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Roger Dale Mabe, Private First Class, Killed In Action In Vietnam - PH
The MacArthur Family - Relatives Of General Douglas MacArthur
Daniel Macauley, Colonel, Civil War, Brevert Brigadier General, Long Service
Manus MacCloskey, Brigadier General, USMA - SAW. Philippines, Boxer Rebellion, WWI - SS, DSM, PH
Charles Curtis MacConnell, Captain - Civil War Artillery Officer - Weed's Battery
Daniel W. MacCormack, Lieutenant Colonel, Commissioner of Immigration & Naturalization
Charles Brown MacDonald - Colonel, World War II Veteran& Military Writer
Clinton Dugald MacDougall - Brigadier General, Civil War
Stephan Lee Mace, Specialist, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - PH, BSM
William M. Mace, 6th New York Heavy Artillery, Civil War - Died In 1930
John Edward MacGamwell, Sergeant, WWII - Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Officer
Alan Alexander MacGregor, Lieutenant Colonel - Decorated Vet Of WWII & Korea
Gilbert J. Machette, Sergeant, 102nd Cavlary Recon Squadron, WWII, Killed In Action, PH
Louis J. Mack, Lieutenant Colonel, A Horse-Soldier, WWII - BSM
Tommy L. Mack, Sergeant First Class - Owner of the Tourmobile In Washington, D.C.
William Henry Mackay, First Lieuenant, Physician - Wife Was the Daughter of Labor Leader Samuel Gompers
Hugh Mackintosh, Major General, USMA - Quartermaster Corps - WWII, Korea, Vietnam - DSM, LM
William J. McCaffrey, Lieutenant General, USMA - World War II, Korean War - Silver Star (3)
Angus Boyd MacLean, Colonel - WWII, Vietnam - Founded DC Metro Police
Arthur R. MacLean, Colonel, World War II, Army Engineer
Neil Kirk MacIver - Private, Early Vietnam Era Casualty
Samuel T. Mackall, Colonel, Infantry - Philippines, WWI - FIL Of Matthew K. Deichelman, MG, USAF
Julian M. MacMillan, Lieuteant Colonel, Killed In World War II - PH - INFO NEEDED
Edwin Joseph MacNamara, Major - Killed In Helicopter Accident In Vietnam
Macomb, Mason & Rucker Families: Generations Of Service To America
Augustus Canfield Macomb, Colonel, 5th US Cavalry - Father of Alexander Macomb, USN
Edwin Bennett Macomb, Son of General Alexander Macomb, Jr.
John Navarre Macomb, Jr., Colonel, USMA, Engineers, Famous American Family - INFO NEEDED
Montgomery Meigs Macomb, Brigadier General, Spanish-American War, Philippines
William J. Maddox, Major General - Aviator - DSM, DFC, LM, AM, WWII, Korea, Vietnam
Thomas C. S. Maddux - Killed in Spanish War At Age 17 - A Sad Stone
John Joseph Madigan III, Colonel, Military Family - Korea, Vietnam, The Old Guard - 30-Year Career
Patrick Sarsfield Mardigan, Colonel, Medical Officer, Military Family - The Father of Army Neuropsychiatry
Clinton Rice Madison,Second Lieutenant, Aviator - Killed In WWI - INFORMATON NEEDED
Ricardo M. Madojana, Lieutenant Colonel, Physician, Medical Researcher
Kameil Maertens, Colonel - Small Arms Expert - Killed In Air Crash In 1943
John F. Magnotti, Lieutenant Colonel, USMA, WWII, Vietnam - College Professor - LM, BSM
Thomas H. Magness III, Colonel, USMA, Vietnam, Environmental Official - SS, PH
Carter Bowie Magruder, General - WWI, WWII, Korea
Douglas Graham Magruder, First Lieutenant, USMA - Killed In The Vietnam War - BSM, PH
John Magruder, Brigadier General, WWII, DSM - Son Killed In Action In Korea
Marshall Magruder, Brigadier General, World War I & World War II - INFORMATION NEEDED
Munro Magruder, Second Lieutenant, USMA, Killed In Action In Korea
Fred Keith Mahaffey - General, Vietnam - Gone Too Soon
Thomas Harold Mahan, Captain - USMA, Korean War, Montana Attorney
Frank C. Mahin, Major General, WWI, WWII - Killed In 1942 Plane Crash In Tennessee - PH
David B. Mahlenbrock, Specialist, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Thomas Donald Maholic, Master Sergeant, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - SSM, BSM, PH
John Mahoney, Private, 72nd New York Infantry - Died In The Civil War
Daniel Carr Main, Major, Physician, Died In Hurricane Tending His Patients
Levi Maish, Colonel (Civil War) & Member of Congress
Arthur I. Mahler, Lieutenant Colonel, World War II, Merrill's Marauders
Andrew Major, Tech 5, World War II - Businessman, King of the Textiles
Charles Webb Major, Lieutenant Colonel, 81 Airborne Division, WWII - INFORMATION NEEDED
Bernie Malion - 100,000th Burial In Arlington
Gertrude Ilene Mahn - Colonel, Nurse Corps, WWII, Korea, Vietnam
Duncan Kennedy Major, Jr., Brigadier General, USMA - Philippines, Boxer Rebellion, WWI
Talbot Marion Malcolm, Jr, Second Lieutenant, Air Corps - Killed In 1944 Aircraft Accident In Massashusetts
Garrick Mallery, Captain, Civil War Service - INFORMATION NEEDED
Robert Joseph Malley, Major General - USMA, Engineers, Airborne, Vietnam
Barton James Mallory, Colonel, USMA, WWII, Artillery, Air Defense Officer
George Wilson Malone, First Lieutenant (WWI), United States Senator
Lawrence Michael Malone, Major, USMA - 1st Cavalry Officer, Killed In Vietnam - PH
Paul Bernard Malone, Major General, USMA - Spanish-American War, Philippines - INFO NEEDED
James Defrees Mann, First Lieutenant, USMA - Killed In Sioux Indian Wars - INFORMATION NEEDED
James Edward Mann, Captain - Special Forces, Killed In Action, Vietnam War
William A. Mann, Major General, USMA - Indian Wars, Spanish-American War, Philippines - SS
Anna E. Graves Manning, 1st Lieutenant, Nurse, World War II, Bronze Star
William E. Manning, Colonel - World War II, Korean War
William Sinkler Manning, Major, Killed In Action In France, World War I - DSC, PH
Alejandro Manriquelozano - Killed In Action In Panama - Army Ranger
Ian D. Manuel, Chief Warrant Officer, Aviator - Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Herron Nichols Maples, Lieutenant General, WWII, D-Day Landings, Defense Intelligence Agency - Inspector General - DSM
Sidney J. Marceaux, Jr., Colonel (Chaplain), Operation Iraqi Freedom, Desert Storm, LM, BSM 45 Years Of Service
Peyton Conway March, General, USMA, Philippines, WWI, Chief of Staff of the Army
Peyton Conway March, Jr., Second Lieutenant - Killed In Aircraft Accident In 1918
Nathan Margolies, First Lieutenant, AAF - Missing In March 1945 - Memorial Headstone - DFC, AM, PH
Joseph Francis Maron, Sr., Sergeant, WWII - Installed Wiring At President John F. Kennedy's Gravesite
Lawrence R. Maroon, Lieutenant Colonel - World War II, Korean War - Silver Star
Autrey Joseph Maroun, Major General, USMA - WWII, Korea, Vietnam - DSC, SS, BSM, LM, CIB
 Theodore Clarke Marrs, Second Lieutenant, Air Service, "He Gave His Live So That Others Might Live"
Ward W. Marrs, Private, Possibly Killed In The Spanish-American War
Clarence T. Marsh, Jr., Colonel, USMA, Artillery - Son Killed In Air Accident
James V. Marsh, Lieutenant Colonel, WWII, Korea - A Lover Of Horses - PH, BSM
Arthur Lawrence Marshall, Major General, Quartermaster Corps - Died on Active Duty in 1956
George Catlett Marshall - General, Chief of Staff WWII, Secretary of State
John W. Marshall, Sergeant - Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom
Richard Jaquelin Marshall - Major General, World Wars I & II
William Louis Marshall. Brigadier General, USMA - Civil War - Chief of Engineers - Inventor
Harold Douglas Martin, Major, WWII, Tuskegee Airman - Killed In Air Crash In 1945
Harold Douglas Martin, First Lieutenant, Killed In Vietnam - PH
John C. Martin, Lieutenant Colonel, Vietnam War (2 Tours) Adjutant General's Department - BSM
John Thomas Martin, Captain, USMA, Artillery Officer - Died At Sea Retuning From The Philippines
Timothy L. Martin, Sergeant - Special Forces, Killed-In-Action In Somalia
William Patrick Martin, Captain, Artillery Officer - Civil War, Indian Wars - INFORMATION NEEDED
Williams Swift Martin III, Lieutenant Colonel, USMA - Vietnam War - LM, AM, BSM, CIB
Antrevyn Mason-Black, Sergeant, Iraq Veteran - Murder Victim In Washington, D.C.
Charles Field Mason, Brigadier General, Medical Officer - Son-in-law of LR Hare - INFORMATION NEEDED
Conrad C. Mason, Private First Class, Killed In Action, Normandy Invarion, WWII - Bodu Not Recovered - PH
John Sanford Mason, Brigadier General, USMA - Mexican War, Civil War, Indian Wars
Johnnie Vell Mason, Sergeant, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Roy Brooks Mason, Jr., Specialist, Suicide Victim In California - Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom Veteran
Virginia Mason Mason, Daughter of George Mason & Wife of John Mason, Jr.
Edgar James Masten, Master Sergeant, World War II - SS, BSM, PH
Joseph Lee Mastran, Colonel, USMA, World War II, Quartermaster Corps - BSM
Salve H. Matheson, Major General, WWII, Korea, Vietnam - Band of Brothers - DSM, SS, LM, CIB, PH, DFC
Alexander F. Mathews, First Lieutenant, Air Service - Killed In Action - World War I
Edward Gustave Mathey, Lieutenant Colonel, Civil War, Little Big Horn
Clint Richard Matthews, Specialist, Died In Accident in Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Harley Philips Mathewson, Lieutenant Colonel - Surgeon, Civil War - INFO NEEDED
Mark Matthews, First Sergeant, Buffalo Soldiers - Mexican Border, WWI, WWII - Died In 2005 At Age 111
Washington Matthews, Major, Surgeon - Western Frontier - Indian Wars
Frank John Mattia, World War II, Normandy Invasion
Thomas W. Mattingly, Brig Gen - Pearl Harbor Survivor & Eisenhower Physician
Dean E. Mattson, Lieutenant Colonel, Vietnam, Killed In Terrorist Attack On The Pentagon: 11 September 2001
Fred W. Matz, First Lieutenant, World War II - Distinguished Service Cross (DSC), PH
Timothy J. Maude, Lieutenant General, Deputy Chief of Staff - Killed In Terrorist Attack on the Pentagon
Jamie O. Maugans, Sergeant, Killed In Afghanistan Disarming Enemy Rockets
Gerald Mauk, Colonel, Vietnam Veteran - Intelligence Officer
William Henry "Bill"  Mauldin, Sergeant, WWII, Purple Heart - World Famous Cartoonist
Socrates Maupin, Corporal, 1st D.C. Volunteers, Died At Santiago de Cuba, SAW
Louis Mervin Maus, Colonel, Indian Wars, Spanish-American War - INFORMATON NEEDED
Karl F. Mautner, Captain, WWII, Battle of the Bulge - Foreign Service Officer
Henry Allan Mayblom, Flying Cadet, US Army Air Service - Also Listed as FN First, United States Coast Guard - Two Headstones
John Blackwell Maynard, Brigadier General, World War I - Engineering & Artillery Officer
Michael Franklin Mays, Sergeant, 27 Years Of Service - Pastor, Singer, Songwriter
Alfonso A. Maxim. First Lieutenant, 10th Michigan Cavalry, Civil War - INFORMATION NEEDED
Anna Caroline Maxwell, Army Nurse Corps, Spanish-American War
Shawn Alan Mayerscik, Specialist, Airborne, Ranger, 10th Mountain Division, Killed In Helicopter Crash
David Murray May, Captain - Killed In Vietnam In 1971 & Buried In 2000
William Murray Maynadier, Major, Civil War, Indian Wars
Malcolm Ross McAdoo, Jr., Major - 82nd Airborne, WWII, Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)
Ulysses Grant McAlexander - Major General, "Rock of the Marne", WWI
Robert C. McAlister, Lieutenant General, USMA - WWII, Korea, Vietnam - DSM, DSSM, BSM W/V, AM, PH
James William McAndrew - Major General, Indian Wars, Spanish, WWI
Patrick H. McAndrew, Colonel, Medical Officer, World War I - Brother of James W. McAndrew
Thomas Richard McAndrew, Major, Died In Manila In 1946 At Age 39 - Son of Patrick H. McAndrew
Edward McAuley, Lieutenant Colonel - WWII, Korean War, Vietnam War
Anthony Clement McAuliffe - General, "Nuts" To Germans At The Bulge
Morganne Marie McBeth, Specialist, 82nd Airborne, Died on Non-Combat Injuries In Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom
John Ferral McBlain, Sr., Captain, Cavalry Officer, Indian Wars - Father Of An Air Force Major General
Horace Logan McBride, Lieutenant General, USMA - WWI, WWII - DSM, LM, SS, BSM
Daniel F. McCafferty, Lieutenant Colonel, Decorated Veteran of WWII
Dr. James H. McCahon, Warrant Officer - POW For 42 Months In WWII
Henry Pinckney McCain, Major General, USMA - Spanish-American War, WWI - Relative of Senator John McCain
William Alexander McCain- Brig Gen, World Wars I & II -McCain Navy Family
Hershel Daniel McCants Jr.,Chief Warrant Officer 3, Killed In Afghanistan - Operation Enduring Freedom - PH
Howard C. McCarthy Jr., Second Lieutenant, Killed In Action, Vietnam War - PH
John Michael McCarthy, Lieutenant Colonel, USMA - Ranger - Panama, Vietnam
Joseph B. McCarthy, Sergeant, Air Corps - Killed In 1929 Crash of C-2 In Pennsylvania\
Thomas Weller McCarthy - USMA, Captain, Killed In Vietnam, Distinguished Service Crosws (DSC)
Douglas McCaskey, Colonel, Spanish-American War, WWI - Silver Star At Santiago de Cuba
William J. McCaughey, Colonel, USMA - Infantry, Ordnance, Tactics, Training Officer
Adam C. McClain, Private, Old Guard Soldier - Died At Age 20 Of Leukemia
Charles S. McClain, Colonel, Special Forces, Two Tours In Vietnam - SS, BSM, DSSM, LM, AM
Percy W. McClatchy, Sergeant, Killed In Action, Vietnam War - PH
 George Brinton McClellan, Colonel - Member of Congress - Mayor of NYC
John McClellan - Brigadier General, Indian Wars, Spanish-American War
Charles McClure, Colonel, Civil War - Son-in-Law of George Washington Getty
Charles McClure, Jr., First Lieuenant, Grandson of G.W. Getty - Died in the Philippines
Gibson McClure, Second Lieutenant, Son Of Charles McClure, Grandson Of G. W. Getty - Died On Active Duty
John R. McConnell, Brigadier General - Civil War, 5th Illinois Cavalry - INFORMATION NEEDED
Burton Kyle McCord, Captain, USMA - Killed In Vietnam - INFORMATION NEEDED
Robert R. McCord, Command Sergeant Major, Gulf War - Killed In Hit-And-Run Accident
Thomas Roderick McCormick, Lieutenant Colonel - USMA, Korea, Vietnam, Special Forces
Frank Ross McCoy - Major General, SpanishWar, World Wars I & II
James H. McCoy, Jr., First Lieutenant, Killed In Action, 1944 - Returned Home In 1949
Edward Francis Mccue, Lieutenant Colonel - USMA, QM Corps, Korean War
John McClellan, Brigadier General, USMA - Indian Wars, Spanish-American War, Philippines
 Louis P. McCuller, Lieutenant Colonel - WWII, Korean War
Earl T. McCullough, Colonel - WWI & WWII - Son Killed In Korea
Richard Rougier McCullough, Second Lieutenant, Killed In Action In Korea
William Moore McCulloch, Major (WWII) & Member of Congress
Morgan B. McDermott, First Lieutenant, Killed In Action, WWI - DSC, PH - INFORMATION NEEDED
Earl F. McDonald, Sergeant - Tomb Guard, 1939-1941
Lacy McDougald, Jr., Sergeant Major, Special Forces - Distinguished Service Cross In Vietnam
Thomas Mower McDougall, Major - Battle of the Little Big Horn
James S. McDowell, Sergeant, WWI, Lied About His Age - Silver Star, Purple Heart, Died At 97
John Francis McElhenny, Colonel - Corps of Engineers - Landed At Utah Beach On D-Day, 1944
Jackie L. McFarlane, Jr., Chief Warrant Officer, Army Aviator - Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - BSM, PH
Carl Davis McFerren - USMA Grad & WWII Pacific Veteran
Michael E. McGahan, Second Lieutenant, 101 Airborne - Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - PH, BSM
Brian Kent McGar, Private First Class - Killed In Vietnam In 1967 - Returned Home In 1997
Ross A. McGinnis, Specialist, Nominated for the Medal of Honor - Killed In Iraq - Operation IraqiFreedom - PH
John Edward McGlothlin, Lieutenant Colonel - WWII, Korea, Vietnam - Chief of Defense Mobilization
Leonard Edward McGhee, First Lieutenant, WWII, Korea - Killed In Korea Truck Accident
Ryan C. McGhee, Corporal, Army Ranger - Killed In Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH, BSM
George William McGovern, Jr., Colonel, USMA - Special Forces, Vietnam War - SS, BSM
James B. McGovern, Jr., Captain, WWII Air Ace - CIA Pilot Killed In Laos Earthquake McGoon
The McGovern Brothers -Killed In Korea - Medal of Honor & DSC
Robert McGowan, Colonel - Vietnam War Hero - Distinguished Service Cross
Stephen M. McGowan, Corporal, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
James Madison McGarity, Colonel - USMA, Infantry - Korean War
 James Patrick McGranery, Capt (WWI), Member of Congress, US Attorney General
John Donald McGregor, First Lieutenant, Air Corps - USMA - Killed In Air Accident
Robert McGregor, Captain, USMA, Engineer, Died In The Philippines, Long Army History
John McGuire, Private - Died In Civil War, Early Burial At Arlington - INFORMATION NEEDED
John J. McGuire, Sergeant, Killed In WWII - Returned Home In 2001
Thomas J. McGuire, Brigadier General, USMA, WWII, Korea, Vietnam - DSM, LM, BSM, AM
John Beadle McKay, Captain, Highly Decorated WWII Hero - D-Day At Normandy - DSC, SS, BSM, PH, CIB
John Avery McIlhenny, Second Lieutenant, Rough Riders - Family Invested Tabasco Sauce
William Joseph McIlvaine, Private, Died In 1946 Of Pneumonia After Only 10 Days Of Service
Bernard Michael McInerney, Lieutenant Colonel, Army Aviator - Korea, Vietnam - BSM, AM
Donald McIntosh - 2nd Lieutenant - Killed at the Little Big Horn
Brendan E. McIntyre, Sergeant, WWII, Normandy, Battle of the Bulge, PH, BSM
Frank McIntyre, Major General, USMA, INFO NEEDED
George Willcox McIver, Brigadier General, USMA - Indian Wars, Spanish-American War, WWI
Bobby Lyn McKain, Chief Warrant Officer, Army Aviator - Killed Over Vietnam In 1968 - Returned Home In 2008 - PH, DFC, AM
James M. McKain, Staff Sergeant - Killed In 1944 - Returned Home In 1974
George Colin McKee, Brigadier General, Civil War - Member of Congress
Oliver McKee, First Lieutenant, World War II - Wounded At The Battle of the Bulge - PH
Robert W. McKee, Sergeant, Killed In 1944, World War II, Returned Home In 2005 - PH, AM
Thomas Hudson McKee - 1st Lieutenant, Civil War
Clio B. McKeever, Private, Killed In Action In WWI, Five Days Before The Armistice
Patricia Carroll McKenney, Army Spouse - Wife of Brigadier General Stewart L. McKenney, USA
Alfred U. McKenzie - Tuskee Airman & Civil-Rights Advocate
Francis H. A. McKeon, Colonel, INFO NEEDED
Francis H. A. McKeon, Jr., Second Lieutenant, Possibly Killed In WWII - INFO NEEDED
James P. McKeown, Sergeant, Vietnam - Police Officer, Suicide Victim
Hugh Robert McKibbin, Jr., 1st Lt, Killed In Vietnam - Buried With His Dad
The McKibbin Family
Richard L. McKinley -SP-4: Killed In Nuclear Accident In Idaho
James Barclay McLaughlin, Second Lieutenant, Indian Wars, Spanish War - INFORMATION NEEDED
Garrett Ian McLead, Sergeant, Killed In Iraq, Opertation Iraqi Freedom
James H. McLeary, Major, Associate Justice, Supreme Court of Puerto Rico - Planner His Own Funeral
Samuel H. McLeary, Major, Murdered By Two Hitchhikers In Indiana In 1924
Edward F.McManus, Colonel, United States Army & Doris S. McManus, Major, United States Army "Together Forever"
William E. McLeod, Sergeant, Died In Spanish-American War, INFOMRATON NEEDED
James Winning McMillan, Major General - Mexican War, Civil War
Michael J. McMullen, Sergeant, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Fred Howell McMurray, Jr., Captain, Aviator, MIA Over Vietnam, In Memory Of Stone In Arlington
Andrew Thomas McNamara, Lieutenant General, USMA, WWII, Korea, Quartermaster General
Vincent E. McNamara, Lieutenant Colonel, Vietnam - 101 Airborne, The Old Guard - BSM, AM
Alfred Armstrong McNamee, Colonel, Relative of Michael Mark McNamee - INFO NEEDED
Michael Mark McNamee, Colonel, Indian Wars, Spanish-American War - INFO NEEDED
John F. McNulty, Jr, Colonel, World War II, Korea - BSM
Michael L. McNulty, Master Sergeant, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - Special Forces - BSM, CIB, PH
Paul Vories McNutt, Colonel - Government Offical, American Ambassador
Thomas Andrew McParlin, Colonel - Surgeon - Mexican War, Civil War - INFORMATION NEEDED
James Russell McQuade, First Lieutenant, Aviator - Killed In Vietnam In 1972 - Returned Home In 2000
Michael Anthony McQueen II, Sergeant, Army Ranger, Afghanistan - Shot To Death In Maryland In 2006, Investigation of Murder or Suicide
Charles McQuiston- Captain, Killed In Philippine Insurrection
James Henry McRae, Major General, USMA - Philippines, World War I - DSM
Noel Wayne McVay, Sergeant United States Army Air Forces - Killed In WWII, AM, PH
Frank Meacham, Major, Surgeon - Civil War, Indian Wars - Father of Franklin Adams Meacham - INFORMATION NEEDED
Franklin Adams Meacham, Major, Surgon, US Volunteers - INFORMATION NEEDED
James Robert Meade, Chief Warrant Officer 3, Killed In Helicopter Explosion - Vietnam War - PH
Stephen J. Meade, Colonel, World War II, OSS, CIA Officer - BSM
Samuel Silas Meadows, Sergeant, World War II, Killed In Action In Italy, PH
Ryan Patman Means, Staff Sergeant, Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom - Special Forces - Died of Cancer In New York City
William Daniels Meara, Jr., Captain, Killed In Action In Vietnam - DSC, PH, VCM
Thomas Meason - American Revolutionary Veteran
John Bruce Medaris, Major General - WWI, WWII, Ordnance Officer
Robert J. Meder - 1st Lieutenant, A Doolittle Raider In WWII
Jacob W.Meese, First Lieuetnant, 45th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, Civil War
The Meigs Family
Fielding Pope Meigs, Captain, Quartermaster Corps - INFORMATION NEEDED
Fielding Pope Meigs, Jr., Captain, Signal Corps - INFORMATON NEEDED
John Rodgers Meigs, First Lieutenant, USMA - Killed In Civil War - Son Of Montgomery C. Meigs
Montgomery Cunningham Meigs, Major General - The Quartermaster General, Civil War, The Father of Arlington
Edward Douglas Meigs, Colonel, Corps of Engineers - INFO NEEDED
Michael H. Meinz, Sergeant - Killed In Air Crash In Laos
James Armand Meissner, Major, Air Service - WWI Ace - Distinguished Service Cross (2) - Organized Alabama National Guard\
Charles Howard Meldahl, Sergeant - Missing In Vietnam In 1968 - Returned Home In 2001
John W. Mele II, Sergeant, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - BSM, PH
Guy S. Meloy, Jr., General, USMA - World War II, Korean War
Charles Allen Melton, Colonel - WWII, Korea, Vietnam
Louis Gonzaga Mendez, Colonel - USMA, 82 Abn, WWII, Normandy, Operation Marker Garden
Louis C. Menetrey, General, Korea, Vietnam - Highly Decorated Combat Commander - DSC, DSM,DFC, SS, BSM W/V, DFC, AM, AM
George Sablan Meno, Captain, Killed In Vietnam - PH - Buried With His Father - INFO NEEDED
The Menoher Family, An Army Tradition
Pedro Mercado, Master Sergeant, Murdered By Another Soldier In July 2010 At Georgia Reserve Base
Jacob Mercer, Private, Civil War - Wounded At Siege of Petersburg, Died At Washington, D.C.
Anthony Thomas Mercurio, From Private To Lieuenant Colone - 101st Airborne - Vietnam War - PH
Gyles Merrill, Colonel, Cavalry - Relative of Lewis Merrill - INFORMATION NEEDED
John H. Merrill, Lieutenant Colonel, Ordnance Corps, Relative Of Lewis Merrill - INFORMATION NEEDED
Lewis Merrell, Brigadier General - Civil War, Indian Wars, 7th US Cavalry
Charles Edward Merriam, Captain, World War I - Political Scientist
Henry MacPherson Merriam, Colonel, Son of Major General Henry Clay Merriam (MOH)
Lewis Merrian, Captain, Cicil War, Indian Wars - INFORMATION NEEDED
William Emery Merrill, Lieutenant Colonel, USMA - Engineers - Civil War - INFORMATION NEEDED
James H. Merryman, Lieutenant General, Aviator, Logistics & Acquisition - DSM, LM, DFC
Richard H. Mervin, Sergeant, World War II, Killed In Action In Korean - CIB, PH
Brian M. Mescall, Major, Citadel - Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - BSM, PH
David Meserow - First Lieutenant, Killed In WWII, Found 50 Years Later
Jennings B. Messer, Sergeant, Air Forces - Killed In 1943 - Found In 1998
Frank Meszar, Brigadier General, USMA, WWII, Vietnam, Aviator, Son Killed In Vietnam - SS, BSM
Frank Meszar III, Captain, USMA, Killed In Vietnam, Father An Army General, SS, PH, BSM, AM
Thomas Curtis Metsker, Captain - Killed In Vietnam  - "We Were Soldiers Once, And Young"
Ronald Irwin Metz, Captain, WWII, OSS, CIA Officer, Episcopal Priest, BSM
Thomas Overton Metz, Second Lieutenant, Air Corps, Killed During WWII - Brother of Walter - PH
Walter Beidler Metz, Second Lieutenant, Air Corps - Killed During WWII - Brother of Thomas - PH
John C. Metzler, Sr. - Sergeant, Superintendent of Arlington Cemetery
George Ralph Meyer - General, WWII, Graduated From Naval Academy
Jason Meyer, Private First Class, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom, PH
Leo J. Meyer, Colonel, Highly Decorated Veteran of World War II, Korea, Vietnam - CIB, DSM, BSM, PH
Dean Winston Meyerson, Brigadier General, USMA, Korean War, Legion of Merit
Jaromir Michal, Private, Killed In Action In World War I
Herbert J. Michau, Colonel - WWII Veteran - Military Police Corps
Gray Beachy Michie, Army Spouse,Wife Of R. E. L. Michie, Brigadier General, Killed In WWI
Earl R. Michles, Captain, Killed In Action In Vietnam - PH, SS
John Newton Middlemas, Major, WWII, Korea - Distinguished Service Cross, 5 Silver Stars, BSM (2), PH (2), CIB (2)
Ellis M. Middleton II, Captain, Air Corps - Killed In WWII (1945) Parents Found His Body In 1948 And Brought Him Home - DFC, PH
William Kyle Middleton, Corporal, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - PH,, BSM
David P. Midgett, Lieutenant Colonel - 21 Year Career In The Airborne Infantry
William H. Miesner, Jr.,Major, Special Forces, Multiple Tours In Vietnam - SS, BSM
Henry Miga, Sergeant, Missing In Action In WWII (1944) - Returned Home In 200
John Andrew Mikuluk, Colonel - Hospital & Medical Administrator
Ronald D. Milam, Major - Killed In Terrorist Attack On The Pentagon On 11 September 2001
Hugh "Tony" Milanese, Chief Warrant Officer - Counter-Intelligence Operative - Vietnam War
The Miles Family, An Army Tradition
James Stewart Miles, Colonel, WWII, Korea, Vietnam - City Manager of Largo, Florida
 Perry L. Miles, Brigadier General - USMA - Distinguished Serice Cross (DSC)
William Thomas Miles, Jr., Sergeant, Ranger - Missing In Action In Korea - SS, PH, CIB
James Francis Miley, Colonel, USMA - Corps of Engineers - Vietnam - LM, BSM, AM
Charles Worth Millard, Chief Warrant Officer, Killed In Vietnam In 1968 - Returned Home In 2004 - PH
Alexander J. Miller, Specialist, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - PH, BSM
Alton Glenn Miller, Major - Bandleader, Recording Artist, Missing In Action In WWII
Benjamin Franklin Miller, Colonel, USMA - Philippines, Mexican Border, WWI
Donald B. Miller, Colonel, World War II - 35-year Army Career - LM
Glenn E. Miller, Sergeant - Killed In Vietnam In 1968 - Returned Home In 2005
Craig Miller, Sergeant, Secret Service Officer - Killed On 9-11-01 In World Trade Center
David Taylor Miller, Private First Class, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - PH, BSM
John Miller, Major, Mexican War, Civil War, Indian Wars
John Miller, Private, Maryland-DC Volunteers, Company C, Mexican War - Died In 1900
John Franklin Miller, Major General (Civil War) & United States Senator
John H. "Buck" Miller
Kenneth R. Miller, Private First Class, Died In 1951 As POW In Korea - In Memory Of
Kenneth R. Miller, Jr., Major, Special Forces - Killed In Mountain-Climbing Accident
Lowell Thomas Miller II, Captain, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - BSM, PH
Luther Deck Miller - Major General, Chief of Chaplains
Marcus Lyon Miller, Captain, United States Navy - Son of General Marcus P. Miller
Marcus P. Miller, Brigadier General, USMA - Civil War, Indian Wars, SAW, Philippines
Paul C. Miller, Lieutenant Colonel - WWII, POW, SS, PH - Chief of Ceremonies At MDW
Philip E. Miller, First Lieutenant, MIA In WWII (8 September 1945), Returned Home In 2003
Raimund Miller, First Sergeant, Killed-In-Action, Spanish-American War, San Juan Hill - INFO NEEDED
Troup Miller, Brigadier General, USMA - WWI, WWII - LM - Father Of A USAF Lieutenant General
William Anderson Miller, Major, Civil War, Indian Wars - INFORMATION NEEDED
William Edward Miller, First Lieutenant (WWII), Member of Congress, VP Candidate
William H. Miller, Colonel, 41-Year Veteran, World War II, Korea, Vietnam
William Louis Miller III, Chief Warrant Officer - Killed In Action - Vietnam War
Anson P. Mills- Brigadier General, Indian Wars, Army Inventor
Daniel A. Mills, Lieutenant Colonel, World War II & Korean War
Francis Byron Mills, Colonel, World War II, Vietnam - Airborne & Special Forces Commander - BSM, LM
Joshua M. Mills, Staff Sergeant, Special Forces - Killed In Afghanistan - Operation Enduring Freedom - PH, BSM, CIB
Lloyd Mills - Lieutenant Colonel - Killed In Training Accident
Benjamin Millstein, Chief Warrant Officer 4, World War II, Korean War, Vietnam War - BSM
 James Wilbourne Milner, Colonel - West Point, WWII, Arms Control Specialist
Gary Andrew Milton, Sepcialist 4th - Killed In Action In Vietnam - PH
Bernard Prentiss Mimmack, Major, Civil War - Brevetted For Battle of Gettysburg
Julia Minno, Lieutenant Colonel, Respected & Honored Army Nurse
David Dawson Mitchell, Captain, Killed In Action, Philippine Insurrection
Edward Allen Mitchell, First Lieuenant, Killed In World War I - PH - INFO NEEDED
Carroll Mitchell, Lieutenant Colonel, Army Brat, World War II
James Mitchell, First Lieutenant, Indian Wars, SAW, Killed In The Philippines Insurrection
John Lendrum Mitchell III, First Lieutenant, Son Of General Billy Mitchell - Died Of A Blood Infection In World War II
Manton Campbell Mitchell, Major, USMA - World War I - Father of Carroll Mitchell
Parren James Mitchell, United States Army & Member of Congress - World War II - PH
Robert Byington Mitchell, Brigadier General - Civil War, Governor of New Mexico
Sean R. Mitchell,Specialist, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
William Lemuel Mitchell, Major General, USMA
Robert G. Mitton, Sr., Master Sergeant, Korea, Vietnam
Kelly Joseph Mixon, Specialist, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - PH, BSM
John Kemp Mizner, Brigadier General, USMA, Civil War, Indian Wars - INFORMATION NEEDED
David Michael Moak - Colonel, Counter-Terrorism Specialist
James G. Moak, Colonel - Communications Specialist
Will Jenkins Moberly, First Lieutenant, USMA - Resigned 1869 - INFORMATION NEEDED
Sean Michael Mocabee, Master Sergeant, Special Forces, Iraq, Afghanistan - Died In Germany - BSM, CIB
Alfred James Mock, Colonel, World War II, Korean War, Vietnam War
William Moffatt, Second Lieutenant, Indian Wars - INFORMATION NEEDED
Thomas A. Moffitt, Specialist, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - PH, BSM
Robert J. Mogensen, Sergeant, Killed In Action In Afghanistan - Operation Enduring Freedom - PH
Jeremiah William Moher, Lieutenant Colonel - World War II, Korean War, LM, BSM, PH
Carl Max Moller, Lieutenant Colonel, Vietnam War - Army Intelligence - 25-Year Career Officer
John Jay Moller, Second Lieutenant, USMA, 8th Infantry - Died In 1909
Steven P. Mollohan, Sergeant - Killed In Action, Vietnam War, PH
Lewis A. Mologne, Major General, Medical Officer, MASH Surgeon, Walter Reed
Coulter M. Packy Montgomery, First Lieutenant, World War II Hero, SS, PH
Hampden Eugene Montgomery, Lieutenant Colonel - USMA, Died As A Japanese POW In WWII
Thaddeus S. Montgomery II, Staff Sergeant, Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom - Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom
Alberto D. Montrond, Sergeant, Killed In Afghanistan - Operation Enduring Freedom - BSM, PH
William R. Monty, Jr., Chief Warrant Officer Three, Killed In Kentucky Helicopter Crash
William James Monyhan, Colonel - WWII, Korea, Vietnam
Alfred Judson Force Moody- Brigadier General, 1st Cav In Vietnam
Evan J. Mooldyk, Major, Iraq, Died In Operation Enduring Freedom, Afghanistan - BSM
Arthur Patrick Mooney, Jr., First Lieutenant, Killed By A Lightning Strike At Fort Knox In 1955
Alexander Moore, Captain & Brevet Colonel, Civil War, Indian Wars, Gettysburg - INFORMATION NEEDED
Benjamin Moore, Jr., Command Sergeant Major, Died In Iraq, Non-Combat Incident - Operatin Iraqi Freedom - BSM
Cecil Moore, Major General, WWII - Chief Army Engineer In Eirope - On Eisenhower's Staff
David Bryant Moore, Major, Civil War, Indian Wars
Francis Moore, Brigadier General, United States Army, Civil War, Indian Wars - INFORMATION NEEDED
James Edward Moore, General, USMA, WWII, Korea, Deputy Chief of Staff, SHAFE, DSM, LM, BSM
James Miles Moore, Brigadier General, One Of The First To Enlist In The Civil War - Quartermaster Department
John Moore, Brigadier General - Civil War & Indian Wars - Surgeon General of the Army
Sarah Ann Moore, First Lieutenant, WWII Army Nurse - Widow Of An Assassinated Foreign Service Officer
Frank David Moorman, Sergeant, Missing In Vietnam In 1969 - Returned Home In 1976 - PH
Richard Celement Red Moran, Colonel - World War II Combat Veteran
L. E. "Earl" Moranda, Lieutenant Colonel & CIA Official
Bettie J. Morden, Colonel, WWII, Highly Regarded Officer & Military Author - DSM, LM
Arthur S. Moreau, Chief Warrant Officer 4 - WWII, Korea, Vietnam - INFO NEEDED
Manuel Jesus Moreida, Sergeant, Aviator - Killed In Vietnam In 1967 - Returned Home In 2002 - PH
Aristides Moreno, Colonel, Infantry -  VMI Graduate - WWI Staff of General Pershing, WWII Intelligence Officer - DSM, LM
Charles W. Morgan, Colonel - WWII, Korea, Exec Office of the President
Ernest Roland Morgan, Major General, Korea, Vietnam, DC National Guard
Ernest Roland Morgan III, Lieutenant Colonel, USMA, INFORMATION NEEDED
Keisha M. Morgan, Specialist, Died In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom
Rainer K. Morgan, Sergeant, Killed In Vietnam In 1968 - PH
Theodore Roosevelt Morgan, Sergeant Major, 30-Years Of Service To America
William J. Morgan, Lieutenant Colonel, WWII OSS Officer, CIA Officer
Fredrerick Henry Morhart, Captain, Assistant Surgeon, U. S. Volunteers - INFO NEEDED
Curtis C. Morris, Private First Class, Killed In WWII - Helmet Returned To His Family In 2006 - PH
Edward Danforth Morrill, Second Lieutenant, Civil War - Secrets of the Sword - Fascinating Story
Louis Thompson Morris, Lieutenant Colonel, Civil War, Indian Wars
Robert L. Morris, Colonel - Combat Officer In World War II, Pacific Theater
William Robert Clayton Morrison, Brigadier General, WWI, WWII - INFORMATION NEEDED
Albert Payson Morrow, Colonel, Civil War, Indian Wars - Cavalry Officer\
Jesse Lee Morrow, Jr., Colonel, Infantry - WWII, Normandy, The Bulge - DSC, LM, PH, BSM
William M. Morrow, Brigadier General, Spanish-American War, WWI - DSC, DSM
Frank Bradford Morse, Corporal (WWII), Member of Congress & UN Official
Harold E. Mortimore, Colonel - WWII, Korea, Vietnam - Purple Heart Medal
Charles Morton, Brigadier General - USMA, Civil War & Indian Wars
Charles Gould Morton, Major General, USMA - Spanish-American War, WWI, Son of Charles - INFO NEEDED
John D. Morton, Sergeant, Killed In Afghanistan - Operation Enduring Freedom - PH
Richard Lew Morton, Brigadier General, USMA, WWII, Korea, Vietnam - Highly Decorated
Eugene Paul Moser, Major, WWII, Korea, Airborne, Army Aviator
Andrew Moses, Major General, USMA, Spanish-American War, WWI, General Staff
John George Moses, Jr., Lieutenant Colonel, USMA, WWII, Signal Officer, BSM
Lloyd Roosevelt Moses, Major General - WWII, Korea War, American Indian, DSC
Theodore Mosher, Major, Indian Wars, Spanish-American War, Wounded At Battle of Santiago, Cuba - PH
James Alfred Moss, Colonel, USMA, Wrote The Officer's Manual -  Spanish War, World War I
Robert Eugene Moss, Major, Killed In Vietnam War In 1968 - PH
Francis R. Moulin, Colonel, Judge Advocate General's Corps
John Forman Mount, Captain, Civil War Artillery Officer - INFORMATION NEEDED
Arthur S. Moura, Brigadier General, Latin American Specialist, 9 White House Assignments - DSM, LM
Joseph Anthony Mower, Major General - Highly Regarded Civil War Commander
Jack E. Mowery, Lieutenant Colonel, WWII, Korea, Vietnam
Ashly Lynn Moyer, Sergeant, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Dwight Sumner Muckley Jr., First Lieutenant, Air Corps, Killed In World War II - DFC, PH
Nickolas A. Mueller, Sergeant, Killed In Chinook Helicoper Crash In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - BSM
Frederick Augustus Muhlenberg, Col - Highly Decorated - Member of Congress
Charles Henry Muir, Major General, USMA, SAW, Philippines - Distinguished Service Cross (DSC) INFO NEEDED
James Irvin Muir, Major General - Son of a General - INFO NEEDED
James Irvin Muir, Jr, Colonel, Son & Grandson of Generals - INFO NEEDED
Jeremy W. Mulhair, Sergeant, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Robert Henry Mulholland, Corporal, WWII, Killed In Korea - SS, PH
Patrick Bernard Mulkern, Private, World War I - Founded "The Hobo News" Newspaper
Charles Love Mullins, Jr., Major General, USMA - DSC, SS, BSM
John J. Mullins, Master Sergeant, World War II, Korea - SS, BSM, PH
John Epps Munroe, Colonel, USMA - Career Ordnance Officer - Died At Age 56 In Service
Edward Joseph Murphy, Jr., Major, Killed In Vietnam, PH - INFORMATION NEEDED
William Francis Murphy, Captain, Killed In Action, World War II - SS, PH
Marcus V. Muralles, Sergeant, Special Forces, Killed In Afghanistan Helicopter Crash, Enduring Freedom - BSM, PH
Arthur Maxwell Murray, Colonel, USMA, Korea, Vietnam - Son of Maxwell Murray
Eli Huston Murray- General, Civil War - Newspaper Correspondent
Maxwell Murray, Major General, USMA - WWI, WWII, SS, DSM, LM
James R. Mundy, Lieutenant Colonel, World War II, Korean War
Gilbert A. Munoz, Captain, Air Force Academy, Special Forces, Left Us Too Soon
Edward Lyman Munson, Brigadier General, Physician, SAW, Philippines, WWI, WWII
Henry Schuldt Murphey, Major General - Physical - Decorated Veteran of World War II
Christopher E. Murphy, Corporal, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Edward Murphy, Sergeant, Commissary Sergeant - Died In 1900 - INFORMATON NEEDED
David J. Murray, Sergeant, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Hiram Murray, Private, United States Army, Died of Disease in the Civil War
Peter Murray, Brigadier General, USMA - INFORMATION NEEDED
Clinton Allen Musil, Sr., Captain - Missing In Laos In 1971 - Returned Home In 2003-04, PH
Charles Robert Myer, Lieutenant General, USMA - Army Communications Chief - DSM, LM
Carl H. Myers, First Lieutenant, Air Service, 1 1923 Suicide Victim In Hawaii
Francis Joseph Myers, Jr., Lieutenant Colonel, USMA - WWII, Korea - PH, BSM
George William Myers - Sergeant, Bugler At The Tomb of the Unknowns For 17 Yrs
Michael John Myers, Lieutenant Colonel, Decorated Infantry Officer (WWII)
Orvis Gideon Myers, Major - WWII Veteran Of Battle of the Bulge and D-Day
Raymond Henry Myers, Colonel, Philippines, Mexican Border, WWI
William Myers, Brigadier General - USMA, Civil War, Deputy Quartermaster General of the Army

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Curtis L. Nabors, Private, World War II - Killed In Germany In 1945 - Returned Home In 1982 - PH
Franz G. Naeseth, Private, Killed In World War II, Battle of the Bulge - PH
Fumitake Nagato - Private, Killed In Europe In WWII - 442 Combat Regiment
Raymond T. Nagle, Private, Commissioner, U. S. Court of Claims
James B. Nalle, Major, Killed In WWI - Distinguished Service Cross (DSC), PH
John Francis Nally, Jr., Captain, World War II, PH (2)
Edwin T. Nance, Jr., Lieutenant Colonel, USMA - Korea, Vietnam - SS, LM, AM, CIB
Joseph Francis Napoli, Tech 4, WWII, Denazification of Germany, Justice Department Investigator
Algia Hearn Nash, Jr., Colonel, World War II, Korea, Vietnam - SS, BSM, PH
Charles Allen Nash, Sergeant Major - Vietnam Veteran - BSM
Thomas Joseph Naughton, Major, Counterintelligence Specialist, WWII
Charles Jacob Naylor, Lieutenant Colonel, USMA, Cavalry-Infantry Officer, Philippines, Mexican Border
Harold S. Naylor, First Lieuenant, Killed In 1916 Automobile Crash At Fort Sill, Oklahoma
Wiley Stuart Neal, Private First Class, Killed In Action, World War I - PH
William Curtis Neary, First Lieuteant  - Killed In The Spanish-American War
James T. Neely, First Lieuetnant, Air Service - WWI - Killed In 1924 - Lightning Stuck Weath Balloon Over Illinois
Brendan Patrick Neenan, Specialist, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - PH, BSM
Bernardo Carlos Negrete, Brigadier General, Died In Shooting Accident At His Home - DSM, LM, BSM
Carlos J. Negron, Specialist, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - PH, BSM
Christopher T. Neiberger, Specialist, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
John Joseph Neiger Jr., Major, USMA - WWII POW, Bataan Death March - Killed On Japanese POW Ship - SS, PH
Adolph Nelsen, Private - Killed In WWI - Distinguished Service Cross (DSC), PH
Albert M. Nelson, Private First Class, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Otto Lauren Nelson, Jr., Major General, USMA - World War II - General Staff - DSM
Ralph T. Nelson - Major General, Chief Signal Officer - Highly Decorated
Vaughn E. Nelson, Chief Warrant Officer, Army Geodetic Surveying, Korea, Vietnam
Robert Leroy Nesbit, Colonel, World War I - Distinguished Service Cross (DSC) Two Awards
Otto Andreae Nesmith, Captain - Signal Corps - Spanish-American War
Robert Jenkins Nevin, Major, Civil War - Post War Religious Leader
Harry F. Newcomb, Jr., Flight Officer, United States Army Air Force - WWII - Prisoner of War In Germany
Simon D. Newcomb, Captain - Civil War - 93rd New York Infantry - INFORMATION NEEDED
David Albert Newcomer, Colonel, USMA - Killed In World War II - Son of Henry Clay Newcomer
Francis Kosier Newcomer, Brigadier General, USMA, WWI, WWII, Governor of the Panama Canal
Henry Clay Newcomer, Colonel - USMA, Engineers, Father of Francis Kosier Newcomer, INFO NEEDED
William R. Newgard, Private First Class, Killed In Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
James Bryan Newman IV, Captain, USMA - Physician & Clinical Neuropsychologist
James T. Newman, Major - Army Aviator, Vietnam - Twice Recommended For Medal of Honor - DSC, SS, DFC, BSM, PH, AM
John Newton, Major, 16th Infantry - Indian Wars, Spanish War, Philippines - Died In 1903
Michael Wray Newton, Captain, Died in Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - BSM
Virgil Ney, Colonel, World War II, Korean War - Military Author - INFORMATION NEEDED
Kenneth David Nichols, Major General, USMA, Helped Develop The Atomic Bomb In WWII
Arthur D. Nicholson, Jr., Major - Killed By Soviet Border Guards in Germany
William John Nicholson, Brigadier General, Spanish-American War, WWI, Distinguished Service Medal (DSC)
Azor Howitt Nickerson,Major, Civil War, Indian Wars - Scandals Led To His Downfall
Trenton John Nicolai, Chief Warrant Officer - Intelligence Specialist
Louis E. Niedermeier, Private First Class, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Gibson Niles, Colonel, USMA - WWII, Legion of Merit, Bronze Star
Charles L. Nixon, Second Lieutenant, Killed In Action, Korean War - PH
Courtland Nixon, Colonel, Spanish-American War, World War I
John B. Nixon, Lieutenant Colonel, Civil War Indian Wars
Augustus V. Noble, Lieuetnant Colonel, Spansh-American War, WWI - Friend of John J. Pershing
Thomas K. Noble, Chaplain - Civil War - INFORMATION NEEDED
Robert W. Noce, Colonel, USMA - Vietnam War - Son of a Lieutenant General
Frank Ray Noe, Sergeant, Special Forces, Killed-In-Action In Vietnam, BSM, PH
Annie E. Dwyer Nolan, Widow Of Major Nicholas Nolan, 3rd Cavalry - He Is Buried In Texas
Dennis Edward Nolan, Major General, USMA - Philippines, WWI, WWI - Distinguished Service Cross
William Benedict Nolde, Colonel - Last Official Army Casualty Of The Vietnam War
Francis Norbury, Sr. - Sergeant Major, Died In Parachute Jump At Age 61
James Edward Normoyle, Major, USMA - Mexican Border - Hero Of Mississippi Floods
Frank Wade Norris, Major General, USMA, WWII, Korean - INFO NEEDED
Robert Norman Norris, Specialist 4, Special Forces K-9, Killed In Vietnam War - PH
John Norton, Lieutenant General, USMA - WWII, Korea, Vietnam, Highly Decorated Combat Leader
Guy Stevens Norvell, Colonel, Cavalry - Son-In-Law of Samuel Ovenshine - INFO NEEDED
Stevens Thomson Norvell, Colonel, Civil War, Indian Wars - Father of Guy Stevens Norvell
John Edward Novinsky, Private First Class, Korea - DoD Dependent Schools Instructor
Barton C. Nottingham, Corporal, Killed At Siboney, Cuba - Spanish-American War
Joseph Stephen Novak, First Lieutenant, World War II, Silver Star, Purple Heart
Levi E. Nuncio, Specialist, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - PH, BSM
Nathaniel J. Nyren, Sergeant, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH

O
James Oakes - Brigadier General, Civil & Indian Wars
 John Calvin Oakes, Colonel, USMA - Corps Of Engineers - Father of John Cogswell Oakes, INFORMATION NEEDED
John Cogswell Oakes, Lieutenant General, USMA - World War II, Seventh Army Commander - DSM, LM, BSM
Francis C. Obaji, Private First Class, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom
Ben T. Obata - Lieutenant Colonel, Japanese-American Veteran of WWII
Ronald Michael Obenour, Specialist 4, Killed In Vietnam War - PH
Shirley Wayne O'Boyle, Sergeant, Killed In Action In Vietnam, PH
Edward F. O'Brien, First Lieutenant, 28th Massachusetts, Civil War - INFO NEEDED
Lawrence J. O'Brien, Captain, WWII, Silver Star - Chairman of ADT Security Corp
Michael James O'Brien, First Lieutenant, USMA - Spanish-American War - Died In Cuba In 1898 - INFO NEEDED
James Scott Ochsner, Sergeant First Class, Special Forces, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - BSM, PH, CIB
James D. O'Connell, Lieutenant General - USMA - World War II - Chief Signal Officer
Edgar O'Connor - Colonel, Civil War, Killed In 1862 Age 29 Years
Sean Patrick O'Connor, Second Lieutenant, USMA, Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom, Died At Home - Taken From Us Too Soon!
John Joseph O'Connell, Brigadier General, Civil War, Spanish-American War
Thomas Francis O'Dea, Jr., Lieuenant Colonel, WWII, Korea, Killed In Vietnam, PH
Albert Shields Odell, First Lieutenant, Spanish-American War, Philippines - INFORMATION NEEDED
Robert Daniel Odell, Sergeant Major, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH, BSM
Delk M. Oden - Major General & USMA Graduate
William Eldridge Odom, Lieutenant General, USMA, Assistant Chief of Staff For Intelligence, Director of the National Security Agency
James Jerome O'Donnell, Colonel - World War II, Vietnam War
Michael Davis O'Donnell, Captain - Killed In Vietnam - Returned Home In 2001
Michael Ralph R. Odum, Captain, Killed In Action, Vietnam War, PH
Robert Sanford Offley, Colonel, SAW, WWI - Governor of Mindoro, Philippines For 7 Years
Harry Dumont Offutt, Brigadier General, Medical Officer - INFO NEEDED
Charles Cornell Ogden, Second Lieutenant, USMA - 13th Infantry - Drowned - INFORMATION NEEDED
 James Grant O'Hara, Sergeant (WWII) & Member of Congress
Robert Charles O'Hara, Sergeant - Lost Over Vietnam In 1969 - Returned Home In 2002
Joseph James O'Hare, Brigadier General, USMA, DSM, LM, BSM
John Callan O'Laughlin, Colonel - WWI, Publisher of the Army & Navy Journal - Presidential Confident
Arthur W. Olanson, Sergeant, World War I, Distinguished Service Cross (DSC)
Peter George Olenchuk, Major General - WWII, Vietnam - Chemical Warfare Branch
Randall R. Oler, Sergeant, Army Rangers, Army Special Forces - Persian Gulf - CIB
Olie O. Olive, Private, Killed In Action In France, World War I, PH
John Theodore Oliver, Sr., Command Sergeant Major, Korea, Vietnam, 180 Medals - DSSM, SS, BSM, PH, AM, DFC
Llewellyn William Oliver, Colonel, USMA - Philippines, WWI, WWII - Navy Cross, DSM
Thomas S. Oliver, Jr., Brigadier General, Gunnery Sergeant, USMC, Vietnam
Ashbell W. Olmstead, Corporal, 2nd U. S. Cavalry Band, Died In 1902 At Age 25
George H. Olmsted, General - World War II, West Point
Dorothy F. Olsen - Combat Nurse - Cared For Lou Gehrig
Arthur Arvid Olson, Lieutenant Colonel, WWII, Korea - D-Day At Normandy, Battle of the Bulge
Leonard August Olson, Lieutenant Colonel, Career Military Officer
Charles S. O'Malley, Jr. - Major General, USMA, WWII, Korean War
Andrew Pick O'Meara, General, USMA, WWII, Koean War, Commander of US Southern Command
Paul Ondrey, Sergeant, WWII, Killed In Action In Korea - SS, BSM, PH
Edward J. O'Neill - Combat Officer In WWII  - Helped Pick WWII Unknown
Dennis Michael O'Neill, Private First Class, Killed In Vietnam - His Father Was A USAF Lieutenant General
Michael C. O'Neill, Sergeant, US Army Ranger, Killed In Afganistan - Operation Enduring Freedom - PH
Thomas O'Neill - First Sergeant, 7th US Cavalry - Little Big Horn
William Owen "Bucky" O'Neill, Captain - Killed In Spanish War (A "Rough Rider" Hero)
The Ord Family (Also See The Preston Family)
Albert Ordway - Brigadier General, Civil War, Commander of the D. C. National Guard
Godwin Ordway, Colonel, Son of Albert J. Ordway - INFORMATION NEEDED
Godwin Ordway, Jr., Colonel, WWII, Normandy Invasion - INFORMATION NEEDED
Roderic E. Ordway, Colonel, USMA, Vietnam, SS, LM, BSM - From A Long Line Of Army Officers
Rodman Nicholas Ordway, Cadet, United States Military Academy - Son of Godwin Ordway - INFORMATION NEEDED
Robert Maitland O'Reilly, Major General, Civil War, Indian Wars, Surgeon General of the Army
William Harvey O'Rourke (Jan Deana O'Rourke), Captain - Wife Has First Pentacle Headstone
Warren Robert Orr, Jr., Captain, Special Forces - Killed In Vietnam In 1968, Returned Home In 2007 - PH
Maria Ines Ortiz, Captain, Army Nurse - Killed In Nurse - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Edwin Sylvanus Osborne, Major General - (Civil War), Member of Congress, Brother Of Thomas O. Osborne
Thomas Odgen Osborne, Major General, Civil War, US Ambassador, Brother Of Edwin Osborne
William Hedley Osborne, First Lieutenant - Spanish-American War - Son of Edwin Sylvanus Osborne
James Canty O'Shaughnessy, Lieutenant Colonel, USMA - Nuclear Specialist - Educator
John C. Osmolski, Sergeant, Afghanistan - Killed In Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedonm, BSM - PH
Paul Francis Oswald, Colonel, USMA, Highly Decorated WWII & Korean War Combat Commander
Ellwell Stephen Otis - Major General, Spanish War, Philippine Insurrection
William Edwards Otis, Jr. - Second Lieutenant - USMA, Killed In Action In Korea
John S. O'Toole, Captain, Army Phisican, World War II - Distinguished Service Cross (DSC), PH
David E. Ott, Lieutenant General, USMA, Decorated Artillery & Infantry Commander, WWII, Korea, Vietnam
Thomas R. Ottenstein, Colonel, Built and Operated The Infamous Gettysburg Tower
Curtis William Otwell, Colonel, USMA - Spanish-American War, Philippines, World War I - SS
Englebert Glover Ovenshine, Colonel, Son of BG Samuel Ovenshine - INFO NEEDED
Richard Powell Ovenshine, Brigadier General, USMA, Korean War, Grandson of Samuel Ovenshine - INFO NEEDED
Samuel Ovenshine, Brigadier General, Civil War, Indian Wars Spanish-American War, Philippines Insurrection
William Wallace Overton, Colonel, Spanish-American War - Brother of W. S. Overton - INFORMATION NEEDED
Winfield Scott Overton, Major, USMA - Artillery - Son-in-Law of Anson Mills - INFORMATION NEEDED
Deveran Lee Owen, Private First Class, Iraq - Died From Accidental Gunshot Wound In Georgia
Dewey L. Owens, Corporal, World War I - Purple Heart , Distinguished Service Cross
Joseph E. Owens, Lt Col, WWII, D-Day Landings, Highly Decorated, State Official
Francis Hudson Oxx, Brigadier General, USMA - Engineering Officer, World War II - LM, BSM

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Marion M. Quackenbush, Military Spouse - Wife of Colonel Robert O. Quackenbush, USA
George Quamo, Major, Special Forces, Killed-in-Action In Vietnam
Francis A. Quander, Lieutenant Colonel, Airborne-Assault Officer, Vietnam. Persian Gulf
Donald Aubrey Quarles, Captain - WWII - Secy of the Air Force, Deputy Defense Secretary
James Carlton Queen, Major, WWII, Korea - Airborne, Ranger - SS, BSM, PH - Educator
John A. Quinlan, Chief Warrant Officer, Killed In Afghanistan - Operation Enduring Freedom - PH
Bernard W. Quinn, Sergeant, World War I - 91st Division, A.E.F.
 George Thomas Quinn, Decorated Soldier of Korean War, FBI Agent
William N. Quinn, Colonel, World War II, Korean War - SS, PH, BSM
William Wilson "Buffalo Bill"  Quinn, Lieutenant General - Decorated Vet Of WWII & Korea - CIA Official
A. Mike Quint, Sr., Lieutenant Colonel, Battlefield Commission In Korea, Vietnam Veteran
Charles M. Quiston - Captain, Killed in The Philippine Insurrection

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Joseph Raboch, Private, United States Army
Arthur C. Rader, Sergeant - Killed In Air Crash In Laos
Robert James Rader, Lieutenant Colonel, USMA, WWII, Korea Educator - BSM
Walter Edward Rafert, Colonel, Ordnance Specialist - 27 Years Of Service To America
Christopher C. Rafferty, First Sergeant, Killed In Afghanistan -Operation Enduring Freedom - PH
William Augustus Rafferty - Colonel, USMA, Indian War, Spanish War, Killed In Philippines Insurrection
William Carroll Rafferty, Brigadier General, USMA - Artillery Officer, WWI - INFORMATION NEEDED
William David Howsa Ragin - Captain, Killed In Vietnam - An American Hero
Barun Rai, Sergeant, Killed In Afghanistan, Vehicle Roll Over
Edward Coblentz Raleigh, Colonel, WWII - Public Relations Specialist
Thomas H. Raines, Jr. - Lieutenant Colonel - 2 Tours In Vietnam
Robert Ross Ralston, Lieutenant Colonel, USMA - Engineering Officer - Philippines, World War I
Charles Robert Rambo, Lieutenant Colonel, 503 Parachute Infantry, World War II, Pacific Theater - BSM, PH
John W. Rambo, Sr. - Highly Decorated Korean War Vet - Prisoner of War
Frank M. Ramos - Army Air Corps - Killed In Tibet In WWII - Found 1997
Deborah A. Ramsaur, Military Spouse & Army Employee, Killed In Terror Attack On The Pentagon: 9-11-01
Joseph Gales Ramsay, Lieutenant Colonel, Civil War, Spanish-American War, Cannon Ball For A Stone
John Ramsey, Major General - Civil War - Name Spelled Incorrectly On His Stone
Thomas Edward Ramsey, Captain, USMA, Korean War - Left This Earth Too Soon
Harry Gordon Randall, Colonel, World War II - Association of American Railroads
Donald J. Rander, Chief Warrant Officer 3, Vietnam War, Prisoner of War
Clement Griscom Randle, Jr., First Lieutenant, Fourth Armored Division - INFO NEEDED
Sherfey Tipton Randolph, First Lieutenant, WWII Glider Pilot - Normandy, Netherlands, Germany - AM (4)
The Wallace Fitz Randolph Family - The General Was A Suicide Victim In 1910 At The Age Of 69
Cleston C. Raney, Private First Class, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Thompson Lamar Raney, Colonel, World War II, Korea, Vietnam - SS, BSM
Robin M. Rankow, Colonel, WWII Service As A Surgeon - World Renowned Physician
William Rau, Colonel - World War II, Armor Officer - INFORMATION NEEDED
Wynn Murray Rau, Army Spouse & Broadway Actress, Wife of Colonel William Rau
Green Berry Raum, Brigadier General (Civil War) & Member of Congress
John Aaron Rawlins - General, Confidant To Grant, Secretary of War
James Michael Ray, Sergeant, Died In Captivity In Vietnam - Body Not Recovered - Memorial Stone - POW Medal, PH
George Bronson Rea, Captain, WWI Intelligence Officer, Adviser to Government of Manchukuo
Alvan C. Read, Colonel, USMA - Spanish-American War, Philippines - SS
Beverly Allen Read, Colonel, Spanish-American War, WWI - INFO NEEDED
David A. Read, Private First Class, Killed In the Battle of the Bulge, WWII
William Joshua Rechenmacher, Specialist, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
John S. Redden, Sergeant - World War II, Korean War, Vietnam War
Victor Leon Reddle, Captain, Air Corps - World War II Aviator
Robert Albert Redmond, Lieutenant Colonel, USMA - Special Forces, Vietnam - Died Of Agent-Orange Related Illness - LM, BSM
Carroll Reed, Major, World War II, Korea, Vietnam - Thai Government
David Aiken Reed, Major (World War I), & United States Senator
Walter Reed - Major, Army Surgeon - Fought Yellow Fever
Robert I. Rees, Brigadier General, SAW, Philippines, WWI - Vice President of AT&T
Thomas H. Rees, Brigadier General, USMA - Spanish-American War, Philippines, WWI, Corps of Engineers
William Reeves, Private, 76th New York Infantry - Civil War - The First Draftee To Be Buried In Arlington
Edward Regan, Sergeant - WWII, Omaha Beach, Normandy, Cover of Life Magazine
James Regan - Colonel, Civil War, Spanish-American War, Philippines
James Regan, Jr., Colonel, Quartermaster Corps - INFORMATION NEEDED
James J. Regan, Sergeant, Afghanistan - Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH, BSM
Philip W. Regar, Colonel - Engineer, Helped To Rebuild Postwar Japan
Ned B. Rehkopf, Colonel, USMA - Artillery Officer - World War I, World War II
William H. Rehnquist, Sergeant. United States Army Air Corps - Chief Justice of the United States
Marlin Sherwood Reichley, Colonel, WWII, Army Educator
Jon Eric Reid, Chief Warrant Officer - Killed In Vietnam In 1971 & Buried In 2000
Ned Roscoe Reid, Sergeant, WWII, Korea - Battle of the Bulge - 101st Airborne - PH
Samuel L. Reid, Major General, The Citadel - World War II, Long Army Career
Henry J. Reilly - Captain, Killed In The Boxer Rebellion (China)
Gavin B. Reinke, Sergeant, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Louis Arthur Reinken, Jr., Colonel, USMA, Artillery, Korea, Vietnam, Silver Star, LM
Charles G. Renfro, Colonel - WWII Veteran, Normandy Landings
Earl Wiley Renfroe, Colonel, Dental Corps, Pioneer In Race Relations
Robert K. L. Repkie, Private First Class, Died Of Non-Combat Incident In Afghanistan - Operation Enduring Freedom
Robert Bruce Reppa Sr., Lieutenant Colonel, WWII, Battle of the Bulge - Prisoner of War - College Administrator
Jerome J. Repshur - Lieutenant Colonel, World War II, Korea, Vietnam
Eugene Reybold, Lieutenant, General, World War II, Chief of Army Engineers - DSM
Charles Ambrose Reynolds, Colonel, Mexican War, Civil War, Assistant QM General - INFORMATION NEEDED
Charles Ransom Reynolds, Major General - Surgeon General, United States Army
Enny D. Reynolds, Major, World War II, Also A Military Spouse
Guy David Reynolds, Major, World War II, Korean War - DSM, SS, BSM, PH
Joseph Jones Reynolds, Major General, Civil War, Indian Wars
Robert M. Reynolds, Captain, Civil War - Son of Joseph Jones Reynolds - INFORMATION NEEDED
Royal Reynolds, Brigadier General - Physican, Army Surgeon
Royal Reynolds, Jr., Brigadier General, USMA - World War II, Korean War - SS, BSM, LM
Russell Burton Reynolds, Major General, Infantry Officer - World War II - DSM
Stanley B. Reynolds, Staff Sergeant, Killed In Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom - BSM
Steven C. Reynolds, Sergeant, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
George Eugene Carmen Renzi, Major General - Vietnam War - DSM, BSM - Son A Congressman
Samuel George Rhea, Captain, Special Forces - Killed In Private Air Crash
Charles Dudley Rhodes, Major General, USMA, Spanish-American War, Philippines - Distinguished Service Cross (DSC)
Curtis Allen Rhodes, Captain, Killed In Vietnam War - PH
David H. Rhodes, Superintendent, U. S. Burial & Disinternment Corps, SAW, WWI
Fred Burnett Rhodes, Jr., Major, WWII, Manhattan Project, Vetrans Administration
Americus Vespicius Rice, Brigadier General & Member of Congress
John R. Rice - Sergeant, Killed In Korea, Denied Burial In Iowa Hometown
Merlon F. Richards - Decorated WWII Vet & Business Executive
William Vigors Richards, Lieuenant Colonel, Civil War, Indian Wars, Spanish-American War
David B. Richardson, Sergeant, WWII, Burma - LM & BSM - Newspaper Reporter-Correspondent
Hugh Anthony Richeson, Brigadier General - World War II, Korea, Vietnam - DSM, LM, BSM
Abraham Richard Richstein, Colonel, WWII, Army Intelligence - Arms Negotiator
Henry J. Richter, Colonel - One of the Youngest Lieuenant Colonels In WWII
Ernest W. Rickenbacker II, Chief Warrant Officer, Vietnam War Hero, Army Aviator - SS, DFC, PH
George Worcester Ricker, Colonel - DSM - INFORMATION NEEDED
Basil Norris Ricketts, Sergeant - Rough Riders, Son of General Ricketts - INFO NEEDED
James Brewerton Ricketts, Major General - USMA - Mexican War, Civil War, Wounded & POW
Edgar Ridenour, Lieuetnant Colonel, USMA - Spanish-American War, Phillippines - Died At Age 44
Kenneth Levi Ridgley, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Matthew Bunker Ridgway - WWII, Korea, Army Chief of Staff
Gene Ridner, First Sergeant - Veteran of World War II, Korean War, Vietnam War
Henry A. Riecke, Captain, WWI, Distinguished Service Cross, PH - INFORMATION NEEDED
Jeffry Randall Riek - First Lieutenant, Killed In Vietnam
Charles Holland Riggin, Captain, Killed In Action, World War I - PH - His Wige Outlived Him By 34 Years And Never Remarried
Thomas J. Riggs, Colonel - USNA, WWII, Battle of Bulge, POW, Escaped - SS & PH
James Clifford Rike, Colonel, Aviator, WWII, Korea, Vietnam, Highly Decorated
Alfred Riley, Private, Killed In Action, Korean War - PH
Kenneth V. Riley, Jr. - First Lieutenant, Killed In Action In Korea
Stanley M. Rinehart - Major, Army Doctor - Husband Of A Famous Author
Hernando Rios, Private First Class, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Henri E. Rioux, Captain, Quartermaster Corps, Died In France In 1919 - INFORMATON NEEDED
Russell B. Rippetoe, Captain - Army Ranger, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom
Robert Bolenius Ritchie, First Lieutenant, USMA - Killed In Korea - CIB, BSM, PH
Basil Norris Rittenhouse, Sr, Lieutenant Colonel - Father of a Navy Admiral - INFOMRATION NEEDED
Benjamin Franklin Rittenhouse, Captain, Civil War, Battle of Gettysburg, Indian Wars
Nelson Fred Ritter, Colonel, USMA, Korea, Vietnam, BSM
Matthew A. Ritz, Master Sergeant, The Old Guard - Killed In Airborne Training Accident
Jose Albert Rivera, Lieutenant Colonel, Physician, Army Medical Corps, WWII & Korean War
William Cannon Rivers, Major General, USMA - Cavalry - WWI, Commanded Ft. Myer - INFO NEEDED
William Robert Rivkin, Lieutenant Colonel, WWII, Bronze Star, Foreign Service Officer
George Foreman Rixey, Brigadier General, Chaplain, WWI - INFORMATION NEEDED
Harold Kilburn Roach, Colonel, USMA, WWII, Normandy, Hurtgen Forrest, LM, BSM, PH
Timothy J. Roark, Sergeant, Died Of Non-Combat Injuries - Operation Iraqi Freedom
Alfred Hunter Roberts, Lieutenant Colonel, Decorated Vietnam War Veteran
Arthur Meredyth Roberts, First Lieutenant, Air Service - Killed In Air Crash In France In 1918
Eleanor M. Roberts, Major - One Of The First Women Volunteers In World War II
Henry Martyn Robert - Brig General, Wrote "Roberts' Rules Of Order"
Cyrus Swan Roberts, Brigadier General, Civil War, Spanish War, Philippines - INFO NEEDED
John G. Roberts, Captain, World War II, Intelligence Officer - Central Intelligence Agency Officer
Kenneth L. Roberts, Captain, WWI, Military Intelligence - Pulitzer-Prize-Winning Author
Milton R. Roberts, Major, Army Aviator - Vietnam War - Killed In Stateside Helicopter Crash - PH
Theron Eads Roberts, Colonel - WWII, Korean War, Public Official - INFORMATION NEEDED
Thomas Jason Roberts, Major - Prisoner of War In WWII - Member of the Old Guard, 3rd US Infantry
Augustine Warner Robins, Brigadier General, Army Air Corps, USMA, Aviation Pioneer
Charles D. Robinson, Captain, Special Forces - Killed In Operation Enduring Fredom - BSM, PH
George Foster Robinson, Major, Congressional Gold Medal, Saved Secretary Seward's Life
James Parsons Robinson, Colonel, USMA - Philippines, World War I
Roscoe Robinson, Jr. - USMA, Korea, Vietnam - First Black 4-Star Army General
Wilhelmina Robinson, Army Wife and Mother
Thomas Wayne Robison, Major General, A Soldier's Soldier
John G. Roby, Private, Killed In Action In France, World War I, PH
Edward A. Roche, Colonel, USMA - NEED INFO
William Beatty Rochester, Brigadier General, Civil War, Paymaster General - INFO NEEDED
William Beatty Rochester, Jr., Lieutenant Colonel, Paymaster, Son of the General - INFO NEEDED
James Mitchell Rockwell, Lieutenant General, USMA - Korea, Vietnam - SS, LM, DSM, DFC, AM, BSM
Lewis C. Rockwell, Second Lieutenant, USMA - Very Early Army Aviator - Killed In 1912 Airplane Crash In Maryland
John D. Rode, Sergeant, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
John Frederick Rodgers, Captain, Quartermaster Department - Civil War, Indian Wars - INFO NEEDED
Joshua R. Rodgers, Chief Warrant Officer, Killed In Adghanistan, Operatio Enduring Freedom - PH, BSM
William John Rodgers, First Lieutenant, Killed In Korean War
Fernando E. Rodriguez, Major, Army Dental Corps, World War I - Died At Age 44
Gregory A. Rodriguez, Sergeant First Class, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - BSM, PH
Pedro Rodriguez, Sergeant - Decorated Veteran of WWII & Korea
Fayette Washington Roe, Lieutenant Colonel - Indian Wars, Spanish War - INFORMATION NEEDED
Frederick Charles Roecker - Highly Decorated General (WWII & Korea)
Alan G. Rogers, Major, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - BSM, PH
Arthur Rogers III, Captain, Seriously Wounded In Vietnam, Escorted RFK's Body To Washington, The Old Guard - BSM, PH
Bernard William Rogers, General, USMA, WWII, Korea, Vietnam, NATO Commander, Army CoS, DSC, SS, DDSM, DFC, LM
Charles E. Rogers, Rank Unknown - Died At Santiago, Cuba in 1899 - INFO NEEDED
Gordon Byrom Rogers, Lieutenant General, USMA, WWII, Korea, - DSC, SS, BSM, LM, PH
 Harry Lovejoy Rogers, Major General, Spanish-American War, WWI, QM General
Julian Harold Rogers, Private First Class, Killed In 1944 In World War II, Returned Home In 2009 - PH, BSM
Robert Morris Rogers, Captain - Civil War - USMA, 2nd U.S. Cavalry - INFORMATION NEEDED
William Pennock Rogers, Brigadier General - Civil War, Indian Wars
William Thomas Rogers - Colonel, WWII & Korea Vet - Army Court of Appeals
Charles P. Rogy, Flight Officer, World War II, Prisoner of War
Laverne E. Rohrbaugh, Captain, Army Air Corps, POW In WWII, Minister
Onslow S. Rolfe, Brigadier General, USMA - WWI, WWII, Korea - Distinguished Service Cross (DSC)
Justin A. Rollins, Specialist, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Daniel A. Romero, Sergeant, Killed Disarming Enemy Rockts In Afghanistan
Lowell Ward Rooks, Major General, WWII Combat Commander, Battle of the Bulge - Eisenhower's Staff
Curtis Gantt Rorebeck, Lieutenant Colonel, Philippines, WWI - Son of A.C. Rorebeck
Azur C. Rorebuck, Private, Civil War - Secreary to General P. H. Sheridan - Worked On Sheridan's Memoirs
Alvin Rose, Chief Warrant Officer, Vietnam War - Ordnance Disposal Specialist - PH
Ray M. Rose, Private First Class, Killed In Action In World War II (Saipan)
Thomas Elwood Rose - Brigadier General, Civil War, POW & Escaped
Melvin H. Rosen, Colonel, USMA - WWII, Bataan Death March Survivor - SS, LM, BSM, PH
Max Rosenberg, Captain, US Army Air Corps (WWII) & Federal Judge
William Starke Rosecrans, Major General - Civil War, Member of Congress
Charles Addison Ross, Major, USMA - WWI, Died Following A 1935 Altercation In A San Francisco Nightclub
Clarence B. Ross, Colonel, Spanish-American War, World War I. Died In Philppines In 1934
John Roy Ross, Jr., Lieutenant Colonel, USMA, WWII, Korea, BSM, PH, CIB
Justin D. Ross, Corporal, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - PH, BSM
Orlando Hopkins Ross, Captain, Civil War, Aide de Camp to Ulysses S. Grant - Also Cousin To General Grant
William Robert Ross, Jr., First Lieutenant, Military Intelligence Officer, Killed In Vietnam - SS, PH
William Bradford Rosson, General, World War II, Korea, Vietnam - DSC, DSM, LM, BSM, PH
Marie Therese Rossi, Major - A Pilot And Killed In Operation Desert Storm
Richard Lowell Roudebush, Sergeant (WWII), Member of Congress, Admin of VA
Larry Ismael Rougle, Sergeant, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - 6th Combat Tour - BSM, PH
Christopher Roulund, Staff Sergeant, Army Ranger, Irag, Afghanistan - Killed In Training Accident In Arizona
George Lovell Rousseau, First Lieutenant, Son Of Lovell - Dismissed From Army - Turned To Opiates - A Suicide Victim
 Lovell Harrison Rousseau, Major General (Mexican War - Civil War), Member of Congress
Thomas H. Rousseau, Jr., Lieutenant Colonel, Died In Service - INFO NEEDED
Edward Albert Routheau, Colonel, USMA In 1920, World War II, Died At 98
Andrew Summers Rowan, Lieutenant Colonel, USMA - Take A Message To Garcia - Distinguished Service Cross (DSC)
James Nicholas Rowe, Colonel - Special Forces - Vietnam POW - Assassinated In Philippines
Charles Walter Rowell, Captain, USMA - Killed At Santiago, Cuba, Spanish-American War
Charles Walter Rowell, Jr., Second Lieutenant - Died In 1921 - INFO NEEDED
Charles Walter Rowell III, Sergeant, World War II, INFO NEEDED
George Sibley Royal, Colonel, WWII, Korea, Vietnam - LM, BSM
William Bedford Royall, Brigadier General, Mexican War, Civil War, Indian Wars
Bogart G. Rozycki, Lieutenant Colonel, Government Official
Richard Lincoln Ruble, Colonel - USMA, Military Intelligence, Vietnam War, Pentagon
Donald T. Ruby, Colonel - WWII Landing At Anzio - Prisoner of War
Daniel Henry Rucker, Brigadier General, Civil War - Sheridan's Father-In-Law
Francis Dring Rucker, First Lieutenant, Son Of D. H. Rucker, United States Cavalry Officer
John Anthony Rucker, First Lieutenant, Son Of D. H. Rucker, USMA, Drowned In Arizona
William Alexander Rucker, Colonel, Paymaster, Civil War, Brother of Daniel H. Rucker
Raymond F. Rudell, Colonel - Decorated Veteran of World War II & Korea
Clark Louis Ruffner, General, WWII, Korean War - DSC, DSM, LM, SS, BSM, PH
Sandy Robert Rufo, Lieutenant Colonel - Quartermaster Office - World War II
The Ruggles Family, An Army Tradition
Lawrence G. Rule, Corporal, Killed-In-Action, Korean War - CIB, PH
James Howard Rumbaugh, Major General - Doctor - Killed In Parachute Jump
David Jacob Rumbough, Colonel, USMA - Artillery Officer - Father of David Sheridan Rumbough
Stanley Maddox Rumbough, Lieutenant Colonel, USMA - World War I - LM
David Sheridan Rumbough, Colonel, USMA - World War I, World War II - Son of David Jacob Rumbough
Adolphus Sylvester Rumreich, Medical Director - World War I - INFORMATION NEEDED
Benjamin Piatt Runkle, Major General - Civil War, Indian Wars, Newspaper Editor
Luke S. Runyan, Corporal, Killed In Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom - BSM, PH
Marvin T. Runyon, Second Lieutenant, World War II - Postmaster General of the United States
Lindsay Craig Rupple, Lieutenant Colonel, USMA, Infantry Officer, Left Us Too Soon
David Earl Russell, Lieutenant Colonel, Army Aviator & Ranger, Vietnam - DFC, AM With V Device (22), BSM (4)
Edgar Russel, Major General, USMA - WWI, Artillery Officer - INFORMATION NEEDED
George Briggs Russell, Lieutenant Colonel, Civil War, Infantry Officer - INFORMATON NEEDED
Robert E. Russell, Sergeant Major - Killed In Terrorist Attack On The Pentagon, 11 September 2001
William Russell - Brigadier General, American Revolution
Allan Rutherford, Brigadier General - Civil War, Indian Wars - INFORMATION NEEDED
Allan Rutherford, Jr., Colonel, USMA - INFORMATION NEEDED|
Samuel McPherson Rutherford, Colonel, USMA - Cavalry Officer, Indian Wars - INFO NEEDED
Angus Van Rutledge, Colonel - Horse Artillery - World War II & Korean War
Lawrence Brendan Ryan, Captain, Killed In Action In Vietnam, PH
Sean Michael Ryan, Military Son, Drowned While At College - Son of CWO John M. Ryan
William Francis Ryan, Brigadier General, USMA - World War II - BSM
William Thomas Ryan, Captain - USMA, Korean War, Wounded In Action
William T. Ryder, Brigadier General - Airbrone Warfare Pioneer
William Harry Ryerson, Captain - Purple Heart Medal & Bronze Star Medal
Temple S. Ryland, Lieuenant Colonel -- WWII, Philippines, Prisoner of the Japanese


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Walter James Sabalauski, Command Sergeant Major - Highly Decorated (WWII, Korea, Vietnam)
Albert Bruce Sabin, Lieutenant Colonel - Medical Pioneer
Frank Aguan Sablan, Specialist 4, Killed In Vietnam In 1971, Returned Home In 2003
Martha Schuchart Sachs, Lieutenant Colonel, Military Intelligence Officer, Army Security Agency
David Lee Sackett, First Lieutenant, USMA - Killed-In-Action, Vietnam War - SS, BSM W/Valor Device, PH, AM
Charles George Sadler, Major - POW Of The Japanese In WWII (1943-45)
Carlos N. Saenz, First Sergeant, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Marion Boling Saffold, Captain, USMA - Killed In Action, Philippine Insurrection
Rex Russell Sage, Colonel - Killed In Action In VIetnam, Helicopter Crash
William Newton Sage, Major - Civil War, Indian Wars - INFORMATION NEEDED
Joseph R. Sain, Lieutenant Colonel - Highly Decorated Veteran Of WWII & Vietnam
Gus Sakellaris, Major, WWII, Korea, Vietnam, BSM, AM, PH - INFO NEEDED
Marjorie Champion Salamone, Army Spouse & Government Employee - Killed In Terrorist Attack On The Pentagon
Sylvan E. "Salty" Salter - Major General, Director of Army Air Defense
Charles McKinley Saltzman,Major General - USMA, Spanish-American War, Chief Signal Officer
Donald Earl Sampson, Brigadier General, USMA - Korea, Vietnam - DSM, LM, BSM
Sarah Sampson - Army Nurse, Civil War
Crawford F. Sams, Brigadier General, Medical Officer, WWII, Korea - DSC
Tenzin Lobsang Samten, Specialist, Killed In Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH, BSM
Robert Warren Samuel, Colonel, USMA - WWII, Vietnam - SS, BSM, LM
Princess C. Samuels, Sergeant, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Alvan C. Sandeford, Lieutenant Colonel, Fifth Corps Intelligence Officer - Killed In 1938 Auto Accident In Ohio
William Robert Sandridge, First Lieutenant, Cavalry Officer - INFORMATION NEEDED
Alfred Lawrence Pearson Sands, Colonel, Son of Colonel George H. Sands - INFORMATION NEEDED
George Henry Sands, Colonel, Cavalry Officer - USMA, Philippines
David Amon Sanford, Sergeant, Korea War, Killed In The Vietnam War - PH
James Madison Johnson Sanno, Brigadier General, USMA, Civil War, Indian Wars - INFO NEEDED
Robert J. Santelli, Corporal, Korean War, Purple Heart Medal - New Jersey State Police
William Thomas Santo, Private - Rough Riders - Killed At San Juan Hill, Spanish-American War
Neil Anthony Santoriello, First Lieutenant, Killed In Action In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Carlos M. Santos-Silvia, Sergeant First Class, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - PH, BSM
Jessica Y. Sarandrea, Specialist, Killed In Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH. BSM
Pedro Sarmiento - Captain, Philippine Scout, Prisoner of War
Harry Arthur Saunders, Second Lieutenant, Killed In 1929 Plane Crash - INFORMATON NEEDED
Thomas M. Saunders, Captain, 3rd US Artillery - Died in January 1864 - INFORMATION NEEDED
Alfred Everett Savage, Lieutenant Colonel, WWII Ordnance Officer
Angelo Saverino - Sergerant, WWII Bronze Star - Member of USMC Band
 Charles G. Sawtelle, Brigadier General, Mexican & Civil Wars - QM General
Charles Greene Sawtelle Jr., Captain, USMA - Died In Service - Son of Charles Green Sawtelle
 Edmund M. Sawtelle, Captain, Son of Charles Greene Sawtelle, Brigadier General, United Staets Army
Kenneth Robert Sawyer, Captain, Killed In Vietnam - Son of Robert K. Sawyer
Robert K. Sawyer, Colonel - Decorated Veteran of WWII & Korea
Samuel Willard Saxton, Captain, Civil War - Brother of General Rufus Saxton
David Scales, Lieutenant Colonel - Killed In The Terrorist Attack On The Pentagon, 11 September 2001
Wallace Bryan Scales, Colonel, USMA, Philippines, Mexico, WWI, China
John David Scandling, Colonel, USMA, Korean War, Vietnam War, AM, CIB
Joseph E. Schaefer III, Chief Warrant Officer 2 - Vietnam - Killed In Crash Of Civilian Rescue Chopper
Harold Glendon Scheie, Brigadier General, Physician, WWII, World Famous Eye Surgeon
Clement G. Scerback, Captain, WWII Combat Aviator - US Information Agecy
Justin Taylor Schacht, Military Son, Found Dead In Home In Germany - Son of Lieutenand Colonel Erir Schacht, US Army
James Edward Schall, Jr., Lieutenant Colonel, USMA, Guided Missile Expert
Kenneth J. Schall, Sergeant - Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Alexander Dubois Schenck, Lieutenant Colonel, USMA - Civil War, Indian War - Died On Active Duty In 1905
William Turner Schenck - Captain, Killed In Philippines Insurrection
William H. Schildroth, Colonel - Killed In World War II -- PH, DSC
Dale Schilling, Sergeant, Army Air Forces - Killed In Action, World War II - PH
Conrad E. Schillo, Corporal, 6th U. S. Cavarly Band - Died In 1900
 James Schimberg, SP-5, Killed In Vietnam In 1966 - Buried in ANC In Feb 1999
Byron A. Schlag, Sergeant, Army Air Forces - WWII, Prisoner of War - BSM, PH
Lawrence Edward Schlanser, Major General, USMA - WWII, Korea - DSM, LM, BSM, PH
Frederick M. Schellhammer, Colonel, WWII - From Classroom To Battlefield - BSM, PH
Erwin Herbert Schiff, Colonel, Quartermaster Specialist - World War II, Vietnam - LM, BSM
Julian Lacombe Schley, Major General - USMA, WWI, WWII, Chief of Army Engineers
Thomas Franklin Schley, Major, Spanish-American War, Indian Wars - INFORMATION NEEDED
Arnold Schlossberg, Jr., Major General, Vietnam Commander, Nuclear Command - BSM, AM, DDSM
Justin B. Schmidt, Specialist, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Matthew E. Schneider, Specialist, Died of Heart Attack In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom
Charles Brewster Schofield, Captain, USMA - Indian Wars, Spanish War, Brother Was John M. Schofield
James Hamlin Schofield, Colonel, USMA - World War II, Signal Corps
August Schomburg, Lieutenant General - USMA - Pioneer Ordnance Officer
Klaus D. Scholz, Sergeant - Killed In Air Crash In Laos
Horace Schow II, Lieutenant Colonel, USMA - Engineer Officer - Vietnam War
Chris J. Scherkenbach, Chief Warrant Officer, Killed In Afghanistan Rescue Attempt - Operation Enduring Freedom - PH
Richard Colfax Schnorf, Lieutenant Colonel, World War II, Korea, Vietnam - BSM
Robert Lewis Schroeder, Colonel, USMA - Korea, Vietnam - LM, BSM, AM
Robert George Schoening, Corporal, Killed In Korea In 1950 - Returned Home In 2009 - PH
Joseph W. Schultz, Captain, Iraq, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - PH, BSM (3)
Sheldon Duane Schultz, Cheif Warrant Officer, Army Aviator - Killed In Vietnam War In 1968 Returned Home In 2007 - PH
Laclair D. Schulze, First Lieutenant, Early Army Aviator, WWI - INFORMATON NEEDED
Jordan C. Schumann, Specialist, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - PH, BSM

 Herman F. Schuster, Brigadier General - WWII Veteran Of D-Day At Normandy
John Francis Schut, Private - Killed In Action In World War II
Francis Kenneth Schwarz, First Lieutenant, WWII, DFC - 30-Year Career With The Weather Bureau
Jack Jay Schwartz, Lieutenant Colonel, World War II, Korea, Vietnam
Robert L. Schweitzer, Lieutenant General, Korea, Vietnam, National Security Council - DSC, DSM, SS (3), PH (7)
John Eugene Schweizer, Colonel, USMA, Corps of Engineers, Korea, Vietnam - LM, BSM, AM
Karl C. Schwinn, Major, Mexican Border, WWI - Military Educator
Frank Clark Scofield, Colonel, USMA - WWII - Son of John C. Scofield, War Department - INFO NEEDED
A. V. Scott, Corporal, Died In 1951 As A POW In Korea, Returned Home In 2011 - PH
The Scott Family, An Army Tradition
Blanche L. Scott, Major, Womens Army Corps - World War II, Korean War
Ernest Darius Scott, Sr - Brigadier General, USMA - Spanish-American War, World War I, SS, DSM - Son Killed In 1946
Janice Marie Scott, Army Spouse & Government Employee, Killed In Terrorist Attack On The Pengaton, 11 September 2001
Peter Scott, Second Lieutenant - Killed In WWII - Son of William M. Scott - INFORMATION NEEDED
William McK Scott, Major, INFORMATION NEEDED
Thomas Henderson Scott, Jr., Major General, USMA - Quartermaster Specialist - LM
Winfield S. Scott - Major General, Namesake Of Early Army General
Michel J. Scotti, Jr., Major General, Chief Surgeon, US Army In Europe, Vietnam, Gulf War - DSM, LM, BSM
Edwin E. Scranton, First Lieutenant, AAF - Missing In March 1945 - Memorial Headstone - DFC, AM, PH
 Edward B. Scullion, Captain, WWII - Killed In Korea in 1950, Returned Home In 2007 - SS, BSM, PH, CIB
Edwin L. Seale, Jr., Lieutenant Colonel - WWII Combat Officer
Jay W. Seale, Sergeant - Ranger - DEA Special Agent, Killed In Air Crash In Peru
Carl Herndon Seals, Brigadier General, WWII, CoS To MacArthur - Prisoner of War of the Japanese For 3 Years
Patrick Dennis Seals, Aviation Cadet, United States Army Air Corps, Killed In World War II - PH - INFO NEEDED
Benjamin L. Sebban, Sergeant First Class, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH, SS, BSM
Hortense Norton Seedlock, Army Wife & Educatior
Robert F. Seedlock, Major General, USMA - Engineer, Constructed The Burman Road In WWII -DSM, LM
Tyler R. Seideman, Specialist, Killed In Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom
Edward A. Selfridge, Jr., Captain, Spanish-American War, San Juan Hill - Brother of Thomas E. Selfridge
Thomas Etholean Selfridge, First Lieutenant - First Casualty Of Military Aviation
David Miles Sells, Lieutenant Colonel, Civil War, Indian Wars, SAW - INFORMATION NEEDED
Michael L. Selves, Lieutenant Colonel - Killed In Terrorist Attack On The Pengaton : 11 September 2001
David P. Senft, Staff Sergeant, Died In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom
Howard Sengbusch, First Lieutenant, Physician - Captain, US Public Health Service
Harry Hodges Semmes, Brigadier General, WWI, WWII, DSC, Friend of George Patton, Attorney
Harold Manning Serven, Jr., Lieutenant Colonel - Korean War, Vietnam War, BSM, LM, CIB
Henry F. Sessions, First Lieutenant, Air Corps - Early Army Aviator - Killed In Crash - INFORMATION NEEDED
Reamer Sewall, Jr., First Lieutenant, Air Corps - WWII Aviator & Prisoner of War
Daniel R. Sexton, Sergeant First Class, Killed In Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom - Accidental Shooting
Cheyene Marietta Seymour, Private, Killed In Auto Accident - Left Us Too Soon
William Shadrack Shallenberger, Captain - Civil War - Member of Congress
George M. Shafer, Assistant Surgeon, Civil War, 6th U. S. Heavy Artillery
Philip Raymond Shafer, Specialist 6, Killed In Vietnam In 1968 - Returned Home In 2004 - PH
George Bernard Shaffer, Colonel, USMA, Corps Of Engineers, Korean War
Kenneth Shaker, Captain - Decorated Officer & Soldier Of Fortune
Charles Shaler, Brigadier General, USMA, CIvil War Indian Wars
John Malchase David Shalikashvili, General, Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff, NATO, Vietnam, DSM, LM, BSM W.Valor, Pres Medal of Freedom
Harrison Shaler, Brigadier General, USMA, WWI, WWII - Son of Charles Shaler
Daniel M. Shamanski, Colonel - Highly Decorated Commander Of Fort Myer
James George Shanahan, Brigadier General, WWII, Korea, Vietnam - Highly Decorated
Donald Lewis Shannon, Corporal, Air Corps - Killed In 1945 Aircraft Accident In The Ascension Islands
James Andrew Shannon, Lieutenant Colonel, USMA, Killed In Action In WWI - Distinguished Service Cross (DSC)
Frederick Dent Sharp, Colonel, WWI, WWII, Korea - INFORMATION NEEDED
Frederick Dent Sharp III, Captain, Air Corps, WWII, Career Foreign Service Officer
William R. Sharp, Jr., Major General, WWII, D-Day Invasion, Omaha Beach Landings - Commander, New Jersey National Guard
Granville Attaway Sharpe, Colonel - Highly Decorated Veteran of Omaha Beach and Battle of the Bulge
Henry G. Sharpe, Major General, Father of the Modern Quartermaster Corps
David H. Sharrett II, Private First Class, Killed In Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Amos Blanchard Shattuck, Major, USMA - Phillipines - Son-In-Law Of Milton Cogswell
Alan W. Shaw, Staff Sergeant, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Donald P. Shaw, Colonel, USMA, Vietnam War Veteran
Donald E. Shaw, Colonel - USMA, Vietnam Vet - Battlefield Technology
Franklin P. Shaw, Colonel - USMA, WWII, Noprmandy, Buchenwald Concentration Camp
James Joseph Shay, Jr., Sergeant, Army Air Forces - World War II - FBI Agent
William Shea, Second Lieuetnant, World War I - Admiralty Lawyer
Alfred Marston Shearer, Brigadier General, World War II, Signal Corps Commander - LM
William H. Shearman, First Lieutenant, United States Army Air Service Killed In WWI - INFORMATION NEEDED
Donald W. Sheehan, Lieutenant Colonel, Engineer, World War II, Department of the Army Civilian
John Goodrow Sheehan, First Lieutenant, Killed In Action In Korea - PH, CIB
William A. Sheehan, First Lieutenant, Killed In Action, World War I - PH - INFORMATION NEEDED
Henry Holden Sheen, Colonel, Spanish-American War, Philippines - Distinguished Service Cross (DSC)
Fred Clifton Sheffey, Jr., Major General - Decorated Combat Commander in Korea & Vietnam
Jimmy Lee Shelton, Corporal, 101st Airborne - Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
William M. Shepard - Colonel & Great-Nephew Of William McKinley
Kristopher Linwood Shepherd, Sergeant, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Jeffrey Chul Soon Sherer, Sergeant, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - PH, BSM
Andrew Sheridan, Major, Civil War - Cited For Bravery At Gettysburg
George Augustus Sheridan, Captain (Civil War) & Member of Congress
Richard B. Sheridan, First Lieutenant, Killed In Action, WWI - INFORMATION NEEDED
Richard B. Sheridan, First Lieutenant, Killed In Action, Korean War - PH - INFORMATION NEEDED
Stan R. Sheridan, Major General, USMA - Armor Officer - Vietnam War - DSM, LM, SS, DFC, BSM, PH, AM
The Sheridan Family - Fightin' Phil And His Family
 Herman Willard Sheriff, Colonel, INFORMATION NEEDED
Jacques L. Sherman, Jr., Lieutenant Colonel, Physician - WWWII, Normandy Invasion - PH
Rex Marcel Sherman, Corporal, Killed In Action, Vietnam War - SS, PH
Stephen R. Sherman, Sergeant, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Kenneth E. M. Shiflet, Colonel, WWII, Korea, Vietnam - Author
David Elmer Shillingburg, United States Army - Buried In ANC In 1944 - INFO NEEDED
Daniel Lawrence Shine, Second Lieutenant, Army Air Corps, WWII, Silver Star Medal
Lawrence F. Shine, Command Sergeant Major, World War II, Korean War, Vietnam War
Don Gilmore Shingler, Brigadier General, USMA - In Charge Of Supplies For Normandy Landing In World War II
Edward Marsh Shinkle, Brigadier General, USMA, Philippines, WWI, WWII, DSM, LM
Robert B. Shira, Major General, Dentist - Chief of the Army Dental Corps
John W. Shoemaker, First Lieutenant - Killed In Action In The Korean War
Russell K. Shoemaker, Sergeant, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
John Henry Shollenberger, Captain, USMA, Killed In Philippine Insurrection
Walter Campbell Short, Lieuenant General, WWI, WWII - In Command of Pearl Harbor On 7 December 1941
Roy B. Shrout, Jr., Colonel, Communications Specialist, Vietnam War, NATO, BSM, AM
Richard Lee Shuck,Sergeant, Killed In Action, Vietnam War - PH
Robert Wilson Shufeldt, Major, United States Army, Surgeon - INFORMATION NEEDED
Ronald Mike Shuler, Lieutenant Colonel - Vietnam War, Infantry, Airborne
Anna S. Shuman, Nurse, Civil War - INFORMATION NEEDED
Benjamin Smith Shute, Colonel - West Point, WWII, Son Killed In Korea
The Sibert Family, An Army Tradition
James B. Sibert, First Lieutenant, Air Corps - Killed On WWII Test Mission In Alaska
Alexander Boggess Sibley, Packer, Spanish-American War, Quartermaster Corps - Died Of Yellow Fever In Cuba
Frederick William Sibley - Brigadier General, Indian Fighter
Thomas Nelson Asbury Sibley, Brigadier General - USMA, WWII, Six Days War
Winant Sidle, Major General, World War II, Korean War, Vietnam War, Special Commission
Russell Alan Sieder, Second Lieutenant, Killed In Action, Korea - SS, PH, CIB
Edward Sigerfoos, Brigadier General, SAW, Philippines, Mexico, China, Killed In Action In WWI
Robert Harris Sigholtz, Colonel, WWII, Korea, Vietnam - Led Only Airborne Attack In Vietnam - SS, LM, DFC, AM, BSM
Lester Eugene Sigmon, Jr., Private First Class, Killed In Action In Italy, World War II
Leo Peter Sikorski, Lieutenant Colonel, Killed In Helicopter Crash In Vietnam - PH
Katherine L. Singer, First Lieutenant, World War II, Womens Auxillary Corps
Wilmeth Sidat-Singh, First Lieutenant, Air Corps, Tuskegee Airman, Killed In Training Flight
George S. Silverman, Second Lieutenant - Killed In May 1944 - Returned Home In 1974
David N. Simmons, Private First Class, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH, BSM
Oliver George Simmons, Private First Class, Army Air Service - First Air Service Mechanic - Trained With The Wright Brothers
Bethel Wood Simpson, Brigadier General, USMA - WWI, WWII - Ordnance Specialist - Army Brat
John Simpson, Brigadier General, Civil War - Assistant Quartermaster General of the Army
Wendell Lee Simpson, Lieutenant Colonel, USMA - Father of Bethel Wood Simpson
William Hood Simpson, General, USMA - Mexican Border, WWI, WWII
William Sinclair, Brigadier General, USMA, Civil War, Spanish-American War - INFO NEEDED
Rex A. Sines, Sergeant - WWII, Korea - A Man, A Soldier, A Father
Uday Singh, Specialist, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom, PH
Todd Aandrew Singleton, Sergeant, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - BSM, PH
Robert Frederick Sink, Lieutenant General, USMA - "Band of Brothers" Commander - SS, LM, AM, CIB
Homer Lee Sisk Jr., Corporal, Killed In Korea In 1950 - Returned Home In 2006 - CIB. PH
Joseph Ellis Skaggs, Jr., Colonel, WWII, Korea, Vietnam - SS, BSM, LM
Henry Gene Skeen, Major General, Quatermaster Hall Of Fame Member
Charles M. Skero, Private First Class, Died While A POW In Korea, Remains Not Recovered, Memorial Stone In Arlington, PH, CIB
Lawrence Franklin Skibbie, Lieutenant General, USMA - Army Material Command - Viernam - LM, BSM
William Edward Skivington, Jr., Sergeant, Killed In Vietnam In 1968 - Returned Home In 2007 - PH
Christian P. Skoglund, Captain, Army Aviator - Killed In Training Crash In Italy
William Ronner Slade, Lieutenant Colonel, Died In 1944 Fall From Horse At Fort Myer\
Francis Taylor Slate, Lieutenant Colonel - Decorated WWII Veteran - Town Crier
Charles J. Slavin, Corporal, 4th U.S. Artillery - Killed In Artillery Drill At Fort Myer In 1903
Michael Slebodnik, Chief Warrant Officer, Vetaran Of Iraq - Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom, Army Aviator - BSM, PH
Albert B. Sloan, Colonel, USNA - Spanish-American War, Philippines - Died Aboard A Train In 1930
Douglas E. Sloan, Major, Killed In Afghanistan - Operation Enduring Freedom - PH
Frank Anderson Sloan, Lieutenant Colonel, Infantry Officer - World War I - Died On Active Duty In 1932
Herbert Jermain Slocum, Colonel, USMA - Indian Wars, Spanish-American War
Axel Pete Slustrop, Captain - Killed In World War II, Found 50 Years Later
Samuel White Small, Captain (Chaplian), Spanish-American War, Reporter - INFORMATON NEEDED
Eugene Fenton Smallwood, Lieuenant Colonel, World Waqr II, Korea, Died In Vietnam In 1969 - LM, PH
John E. Smathers, Captain, Iraqi Freedom - Rescued Scout The War Dog - Left Us Too Soon - BSM, PH
William Renwick Smedberg, Jr., Brigadier General - USMA, His Son Was A USN Vice Admiral - SAW, WWI - Silver Star (2)
Albert Cowper Smith, Major General, World War II - INFORMATION NEEDED
Alfred T. Smith, Brigadier General, 45 Years Army Service - Spanish-American War - Silver Star
Allan Leslie Smith, Major, Army Aviator - Killed In Cambodia During Vietnam War - INFO NEEDED
Aubrey Dewitt Smith, Colonel, USMA, World War II, Korean War, SS, BSM - Murder Victim
Charles Campbell Smith, Captain, 13th U. S. Infantry - Civil War - INFORMATON NEEDED
Charles Maurice Smith - Second Lieutenant, Killed In Philippine Insurrection
Christina E. Loehrke Smith, Sergeant - Murder Victim At Fort Bragg, North Carolina - A Young Woman Of Great Promise Taken From Us Too Soon
Dale William Smith, Master Sergeant - Explosive Ordnanace Disposal, Army Intelligence, Vietnam War
Daugherty Mason Smith, Colonel, USMA, WWII, High-Level Staff Positions, Son Killed on 11 September 2002
David H. Smith, Colonel - Decorated Veteran of WWII & Korea
DeWitt C. Smith, Jr., Lieutenant General, World War II, Korean War, Vietnam War - SS, BSM, PH, DSM, LM
Dwight H. Smith. First Lieutenant, Civil War, 152nd New York Volunteer Infantry
Eliphaz Smith - Major, Civil War, His Son Won Medal of Honor In WWI
Emery T. Smith, Colonel, SAW, WWI (Served With Harry Truman) - A Suicide Victim In 1924
Frank Wilbur Smith, Lieutenant Colonel, World War I - Wounded In St. Mihiel Offensive
Gary F. Smith, Lieutenant Colonel - Killed In The Terrorist Attack On The Pentagon: 11 September 2001
George Rodney Smith - Brigadier Gen Indian Wars, Provost Marshal Gen
Gorman Curtis Smith, Major General - Decorated Combat Veteran
Gary Robert Smith, Specialist, Combat Medic, Lost Vision In Vietnam - BSM, PH
Green Clay Smith, Brigadier Genreal - Civil War - Federal Offiial
Hamilton Allen Smith, Colonel, USMA, Mexican Border, Killed In Action In France (WWI) - Distinguished Service Cross (DSC)
Harry Marcy Smith, Captain, Early Army Aviator - Died In Service In Panama - INFORMATION NEEDED
Hayden Dwight Smith, First Lieutenant, 152 New York Infantry - Civil War
Jack Prescott Smith, Specialist 5, Vietnam - PH. BSM - Television Correspondent
Jacob Hurd Smith, Brigadier General, Civil War To The Philippines - Controversial General
James E. Smith, Captain - "Smith's Battery" At The Battle of Gettysburg, Civil War
John Kenneth Smith, Lieuenant Colonel, WWII, Battle of the Bulge - CIA Officer - BSM, PH
Joseph H. S. Smith, Colonel, 31-Year Career Officer, Procurement Specialist - LM, BSM
Lawrence Clayton Smith, Lieutenant Colonel, Korean War, Vietnam War, PhD
Leslie Carl Smith II, Major, 101st Airborne Division - Army Lawyer - Left Us Too Soon
Louis Percy Smith, First Lieutenant, Assistant Surgeon, Died In Philippines - INFO NEEDED
Lowell Smith - Early Aviator - Took Part In First Around The World Flight
Martin Fernard Smith, Private (World War I) & Member of Congress
Matthew Comerford Smith, Colonel - USMA, POW Of The Germans In WWII
Michael J. Smith, Specialist, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Morgan Lewis Smith, Brigadier General, Mexican War, Civil War, U.S. Consul
Paul Ray Smith, Sergeant - Killed In Action In Iraq - Medal of Honor, BSM, PH
Roger Lee Smith, Specialist 5th - Killed In Action, Vietnam War
Timothy M. Smith, Sergeant, Killed In Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom - In Memory Of Stone - BSM, PH
Thomas Vernor Smith, Colonel (WWI & WWII) & Member of Congress
Thornton Smith, Captain - Civil War - INFORMATION NEEDED
Walter Bedell Smith - Eisenhower's Chief of Staff In WWII
William Arthur Smith, Jr., CWO-1 - Aviator - Missing In Action In 1973 - Returned Home In 2000
William Farrar Smith, Major General - USMA, Civil War - Police Commissioner of NYC
William Harvey Smith, First Lieutenant, 10th US Cavalry - Killed In Spanish-American War
Ossie F. Snellings, Private, WWII, Killed In Action At Normandy Invasion, D-Day, PH
Culver Channing Sniffen, Brigadier General, Paymaster General of the Army - INFOMRATION NEEDED
Corydon G. Snow,Major, Medical Corps - INFORMATION NEEDED
William Arthur Snow, Lieutenant Colonel, USMA, Mexican Border, WWI - DSC, SS, PH
William Josiah Snow, Major General, USMA, Chief of Artillery, WWI, DSM
Alan L. Snyder, Staff Sergeant, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - Vehicle Rollover
James Aiken Snyder, Captain, Civil War - Gettysburg - INFORMATION NEEDED
Neil N. Snyder Jr Colonel, WWII, Korea, Vietnam - Active With BSA - LM, BSM, CIB
Larry D. Soderquist, Captain, Lawyer, Law Professor, Author - Killed In Auto Accident
Lester Sokler, First Lieutenant, World War II - Purple Heart Medal
Anthony M. Solberg, Lieutenant Colonel, USMA - Vietnam Veteran
Robert B. Solomon - Major General, Korea & Vietnam Veteran
Michael David Somers, Sergeant, Left Us Way Too Soon
Duncan S. Somerville, Colonel, USMA, WWII, CoS of Korean Peace Talks
Charles Gustave Sonntag, Private, Hospital Corps - Assisted Walter Reed Re: Yellow Fever
Martha Bonner Sorrough, Lieutenant Colonel, Spouse of an Air Force Colonel
Jacob Souder, First Lieutenant, Colored Troops Officer, Civil War - INFO NEEDED
Robert Homer Soule, Major General, WWII, Korea - Chosin Campaign - DSC, SS, DSM, BSM, LM, AM, PH
Cornelia Caldwell Southard, Captain, Army Nurse, WWII - Came Under Sniper Fire - At Dachau
Charles L. Southward, Major General - WWII - Washington, DC National Guard Commander
George Redfield Spalding, Brigadier General, USMA, Engineer, WWI, DSM
Henry J. Spalding, First Lieutenant, Early Army Aviator - Died In Service - INFORMATION NEEDED
Frederick Clayton Spann, Colonel - USMA, WWII, Captured German Rockets, Vietnam War Adviser
John Spare, Private, 91st Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, Civil War - Also Known As John Spear
Edward Mack Sparks, Second Lieutenant, Air Corps - Missing Since 1944 - Returned Home In 2001
William Richard Spates, Jr., Sergeant - Killed In Vietnam - Tomb Guard Relief Commander
Ira Spaulding, Brigadier General, Civil War, 50th NY Engineers - INFORMATION NEEDED
Oliver Lyman Spaulding, Brigadier General - Civil War Vetaran & Government Official
Oliver Lyman Spaulding, Jr., Brigadier General, Spanish-American War, WWI - DSM, LM
Ellis Spear, Brigadier General - Civil War Veteran of the 20th Maine (With Chamberlain)
John Spear, Private, 91st Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, Civil War - Also Known As John Spare
Henry F. Spears, Private - Died As A Prisoner Of War In Korea
Joseph Spel, Sergeant, WWI Hero - Numerous Generals Attended His 1928 Funeral
Robert E. L. Spence, Lieutenant Colonel, USMA - SAW, Philippines, WWI - Silver Star Medal
Kenneth James Spencer, First Lieutenant, Killed In Action, Vietnam War - PH
Henry C. Spengler, First Lieutenant, Killed-In-Action In World War I, PH - INFO NEEDED
The Spengler Family - Two Generations Of Army Service
George Eliphaz Spencer, Colonel (Civil War) & United States Senator
Elmer E. Spicher - Private, Killed In Siberian Expedition After WWI
Paul Steven Spilberg, Major, Vietnam War - Battle Of Firebase Mary Ann - PH
Athelstan F. Spilhaus - Lt Colonel, WWII Weather Expert - Scientist
Benjamin Alvord Spiller, Colonel, USMA - Great-Grandson of Benjamin Alvord - INFO NEEDED
Oliver L. Spiller, Brigadier General, USNA - Father of Benjamin Alvord Spiller - Coast Artillery Corps, WWII
Marcellus Garner Spinks, Brigadier General, USMA - Phillippijnes, Cuba, World War I - DSM
Berton E. Spivy, Jr - 4-Star General, WWII Vet, NATO Commander
Irvine H. Sprague, Lieutenant Colonel, WWII, Government Official (FDIC) - PH, BSM
Charles Spraul, Captain, Emigree From Bavaria - Civil War - INFORMATION NEEDED
Marvin R. Sprayberry, Sergeant, Died In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Earl H. Spredemann, Sergeant, Air Forces, Killed In World War II - Returned Home In 2003
Edwin L. Springmann, Captain, Killed In Action In World War I - PH - INFORMATION NEEDED
George Owen Squier, Major General, USMA - Inventor - Chief Signal Officer Of The Army
Michael B. Stack, Sergeant Major, Special Forces, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - SS, LM, BSM, PH
Albert H. Stackpole, Major General, WWI, WWII, Korea - LM, BSM - INFORMATION NEEDED
Raymond C. Stacks, Captain - Killed In Air Crash In Laos
Ina Ray Russell Stacy, Army Spouse & Government Employee - Sister of Senator Richard Russell
Walter Robert Stacy, Chief Warrant Officer One, Killed In Vietnam War, PH
Harold Gay Stalnaker, Killed In World War II, Returned Home In 2004 - DFC, AM, PH
Lynn Upshaw Stambaugh, First Lieutenant, WWI - President, US Export-Import Bank
Ralph Willard Standbrook, Lieutenant Colonel, Korea War, Vietnam War - " A Man of Action"
 John Henry Stanford, Major General - Seattle Schools Chief
David Michael Stanley, Chief Warrant Officer 3, Army Aviator - Operation Iraqi Freedom - Killed On Training Mission Over Alabama - AM
Fremont B. Stanley, Lieutenant Colonel, World War II, Korean War
George Willis Stannard, Colonel, USMA - Korea, Vietnam - DSM, LM
John Edward Stannard, Brigadier General - USMA, WWII, Korea, Vietnam
Michael L. Stansbery, Jr., Specialist, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom, PH, BSM
Ronald Stanton, Sergeant - Missing In Vietnam In 1968 - Returned Home In 2001
Thaddeus H. Stanton - Brigadier General, Civil War & Indian Wars
Evelyn Staples, Major - WWII, Korea, Office of Strategic Services (OSS) Parachuted Into France
Edmund William Starling, Sergeant, Spanish-American War - Chief of the Secret Service White House Detail
Ralph Allen Starner, Colonel - USMA - Artillery, Airborne, Korean War, Vietnam War
Charles Irvin Stanley, Chief Warrant Officer, Killed In Vietnam In 1973 - Returned Home In 2002
Alexander Newton Stark, Colonel, Chief Surgeon, First Army, AEF - World War I
Alexander Newton Stark, Jr., Brigadier General, China, WWI - DSC, SS
Harrybelle Durant Stark, Nurse, Gassed In France In WWI - Was In Hospital For 11 Years - PH
Thomas Newton Stark, Colonel, Son Of Alexander Newton Stark - INFORMATION NEEDED
Edward Irwin Starr, Captain, Killed-In-Action, Vietnam War - PH Medal
D. Roemer Stead, Private, World War II, Bronze Star Medal, Combat Infantryman Badge
Clarence Augustus Stedman, Colonel, USMA - Indian Wars, Spanish-American War - INFORMATION NEEDED
George Hubert Steed, Jr., First Lieutenant, Air Forces - Killed In WWII - Originally Buried In France - PH
Aloysius W. Steele, Second Lieutenant, Air Forces - Killed In 1944 (WWII), Returned Home In 2003 - PH, AM
Harry Lee Steele, Major General - Chief of Coast Artillery
Fred Stein, First Lieutenant - Decorated World War II Veteran
Frederick Steiwer, First Lieutenant (WWI) & United States Senator
Thomas Corrigan Steinhauser, Colonel - WWII & Vietnam Vet
John Ellis Steinke, Lieutenant Colonel - WWII, Korea, Vietnam - On Staff of Douglas MacArthur
John Edmondson Stephens, Brigadier General, USMA - Philippines, World War I - Died At 44
Gordon H. Sterling Jr., Second Lieutenant, Killed On 7 December 1941 At Pearl Hearbor - Body Not Recovered - DFC, PH
Aaron Stern - Corporal, Indian Wars, Civil War - Courtesy: M. E. Botwinick
George Miller Sternberg, Brigadier General - Army Medical Pioneer
Normand Arthur Ste. Marie, Lieuenant Colonel - Intelligence Officer
Mark Alan Stets, Jr.,Staff Sergeant, Special Forces, Killed In Pakistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - PH,BSM
Charles Augustus Stevens, First Lieutenant, Berdan's Sharpshooters, Civil War - INFO NEEDED
Grace Louise Marshall Stevens, Army Spouse & Mother - "For They Also Serve"
John DuVal Stevens - Brigadier General, Air-Defense Commander
Pat M. Stevens III, Colonel, WWII, Vietnam - Artillery/Missile Officer - Army Brat
Theodore Fulton Ted Stevens, Army Air Corps, WWII, DFC, AM & Longest Serving Republican U.S. Senator In History - Killed In Aircraft Crash
Dr. Harold L. Red Stewart - Lieutenant Colonel, Medical Officer
Roy Stewart, Corporal, Died As POW In Korea In 1951 - Returned Home In 2010 = PH, CIB
James W. S. Stewart, First Lieutenant, Medical Corps - Killed In 1938 Crash of an Army Bomber In Georgia
William Fayssoux Stewart, Colonel, Artillery Officer - Indian Wars
William Garrett Stewart, Colonel, USMA, WWII, Vietnam, Airborne, Engineers, LM, BSM
Alan Nathaniel Steyne, Second Lieutenant, & Foreign Service Officer,A 1946 Suicide Victim
Richard Warren Stickney, Captain, WWII, Assault on Remagen Bridge, BSM, PH, AM, CIB
Richard G. Stilwell, Jr., Lieutenant Colonel, Son of a General - Vietnam War, SS, PH - Died In Auto Accident
William Sherril Stinson, SP-5, Killed In Vietnam In 1973 - Returned Home In 2000
William Henry Stiver, First Sergeant - WWII, Korea, Purple Heart, Bronze Star Medal
Adrian St. John II, Major General, USMA - WWII, Korea, Vietnam - A Seeker Of Peace - DSM, LM, SS, BSM, PH
 Virgil Demetrius Stockbridge, First Lieutenant, 2nd D. C. Volunteer Infantry - INFO NEEDED
James J. Stoddard, Jr., Sergeant, Operation Iraqi Freedom, Killed In Operation Enduring Freedom - PH
John Hall Stokes, Colonel, Air Corps - INFORMATION NEEDED
Llewelyn G. Stokes, Brigadier General, Civil War, Indian Wars - INFORMATION NEEDED
Marcus Butler Stokes, Brigadier General, USMA - INFORMATION NEEDED
Mrcus Butler Stokes, Jr. - Brigadier General - USMA - INFORMATION NEEDED
Thomas Lunsford Stokes, Private, Pulitzer-Prize Winning Political Columnist
Andrew J. Stocks, Second Lieutenant, Afghanistan, Iraq - Killed In Accident Serving As N.C. Highway Patrol Officer
Strother Madison Stockslager, Captain (Civil War) & Member of Congress
Charles John Stolbrand, Brigaider General - Artillery Commander, Civil War
Byron Clark Stone - Captain, Killed In Vietnam, Distinguished Service Cross (DSC),PH, BSM
George H. Stone, Major, Civil War - 20 Years In The War Department
Kristofor T. Stonesifer, Specialist, Army Ranger, One Of The First Soldiers Killed In Afghanistan - Operation Enduring Freedom
James L. Stotler, Private First Class, Killed In Action In World War II, France, PH
John M. Stotsenburg - Colonel, Killed In Philippine Insurrection
George Wesley Hancock Stouch, Colonel - Civil War, Battle of Gettysburg
Cecil Stoughton, Captain, WWII, Korea - White House Photographer - Took Photo Of Lyndon Johnson Being Sworn In
Ariel E. Stout, Lieutenan Colonel, An Early WAC Enlistee in WWII
Wilmer Wallace Stover, Lieutenant Colonel, World War II, DSC, BSM
James Moore Stradling, Second Lieutenant, Civil War - Company A, 1st New Jersey Cavalry
Floyd Wayne Strange, Chief Warrange Officer, Killed In Vietnam In 1967 - Returned Home In 2002 - PH
John Alexander Street, Major, Killed In Action, Meuse-Argonne, World War I - INFORMATON NEEDED
Bernard W. Streeter, Sergeant, United States Army Air Forces, World War II, AM
Allan Streett, Major, Chaplain, A Murder Victim - A Story Of Forgiveness
Ernest James Strickland, World War II, Combat Engineer - Purple Heart
Jesse H. Strickland, Colonel, 8th Tennessee Cavalry, Civil War, INFORMATION NEEDED
Larry L. Strickland,Sergeant Major, Killed In Terrorist Attack On The Pentagon: 11 September 2001
Donald Armpriester Stroh, Major General, World War II - DSM, LM
Frank Strong, Major, Civil War - U.S. Department of Justice General Agent
Frederick Smith Strong, Major General, USMA - Spanish War, WWI - INFORMATION NEEDED
James Donald Strong, Colonel, WWII, Korea - Corp of Engineers - Tennis Coach
Richard Polk Strong, Lieutenant Colonel, Artillery - Civil War, Indian War, Spanish War - INFORMATION NEEDED
George U. Strosnider, Lieutenant Colonel, WWII, Korea - D-Day Landings, Battle of the Bulge - BSM, PH
Kenneth C. Strother, Colonel - USMA 1924, WWII, Died In 2001 At Age of 100
Melba Stratton Strother, Wife of Kenneth C. Storther - Sister-In-Law of Dean C. Strother
Francis Wilbert Stover, Private First Class, WWII, Battle of the Bulge - PH, BSM, VFW Exec - Congressional Aide
James Ewell Brown Stuart II, Captain, Spanish-American War - Son Of Confederate General J. E. B. Stuart
William Armytage Stuart, First Lieutenant, Air Service - World War I - INFO NEEDED
Richard H. Stube, First Lieutenant - Killed In Action In Vietnam - BSM, PH
Mark N. Stubenhofer, Captain, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Paul R. Stubbs, Corporal, Killed In 1941 Panama Air Crash
Michael R. Sturdivant, Sergeant, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom
David B. Sturgeon, Surgeon, Civil War - Indian Wars - INFORMATON NEEDED
The Sturgis Family - Three Generations Of Army Generals
Ramon S. Subejano, Private First Class, Highly Decorated Veteran of WWII
Christopher J. Sullivan, Captain, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Harry Stack Sullivan, Major, Army Psychiatrist In World War II
Samuel Henry Starr, Colonel, Dragoon & Cavalry Officer, Mexican War, Civil War
John Stephen Sullivan, Jr., Colonel, USMA - World War II - SS
Michael Nelson Sullivan, Corporal, Killed In Vietnam - Army Medic - PH Postmously Promoted To Corporal
Robert M. Sullivan - Colonel, WWII, Normandy, Battle of the Bulge
Thomas Crook Sullivan - Civil War And Spanish-American War General
William Gerald Sullivan, Colonel, WWII, Korea, Vietnam - INFORMATION NEEDED
Charles Summerall, General, Spanish-American War, Philippines, WWI, Chief of Staff
John Wyer Summerhayes, Lieutenant Colonel, Civil War, SAW, Indian Wars
Margaret Summerhayes, Army Spouse And Author Of Vanishing Arizona
Harry G. Summers, Jr. - Colonel, Decorated Combat Vet, Strategist, Author, TV Commentator
John H. Sumner, Captain, 3rd Michigan Infantry, Civil War - INFORMATION NEEDED
Samuel Storrow Sumner, Major General, Civil War, Indian Wars, SAW, Philippines, Boxer Rebellion
George Thomas Summerlin, Captain, USMA - Spanish-American War - Foreign Service Officer
John Vandergrift Summerlin, First Lieutenant, Killed In WWII - PH - Relative of G.T. Summerlin - INFORMATION NEEDED
Severin W. Summers III, Sergeant First Class, Special Forces, Ranger - Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - PH, BSM
Archibald Henry Sunderland, Major General, USMA, Artillery Officer, WWI, AEF
Daniel A. Suplee, Sergeant, Died From Results Of Accident In Afghanistan - Operation Enduring Freedom\
Charles Sutherland, Brigadier General - Mexican War, Civil War, War of 1812 - Surgeon General
Jean B. Sutherland, Army Spouse - Wife of Lieutenant General James W. Sutherland, Jr.
Richard Kearnes Sutherland, Lieutenant General - MacArthur's Chief Of Staff In WWII
Greg L. Sutton, Sergeant, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
William J. Sutton III, Lieutenant Colonel, USMA, Criminal Investigation Command
William James Sutton, Major General, Chief of the Army Reserve
Jacques Michael Swaab, Captain, Air Service - World War I Aviator ACE
Benjamin Swallow, Chaplain, Civil War Service - INFORMATION NEEDED
Caleb Swan, Paymaster General - Veteran of the American Revolution
Daniel N. Swan, Quartermaster Agent, Fort Myer - INFO NEEDED
Harry Anthony Swan, Private First Class, WWII, Pacific, SS, BSM, PH - New Jersey Police Captain
Christopher W. Swanson, Sergeant, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Clayton C. Swears, Colonel, Military Intelligence Officer - WWII, Korea, Vietnam - LM
Richard Searcy Sweet, Brigadier General, Decorated Vet of Korea & Vietnam
Arthur Hamilton Sweeney, Jr.  Major General, INFORMATION NEEDED
Veronica Donovan Sweeney, Wife of Major General Arthur Hamilton Sweeney, Jr.
Owen Jay Sweet, Brigadier General, Civil War, Indian Wars, Spanish-American War
Nelson Bowman Sweitzer, Colonel, USMA - Civil War, Indian Wars, Cavalry Officer - INFORMATION NEEDED
Eben Swift, Major General, USMA - Indian War, Spanish War, Philippines, Mexican Border, World War I
Joseph May Swing, Lieutenant General, USMA, WWI, WWII, Korea
Hugh Ernest Switzer, Lieutenant Colonel, World War II - Son Of Mississippi Sharecroppers
W. Homer Switzer, Colonel - Veteran of World War II & The Korean War - LM
Alvin Humphrey Sydenham, Second Lieutenant, USMA - INFORMATION NEEDED
George Everett Sylvester, Lieutenant Colonel, World War II, 54 Years Of Service To America
Charles J. Symmonds, Brigadier General, USMA, SAW, Philippines, Mexican Border, WWI
Jacob Hale Sypher, Colonel (Civil War) & Member of Congress
Paul R. Syverson III, Major, Special Forces, Afghanistan, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - VMI - BSM, PH
Louis Syzmanski, Private, Killed In Russia In 1918 Following World War I - PH
Richard A. Szymczyk, Colonel, USMA - Intelligence Officer - DSM, LM

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Amon C. Taber, Surgeon, United States Army - Civil War Service - Infomration Needed
Robert Clinton Taber, Lieutenant General, World War II, Vietnam War - DSM, LM, PH
Ayman Taha, Sergeant, Special Forces, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Ivan Tailof, Major, Fled To U. S. From Riga, Russia - Civil War - Silk Merchant In New York City
Joseph Takes-The-Shield, Private, Killed In Action, World War I - Oglala Sioux - PH
DeForest Lee Talbert, Sergant, Killed In Action, Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Benjamin B. Talley, Brigadier General, Normany in WWII, Construction in Alaska
Matthew L. Tallman, Sergeant, Killed In Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom
Saburo Tanamachi - Killed In Europe In WWII
James Tanner - Civil War Vet, Government Official, Veterans Organization
Samuel F. Tappan, Colonel, Civil War & The Indian Wars, Negotiated Treaties With The Indians
Jonathan Tarbell, Colonel, Bervet Brigadier General, Civil War - INFORMATION NEEDED
Elizabeth Ann Skeer Tarble, Nurse, Civil War - INFORMATION NEEDED
Melvin Albert Tarble, Hospital Steward - Civil War - INFOMATION NEEDED
Robert Mack Tarbox, Brigadier General, USMA, WWII, Korea, Vietnam - DSM, LM, BSM
Michael Yury Tarlavsky, Captain, Special Forces - Killed In Action, Operation Iraqi Freedom - BSM,PH
Walter Earle Tardy, Colonel, World War II Armor Commander - LM, BSM, PH
Timothy N. Tarpey, Second Lieutenant, Air Forces - Lost In 1944 - Returned Home In 2002
Augustus Gabriel Tassin, Captain, From France - Civil War, Indian Wars - INFORMATION NEEDED
Foster Joseph Tate, Brigadier General, USMA - World War II - INFO NEEDED
Frank Peck Tate, First Lieuenant, Signal Corps, Spanish-American War - INFO NEEDED
John A. Tate, Captain, Killed In Action, Korean War - PH, CIB
Scip Tate, Specialist 4, Killed In Vietnam War - INFORMATION NEEDED
Todd Tate III, First Lieutenant, Killed-In-Action, Vietnam War
Joseph F. Taulbee, Colonel, USMA - Cavalry, Infantry, Quartermaster Corps - Philippines, Mexican Border
Edward Lee Taylor, Flying Cadet, Air Service - World War I - Colorful Early Aviator
Fitzhugh Tayloe, First Lieutenant, Spanish-American War - INFORMATION NEEDED
Asher Clayton Taylor, Brigadier General, Civil War - INFORMATION NEEDED
Bernard Taylor, Jr. - Colonel - Highly Regarded Army Reserve Leader
Blair Dabney Taylor, Colonel, VMI - Confederate Army In Civil War - Post-War Was Surgeon, U. S. Army
Charles William Taylor, Colonel, USMA - Cavalry Officer - Indian Wars
Cloyd Vernon Taylor, Lieutenant Colonel - Aviator In WWII And Korea
Daniel Morgan Taylor, Colonel, USMA - Artillery-Ordnance Officer
Edward Taylor, 1st Lieutenant, Taylor Family, Killed In Philippine Insurrection
Frank A. Taylor, Major, WWII - Founding Director of The Smithsonian Museum of American History - Died At Age 104
Frank Taylor, Brigadier General, Civil War, Indian Wars - Infantry - INFO NEEDED
Harry Taylor, Major General - USMA, WWI, Chief Engineer of the Army
Hugh C. Taylor, Sergeant - Decorated WWII Veteran
Jack Taylor Dempsey, Colonel, Killed In Action, Vietnam War - DSC, PH
James Gibson Taylor, Lieutenant Colonel, Spanish-American War, Philippines Insurrection
James Harry Taylor, Second Lieutenant, Army Aviator, Missing In Action In Vietnam War - PH
John  Rodgers Meigs Taylor, Colonel, USMA, Member of the Taylor Family
Joseph Hancock Taylor, Major, USMA, Brevet Colonel, Son-In-Law Of Montgomery Meigs
Josiah W. Taylor, Sergeant Major, Died Of Wounds & Illness In The Civil War
Kip Paul Taylor, Lieutenant Colonel - Killed In Terrorist Attack On The Pengaton, 11 September 2001
Michael V. Taylor, Captain, Aviator - Killed In Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Robert Emerson Taylor, Second Lieutenant, Killed In Vietnam War - PH
The Taylor Family - Long Tradition Of Service To The American Military
Maxwell Davenport Taylor - General, WWII, Ambassador To Vietnam
Richard Ray Taylor, Lieutenant General, Vietnam, Thailand, Surgeon General of the Army
Ronald Scott Taylor, Lieutenant Colonel, Vietnam War, Distinguished Service Cross (DSC)
Victor Vaughan Taylor, Sr., Brigadier General, USMA - World War I, World War II
Victor Vaughan Taylor, Jr., Captain, USMA, Killed In Action In WWII
William Remsen Taylor, Colonel, Private in the Rough Riders - Spanish-Amercian War, Philippines Insurrction
Lewis Clark Taynton, Colonel, Decorated WWII Veteran - LM, SS, BSM, PH, CIB
Mark Taynton, Jr., Second Lieutenant, Killed In Action, Korean War - CIB, PH
Olin Earl Teague, Colonel (WWII), Highly Decorated, Member of Congress
John R. Teal, Captain - Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom, PH
Foster Howard Templon, Air Corps, POW In WWII, Bataan Death March
Anthony John Tencza, Colonel, WWII, Korea, Killed In Vietnam
Rudolph Gabriel Tenerowicz, Captain (Physican), WWI, Member of Congress
Robert Gregory Tenney, Jr., Sergeant, Killed In Iraq, Operation New Dawn, PH, BSM
Joseph H. Thibadeau, Captain, Civil War - Suicide Victim In 1903 While Employed By Pay Department
Louis Thibadeau, Captain, Finance Department, USA - Son of Joseph H. Thibadeau
Refugio Thomas Teran, Sergeant, Killed In Vietnam In 1970 - Returned Home In 2002
John E. Terpning, First Lieutenant - Killed In May 1944 - Returned Home In 1974
Robert D. Terry, Major General, USMA - World War II, Vietnam War - DSM, LM, BSM, AM
Paul Tertychny, Private, Killed In Belgium In 1944 - World War II - PH
Jonathan Tessar, Sergeant, Special Forces, Ranger - Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
David Ranier Them, News Editor - Buried With Parents - Colonel & Mrs. Eugene Them, USA
Steve M. Theobald, Sergeant, Killed In Kuwait - Operation Iraqi Freedom - Vehicle Rollover
Frederick William Thibaut, Captain, From Germany - Civil War, Indian Wars - Infantry Officer
Balfour E. Thomas, Corporal, Killed In World War II - PH "Uncle Buddy"
Charles N. Thomas, Colonel, WWII, Battle of the Bulge, LM, BSM
Evan Thomas, Captain, Civil War & Indian Wars - Killed In Action Against Indians
Francis D. Thomas, Sergeant, Killed In Action, Korean War - PH
Golden Linberg Thomas, Colonel - 28 Years of Service - Vietnam Veteran
Grace Gay Thomas, Jr., Colonel, USMA,. Airborne, Vietnam War, LM, DFC, BSM, CIB, AM
Howell G. Thomas, Jr., First Lieutenant, WWII, Killed In Action In Korean War - PH
John Robert Thomas, Captain (Civil War), Member of Congress, Judge
John R. Thomas, Jr., Colonel, Spanish-American War, WWI - Rough Riders - DSM, SS, PH
William Thomas, Lieuretnant Colonel - Corps of Engineers, WWII, Atomic Energy Commission
Z. E. Thomas, First Lieutenant, 1st Iowa Cavalry, Civil War, Mattie A. Thomas - INFORMATION NEEDED
Almon Harris Thompson, First Lieutenant, Civil War, Explorer, Brother-In-Law of J. W. Powell
Bernard N. Thompson, Sergeant - One Of The Last Buffalo Soldiers
Charles Fullington Thompson, Major General, USMA - World War I, World War II - INFORMATION NEEDED
Dale L. Thompson, Colonel, Medical Service Corps - Legion of Merit
Gerald Thompson - Colonel, Killed In Accidental Shoot-Down In Iraq
Peter John Thompson, Major, Delta Force, Iran Hostage Rescue Attempt - Operation Eagle Claw
Sarah E. Thompson - Army Nurse, Civil War
Edwin Keith Thomson, Lieutenant Colonel, Member of Congress & U.S. Senator
Ray E. Thompson, Staff Sergeant - Killed In 1944 - Returned Home In 1974
Marilyn Thorbjornsen, Lieuetnant Colonel, Army Aviator, Intelligence Officer - Beloved Elementary School Teacher
Lewis Wayne Thorne, Major - WWII (Battle of the Bulge) & Korean War Veteran
Robert Montgomery Thornburgh, Colonel, World War I - Son of Thomas Tipton Thornburgh
Thomas Tipton Thornburgh, Major, United States Army, USMA, Civil War, Killed In Colorado Battle With Ute Indians
Thomas Tipton Thornburgh, Colonel, USMA - Killed On Air Mission Over Belgium In WWII - PH
Charles Hubbard Thompson, Colonel, Decorated Special Forces Commander, Vietnam - SS, LM, BM, PH
David J. Thompson, Captain, Special Forces, Ranger - Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - BSM W/Valor, PH, CIB
John Bellinger Thompson, Brigadier General, Son In Law of George Hamilton Cameron
Niles Richard Thompson, Sergeant, World War II - Bataan Death March - SS, BSM, PH, POW
Nils George Thompson, Private First Class, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
William Alexis Thompson, Major, Civil War, Indian Wars - INFO NEEDED
Larry Alan Thorne, Major, Special Forces - Controversial Officer Missing In Vietnam - Returned Home In 2003
Cornelia Elizabeth Thornton, United States Army Nurse Corps, First American Nurse Killed In World War I
Robert C. Thornton, Jr., Sergeant, Desert Storm, Killed In Action In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Carl P. Thorpe - Lieutenant Colonel - Son of Football Star Jim Thorpe
Elliott R. Thorpe, Brigadier General, Present At Surrender In Both World Wars
Knute Frederick Knudsen Thorpe, Lieutenant Colonel, World War II - Military Police - SS
Luther A. Thrasher,Captain - Civil & Indian Wars - US Treasury Agent
Charles B. Throckmorton - Major, Indian Wars - INFORMATION NEEDED
John Lathrop Throckmorton - General, World War II, Korea
Allen G. Thurman, Major, Adjutant General Corps - Suicide Victim At Fort Bliss, Texas, In 1927
John R. Thurman III, Lieutenant General, USMA, Brother of M. R. Thurman -  DSM, LM, DFC, PH, AM INFOMRATION NEEDED
Maxwell Reid Thurman - General, Vietnam Vet & Led Panama Invasion
George Alva Thurston, Captain, Nevada Infantry, Civil War, Indian Wars - INFORMATON NEEDED
Isaac Sealover Tichenor, Colonel, Civil War, 105th New York Infantry - Info Needed
Tracy A. Tidwell, Sergeant, Killed In Kentucky Helicopter Crash
Richard James Tieman, Staff Sergeant, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - PH, BSM
John Luke Tiernon, Brigadier General, Civil War, Philippines Insurrection, Formerd Native Police In Manila
Benjamin D. Tiffner, Captain, USMA - Ranger, Special Forces, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom, BSM, PH
James Dean Tilford, Sr., Colonel, Spanish-American War, Son of Joseph Green Tilford
Joseph Green Tilford, Brigadier General, Civil War, Indian Wars, 7th Cavalry
Joshua M. TIllery, Chief Warrant Officer - Killed In Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH, BSM
Ronald Neil Timberlake, Major, Army Aviator - Vietnam, Gulf War, SS, PH
Thomas S. Timberman, Major General, USMA - WWII, Chief of Army Intelligence - DSM, LM
Charles John Timmes - Major General, WWII, Korea, Vietnam, CIA,
Charles David Tinley, Captain, WWI - Died As POW In Japan
John Tinsley, Captain, Old Guard, Ranger, Special Forces, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - CIB, PH, BSM
William Dolley Tipton, Colonel, WWI Ace, WWII Aviator - Killed In Crash Of P-47 Aircraft
G.Walter Titus, Major General, WWII, Commander California National Guard - LM, BSM
Daniel J. Tobin, Colonel, USMA, Infantry, Vietnam War - LM
Jeffrey P. Toczylowski, Major - Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom
Benjamin H. Todd, Chief Warrant Officer - Killed In Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH, BSM
Elviro D. Todino, Master Sergeant - 25 Years With The US Army Band
Holger Nelson Toftoy, Major General - USMA, Pioneer Rocket Developer
George C. Tolson, Captain - Highly Decorated WWII Aviator
John Jarvis Tolson III - Lieutenant General, Helicopter Tactics
John Bryan Tomlinson, Captain, Died Of Disease While Serving In WWI, Company K, 18th Infantry, 1st Division
Alan De Voe Tompkins, Chief Warrant Officer, Military Intelligence Specialist, Pentagon
Walter Tooley, Corporal, Killed In Premature Discharge Of A Cannon At Arlington National Cemetery In 1901
Samuel K. Toomey III, Major - Died In Vietnam (1968) Recovered (1990)
Daniel Huston Torrey, Colonel, USMA - Infantry Officer, WWII - Grandson Of Daniel Huston - INFO NEEDED
Zerah W. Torrey, Lieuenant Colonel, USMA - Spanish-American War, Indian Wars - Wounded At Santiago, Cuba
Theodore C. Totman, Major, Killed In 1943 Plane Crash In Iceland - Also Killed Was LGEN Frank M. Andrews
George Platt Tourtellot, Brigadier General, Air Corps, Killed In 1946 - INFORMATION NEEDED
John Eaton Tourtellotte, Brigadier General, Civil War, Indian Wars
Albert J. Towar, Jr., Private First Class, World War II - 101st Airborne - PH
Robin L. Towns, Sergeant, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH, BSM
Edwin Franklin Townsend, Brigadier General, West Point, Civil War, Indian Wars
Joseph Powell Tracy, Brigadier General, UMA - Spanish-American War, Philippines, WWI
Robert L. Tracy, Colonel, WWII Infantry Officer - Army Civilian Employee For 27 Years
Jean Henry Trahin, Major General, WWII, 82nd Airborne, 508 Parachute Infantry - SS, BM, PH
Peter S. Traphagan, Private, Seventh Illinois Cavalry, Civil War
James M. Treber, Sergeant, Special Forces - Died In Afghanistan Saving Comrade - Operation Enduring Freedom
Charles Nicholas Tredinnick, Sergeant, Special Forces, Killed In Vietnam
William C. Tremaine, Captain, Spanish-American War, Philippines, Boxer Rebellion, WWI
Donald C. Trent, Sergeant, Died As POW In Korea In 1951 - Returned Home In 2007 - PH, CIB
Grant Taylor Trent, Colonel, Spanish-American War, Philippines Insurrection - INFO NEEDED
Martin A. Treptow, Private, Killed In WWI, Subject of Ronald Reagan Speech - PH
John B. Trotter, Sergeant, Killed In Action, Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Frank Hudson Trowbridge, Colonel, Corps of Engineers - World War II & Korean War
Chester W. Troxel, Chief Warrant Officer, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Martin F. Troy, Staff Sergeant, Army Air Forces, Shot Down Over Hungary In 1944, Returned Home In 2008 - AM, PH
Arthur G. Trudeau, Lieutenant General, USMA, WWII, Army Intelligence Chief
Theodore Edmond True, Brigadier General - Civil War Veteran and Indian Fighter
John Hunt Truesdale, Major, USMA, Special Forces, Vietnam, BSM, Killed In Bus Accident
Shirly Ray Trumps, Colonel, World War II Commando Officer, Behind German Lines - LM, BSM, PH
Lucian King Truscott, Jr., General - Military Family - WWII
Andrew Edward Tuck, Major, World War I - Son Died In World War II - Buried Together
Andrew Edward Tuck III, First Lieutenant, 101 Airborne, 506th PIR, PH, Killed In Auto Accident In Austria In 1945
Samuel Wilbert Tucker, Major - WWII Combat Officer - Civil Rights Lawyer
Alfred G. Tuckerman, Major General, World War II - SS, LM, BSM, AM - INFORMATION NEEDED
Tulsa T. Tuliau, Master Sergeant, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Tristram Tupper, Brigadier General, Writer & Screenwriter, Mexican Border, WWI, WWII - Brother-In-Law Of General George C. Marshall
Donal L. Turkal, Major General, WWII, Battle of the Bulge - From Private to Major General
Reuben Smith Turman, Second Lieutenant, USMA, KIA At San Juan Hill, July 1898
Thomas K. Turnage, Major General, WWII, Korea, Administrator of the VA, DSM, BSM
Anna E. Turner- Army Nurse, Spanish-American War
Ernest K. Turner, Sergeant - First Enlisted Casualty In Korean War
James W. Turner, Private, Killed In November 1944 In Battle of the Bulge, Returned Home In 2008 - PH, BSM
Thomas Gaines Turner, Sergeant, Killed-In-Action, Vietnam War - PH
Erin Turner-Schaefer, Specialist, Stabbed To Death By His Wife In Their Virginia Home - December 2005
Thomas Turtle, Major, USMA, Corps of Engineers - INFORMATION NEEDED
The Twombly Family, An Army Tradition
Max M. Tybroski, Sergeant, Korean War Combat Veteran - Distinguished Service Cross (DSC)
Jack O. Tye, Sergeant First Class, Died While A POW In Korea In 1951 - Returned Home In 2008 - POW Medal, CIB, PH
Corry Paul Tyler, Captain, USMA, Army Aviator - Killed In Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom
Claude G. Tyler, Staff Sergeant, Army Air Force, Killed In World War II (1944) Returned Home In 2010 - PH, AM
John Tyler, Jr., Captain - Colonel, CSA, Presidential Son (John Tyler)
Max Clayton Tyler, Major General, USMA, Corps of Engineers - INFORMATION NEEDED
Layton J. Tyner, Colonel, WWII, Korea, Vietnam - PH, BSM, CIB, LM, AM

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Frederick Elwood Uhl, Major General, USMA - WWI, WWII  - DSM, LM, PH
Robert Dale Uhl, Chief Warrant Officer, Killed In Vietnam In 1971 - Returned Home In 2003
James Alexander Ulio, Major General, The Adjutant General, WWI, WWII -  From Private To Major General
Colby J. Umbrell, First Lieutenant, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
John Francis Uncles, Lieutenant General - USMA, WWII, Korea, DSM, LM, BSM
Arthur Rutledge Underwood, Jr., Lieutenant Colonel, USNA, Korean War, PH, BSM, CIB
Herbert Patton Underwood, Colonel, USMA, Korean War, Vietnam War, BSM
William Henry J. Underwood, Specialist 4, Killed In Vietnam - SS, PH
Ferdinand T. Unger, Lieutenant General - Highly Decorated Infantry Officer
Clinton R. Upchurch, Specialist - Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Anthony Wayne Urbine - Colonel, 35-Year Army Medical Administrator

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Ira D. Vail, Major, World War II Air Corps - Army Security Agency - BSM
Albert W. Vaillancourt, Master Sergeant, Died As Prisoner Of War In Korea - CIB, PH
Cirildo Valencio, Master Sergeant, Killed In Korea In 1950 - Returned Home In 2008 - BSM, PH, CIB
Earle L. Valenstein, Colonel, WWII, Battle of The Bulge, Prisoner of War - LM, PH
Jack Joseph Valenti, First Lieutenant, WWII Pilot, DFC, AMl, Presidential Aide to Lyndon B. Johnson, Motion Picture Association of America
Frank C. Valentine, Captain, Killed In Action, World War I - INFORMATION NEEDED
Jared N. Van Aalst, Master Sergeant, Ranger - Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - PH, BSM
Alexander Van Aalten, Sergeant, Killed In Afghanistan - Operation Enduring Freedom - BSM, PH
David E. Van Camp, Captain, Killed In Iraq, Operation New Dawn - PH, BSM
Daniel Vance, Jr., Brigadier General - World War II, Korean War, Vietnam War
Arthur F. Van Cook, Lieutenant Colonel, First Landing Wave At Normandy On D-Day, PH, SS
George Vanderbilt, Captain, 10th NY Cavalry, Civil War - INFORMATION NEEDED
Richard Vanderploeg, Captain, Killed In Action, Korean War - PH
Lindell Howard Van Dyke, Captain, World War II, Korean War - Submitted By His Loving Daughter
Edward Sanders Van Deusen, Jr., First Lieutenant - USMA - Killed In A Training Accident
James Alward Van Fleet - World War II & Korea - Died At Age 100
Jean Jacques Abram Van Kaathoven - Lieutenant Colonel, Surgeon, WWI
Carlos Clark Van Leer, Captain, Spanish-American War - INFORMATION NEEDED
Foster Van Mosher, First Lieutenant, Air Corps - World War II - A Love Story
John Paul Vann - Army Officer, Government Official, Vietnam War Critic
Thomas Grier van Slyke, Colonel, World War II, Korean War, BSM - Educator
John S. Vaughan, Second Lieutenant, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Frank Neal Vavrin, Captain, Army Brat, Airborne Ranger - Killed In Vietnam War - SS, BSM, PH
Stewart Van Vliet - Major General, Civil War
Robert Campbell Van Vliet, Brigadier General, USMA - Spanish War - Son of Stewart Van Vliet
Robert Campbell Van Vliet, Jr., Colonel - Son Of R. C. Van Vliet
Charles Ward Van Way, Lieutenant Colonel, Spanish-American War, Philippines Insurrection - Distinguished Service Cross (DSC)
Anthony Venetz, Jr, Sergeant First Class, Iraq, Died In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - PH (2), BSM With Valor (2)
Russell J. Verdugo, Sergeant, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Humbert Joseph Versace, Colonel - USMA, Father Of Rocky Vercase
Humbert Roque Versace, Captain, USMA, Vietnam POW, Murdered - Medal of Honor Candidate
Marie Teresa Rios Versace, Military Spouse , Mother & Author
David Michael Veverka, Sergeant, Killed In Operation Iraqi Fredom - PH
Victims of the Collapse Of Ford's Theater: 9 June 1893
George Albert Vidrine, Command Sergeant Major, WWII, Korea, Vietnam - Normandy - SS, BSM, LM, PH, AM\
Joseph Phillip Vigorito, Member of Congress, World War II Veteran - Purple Heart
John Ludlow Viven, Captain, Civil War, Indian Wars - INFORMATION NEEDED
Frederick A. Voigt, Lieutenant Colonel, WWII, Central Intelligence Agency Officer
Robert H. Van Volkenburgh III, Cadet, USMA - Killed In Auto Accident In Germany
William Jefferson Volkmar, Colonel, USMA - Civil War, Indian Wars - Aide To General Sheridan
Susan VerPlanck - Army Nurse, Civil War
Oscar Clarence Vigen, Lieutenant Colonel - World War II & Korean War Combat Veteran
William D. Vile, Staff Sergeant, Iraq, Killed In Afghanistan - BSM, PH
Thomas McCurdy Vincent, Brigadier General, USMA, Civil War - INFORMATION NEEDED
Webster Vinson, Colonel, Signal Corps - INFORMATION NEEDED
Louis O. Vipperman, Colonel, WWII, Vietnam - Special Forces Officer - LM, BSM, AM
Ralph Hadley Viskochil, Colonel, US Military Academy, Career Officer, Left Too Soon
Robert Edmund Visscher, Colonel, Signal Corps, Korean War, Vietnam - Self-Made Man
Gustave Edward Vitt, Lieutenant Colonel - Communications Specialist -Signal Corps
Edward Barry Vogel, Colonel  - Artillery Comander Killed In Vietnam
Joe B. Vogel, Second Lieutenant, WWII Combat Aviator - POW - US Information Agency
Adolphus H. Von Luettwitz, Major, From Prussia - Civil War, Indian Wars
Fred A. Von Rembow, Captain, World War II, Korean War, Bronze Star (2)
Loyd Birch Vorhies, First Lieutenant, Air Service - Killed In World War I - INFO NEEDED
Frances A. Voyer, Major, Women's Army Corps, WWII, Bronze Star Medal
Peter Dumont Vroom - Brigadier General, Civil War

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John Monroe Wack, United States Army - Lost Both Legs In WWII Land Mine Incident - PH
Carl Wadleigh, Specialist 4, Mistakenly Listed As A Deserted - Killed In Vietnam
Anthony M. Wagner, Command Sergeant Major, WWII, Korean, Vietnam - LM, BSM
Arthur Ray Wagner, First Sergeant - By His Loving Granddaughter
Rex E. Wagner, Corporal, Killed In Korea In 1950 - Returned Home In 2007 - PH, CIB
Russell Wayne Wagner, Private First Class, Controversal Burial - Convicted Double Murderer Who Died In Prison - REMOVED JANUARY 2007
Jack J. Wagstaff, Major General, World War II, Korea, Vietnam
Christian Wahl, Major, Signal Corps - INFORMATION NEEDED
The Lutz Wahl Family, An Army Tradition
Albin F. Wahlstrom, Corporal - Spanish-American War - Died In 1950
Robert Powell Page Wainwright - Major, Killed In Philippine Insurrection
Donald Y. Wakefield, Colonel, Vietnam War - Chief of Army News Division - LM
Charles Carroll Walcutt, Jr., Brigadier General, USMA - Son of An Army Officer - INFORMATION NEEDED
Brett Eugene Walden, Sergeant, Special Forces, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - BSM
Wilhelm Waldmeyer: Pvt 61st Pennsylvania Infantry - Killed In Civil War
Harry Wald, Brigadier General (ANG), Decorated In WWII, Caesars Palace President
James Taylor "Jamie" Waldron, Sergeant - Killed In Action, Vietnam War
Arthur Richard Walk, Brigadier General, World War I, World War II - SS, LM, BSM
Billy Bob Walkabout, Second Lieuenant, Vietnam War - Distinguished Service Cross, SS, BSM, PH - Highest Decorated Native American In Vietnam
Benjamin M. Walker, Captain, Killed In Action, Korean War - PH
Duncan Stephen Walker, Brigadier General, Civil War - Great-great-grandson of Benjamin Franklin
George J. Walker, Brigadier General, Quartermaster/Intelligence Officer - Vietnam War - DSM, LM, AM
James E. Walker, Major, All-Black DC Separate Battalion, Mexican Border, WWI
Jeffery C. Walker, Sergeant - Killed In Helicopter Crash - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Richard T. Walker, Master Sergeant, Special Forces - Vietnam War
Robert Benjamin Walker, Captain - WWII, Killed In Action In Korea - DSC, SS, PH
Walton Harris Walker, General - WWII & Korea  - Killed In Jeep Accident
William George Walker, Brigadier General, Mexican Border, WWI, WWII
Jacob Walkin, Captain, WWII Intelligence Officer - Foreign Service Officer
Edwin W. Wall, Sergeant, Killed In The Philippines Insurrection By Gunshot
Orindatus S. B. Wall, Captain - Civil War Black Officer & Doctor
Matthew P. Wallace, Corporal, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Michael John Wallace, Sergeant, Missing In Action In Vietnam - In Memory Of Stone In Arlington
Robert W. Wallace Jr., Corporal, World War II - Greviously Wounded At Normandy On D-Day - SS, PH
William Miller Wallace, Brigadier General - Civil War & The Indian Wars
Calvin A. H. Waller, Lieutenant General - Deputy Commander of Desert Storm
Jonathan Michael Walls, Corporal, Iraq, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom, - PH, BSM
Johnny C. Walls, Sergeant, Killed In Afghanistan - Operation Enduring Freedom - BSM, PH
George S. Walochik, Major (World War II), Analyst, Central Intelligence Agency
David William Walsh, Captain, Killed In Vietnam - DSC, BSM, PH, CIB - An American Hero
Maud Getty Walsh, Military Mother, United States Army, Daighter of George Washington Getty, Mother of Orville E. Walsh
Charles William Walson. Colonel - USMA, World War II, Korean War
Mercer Christie Walter, Major General, USMA - WWII, Korea, Cold War - DSM, LM, BSM, PH
Vernon A. Walters, Lieutenant General, WWII, US Ambassador, CIA Official
Clifford Stevens Walton - Major, Spanish-American War - Lawyer
James J. Walton, Lieutenant Colonel, USMA, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - PH
Christopher Ian Walz, Private First Class, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - PH, BSM
William W. Wanamaker, Brigadier General, USMA Class Of 1918, Died At Age 101
Stephen Albert Wanderer - Second Lieutenant, WWII Air Crash
Franklin Wilmer Ward, Major General, Spanish-American War, World War I, The Adjutant General of New York State
George Silver Luttrell Ward, Captain, Civil War & Indian Wars
Justin Ward, Captain, Army Aviator, 82nd Airborne - Killed In Tragic Automobile Accident
Henry Clay Ward, Brigadier General, Civil War, Prisoner of War, 44 Years In The Army
Leonard Cecil Ward, Brigadier General - WWII, Assistant Director, Army National Guard
Nathaniel Plummer Ward III - Colonel, WWII, Vietnam, Vietnam Wall
James Arthur Warfield, Sr., Chief Warrant Officer 3, Vietnam War - BSM, PH
John Breckinridge Warfield, Captain, Killed In Action, World War I, Argonne Forest - INFORMATION NEEDED
James Philip Waring, Private First Class - Killed In Koean War
John William Warner, Major, Medical Corps, World War I - Verdun Medal
William T. Waren, First Sergeant, Killed In Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom - BSM, PH
Juanita Warman,Lieutenan Colonel, Killed In Terrorist Attack At Fort Hood, Texas, In November 2009
John P. Washington, First Lieutenant (Chaplain) Sacrificed His Life So That Others Might Live - WWII - DSC, PH
Herbert M. Wassom - Brigadier General, Victim of Terrorism In Pakistan
John Charles Waterman, Colonel, USMA - Cavalry Officer - Indian Wars - INFO NEEDED
William Edwin Waters, Colonel, USMA, Infantry - WWII, Korean War, Panama Canal
Gerald Edward Watkins, Specialist 4, Killed In Action, Vietnam War - PH - INFO NEEDED
Louis Douglass Watkins, Brigadier General - Civil War - Son In Law of L. H. Rousseau
Donald Scott Watson, Lieutenant Colonel, USMA, Defense Intelligence Agency
Edwin M. Watson, Major General, Military Assistant & Secretary to President Franklin D. Roosevelt - DSM
Richard Wayne Watson, Captain, Aviator - Killed In Vietnam - Father An Air Force General
Casey Watters, Staff Sergeant, Survived 2 Tours In Iraq Only To Die Of Cancer At Home - PH
Kenneth B. Watts, Warrant Officer, Died While On Duty - INFORMATION NEEDED
Kenneth B. Watts, Jr., Corporal, WWII, Pearl Harbor Survivor - Battle of the Bulge - PH
Allen R. Weamer, Private First Class - Killed In Action In Vietnam - PH
Erasmus Morgan Weaver, Jr., Major General, USMA - Artillery Specialist - Father of Walter Reed Weaver
Hanson Edward Weaver, First Lieutenant, 8th U. S. Infantry - Civil War
Todd W. Weaver, First Lieutenant, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - PH, BSM
Walter Reed Weaver, Major General, USMA, Air Corps, Early Aviator - Training Specialist, WWII
Alfred Norman Webb, Jr., Captain, USMA - Vietnam - SS, BSM W/V, PH, AM
Howard Lee Webb, Sergeant, Killed In Action, Vietnam War - PH
 Richard B. Webb, Colonel - Korea, Vietnam, Army Intelligence
George Ogilvie Webster, Major, USMA - Indian Wars - INFORMATION NEEDED
Robert K. Webster, Sergeant, WWI - Secret Service Agent - Killed In Line Of Duty In 1927
The Wedemeyer Family, An Army Tradition
Adrian Weeks, Major, United States Army - INFORMATION NEEDED
George Henry Weeks, Brigadier General, Civil War, QM General of the Army
George McDougall Weeks, Colonel, USMA - Son of George Henry Weeks - INFO NEEDED
Marion Merle Weeks, Captain - Son of George Henry Weeks - INFO NEEDED
Henry W. Weegeland, Lieutenant Colonel, George Patton's WWII Pilot, Highly Decorated
David Jee Weigle, Staff Sergeant, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - PH, BSM
Harold Edward Weiler, Colonel, Vietnam War - LM, BSM
Casper Willard Weinberger, Captain, World War II - Secretary of Defense
Joseph Michael Weiglein, Sergeant, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Ian P. Weikel, Captain, USMA - Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Daniel Weisel, Captain, Surgeon - Indian Wars - INFORMATION NEEDED
Edmund Turner Weisel, Major, World War I - Son of Daniel Weisel - INFORMATION NEEDED
Don L. Weiss, Lieutenant Colonel - WWII Casualty - Found 50 Years Later
Frank M. Welch, First Lieutenant, 54th Massachusetts Infantry - Civil War - "Glory"
Kenneth Welch - Warrant Officer, Killed In Beirut Bombing, 1984
Paul B. Welch, Jr., Colonel - Decorated Veteran of WWII & Korea
Alvin Charles Welling, Major General, USMA - WWII, Corps of Engineers, D.C. Board of Commissioners - DSM, LM
Chin Sun Pak Wells, Specialist, Killed In Terrorist Attack On The Pentagon: 11 September 2001
Briant Harris Wells, Major General, USMA, Indian Wars, SAW, WWI - Deputy Chief of Staff of the Army
Jack D. Wells, Colonel - World War II - Silver Star (2), Legion of Merit, Purple Heart
Michael Ray Werdehoff, Master Sergeant, Killed In Vietnam In 1968 - Returned Home In 2004 - PH
Richard Wersing, Lieutenant Colonel (Chaplain), World War II, Korean War - College Professor
Trall W. Wertz, Sergeant, Army Air Force - World War II Casualty - Bomber Crew Member - PH
Robert Henry Wescott, Colonel, Spanish-American War - Suicide Victim While On Active Duty
Kevin S. K. Wessel, Private First Class, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Henry Walton Wessells, Jr., Brigadier General, USNA, Civil War, Indian Wars, Son Of A General
Christopher J. West, Specialist, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - BSM, PH
David M. West, Major, Vietnam War, Defense Intelligence Agency
 Joseph Rodman West, Major General (Mexican & Civil War), US Senator
Laurent J. West, Sergeant, Killed In Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom - BSM, PH
Matthew J. West, Staff Sergeant, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - PH, BSM (2)
Theodore Sterling West, Lieutenant Colonel - Civil War, 24th Wisconsin Infantry - Brevet Brigadier General
Jack W. Weston, First Lieutenant, Air Forces, WWII, Killed In Landing Accident In Florida
Standish Weston, Captain, USMA - First USMA Rhodes Scholar - Died In 1935 At The Age of 33
Oscar Westover, Major General, Air Corps, USMA, WWI, Chief of Air Service, Son A Lieutenant General
Alexander Macomb Wetherill, Sr. - Major, Killed At San Juan Hill, Cuba
Alexander Macomb Wetherill, Jr., Colonel, United States Army - Infomration Needed
Richard Wetherill, Colonel, Infnatry Officer - INFO NEEDED
James E. Wharton, Brigadier General, WWI, WWII - Killed By A German Sniper In WWII - LM, PH
 Frank Wheaton, Major General, Civil War & Indian Wars
Earle Gilmore Wheeler, General - Chief of Staff During Vietnam War
John Parsons Wheeler, Jr. - Colonel, Highly Decorated, WWII
Joseph Wheeler - Confederate And US Army General & Member of Congress
Joseph Wheeler,Jr., Colonel, USMA, Spanish-American War, Philippines, Son of the General
Lester L. Wheeler, Brigadier General, USMA, WWII, Pearl Harbor, Korean War
Raymond Albert Wheeler - Lieutenant General, Army Engineer
William Baker Wheeler, Colonel, USMA - Indian Wars, Spanish-American War - INFO NEEDED
Gary Eugene Whipple, Specialist 4th Class, Killed In Vietnam - PH
Herbert Sydney Whipple, Major, Indians Wars, Spanish-American War, Son of Willian D. Whipple
William Denison Whipple - Brigadier General, Civil War
William Whipple, Jr., Brigadier General, USMA - Rhodes Scholar, WWII, Helped Develop The Marshall Plan After WWII
Jerald Allen Whisenhunt, Sergeant, Killed In Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom - BSM, PH
Garland Nelson Whistler, Colonel, Artillery Officer - Indian Wars, Spanish War, WWI - INFORMATION NEEDED
Malvern R. Whitaker - Lieutenant Colonel, Highly Decorated Combat Veteran
Robert Earl Whitbeck, Lieutenant Colonel, Died In The Vietnam War - INFO NEEDED
Frank White, Colonel, Spanish War, Philippines, WWII, Governor of North Dakota, US Treasurer
Lucas T. White, Sergeant, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Maudlyn White, Sergeant - Killed In Terror Attack On The Pentagon: 9-22-01
Miller Grieve White, Major General, WWI, WWII, Chief of Army Personnel, PH
Sandra White, Army Spouse & Government Employee - Killed In Terror Attack On The Pentagon: 9-11-01
Jim A. Whitecotton, Sergeant Major, WWII, Korean War, Normandy Invasion, D-Day, PH, BSM, LM, CIB
Ennis Clement Whitehead - Lieutenant General, WWI, WWII Air Commander - Highly Decorated
Daniel Powers Whiting, Colonel, USMA - Mexican War, Civil War
Royal Emerson Whitman, Captain, Cavalry Officer, Civil War, Indian Wars
Captain & Mrs. Stanely James Whitman, Submitted By A Loving Son
Charles Goodwin Whitmire, Colonel, Citadel - Survivor Of Coconut Grove Fire - Soviet Russia Expert
Courtney Whitney - Major General, MacArthur Chief of Staff, WWII
Folliott Augustus Whitney - Major, Killed In Philippines Insurrection
Henry Howard Whitney, Brigadier General, USMA - SAW, WWI, Distinguished Service Cross (DSC)
Samuel Marmaduke Whitside, Major - Civil War, Indian War, Wounded Knee
Victor M. Whitside, Major, Killed In World War I - PH - Son Of Samuel M. Whitside, USA
Warren Webster Whitside, Colonel, Son Of Samuel M. Whitside - INFORMATION NEEDED
Robert Albin Whitted, Sergeant - Killed In Action, Vietnam War - PH
Seth M. Whitten, Private, 8th Michigan Cavalary, Civil War - INFORMATION NEEDED
Harold Walter Whittier - Colonel, WWII, Korea, Vietnam - Submitted By Bobbe King
Eliphalet Whittlesey, Brigadier General, Civil War - Board of Indian Commissioners
Vincent Stilwell Whyland, First Lieutenant, Air Service, Night Bombing Section, World War I - INFO NEEDED
Fredrik William Wiant, Lieutenant Colonel, Corps of Engineers - Killed In Auto Accident
Robert Wick, Jr. - Major General, Korea Tank Commander, Physician
Robert S. Widdicombe, First Lieutenant, 29th Missouri Volunteers - INFORMATION NEEDED
Fred Wiese, Master Sergeant, Early Green Beret - Korea, Vietnam
Charles Edward Wiggins, First Lieutenant - WWII, Korea - Member of Congress - Federal Judge
Harvey Washington Wiley, Corporal, Civil War - Author of Pure Food Laws
Ronald Dean Wilkins, Colonel, Korea War, LM - Oil Company Executive
James W. Willford, First Lieutenant, Distinguished Service Cross (DSC) In Philippines Insurrection
Thaddeus E. Williams, Jr.  Captain, Killed In Vietnam In 1966, Buried In ANC In 1999
Ellis W. Williamson, Major General, A WARRIOR - WWII, Korea, Vietnam - DSC, DSM, SS, BSM, LM, AM, PH
Richard Bowditch Wigglesworth, Captain (WWI), Member of Congress, Ambassador
Donald Eugene Wilbourn, Colonel, USMA, WWII, Vietnam, Professor at USMA, SS, BSM, PH
Timothy Erastus Wilcox, Brigadier General, Physician, Surgeon - Civil War, Indian Wars - INFO NEEDED
John Hayhurst Wilder, First Lieutenant, Air Service - Killed In World War I - INFORMATON NEEDED
Robert C. Wiley, Captain, Killed In Action, World War II - Distinguished Service Cross (DSC), PH
John Darragh Wilkins, Colonel, USMA - Mexican War, Civil War, Indian Wars
Clyde David Wilkinson, Captain - Aviator - Lost Over Vietnam In 1971 - Returned Home In 1999
Garfield Robert Wilkinson, Sergeant, WWII, 82 Airborne, Normandy, Holland, Battle of the Bulge
Charles Willcox, Colonel, Medical Corps - INFORMATION NEEDED
Charles Ray Willeford, Sergeant - Decorated World War II Veteran & Award-Winning Author
Charles Edward Williams, Sr., Corporal - WWII, Gassed In The Trenches
Clarence Charles Williams, Major General, USMA - Chief of Ordnance - INFORMATION NEEDED
Dwayne Williams, Major - Killed In Terrorist Attack On The Pentagon: 11 September 2001
Eleazer Andrews Williams, Colonel, WWII, Battle of the Bulge - BSM, PH - Central Intelligence Agency
Ennis Turner Williams, Sergeant, Korea War, Vietnam War
Frank Savage Williams, Colonel, WWII, Quartermaster, Engineer - LM
Harry Craig Williams, Brigadier General, USNA - Spanish-American War, Philippines, WWI, DSM, SS
Harry O. Williams, Colonel, WWII, Korea, Vietnam - Distinguished Service Cross, Silver Star, Purple Heart
James Cutts Williams, First Lieutenant, Killed In The Philippines - Son of Robert Williams
Jeremiah Williams, Lieutenant Colonel, Civil War, 25th Ohio Infantry - Prisoner of War At Gettysburg
Joel G. Williams, Sergeant, Air Corps - Killed In 1944 (WWII), Returned Home in 1999
John Francis Williams, Major General - Private In WWI, General In WWII, Chief of National Guard Bureau
Lawrence H. Williams, Major General, WWII, D-Day Landings, Asst Army JAG
Robert Williams, Brigadier General - Civil War, Adjutant General of the Army
William Frank Williams, Colonel - Airborne Infantry Veteran of the Korean War
Willy Williams, Captain, Company Commander At The Normandy Invasion, D-Day
George McKnight Williamson, Colonel - USMA - Indian Wars, Spanish-American War
Raymond E. S. Williamson, Brigadier General, USMA - WWI, WWII - SS, LM, BSM
August W. Willige, First Lieuenant - Civil War, 69th Illinois Infantry - INFORMATION NEEDED
Deral E. Willis, Colonel - Artillery Officer & Vietnam Veteran
James A. Willis, Sr., Major, Spanish-American War, World War I - Father Of James A. Willis Jr.
James A. Willis, Jr., First Lieutenant, Air Corps - Killed In 1933 Crash Which Also Killed His Father And Major J. A. Parker
John Chancellor Willis, Jr., Lieutenant Colonel - WWII, Korean War, Vietnam War
Charles Andrew Willoughby, Major General, Controversal Intelligence Officer - DSM, SS
Victor J. Willson, Jr., Private - WWII Casualty - Found In 1992 In Holland
Arthur Harrison Wilson, Jr., Colonel, USMA - WWII, Korea - Airborne Officer - SS, LM, BSM, PH, AM, CIB
Charles Irving Wilson, Brigadier General - Civil War, Surgeon & Paymaster General - INFO NEEDED
Christopher M. Wilson, Sergeant, Killed In Afghanistan - Operation Enduring Freedom - BSM, PH
Ernest Judson Wilson, Corporal, WWI - Negro League Baseball - Elected to Baseball Hall Of Fame In 2006
Frank Elmore Wilson, Brigadier General - Military Physician & Surgeon
Gleason Woodrow Wilson, Lieutenant Colonel - WWII & Korea Veteran - D-Day At Normandy
Jamie D. Wilson, Sergeant - Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
John H. Wilson, Lieutenant Colonel, 173rd Airborne, Vietnam - SS, LM, BSM, PH, AM, CIB, AM
Lynnford Samuel Wilson, Jr., Colonel - Army - Army - Army
Margaret Uhler Wilson, First Lieutenant  - WWII Army Nurse (Bronze Star) & Army Wife
Matthew W. Wilson, Private First Class, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - PH, BSM
Mickey Allen Wilson, CWO - Killed In Vietnam In 1973 - Returned Home In 2000
Philip M. Wilson, Colonel, WWII, Korean War, BSM, LM
Richard Walter Wilson, Lieuenant Colonel, Korean War Veteran
Robert J. Wilson, Sergeant, Killed In Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom, BSM, PH
Thomas Wilson, Brigadier General, USMA, Civil War, Infian Wars
Walter King Wilson - USMA, Major General, World Wars I & II - DSM, LM
Walter King Wilson, Jr., Lieutenant General, USMA - Chief of Engineers - Son of a General - LM, DSM
Walter King Wilson III, Colonel, USMA - Corps of Engineers, Son & Grandson of Generals - INFO NEEDED
William Eris Wilson, Chief Warrant Officer, Mexican Border, WWI, Died In The Panama Canal Zone On Active Duty
Frederick Winant, Captain, WWI, DSC, SS - INFORMATION NEEDED
Nathan L. Winder, Sergeant, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - BSM, PH
Philip E Windorski, Jr., Chief Warrant Officer, Army Aviator - Killed In Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH, BSM, AM
Julius Windsbecker, Major, Indian Wars, Civil War
Alan F. Winslow, Second Lieutenant, Air Service - 1st U.S. Air Victory In WW I - Distinguished Service Cross
Eben Eveleth Winslow, Brigadier General, USMA - Engineers - World War I - DSM
William Randolph Winslow, Colonel, USMA - Son of A General, Died of Pneumonia In Europe During WWII - DSM
Frederick W. Winter, Major, Died While A Prisoner of War In Korea
Franklin Dennis Winters, Sergeant, US Army Rangers - Remembered By His Loving Mother
Leston M. Winters, Staff Sergeant, Killed In Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom - PH, BSM
William W. Winlock, Major - Decorated Army Chaplain
Charles D. Winn, Colonel, VMI - World War I Artillery Commander - DSM
Theodore J. Wint, Brigadier General - Civil War, Indian Wars, Spanish War, Philippines, Boxer Rebellion
Samuel Wirrick, Corporal, Killed In Korea In 1953 - Returned Home In 2007 - PH, CIB
John Sheshol Witcher, Brevet Brigadier General, Civil War - Pension Agent - Member of Congress
Frank Witchey, Technical Sergeant, Army Bugler - Played Taps For WWI Unknow, Presidents Taft & Wilson
Keith Michael Witt, Sergeant Major - 30-Year-Career, Vietnam Veteran
Edgar M. Wittan, Colonel, Air Forces - Killed In Air Crash During WWII - Brother of Robert M. Wittan - SS, DFC, AM
Robert N. Wittan, First Lieutenant, Killed In Action, WWII - PH - Brother of Edgar M. Wittan
Kevin M. Witte, Sergeant, Killed In Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH, BSM
Ernest A. Wittmann, Corporal - 15th U.S. Cavalry - Died In 1956
Zachery Ryan Wobler, Sergeant, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Jesse Paine Wolcott, Second Lieutenant (WWI), Member of Congress, Govt Official
Carlyle Phillip Woelfer, Colonel, WWII, Korean War, Vietnam War
John B. Wogan, Major General, Armor Officer, USMA, WWI WWII Combat Commander
William Sidney Wolf, Jr., First Lieutenant, Company G, 132 Infantry - World War I - Killed In Action - PH
Walter McI. Wolfe, Colonel, Corps of Engineers, World War I - Virginia Military Institute (VMI)
Robert R. Wolff, Lieutenant Colonel - Decorated Vietnam Veteran
Richard James Womack, Colonel - Korea & Vietnam: From Private To Colonel
Claudius William Womble - First Lieutenant, Early Army Aviator, WWII
Jacob W. Wingo, Private - D-Day Invasion In WWII, Killed In Batle of the Bulge The Day Before His Son Was Born
Robert Allen Wise, Specialist, Killed In Action, Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Charles Ogden Wood, Major, Civil War, Indian Wars - INFORMATON NEEDED
Leonard Wood, Jr., Captain, WWI - Not A Success In Life - Died In New York At The Age Of 39
Myron Ray Wood, Brigadier Generall, World War I, World War II - INFO NEEDED
Oliver Wood, Brigadier General, Civil War - INFO NEEDED
Oliver Ellsworth Wood, Brigadier General, USMA - Civil War, Indian War, Spanish-American War
Robert Hornsby Wood, Second Lieutenant, Killed In Action, Korean War - SS, PH, CIB
William E. Wood, Corporal, Killed In Action In 1950, Korean War - Returned Home In 2006 - PH
William Ned Wood, Lieutenant Colonel, WWII, Central Intelligence Agency
Winthrop S. Wood, Brigadier General, Spanish-American War, Boxer Rebellion, Philippines, WWI - DSM, SS, PH
French B. Woodall, Colonel, Civil War - 151st Illinois Infantry - INFORMATION NEEDED
Philip Trasher Woodfin, First Lieutenant, Civil War, Governor, National Soldiers Home - INFO NEEDED
Charles L. Woodhouse - First Lieutenant, Drowned In Philippines, 1906
Michael R. Woodliff, Sergeant - Killed In Action, Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Ezra Woodruff, Colonel, Medical Corps - Civil War - INFORMATION NEEDED
Harry Adsit Woodruff - First Lieutenant, Killed In Philippine Insurrection
Mildred Irene Clark Woodman, Colonel - Chief of the Army Nurse Corps - Pearl Harbor Survivor
Freddie Russel Woodruff, Specialist 5 & CIA Officer, Murdered In Soviet Georgia In 1993
George G. Woodruff, Captain, 32nd Wisconsin Volunteers, Civil War - INFORMATION NEEDED
Thomas Mayhew Woodruff - Major, USMA, Killed In Philippines - Stone By Tiffanys
William T. Woodruff, First Lieuenant, Killed In The Civil War - One Of The First Officer Burials In Arlington National Cemetery
The Wood & Vroom Families
Arthur Hale Woods, Colonel, WWI Air Service, NYC Police Commissioner
Peter Neilson Woods, Master Sergeant, Vietnam War - Bronze Star Medal (4)
Albert Emmett Woodson, Brigadier General, Civil War, Indian Wars - INFO NEEDED
George A. Woodward, Brigadier General - Civil War & The Indian Wars
Robert Griffith Wooleyhan, Colonel - WWII Veteran - Military District of Washington
James Barton Woolnough, Colonel, World War I, Father of James K. Woolnough - INFORMATION NEEDED
James Karrick Woolnough, General - USMA - WWII, Korea, Vietnam
Walter James Woolwine, Lieutenant General, USMA - WWII, Korea, Vietnam - His Beloved Wife Is At ANC
Wendell Howard Woolworth, Major, Mexican Border Campaign, World War I, Purple Heart Medal
Sidney Clay Wooten, Major General, USMA - World War II, Korea - DSM, SS, LM, CIB
William Preston Wooten, Brigadier General, USMA, Engineers, Philippines, WWI - DSM
Hubert Work, Colonel - Medical Officer In WWI - Government Official
World War II Bomber Crew Laid To Rest: 21 August 2000
James T. Wortham, Colonel - Veteran of WWII & Korea (Heartbreak Ridge)
James Martin Worthington, Brigadier General, USMA, WWII, Air Defense Commander, LM, BSM
Raymond Dales Wortley, Captain, 26th Infantry, 1st Infantry Division, Killed In World War I, PH
William Wallace Wotherspoon, Major General - Indian Wars, SAQ, Philippines, Chief of Staff
Steele Wotkyns, Major - Field Artillery - INFO NEEDED
Thomas A. Wren, Lieutenant Colonel, Served Also In Afghanistan - Killed In Operation Iraqi freedom - PH
Elam Windom Wright, Jr., Colonel - WWII, Vietnam - Combat Commander - DSC, PH
Gregroy A. Wright, Sergeant, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Horatio Gouverneur Wright, Major General - Chief of Engineers - Built Washington Monument
John Montgomery Wright, Brigadier General, USMA - Adjutant General of Kentucky - INFO NEEDED
Lee Otis Wright, Lieutenant Colonel, USMA - WWI, Ordnance Corps, Air Service - Killed In 1925 Aircraft Accident
Leonora Smith Wright - Army Nurse, Civil War
Mary McBride Wright, Lieutenant Colonel - 20-Year-Career, Legion of Merit
Joseph Payson Wright, Colonel, Civil War - Assistant Surgeon General of the Army
Kyle J. Wright, Specialist, Killed In Afghanistan - PH, BSM
Thomas H. Wright - Colonel, WWII & Korea Veteran
Luke C. Wullenwaber, First Lieutenant, Killed In Action In Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Harold Wurtz, Second Lieutenant, Air Corps - Killed In 1945 & Found In 1999
Charles Edward Wyckoff, Jr., Sergeant, Killed In Afghanistan - Opeation Enduring Freedom - PH
Leslie Haynes Wyman, Colonel, World War II - Relative of W. G. Wyman - INFORMATION NEEDED
Margaret Finch Wyman, Army Spouse, Wife of Major John M. Wyman - Relative of W. G. Wyman - INFORMATON NEEDED
Willard Gordon Wyman, General - USMA - WWII - DSC, DSM, LM, SS, BSM - INFORMATON NEEDED
Peter Wyne, 2nd U. S. Infantry - Superintendent, Arlington National Cemetery - INFORMATION NEEDED
Bernard P. Wytko, Sergeant, World War II, Prisoner of War - INFO NEEDED

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Michael J. Xenos, Lieutenant Colonel - USMA, Career Signal Corps Officer

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Ida Louise Schaefer Gerstner Yackow - WWII Army Nurse - Bronze Star
Sara C. Yakovac, Army Daughter - A Bright Candle Extinguished Far Too Soon
Dustin Allan Yancey, Private First Class, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Uriah Yanger, Private, 116th Pennsylvania Infantry - Died During Civil War - INFO NEEDED
William Pelham Yarborough, Lieutenant General, USMA - WWII, Vietnam - "Father of the Green Berets" - DSM, LM, SS
Arthur A. Yates, Brigadier General, Died In California In 1930 - INFO NEEDED
Arthur Wolcott Yates, Brigadier General, Spanish-American War, World War I - QM Department
Douglas Richard Yates, Lieutenant Colonel, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, LM, BSM
Thomas R. Yenner, Second Lieitenant, AIr Force - Killed In 1944 Air Crash - Returned Home In 2007 - PH
Paul G. Yessler, Colonel - Medical Officer, WWII, Korea, Vietnam
Samuel S. Yoder, First Lieutenant (Civil War) & Member of Congress
John Paul Yoshimura, Major, Interned in Prison Camp As A Youth - Vietnam War
Anthony R. C. Yost, Master Sergeant, Special Forces, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Bennie E. Young, Major, Army Aviator - Korea, Vietnam War - PH
Edward Benjamin Young, Jr., Captain - World War II & Korean War Veteran
Charles B. Young, Private, 23rd Infantry - Civil War - Died Of Disease In Washington, D.C.
Charles Young - USMA, First Black Army Colonel - Spanish-American War, Mexican Border, Sequoia National Park
Daniel John Young, Captain, Ordnance Department - INFORMATION NEEDED
Frederick Sion Young, Colonel, Texas Infantry - Spanish-American War - INFORMATION NEEDED
George Haywood Young, Jr., Brigadier General, WWII, Korea, Vietnam, One of the Most Highly Decorated Officers In His Era - DSM, SS, PH, LM, BSM, AM
Joseph Rogers Young, Lieutnant Colonel, Physican - Medical Officer, World War II
Robert E. Young, Lieutenant Colonel, WWII Artillery Officer, CIA, FEMA Official
Samuel Baldwin Marks Young - Chief of Staff
William Heaton Young, Colonel - USMA, Vietnam War, Airborne, Special Forces
George Youngblood, Colonel, Vietnam War - LM, DFC, BSM
Kelly David Youngblood, Private, Killed In Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Edward Younger, Sergeant  - Selected WWI Unknown Soldier

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George Andrew Zacharias, Colonel, WWII, Korea, Vietnam - Counter-Terrorism Specialist, LM
John Kenneth Zahn, Jr., Private First Class, Killed In France, World War II - PH
Oleg Z. Zaleski, Lieutenant Colonel - WWII, Korean War - Senior Inspector, US Customs Service
Arthur Aaron Zalk, Captain, Air Corps - WWII, Killed In Test Flight In 1952
Stephen G. Zapasnik, Specialist, Killed In Iraq, Operation Iraqi Freedom - Vehicle Roll-Over
Almerico P. Zappone, Sergeant, Chief Disbursing Officer, U. S. Department of Agriculture
Francis Joseph Ziegler, First Sergeant, Korea & Vietnam - A Long And Dedicated Career
Kenneth E. Zeigler II, Private First Class, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - PH
Clarence Eugene Zieske, First Lieutenant, Air Corps, Killed In Action, World War II
Vernon Lloyd Zieske. First Lieutenant, Air Corps, Killed In Action, World War II
Kenneth E. Zigler, Private First Class, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom - BSM, PH
William D. Ziler, Colonel, World War II (Corregidor), Korea, El Salvador - LM, BSM
James G. Zimmerly, Colonel, Medical Pioneer & Vietnam Veteran - PH
Michael N. Zirkle, Colonel - 3 Tours of Duty In Vietnam, LM, BSM, Lawyer
Michael Henry Zwicker, Colonel, Quartermaster Corps - INFO NEEDED
Ralph Wise Zwicker, Major General, USMA - World War II, Korea - LM, SS, BSM

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