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  1. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941. Army Air Corps, Hickam Field
  2. air force general
  3. Military seal team 3 charlie platoon
  4. WWII (European Theater, 353rd Squadron), Korea - Fighter Ace, 20.5 victories
  5. General Ira Clarence Eaker (April 13, 1896 - August 6, 1987) was a general of the United States Army Air Forces during World War II. On April 30, 1945, General Eaker was named deputy commander of the Army Air Forces and Chief of the Air Staff
  6. WWII - Pearl Harbor survivor 7 Dec 1941; last Hawaiian survivor of USS Arizona, born 1915
  7. American foreign affairs and intelligence strategist. Author of Nights in the Pink Motel
  8. WWII: ETO. D-Day (Omaha Beach), Battle for Brest, Battle of the Bulge. 2 Purple Hearts
  9. WWII - Pacific; one of only two torpedo plane pilots of Torpedo Squadron Eight (VT-8) to survive after attacking the Japanese aircraft carriers during the Battle of Midway on 4 June 1942.
  10. World war 2 Fighter Ace - - 13 Kills -9th af mustang pilot, flew the p-51, p-80, l-5, c-47a, c-53, b-25, c-78, c-45, t-33, f-84g, rf-84f, b-17f
  11. Gunnery Sgt/One of three Marines that lowered the Embassy flag in Cuba the last time when the Embassy closed in 1961/ Marines who lowered the flag at the U.S. Embassy in Havana 5+ decades raise the Stars and Stripes once again there
  12. One of the few WWII paratroopers who made all four major jumps during the war - Sicily, Italy, Normandy and Holland
  13. Army sniper vietnam
  14. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941. USS Curtiss
  15. former Air Force General
  16. Colonel for the U.S. Air Force
  17. Rosie the Riveter --- Built WWII airplanes
  18. WWII Veteran, 5th Ranger Battalion climbed cliffs at Pointe du Hoc in Normandy on D-Day and was wounded about four months into his service
  19. USS Indianapolis survivor
  20. WWII - Pearl Harbor survivor; USS New Orleans (CA-32)
  21. WWII - Fighter Ace, 7 victories. Europe, 56th Fighter Group ('Zemke's Wolf Pack'), 62nd Fighter Sqadron. Few the P-40, P-47, P-51, F-84, F-100. Also served in Korea (23 January 1951, 'Mig alley')
  22. WWII Navy Pilot Ace
  23. Retired General
  24. Man who claims to be the Sailor kissing a nurse on VJ Day in Alfred Eisenstadt's famous Life Magazine photo; from Charlotte, NC
  25. navy admiral
  26. WWII: D-Day nurse (Special Advance Group 56). Arrived at the the Royal Victorian Hospital outside Southampton, mid-February 1944 and prepared for D-Day; treated the first D-Day casualty 4 days after June 6, 1944
  27. Buffalo Soldiers of WW2 'Age 90'
  28. 325th fighter group checkerboard clanflew cover for 101st airborne band of brothers in ww2
  29. Jack Edwards  (3)
    'Spanish Civil War Veteran' 'International Brigade' 'British' Lives in Willington. Born: 08/13/1914
  30. WWII: Canadian / RAF Flying Ace, at least 19 victories, though assumed to have a much higher score, even by Nazi-German's war records. Highest scoring ace in the Western Desert Campaign
  31. Tuskegee Airmen
  32. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941. USS California
  33. Wasp (wwii pilot)
  34. Vietnam-lz-xray-we were soldeiers fame
  35. WWII: ETO. Survivor of the failed Operation Jubilee ('Dieppe Raid') on 19 August 1942, when 60% of the mostly Canadian landing force were either killed, wounded or captured. 14th Canadian Army Tank Regiment. POW until the end of the war
  36. Air Force Veteran; 2 Flying Crosses, Bronze Star, and 8 Air Medals; Author
  37. WWII US fighter pilot, Eagle Squadrons, 4th Fighter Group
  38. WWII: Red Army.Throughout the war, Efremova served as a nurse along the front lines in field hospitals. She is now 96 and lives with her daughter in Yakutsk, Russia
  39. Member of the Band of Brothers, 506th Easy Company WWII
  40. Commander 325 Fighter Wing
  41. WWII: Rosie The Riveter at the Willow Run plant in Michigan
  42. Congressional Medal of Honor recipient - WWII - Featured in Ken Burn's 'The War'
  43. Navy radioman on a Pacific landing craft during WWII. Took part in the Battle of Leyte Gulf. There at MacArthur's return, where he was entrusted to help bring 50 cases of whiskey to the officer's club
  44. army general
  45. Retired 4 Star General
  46. Commander Air Force Flight Test Center
  47. German WWII Awarded Knights Cross of the Iron Cross
  48. Retired General
  49. Air Force General
  50. WWII - D-Day, Pointe-du-Hoc. 2nd Ranger Battalion. Scaled a 100-foot cliff while taking constant fire from German troops to take out six 155mm guns at Pointe-du-Hoc
  51. Retired German Air Force General. He was Inspector of the Air Force, the senior Air Force appointment, and Deputy Supreme Allied Commander Europe. German WWII Veteran
  52. General during World War II, 34th President of the United States
  53. WWII: D-Day Pathfinder. 82nd Airborne
  54. army general israel
  55. British World War II veteran, famous for destroying German tank ace Michael Wittmann's tank; seems to be living in Rushden, Northamptonshire
  56. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941, USS Conyngham
  57. 'Tuskegee Airmen' one of their Aircraft Mechanics
  58. WWII: D-Day, USS Augusta. Met and talked to King George VI during inspection
  59. WWII - Battle of Midway Pilot
  60. Former Surgeon General 1993-1994
  61. US Marine Corps; Security for FDR, Warm Springs, GA; Pacific theater (Guadalcanal)
  62. Tuskegee Airman
  63. WWII: Pearl Harbor Survivor, 7 December 1941. Camp Malakole
  64. WWII - D-Day. Radio man on Landing Ship Tank LST 281 towing landing craft to Utah Beach on June 6, 1944
  65. Born 1920, WWII Battle of Britain pilot, one of only 7 remaining
  66. British RAF, Pilot During WWII: D-Day, Battle of Britain
  67. WWII: Atlantic. Served on the USS Block Island (CVE-21)
  68. Pearl Harbor Survivor (1918-2008). survived the explosion of the USS Shaw
  69. WW2 air ace - 7 Kills - USAAF
  70. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941. USS Pennsylvania
  71. army general
  72. army general
  73. Last surviving veteran of The Battle of Knightsbridge that was fought in North Africa in June 1942 during WW2
  74. Tuskegee Airmen
  75. navy admiral
  76. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941. USS Rigel (AR-11
  77. Navy Admiral
  78. Rosie the Riveteer during WW2
  79. army general
  80. air force marshal england
  81. William Ely  (2)
    Born: Dec. 29, 1911, World War 2 Veteran and the oldest living graduate of West Point Academy
  82. WWII - Pearl Harbor survivor. US Army staff sergeant and photographer who took the first air-to-air photographs of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941, taken from on board a B-17 which happened to be flying in on December 7, 1941
  83. navy admiral
  84. Retired U.S. Navy - former Commanding Officer of the USS Duluth (LPD-6)
  85. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941. Served in the Admiral?s Band on the USS Pennsylvania. He was 'armed' with a French horn readying himself to play morning colors when the Japanese attacked
  86. WWII - Pearl Harbor survivor 7 December 1941, USS Honolulu. Moved to Hawaii and devotes his time to identify sailors buried in unmarked graves; recognized by the National Park Service for his efforts
  87. Fighter ace world war 2 5th fighter sq, p-39, p-40, p-51, spitfire
  88. member of pappy boyington's Black sheep squardron
  89. WWII - USS Hornet (CV-8), Doolittle Raid, VF-11 The Sundowners
  90. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941. Naval Air Station Kaneohe on Ford Island
  91. Survivor Korean Death March/29th Regimental Combat Team/Captured Oneui on 7/26/1950, marched 40 miles south of Manchurian border, some 600 miles. POW for 3 months & was one of 23 survivors of 1,500 captured men/Recipient of the Purple Heart
  92. US Navy WWII pilot, born 1921. Flew supplies and mail across the Pacific theater. Flew many Bataan Death March survivors home to Hawaii. Hit spots including Iwo Jima, Tarawa, Saipan, Okinawa, Midway, Wake and the Aleutians. Flew C-47, C-54, PBY, SBD Dive
  93. German ww2 pilot
  94. WWII: Survivor of the failed Operation Jubilee ('Dieppe Raid') on 19 August 1942, when 60% of the mostly Canadian landing force were either killed, wounded or captured
  95. Former Sniper for the United States Marine Corps 3rd Marine Division during the Vietnam War
  96. Abu Ghraib, fiasco
  97. WWII-Pilot, Lt. USAF (Ret.), 366th Fighter Group, 391st Fighter Squadron
  98. JFK: Security aboard the White House helicopters serving presidents Dwight D. Eisenhower and John F. Kennedy whom he met both
  99. WWII. PTO. Army Air Corps
  100. Officer on board the USS Liberty when it was attacked by the Israelis during the 6 Day War in 1967
  101. Crewmember on the USS Ward 139, the first American Ship to engage the Japanese in WW2 at Pearl Harbor when it sank thier mini-submarine
  102. vietnam war air force hero
  103. WWII - WASP (Women Army Service Pilot)
  104. Former Israeli flying ace, pilot
  105. To receive the Medal of Honor
  106. Centenarian, US Marine veteran of WWI (1899-2001)
  107. WW2 WASP appointed Squadron Commander for the 6th Ferry Command/only woman during war to be awarded the Air Medal for her service/Flew medium-size bombers A-20, A-26 and B-25, the cargo craft DC-3, C-54 & mighty B-17 Flying Fortress bomber
  108. Night Fighter LTC
  109. WWII: German Wehrmacht soldier
  110. Lz xray 1965 namwas in betonia,ms but not now?
  111. British army officer awarded the Victoria Cross in June 1940
  112. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, USS Cassin
  113. ww 11 army air corps hero (cmh)
  114. USS Indianapolis Survivor
  115. WWII: Made 5 combat cruises on submarine USS Parche (SS-384) in the Pacific
  116. WWII Veteran - Pearl Harbor Survivor
  117. WWII: Served in the Asiatic theater, transporting cargo from India to China. 3468th Quartermaster Truck Company
  118. WWII (ETO): B-17 crew member, 381st Bomb Group, 532nd Squadron, 8th Air Force
  119. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941
  120. air force general businessman
  121. Retired Air Force General
  122. WWII: PTO. Battle of Okinawa
  123. WWII Pearl Harbor survivor. USS Ward, which is credited with firing the first U.S. shots of World War II
  124. Navajo Bougainville Code Talker/2nd All-Navajo Platoon 297/Stationed in Guadalcanal, Guam, Iwo Jima and other Pacific locations for just over two years
  125. The last surviving Monuments Men (1943-1946) Born:1926
  126. vietnam war air force hero
  127. Tuskegee Airmen
  128. WWII: 76th Field Artillery Battalion. Fought from France to Pilzen
  129. Australian Coast Watcher in Pacific theatre in WW II/Chiefly remembered for playing significant part in rescue of future President John F. Kennedy and his surviving crew after Torpedo Boat, PT-109, was sunk by enemy action in August 1943
  130. WWII: D-Day, Omaha Beach. 116th Infantry regiment, 29th Division, in the first wave
  131. David Evans  (6)
    RAF officer
  132. WW2 2nd Armor Light Recon Tank Gunner/WIA POW/Advised to movie 'Fury', was in North Africa, Sicily, Normandy, Belgium, Holland and Germany/Lives in Upper Providence, PA./Age 97
  133. Jack Evans  (4)
    WWII - Pearl Harbor survivor, USS Tennessee (BB-43). Winner of the Jitterbug contest at Bloch Arena on Dec. 6, 1941, during the semi-finals of the Battle Of The Bands 1941
  134. James Evans  (3)
    WWII Pearl Harbor survivor. Marine Pfc at Kaneohe Bay Naval Station
  135. WWII Pearl Harbor survivor. Chief Petty Officer USS Pelias
  136. association executive navy admiral
  137. WWII: USMC, K Company, 3rd Battalion, 1st Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division (the famous K/3/5). Battle of Peleliu and Okinawa
  138. WW2 Flying Ace, Eagle Squadron 121, 335th FS 4th Fighter Group, 359th Fighter Group - 6 Kills - USAAF
  139. world war 2 fighter ace navy 8 1/2 kills
  140. Royal military
  141. United States Navy Rear Admiral
  142. WWII: British Atlantic convoy veteran (USA to UK), Arctic veteran (aboard the HMS Wanderer, in the disastrous PQ-17 convoy) and D-Day veteran (escort convoys to the landings)
  143. US Army member served in somalia. Josh Hartnett played him in the movie 'Black Hawk Down'. He is the author of the book 'The Battle of Mogadishu'
  144. WW2/Member of codebreakers of Bletchley Park
  145. WWII: D-Day paratrooper. 3rd Battalion, 501st Parachute Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne
  146. WWII: ETO. 45th Infantry Division. Italy to Germany
  147. WWII: CBI. Battle of Hong Kong veteran. POW until the end of the war
  148. navy admiral