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World War 2 Casualties


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ADAMS James J 14091940 CPL DNB
ALLEN John E 34874847 PFC KIA
BRADLEY Wilborn O 34634740 PFC KIA
BRELAND Andrew L 34925736 PVT KIA
BROWN Meletious B Jr 34274895 SGT KIA
BUMPUS Bill 37067201 PFC DNB
DIXON William T 34987318 PFC DNB
COX Jasper E 34928380 PFC KIA
DAVIS Ray 34872999 PFC KIA
FOWLER John W 34133998 PVT KIA
GRESHAM Preston C 34989317 S SG DOW
HENSLEY Jewel 34601986 PVT KIA
LAKEY Robert M 34133970 CPL KIA
LEWIS Eugene T 0-017296 LT C DNB
MAY W B Jr 34278633 PFC KIA
NIXDORF Charles F 0-678312 1 LT KIA
NORRIS Clarence E 34229707 S SG DOW
ORMON Thomas H 34928376 PFC KIA
PINTER Irby 7006727 SGT DNB
RILEY John H Jr 34989286 PFC KIA
ROWLAND Raymond A 34925663 PVT KIA
SHELBY Albert M 14026973 S SG DOW
TUCKER Jim 34635656 PVT KIA
WILSON Clyde 34620844 PVT DNB

World War II Honor List of Dead And Missing
State of Mississippi
War Dept. June 1946

TYPE OF CASUALTY: This Is Indicated by the symbol at the far right of each column. An Individual who was killed in action, whether at the front or by enemy action In the rear areas, or If a prisoner of war, whether by air bombardment of his prison camp or by being shot while escaping, is designated “KIA.” Persons who were wounded and later died are marked “DOW”--died of wounds. Those who suffered fatal battle INJURIES as opposed to WOUNDS, In combat or In combat areas, and died In a line-of-duty status, are designated “DOI”--died of Injuries. Other line-of-duty deaths, such as from sickness, homicide, suicide or accidents outside combat areas (including training and maneuver deaths) are listed “DNB”- -died, non-battle, individuals who were determined to be dead under Public Law 480 are designated “FOD”--finding of death. Missing persons are marked with the, single letter “M”

Only those persons who died In a line-of-duty status are listed herein. individuals who were not in line of duty at the time of their deaths are not so listed. Though personnel not In line of duty are not listed, failure to find in these lists the name of a person known to be dead should not be taken as prima-fade evidence that such person died not in line of duty.

GRADE: This is synonymous with the misnomer “rank”, and the abbreviations which may be found in this book are as follows: GEN, General (four star); LT G, Lieutenant General, (three star); M G, Major General (two star); B G, Brigadier General (one star); COL, Colonel; LT C, Lieutenant Colonel; MAJ, Major; CAPT, Captain; 1 LT, First Lieutenant; 2 LT, Second Lieutenant; C WO, Chief Warrant Officer; WOJG, Warrant Officer, Junior Grade; FL 0, Flight Officer; AV C, Aviation Cadet M SO, Master Sergeant; 1 30, First Sergeant; T 30, Technical Sergeant; S SO, Staff Sergeant TEC3, Technician Third Grade; SOT, Sergeant; TEC4, Technician Fourth Grade; CPL, Corporal; TEC5, Technician Fifth Grade; PFC, Private First Class, and PVT, Private.


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