PH, BSM
Eleanor Brown, First Sergeant, World War II - A Life Of Service To America
Fred R. Brown, Colonel, WWI Infantry Commander - Illinois ROTC Commander - DSM
Frederic J. Brown, Lieutenant General, USMA - WWII, Korea, Vietnam - Author - DSM, SS, LM, BSM, AM
Gerald Curtis Brown. Brigadier General, USMA - INFO NEEDED
Harrison Brown, Sergeant, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH, BSM
Harry C. Brown, Colonel - World War II, Korean War - Son, David C. Brown Killed In Vietnam
Jack E. Brown, Sergeant, Army Boxing Champion, Bodyguard For Margaret Truman
Jason L. Brown, Sergeant, Special Forces - Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - BSM, PH
John G. Brown, Sergeant, Killed In Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Justus Morris Brown, Brigadier General, Assistant Surgeon General
Max Harlow Brown, Colonel, World War II, Korean War
Nathan Williams Brown, Brigadier General, Paymaster of the Army
Nicholas Paul Brown, Corporal, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - BSM, PH
Sydney Foster Brown, Captain - Army Ranger Badly Wounded In WWII
Thomas J. Brown, First Lieutenant, Killed In Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH, BSM
Tim R. Brown, Jr., Private First Class, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Tyler Hall Brown, First Lieutenant, Ranger, Airborne - Killed In Action In Iraq - PH
Walter William Brown, Lieutenant Colonel, Vietnam War, Computer Expert
Wyburn Dwight Brown, Brigadier General, USMA - Artillery Officer - WWII - BSM
Frederick William Browne, Brigadier General, Corps Of Engineers - WWI, WWII - LM
William Henry Browne, Brigadier Genreal - Indian Fighter
Perry Nathan Browning, Sergeant, Airborne, Special Forces, Medic - Killed In Vietnam
Donald G. Brownlow, Major, WWII - Normandy Invasion (D-Day), Battle of the Bulge - Educator - PH
Charles Bruce Brownson, Decorated Colonel & Member of Congress
Ari D. Brown-Weeks, Specialist, Killed In Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom, BSM
Joel Thomas Broyhill, Captain, Member of Congress - World War II, POW - BSM, PH
Andrew D.avis Bruce, Lieutenant General,  World War I - Distinguished Service Cross (DSC) - INFO NEEDED
Wilbur M. Brucker, 2nd Lieutenant, World War I, Secretary of the Army
Bernice L. Brudner, First Lieutenant, Army Nurse Corps, World War II
Leroy D. Brummitt, Colonel, WWII, From Private To Colonel, Airborne, SS, LM, BSM, CIB
Scott W. Brunkhorst, Staff Sergeant, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - PH, BSM
Daniel Harmon Brush, Jr., Brigadier General, USMA - Civil War, Indian Campaigns
James M. Brusitus, Colonel, Armored Cavalry, Vietnam War, BSM, PH
William Jennings Bryan, Colonel (Spanish-American War) & Secretary of State
Cunningham C. Bryant, Major General, DC National Guard Commander, WWII, DSM, LM, BSM, PH
Donald Ray Bryant, Captain - Killed In Helicopter Crash In Vietnam
Jack Bryant, Jr., Sergeant, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Lisa N. Bryant - Second Lieutenant - Murder Victim
Louise V. Bryant, Army Nurse, Civil War
Thomas Milton Bryant, Colonel, Vietnam War, Automation Specialist, Library of Congress - LM, BSM
Todd J. Bryant, First Lieuteant, USMA, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
William L.Bryden, USMA, Major General -  WWI & WWII Veteran - Deputy Chief of Staff of the Army
John T. Bubeck, Sergeant, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - BSM, PH
Fred E. Buchan, Colonel, SAW, WWI - Awarded DSM For His Part In Breaking The Hindenburg Line In WWI
James Anderson Buchanan, Brigadier General - Presidential Relative
Francis J. Buchanan, Private, World War II, Relative Of President Buchanan
Thomas S. Buchanan, Private, Killed In Action, Civil War - 26th Michigan Volunteer Infantry
Oliver Boone Bucher, Brigadier General, VMI - WWI, WWII - LM - Son Is Also Buried In ANC
Kenneth Buchanan, Major General, WWI, WWII - LM, BSM - Aide To G. C. Marshall
William Pickney Buchanan - First Lieutenant, Drowned In Iowa (1822)
Alfred Eliab Buck, Colonel, Member of Congress, American Diplomat
Henry Eugene Buck, Sergeant, Korean War, Vietnam War, BSM, PH
William Langdon Buck, Colonel, USMA, Son of A Confederate Colonel, Brother-in-Law of A Medal of Honor Recipient
Frank Woodruff Buckles, Corporal, Last American Survivor Of World War I
Francis X.Buckley, Lieutenant Colonel - Led Famous 'Anzio Linkup' In World War II
William Francis Buckley, Lieutenant Colonel - Murdered CIA Official
Nicholas Budesky, Command Sergeant Major - WWII, Korean War, Vietnam War
Francis Buehler, Captain, Civil War - 68th New York Infantry - INFORMATION NEEDED
Jeffrey Robert Buhr, Sergeant, 82nd Airborne, Gulf War - Left Us Too Soon
Charles H. Buehring, Lieutenant Colonel - Special Forces - Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom, PH
Finn Buer, Sergeant, United States Army Air Forces, Killed In World War II, Returned Home In 2003, PH
Adelbert Rinaldo Buffington, Brigadier General, USMA, Civil War - Chief of Ordnance - INFO NEEDED
Ralph Maurice Buffington, Major, Died In 1933 At Age of 53
Ralph Maurice Buffington, Jr., Second Lieuenant, USMA - Killed In Action In Korea In 1950 - PH
Fred W. Bugbee, Colonel, Spanish-American War, Philippines, WWI - Rough Riders - DSM, PH
Lanier Dunn Buford, Colonel, VMI, WWII, BSM, LM, Airborne Officer
John Spencer Bukey, First Lieutenant, Civil War, Company D, 11th West Virginia Infantry (Union)
Bozeman Bulger, Lieutenant Colonel, World War I - Famous New York Sports Writer
Harold Roe Bull, Lieutenant General, USMA - WWI, WWII Combat Commander - DSM, SS, LM, BSM
Henry Tilghman Bull, Colonel, Spanish-American War - World War I, World War II - INFO NEEDED
Frank Bunchuk, Sergeant, Killed In Korea In 1950 - Returned Home In 2007 - PH, CIB
Omar Bundy, General - Army Chief of Staff, World War I
Robert C. Bunge, Captain, World War I - Purple Heart, Distinguished Service Cross (DSC)
William Beehler Bunker, Lieutenant General, USMA - World War II - Army Aviation Innovator
Brian M. Bunting, Captain, USMA - Killed In Afghanistan - BSM, PH
James Brattle Burbank, Brigadier General, Civil War, Indian Wars, Spanish-American War
Stephen Gano Burbridge, Major General - Civil War - Saved Kentucky For Union
Frank E. Burdell, Jr., Colonel, World War II, Korean War, Vietnam War
Samuel Swinfin Burdett, Captain (Civil War) & Member of Congress
Harold D. Burdick, Major, USNA - World War I - INFORMATION NEEDED
Wiley H. Burford, Second Lieutenant, Killed In Action, World War I - PH
Frederick Burge, Sergeant, Killed In Vietnam In 1968 - Wife Died In 2007 - PH
George Burgess, First Lieutenant - Early Army Aviator
Preston M. Burgess, Sergeant, POW In Korea, Died In Captivity - Returned Home In November 2005 - PH
Armer N. Burkart, Specialist, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Arthur W. Burke, Major, World War II, 328th Infantry - Killed In Action - PH - INFO NEEDED
 J. Herbert Burke, Sergeant (WWII) & Member of Congress
John R. Burke, First Lieutenant - Korean War - Foreign Service Officer - US Ambassador
Paul Larsen Burke, Colonel - WWII, BSM, LM, From Private To Colonel
Joseph William Burkett, Major - Infantry Officer - Killed In Action, Vietnam 1964
William Crocker Burkit, Captain, WWII, Killed In Action In Korea - CIB. PH, BSM
John Burleson, Hospital Corps, Spanish-American War, 1st Volunteer Cavalry, The Rought Riders
Nathaniel Alanson Burnell, Brigadier General, USMA - Coast Artillery Corps - WWII - DSM, LM, BSM
Sheldon John Burnett, Colonel, USMA - Killed In Vietnam In 1971 - Returned Home In 2005 - PH
William P. Burnham, Major General, World War I Infantry Division Commander
John Franklin Burner III, Sergeant, Died Of Illness In Iraq, Operation New Dawn - BSM
James Henry Burns, Major General, USMA - Vera Cruz, WWI, WWII - Chief of Army Ordnance - DSM
John H. Burns, Major, WWI, Editor, The Infantry Journal - Died At 53 In 1940
Joseph Edward Burns, Captain, World War II, Pacific Theater, SS, BSM, CIB
Paul Patrick Burns, Major General, Transportation, Infantry & Finance Officer - Vietnam
Wiliam Wallace Burns, Brigadier General - USMA, Civil War, Commissary Officer
Withers Alexander Burress, Lieutenant General, VMI - WWI, WWII Combat Commander - DSM, SS, LM, BSM
Andrew Burris, Major - 82nd Airborne - Killed In Tragic Training Accident
Harmon P. Burroughs - Major, Civil War - Submitted By Great-Grandson
Sherman V. Burroughs, Captain, WWII - Killed-In-Action On D-Day, Omaha Beach Landing - PH
Millard M. Burrows, Second Lieuenant, Coast Artillery Corps - INFO NEEDED
Reynolds Johnston Burt, Brigadier General, USMA - Son of Andrew Sheridan Burt
Reynolds Johnston Burt Jr., Colonel, USMA - Son Of Reynolds Johnston Burt, Grandson of Andrew Sheridan Burt
Andrew Sheridan Burt, Brigadier General, Civil War, Spanish-American War
George Hall Burton - Brigadier General, Indian Wars
Robert Benjamin Burton, Captain - Physician & Highly Decorated WWII Hero
Harold Hubert Burwell, Tech 5, World War II - Washington DC Metropolitan Police Detective
Charles Manley Busbee, Brigadier General, USMA - Mexican Border, WWI, WWII - LM
Elbert Wayne Bush, SP-5, Killed In Vietnam In 1973 - Returned Home In 2000
James Emerson Bush, Jr., Captain - Army Air Corps - USMA, Killed In Action In World War II
Morgan Marion Bush, Major, United States Army - Helen Bush, Lieutenant, United States Army - World War II, Korean War
Sterling Champ Bush, Colonel, World War II, Greece, NATO, Signal Corps
Orin J. Bushey, Colonel, Air Corps - Killed In World War II - PH - INFO NEEDED
William D. Bushong, Jr., Second Lieutenant, 326th Infantry, 82nd Division, Killed In WWI - PH
Cyrus Bussey - Civil War General & Government Official
Alfred Lowell Bussell, Tech 5, WWII Prisoner of War, Battle of The Bulge, BSM
Charles D. Bussey, Major General, Innovative Chief of Public Affairs - DSM, LM, AM, BSM
Marlon A. Bustamante, Specialist, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Grant L. Butcher, Master Sergeant, Air Corps - Sole Survivor, POW - INFO NEEDED
Steve Butcher, Jr., Sergeant, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH, BSM
Clayton L. Butler, Chief Warrant Officer, Korea, Vietnam - Church Leader
Jason M. Butkus, Sergeant, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH, BSM, CIB
Jesse Butler, Brigadier General, World War II - Army Reserves
Matthew Calbraith Butler, Jr., Lieutenant Colonel, USMA - Son Of A Confederate General & US Senator - Murdered In Texas In 1916
Robert Lewis Butler, Second Lieutenant - Killed In Action In WWI - INFORMATION NEEDED
Tommy Don Butler, Specialist 4th Class - Killed In The Gulf War
Archibald Willingham Butt - Died On The Titantic
Leslie Louis Buttleman, Colonel - Army Security Agency, National Security Agency
William Thomas Butts, Sergeant - Killed In Desert Storm
Edwin B. Buttery, Colonel, USMA, World War II, Battle of the Bulge
Casey Byers, Specialist, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Paul Justin Byers, Specialist, Killed In Traffic Accident - Brother of Casey Byers
Charles V. Byers, Lieutenant Colonel - WWII, Battle of the Bulge, Normandy, Market Garden
Clovis Ethelbert Byers, Lieutenant General, USMA, WWII, Korea - DSC, DSM, SS, BSM, PH, LM
Billy Wayne Byrd, Colonel - Armor Officer - WWII, Korea - Silver Star
Charles Christopher Byrne, Brigadier General, Medical Officer, Surgeon, Civil War
Henry A. Byroade, Brigadier General & American Diplomat
Stephen J. Byzek - Major, Pearl Harbor Survivor - Submitted By George Arrington
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Leonel Cabrera, Private First Class, Medic, 3rd U.S. Infantry - The Old Guard - Died in Training Accident
Herman Munroe Cady, Captain, Mexican War, Civil War - 17th US Infantry - INFORMATION NEEDED
Mark Ryan Climaco Caguioa, Corporal, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - In Memory Of Stone In ANC - PH
Joel E. Cahill, Captain, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Alfred A. Calambro, Captain - Philippine Scout - Bataan Death March Survivor
Jose Orlando Calderon, Sr., Sergeant - Killed In Terrorist Attack On The Pentagon: 11 September 2001
Eric Thomas Caldwell, Specialist, Killed In Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
John Willie Caldwell, Sergeant - Vietnam Veteran
Loren H. Call, First Lieuenant, Very Early Army Aviator - Killed In 1913 Air Crash In Texas
Charles Michael Callahan, Captain, Civil War, Indian Wars - INFORMATON NEEDED
Joseph A.Callahan - Colonel, On Patton's Staff In WWII
Thomas J. Callahan, Sr., Lieutenant Colonel - Decorated Veteran of WWII & Korea
George Russell Callender, Brigadier General, Ranking Medical Officer - WWI, WWII - DSM
Roger M. Calloway, Sergeant, WWI - Assistant Reading Clerk, US House of Representatives
Archibald Cameron, Private, Spanish-American War - Father of A. B. Cameron - INFORMATION NEEDED
Archibald Branks Cameron, Captain, World War II Casualty, 18th Infantry - INFORMATION NEEDED
Douglass Tilford Cameron, First Lieutenat, Killed In Action In World War I - General's Son
George Hamilton Cameron, Major General, USMA, Indian Wars, WWI, Calvary Officer, Philippines
Robert H. Cameron, Second Lieutenant, Killed In World War II (1944) - Returned Home In 2006 - PH
Frank Camm, Brigadier General - Combat Commander: World War I & II
Arthur Griffith Campbell, Brigadier General, VMI - WWI, WWII
Charles P. Campbell, Sergeant, Air Forces - WWII, Prisoner of War - PH
James E. Campbell, Colonel - WWII, Vietnam War
Jeremy M. Campbell, Sergeant, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
John Allen Campbell - Brigadier General, Civil War, Governor Of Wyoming
Karl A. Campbell, Sergeant, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - PH, BSM
Keith Allen Campbell, Specialist 4 - Highly Decorted Green Beret Medic - Killed In Vietnam
Lafayette E. Campbell, Colonel - Civil War, Indian Wars, Son-in-Law of F. T. Dent
Raymond Potter Campbell, Colonel - World War I, World War II - LM
Raymond Potter Campbell, Jr, Colonel - USMA, WWII, Vietnam, Nuclear Weapons, Aviation
Ryan M. Campbell, Sergeant, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Samuel A. Campbell, Sergeant, Civil War From Pennsylvania - INFORMATION NEEDED
William Franklin Campbell, Brigadier General, Quartermaster Corps, WWII - INFORMATION NEEDED
Anna H. Campos, Nurse, Spanish-American War, Died In Cuba In 1899
Charles Candy, Brigadier General - Civil War - Battle of Gettysburg
Edward Cantrell, Chief Warrant Officer Two - Special Forces, Iraq, Afghanistan - Died Trying To Save Daughters From House Fire
Libardo Eduardo Caraveo, Major, Killed In November 2009 Terrorist Shooting At Fort Hood, Texas
David C. Canegata, Lieutenant Colonel, Killed In Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Charles D. W. Canham, Major General - Highly Decorated Commander - "These Are My Credentials"
Ralph J. Canine, Lieutenant General, WWI, WWII, First Director of NSA, Commander of 1st Infantry Division
Ralph J. Canine, Jr., Lieutenant Colonel, World War II, Son Of The General
Fenlon Cannon, Major, Died In NYC In 1926 - INFO NEEDED
Milton Gales Carey, Lieutenant Colonel, WWII (Marines), Korea, Vietnam - Special Forces
Earl Clarke Carnahan, Colonel, From Private To Colonel - INFO NEEDED
Randolph Jefferson Cary, Sr., Lieutenant Colonel - USMA, WWII, Korean War
The Capron Family - Longtime American Military Family
William Henry Carthy, Captain, Mexican Border, World War I - Balloon Officer
Benjamin Cozzens Card, Colonel, Quartermaster, Civil War - INFORMATION NEEDED
Albert Parker Carden, Captain - Aviator - Killed In Action In Vietnam
Edwin F. Carey, Major, World War I, NYNG - Then Regular Army Air Service
George A. Carleton III, Lieutenant Colonel, World War II, Korean War
Joseph Carleton, Lieutenant Colonel - Revolutionary War Veteran
James Manderville Carlisle, Major, WWI- His Wife Was The Daughter of A General - INFO NEEDED
Michael C. Carlson, Sergeant, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - BSM, PH
Roderick Leland Carmichael, Major General, USMA, Artillery Officer
Jesse L. Carpenter, Sergeant - Decorated WWII Veteran, Homeless Person
Marion J. Carpenter, Sergeant - 94-Year-Old Female Vet Of WWII
Merle Landy Carey - Colonel, West Point Grad, WWII & Korea Veteran
Harvey McKee Carkin, Sergeant, Killed-in-Action, Vietnam War - PH
John H. Carlson, Colonel - USMA - Nuclear Weapons Specialist
Ezra Ayres Carman, Brigadier General - Civil War - US Department of Agriculture
Frank W. Carpenter, Hospital Steward, United States Army & Public Official
George Whitefield Carr, Jr., Sergeant Major, 93rd Indiana Infantry, Civil War - A Very Unique Stone - INFO NEEDED
Irving J. Carr - Brigadier Genral, Philippines Insurrection, World War I
William H. Carr, Captain, Philippines Insurrection, World War I, World War II
Gordon deL. Carrington, Brigadier Genreal, Panama, World War II - Coast Artillery Corps - Died On Active Duty
Paul Thomas Carroll, Brigadier General, USMA - Friend & Assistant to President Eisenhower
Paul Douglas Carron, Major, USMA, Iraq, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - PH, BSM
Charles Angle Carter, Sergeant, World War I - Post War Government Employee
Harold Morris Carter, Colonel, USMA - Ranger, Airborne - Vietnam War
Sam Carter, Lieutenant Colonel, World War II Combat Commander
Dr. James Carroll, Major - Yellow Fever Doctor
Robert Dexter Carter, Lieutenant Colonel, Son of Robert G. Carter - INFORMATION NEEDED
Thomas Clay Carter, First Lieutenant, Killed In Action In WWI, Argonne Forest - INFORMATION NEEDED
Angelene C. Carter, Army Spouse - Killed In The Terrorist Attack On The Pentagon, 11 September 2001
The Carter Family - An Army Tradition
Clifton Carroll Carter, Brigadier General, USMA, Professor At West Point, Son A Lieutenant General
James Devrin Carter, Chief Warrant Officer, Pilot - Killed In Action In Vietnam
Marshall S. Carter & Clifton Carroll Carter, Father & Son Army Generals
William Harding Carter, Second Lieutennat, Air Corps, Killed In 1941 Automobile Acciden - Son Of General W. V. Carter
Mitchell K. Carver, Jr., Chief Warrant Officer, Army Aviator - Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
James D. Cartwright, Sergeant, Killed In Panama Air Crash In 1941 - Returned Home In 2005
Roscoe Conklin Cartwright, Brigadier General, WWII, Korea, Vietnam - A Mentor & A Leader - Taken Too Soon
Charles C. Case, Major General, WWII, Korean - Quartermaster Hall of Fame - DSM, LM, BSM
Cynthia Bright Case, Army Nurse - Civil War - INFORMATION NEEDED
Richard H. Case, Lieutenant Colonel, WWII, Korea - D-Day At Normandy, Battle of the Bulge - WWII
Rolland Webster Case, Brigadier General, USMA - Ordnance Officer - LM
Arthur M. Casey, Major, Panama, Mexican Border, World War I
George William Casey - Major General,Killed In Vietnam
Hugh Boyd Casey, Major - WWII, Killed In Air Crash In Korean War - Son of Hugh John Casey
Hugh John Casey, Major General, USMA, Highly Decorated, Corps of Engineers, Father of Hugh Boyd
Joseph Edward Casey, Private (World War I) & Member of Congress
Frank Hiram Miller Cash, Second Lieutenant, Killed-In-Action, World War I - PH
John Anthony Cash, Sr., Colonel - Combat Vet, Author, Trainer For Bay of Pigs
William E. Cassedy, Corporal, Wounded In World War I - PH
Michael Paul Cassidy, Captain, Died Of Non-Combat Injuries In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom
William Edward Cassidy, Private First Class, Killed In Action, Vietnam War - PH
Luis R. Castillo-Silver, Staff Sergeant, Iraq Service, The Old Guard, 3rd US Infantry - Died Of Cancer At Age 36
William Applegate Castle, Lieutenant Colonel, Spanish-American War, Philippines Insurrection
Charles J. Catanach, Sergeant, Civil War - Son-In-Law Of John C Scofield, Chief War Department Clerk
David Cavalier, Sergeant - World War II Veteran - Homeless Person
Harry Gibbons Cavanaugh, Lieutenant Colonel, Civil War, Indian Wars, Spanish-American War, Wounded At Santiago, Cuba
Marie Therese Rossi Cayton, Major - Pilot Killed In The Gulf War
 Joseph Cefaratti, Lieutenant Colonel, Army Aviator, World War II, Korea
Bernard L. Ceo, Specialist, Killed In Accident In Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Anthony Alfred Ceresi, Lieutenant Colonel, WWII, Korean War - Normandy Landings - PH
Selby Franklin Chabot, Private First Class, Killed In Action, Korean Conflict - PH
The Chaffee Family, An Army Tradition
Guy Russell Chamberlin, Second Lieutenant, Killed In Action, World War I - PH
Stephen Jones Chamberlin, Lieutenant General, USMA - WWII Combat Commander - Navy Cross, DSM
Fred Van Schaick Chamberlain, Colonel, 46 Years Of Service - Spanish-American War
Ray W. Chamberlain, Colonel - Army Security Agency, LM
Linda M. Chambers, Specialist 4, "She Made It To Arlington"
John R. Champion, Jr., First Sergeant, Desert Storm, Darfur, Iraq, Afganistan - SS, BSM W/V, AM
Charles deForest Chandler, Colonel - Early Army Avitor, Chief of Air Bureau
Eli C. Chandler, Lieutenant Colonel, Engineer, World War II, Korean War
Jeremy Alan Chandler, Captain, Killed In Afghanistan - Operation Endiuring Freedom - PH
Arthur Fletcher Chaney, Chief Warrant Officer, Army Aviator - Lost Over Vietnam In 1968 - Returned Home In 2008 - DFC, PH
Billie Raymond Chaney, Captain, Killed In Vietnam While Serving As A Civilian Security Officer
Kristopher David Chapleau, Sergeant First Class, Died In Non-Combat Incident In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom
George W. Chapman, Lieutenant Colonel, WWII Prisoner Of War Of The Germans - SS, PH
Eleanor Charlton, Nurse, Spanish-American War, World War I
Charles T. Chase, Colonel - 26-Year Career, Vietnam Veteran
Constantine Chase, Lieutenant Colonel, Civil War - Career Artillery Officer
Kyu H. Chay, Sergeant, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - PH
Benjamin F. Cheatham, Major General, SAW, Philippines, WWI, QM General
Yihjyh Lang Chen, Sergeant, Killed In Action, Operations Iraqi Freedom, PH
Claire Lee Chennault - Lieuteant General, Flying Tigers
Ferdinand Joseph Chesarek, General - USMA - WWII Combat Commander - Army Comptroller
John W. Chickering, Captain, Civil War In Volunteer Service -- INFORMATION NEEDED
William Ellbridge Chickering, Brigadier General, Wounded & Captured In WWI, WWII - SS, LM, PH
Thomas Philoteos Chiffelle, Second Lieuenant, USMA, Resigned After 1 Year of Service - INFO NEEDED
Wilbur Herbert Childress, Sergeant Major, Accidentally Killed In Vietnam
Charles Chaille-Long, Captain, Cvil War - Egyptian Army - American Diplomat & Writer
Robert J. Chiomento II, Sergeant, Killed In Afghanistan - Operation Enduring Freedom - PH
Joseph Chmielewski, Private First Class - Killed In Action In WWII on 7 December 1944, PH
Min S. Choi, Private First Class, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - BSM, PH
Claude H. Chorpening - Major General, Died At Age 100
Robert Marc Chourret - Lieutenant Colonel, WWII & Korea Veteran
Daniel R. Chrismer, Specialist 4, Vietnam Veteran
Rusty Hunter Christian, Staff Sergeant, Special Forces - Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - PH, BSM, CIB
James M. Christen, Staff Sergeant, Iraq, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom, PH, BSM
Charles Wilkes Christenberry, Major General - World War II & Korean War
Alan N. Christensen, Colonel - USMA, Vietnam War
Arthur George Christensen, Colonel, WWII, Bataan Death March Survivor, POW - SS, LM
Lee Ross Christensen, Lieutenant Colonel, WWI, WWII - Survived Sinking Of WWI Troop Ship
Rolf S. Christenson, Sergeant - Tomb Relief Commander, 82 Airborne, Ranger, Desert Storm
Brett T. Christian, Sergeant, Killed In Action, Operation Iraqi Freedom
Aaron LaRue Christie, Major, Spanish-American War, Philippines Insurrection - INFO NEEDED
Claude B. Christman, Corporal, 27th Infantry - Killed In The Philippines In 1899
William Christman - Private, First Military Burial At Arlington
John Kay Christmas, Major General, WWI, WWII - Ordnance Officer - DSM, LM
William Carroll Christy, Brigadier General, USMA - WWI, WWII - DSM, LM
John Jacobsen Chubb, Private First Class, Killed In Vietnam In 1971, Returned Homed In 2006 - PH
John Huston Church, Major General, WWI, WWII, Korea - Distinguished Service Cross (DSC), SS, LM, PH
Theodore U. Church, Chief Warrant Officer, Army Aviator - Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Marlborough Churchill, Brigadier General, WWI - Chief of Army Intelligence - Relative of Winston Churchill
Alvin Mclean Churchwell, Colonel, Communications Specialist - World War II, Korean War
Edward Chynoweth, Major, USMA, Career Infantry Officer - Died On Active Duty In 1909
Harold E. Clancy - Army Veteran, War Correspondent, News Publisher
James R. Clapper, Colonel, WWII, Korea, Vietnam - Army Intelligence Officer
Dillard Hazelrig Clark, Major, USMA - Civil War, Indian Wars, WWI - INFORMATION NEEDED
Edwin Howard Clark, Captain, USMA - WWI, Son of Dillard H. Clark - INFORMATION NEEDED
Egbert Bailey Clark III, Colonel, Highly Decorated Combat Commander, Korea, Vietnam
Errol E. Clark, Colonel, Korea, Vietnam - SS, LM, BSM, PH - Combat Commander
Francis M. Clark, Colonel, 32-year Army Career - INFORMATON NEEDED
Halford Clark, Second Lieutenant, Aviation Section, Possibly Killed In WWI - INFORMATION NEEDED
Hallie A. Clark, Jr., Sergeant - Killed In Korean In 1950 - Returned Home In 2000
Frank Atherton Clark, First Lieutenant, 1st Maine Heavy Artillery, Civil War - INFO NEEDED
Frank Sheldon Clark, Brigadier General, WWI, WWII - Coast Artillery Corps - LM
George Washington Clark, Brigadier General, Civil War - US Marshal - INFORMATION NEEDED
Harold Melville Clark, Major, Early Aviator, First To Fly In Hawaii, Killed In Air Crash
Hollis Chenery Clark, Captain, USMA - Infantry Officer - INFORMATION NEEDED
 Joel Bennett Clark, Colonel (World War I), United States Senator
John Edward Clark, Lieutenant Colonel, WWII, Korean War - From Private To Lieutenant Colonel
Richard Paris Clark, Jr., Colonel, Korean War, Vietnam War - LM, BSM
William C. Clark, Jr. - Sergeant, Highly Decorated - Ranger Hall of Fame
William Thomas Clark - Major General, Civil War, Member of Congress
Bruce Cooper Clarke, General - USMA - Highly Decorated WWII Combat Commander
Carter Weldon Clarke, Brigadier General, WWI, WWII - Signal Corps - DSM, LM, BSM
Frederick J. Clarke, Lieutenant General, USMA, WWII, Chief of Army Engineers, D.C. Commissioner
Joel David Clarkson, Sergeant, Ranger, Special Forces - Killed In Afghanistan - CIB, Purple Heart, Bronze Star
Frank Butner Clay, USMA, Major General, WWII, Vietnam - DSM, SS, LM, DFC, BSM, PH
Donald Clayman, Brigadier General, WWII, Korea - DSC, SS, BSM, PH
Bertram Tracy Clayton, Colonel, USMA - Member of Congress, Killed in World War I
Powell Clayton, Brigadier General (Civil War), US Senator, US Ambassador
Powell Clayton, Jr, Major, Son Of The General & Senator - Killed In Horse Accident At Fort Sam Houston, Texas
Daniel F. Cleary, Major, World War II - Chairman, War Claims Commission Post WWII
Samuel J. Cleckner, Master Sergeant - WWII & Korea - Prisoner of War In North Korea
John Lincoln Clem, Major General - The Drummer Boy of Shiloh
Alfred J. Clement, Private First Class, Killed In 1944 (WWII, France), Retured Home In 2003 - BSM, PH
James L. Clement, Colonel - Died Of Natual Causes On Duty In Slovenia
Wallace L. Clement, Brigadier General - USMA, WWII, Korea, Vietnam - Highly Decorated
Andrew Franklin Clements, Major, USMA, Killed In Bridge Collapse In Oklahoma - Gone Too Soon
James Clemons, Captain, World War II - RELATIVE IS SEEKING INFORMATION
Samuel Houston Clemons, Colonel, World War II, Housing Official
Edgar Lewis Clewell, Brigadier General, WWI, WWII - Signal Corps - LM
John Robert Clifford, Corporal, Civil War - West Virginia Civil Rights Leader
Chester Victor Clifton, Jr., Major General - USMA, WWII, Assistant to Presidents Kennedy & Johnson
William Donald Clingempeel, Colonel, VMI - Vietnam War - 82 Airborne - LM, AM, PH
Charles G. Clinger, Lieutenant Colonel  - "Lived As A Lion"
Henry Whitney Closson, Brigadier General - Civil War Artillery Commander
Marian G. Clow, Master Sergeant, World War II, Capitol Hill Staffer
Charles F. Coates - Colonel & Decorated World War II Veteran
John Gregory Coan - Decorated Vietnam War Veteran
Edwin Mortimer Coates, Brigadier General, Civil War Officer
Willard Holbrook Coates - First Lieutenant,USMA, KIA In Korea
The Cobaugh Family: Henry A. & William David - Civil War Service From Pennsylvanaia
John Edward Cobb, Jr., Colonel, WWII, Korea, Vietnam - LM, BSM, AM
Earl J. Cobey, Colonel, World War II, Korean War, Vietnam War - From Private To Colonel
Harol Dever Coburn, Colonel, Spanish-American War - INFORMATION NEEDED
Henry Clay Coburn, Jr., Brigadier General, Medical Officer, WWI, WWII - LM
Kathleen Coburn, Daughter of John Gordon Coburn, General, United States Army
Frank Sherwood Cocheu, Major General, USMA, Indian Wars, Spanish-American
Joseph John Cochran - Sergeant, Wounded At The Battle of the Bulge, WWII
John Floyd Cochrane, First Lieutenant, Killed In Action, Vietnam War - PH
Stanley L. Cochrane, Second Lieutemanet, Early Army Aviator - Killed In World War I - INFO NEEDED
Erle Cocke, Jr., Brigadier General - National Commander of the American Legion - WWII
Frank Winston Coe, Major General, World War I, Chief of Coast Artillery - INFO NEEDED
Leslie William Coffelt - Died Defending The President of the United States
Alfred E. Coffey, Colonel, WWII Combat Veteran - SS, BSM, PH
Christopher James Coffland, Specialist, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom, PH, BSM
C. W. "Wes" Coghill, Colonel, World War II, 11th Regiment
Milton Cogswell, Colonel, USMA - Civil War Infantry Commander
Maurice Cohen, Sergeant, Air Corps - Killed In 1942, Returned Home In 2003
James Bolles Coit, Brigadier General, Civil War - Gettysburg, Antietam - INFORMATION NEEDED
Elbridge Colby, Colonel, WWI, WWII, Author, Father of William E. Colby
William Egan Colby, Captain, OSS Agent In WWII, Director of the CIA
James Alfred Cole, Colonel, USMA - Cavalry Officer - INFORMATION NEEDED
Randall Earl Cole, Specialist 4, Committed Suicide While Serving In Vietnam War
William Edward Cole, Major General, USMA - Philippines, World War I, World War II
William Purington Cole, Jr., 1st Lt (WWI), Member of Congress, Public Official
Frederick William Coleman, Major - Civil War - INFORMATION NEEDED
Frederick William Coleman, Jr. Major General - INFORMATION NEEDED
Frederick William Coleman III, Brigadier General - INFORMATION NEEDED
James Chapman Coleman, Jr., Colonel, WWII, Logistics Officer, Agency For International Development (AID)
Willis Prague Coleman, Colonel - Spanish-American War, World War I - INFO NEEDED
Wilson Dudley Coleman, Lieutenant Colonel, Killed In WWII, DSC, PH - Son of Willis P. Coleman INFO NEEDED
Harold S. Colen, Colonel, WWII, Normandy Landings, Korean War
William Albert Collier, Brigadier General, Mexican Border, WWI, WWII, Korea - DSM, SS, DFC, BSM, AM, LM
Edgar Thomas Collins, Major General, USMA - Spanish-American War, WWI, Assistant CoS
Edward Joseph Collins,Colonel - USMA, Infantry/Airborne - Korea & Vietnam
Gary L. Collins, Sergeant, Army Ranger - Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Grace Augusta Hoffman Collins, Military Spouse And Friend
James F. Collins - General, USMA, World War II, BSM, LM
James Lawton Collins - Major General, Philippines, World Wars I & II
James Lawton Collins, Jr., Brigadier General, USMA, WWII, Korea, Vietnam, Strategist & Author
Joseph Lawton Collins - "Lightning Joe" Of WWII
Raymond Luther Collins, Captain, WWII, Veterans Administration, MY FRIEND!
Charles Frederick Colson, Brigadier General, USMA - WWII - MDW Commander - SS, BSM
Roger Baldwin Colton, Major General, World War I, World War II - DSM, LM
Alden Partridge Colvocoresses, Colonel, WWII, Korea, Vietnam - SS, PH
James Michael Combs Sr., First Air Cavalry, Vietnam War, Purple Heart Medal
Richard Maddox Combs, Second Lieutenant - USMA, Killed In Action In World War II
William Harry Combs, Colonel - World War I, Killed In Action In World War II
Edward Theodore Comegys, United States Army Air Service, Killed In WWI - INFORMATON NEEDED
Howard Brisbane Comer, Jr., Chief Warrant Officer, Aviator, Killed In Vietnam In 1969, Retrurned Home In 2001
Matthew Comko, Sergeant (Air Corps) - Early Victim Of The Cold War
Frank Young Commagere, Major, 6th U. S. Cavalry - Civil War - INFORMATON NEEDED
John A. Commerford - Army Sergeant, Superintendent of Arlington
Matthew Allen Commons, Corporal, Army Ranger, Killed In Afghanistan Fighting Terrorism
Ross R. Condit, Jr., Brigadier General - WWII, Korea, Vietnam - Highly Decorated
John M. Cone, Major General, USMA - World War II - Atrillery-Ordnance Commander
Lucien E. Conein - Lieutenant Colonel, Storied Intelligence Officer: Army and CIA
Lester Mykel Conger, Colonel - USMA - Special Forces, Vietnam War
Seymour Beach Conger, Major - Civil War, Cavalry Officer - Killed In Action In 1864
Arthur Stewart Conklin, Brigadier General, USMA - Information Needed
Charles D. Conley - Colonel, MacArthur Staff In WWII
John J. Conley, Sergeant - Greviously Wounded In the Battle of the Bulge - Admin Law Judge
Joseph F. Conlon III, Brigadier General, Dominican Republic, Persian Gulf, District Attorney Investigator - PH, BSM W/Valor Device (2)
Joseph B. Conmy, Jr., Colonel - WWII, Korea, Vietnam, The Old Guard, Hamburger Hill
Carl W. Connell, Brigadier General, Air Corps - Early Army Aviator - WWI, WWII
James David Connell, Jr., Sergeant, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
William M. Connell, Colonel, Spanish-American War, NY Cavalry
William H. Connerat, Colonel - WWII Veteran, LM
James A. Connett, Colonel, Chaplain - WWII, Battle of the Bulge, Korea, Chaplain at ANC, Medgar Evers Funeral
Richard Martin Connell, Brigadier General, USMA - Corps of Engineers
Donald H. Connolly, Major General, USMA, World War I, World War II - Post-War Commander In Iran-Iraq - DSM, LM
Patrick Aloysius Connolly, Colonel, Spanish-American War, Philippines Insurrection - Distinguished Service Cross (DSC)
Bradley D. Conner, Sergeant Major, Special Forces - Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - BSM, CIB, PH
Fox Conner, Major General, USMA - Phillipines, Mexican Border, WWI - DSM
John M. Connor, Corporal, World War II - Bataan Death March Surviivor - Government Employee
Charles E. Buck Conrad, Colonel, World War II, Korean War, Vietnam War - LM, BSM
Eugene Blair "Butch" Conrad, Colonel - Highly Decorated Survivor of the Bataan Death March
Joseph Conrad, Brigadier Genreal - Civil War & The Indian Wars
William H. Consla, Major, World War II (Normandy) - Korean Conflict
James Edward Convey, Jr., Colonel - USMA - Artillery Officer - Vietnam War
Harold Joseph Conway, Colonel - USMA, 1921 - World War II - Lived To Age 100
Stanley P. Converse, Colonel, WWII, Korea, Vietnam - Funeral Of John F. Kennedy
Charles Robert Cook, Corporal, Killed In Action, Vietnam War, PH
Claude Thomas Cook, Jr., Chief Warrant Officer, World War II, Korean Conflict, Vietnam War
Earle Fremont Cook, Major General - Chief Signal Officer of the Army
George Tottenham Cook, First Lieutenant, Civil War, Indian Wars - INFORMATION NEEDED
Gilbert R. Cook, Major General, USMA - World War I, World War II - Infantry Commander
John W. W. Cook, Chief Warrant Officer, Army Aviator - Killed In Vietnam War - PH
Robert Morehead Cook, Colonel - USMA & Decorated Veteran of WWII, Korea & Vietnam
Edward A. Cooke, Lieutenant Colonel, World War II, Reserve Officer, BSM
Eric F. Cooke, Command Sergeant Major, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - BSM, PH
Howard Harrison Cooksey, Lieutenant General, Decorated Veteran Of 3 Wars
George M. Cookson, Colonel, World War II - Corps of Engineers
John R. Cool, First Lieutenant, Vietnam Combat Veteran - BSM, PH
Charles A. Coolidge, Brigadier General, Civil War, SAW, Philippines, Indian Wars, Boxer Rebellion
Joseph R. Coolidge, Captain, OSS Officer In World War II
David A. Cooper, Jr., Sergeant, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom
 John Olin Cooper III, Major, USMA, Special Forces - Killed In Vietnam - PH - INFO NEEDED
John Sherman Cooper, Captain (WWII), US Senator, US Ambassador
Harry Newton Cootes, Colonel, Philippines, World War I - Commandant of Ft Myer - INFO NEEDED
John Joseph Coppinger, Brigadier General, Civil War, Indian Wars, Spanish-American War
Clifford Lee Corbin, Major General, USMA, WWII, Assistant Quartermaster General - WWWI, WWII
Henry Clark Corbin, Lt General, Civil War, Spanish-American War, Indian Wars
Robert L. Corn, Colonel - Respected Military Physician & Surgeon
Vernon Y. Cornelius, Colonel - WWII Combat Veteran - National Security Agency
Terence Corning, Lieutenant Colonel, 82 Airborne Officer, Army Intelligence - LM, BSM
Bernard P. Corpuz, Corporal, Killed In Afghanistan - Operation Enduring Freedom - PH
Everett F. Corwin, Sergeant, World War II - A Memorial Bench For Irv And Mary
Arthur Fortunatus Cosby, Captain, Spanish-American War, WWI, WWII - Rough Riders - Wounded At Santiago, Cuba
Spencer Cosby, Colonel, USMA - First In His Class - Assigned to The White House - Designed The Oval Office\
Raymond Joseph Costanzo, Sergeant - WWII, Superintendent of Arlington National Cemetery
Thomas D. Costello, Private, Killed In 1918 During World War I - Returned Home In 2010 - PH
Donald Quested Coster, Colonel, WWII, Office of Strategic Services (OSS) - Agency For International Development (AID)
Roy Everett Couch, Colonel, Killed In Helicopter Crash In Vietnam War - PH
Henry Louden Couden - Corporal, Civil War, Chaplain, House Of Representatives
Elliott Coues, Captain (Surgeon), Civil War - American West - Scientist & Naturalist
Ernest Kent Coulter, Lieutenant Colonel, WWI, Founder Of Big Brothers of America
Walter C. Cousland, Brigadier General - USMA - Decorated Air-Cavalry Commander In Vietnam
James Winfield Coutts, Brigadier General, USMA, WWII, Parachute Regiment, INFO NEEDED
Earl C. Covell, Sergeant, Veteran of Both Korean and Vietnam Wars
Clyde Lorrain Cowan, Captain, Army Air Forces, WWII, Pioneering Physicist
Kay Kipling Cowan, Colonel, World War II, Normandy Landings, D-Day, Battle of the Bulge -LM, PH
John Elwood Cowden, Colonel, WWII, Korea, Vietnam - Transportation Specialist - BSM
Leonard M. Cowherd III, Second Lieutenant, USMA, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Thomas Richard Cowell, Cadet, United States Military Academy - X-1897 - INFO NEEDED
Calvin Duvall Cowles, Colonel, USMA - Indian Wars, Spanish-American War - Died In 1937
Donald Harry Cowles, Lt General - Decorated Combat Commander - Battle of the Bulge - Vietnam
Miles Andrew Cowles, Brigadier General, USMA - WWI, WWII - Field Artillery - SS
William Henry Cowles, Colonel, USMA - World War I, Philippines - Son of Calvin Duall Cowles
R. Adams Cowley, First Lieutenant - Medical Pioneer, Father Of "The Golden Hour"
Earnest Lee Cox, Sergeant, Killed In Action, Vietnam War, BSM, PH
Landon Greaud Cox, Colonel - WWII, Decorated Tank Battalion Commander In Europe
Nathan William Cox, Sergeant, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - PH, BSM
Richard Ferguson Cox, Brigadier General, Coast Artillery - Philippines, WWI, WWII
Richard Crabbs, Second Lieutenant, Air Corps - Killed In Take-Off Crash In Iowa - INFORMATION NEEDED
Floyd Greig Craft, Lieutenant Colonel, WWII, Korea, Vietnam, Counter Intelligence, Highly Decorated
Brian Craig, Sergeant, Killed Disarming Explosives In Afghanistan - The War Against Terror
Charles Frost Craig - Brigadier General, Checkpoint Charlie In Berlin
The Craig Family, An Army Tradition
David Johnston Craigie, Brigadier General - Civil War, Indian Wars, Philippine Insurrection
Wallace MacDonald Craigie, Lieutenant Colonel - Cavalry Officer - INFORMATION NEEDED
G. Maury Cralle, Colonel, USMA - Philippines, World War I
Kenneth F. Cramer, Major General - WWI, WWII, Highly Decorated - Prisoner of War
Myron Cady Cramer, Major General, Judge Advocate General Department, WWII - DSM, LM
Gregory Stephen Crandall, Chief Warrant Officer - Killed In Vietnam  - Controversial Burial Of A Single Tooth
Ernest Crane, Captain - Decorated WWII Veteran - Washington State Legislator
Earl Cranston, Captain, Civil War - Bishop of the Methodist Church
Joseph Alfred Cranston, Brigadier General, USMA - Philippines, WWII - DSM, BSM
Virgil E. Craven, Colonel - Highly Decorated Veteran Of WWII & Korea
Emmet Crawford, Captain - Civil War & Indian Wars - Killed Pursuing Geronimo Into Mexico
Lawrence Carter Crawford, Colonel, From Private to Colonel, WWI, Son of Medorem Crawford
Medorem Crawford, Brigadier General, USMA - Indian Wars, Spanish War, Philippines - INFORMATION NEEDED
John Pershing Crawford, Colonel, World War II, Korean War - BSM
Raymond A. Crawford, Private First Class, United States Army - Killed In Action, Korean War, PH, CIB
Michael E. Creamer, Sergeant, Army Ranger, Combat Medic, Vietnam - Suicide Victim - BSM, PH\
Willis Calvin Crear, Specialist 4th Class - MIA In Vietnam In 1971 - Returned Home In 2002
William Edward Creary, Major, Civil War - Infantry - Paymaster - INFORMATION NEEDED
Francis Creighton, Second Lieutenant, Died of Wounds Received in The Spanish-American War
Robert William Crichlow, Jr., Major General, USMA - World War II - LM
James H. Critchfield, Colonel, WWII, Post-War Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), SS, BSM, PH
Edward J. Crites, First Lieutenant, Killed In Action In France In 1944 - Returned Home In 1949
Clifford Anthony Crivello, Sergeant, United States Army
Edward Croft, Major General - Chief of Infantry - WWI - Silver Star, PH - The Citadel
David N. Crombie, Private First Class, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
George H.Cronin - Army Air Svc, USAF - 3 Wars - Age 100
Herbert B. Crosby, Major General, Chief of Cavalry
James Calvin Cross, Colonel, World War II, Korean War - LM, DSM
Clarence H. Crow, First Lieutenant, Killed In Action, World War II - PH - INFORMATION NEEDED
Evans Read Crowell, Jr., First Lieutenant, Air Corps - Killed In Air Accident - USMA
Dale Jackson Crittenberger, Colonel - Killed In Vietnam
Townsend Woodhull Crittenberger, Corporal, Killed In Germany In WWII - Son Of W. D. Crittenberger - PH
Willis Dale Crittenberger - WWII General, Sons Killed In WWII & Vietnam
John Jordan Crittenden, Jr., Lieutenant Colonel -  INFORMATION NEEDED
Robert H. Crittenden, Lieuenant Colonel, Died 2000 - Section 1 - INFORMATION NEEDED
Thomas Turpin Crittenden, Brigadier General - Mexican War & The Civil War
Clifford Anthony Crivello, Sergeant, Korea, Vietnam - 21 Years Of Service To America
Pat William Crizer, Lieutenant General - USMA, Korea, Vietnam - Highly Regarded Combat Commander
Donald Everett Crone, Specialist 4th Class, MIA In Vietnam In 1971, Returned Home In 2002
George Crook, Major General - Civil War General, Indian Fighter
William H. Crook, Colonel, President Lincoln's Bodyguard - Died In 1915
Maurice Gordon Crosbie, First Lieutenant, Air Force - WWII Aviator - Distinguished Service Cross (DSC), PH
Richard Alexander Crosby, Sergeant, Aviator - Killed In Vietnam In 1967 - Returned Home In 2002 - PH
Henry Crowan, First Lieutenant, Air Corps - Killed In 1929 Crash of C-2 In Pennsylvania
Enoch Herbert Crowder, Major General - Indian Wars, Spanish War, Philippines, JAG Of the Army
Benedict Crowell, Brigadier General, WWI Munitions Expert, Assistant Secretary of War - DSM
William Henry Harrison Crowell, Major, Civil War, Indian Wars - INFORMATION NEEDED
John Edward Crowley, Specialist 4 - Killed In Vietnam In 1970 - Returned Home In 2000
Frank J. Crowne, Major - WWII & Korea Veteran - Landed At Normandy
William Crozier, Major General - USMA, Indian Wars, Spanish-America War, WWI, Chief of Ordnance
William Mackey Cruikshank, Brigadier General, Spanish-American War, WWI - INFO NEEDED
Fred Taylor Cruse, Colonel, Son of General Thomas Cruse - Brother of Ensign James T. Cruse
Graves Brown Crutchfield, Sergeant - Killed In Action In Korea
Milford C. Cruth - PFC, US Army - Submitted By Keith Barnes, 3/98
Donald S. Cuffe, Lieutenant Colonel, World War II, Korea - BSM, PH
Jesse Marling Cullison, Lieutenant Colonel, Infantry - Philippines, World War I, DSC - INFORMATON NEEDED
William Joseph Cummings, Colonel, Highly Decorated Veteran of WWII, Korea & Vietnam
Joseph Michael Cummins, Major General, World War I, World War II
Darren J. Cunningham, Sergeant, Killed In Action, Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Dennis Lloyd Cunningham, Lieutenant Colonel, Aviator, Vietnam War - PH, BSM
John E. Cunningham, Sergeant, AAF - Missing In March 1945 - Memorial Headstone - DFC, AM, PH
Julian Wallace Cunningham, Major General, WWII - DSM, LM, BSM, PH
Patrick J. Cunningham Sr., Sgt, WWII, Wounded In Normandy Invasion, Educator
Thomas J. Cunningham, Colonel - Private to Colonel - WWII, Spokesman for General Westmoreland
James Duncan Currie, Lt Colonel, WWII, Korea, Vietnam - Highly Decorated
John V. Curry, Colonel, World War II, Korean War, Vietnam War, BSM, LM
Manley B. Curry, Major - Killed In 1907 Auto Accident In Georgia - Son-in-Law of A U. S. Senator
Charles Albert Curtis, Captain, Civil War On The Staff Of General Hancock, Indian Wars
Charles Harry Curtis - General, Decorated Veteran of Korea & Vietnam
Harry Cooke Cushing, Major, Civil War & Indian Wars - INFORMATION NEEDED
Lyman F. W. Cushing, Second Lieutenant, Civil War, INFORMATION NEEDED
Samuel Tobey Cushing, Brigadier General, USMA, Civil War, Indian Wars, Commissary General of the Army
Curtis J. Cushman, Private First Class, Vietnam - No Record Of Vietnam Casualty - INFORMATION NEEDED
Sean R. Cutsforth, Specialist, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - PH, BSM

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Alexander Lucien Dade, Brigadier General, USMA - Spanish-American War, Philippined, WWI
Holmes Ely Dager, Major General, World War I, World War II Combat Commander - SS
John K. Daggett, Sergeant, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - BSM, PH
John Ernest Dahlquist, General - WWI, WWII, DSC, DSM, SS, BSM, LM
Mark Jennings Daily, Second Lieutenant, Killed In Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom, Memorial Stone, - BSM, PH
Josiah Tonet Dalbey, Brigadier General, USMA - WWII Airborne Commander - BSM
Charles Richard Dale, Sergeant, Killed In Action, Vietnam War - PH
Edgar H. Dale, Captain, Killed In World War I - Information Needed
Edgar Hayden Dale II, Captain - USMA, Died As POW In World War II - INOFORMATION NEEDED
Joseph W. Dale, Jr., Colonel, WWII, Korean War - LM, BSM, PH
Henry William Dalton, Major, Armor Officer - Killed In Action In World War II - PH
Robert Trulan Dalton II - Colonel, White House Communications Agency
Terry J. Dalton, First Lieutenant - Decorated WWII Veteran - Government Attorney
Cornelius Martin Daly, Brigadier General, WWI, WWII - BSM, PH
Eugene J. D'Ambrosio, Lieutenant General, Ordnance & Material Specialist - Vietnam War
James Jackson Dana, Brigadier General, Quartermaster Department, Civil War - INFORMATION NEEDED
George Brown Dandy, Brigadier General, USMA - Civil War, Indian Wars
Charles Hart Danforth, Brigadier General, Spanish-American War, Philippines - INFORMATION NEEDED
Edward Courtney Bullock Danforth, Brigadier General, WWI, WWII, Korea - SS
William E. Daniel, Master Sergeant, WWII POW, First Recipient Of The Tomb Guard Badge
Charles Edward Daniels, Sergeant, Killed In Vietnam War - PH
Wilmot Alfred Danielson, Brigadier General, World War I, World War II - LM
Edward McCleave Dannemiller, Lieutenant Colonel, USMA, WWII, Cavalry Officer, Artillery Officer
LeRoy M. Danner, Lieutenant Colonel, World War II, Logistics Specialist, LM, BSM
Martin Dardis, Sergeant, WWII, Battle of the Bulge - Watergate Investigator - SS, PH, BSM
Herbert Arthur Dargue - World War II Air Chief, Killed In A Crash
Joseph Warren McNab Darling, Colonel - WWII, Economic Adviser For The Berlin Airlift
Jean Henry Dasburg, Tech 5, World War II - D-Day Invasion - Prisoner of War - PH
Charles Lanier Dasher, Jr., Major General, USMA - WWII, Korea - DSM, LM, BSM, PH
William Robert Dashiell, Brigadier General, USMA - INFORMATION NEEDED
Arthur Robert Datnoff, Colonel, WWII, Korea - Dedicated Public Servant - LM, BSM
Robert L. Daugherty, Jr., Private - Killed in Operation Desert Storm
William F. Daughton, Major, WWI - Killed In 1919 Auto Accident In Paris, France
Andrew Patrick Daul, Sergeant, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Clarence M. Davenport, Jr. Colonel, USMA - 6th Black Graduate Of West Point, WWII, LM
Thomas Corbin Davenport, First Lieuetnant - Died At St. Elizabeth's Insane Asylum In Washington, D.C.
Kenneth V. Davey, Lieutenant Colonel, World War II, Corps of Engineers -DSM, BSM
Gary Charles David, Specialist 5, Killed In Vietnam In 1971 - Returned Home In 2003
Alexander Higbee Davidson, Colonel - Indian Wars, Spanish War, Philippines - Distinguished Service Cross (DSC)
James M. Davidson, Sr., Colonel - WWII Veteran - Courtesy of Susan Hodges
Joseph Moore Davidson, First Lieutenant, Killed In World War I - Distinguished Service Cross (DSC), PH\
John Wynn Davidson, Major General, USMA - Mexican War, Civil War, Indian Wars
Rufus B. Davidson, Lieutenant Colonel, Killed In 1941 Plane Crash In Indiana
Albert Davis, Sergeant, Boxer Rebellion (China) - Distinguished Service Cross (DSC)
Anthony Davis, Master Sergeant, Killed In Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom - BSM, PH
Benjamin M. Davis, Colonel, WWII, Historian of Arlington National Cemetery - INFO NEEDED
Benjamin O. Davis, Brigadier General - An Early Black General
Brandon L. Davis, Private, United States Army - Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Charles L. Davis, Brigadier General, Civil War, Indian Wars, Spanish-Amerian War
Chester A. Davis, Lieuetnant Colonel, Won DSC As Army Officer In WWI, Won Navy Cross In Nicaragua As A Maine
Cushman Kellogg Davis, First Lieutenant (Civil War), United States Senator, Judge, Governor
Edward Davis, Brigadier General, USMA - Civil War, Indian Wars, Spanish-American War
Gloria D. Davis, Major, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom
Horace Maynard Davis, Second Lieuenant,QMC, Killed-In-Action, World War I - INFORMATION NEEDED
Jerry Davis, Jr., Lieutenant Colonel, Veteran of WWII, Korea, Vietnam
John English Davis, Sergeant, Killed In Action, Vietnam War - PH
John Fuller Davis, Brigadier General, USMA - WWI, WWII - LM
John Gayle Davis, Major, Physican-Surgeon, Civil War, Spanish War, Philippines Insurrection
John J. Davis - Lieutenant General - Arms Control Expert
Justin R. Davis, Private First Class, Killed In Afghanistan - Operation Enduring Freedom - PH
Monnett Bain Davis, First Lieutenant - World War I - American Ambassador
Richard Bouche Davis, Jr., Chief Warrant Officer, Aviator - Killed In Vietnam - AM, BSM, PH
Richmond Pearson Davis, Major General, USMA - INFORMATION NEEDED
Robert Courtney Davis, Major General, USMA - Spanish-American War, Philippines, World War I - Red Cross Official
Stephen Winfield Davis, First Lieutenant - The Citadel, 101st Airborne - Killed In Vietnam
Steven A. Davis, Private First Class, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - BSM, PH
Wilbert Davis, Sergeant - Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom: April 2003
William David Davis, Colonel - USMA, Philippines, Killed In Action In France, WWI - DSC, DSM, PH
William Robert Davis, Colonel, Established First Leper Colony In Philippines, Chief Army Flight Surgeon
Wirt Davis, Brigadier General - Civil War, Indian Wars
Donald Angus Davison, Major  General, Killed In World War II In India - Son of Loraneo Paul Davison - INFORMATION NEEDED
 Frederic Ellis Davison, Major General - Decorated Veteran of WWII & Vietnam
Lorenzo Paul Davison, Lieutenant Colonel, USMA - Father od DOnald Angus Davison - Spanish-American War, WWI
Russell W. Davisson, Major - Veteran of WWII, Korea & Vietnam
Kenneth F. Dawalt, Brigadier General - USMA, Korean War, Highly Decorated
Ezra Dawson, Sergeant, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - BSM, PH
Selden Allen Day, Colonel, Artillery Officer - Civil War, Indian Wars, Spanish-American War
Robert J. Deal, Sergeant, Killed In Civilian Motorcycle Accident
Alexander Richard Dean, Second Lieutenant - Army Aviator - Killed In WWI- INFORMATION NEEDED
William Lawrence Deane, Major - Killed In Vietnam In 1973 - Brought Home In 2000
William Richard Dear, Brigadier General, Medical Officer, WWI, WWII - LM
Michael Ellis DeBakey, Colonel, United States Army, WWII - Pioneering Surgeon - Pesidential Medal of Freedom, Congressional Gold Medal
Harold E. Dechon, Private, Killed In 1944 Battle of the Bulge, Returned Home In 2006 - BSM, PH
David John Decker, Captain, Killed-In-Action, Vietnam War
George Henry Decker, General - Decorated WWII Veteran & Army Chief of Staff
George A. Deering, Captain, Civil War - Paymaster, United States Navy
Oren Edwin DeHaven, Lieutenant General - WWII - From Private To Lieutenant General
Charles Edward "Pappy" Deitsch, CWO - Missing In Vietnam In 1968 - Returned Home In 2001
Patrice De Janon, Professor, United States Military Academy - Controvery & Scandal
Walter A. DeLamater, Major General - INFORMATION NEEDED
Matthew A. DeLaney, Brigadier General, WWI, Philippines - Physician To President Taft
Francis Rease De Lany, Sergeant, 6th USCavalry - Indian Campaigns - Northern Pacific Construction
Stafford G. DeLesdernier, Captain, United States Army Air Service, INFORMATION NEEDED
 Vincent John Dellay, Chief Warrant Office, United States Army & Member of Congress
Roland Haddaway del Mar, Major General, World Waqr II, Korean, LM, BSM
Augustus Andrew DeLoffre, Major (Surgeon), INFORMATION NEEDED
Nick Demaria, Colonel - World War II, Korean Conflict, Vietnam War
Roderick G. Demps, Colonel, Military Police Commander - Died On Active Duty
Charles A. Dempsey, Colonel - USMA, Infantry Officer - Civil War, Indian Wars, Spanish-American War
Robert E. Denney, Major, Korean War, Vietnam War - SS, BSM, DFC, CIB
John Ryan Dennison, Captain, USMA - Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Robert Cushing Dennison - Colonel & Veteran Of WWII, Korea & Vietnam
Darryl T. Dent, Specialist 4, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom
Frederick Tracy Dent, Brigadier General, Civil War - Grant's Brother-In-Law
Edward G. de Paschalis, Second Lieutenant, Killed In Action, World War I - INFO NEEDED
Michael Joseph S. DePaul, Chief Warrant Office Two, Killed In Aircraft Accident In Vietnam In 1971
Fernando Raul DePierris, Lieutenant Colonel, Army Aviator, Vietnam, 27 Years Of Service To America
Claude Palmer Derby, First Lieutenant, Infantry - World War I - INFORMATION NEEDED
Robert V. Derenda, Sergeant, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Charles R. Derrickson, Captain - Medical Officer In The Korean War
John A. Derry, Colonel, The Manhattan Project - Atomic Energy Commission - LM
Isaac Denniston DeRussy, Brigadier General, Civil War, Indian Wars, Spanish-American War
Peter N. Derzis - Colonel, Army Intelligence Officer
Pierre R. Desroches, Chief Warrant Officer Three, Kiled In Kentucky Helicopter Crash
Charles Victor Dessez, Sergeant - Hero Of Bouganville In WWII - Silver Star Medal
Leon Dessez, Captain, Artillery Officer, Died At West Point At The Age of 38
Henry George Dettmar, Colonel, Pearl Harbor Survivor, Cuban Missile Crisis Contingency Planner
William P. Dever, Jr., Second Lieutenant - Killed In WWII, Not Recovered, Memorial Stone In Arlington
Jacob Loucks Devers, General, USMA - World War I, World War II Commander
John J. Devereux, Captain, Medical Corps (1881-1934) - INFORMATION NEEDED
 John Thomas Deweese, Colonel (Civil War) & Censured Member of Congress
Thomas Bull Dewees, Major, Cavalry Officer - Civil War & Indian Wars - INFO NEEDED
A. Peter Dewey, Lieutenant Colonel, OSS Officer In WWII, 1st American Killed In Vietnam
Florence Powers Dewey, Wife of MG Lawrence R. Dewey - One of the Earliest Families In America
Lawrence R. Dewey, Major General, USMA, Army Audit Agency
The DeWitt Family, An Army Family With A Long Tradition Of Service To America
William W. Dick, Jr., Lieutenant General - INFORMATION NEEDED
George W. Dickerson, Brigadier General, WWII, Korea, Vietnam, Airborne-Infantry - SS, BSM, AM
Joseph Dickinson, Brigadier General, Civil War - Battles of Antietam and Gettysburg
Walter Mason Dickinson - Captain, Killed At San Juan Hill, Cuba
Joseph Theodore Dickman, Major General, USMA, Indian Wars, Spanish War, China, WWI, Mexico
John Thomas Dickmeyer, Major - WWII, 82 Airborne, Silver Star, PH, CIA, DIA
Adam L. Dickmyer, Staff Sergeant, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom, PH, BSM, Tomb Guard Bardge
Paul John Diemer, Second Lieutenant, World War I- A Suicide Victim In 1929
Frank L. Dietrich, Colonel, WWII, Korea, Vietnam, Highly Decorated
Claude A. Diffenderffer, First Lieutenant, Air Corps, Killed In WWII Pacific Theater
Michael L. DiLegge, Second Lieutenant, World War II - Foreign Service Officer
Arthur Thomas Dill, Waggoner - INFORMATION NEEDED
Alexander Wood Dillard, Major - Infantry Officer - WWI - Killed In 1919 Auto Accident in Nashville, Tennessee
John Albert Broadus Dillard - Brigadier General, Died In Vietnam
William E. Dillender, Sergeant, Killed In Vietnam War In 1971 - Returned Home In 2006 - PH
Robert Patrick Dilley, Chief Warrant Officer, Vietnam War, Persian Gulf War - SS, PH - INFORMATION NEEDED
Albert Raymond Dillingham, Colonel, Spanish-American War - Philippines
Eugene Dumont Dimmick, Brigadier General, Civil War & Indian Wars - INFORMATION NEEDED
Harry Dingman, Jr., Private First Class, WWII, 101st Airborne, Battle of the Bulge, PH
David Crockett Dingus, Private - Killed In The Civil War
Rollo Curtin Ditto, Brigadier General, World War I, World War II - DSM, SS
William T. Dix, Specialist, Operation Iraqi Freedom - Suicide Victim In Kuwait
Henry Thomas Dixon, Major, Civil War - Killed In A Post-War Duel In Alexandria, Virginia
Richard Lee Doak, First Lieuenant, World War II, Korea - SS, BSM, CIB
Henry A. Dobson, First Sergeant, Died At Santiago de Cuba, 1898 - INFORMATION NEEDED
Richard F. Dixon, Sergeant - Killed In May 1944 - Returned Home In 1974
Derek A. Dobogai, Captain, Killed In Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom - SS, PH
Jesse L. Dobyns, Private, Killed In Action, World War I - Buried Near His Brother Who Was Also KIA In WWI
Opie Dobyns, Corporal, Killed In Action In WWI - Buried Near His Brother Who Was Also KIA In WWI
Henry Doctor, Jr., Lieutenant General, Inspector General of the Army - DSM, LM, BSM, AM, CIB
George Allen Dodd, Brigadier General, USMA - Indian Wars, Spanish-American War, World War I
Charles Dodge - Major, Killed In Spanish-American War
Fred L. Dodge, Captain - Civil War, Indian Wars - INFORMATION NEEDED
Richard Irving Dodge, Colonel - USMA, Civil War, Indian Wars Service & Western Author
Roy Tinsley Dodge, Brigadier General, Engineer, WWII Combat Commander - Washington Metro System, DSM, LM
Theodore Ayrault Dodge, Brigadier General - Indian Fighter
Larry Dodgen, Lieutenant General, Commander of Redstone Arsenal & Army Space and Missile Defense Command
Minot B. Dodson, Colonel - Coast Artillery - World War II, Korean War
Edward Doherty - First Lieutenant, Civil War, Captured John Wilkes Booth
Ryan E. Doltz, Specialist, Killed In Action, Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Welborn Griffin Dolvin, Lieutenant General, USMA - Highly Decorated - WWII, Korea, DSC, DSM, SS, PH, LM, BSM, AM
Thomas Quinton. Donaldson, Jr., Major General, USMA - SAW, Indian Wars, WW I, DSM
Thomas Quinton Donaldson IV, Major General, WWII, Korea, LM, BSM, 4th Generation West Pointer
Leopold Joseph Donnarumma, Captain, World War II Veteran
Robert Alfred Dondero, Sergeant Major. Killed In Action, Vietnam War - PH - INFORMATION NEEDED
Joseph Haddox Dorst, Colonel, USMA, Indian Wars, Spanish War, Philippine Insurrection
Delmar Dotson, Technical Sergeant - Killed In WWII, Missing For 55 Years
John Dolan - Sergeant - With Custer At Little Big Horn
Richard J. Donnelly, Lieutenant Colonel, Spanish-American War, World War I
Patrick Joseph Donohoe, Colonel, USMA -Corps of Engineers, Korea, Vietnam - LM, BSM, PH
Leo Donovan, Major General, Philippines, WWI, WWII - DSM, LM
Thomas A. Donovan, First Lieutenant - WWII, Career Foreign Service Officer
Mark H. Dooley, First Lieutenant, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Frank Dorn, Brigadier General, USMA, World War II - DSM, SS, BSM
James Paul Dorrity, Sergeant - Killed In Helicopter Crash In The Philippines - Anti-Terror Training
Shawn C. Dostie, Sergeant, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
John North Douglas, Colonel, WWI, WWII, LM - Courtesy of W. Douglas Fisher
Abner Doubleday - Major General, Gettysburg & Baseball Inventor (?)
David Allen Douthit, Lieutenant Colonel, Killed In The Gulf War
Henry L. Dove, Corporal, Killed In Action, Korean Conflict - PH
Wilbur Egbert Dove, Major, Son Of William E. Dove - INFORMATION NEEDED
William Edgar Dove, Captain - Killed In Philippine Insurrection - Drowned
Blackburn Barrett Dovener, Civil War Captain & Member of Congress
Julian Noyes Dowell, First Lieutenant, United States Army Air Service - Killed In WWI - INFO NEEDED
Edward E. Downes - Lieutenant Colonel, Killed In Philippine Insurrection
Fairfax Davis Downey, Lieutenant Colonel, WWI, WWII - Author & Military Historian - SS
George Faber Downey, Brigadier General, Spanish-American War, Philippines, WWI - Assistant QM General
George Faber Downey, Jr., Captain, Son of A General, Field Artillery Officer In World War I
George Mason Downey, Major, Civil War, Indian Wars - Father of a General
Hugh Wagner Downing, Second Lieutenant, Early Army Aviator - INFORMATION NEEDED
Sylvester DeWitt Downs, Jr., Brigadier General, USMA - Mexican Border, WWI, WWII
Benton A. Doyle, Captain, Air Service - Killed In 1922 Mid0Air Collision Over Virginia
Joseph Clarence Doyle, Captain, Killed In Air Crash In Vietnam, PH
William Eugene Doyle, Colonel, Military Intelligence Officer - CIA Officer
William P. Doyle, Lieutenant Colonel, Admonished By The Army For A Viet Cong Attack On A U. S. Firebase - PH
Jonathan Kilian Dozier, Sergeant, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - BSM, PH
Charles Bryant Drake, Brigadier General, USMA - Philippines Insurrection - Distinguished Service Cross (DSC)
William H. Draper, Jr., Major General, WWII, OSS, Under Secretary of the Army, US Ambassador
Charles Avery Dravo, Colonel, Infantry Officer - World War I - Distinguished Service Cross - DSC
Edward E. Dravo, Colonel, USMA - Indian Wars, Spanish-American War
Robert E. Drawl, Jr., Specialist, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - BSM, PH
Duane J. Dreasky, Sergeant, Died From Wounds Suffered In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - A Study In Courage - PH
Drew Gray, Sister-in-law Of Colonel Alonzo Gray, Section 15
Guy Humphrey Drewry, Brigadier General, VMI - WWI, WWII, Springfield Armory, M-1 Rifle
Douglas L. Drinkard, First Lieutenant, Killed In Action, Korean War - PH, CIB
Clarence Richard Driscoll, Colonel, USMA, Signal Corps, Vietnam Veteran
Eugene Gordon Drouillard - Colonel & Decorated WWII Veteran
Michael E. Drucker, Sergeant - Killed In May 1944 - Returned Home In 1944
Robert L. Drudik - Major General, Highly Decorated Vietnam Veteran
Hugh Aloysius Drum - Lieutenant General, World Wars I & II
John Drum - Captain, Killed At San Juan Hill, Cuba
Richard Coulter Drum, Brigadier General, Mexican War, CIvil War, Adjutant General of the Army
Simon Henry Drum, Captain, USMA - Killed In Action In The Mexican War - INFORMATION NEEDED
Willian Findlay Drum, Lieuenant Colonel, USMA - Civil War, Indian Wars - INFORMATION NEEDED
Leonard Daniel Dry, Sr., Master Sergeant - WWII - Personal Driver For  Eisenhower For 20 Years
Donald A. DuBois, Colonel, Corps of Engineers, Vietnam War, BSM, PH
Loren George Dubois, Captain - USMA - Killed In Action - Korean War
Arthur Charles Ducat, Jr., Colonel, USMA - Indian Campaigns, Philippines - Father A Civil War General
William H. Duckstein, First Lieutenant, Civil War, 215 Pennsylvania Infantry - Curator of U. S. Capitol Building
Eric T. Duckworth, Sergeant, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - BSM, PH
Franklin G. Duckworth, Captain, WWII, Korea, Vietnam - Daughter Badly Wounded In Iraq
Nathan Augustus Monroe Dudley, Brigadier General - Civil War Commander
William Wade Dudley, Brigadier General, Civil War , Lost Leg At Gettysburg, Controversial Republican Politician
Douglas W. Duecker, Major, Kuwait, Iraq - Left Us Way Too Soon
Jack D. Duer, Private, Killed In World War II - Battle of the Bulge - PH
William Ward Duffield, Brigadier General - Mexican War & Civil War
Andre Dufresne, Sergeant, WWII (Canadian Army), Korea & Vietnam (US Army), PH
James Dugan, First Lieutenant, Civil War Service - INFORMATION NEEDED
John F. Dugan, Captain, Killed In Vietnam War In 1971 - Returned Home In 2006 - PH
Alexander Nicholas Dukas, Lieutenant Colonel - OSS Operative Behind Enemy Lines In WWII
Jack Fontaine Dulaney, Colonel - USMA, World War II, Normandy Invasion
Paul E. Dumont, Jr., Sergeant - Died In Afghanistan - Non Combat Death
George W. Dunaway, Sergeant Major of the Army, WWII, Korea, Vietnam - Special Forces, 101 Airborne
Horace Dulin, First Lieutenant, World War I - Father of Thaddeus R. Dulin
Thaddeus Ronsaville Dulin, Lieuetnant Colonel, Killed In France In 1944, Normandy Invasion, DSC, PH
Herbert Lee Duncan, Jr., Colonel, WWII, Korea - 28-Year Career
Joseph Wilson Duncan, Brigadier General, Indian Wars, Philippine Insurrection - INFO NEEDED
Thomas Duncan III, Brigadier General, Mexican War, Civil War - INFORMATION NEEDED
William Horace Duncan - Major, Vietnam Veteran
Robert Batten Dunham, Captain - USMA - Killed Saving His Men From a Mine Field In Korea
Jack E. Dunlap, Sergeant, Korean War - National Security Agency (NSA) - Alledged Soviet Spy - Apparent Suicide Victim
James G. Dunton, Major - Veteran of WWI & WWII - Died At Age 101 In 2001
Trevor N. Dupuy - Colonel, Combat Veteran, Military Writer & Suicide Victim
Fred Davis Durrah, Lieutenant Colonel - WWII, Government Attorney
Carroll H. Dunn, Lieutenant General, Corps of Engineers, WWII, NASA, Vietnam - DSM, LM, BSM, PH
Byron W. Durham, Private First Class, United States Army Air Corps - Killed In WWII (1944) - PH
James Michael Durham, Colonel, Ordnance & Engineering Officer - Vietnam - BSM, LM
Ciara M. Durkin, Corporal, Died In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - CID Ruled Her Death A Suicide
Eugene Dutchak, Lieutenant Colonel - WWII With Patton, Army Magazine Editor
Arthur H. Dutton - Colonel, Civil War - Killed At Petersburg, Virginia
Frederick Gary Dutton, First Lieutenant -Battle of the Bulge, POW - Presidential Adviser - BSM, PH
William Birkett Duty, Major, Air Corps - Died On Active Duty In the Philippines In 1933
Henry Hammond Duval, Colonel, Son Of John Henry Duvall - INFO NEEDED
John H. Duval , Lieutenant Colonel, Spanish-American War, World War I
Adam Francis Dydak, Tech 4, World War II, Purple Heart - Central Intelligence Agency
Alexander Byrdie Dyer, Major General, Ordance Chief In The Civil War
 Alexander Byrdie Dyer, Jr., Colonel, USMA - Artillery Officer - Son of The General - INFO NEEDED
Joseph Dyer, Cadet, United States Military Academy (West Point)
Scott W. Dyer, Chief Warrant Officer, Ranger, Special Forces, Iraq, Killed In Afghanistan - Opration Enduring Freedom - BSM, PH

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Charles Patrick Eagan - Brigadier General, Spanish-Americn War - Commissary General
William W. Eagles, Major General, USMA - World War II - Anzio Landings
Howard Maxwell Eakin, Jr. - Captain, Killed In Vietnam
John I. H. Eales, Colonel, WWII Veteran
Stephen Tyree Early, World War I - Presidential Press Secreaty - Deputy Secretary of Defense
Claudius Miller Easley, Brigadier General - WWI, WWII, Killed In Action
Claudius Miller Easley Jr., Lieutenant Colonel, World War II, Korea - Died In 2006
Arthur Edmond Easterbrook, Brigadier General - World War I, World War II - Distinguished Service Cross (DSC) 2
Edmund Pepperell Easterbrook, Colonel, Civil War, Indian Wars - Chief of Army Chaplains
Arthur F. Eastman, Second Lieutenant, Army Air Forces - Killed In WWI In 1944, Returned Home In 2008 - PH
Arthur T. Eastwood, Private First Class, Killed In Action, Korea - PH, CIB
Edward Cutler Easton, Private First Class, Washington Bureau Chief of Philadelphia Inquirer
John David Eberhart, Sr., Command Sergeant Major, Decorated Vietnam Veteran
Clyde Davis Eddleman - General, World War II - Vice Chief-of-Staff
 Dayton Willis Eddy, Major General - WWII, Communications & Security Specialist
George Gage Eddy, Brigadier General, USMA - WWI, WWII - Ordnance & Missile Commander
Manton Eddy - General, World War II Commander
John Page Edgerly. Colonel - An Early Aviation Pioneer, USNA Graduate
Winfield Scott Edgerly - Brigadier General, Indian Fighter
Glen Edgar Edgerton, Major General, USMA, WWII, Engineering Officer, Panama, White House
Raphael A. Edmonston - First Lieutenant (Surgeon)  Philippine Insurrection - INFO NEEDED
Frederick W. Edson, Lieutenant Colonel, World War II, Korea, Vietnam
Clarence Ransom Edwards, Major General, USMA - Spanish-American War, Philippines, WWI - DSM
Edna Marie Nelson Edwards. Major - Career Military Nurse, Highly Decorated, WWII
John Edwards, Brigadier General (Civil War), Member of Congress, Govt Official
Oliver Edwards, Colonel, USMA - Son-in-Law of E.C. Gilbreath - INFORMATION NEEDED
William Wailer Edwards, Colonel, USMA - Cavalry Officer, Philippines, Mexican Border, World War I
James Egan, Captain, Civil War, Indian Wars, Cavalry - INFORMATION NEEDED
Harry Clay Egbert, Brigadier General - Killed in Philippines Insurrection
Daniel W. Eggers, Captain, Special Forces, Killed In Operation Enduring Freedom, Afghanistan - PH
Frederick I. Eglin, Lieutenant Colonel, Air Corps - Aviation Pioneer, Killed In 1937 Crash
Jody L. Egnor, Chief Warrant Officer, Aviator, Killed In Helicopter Crash In The Philippines
Robert Lawrence Eichelberger, General, USMA, WWI, WWII, DSC, DSM
Charles William Eifler, Lieutenant General, WWII, Vietnam - Logistics & Missile Expert - DSM, BSM, AM
James Montgomery Elder, Colonel - USMA - Nuclear Weapons Development
John Fletcher Elder III, Lieutenant Colonel - USMA - Army Aviator - Korea, Vietnam
John Howard Elder, Jr., Lieutenant General, World War II, Korea - Airborne Commander
Allen J. Eldredge, Master Sergeant, Korea, Vietnam - Sergreant of the Guard, Tomb of the Unknowns
Gary W. Eldridge, Colonel, Army Aviator - Vietnam War - LM, DFC, BSM, AM, PH
Estel Emerson Elkins, Sr - Highly Decorated Combat Veteran
George Henry Elliott, Colonel, USMA, Corps of Engineers, Civil War - INFORMATION NEEDED
Luther Edward Ellis, Captain, World War I, Distinguished Service Cross - INFO NEEDED
 George Ferros Eldred, Jr., First Lieutenant, Air Corps, Killed In Action In WWII
Bogardus Eldridge, Captain, Killed-in-Action, Philippines Insurrection - INFO NEEDED
Margaret Louise Ellerman, Lieutenant Colonel - Career Finance Officer
William George Elliot, First Lieutenant, USMA, 12th U. S. Infantry - INFORMATION NEEDED
Daniel Lucas Elliott, Specialist, Killed In Iraq, Operation New Dawn - PH, BSM
James Elliott, Colonel, Vietnam War, Highly Decorate - SS, LM, PH, BSM, DFC
Walter A. Elliott- Colonel, D-Day At Normandy
Arthur Monroe Ellis, Colonel, USMA, WWI, WWII, Father of Frank Terry Ellis, USAF
Edmund DeTreville Ellis, Colonel, USMA, Mexican Border, WWI, WWII, Died At Age 104
Jessica Ann Ellis, Corporal, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - BSM, PH
Hugh Merle Elmendorf, Captain, Air Service - WWI, Killed In Air Crash
John D. Elmore, Second Lieutenant, Killed In Action, Korean War - CIB, PH
LeRoy Eltinge - Major General, World War I
Kenneth B. Elwell, Master Sergeant, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - PH, BSM, CIB
Eugene Barber Ely, Colonel, Artillery - USMA, WWII, Son of Hanson E. Ely
Hanson Edward Ely, Major General, USMA, WWI, Philippine Insurrection, DSC, DSM
John Ashton Ely, Colonel, USMA - WWII, Vietnam - Son Of Hanson E. Ely - INFO NEEDED
Louis Brainerd Ely, Colonel, USMA, LM, Commanded The First Rangers In Korea
Stanley Dunbar Embick - Lieutenant General, WWII Strategist
Ambrose Robert Emery, Brigadier General, Philippines, WWI, WWII
Christian P. Engeldrum, Sergeant, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH - NYC Firefighter\
John William Engeman, Chief Warrant Officer - Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Jean E. Engler, Lieutenant General, USMA, WWII, Deputy Commander In Vietnam
Harry F. Ennis, Colonel - 30-Year Career Officer
William Peirce Ennis, Brigadier General, USMA, Artillery, WWI, DSM, Army Brat
Howard Clifton Enoch, Jr., Second Lieutenant, Army Air Forces - Killed Over Germany In 1945 - Returned Home In 2008 - PH, AM
Berkeley Enochs - Brigadier General, Spanish-American War, World War I
William Henry Enochs- Brigadier General, Civil War - Member of Congress
Peter G. Enos, Specialist, Killed In Action, Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Joseph F. Enright, Jr - USMA Graduate & Vietnam Veteran
Ruben Javier Enriquez - Submitted By His Daughter, Christina
Andrew Erandis, Sergeant, Killed In Korean War In 1950 - Returned Home In 2006 - PH
Christopher M. Erberich, Sergeant, Killed In Helicopter Training Accident In Georgia
Alfred H. Erck, Major, USMA - Infantry Officer, World War I, An Army Brat
Donald Paul Eriksen, Brigadier General, WWII, Longest Serving Division Artillery Commander - INFO NEEDED
Oswald Herbert Ernst, Major General, USMA, Supeintendent of USMA - INFORMATION NEEDED
Howell Marion Estes, Sr., Colonel - USMA - WWI, WWII - LM - Son A USAF Full General
Shannon E. Estill, First Lieutenant, Air Corps - Killed In 1945 (World War II) Returned Home In 2006 - AM, PH
Asa J. Etheridge, Captain, Army Aviator - Died 1932 - Wife Died 1959 - INFORMATON NEEDED
Winton O. Etz, Colonel - Army Air Corps, World War II Veteran
James Reese Europe, Lieutenant, WWII - Introduced Jazz To Europe In 1919 - Murder Victim
Benjamin Crabbs Evans, Jr., Major, USMA - Korean War, Central Intelligence Agency Official
Benjamin Franklin Evans, Jr., Major General, USMA - World War II Commander - DSM, SS, LM, BSM
David Evans, Jr., Private - Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - May 2003
Frederick Dahl Evans, Brigadier General, USMA - INFO NEEDED
Henry Cotheal Evans, Jr., Colonel, USMA - Korea, Vietnam, Gifted Dog Trainer - BSM, AM
Hugh Legar Evans, First Lieutenant, Army Air Forces - Survived Shoot-Down - Murdered By A Group Of German Civilians - PH
Paul W. Evans, Lieutenant Colonel, World War I, Signal Corps Pioneer
Charles Irvin Everett, Sr., Command Sergeant Major, World War II, Korean War, Vietnam War
Margaret Decker Everitt, Army Spouse, Oldest Descendant of Sam Houston
Medgar Wiley Evers , Sergeant - World War II - Assassinated Ciivil Rights Leader
Paul Evert, First Lieutenant, Air Corps - Killed In 1928 Balloon Crash - INFORMATION NEEDED
James Heath Ewell, Jr., First Lieutenant, Killed In WWI - PH - INFORMATION NEEDED
Julian Johnson Ewell, Lieuenant General, USMA - WWII, Korea, Vietnam - Battle of Bastogne, DSC, DSM, LM, SS, BSM, PH, AM
Forrest P. Ewens, First Lieutenant, Killed In Operation Enduring Freedom - PH
Charles Ewing, Brigadier General, Civil War - Brother-in-Law of William T. Sherman
Evarts Stinson Ewing, Captain, Civil War, Indian Wars - INFORMATION NEEDED
Charles Wesley Exton, Colonel, USMA, Spanish-American War, Philippines, WWI
Hugh McClellan Exton, Lieutenant General, USMA, WWII, Korea, Vietnam - DSM, SS, LM, AM, PH
Douglas M. Eye, Colonel, Korean War, Vietnam War, LM, BSM
Lawrence D. Ezell, Sergeant, United States Army
Troy S. Ezernack, Sergeant, Killed In Operation Enduring Freedom- PH

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Charles Fair, First Lieutenant, US Army Colored Troops, Civil War - INFORMATION NEEDED
Leland Boyd Fair, Colonel, WWII, Korea, Vietnam - DSC, SS, LM, BSM, PH, CIB
Douglas E. Fairchild, First Lieutenant, Army Aviator - World War II - AM, DSC
Don Carlos Faith - Brigadier General, Trained WAC In World War II
Don Carlos Faith, Jr. - Killed In Korea - Medal Of Honor
Jonathan I. Falaniko, Private, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Christopher M. Falkel, Staff Sergeant, Special Forces, Killed In Operation Ending Freedom - BSM, PH
Robert Arthur Falkenau, First Lieutenant, Killed In Action In Vietnam - PH, SS
Louis Delton Fancher, Captain, Intelligence Officer, WWI - American Artist
Clayton Allen Fannin, Captain, USMA, Army Aviator - Killed In Vietnam In 1963, PH
William E. Farber, Colonel - His Death Resulted In A Sensational Murder Trial
Henry Joseph Farnsworth, Major, Cavalry Officer, Civil War - Indian Wars - INFO NEEDED
Howell Joseph Farnworth, Sergeant, World War II Paratrooper & Prisoner of War - PH
Thomas Henderson Farnsworth, First Lieutenant, Air Service, Killed In Action, WWI - Distinguished Service Cross, PH - Uncle Of T.H. Farnsworth
Thomas Henderson Farnsworth, Colonel - USMA - Decorated Veteran of WWII & Korea
Clay P. Farr, Specialist, Killed In Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Edward C. Farrell, Private, SAW, Philippines - Was To Be Buried In Pauper's Field - Rescued & Buried By Spanish Veterans
Edward Leo Farrell, Jr. - Lieutenant Colonel, WWII, Korean War, Highly Decorated
Henry Schofield Farrell, First Lieutenant, 60th NY Infantry - Civil War - INFORMATION NEEDED
William G. Farrow - First Lieutenant, Doolittle Raider - Executed While A Prisoner
Louis Regnault Fausset, Colonel, From Private To Colonel - World War II, Korea, Vietnam
Clifford Fawn, Sergeant - Killed In WWII Air Crash - Found 46 Years Later
George Lea Febiger - 1st Lieutenant, Killed In Philippines (100 Vs. 4000)
George Lea Febiger, Jr., Colonel, INFORMATION NEEDED
James Edmond Fechet - Major General, Early Army Aviation Commander
Jacob Meyer Fein, Chief Warrant Officer, WWII - Historian of Fort Totten, New York
Herman Feldman, Major General, Quartermaster General of the Army - From Private to General
Todd Leo Felix, Staff Sergeant, Bosnia, Iraq - Died Of Cancer At Age 42 In Kansas
Charles Wendell Fenton, Lieutenant Colonel, USMA - Indian Wars - Cavalry Officer - INFORMATION NEEDED
Joseph J. Fenty, Lieutenant Colonel, Killed In Afghanistan Helicopter Crash - Operation Enduring Freedom - PH
Claude B. Ferenbaugh, Lieutenant General, World War II, Korea - INFORMATION NEEDED
Charles D. Ferguson, Private, Killed In Action In France In World War II, PH
David C. Ferguson, Sergeant - Decorated Vietnam Veteran - Killed In Traffic Accident
Winston Ferguson, Private, Army Air Corps, KIA In WWII, Shot Down Over Frankfurt, Germany
Newton Ferree, First Lieutenant, Civil War - His Son Died In The Spanish-American War
Calister O. Putello Ferrebee, Colonel, INFORMATION NEEDED
William Mead Ferris, Jr., Second Lieutenant, Killed In Action, World War I - PH - INFO NEEDED
Gregory J. Fester, Major - Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - BSM, PH
Gordon K. Fetkenhour - Colonel, Decorated Vietnam Veteran - Submitted By David
James Hoover Fette, Colonel, USMA, Signal Corps, Pentagon War Room, Vietnam, LM
Leroy Gilbert Fick, Sergeant, WWII, Korean War - SS, BSM, PH
John E. Fidler, Captain, WWI, Killed In Explosion At An Army Arsenal In 1930
Fearn Field, First Lieutenant, USMA - Killed In Germany In WWII - Silver Star, Purple Heart
Francis Almon Field, Captain, Infantry, Civil War, Gettysburg - INFORMATION NEEDED
Michael Finlay Field, Major - Airborne, Aviator, Highly Decorated - Killed In Vietnam
John Webster Finch, Specialist 4, Killed In Action, Vietnam War - BSM, PH
Walter C. Fingerhut, Lieutenant Colonel, World War II, Korean War, SS, BSM
Matthew Edward Finn, First Lieutenant, Air Corps - Early Army Aviator (1897-1927) - INFO NEEDED
John G. Wilhelm Finke, Lieutenant Colonel, World War II, Korea - Distinguished Service Cross (DSC)
Cynthia D. Finnegan, Major, Army Nurse Corps - Left Us Too Young
Walter Emerson Finnegan - Colonel, "To Tara," His Daughter
Caesar Frank Fiore, Colonel, West Point, WWII Combat Commander
Harvey Herman Fischer, Lieutenant General, USMA, WWII, Korea, Infantry Commander
Kenneth Peter Fischer, Colonel & WWII Veteran
Richard Leo Fischer, Colonel, 30+ Years of Service - Korea, Vietnam - From Enlisted To Colonel - LM
Keith E. Fiscus, Sergeant, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
William Watson Fiscus, Jr., First Lieutenant, USMA - Possibly Killed In Philippines - INFORMATION NEEDED
Roscoe A. Fish, Major, United States Army - Civil War - INFORMATION NEEDED
John Merritt Fisher, Sergeant, WWII, Reporter For The Chicago Tribune Washington Bureau
Raymond E. Fisher, Sergeant, Killed With Other Aircrew Members in World War II, PH
Sidney Lanier Fisher, Second Lieutenant, Tank & Ordnance Corps, Killed 3 Days Before The WWI Armistice - PH - INFO NEEDED
Harry Barclay Fisher, Colonel - WWII, Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Official
Joseph Lyman Fisher, Sergeant, Member of Congress, WWII - Educator
Robert Lee Fisher, First Lieutenant, Killed In 1960 Aircraft Crash In California
Sean P. Fisher, Staff Sergeant, Killed In Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom - BSM
Leon John Fishkin, Colonel, WWII, Korea, Communications Expert, LM, BSM
Robert Emil Fiss, Colonel - WWII, Korea, Vietnam, NATO
Alva Revista Fitch- Lieutenant General, Survived Bataan Death March
Arlington Fitchett, Infant Daughter of C. Fitchett - Original 1870 Headstone - INFO NEEDED
William Thrower Fitts III, Major, USMA, Korean War, Ranger, Airborne, Aviator, SS, BSM
John M. Fitzgerald II, Colonel, USMA - World War II, Vietnam - DSSM, LM, BSM, AM
Joseph Fitzgerald, Sergeant - Killed In Vietnam In 1967 - Returned Home In 1997
 Charles Lane Fitzhugh, Brigadier General, Civil War Cavalry Officer - INFORMATION NEEDED
Robert Hughes Fitzhugh, Lieutenant Colonel, Civil War - Gettysburg - INFORMATION NEEDED
Francis J. Fitzpatrick, Major, Corps of Engineers - Killed In 1939 Auto Accident
Barry Frank Fivelson, Chief Warrant Officer - MIA In Vietnam In 1971 - Returned Home In 2002
Louis Ferdinand Fix, Captain, From Luxembourg - Civil War Service
Clement Alexander Finley Flagler, Major General, USMA, Engineer - Mexico, WWI - Son Of D. W. Flagler
Daniel Webster Flagler, Brigadier General, USMA, Civil War, Chief of Army Ordnance
Dennis J. Flanagan, Sergeant, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Robert John Fleming, Jr. - Major General, Submitted By Marion Beasley
Allan S. Fletcher, Lieutenant Colonel, Philippines Veteran
The Fletcher Family - Decades of Service To America - INFO NEEDED
Robert H. Fletcher, Colonel, Member of the Long-Serving Fletcher Family - INFO NEEDED
Robert Howe Fletcher, Captain, Indian Wars, Member of the Long-Serving Fletcher Family - INFO NEEDED
Harry Albert Flint, Colonel, USMA - WWI, WWII, Killed In Action In WWII - PH
Camy Florexil, Specialist, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - BSM, PH
Walter Flowers, First Lieutenant & Member of Congress
Harry Arthur Floyd, Lieutenant Colonel - USMA, Infantry, Airborne, Vietnam War
James W. Fogt, Sergeant Major - Decorated Vietnam Veteran
Joseph Roger Folio, Lieutenant Colonel, Corps of Engineers - WWII
Marion B. Folsom, Captain & Government Official (Secretary of HEW)
Frederick Steinman Foltz - Brigadier General, Spanish-American,WWI
Augustus Russell Street Foote, Captain, Served In Both Navy and Army, Civil War - INFO NEEDED
Morris Cooper Foote, Brigadier General, Civil War, Indian Wars, Spanish War - INFOMRATION NEEDED
Stephen Miller Foote, Brigadier General, USMA, Indian Wars, Spanish-American War
Robert Charles Forbes, Sr.. Major General, WWII, Korea, Vietnam - A True Warrior
Thomas Vernon Forburger, Colonel - 27-Year-Career, Vietnam War, LM, BSM
Jason C. Ford, Specialist, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Neal Francis Ford, Sergeant, WWII, Merrill's Marauders
Richard L. Ford, Sergeant, 82nd Airborne - Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - BSM, PH
Jonathan Forde, Segeant - Died Of Meningitis While On Duty - Left Us Too Soon
Robert C. Forman, Major General - Vietnam Combat Commander
Nathan Bedford Forrest - Major General, World War II - Confederate Namesake
Nola G. Forrest, Lieutenant Colonel - Army Nurse Corps, Bronze Star In WWII
Albert G. Forse, Major - Killed At San Juan Hill In 1898
The Forsyth Family, An Army Tradition
Granville Roland Fortescue - Major, World War I, Writer, Author
William Henry Forwood, Brigadier General - Civil War & Indian Wars - Surgeon General of the Army
George Everett Foster- 2nd Lieutenant, Killed In Korea
Johnie Forte, Jr., Brigadier General, Korea, Vietnam, School Official
David Ewing Foster - Colonel, WWII, Korea, Vietnam
Hadley Foster, Major, Killed In The Vietnam War - PH
Kenneth Edelle Foster, Sergeant, Husband Of Sandra Foster, 9/11 Victim
Sandra Hill Foster, Army Spouse & Pentagon Employee - Killed In Terrorist Attack On The Pentagon: 11 September 2001
William Chapman Foster, Second Lieutenant, - WWI, Government Official - Deputy Secretary of Defense
Samuel Warren Fountain, Brigadier General, USMA - Civil War - Indian Wars
Byron J. Fouty, Specialist - Killed In Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom - BSM, PH
Alonzo Patrick Fox, Lieutenant General - WWII, Korea, Assistant To General MacArthur
George L. Fox, First Lieuenant (Chaplain) Sacrificed His Life So That Others May Live - WWII - DSC, PH
James M. Fox, Sgt,  WWI, WWII & Korea: Submitted By His Nephew, James Fedina
Thomas Daniel Fox, Lieutenant Colonel, WWII Vet, DEA Official
Walter M. Fox, Chief Warrant Officer Five, Killed In Kentucky Helicopter Crash
Royal Thaxter Frank - Brigadier General, Civil & Spanish-American War
Vivian March Frank, Army Daughter and Spouse - Daughter of General P.C. March
Carl G. Franke, Chief Warrant Officer - World War II, Korean War, Vietnam War
Zane Lee Franz, Master Sergeant, Korean War - SS, PH
Daniel A. Frazier, Sergeant, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - PH, BSM
Laurence Verner Frazier, Colonel, USMA - Corps of Engineers, Philippines, World War I
 James Archibald Frear, Pvt, US Army, Colonel, Natl Guard - Member of Congress
Kendall K. Frederick, Specialist, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Richard Henry Free, Major General - Highly Decorated Veteran of WWII & Korea
Lawrence N. Freedman, Sergeant Major - Special Forces Medical - Vietnam - CIA Operative - Killed In Somalia
Dwight E. Frazee, Private First Class, Killed In Action, Tunisia, World War II, PH
John T. French, Jr., Lieutenant Colonel, USMA - Indian Wars, Spanish-American War
Herbert Ernest Frenzell, PFC, Killed In Action In Vietnam
John Frederick Fritz Freund, Major General, Naval Academy Grad, WWII, Vietnam, Highly Decorated
Elizebeth Smith Friedman, Army Spouse & Government Codebreaker
Ira Livingston Fredendall, Lieutenant Colonel, Spanish-American War, Father of A Future Lieutenant General
William Frederick Friedman - Colonel, Broke Japanese Codes In WWII
Amos Alfred Fries, Brigadier General, USMA, Engineers, Chief of the Chemical Warfare Branch
John W. Frink, Chief Warrant Officer - Killed In Vietnam - Returned Home 30 Years Later
Kerry W. Frith, Sergeant, Killed In Helicopter Crash In The Philippines, Anti-Terror Campaign, PH
Carl F. Fritzsche, Major General, USMA - WWII, Korea - Killed In 1960 Plane Crash In California - LM, BSM
Kathryn George Frost, Major General, White House Aide, AAFES Commander, Wife of Former Congressman Martin Frost
William Arnold Frutig - Battle of the Bulge & Auto Industry Executive
Byron H. Fry, Corporal - A Cavalry Wagoneer - Died At Age 34
Edwin Keith Fuller, Captain, Army Air Force, WWII, POW, President of Associated Press
John Elliot Fuller, Lieutenant Colonel, WWII, Korea - Intelligence Specialist - BSM
Lawrence Joseph Fuller, Major General - Deputy Director of Defense Intelligence Agency
Leigh Austin Fuller, Colonel, Medical Officer - Spanish War, Philippines Insurrection, World War I
Margaret E. Fuller, Spouse, Wife of L. A. Fuller, Jr - Daughter of MG Hanson E. Ely, Died At Age 24
Robert Waight Fuller, Lieutenant Colonel, USMA - World War II, D-Day - BSM, PH, AM - Central Intelligence Agency
George R. Fullerton, Colonel - Signal Officer, West Point Instructor
Stephen Ogden Fuqua - Major General, WWI, Writer For Newsweek
John Vincent Furey- Brigadier General, Civil  & Spanish-American War
Jack C. Fuson, Lieutenant General, WWII, Korea, Vietnam - Deputy CoS For Logistics - DSM, LM, BSM, PH
James Thurman Futch, Private, Killed In Korean War When His Vehicle Was Struck By A Train
Theodore L. Futch - Brigadier General, World Wars I & II
Richard Stanley Fye, Brigadier General, USMA - Vietnam - DSM, LM, DFC, BSM, AM
Virginia Lei S. Fye, Military Daughter & Spouse

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Marilyn L. Gabbard, Sergeant Major, Killed In Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Charles P. Gaffney, Jr., Corporal, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - BSM, PH
George Gaffney, Second Lieutenant - Killed In 1944, Buried In Arlington In 1999
David Du Bose Gaillard, Colonel, USMA - Principal Engineer On Construction Of The Panama Canal
Arthur Raymond Gaines, Major General, Medical Corps - INFORMATION NEEDED
Leonce E. Gaiter - Colonel - WWII & Vietnam
Ridgley Gaither, Lieutenant General, Airborne Pioneer, WWII, Korea, DSM, LM, BSM
Justin J. Galewski, Sergeant, Killed In Afghanistan Disarming Enemy Rockets
Robert Gallardo, Lieutenant Colonel, Highly Decorated Veteran of WWII, Korea & Vietnam
Peter Joseph Gallo, First Lieutenant - Killed In Vietnam - Grandson of the Gallo Winery Founders
James Winston Galloway, Sergeant, Shot Down Over France - German POW - Stalag 17 - DFC, PH
Thomas T. Galloway, Major, Air Corps - Killed Over France In 1944 - Son-in-Law of General E. M. Almond - PH
Joseph Ganahl, Colonel - USMA, Vietnam War Veteran
Arthur Joshua Gang - Colonel, WWII Vet, Government Official
Ruth M. Gardiner, Second Lieutenant, First Army Nurse Killed On Duty In World War II
 Augustus Peabody Gardner, Major - Member of Congress
William Gardner, First Lieutenant, USMA, WWII, KIA At Omaha Beach, Normandy 6 June 1944
William Henry Gardner, Lieutenant Colonel, Surgeon, Civil War - Deputy Surgeon General - INFO NEEDED
Charles W. "Gus" Garnham,Captain, Highly Decorated WWII Veteran
Berman Ganoe, Jr., Specialist 4, Killed In Vietnam - Returned Home In 2001
Squire Gardner, Private, Killed In Action, Civil War, An Early Burial At Arlington
William F. Gardner, Captain, Killed In Action, WWII, Battle of the Bulge - PH
Thomas Philip Garigan, Colonel, USMA - 82nd Airborne - Vietnam - SS
Dennis Garland, Staff Sergeant, Korea, Killed In Vietnam War - BSM, PH, CIB
John Spotswood Garland, Captain, INFORMATION NEEDED
Creswell Garlington, Brigadier General, Son of Ernest A. Garlington, US Army INFO NEEDED
Cyrus Garnsey III, Second Lieutenant, Killed In Action, WWI - Distinguished Service Cross (DSC)
Joseph Garrard, Colonel, USMA - Indian Wars - Cavalry Officer - INFORMATION NEEDED
John William Garrett, Jr, Chief Warrant Officer, Aviator - Killed In Friendly-Fire Incident In Northern Iraq In 1994
Mickel D. Garrigus, Sergeant, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Hampson Boren Gary, Colonel & Foreign Service Officer
Glaudis Pierre Gaspard, Jr., Lieutenant Colonel, USMA - Vietnam Combat Commander - DSM, LM, DFC, AM, BSM, PH
Lorenzo Dow Gasser, Major General, Spanish-American War, World War I, World War II
Alanson D. Gaston, Captain, Civil War - 26th Iowa Infantry - INFORMATION NEEDED
Leo P. Gatens, Sergeant, World War II, Killed In Action In Germany, BSM, PH
John Luther Gates, Lieutenant Colonel, WWII, National DAV Officer
Charles Bare Gatewood - First Lieutenant, Indian Fighter, Captured Geronimo
Charles Bhaer Gatewood, Colonel, WWI, Son Of Lieutenant Gatewood - INFO NEEDED
Leon Harry Gavin, Sergeant (WWI), Member of Congress
Mary Gavin, Lieutenant Colonel, Army Nurse In Both WWI & WWII
Stephen D. Gavin, Private First Class, 82nd Airborne, Killed In Auto Accident
Robert Alexander Gaw, Corporal, World War II, Battle of the Bulge Veteran
William Madison Gay, Major, Medical Officer - Cited For Bravery In World War I
Tayyne Naomi Gaylord, Major, Army Nurse Corps - World War II & Korean War
Guy L. Gearhart, Major, Air Service - Killed In 1922 Mid-Air Collision Over Virginia
Thomas William Gease, Sergeant - WWII, Bataan Death March Survivor - POW
Nancy Jean Aiello Gehley, Military Spouse - Loving Mother, Grandmother, Friend To All Who Knew Her
Frederick Henry Gehrmann, Private, United States Army
Harold Geiger, Major, Air Service - Early Army Aviator - Killed In Airplane Crash
William Dodd Geiger, Major, Army Air Forces - WWII, POW - INFORMATION NEEDED
Sidney Gelber, Master Sergeant - World War II, Korean War, Vietnam War
Joseph Wiley Gelray, Captain - Civil War, Gettysburg, Indian Wars
Thomas J. Gendron, Colonel, Highly Decorated Infantry Officer In WWII
Aaron M. Genevie, Private First Class, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Alfred Gentile, First Lieutenant, Decorated Vietnam Veteran - SS, BSM, AM, PH
Louis V. Genuario, Sr., Lieutenant Colonel, USMA - WWII, Korean War - SS, PH
John George Georgelas, Colonel, WWII, Virginia-Area Home Builder - LM, BSM, PH
Matthew Eric George, Specialist, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - PH, BSM
Thomas N. Georges - Decorated Vietnam Veteran - Air Crash Victim
Charles Gerhardt, Brigadier General, USMA - Indian Wars - Father Of Charles Hunger Gerhardt
Charles Hunter Gerhardt, Major General, Controversial WWII Leader - Normandy Invasion
Bromley Howard German, First Lieutenant, Killed In Vietnam - DSC, PH
Leonard Townsend Gerow, General, Virginia Military Institute - Mexican Border, WWI, WWII - DSM, LM, SS, BSM
John Love Gerrity, Major General, USMA - Vietnam, Army Planner - DSM, SS, LM, BSM, AM
Royal L. Gervais, Colonel, World War I, World War II - SS, LM - INFO NEEDED
Andrew Geddes, Captain, Civil War, Indian Wars, Checkered Career, Dismissed From The Service
George Washington Getty - Major General, Civil War
Charles M. Gettys, Major General, Vietnam Commander
Bartholomew Giacalone - Killed In Tibet In WWII - Found In 1997
Henry Gibbins, Major General, Quartermaster General of the United States Army
John Gibbon - Major General, Civil War - Indian Fighter
Thomas J. Gibbons, Chief Warrant Officer, Aviator - Killed In Helicopter Crash In Afghanistan
David Gibbs, Chief Warrant Officer, Killed In Albania Apache Helicopter Crash
George Sabin Gibbs, Major General - Spanish-American War, WWI, Chief Signal Officer
Adelno Gibson, Colonel, Spanish-American War, World War I, World War II - INFO NEEDED
Edwin Olney Gibson, Captain, Civil War, Indian Wars - INFO NEEDED
Francis Marion Gibson, Captain, Civil War  - Indian Fighter
James M. Gibson, Brigadier General, Decorated Veteran of WWII, Korea & Vietnam
Karl H. Gibson, Sergeant - WWII, Killed In Korea - Body Not Recovered - Wife In Arlington
William Ruff Gibson, Colonel, USMA - Civil War, Indian Wars, Pay Department - INFORMATION NEEDED
Erasmus Corwin Gilbreath, Major - Civil War, Spanish-American War, Died In Puerto Rico
Charles R. Gildart, Jr., Lieutenant Colonel, USMA, WWII, Korea, Vietnam - LM, BSM, PH
Thomas James Gillies, First Sergeant, World War II Veteran - Submitted By His Son
Alvan Cullom Gillem,Colonel, Cavalry Officer, Spanish-American War, Philippines - INFO NEEDED
Alvan Cullom Gillem, Jr., Lieutenant General - WWI, WWII - Son of the Colonel - INFO NEEDED
John William Gillespie, Jr., Lieutenant Colonel - USMA, Artillery Officer
Melvin E. Gillette, Colonel, Mexican Border, WWI, WWI - Architect Of Military Pictorial Service - LM, BSM
Harrell Nelson Gillis, Colonel, World War II, Koreaa, Vietnam - "A Virginia Gentleman"
Albert Gilmor, Colonel - 1881-1971 - USMA, Philippines Insurrection, World War I
Charles D. Gilmore, Colonel, 20th Maine Infantry, Civil War - INFORMATION NEEDED
Cornell W. Gilmore, Command Sergeant Major, Killed In Iraq Helicopter Crash -BSM, PH
George Henry Gilmore, Sr., Major, Cold War Intelligence Officer - BSM
John Curtis Gilmore, Jr., Colonel, USMA, Indian Wars, Spanish-American War - Son of a General
William Walker Gilmore, Private First Class, Killed In Auto Accident At Age 81
Louis S. Gimbel, Lieutenant Colonel, Air Corps - Killed In Air Crash Accident In 1941 - Member of The Department Store Family
Alfred Conrad Girard, Brigadier General, Physician, Civil War, Indian Wars
Charles J. Girard, Brigadier General, WWII, Vietnam - DSM, SS, DFC, AM, BSM - INFO NEEDED
Joshua S. Gire, Staff Sergeant, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduing Freedom -PH, BSM
Eugene Girman, Sergeant, United States Army Air Forces - WWII Prisoner of War - PH
George Washington Gist, Captain, Civil War Veteran
John Frederick Glade, Private, Seriously Wounded In World War I, Purple Heart
Alfred Glascock, Captain, Medical Corps, Killed In France In WWII, Son of A Confedrate Officer
Samuel Lyle Glasgow, Brigadier General, Civil War - Foreign Service Officer - Wife A Suicide At Age 45
John Nelson Glass, First Lieutenant, USMA - Indian Wars, 6th U. S. Cavalry - INFORMATION NEEDED
Raymond J. Glaze, Lieutenant Colonel, World War II, Vietnam - DSC, PH
John Hasset Gleason, Lieutenant Colonel, Civil War - Brevet Brigadier and Major Genreal of US Volunteers
Boyce Lee Glenn, Corporal, United States Marine Corps - Sergeant, U. S. Army, WWII, Korea, Vietnam - INFO NEEDED
Frank Edward Glenney, Sergeant - Vet of WWII and Vietnam - Purple Heart
Roland M. Gleszer, Major General - USMA, WWII, Vietnam, MDW Commander
William C. Glisson, Colonel - Highly Decorated Infantry Commander, Korea & Vietnam
Toney Lamar Goble II, Specialist, Iraq, Afghanistan - Died While Home In Leave In Alabama
Edward Allison Godwin, Brigadier General - USMA, Civil War, Indian Wars
Julien D. Goell, Second Lieutenant, Killed In Action, WWII - INFO NEEDED
Robert C. Goetz, Brigadier General, Vietnam War - DSM, LM, BSM
 Guy Despard Goff, Colonel (World War I), United States Senator
Benni Goldblatt, Captain, Spanish-American War, World War I - INFO NEEDED
Washington Laird Goldsborough, Captain, Philippines Insurrection - INFORMATION NEEDED
James Charles Goldthorpe, CWO 4, Army Aviaor - Vietnam - Killed In 2005 Crash - Body Not Recovered -Memorial Stone
Richard P. Golick - WWII Vet, Founder, Order of the Purple Heart
Ronald Golinski, Colonel - Killed In Terrorist Attack On The Pentagon: 11 September 2001
John M. Golladay, Private, Killed In Action In France, World War I, PH
Elton A. Gongwer, Captain, World War I - Aide to General John J. Pershing
Edmond Charles Gonyea, Jr., Lieutenant Colonel, Infantry Officer, Vietnam War
Michael L. Gonzalez, Specialist, Killed In Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom - BSM, PH
Orlando E. Gonzalez, Private First Class, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - BSM, PH
Peter J. Gonzalez, Sergeant, WWII, Purple Heart, FBI & CIA Investigator
Felix G. Gonzalez-Iraheta, Sergeant, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Gary L. Gooch, Jr., Specialit, Killed In Afghanitan - PH, BSM, CIB
Alexander D. Goode, First Lieutenant (Chaplain) Sacrificed His Life So That Others Might Live - WWII - DSC, PH
Max W. Goodman, Colonel, World War II, Third U.S. Army
Andrew Jackson Goodpaster, General, USMA - WWII, Vietnam, Presidential Adviser, NATO Commander - DSC, SS, PH
 James M. Goodwin, Colonel, WWII OSS , Airborne In Korea, Original Green Beret
Robert Dwight Goodwin, First Lieutenant, Spanish-American War, Philippines - INFO NEEDED
Alexander K. Gordon, Private, 35th Michigan Infantry - INFORMATION NEEDED
Charles Garnett Gordon, Captain, Civil War, Indian Wars, Cavalry Officer - INFORMATION NEEDED
Walter Henry Gordon, Major General, USMA - Spanish-American War, Philippines, WWI - DSM
William F. Gordon, Sergeant First Class, SoC Medic, Gulf War, Iraq, Afghanistan - Killed In Aiuto Accident In North Carolina - BSM
William Crawford Gorgas - Physician & Fought Yellow Fever In Panama
George B. Gorham, Captain, Coast Artillery Corps - Died In 1918 - INFORMATION NEEDED
Martin Gormley, Jr. - WWII Air Corps Service - Distinguished Flying Cross
Ephriam M. Goss, Lieutenant Colonel - Decorated Vet Of Korea & Vietnam
Jackson S. Gouraud III, Colonel, 7th Generation of American Soldiers, WWII, LM, BSM, CIB, PH
James Bartholomew Gowen, Brigadier General, USMA - Spanish-American War, Philipines, World War I
Frederick D. Grab, Second Lieutenant, WWI - Commerce Department - Killed In Plane Crash In Venezuela
Leonard J. Grabow - WWII Veteran - Reserve Colonel
Norman Dieter Grabowski, Colonel, Standoff With Communist In German - Vietnam War - LM
Annie Ruth Graham, Lieutenant Colonel, Nurse Corps, WWII, Korea, Vietnam - Died In Vietnam
Daniel O. Graham, Lieutenant General - USMA, WWII, Korea, CIA, DIA, Star Wars Defense System
James Duncan Graham, First Lieutenant, USMA - Civil War, Indian Wars, Son of Lawrence Pike Graham
John A. Graham III, Captain, USMA - Army Aviator - Korea - DFC, AM, PH
Lawrence Pike Graham & Family - Major General, Civil War
William Alexander Graham - Colonel & Custer Author
Ambrosio Salazar Grandea, Major (Chaplain), Killed In Action, Vietnam War
Brian K. Grant, Private, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
 George McInvale Grant, Private (World War I) & Member of Congress
Jonathan D. Grassbaugh, Captain, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - Army Ranger - PH, BSM
William Preston Graves, Major, Civil War Artillery Officer - INFOMRMATION NEEDED
William Sidney Graves - Major General, Siberian Expedition After WWI
Alonzo Gray, Colonel, USMA - Cavalry Officer - Philippines
George Alfonso Gray, Captain, Air Service, Early Army Aviator - Learned From The Wright Brothers - WWI
Hawthorne C. Gray, Captain, Air Service, Killed In Establishing Altitude Record
John W. Gray, Private, Killed In Action, World War I - PH - INFO NEEDED
Mason Wilbur Gray, Major, Chief Intellegence Officer, 6th Div, Killed In WWI
Yance T. Gray, Sergeant, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - BSM, CIB
Thomas Jackson Grayson, Brigadier General, Distingusihed Service Cross (DSC) INFORMATION NEEDED
Thomas Jackson Grayson Jr., Sergeant, Killed In The Korean War - PH
Nick Jim Grcich, Sergeant First Class, Died Of Drowning While Serving In Vietnam War
Edwin St. John Greble - Major General, Spanish-American War, WW I
Edwin St. John Greble, Jr., Colonel, USMA - World War I Artillery Commander
Horace John Greeley - Major, Died As POW, World War II
The Adolphus Washington Greely Family - Medal of Honor, Arctic Explorer
Charles Clifford Green, Lieutenant Colonel - Veteran of WWII And Korea
Charles Eugene Green, Colonel - World War II, Korean War, Vietnam War
Gary Green, First Lieutenant - Decorated Vietnam Aviator - "He Was A Warrior"
 Henry Dickinson Green, Captain (Spanish-American War) & Member of Congress
John Green - Colonel, America Revolution
Linda Diane Green, Colonel - 23 Year Career Officer - Killed In Bicycle Accident
Martin Levering Green, Colonel, USMA - WWII, Korea - Son Killed In Vietnam War
 Robert LaMoyne Green, Reserve Colonel, Helped Develp The Zip-Code
Toccaro R. Green, Specialist, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
 Francis Vinton Greene, Major General - Army Brat, USMA, Sp-American War, NYC Police Commissioner, Author
Frank Greene, Lieutenant Colonel, Signal Corps - Spanish-American War, Philippines Insurrection
Lawrence Douglass Greene, First Lieutenant, Killed In Action In Vietnam - PH, CIB
Lawrence Vivians Greene, Brigadier General, USMA - WWII, Vietnam - DSM, SS, LM, BSM
Robert F. Greene, Colonel - Corps of Engineers, Vietnam War, Legion of Merit, Bronze Star
Charles Ravenscroft Greenleaf, Brigadier General, Surgeon, Civil War - INFORMATION NEEDED
Henry Simpson Greenleaf, Colonel, Physician - INFORMATION NEEDED
Thomas William Greer, Lieutenant Colonel, INFORMATION NEEDED
Thomas William Greer, Jr., First Lieutenant - WWII, Killed In Korean War  - SS, PH
John Irvin Gregg, Major General, Mexican War, Civil War - INFO NEEDED
Edwin Smith Green, Colonel, Combat Aviator - Killed In WWII, Body Not Recovered - Memorial Stone - DFC, AM, PH
Francis Stevens Greenlief, Major General - WWII Combat, National Guard Chief
Nathan Andrew Greer - WWI Veteran - Submitted By Bill Greer
Bob Leroy Gregory, Lieutenant Colonel, Killed In Vietnam, 1st Cv Battalion Commander, Distinguished Service Cross, PH
Edmund Bristol Gregory - Lieutenant General, Quartermaster General
James Fingal Gregory, Colonel, USMA, Corps of Engineers, Artillery - INFO NEEDED
Michael James Gregory, Lieutenant Colonel, Vietnam and Ethiopia
Daniel G. Gresham, Sergeant, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - BSM, PH
Walter Quintin Gresham, Major General - Civil War - Government Official
William Charles Gribble, Jr., Lieutenant General, USMA - WWII, Chief of Army Engineers
James Morris Gridley, Major - USMA, Ranger, Korean War, Nuclear Weapons Development
Kevin D. Grieco, Sergeant, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - BSM, PH
Loren Chester Grieves, Colonel, USMA - Philippines, Mexican Border, WWI, WWII
 Anthony Jerome Griffin, Captain & Member of Congress
John A. Griffin, Captain, Iraq Veteran - Killed In North Carolina Scuba Diving Accident - Left Us Too Soon
Harry A. Griffith, Lieutenant General, USMA, WWII, Korea, Vietnam - Army Space Command
Jesse J. Griffith, Sergeant, 1st Illinois Volunteers, Died In Cuba During The War With Spain
Richard Henry Griffiths, Lieutenant Colonel, Spanish-American War, Philippines, WWI, Killed In Action
Philip Douglas Grimm, Colonel, WWII, Korea, Vietnam - Airborne Ranger, DFC, SS, DFC, AM, PH, BSM - A Warrior!
Paul Bennett Grisso, Jr., Sergeant, Battle of The Bulge (WWII) Prisoner of War - Killed With Wife In Car Crash
Sidney Gritz, Brigadier General, WWII, Korea, Vietnam, Iran - From Private To Brigadier General
Charles E. Grogan, Specialist 5, Vietnam Veteran - New York State Trooper
Fred A. Grohghan, Jr., Lieutenant Colonel, WWII, DEA Official - BSM, PH. CIB
Mary Agnes Brown Groover - Lt Colonel, WWII WAC Commander, Govt Official
 Harold Royce Gross, Sergeant (Mexican Border & WWI), Member of Congress
Leslie Richard Groves - Lieutenant General, Developed First Atomic Bomb
Michael D. Groves - Captain, JFK Funeral Escort Officer
Alfred Maximilian Gruenther - General, WW II, SupremeCommander, Allied Powers in Europe
Donald Alfred Gruenther, Colonel, USMA, WWII, Vietnam, Son Of General Gruenther, LM, BSM
Vonno Lamar Gudger, Jr., United States Army & Member of Congress
Robert L. Guillaudeu, Colonel, Medical Corps, Physician - Korean War
Robert Francis Grundman - Major (Pilot) Killed In World War II
Arvid G. Grundset, Colonel, Joined Army At Age 16 - Korea, Vietnam, Iran, Germany - 28 Years Of Service To America
M. Robert Guggenheim - Colonel, World War I - American Ambassador
John W. Gulick, Major General, SAW, Philippines, WWI - Chief of Coast Artillery - DSM
Damon Mott Gunn, Colonel, USMA, WWII, War Crimes Prosecutor
Michael Damien Gunning, Sergeant - Desert Storm Veteran - Bronze Star Medal
James M. Gurbisz, Captain, USMA - Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Odon Gurovits, Captain, Indian Wars - Killed In Philippines Insurrection
William Glen Gustafson, Colonel, World War II, Korea, Vietnam - Citadel Graduate
Paul G. Gutherie, Colonel, World War II, Silver Star & Legion of Merit
Robert Wood Dailey Gutherie, First Lieutenant - USMA, Killed In Action, World War II
John Reiley Guthrie, General, Korea Commander, First American Satellite Launch - DSM, LM, BSM
Boleslaw Gutowski - Private, Killed in Siberian Expedition After WWI
Walter Joseph Gutowski, Captain, Killed In Action, Vietnam War - PH INFORMATION NEEDED

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 William George Haan, Major General, SAW, Philippines, Mexico, WWI
James Edward Hackett, SP4, Killed In Vietnam In 1972, Retrurned Home In 2000
John L. Hackett, Sr., Colonel - Vietnam War - Military Police Corps
David H. Hackworth, Colonel, WWII, Korea, Vietnam - Soldier, Author, Columnist - DSC, SS, LM, CIB, PH, BSM, AM
Brandon E. Hadaway, Sergeant, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - PH, BSM
Albert Joseph Hagel - Lieutenant Colonel, Iran Hostage
James J. Hagerty, Lieutenant Colonel, WWII, Korea - Presidential Adviser
Walter Hael Hagerty, Lieutenant Colonel - WWII, Signal Corps Officer
Frank Joseph Hagney - Major, Highly Decorated WWII Hero
Alexander Meigs Haig, Jr, General,USMA - Korea, Vietnam - DSC, DSM, SS, BSM, PH - Secretary of State
Edgar F. Haines, Colonel, Medical Corps, Surgeon - 33 Years Of Service
John Power Hains, Colonel, USMA, Artillery, Infian Wars, Spanish-American War
Peter Conover Hains, Major General, USMA, Civil War, Spanish-American War
Peter Conover Hains, Jr., Captain, USNA, Artillery Officer
Peter Conover Hains III - Major General, WWII Commander, US Olympic Team
Christopher M. Hake, Sergeant, Killed In Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom - BSM, PH
Harry Clay Hale, Major General, USMA - Philippines Campaign, World War I
Roger W. Haller, Sergeant Major, Afghanistan - Killed In Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Laurence Halstead, Brigadier General, USMA, Philippines, Mexican Border, WWI - DSM
Wade Hampton Haislip - General, WWII Commander
Clarence Dean Hakes, Chief Warrant Officer, Army Aviator - Killed In Vietnam War - PH
Benjamin J. Hall, First Lieuetnant, Army Ranger - Killed In Afghanistan - Operation Enduring Freedom - BSM, PH
Billie Allen Hall, Sergeant, Special Forces Medic, Killed In Vietnam - Distinguished Service Cross (DSC), PH - Unbelievable Courage
Chalmers G. Hall, Colonel, USMA - Aviation Pioneer - WWI - Survived Crash Of The Shanahdoah In 1925
Edward Madison Hall, Jr., Colonel, Federal Trade Commission Official
Enos S. Hall, First Lieutenant, Killed In Action, Civil War
Franklin P. Hall III, First Lieutenant, Vietnam War - Killed In Auto Accident - SS, BSM, PH
Joseph Hines Hall - Killed In Philippine Insurrection
Ohio Columbus Hall, Colonel, World War II, Korean War, Vietnam War
Renselear R. Hall, First Lieutenant, World War I Aviator - Killed In Air Crash
William Calvin Hall, First Lieutenant, Killed In Action, Korean War - PH
William Charles Hall, Colonel - USMA - Talented Ordnance Officer - Development of Weapons
William Richardson Hall, Major (Surgeon), Indian Wars, Killed In Philippines Insurrection
Dean Edward Hallmark, First Lieutenant, Air Corps - A WWII Doolittle Raider - Executed By The Japanese - DFC, PH
James Halloran, Captain, Civil War, Indian Wars - INFORMATION NEEDED
Alexander Earl Halls, Colonel - USMA, Quartermaster Corps, Vietnam War
Milton Baldridge Halsey, Jr., Colonel, The Citadel - Korea, Vietnam - SS, LM, BSM, CIB
Benton Halstead, Colonel, Civil War - 197th Ohio Volunteer Infantry - INFORMATON NEEDED
Archelaus Lewis Hamblen, Brigadier General - Office of Civil Affairs - WWI, WWII - DSM, LM, BSM
Archelaus Lewis Hamblen, Jr., Brigadier General, USMA - WWII, Korea, Vietnam - DSM, LM, BSM, PH
Harry B. Hambleton III, First Lieutenant, Killed In Vietnam War - PH
Paul W. Hamblin, Colonel, Infantry Officer, WWII, Korea, Vietnam - SS, LM, BSM, PH, AM
Henry G. Hamilton, Major - 140th New York Volunteer Infantry, Civil War - Information Needed
Howard Britton Hamilton, Colonel, Aviator, WWII, Prisoner of War - PH
John Brown Hamilton, Assistant Surgeon General, Treated President McKinley After He Was Shot
John Morrison Hamilton, Lieutenant Colonel, Civil War, Indian Wars, SAW, Killed At San Juan Hill, Cuba
Norman William Hammes, Colonel, WWII, Korea, Vietnam - CIB, LM, BSM, PH
Leroy D. Hammond, Colonel, Virginia Military Institute, Vietnam Service, VMI Staff
William Alexander Hammond - Controversial Civil War Medical Service General
Len Martin Hanawald, Lieuenant Colonel, USMA - Killed In Vietnam, Ranger, 101 Airborne - SS, PH
John Hancock, Colonel, Civil War Service
 Thomas Troy Handy, General, WWI, WWII, Ordered Atomic Bombing Of Japan
William C. Haneke, Major General, West Point, WWII, Korea, Chief of Finance
Albert Richard Haney - Counter-Intelligence Officer, CIA Operative
Arthur Hanket, Brigadier General, Brigadier General, USMA - Korea, Vietnam - DSM, LM, DFC, BSM, AM
Kenneth Hanna, Sergeant Major, Killed In Vietnam In 1968 - Returned Home In 2005 - SS, PH
Clifford Pershing Hannum, Brigadier General, WWII, Vietnam War - INFORMATION NEEDED
Warren Thomas Hannum, Brigadier General, USMA - Mexican Border, WWI, WWII, Corps of Engineers
Lionel J. Hansen, Sergeant - WWII, Prisoner Of War Of The Germans
Kenneth Frederick Hanst, Jr., Major, USMA - WWII Infantry Officer - Badly Wounded - Army Mutual Aid Association - CIB, BSM, PH
John Caldwell Grier Happersett, Major, Surgeon - Civil War - INFORMATION NEEDED
Michael John Haptonstall, Sergeant - Died In October 2001 at Killeen, Texas
Joshua M. Harapko, Sergeant, 10th Mountain Division, Killed In Blackhawk Crash
James Gutherie Harbord - Spanish-American War, WWI
Richard J. Harden - 1st Lieutenant, Killed In Cuba, Spanish-American War
Michael C. Hardegree, Sergeant, Died In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - 82nd Airborne BSM
Carolyn Larkins Hardin, Military Spouse, Wife of Lieutenant Colonel Waitus H. Hardin - For They Also Serve
Luther Rector Hare - Brigadier General, With Custer At Little Big Horn
Ernest Emery Harmon, Captain, Air Service - Test Pilot, Aviation Pioneer, Killed In Test Flight
Joshua S. Harmon, Corporal, Killed In Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom
Richard Harry Harms, Second Lieutenant, US Army Air Corps, Killed In Accident During WWII
Gary Alan Harned, Sergeant - Killed In Vietnam - Returned Home In 2001
William Selby Harney, Major General, Mexican War, Florida Indian Wars, Civil War
Gary R. Harper, Jr., Sergeant, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Jason Harpster, Private First Class, Died In His Sleep on 25 December 2009 While Home On Leave - Left Us Too Soon
Joseph Shelton Harreslon, Jr., Colonel, World War II, Korean War - DSM, BSM, PH
Stanley L. Harriman, Chief Warrant Officer, Killed In Afghanistan - Operation Anaconda/Enduring Freeom - PH, SS
Frederick T. Harrington, Private, Possibly Killed In Philippines - INFORMATION NEEDED
Blake M. Harris, Sergeant, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Samuel J. Harris, First Lieutenant, World War I, Killed In Action In Lithuania In 1920 - Serving In Lithuanian Army
Ronald Ray Harrison, Specialist, Died In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom
Charles Edward Hart, Lieutenant General, USMA, WWII, Army Air Defense Command - DSM, LM
John D. Hart, Private First Class - Killed In Action, Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Charles Dudley Hartman, Brigadier General, USMA, Philippines, World War I -DSM
Harold Evans Hartney, Lieuenant Colonel, World War I Ace - Distinguished Serviice Cross (DSC)
Alton H. Harvey, Major General, Judge Advocate General - Korea - DSM, LM, BSM, AM, CIB
William Frederick Hase, Major General, Spanish-American War, WWI, Chief of Coast Artillery
Joseph Jolly Haydon, Jr., Major, Special Forces - Killed In Nigerian Airliner Crash
John Joseph Hayes, Major General, Private to Major General, WWII, Chemical Corps - DSM, LM
William L. Herold, Lieutenant Colonel, USMA, Killed In World War II
Maurice J. Harper, Second Lieutenant, Air Corps - Killed In World War II, Buried In 2002
George Herbert Harries, Major General, Indian Wars, SAW, Philippines, Mexican Border, WWI, DSM
Warren Goodwin Harries, First Lieutenant - Killed In WWI, Son of the General
Charles E. Harris, Colonel, World War II
Hugh Pate Harris, General - USMA, WWII, Korea, President of the Citadel
Lillian T. Harris - Colonel, An Original Member of the Women's Army Corps
Samuel Carson Harris, Jr., Corporal, Killed In Korea In 1950 - Returned Home In 2009 - PH
Larry Gene Harrison, Sergeant, Killed In Vietnam In 1971 - Returned Home In 2002
Marcus La Rue Harrison, Brigadier General - Civil War - INFORMATION NEEDED
William Kelly Harrison, Jr., Lieutenant General - USMA - Highly Decorated Combat Commander
 William Horce Hart, Major General, SAW, WWI, Quartermaster General of the Army
David E. Hartigan, Jr - Highly Decorated, Army Hall of Fame
James F. Hartigan, Colonel - Civil War, 99th New York - Counsel To Austria- INFORMATION NEEDED
Paul W. Hartrick, Lieutenant Colonel (Chaplain), Vietnam War - BSM, AM
David J. Hartman, Sergeant First Class, Special Forces - Iraq, Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - Killed In Pakistan - PH, BSM
Charles V. H. Harvey, Captain, Killed-in-Action, Korean War - PH
William W. Harvey, Jr., Colonel, World War II Combat Officer, White House Aide, SS, PH, CIB
Alexander Jackson Hash, Jr., Second Lieutenant, Air Corps - Killed In Action Over France, WWII
Joseph Theodore Haskell - Brigadier General, Killed In Spanish War
Joseph Able Haskin, Brigadier General - Civil War - Father of W. H. Haskin
William Lawrence Haskin, Brigadier General, Civil War, Spanish War, Son Of J.A. Haskin
Kester L. Hastings, Major General - USMA, WWII, Korea, Silver Star, Quartermaster General
Charles Albert Phelps Hatfield, Colonel, USMA - Indian Wars, SAW, World War I - Silver Star
Mary Lee Bird Hathaway, First Lieutenant, World War II, Army Nurse, Wife Of William D. Hathaway, US Senator
Eugene D. Hawkins, Colonel, Airborne, Ranger - Vietnam War
Leroy R. Hawthorne, Captain (Brevet Major), Civil War - Father Of Medal of Honor Recipient Harry L. Hawthorne
Dennis P. Hay, Chief Warrant Officer, Army Aviator - Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Nehemiah R. Hayden, Captain, Mexican War - INFORMATION NEEDED
Edward Mortimer Hayes - Brigadier General, Civil, Indian , Spanish War
George Joseph Hayes, Major General, Medical Corps - WWII, MASH Commander In Korea
Jack Hayes, Colonel, Quartermaster Corps - Son of Edward Mortimer Hayes, BG, USA
Leighton W. Hazelhurst - Pioneer Army Aviator - Killed In 1912 Crash
William Babcock Hazen, Brigadier General - USMA, Civil War, Chief Signal Officer of the Army
George H. Hazlett, Jr. - Lieutenant, KIA In WWII, Found 50 Years Later
Thomas F. Healy, Lieutenant General, USMA - Vietnam War - DDSM, DSM, SS, LM, BM, AM
Clint Calvin Hearn, Colonel, USMA -Philippines, WWI - Brother of R.H. Hearn
Roscoe H. Hearn, Colonel, Spanish-American War, Philippines - Killed In 1926 Auto Accident In Washington
Thomas Guerdon Hearn - Major General, WWI, WWII
William Patrick Heasley, Sergeant - Organist & Choir Master At Fort Myer
Ferry Kimball Heath, Major, War With Spain, WWI, Assistant Treasury Secretary For President Hoover
Frederick Warner Heath, Jr., Colonel, Decorated Vietnam Veteran - SS, LM, BSM, PH
Roger Hedgbeth, Sergeant - Donated Body To Science - WWII Veteran
Robert Bartgis Hedrick, Sergeant Major, World War II, Korean War - PH
James Callahan Hefti, Sr., Lieutenant Colonel - WWII, Korea, Ranger, Airborne, Special Forces
Gulielmus Villard Heidt, Lieutenant Colonel, Philippines, Panama, Wounded In WWI - PH
James Villard Heidt, Colonel, USMA - Spanish-American War, World War I
Craig G. Heim, Lieutenant Colonel - Vietnam War, Bronze Star Medal
Gordon Graham Heiner, Brigadier General, USMA - INFO NEEDED
Gordon Graham Heiner, Jr., Colonel, USMA - INFO NEEDED
Robert Graham Heiner, Captain, Civil War, Indian Wars - INFORMATION NEEDED
Charles T. Heinlein, Jr., Private First Class, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Charles Stuart Heintzelman, Captain, USMA - Father Of Stuart Heintzelman - INFO NEEDED
Stuart Heintzelman, Major General - USMA, Boxer Rebellion, Philippine Insurrection, WWI
Roger William Heinz, Major (Chaplain) - Special Forces, Killed In Vietnam War Helicopter Crash - PH
Joseph M. Heiser, Jr. - Lieutenant General, WWII, Korea, Vietnam - Deputy Chief of Staff of the Army
Robert P. Helmich, Private First Class, Prisoner of War, Korean War
John Tazewell Helms, Firse Lieutenant, USMA - INFORMATION NEEDED
Charles Lester Heltzel, Colonel, USMA, WWII, Nodmandy Landing, D-Day, Utah Beach, LM
James Bryant Hemenway, Colonel, Security Specialist - Assistant Secretary of Defense
William Russell Hemphill - Highly Decorated - Battle of the Bulge
Christopher Dale Henderson, Sergeant, Killed In Afghanistan - Operation Enduring Freedom - PH
James A. Henderson, First Lieutenant, Missing On Air Mission in 1944 - Returned Home In 2003
Thyrone L. Henderson, Lieutenant Colonel, Armor Officer, Vietnam Veteran
Jerry Eugene Hendrick, Lieutenant Colonel, Vietnam Veteran
Charles S. Hendricksen, Captain, Signal Instructor In World War I - Died At Age of 49 - Native Of Norway
Jess W. Henley, Lieutenant Colonel, World War II - Social Security Administration
The Henry Family, An Army Tradition
Frank L. Henry, Colonel, Air Assault Innovator - Vietnam - INFORMATION NEEDED
William Earnest Hensel, Colonel, USMA, WWII, Korea, BSM, CIB
Conrad Henzman, First Sergeant, Loyal Aide To General Leonard Wood For 28 Years
Lloyd H. Herbert, Second Lieutenant, Army Air Forces - Lost Over Europe In 1944 - Home In 2002
George G. Herbst, Sergeant, Air Force - Killed In 1944 Air Crash - Returned Home In 2007 - PH
Andrew L. Hergenrother, Lieuetnant Colonel, Operation Just Cause, Operation Joint Forge, Operation Iraqi Freedom - BSM
David A. Heringes, Sergeant, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH, BSM
Theodore S. Heriot Jr., Private First Class, Killed In Vietnam War - PH
Joseph M. Hernandez, Corporal, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - BSM, PH
Andrew Hero, Jr., Major General, Chief of Coast Artillery
Andrew Hero III, Lieutenant Colonel, Possibly Killed In World War II
John Knowles Herr, Major General - USMA, Mexican Border, WWI, WWII, Chief of Cavalry
Thomas Wade Herren, Lieutenant General, WWII - Military District of Washington - INFORMATON NEEDED
Curtis James Herrick, Major General, USMA, WWII, Korea, Airborne Commander, MDW Commander - DSM, LM, SS, BSM
Henry Toro Herrick, Second Lieutenant, Killed In Action In Vietnam, The Lost Platoon
Mark Leslie Hersey, Major General, USMA - Spanish-American War, Philippines, World War I
 Lewis Blaine Hershey - General, Headed Selective Service From WWII To Vietnam
Edward R. Heselton, Sergeant, Killed In Afghanistan - Operation Enduring Freedom - PH
George Edward Hesselbacher, Jr., Colonel, USMA, Corps of Engineers, WWII - LM
Harold Storrs Hetrick, Major - USMA, Engineers, Philippines, Mexican Border, WWI - Murder Victim
Abner Riviere Hetzel, Captain - USMA - Died In 1847 - INFORMATION NEEDED
William Joseph Hever, First Lieutenant, Killed In Action, World War I - PH - INFORMATION NEEDED
Robert Augur Hewitt, Major General - Air Defense Commander - INFORMATION NEEDED
Edward Miles Heyl, Colonel, Civil War, Indian Wars - INFORMATION NEEDED
Horace Meek Hickam, Lieuitenant Colonel, USMA, WWI, Aviation Pionner - Killed In Air Crash
Frederick Francis Hickey, Jr., Colonel - USMA - Artillery Officer
Peter D. Hidalgo, Brigadier General, USMA - Vietnam - Chemical Development Commander\
Hugh Richard Higgins, Major General - WWII, Defense Contruction Supply Center
James Higgins, Sergeant - Killed In Korea In 1950 - Returned Home In 2000
Lawrence Higgins - Colonel, World Wars I & II
Warren J. Higgins, Lieutenant Colonel, WWII, OSS, Legion of Merit, Transportation Corps
Brainard Spencer Higley, Jr., First Lieutenant, Surgeon - INFORMATION NEEDED
Harvey Douglas Higley, Brigadier General, USMA
Melvin A. Hildreth, First Lieutenant, Brigadier General, North Dakota National Guard - Spanish-American War
James Joseph Hildwine Sr., Sergeant Major, World War II, Korean War, Prisoner of War, Old Guard
Benjamin Ira Hill, Colonel, USMA - World War II - CIA Officer
Claude B. Hill - First Lieutenant, Killed In Siberian Expedition After WWI
Donald L. Hill, Lieutenant Colonel - Korean War & Vietnam War Veteran
Francis Robert Hill, Specialist 5, Medic In World War II, Korea, War, Vietnam War
John Boynton Philp Clayton Hill, Lt Colonel (World War I) & Member of Congress
John Gillespie Hill, Jr., Major General, USMA - Korea, Vietnam - DSC, DSM, DFC, LM\
James Russell Hillard, Colonel - WWII, Armor & Intelligence Officer, Educator
Jeffrey Paul Hillelson, Major, World War II - Member of Congress From Missouri
Stanwood Elliott Hill, Private, Killed In 1918 In World War I - Returned Home In 1921 - PH
William Ellery Hills, Corporal, Astor Battery, Spanish War - "My Wild Irish Rose" Was Dedicated To His Wife
Abraham B. Hiltman, First Lieutenant, Civil War, 162nd New York Infantry - INFORMATION NEEDED
Norman E. Himes, Major, Mdical Officer, Specialist In Population Control - Died In Europe In 1949
Charles Delano Hine, Colonel, Spanish-American War, WWI - Son of A Civil War Officer
Orrin Eugene Hine, Major, Civil War - Father of Charles Delane Hine
Charles Hines, Brigadier General, USMA, Father Of Charles Boes Hines - LM, BSM
Charles Boes Hines, Colonel, USMA - WW II, Horse Cavalry To Atomic Research - LM
Jack G. Hines, Colonel, Signal Corps - World War II, LM
John Leonard Hines - General, Army Chief of Staff,USMA - WWI, Distinguished Service Cross
John Leonard Hines, Jr., Colonel, World War II - Distinguished Service Cross, DSC, PH
William E. Hingston, Jr., Captain, USMA, Killed In Vietnam, Helicopter Pilot
John V. Hinkel - Colonel And Author Of Book On Arlington Cemetery
Dale Durkee Hinman, Brigadier General, WWI, WWII - Anti-Aircraft Specialist - LM
Wilbur F. Hinman, Major - Civil War, Author, 65th Ohio Infantry - INFORMATION NEEDED
George Frederic Hinton, Captain, WWI Infantry Officer - Renowned Theatrical Manager
Juanita Redmond Hipps, Lieutenant Colonel, Nurse Corps, WWII, Wrote I Served On Bataan
James H. Hitchcock, Captain, Civil War, 193rd New York Infantry - Originally Buried In Congressional Cemetery
Walter Andrew Hitchcock, Lieutenant Colonel, World War II - PH - Information Needed\
Samuel L. Hoard, Colonel, Chaplain - Vietnam War - Silver Star Medal
Victor Woodfin Hobson, Brigadier General - USMA, WWII, DSM, SS, BSM, LM, PH
Donald Forrest Hockett, Colonel - Decorated Vet Of WWII And Vietnam
Benjamin Hodge, Sergeant - Killed In Accidental Shoot-Down Of Helicopter In Iraq
Carroll Borden Hodges, Lieutenant Colonel - INFORMATION NEEDED
Charles Libbeus Hodges, Major General - INFORMATION NEEDED
Courtney Hicks Hodges, General, USMA - World War I, World War II - Distinguished Service Cross (DSC)
Henry Clay Hodges, Brigadier General - USMA, Civil War Commander - INFORMATION NEEDED
Henry Clay Hodges, Jr. Major General - USMA, WWI, Philippines
William Jeffrey Hodges, Sergeant, Killed In Vietnam War - PH
Kenneth Joe Hodson, Major General - Judge Advocate General of the Army - INFORMATION NEEDED
Theodore Hoes, Private, World War I Battle Casualty
Alexander Henry Hoff, Colonel - Surgeon - Civil War, Indian Wars, Father Of J.V.R. Hoff
John Van Rennselaer Hoff, Colonel, Surgeon - Indian Wars, SAW - Distinguished Service Cross (DSC)
Wickham Hoffman, Colonel - Civil War - American Diplomat - Author
Wallace Cole Hogan, Jr., Major - Special Forces, Killed In Terrorist Attack On The Pentagon, 11 September 2001
Carey V. Hodgson, Major, Coast & Geodtic Survey, Accidentally Drowned In 1929
John L. Hoey, Private First Class, Killed In Korean In 1950 - Returned Home In 2006 - PH
Rosemary Hogan, Colonel, Army & USAF Nurse - PH Medal, Bataan, Philippines in WWII, POW
William Morris Hoge, General, USMA - WWI, WWII, Korea - DSC, DSM
James C. Hogle, Colonel - Career Engineer Officer - Legion of Merit
Elizabeth P. Hoisington, Brigadier General, Army Nurse Corps Director - Daughter of Gregory Hoisington
Gregory Hoisington, Colonel, Instructor At West Point, Father of Major General Perry M. Hoisington, USAF
Gregory Hoisington, Jr.. First Lieutenant, USMA - Killed In 1941 Automobile Accident
Douglas Robert Hokenson, Major, Army Ranger - Agent, Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)
David Stanley Holbrook, First Lieutenant, USMA - Died In The Philippines - Son of Willard Ames Holbrook
Willard Ames Holbrook, Major General, USMA - Spanish-American War, Philippines - INFO NEEDED
Christopher J. Holland, Specialist, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Elmer Joseph Holland, Major - WWI & WWII - Member of Congress
Leland James Holland, Colonel, WWII, Korea, Vietnam - Iran Hostage At The U.S. Embassy
Charles G. Holle, Major General, Corps of Engineers - INFO NEEDED
Donald Walter Holleder - Major, All-American Football, Killed In Vietnam
Charles Joseph Holleran, First Lieutenant, Killed In Korea - AM, PH
Jimmie Ira Holley, Sergeant - Killed In Terrorist Attack On The Pentagon, 11 September 2001
Dwight Ely Holley, Colonel, USMA - Father-In-Law Of Jonathan M. Wainwright
Julius Cecil Holmes, Brigadier General, American Diplomat - WWI, WWII - INFO NEEDED
Justin A. Holmes, Colonel, Signal Corps, Vietnam Veteran - DSSM, LM
Lester John Holmes, Major - Korea & Vietnam Veteran
James Wilson Holsinger, Brigadier General - World War II, Korean War
Andrew K. Holt, Chief Warrant Officer 4, World War II, Korean War, Vietnam War
Solomon E. Homan, Captain, Civil War - 1st Ohio Volunteer Infantry - INFO NEEDED
Robert Charles Hornak - First Lieutenant (Ranger) - Decorated In Vietnam
Thomas Beal Hood, Major, Surgeon, Civil War - INFORMATION NEEDED
Michael A. Hook, Specialist, Killed In Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom
Claude Edward Hooker, Sergeant, Killed In Action, World War I - PH - INFO NEEDED
Henry Stewart Hooker, Major, World War I - Law Partner of Franklin Roosevelt
Hubert Don Hoover, Major General, Assistant Judge Advocate General Of The Army - World War II
Marcus Sterling Hopkins, Major - Civil War - 7th Ohio Infantry - INFORMATION NEEDED
Robert Hopkins, Sergeant (Chaplain), WWII POW, Home-Made Flag, A True Patriot
Woodard Brownfield Hopkins, Jr., Lieutenant Colonel, Vietnam, Pentagon, Joint Chiefs of Staff
Bryan Hoopengardner, Military Son, He Left Us Way Too Soon....
Glenn Carroll Hoppert, Sergeant, Vietnam - Commander, DC Metropolitan Police - BSM, SS
Curtis Bushrod Hoppin, Major, USMA - Indian Wars, Philippines - INFORMATION NEEDED
George Lester Hopps, Sergeant, WWII, US Bureau of Mines - BSM
Baruch M. Hornblass, First Sergeant, Spanish-American War, Boxer Rebellion, WWI, Left His Estate To Soldiers of WWII
Robert B. Horner, Private, Killed In Action In France, 1944 - Returned Home in 2003 - BSM, PH
Robert Mark Horrigan, Master Sergeant, Special Forces, Killed In Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom - BSM W/V, PH, BSM
Frank Jefferson Horton, Lieutenant Colonel, World War II, Member of Congress From New York
William E. Horton, Major, Civil War, Indian Wars - INFORMATON NEEDED
William Edward Horton, Brigadiier General - Spanish American War, Philippines, WWI
John Charles Hosken, CWO-2, Killed In Vietnam - Returned Home In 2001
Harold E. Hoskin, Second Lieutenant, Air Corps - Killed In 1943 Test Flight In Alaska - Returned Home In 2007
Christopher L. Hoskins, Specialist, Killed In Operation Irqqi Freedom - PH
Nathaniel Ramsey Hoskot, Colonel, WWII, Normandy Invasion, POW - SS, BSM, PH, LM
John L. Houchen, Captain - 120th Indiana Infantry, Civil War - INFORMATION NEEDED
Robert Nathaniel Hough, Lt. Col, Vet of WWII & Korea, Washington Police Inspector
James House, Brigadier General - Revolutionary War Veteran
Adam Houston, First Sergeant, 10th U. S. Cavalry - Spanish-American War
John Lucius Houston, Sergeant, Killed In Vietnam, Special Forces, Distinguished Service Cross (DSC), PH
Charles Edward Hovey, Major General - Civil War
Eli Page Howard, Jr. - Lieutenant Colonel, Killed In Action, Vietnam War
John F. Howard, Sr., Colonel, WWII, Quartermaster Corps
William R. Howdeshell, Sergeant, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - BSM, PH
David W. Howe, Captain, Air Corps -- WWII Ace, Test Pilot
Henry Smith Howe, Major, Civil War & Indian Wars - INFO NEEDED
George J. Howell, Private First Class, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - BSM, PH
George Andrews Howes, Chief Warrant Officer, Army Aviator - Killed In Vietnam In 1970, Returned Home In 2011
Richard Leverdige Hoxie - Brigadier General, Chief of Engineers
Robert Elvin Hoy, Captain, Engineer Officer - Killed In Action, Vietnam
Eli DuBose Hoyle, Brigadier General, USMA - Father of R.E.D. Hoyle
Rene E. DeRussy Hoyle, Major General, USMA
Colgate Hoyt, Captain - Relative of General Nelson Appleton Miles
Nathan C. Hubbard, Corporal, Killed In Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom
Henry Wilson Hubbell, Brigadier General, Civil War, Spanish-American War - INFORMATION NEEDED
John F. Huber, First Lieutenant, Korean War - Silver Star Medal
Edgar Hubert, Captain, USMA, Spanish-American War, Died In Puerto Rico
Quadi S. Hudgins, Staff Sergeant, Killed In Iraq, Operation New Dawn - PH, BSM
James J. Hudnell - Battlefield Commission & Silver Star In Vietnam
Edward McKeever Hudson, Lieutenant Colonel, USMA, Civil War - INFORMATION NEEDED
Clarence Ralph Huebner, Lieutenant General, WWI, WWar II -  DSC, SS, LM, DSM, BSM, PH
Sam W. Huff, Private First Class, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Doyle M. Hufstedler, First Lieutenant, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Bobby Ray Huggins, Colonel - Vietnam War, PH, LM, Readiness Command
Jamie L. Huggins, Sergeant, Ranger, 82 Airborne - Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom
Adele Jeanette Hughes, Army Nurse - Civil War - INFORMATION NEEDED
James B. Hughes, Major, USMA - Spanish-American War, Silver Star For Gallantry At Santiago, Cuba
Marcellus Christian Hughes, Lieutenant Colonel, POW In World War II, NTSB Investigator
Martin Briggs Hughes, Colonel - USMA, Indian Wars - INFORMATION NEEDED
William Burton Hughes, Colonel, USMA - Civil War - Assistant QM General - INFORMATON NEEDED
Bertram Dyer Hulen, Corporal, WWI, Reporter For NY Times - Killed In 1949 Plane Crash In India
 John Albert Tiffin Hull, Captain (Civil War) & Member of Congress
 John Edwin Hull, General - WWI, WWII, Vice Chief of Staff, Strategist
Edgar Erskine Hume, Major General, A Remarkable Vet Of WWI, WWII & Korea
The Humphrey Family - A Military Tradition
Frederick Erastus Humphreys, Major, Aviation Pioneer - First Military Pilot Trained By The Wright Brothers
Harold W. Hunt, First Lieutenant, United States Army Air Force, WWII Prisoner of War
Irvin Leland Hunt, Brigadier General, USMA, Philippines, JAG Corps, QM Corps
Thomas Benjamin Hunt, Captain, Civil War, Indian Wars, Quartermaster Department
Charles Francis Huntemann, First Lieutenant, Killed In World War I - PH - INFO NEEDED
Edward Hunter, Colonel, USMA - Civil War, SAW, Indian Wars - Judge Advocate General
Edward Hunter, Private - Civil War, Chancelorsville, Gettysburg, Petersburg
George Bowditch Hunter, Brigadier General -  USMA - The Son of George King Hunter
George King Hunter, Brigadier General - USMA - Indian Wars, WWI
Andrew Tyler Huntington, Private, Civil War, & Government Official In Treasury Department
Andrew Jackson Huntoon, Captain, Civil War, 12th New Hampshire Infantry - Post War Was a Physician
Emil Edward Hurja, Captain, World War II - FDR's Private Pollster
Oren E. Hurlbut, Lieutenant General - USMA, WWII, Vietnam War, Logistics Expert, Pearl Harbor Survivor
Patrick R. Hurley, Sergeant Major, Rangers, Special Forces, Panama, Killed In The Gulf War
George Alexander Hussey, Captain, Civil War, Wounded Twice In Battle
Daniel Huston, Colonel, USMA - Mexican War, Civil War, Indian Wars - INFORMATION NEEDED
William K. Hutchinson, World War I, News Reporter and Executive
Paul Churchill Hutton, Colonel - Surgeon - Spanish-American War, WWI - INFORMATON NEEDED
Paul Churchill Hutton, Jr., Captain, USMA - Foreign Service Officer - INFORMATION NEEDED
Robert A. Hyatt, Colonel, USMA - Vietnam - SS, LM, BSM, AM, CIB
 James F. C. Hyde, Brigadier General, World War II - Died In 1944 - Son Is Buried In ANC - INFO NEEDED
James F. C. Hyde, Jr., Major - USMA - Blinded In WWII, Post-War Government Attorney - PH
Stephen Neil Hyland, Jr., Lieutenant Colonel, Killed In Terrorist Attack On The Pentagon: 11 September 2001

I
James T. Ida - Private, Killed In Siberian Expedition After WWI
 Frank Neville Ikard, Private & POW In World War II - Member of Congress
 Rufus Ingalls, Major Genreral, West Point, Civil War, QM of Army of the Potomac
Robert Imbrie, Major - WWI, Murdered American Diplomat
Robert Kingwel Imrie, Corporal, Killed In Korea In 1950 - Returned Home In 2007 - DSC, PH, CIB
Robert Green Ingersoll, Colonel - Civil War Cavalry Officer, Orator, Writer, Agnostic
Ralph Elliot Ingram, Colonel, USMA - Spanish-American War, Philippines, World War I
Charles Joseph Ippolito, Lieutenant Colonel, WWII Combat Commander, SS, BSM, PH
Merritte Weber Ireland, Major General - Surgeon General, SAW, Philippines, Mexico, WWI
Clark Ostrom Ivring, Colonel, World War II, Korean War - SS, BSM
Ernest L. Isbell, Colonel, Spanish-American War, Mexican Border, World War I
William Harris Isbell, Jr., Lieutenant Colonel, USMA, WWII, Killed In Korea, DSC, BSM, PH
Jack J. Isler, Colonel - Specal Forces, Highly Decorated Vet Of WWII, Korea, Vietnam
David Daniel Iszkiewicz, Specialist 4th, Military Police - Died From Disease Contracted In Afghanistan
Stafford LeRoy  Irwin, Lieutenant General - USMA, WWII Combat Commander, Army Intelligence
Brandon T. Islip, Sergeant, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - PH, BSM
David Iszkiewicz, Specialist, Died From An Illness Contracted In Afghanistan
Edward Bernard Ives, Lieutenant Colonel, USMA - Indian Wars, SAW, Philippines
Francis Joseph Ives, Major, Surgeon - Indian Wars, SAW, Philippines
Lacey B. Ivory, Sergeant Major, Killed In The Terrorist Attack On The Pentagon, 11 September 2001

J
Chester A. Jackson, Jr., First Lieutenant, Killed In Action, Korean War
Elisha Jackson, Second Lieutenant, Section 1 - INFORMATION NEEDED
Harry H. Jackson, Colonel, WWII, Korea, Vietnam - Special Warfare School - SS, LM, BSM, PH
Henry Jackson, Colonel, Civil War, Indian Wars - On Another Assignment At The TIme Of The Little Big Horn
James Lawrence Jackson, Colonel, USMA - WWII, Vietnam - Special Forces, Ranger, 101 Airborne
Joseph James Jackson, Colonel - WWII, Korea, Vietnam - Special Forces Commander
Stonewall Jackson - Major General, WWII, Namesake of Confederate General - Killed In Plane Crash In Louisiana
William Henry Jackson, Private, One Of The Last Civil War Survivors - American Painter & Photographer
William S. Jackson II, Sergeant, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Edgar Jadwin, Major General - USMA, SAW, WWI, Panama Canal, Chief of Engineers
Frank Robert Jakes, Lieutenant Colonel, Korean War, 3 Tours In Vietnam War - LM, BSM
John Jakovac, Sergeant - Killed In Vietnam In 1967 - Returned Home In 1997
Joyce Bailey James, Brigadier General, World War II, Korea, Vietnam - LM
Leon G. James II, Lieutenant Colonel, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom, PH\
Luke S. James, Second Lieutenant, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
William Francis James, Private, Spanish-American War - Member of Congress
Maximiano Saqui Janairo, Colonel - USMA - Survivor Of The Bataan Death March (WWII)
Thomas Janis, Chief Warrant Officer, Killed By Columbian Rebels Following 2003 Air Crash
Michael D. Jankiewicz, Corporal, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - BSM, CIB
Roger Weightman Jannus, Captain, Early Aviation Pioneer, Killed In World War I
Joseph Anthony Jansen, Colonel, USMA - WWII, Korea, Vietnam - SS, BSM, LM
Peterson "Pete" Bryan Jarman, Lt Col (WWI), Member of Congress & US Ambassador
Edward Joseph Jasaitis, Lieutenant Colonel - USMA, 2 Tours In Vietnam, Special Forces, Ranger
 Lamar Jeffers, Major (WWI), Distinguished Service Cross, Member of Congress
Sue Sarafien Jehl - Lieutenant & Secretary to General Dwight Eisenhower
Lew Jenkins, Sergeant, AKA: Verlin E. Jenkins), WWII, Korea, Professional Boxer
Robert B. Jenkins, First Lieutenant, Air Corps - Killed In 1942, Returned Home In 2003
 Todd Martice Jennings,Sergeant - 101st Airborne - Killed In Air Crash At Gander, Newfoundland
Alvin Carl Jensen, Colonel - WWII, Korea, Joint Chiefs of Staff
Hans G. Jepson, Colonel, World War II & Korean War - BSM, LM
Ivica Jerak, Master Sergeant, Special Forces - Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Henry Jervey, Major General, USMA - Philippines, WWI - DSM, LM
Maurice E. Jessup, Colonel - World War II, Korean War, From Private To Colonel - DSM
Joseph T. Jewart, Jr., Private First Class, 3rd Infantry, The Old Guard, Died At Age 21
Steven Roy Jewell, Specialist, Killed In Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom - BSM
Alex R. Jimenez, Staff Sergeant - Killed In Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom - BSM, PH
Luis Jiminez-Cruz, Sergeant, Killed By A Sniper In Panama In 1964 - Army Mishandled His Funeral - PH
Stephen Perry Jocelyn, Brigadier General, Civil War, Indian Wars, Philippines - INFORMATION NEEDED
Alan R. Johnson, Major, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Alton T. Johnson, Private First Class, Killed In Action, Korean War - PH
Briard Poland Johnson, Major General, Decorated WWII Officer
Carl W. Johnson, Corporal, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Christopher C. Johnson, Chief Warrant Officer, Army Aviator - Killed In Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom - BSM
C. Radcliffe Johnson, Captain, Medical Corps, WWII - Veterans Hospital Physician
Daniel B. Johnson, Brigadier General, WWII Airborne Soldier - Korean War - L
Dennis M. Johnson, Lieutenant Colonel - Killed In Terrorist Attack On The Pentagon, 11 September 2001
Donald A. Johnson, Colonel, Medical Administrator - Vietnam - LM, BSM
Dylan Jeffrey Johnson, Specialist, Killed In Iraq, Operation New Dawn - PH,, BSM
Earle A. Johnson, Jr. - Colonel - Decorated WWII Combat Officer
Edwin I. Johnson, Sergeant, Killed In Action In World War II - PH
Finis Garrett Johnson, Colonel, WWII, Korea, Signal Board - LM, BSM
Harold Keith Johnson, General, USMA, WWII, Bataan Death March, Korea, Vietnam, Chief of Staff
Henry Johnson, Sergeant, United States Army, World War I, Purple Heart
Herbert G. Johns, First Lieutenant, United States Army Air Force - Died Of Leukemia While Being Flown Home In WWII
Howard Ravenscroft Johnson, Colonel - 501 Parachute Infantry, Killed In WWII
Hugh Samuel Johnson, Brigadier General, USMA - Mexican Border, WWI - Assistant To Franklin D. Roosevelt
Jerry Hampton Johnson, Chief Warrant Officer, Aviator, Killed In Action In Vietnam
Joseph Johnson, Jr., Sergeant, Air Corps - Killed In 1942, Returned Home In 2003
Philip A. Johnson, Jr., Chief Warrant Officer, Army Aviator - Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - BSM, PH
Randy Lewis Johnson, Jr., Sergeant, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH, BSM
Robert Johnson, Colonel - Medical Officer, World War II, Battle of the Bulge
Robert Henderson Johnson, Captain, World War II - Silver Star Medal
Robert Joseph Johnson, Colonel, Physician - Combat Surgeon At The Battle of the Bulge, WWII
Royal Cleaves Johnson, First Lieutenant (WWI), DSC - Member of Congress
William LeRoy Johnson, Captain, USMA - KIA In Vietnam, Airborne Ranger, PH, VNC - Army Brat
William Orlando Johnson, Brigadier General, USMA - Spanish-American War, WWI
William Tefft Johnson, Chaplain, 135th Pennsylvania Infantry - Civil War - INFO NEEDED
Edward Neele Johnston, Colonel, USMA, Corps of Engineers, WWI, DSM, LM
John Alexander Johnston, Brigadier General, USMA, SAW, WWI, INFO NEEDED
Rufus Zenas Johnston, Jr., Lieutenant Colonel, Son Of USN Admiral & Medal of Honor Recipient - Information Needed
Ernest La Rue Jones, Lieutenant Colonel, Early Aviation Pioneer - WWI & WWII
Everett Lawrence Jones, Major, WWII, 9th US Cavalry, Buffalo Soldiers, Logistics Specialist
Frank Warren Jones, Chief Warrant Officer, Army Aviator - Killed In Vietnam - PH
Franklin Jones, Sergeant, Badly Wounded In Anzio Landings In WWII, PH
George M. Jones, Brigadier General, Highly Decorated WWII Airborne Commander
Ivens Jones, Lieutenant Colonel, USMA, Killed In Polo Accident - Son of Samuel Robert Jones
John Thomas Jones, Colonel - USMA - Respected Military Judge
Percy Lancelot Jones, Colonel, Decorated Army Medical Officer - WWI
Raymond Edison Jones, Jr., Sergeant, Killed In Action, Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Rodney A. Jones, Specialist, Killed In Action, Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Roger Jones, Brigadier General, USMA, Civil War, Inspector General of the Army
Samuel P. Jones, First Lieutenant, Air Corps - Killed In 1929 Crash Of The C-2 In Pennsylvania
Samuel Robert Jones, Colonel, USMA, Artillery, Quartermaster, Indian War, Spanish-American War
Wilbur Thomas Jones, Major, Air Corps - Killed In 1945 Air Crash In Mississippi
Herbert Lee Jordan, First Lieutenant, Killed-in-Action In Korean War - CIB, PH
Herbert S. Jordan, Colonel, Information Needed
Lambert Whitfield Jordan, Colonel, USMA - Spanish-American War, Philippines, Mexican Border
Mortimer Harvie Jordan, Captain, 167th Infantry, 42 Division, Killed In WWI, PH
Norman Dean Jorstad, Colonel, USMA, Korea, Vietnam - LM, BSM, DDSM
James Stockett Jouett, Captain, Son of a Navy Admiral - Cavalry Officer - Dismissed, Reinstated, Then Resigned
Albert E. Joy, Colonel - USMA - Research & Development
 James Casey Joyce, Sergeant - Ranger, Killed-in-Action In Somalia
John Henry Joyce, Major, Ranger Officer - Killed In Vietnam - PH
Kathryne May Joyce, Nurse, Died Of Pneumonia While Serving In France In World War I
Kenyon Ashe Joyce - Major General, Spanish-American War- Built Fort Myer Chapel
Larry E. Joyce , Lieutenant Colonel - Decorated Vietnam Veteran
Paul R. Joyce, Second Lieutenant - Apparently Killed In WWII (1944) Buried In 1999 - INFORMATION NEEDED
Thomas Joseph Joyce, Jr., Captain, WWII, Died While A POW In Korea - PH, POW Medal
 William Voorhees Judson, Brigadier General, USMA, Spanish-American War, WWI
James A. Justice, Staff Sergeant, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - PH, BSM
Mikel Aaron Justus, Private First Class, Died In An Accident At Walter Reed Army Medical Center
Dillon M. Jutras, Private First Class, Army Ranger - Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - BSM, PH

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William Moor Kabler, Lieutenant Colonel, World War II, Armor Officer
Frank Kadlec, Sergeant, Died of Other Causes In Korea, November 1953 - INFO NEEDED
Zdzislaw Bruno Kadlewicz, Sergeant - Special Forces - Killed In Vietnam - PH
Frank Green Kalk, First Lieutenant, USMA - 5th U. S. Infantry - Killed Accidentally - INFORMATION NEEDED
Herbert C. Kamien, Corporal, World War II - Normandy, Rhineland - Brother of Raymond -  BSM, PH
Raymond Henry Kamien, Corporal, Decorated Combat Veteran Of The Korean Conflict - Brother Of Herbert - BSM, PH
Gerard "Rod" Kane, Specialist, Medic In Vietnam - Author of "Veterans Day"
Harold Kaplan, Sergeant - Air Corps - Killed In WWII - INFORMATION NEEDED
Paul Bruce Kappelman, Colonel, Special Forces - Killed In Mountain-Climbing Accident
Paul Daniel Karpowich, Master Sergeant, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Edward Rudd Karr, Captain, Killed In Training Maneuvers In February 1941 - INFORMATION NEEDED
Michael G. Karr, Specialist, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom, PH
Samuel Nain Karrick, Jr., Colonel, USMA, World War II, Korea, Vietnam, BSM, LM
Mortimer King Karten, Major, World War II (Pacific) - SS, PH
Timothy Albert Kasmiskie, Sergeant - Vietnam War - Silver Star, Bronze Star, 4 Purple Hearts
Walter E. Katuzny, Major General -  Vietnam
Reynold Kaufmann, Lieutenant Colonel, Vietnam, Thailand, Iran - PH, BSM
August Valentine Kautz, Major General, USMA, Civil War, Brother of Admiral Albert Kautz
Eric M. Kavanagh, Private, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Jeffrey Kaylor, First Lieutenant, Killed In Action, Operation Iraqi Freedom
Charles Leslie Keerans, Jr., Brigadier General, 82nd Airborne Division - Killed In World War II - PH
Bernard William Kearney, Reserve Major General & Member of Congress
Edwin B. Kearns, Jr., Brigadier General, USMA - World War II, Korean War - Quartermaster Corps - LM
Philip Kearny - Major General, Killed In The Civil War
Frank A. Keating, Major General, World War I, World War II
John A. Keating, Lieutenant Colonel, WWII, Battle of the Bulge Tank Commander, Military Intelligence
Kenneth B. Keating, Brigadier General (WWI & II) Congressman, Senator, Ambassador
Everett Dennis Keaton, Captain, Killed In Vietnam, Silver Star (2), BSM, PH
Edward Franklin Keeler, Lt Colonel - Decorated Vet Of WWII, Korea, Vietnam
John B. Keeley, Colonel, USMA - Brigade Commander In Vietnam - CIA Official
Frank Kehoe, Jr., First Lieutenant, Air Corps - Early Army Aviator - INFORMATON NEEDED
Alfred Horton Keith, Captain, Civil War, 6th Vermont Infantry - Brevetted For Gallanty At Spottsylvania, Virginia
Chad L. Keith, Sergeant, Killed In Action, Operation Iraqi Freedom
Donald R. Keith, General, USMA - WWII, Korea - CG, Material & Readiness Command - DSM, LM, BSM
Guy Furnando Keithley, Private, Killed In Action, Philippines Insurrection - INFO NEEDED
Charles Keller, Brigadier General, USMA - Corps of Engineers - WWI, WWII
Charles Henry Keller II, Captain, 101st Airborne Division, Killed In Vietnam - PH
Benjamin Franklin Kelley - Major General, Civil War
Matthew G. Kelley, Chief Warrant Officer - Killed In Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH, BSM
Roy Skiles Kelley, Brigadier General, USMA - WWII, Korea, Vietnam, Engineer - DSM, LM
Sanford Cobb Kellogg, Lieutenant Colonel - Civil War, Indian Wars, ADC To General Sheridan
George Maurice Kelly - Early Army Aviator - Killed In Crash - Kelly Field
John Edward Kelly, Lieutenant General, USMA, WWII, DSC, SS
John Edward Kelly, Jr., Captain - USMA - Killed In Vietnam, PH - INFORMATION NEEDED
John J. Kelly, Major, A Suicide Victim On Staten Island In 1964
Leo Patrck Kelly, First Lieuenant, World War I - Distinguished Service Cross (DSC)
Mildred C. Kelly, Command Sergeant Major, First Black Female Sergeant Major In History
Nigel D. Kelly, Staff Sergeant, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - PH, BSM
Paul Michael Kelly, Colonel, Army Aviator - Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Thomas W. Kelly, Lieutenant General, Panama, Vietnam, Pentagon Gulf War Spokesman
William Kelly, Colonel - USMA 1899, Philippines, WWI, Oldest Living USMA Graduate (103)
Dwight H. Kelton, Major, Civil War, Indian Wars
Robert H. C. Kelton, Colonel, Cited For Gallantry In WWI, CoS of Third Division In France - Army Family
Ann Callahan Kem, Military Spouse - Wife of Major General Robert S. Kem
Billie Rae Kemp. Military Spouse - Wife of Lloyd Richard Kemp, First Lieutenant, United States Army
Lloyd Richard (Dick) Kemp, First Lieutenant - 8th Armored Division, World War II, Korea - Silver Star Medal
Dustin L. Kendall, Specialist, Killed In Accident In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom
John A. Kendall, Private, Killed In Action, World War I
Thurl Kendall, Corporal, WWII, Died of War-Related Wounds In 1949
John Marshall Kenderdine, Brigadier General - WWII, Military Inventory
William M. Kenna, Captain, Medical Corps, WWI, Specialized In Phychiatry At St. Elizabeth's In Washington
John T. Keneally, Colonel, Ranger Commander, Killed In Helicopter Crash In Utah
Edward Moore Kennedy, Private First Class, United States Senator - Brother of John F. Kennedy and Robert F. Kennedy - Medal of Freedom
Burt Kennedy, Captain - Highly Decorated In WWII, Famed Movie Writer, Director, Producer
John Neal Kennedy, Captain, WWII, Korean War - Died Of Non-Hostile Causes In Korea
George R. Kennedy, Captain - Army Aviator - World War II, Korean War, Vietnam War
James Kennedy, Jr., Private First Class, Killed In Action, Vietnam War - PH
Richard Thomas Kennedy - Army Colonel and US Ambassador
John J. Kennaley, Colonel, WWII Cavalry
James C. Kennicott, Private, Company L, 5th Michigan Cavalry, Killed In The Civil War
James Kennington, Captain, Infantry Officer, Civil War, Indian Wars - Helped Kill Crazy Horse
Lyman Walter Vere Kennon, Brigadier General, USMA, Philippines, WWI - INFORMATION NEEDED
Christopher J. Kenny, Captain, The Citadel - Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Francis Joseph Kernan, Major General, USMA, Cuba, Philippines, WWI
Merlin C. Kerns, Colonel, Provost Marshal Corps, WWII, Korea, Vietnam, BSM, LM
John C. Kerr, First Lieutenant (Chaplain), Killed In World War I - INFORMATION NEEDED
Nan M. Everhart Kershaw, Captain - Judge Advocate General's Office - World War II
Dolores M. Kervick, First Lieutenant, Army Nurse - World War II - Military Spouse
Michael Kerwin, Brigadier General, Civil War - Police Commissioner of New York City
Walter T. Kerwin, Jr., General, USMA - WWII, Vietnam - Vice Chief of Staff, Helped End Draft - DSM, BSM, LM, PH
Earl Lloyd Keesling, Colonel, USMA - WWII, Korea, Vietnam - ABN, CIB, SS, LM, BSM, PH
Jesse Lynn Kestler - Private, KIA In Vietnam Subject of Divorce Squabble
Jeffrey D. Kettle, Sergeant, Special Forces - Killed In Afghanistan - Operation Enduring Freedom - BSM, PH
Allison L. Keyes - Sgt Major, Father Of US Ambassador, Presidental Candidate
Maxwell Keyes, Second Lieutenant, Killed In Action, Philippines Insurrection - INFORMATION NEEDED
Daniel Keys, Captain - Civil War - Last Of The Original Arlington Cast Iron Headstones - Information Needed
Humayun S. M. Khan, Captain, Killed In Action, Operation Iraqi Freedom - BSM, PH
Kareem R. Khan, Specialist, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Jerry G. Kidwell, Master Sergeant, Special Forces, Korea, Vietnam, BSM, PH
Henry W. Kiel, Major - WWII Veteran, Battle of the Bulge - Prisoner of War
John W. Kiely, Major General, WWII, Korea, Vietnam, Adjutant General Of Rhode Island - PH, BSM, LM
Edward F. Kilbane, Major, WWI Medical Officer - Killed In 1934 Vermont Auto Accident
 Harley Martin Kilgore, Colonel (World War I) & United States Senator
Michael Kilian, Corporal, Newspaper Reporter-Columnist - Co-Author Of Dick Tracy Comic Strip
Amos Samuel Kimball, Brigadier General - Civil War, Indian Wars, Spanish-American War
Dan Able Kimball, First Lieutenant, United States Army Air Service (WWI) - Secretary of the Navy
David Alton Kimball, First Lieutenant, Killed In Action, Korean War - CIB, PH
Joseph G. Kime III, Captain, 3rd Armored Division, Killed In The Guld War
Harry Lispenard Kimmell, Major, Killed In Action, World War I, Two Awards of the Distinguished Service Cross, DSC, PH
Eunice L. Kimmitt, Military Spouse, Classic Service Wife & Mother - Wife of J. S. Kimmitt
Joseph Stanley Kimmitt, Colonel, WWII, Korea, Secretary of the US Senate - BSM, SS
William Arthur Kimsey, Jr., CWO-3 - Killed In Vietnam In 1968 - Returned Home In 2002
Earl Robert Kindig, Major, Missing In Action In The Pacific in 1944 - Returned Home In 2002
Jeff King, Sergeant - Army Cavalry Scout Oldest Person Buried In Arlington
John Haskell King, Brigadier General, Seminole War, Mexican War, Civil War, Indian Wars
John Theodore King, Major - WWII, Normandy, Silver Star, Brone Star, Purple Heart
William Shakespeare King, Colonel, Surgeon - Civil War - INFORMATION NEEDED
William M. King, Major, Died of Exhaustion - INFO NEEDED
Arthur Joseph Kingdom, Jr., Colonel, USMA - INFORMATION NEEDED
Dan Christie Kingman, Brigaider General - USMA, Chief of Engineers
Ralph Willcox Kingman, Colonel, Son of D. C. Kingman - INFORMATION NEEDED
Henry Peoble Kingsbury, Colonel, USMA - Indian Wars, WWI - INFORMATION NEEDED
Robert C. Kingston, General, Korea, Vietnam - Second Lieutenant To General, Ranger, First Central Command Commander - DSC, SS, LM
Harry William Osborn Kinnard II, Lieutenant General, USMA, WWII, Vietnam - Normandy, Battle of the Bulge, DSC, SS, BSM, PH
Kermit H. Kinne, Second Lieutenant - Killed In May 1944 - Returned Home In 1974
Lester O. Kinney II, Sergeant - Killled in Operation Iraqi Freedom, PH, BSM
George Washington Raymond Kinsey, Private First Class, WWI, Includes His Life Memories
Oliver Dorrance Kinsman, Lieutenant Colonel, Civil War - INFORMATION NEEDED
Alvah Kirk, Corporal - Civil War - Wounded At The Wilderness - Died In Washington
Norman Thomas Kirk, Major General, Surgeon General of the Army, World War II
Joel T. Kirkman, Colonel, Civil War, Spanish-American War
Scott L.Kirkpatrick, Sergeant, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - BSM, PH
Rowland Falconer Kirks, Major General, - Public Official - INFORMATION NEEDED
Thaddeus Sandord Kirtland, Major, Civil War & Indian Wars - INFORMATION NEEDED
Geoffrey Hamilton Kleb, Colonel - USMA, World War II Veteran - Info Needed
Daniel S. Kleehammer, Colonel, Medical Corps, Oral Surgeon - Vietnam War
Thomas Savig Kleppe, Warrant Officer, - Member of Congress, Government Official - World War II
Irving Klepper - Lieutenant Colonel, Veteran Of WWII, Korea & Vietnam
Jacob Kline, Brigadier General, Civil War, Spanish-American War - INFORMATION NEEDED
Leon "Pappy" Kline, Sergeant Major, Ordnance Disposal Specialist, Enlisted At Age 15
Richard P. Klopfenstein, Second Lieutenant, Killed In WWII - Returned Home In 2001
Marion J. Kloth, Lieutenant Colonel, WWII, Korea - Killed In Accident - SS
Harry William Klotz, Jr., Specialist 5, Greviously Wounded In Vietnam War - PH, BSM
Edward Francis Knight, Colonel, World War I, World War II, BSM, PH
Henry Clay Knight, CWO, Missing In Vietnam In 1968 - Returned Home In 2001
H. Stuart Knight, Second Lieutenant, & Director, United States Secret Service - SS, PH, BSM
William Allen Knowlton, General, USMA, WWII, VIetnam, NATO, Supt Of USMA - SS, DSM, LM, BSM, DFC, AM
Thomas Taylor Knox, Colonel, USMA, Indian Wars, Spanish-American War - Distinguished Service Cross INFO NEEDED
Richard Arthur Knutson, CWO - Killed In Vietnam In 1973 - Returned Home In 2000
Edward E. Kobernusz, Colonel, WWII, FBI Official - Administrative Law Judge
Adam T. Kobus, Sergeant, Merrill's Marauders In World War II
Steven R. Koch, Corporal, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - BSM, PH
Mariah Kochavi, Captain, Army Vet At Fort Myer, Died At Age 29 Of A Stroke - Left Us Way Too Soon!
Jacob Kockley, Private, Killed In The Civil War - Thanks To The Family For Remembering Him
Allen B. Kodish, Flight Officer, United States Army Air Force - Killed Over Europe In WWII - PH
Edgar Frederick Koehler, First Lieutenant, Killed In Action, Philippines Insurrection - INFORMATION NEEDED
Francis John Koester, Brigadier General, USMA - Spanish-American War, Philippines, WWI - DSM
Siegfried Kofler, Sergeant, Killed In The Vietnam War - PH
Ronald Victor Kolb, First Lieutenant - Killed In Action, Vietnam War - PH - INFORMATION NEEDED
Robert William Komer, Lt Colonel - WWII, CIA Operative - US Ambassador - Medal of Freedom
Alexander B. Komoroske, Lieutenant Colonel, WWII, Korea - Communications Specialist - BSM
Rosemary Kooiman, Army Spouse & Witch
Benjamin S. Kopp, Corporal, Army Ranger, 2 Tours In Iraq - Wounded In Afghanistan - Died In Walter Reed Hospital - BSM, PH
Anthony Korkuc, Sergeant, Army Air Forces - Killed In Action - World War II - PH
Andrew Kostecka, First Lieutenant, WWII - General MacArthur's Staff - All-Star Basketball Player - CIA Employee
Bohuslav Zdenek Kostka, Colonel, World War II, Korea, Vietnam
Harold Kovolenko, Sergeant - Special Forces, Vietnam War - SS, BSM, PH
Metro Kowalchick, Sergeant First Class, Combat Vet of WWII, D-Day Landings, Deputy Superintendent of Arlington National Cemetery - BSM, CIB, PH
 Richard W. Kowalewski, Jr., Specialist 4th, Army Ranger, Killed In Somalia
Frank Kowalski - Decorated Colonel And Member of Congress
Adam Kramer, Major, Cavalry Officer - Civil War - Indian Wars
John Conrad Krause, Major, Paymaster - Spanish-American War - INFORMATION NEEDED
Max W. Kraus - Army Officer & USIA Official
William Krause, Captain, USMA - Infantry Officer - Indian Wars
Maurice Gesten Krayenbuhl, Captain, USMA, Killed In The Philippines Insurrection
John Alexander Kress, Brigadier General, USMA - Civil War - Indian Wars - Distinguished Service Cross (DSC)
Dale J. Kridlo, Specialist, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - PH, BSM
Edward Fisher Krise, Colonel, Ranger - WWII, Korea, Vietnam - SS, BSM, LM, PH, CIB
Kurt E. Krout, Specialist, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Frederick V. Krug, Major, Philippine Insurrection, World War I - Silver Star Medal
The Krueger Family, An Army Tradition
Eric J. Kruger, Lieutenant Colonel, Ranger - Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - BSM, PH
Wladimir B. Krzyzanowski, Brigadier General, Civil War - Government Official
Peter Kubic, Private First Class, POW/MIA In Korea in 1951, Returned Home In 2011, PH, POW Medal
John Erwin Kuffner, Colonel, USMA, WWII, Atomic Energy Commission, Nuclear Specialist
Carl A. Kugel, First Lieutenant, Died Of Unknown Causes At Walter Reed Hospital In 1934
Joseph Ernest Kuhn, Major General, Spanish-American War, WWI - INFO NEEDED
Byron Kent Kulland, First Lieutenant - Killed In Vietnam - Returned Home 30 Years Later
Henry W.Kunkel, First Lieuetnant, Air Service - Killed In Mid-Air Collision Over Illinois In 1926

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Frank P. Labella, Technical Sergeant, Killed In Normandy In 1944 (WWII), Returned Home In 1964 - BSM, PH
Gary R. LaBohn, Sergeant - Killed In Air Crash In Laos
Anderson Parker Lacey - Captain, Civil War - INFORMATION NEEDED
Robert S. Lacey, Captain, Civil War Era, Early Arlington Farmer & Resident - INFO NEEDED
Eugene Frederick Ladd, Colonel, USMA - Cavalry Officer - Indian Wars, Spanish-American War
Nikodem Ladovich - Private, Killed in Siberian Expedition Following WWI
Robert Leroy Lazear, First Lieutenant, Killed In Action, Vietnam War - PH
Conrad Edward LaGueux, Captain - OSS In World War II, CIA Operative
Edward H. Lahti, Colonel - USMA, Parachute Infantry, WWII, Korea, Vietnam, Highly Decorated
Waldo E. Laidlaw, Major General, USMA - World War II - Ordnance-Missile Commander
Floyd E. Lake, Sergeant, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Joe Ben Lamb, Colonel, WWII, Korea, Vietnam - SS, LM, CIB. BSM, AM
Francis X. Lambert, Decorated Veteran of WWII & Foreign Service Officer
Gene L. Lamie, Sergeant, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Robert F. Lammey, Sergeant, World War II Prisoner Of War, PH
James Madison Lancaster, Lieutenant Colonel, USMA - Artillery - Civil War, Indian Wars - INFORMATION NEEDED
Mark W. Lance, Major General, WWI, WWII, Florida Adjutant General - LM, BSM, AM
Thomas Francis Lancer, Colonel, Military Police, WWII, D-Day Landings
Calvin J. Landau, Colonel - Field Artillery - Korean War & Vietnam War Veteran
Mitchell Arthur Lane, Sergeant - Special Forces - Killed In Afghanistan
Hermann W. W. Lange, Colonel - WWII, Korea, Vietnam, SS, BSM, PH, AM
Victor M. Langarica, Corporal, Killed In Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Steven M. Langmack, Sergeant, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Charles Trueman Buck Lanham - Major General, WWI, WWII, Friend Of Ernest Hemingway
Fulton Lanier - Army Air Corps - Killed In Tibet In WWII - Found In 1997
Jonathan Miles Lankford, Sergeant Major, Died of Heart Attack In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom
Thomas G. Lanphier, Captain - Highly Decorated WWII  Combat Aviator
Cornelius Rysdorph Lape, Private - Killed In The Wilderness, Civil War
Vincent F. La Piana - Colonel, WWII And Korea Veteran
Stanley J. Lapinski, Corporal, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
William W. Lapsley, Major General, USMA, Engineers, World War II, Korean War, DSM, BSM, LM
Richard Nelson Large, Sergeant - WWII, Normandy, Battle of the Bulge, PH
 Thomas Bernard Larkin, Lieutenant General, WWI, WWII, QM General of the Army
Lincoln A. Larson, First Lieutenant, Air Corps - Killed In World War II - PH
Terrance Henry Larson, Specialist 4, Killed In Action, Vietnam War, PH
Edgar L. Lash, Purple Heart In World War II
Philippe Luc Las Hermes, Chief Warrant Officer - Killed In Vietnam - PH, AM, BSM - INFORMATION NEEDED
Gilbert Ignatius Laskowski, Tech 4, World War II - Foreign Service Officer
Victor Lasky, First Lieutenant - Newspaper Writer & Columnist
William Lassiter, Colonel, USMA - Did Not Graduate - Infantry Officer - INFO NEEDED
Ephriam Latham, Captain, Served in Both Confederate & Union Army - INFORMATION NEEDED
John Brandt Latimer, First Lieutenant, USMA, Killed In Aircraft Accident
Paul M. Latourney, Sergeant, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Osmun Latrobe, Colonel - Spanish-American War, Philippines, WWI, Aide to President Coolidge
 James Edward Latta, Lieutenant Colonel - World War II & Vietnam
Harry J. Laurence, Sergeant, Killed In Korea In 1950 - Returned Home In 2008 - CIB, PH
Vincent R. Lauria, Lieutenant Colonel, A Lifetime Of Public Service - Koea, Panama, Vietnam - SS, BSM
Manuel Alonzo Lauterio, SP-5, Killed In Vietnam In 1973 - Returned Home In 2000
Spring Law, Staff Sergeant - Defense Logistics Agency - Murder Victim At Fort Belvoir
Thomas Comerford Lawler, First Lieutenant, WWII - Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) - Author
Charles Speir Lawrence, Colonel, Mexican Border, World War I, World War II - LM, BSM, PH
Justus Baldwin Jock Lawrence - Colonel, Eisenhower's Publicity Officer In WWII
Dale O. Lawson, Master Sergeant, Vietnam War, Bronze Star
Walter Ralls Lawson Sr., Captain, Air Service - WWI, Distinguished Service Cross, DSC, Killed In Aircraft Crash In 1923
Walter Ralls Lawson, Jr,, Colonel - USMA, World War II
Ralph H. Lawter, Second Lieutenant, Air Service - Killed In Mid-Air Collision Over Illinois In 1926
Frank Hall Lawton, Colonel, Spanish-American War, Philippines - INFORMATION NEEDED
Henry Ware Lawton, Major General - Killed In Action In The Philippine Insurrection
James S. Lay, Jr., Colonel - National Security Council, Central Intelligence Agency
Benjamin Thomas Layton, Lieutenant Colonel - World War II, Battle of the Bulge
Robert Van Layton, Master Sergeant, WWII, Killed In Korea, Returned Home in 2006 - BSM, PH
Herbert Blanchard Leadbeater - Major, World War II Veteran
Ben Lear - General, World Wars I And II
James Trotter Leavy, First Lieutenant, Civil War - INFORMATION NEEDED
Stanley Baldwin Ledford, Captain, Corps of Engineers, WWII - SS, BSM
Alice Semple Lee, Captain, United States Army Nurse Corps, World War II
Barbara Burgess Lee, Military Spouse - Wife of MG Robert Vernon Lee
Chew-Mon Lee, Colonel - Korea, Vietnam - Distinguished Service Cross, DSC - PH
George Fitzgerald Lee, Major, Indian Wars, Spanish-American War, Philippines, WWI
George William Lee, Second Lieutenant, Killed In WWII - Body Not Recovered - Memorial Stone In Arlington - BSM, PH
Joel Robert Lee, Colonel - Spanish-American War, Philippines Insurrection
John Clifford Hodges Lee - Lieutenant General, World War II Commander
Randolph Wilbur Lee - Captain, US Army Air Corps, WWII Fighter Pilot & POW
 Richard M. Lee , Major General, World War II, Army General Staff, Old Guard Commander
Richard McLeish Lee - Major, WWII Veteran
Robert Vernon Lee, Major General - Adjutant General of the Army
Samuel Perry Lee - Major, Civil War - INFORMATION NEEDED
Eugene Bowman Leedy, Major General, Vietnam Veteran & Logistics Specialist
 Robert H. Lehman, Colonel - World War II, Korea, Vietnam
Michael R. Lehmiller, Sergeant, Killed In Afghanistan - Operation Enduring Freedom - PH
Wayne Leslie Lehto, Captain, Vietnam War Aviator - SS, DFC
Rudolph Le Hutta, Sergeant, Air Corps - Killed In 1929 Crash of the C-2 In Pennsylvania
John S. Lekson - Major General, World War II, Korea, Vietnam
Richard Driggs Le May, Jr., Major, Killed In Vietnam - DFC, BSM, AM, PH
Henry Rowan Lemly, Major - USMA - Indian Wars, Spanish-American War, World War I
Rowan Palmer Lemly, Colonel, Son of Henry Rowan Lemly - INFORMATION NEEDED
Lyman L. Lemnitzer - General, Chief of Staff, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs
Pierre Charles L'Enfant - Major, Designer of Washington, D.C.
Charles Frederick Leonard, Colonel, Long-Serving Military Family - INFO NEEDED
Charles Frederick Leonard, Jr., Major General, USMA, Olympic Champion
Charles Frederick Leonard III, Captain - Long-Serving Military Family - INFO NEEDED
Frank Louis Leonard, Major, World War I, World War II
John Wallis Leonard, Lieutenant Colonel, Army Air Forces - Killed In WWII - INFO NEEDED
John William Leonard, Lieutenant General, USMA - WWI, WWII - INFORMATION NEEDED
Rolf Fred Lenzsch. Sergeant - Killed In Action, Vietnam War
William B. Lesburg, Sr., Lt. Colonel - WWII & Vietnam Vet - Submitted by Dawn
Jonathan K. Letterman - Lieutenant Colonel, Army Medical Pioneer
Arthur J. Levenson, Lieutenant Colonel, WWII Code Breaker - National Security Agency Official
Anthony Leviero, Lieutenant Colonel, WWII Intelligence Officer - NY Times Washington Correspondent
Darrell C. Lewis, Captain, Killed In Afghanistan - Operation Enduring Freedom - PH
David C. Lewis, Brigadier General - World War II, Korean War
David W. Lewis, Sergeant - Battle of the Little Big Horn
Evan E. Lewis, Lieutenant Colonel, USMA - WWI - DSC (2), SS (3) Died Of Heart Attack At Age 46
Frank Nelson Lewis, Captain, Died In France After World War I - Distinguished Service Cross (dsc) PH - INFORMATION NEEDED
Frederick Worthington Lewis, Brigadier General, USMA - Spanish-American War, Philippines - Son Of John R. Lewis
Herbert Suddath Lewis, Colonel, USMA - WWII, Vietnam - Army Missile Commander
Henry C. Lewis, Jr., First Lieutenant, Air Corps, Missing In 1944, Returned Home In 2001
James Linn Lewis, Colonel, USMA - Corps of Engineers, World War II
John Randolph Lewis, Brigadier General, Civil War - INFORMATION NEEDED
Lee A. Lewis, Jr., Private First Class, Medic - Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Louis H. Lewis - 1st Lieutenant, Killed At San Juan Hill, Cuba
Mark Kincaid Lewis, Jr., Major, USMA - Air Corps - Killed In 1941 Texas Bomber Crash
Morgan D. Lewis - First Lieutenant, Civil War
Robert Augustus Lewis, First Lieutenant, Killed-In-Action, World War II, PH, BSM
Robert Raymond Lewis, First Lieutenant, Killed In Vietnam War - PH
William Warner Lewis, Jr., Colonel - USMA, Korean War, SS, PH (5), BSM, Company Commander
Samuel J. L'Hommedieu, Sergeant - WWII, Battle of the Bulge - Concert Promoter - Military Family
Guido Norman Lieber, Brigadier General - Civil War - Judge Advocate General of the Army
Lloyd Baxter Liebler, Second Lieutnant, Killed In WWI, Argonne Forest - PH - INFORMATION NEEDED
Anthony M. Lightfoot, Specialist, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduing Freedom - PH, BSM
Walter B. Ligon, Colonel, WWII, Normandy, Concentration Camps
James Anderson Lillard, Colonel - Airborne Officer, WWII, Korea, Vietnam
Lawrence Eugene Lilly, First Lieutenant, Army Aviator - Missing In Vietnam War - Memorial Marker - PH
Henry W. Linck, Sergeant, Ranger - Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Lawrence Joseph Lincoln, Lieutenant General, USMA - WWII, Koea, Vietnam - INFO NEEDED
Sumner H. Lincoln, Brigadier General, Civil War - INFORMATION NEEDED
John D. Linde, Sergeant, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - BSM, PH
Charles W. Lindewald, Master Sergeant, Killed In Vietnam In 1968 - Returned Home In 2005 - PH
Francis Eugene Lindsay, Sergeant, Killed In Korea In 1950 - Returned Home In 2007 - BSM, PH
Paul Myron Anthony Linebarger, Jr - Colonel & Writer (Cordwainer Smith)
Roger G. Ling, Specialist, Killed In Action, Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
James McCubbin Lingan - Amer Revolution & Defender Of Free Speech
James Bernard Lipinski, Chief Warrant Officer, WWII, Africa, Normandy, D-Day, The Bulge
Ernest L. Lippold, Jr., Private, Killed In Action, WWII, Iwo Jima - PH
Emerson H. Liscum, Colonel - 9th US Infantry - Killed In The Boxer Rebellion In China
Donald Cubbison Little - Decorated Army Office & Episcopial Priest
Isaac S. Little, Captain, Company K, 143 Pennsylvania Volunteers, Civil War - INFO NEEDED
Henry Warren Littlefield, First Lieutenant, Civil War - 54th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry
Robert McGowan Littlejohn, Major General, USMA, WWI, Mexican Border, WWII, Normandy Landings On D-Day - DSM, LM, BSM
Nino Livaudais, Sergeant, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH, BSM
Joseph Walker Lloyd, Colonel - 30 Years of Service, Vietnam, Legion of Merit
Andrew T. Lobosco, Staff Sergeant, Special Forces Medic - Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - CIB, PH, BSM
P. D. Lochridge, Brigadier General, USMA, Indian Wars, Spanish War, Philippines, WWI
Rawolle Lochridge, First Lieutenant, Air Service - Son of A General
James Lockett, Colonel, USMA - Philippines, Mexican Border, Silver Star (2)  - INFO NEEDED
Jon M. Lockey, Colonel, USMA - Intelligence Officer - Died In Iraq Of An Apparent Heart Attack, USMA
George Edward Loikow, Sergeant Major, Enlisted At 16, WWII, Sergeant Major of the Army
Shelton E. Lollis, Major General, WWII, Vietnam - Ordanance Specialist - Guided Missiles
Avery E. Long, First Sergeant (Died 1925) - INFORMATION NEEDED
Gary Wayne Long, Colonel, Military Intelligence, Operation Just Cause
Glen C. Long, Brigadier General, Highly Decorated Commnader, WWII, Korea, Vietnam
James Bryan Long, Jr., Lieutenant Colonel, Vietnam War (3 Tours), Army Ranger - LM, BSM, AM
Robert M. Long, Lieutenant Colonel, Vietnam War, Bronze Star
Stephen Vernon Long, Major - Combat Vet - Killed In Terrorist Attack On The Pentagon, 11 September 2001
William A. Long, Corporal, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
 Francis Fielding Longley, Colonel, USMA - Corps Of Engineers - WWI - DSM - INFORMATION NEEDED
Felix Longoria, Corporal - Killed in World War II & Denied Burial In Texas
James Longstreet, Jr. - Lieutenant Colonel, Son Of Confederate General 
Robert Lee Longstreet - Major, Son Of Confederate General
John Tipton Lonsdale, Colonel, WWI, WWII - Respected Geologist
Andrew Richard Looney, Sergeant, Iraq - Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - PH, BSM
Arthur James Lord, Major, Killed In Action In Vietnam in 1968 - Returned Home In 2004 - PH
Frederick Lord, Private, 2nd New York Artillery, Civil War - INFORMATION NEEDED
Thomas William Lord, Captain, Civil War & Indian Wars
Edwardo Loredo, Staff Sergeant, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduing Freedom - PH, BSM
Christopher Warren Lotter, Private First Class, Killed In Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH, BSM
Walter E. Lotz, Jr., Lieutenant General - USMA, WWII, Korea, Highly Decorated
James Mifflin Loud, Lieutenant Colonel, Army Brat - Philippines, Alaska, Hawaii, 1904 World Fair
John S. Loud, Lieutenant Colonel, Civil War, Indian Wars - Father Of James M. Loud
Christopher E. Loudon, Second Lieutenant, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
John A. Loughran, Private - 4th US Cavalry - Spanish-American War
Joseph S. Loughran, Captain (Chaplain), World War I
Clement A. Lounsberry, Colonel - Civil War - Newspaperman, Dakota With Custer
Matthew Scott Lourey, Chief Warrant Officer, Army Aviator - Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
The Lord Family, An Army Tradition
Ernest A. Love, First Lieutenant, Army Aviator - Killed In Action Near Verdun, France - World War I
James Warren Love, Colonel, World War II - Battle of the Bulge - 33 Years Of Service - SS
Scott McClean Love, First Lieutenant, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Robert J. Low, Colonel, Highly Decorated Korean War Aviator, SS, LM, DFC, AM
Durward O. Lowry, Second Lieuetnant, Air Corps - Killed In Air Crash In Ohio While Transporting The Mail
Larry Francis Lucas, Captain, Killed In Vietnam In 1966 - Returned Home In 2002
Steven Lucas, Corporal, Missing & Presumed Dead In Korea In 1950 - Returned Home In 2008 - CIB, PH
Ronald G. Luce, Jr., Captain, Ranger, Special Forcers Officer - Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - BSM, PH
Gaston L. Luck, Private, Killed In WWI (1918) - Returned Home In 1921 - PH
Marshall I. Ludington, Brigadier General, Quartermaster General
William Ludlow, Major Geneal - USMA, Civil War, Spanish War, Philippines, Yellowstone Park
Edward Henry Lugo, Command Sergeant Major, Persian Gulf - Corps of Engineers
Edward P. Lukert, Jr., Colonel, USMA, WWII, Korea, Vietnam - LM, DFC, BSM, AM
Harold Spranger Lund, Second Lieutenant - Killed In Action, Korea, War, BSM, PH
Donald C. Lundquist - Lieutenant Colonel, Korea & Vietnam
Samuel L. Lunt. First Lieutenant, Air Service - Killed In 1922 Air Crash In Texas
Francis Lupo, Private, Missing In Action In 1918 (WWI) - Identified & Returned Home In 2006 - PH
Robert Lee Luster, Sergeant - Missing In Vietnam In 1969 - Returned Home In 1976 - PH
The Lutes Family, An Army Tradition
George A. Lutz, Private First Class, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
John W. Lutz, Corporal, Died While a POW In Korea In 1951, Returned Home In 2011 - PH, CIB
Sean Edward Lyerly, Captain, Aviator - Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - BSM, PH
Stephen C. Lyford - Lieutenant Colonel, Civil War - Ordnance Officer - INFORMATION NEEDED
Wyllys Lyman, Major, Civil War, Indian Wars - INFORMATION NEEDED
John Roy Lynch, Major (Spanish-American War), Slave, Member of Congress
William D. Lynch - WWII & Korea Veteran - Horse Calvary
Clark Lynn, Colonel - USMA, Military Family - WWII
Daniel D. Lynn, Major, USMA, Civil War, Battle of Gettusburg
Samuel Wilson Lynnford, Jr., Colonel - Lovely Thoughts By His Family
Alfred Jefferson Lyon, Brigadier General, Distinguished Service Medal - INFORMATION NEEDED
Archibald W. Lyon - Brigadier General, West Point, WWII Vet & Trans Expert
Gideon A. Lyon, Captain, 28th Michigan Infantry, Civil War, U. S. Pension Office
LeRoy Springs Lyon, Major General, USMA - WWI - DSM - INFO NEEDED

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