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  1. (Born 1916) US Navy WW2 Veteran. Provided support at D-Day. Oldest known WW2 Veteran in Kentucky
  2. WWII: PTO. Navy radar operator. Served aboard the USS South Dakota (BB-57)
  3. us army colonel war hero. world war 2,korea and vietnam.jls
  4. WWII: PTO. USMC. Battle of Peleliu, Battle of Okinawa
  5. WWII: Atlantic. Served on the USS Block Island (CVE-21)
  6. Army Air Corps.1st mission firebombing mission Hamm, Germany Feb, 1945. Flew 23 missions/part 8th Air Force, Rookie crew, 1st combat mission, bomber Last plane in formation to pass over the target - position known as 'Tail End Charlie'
  7. One of six remaining survivors from the U.S.S. Arizona as a result of the attack on Pearl Harbor. He is supposed to be living in West Warwick R.I. according to newspaper reports
  8. WWII: ETO. D-Day, Market Garden, Battle of the Bulge. 307th AB Engineers, 82nd Airborne Division
  9. WWII: ETO. Battle of The Bulge. 84th Infantry Division
  10. Former Commandant or Chief of Staff for the Marines
  11. medal of honor army vietnam
  12. General US marine
  13. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941. USS Argonne
  14. Easy Company' 'Member of a Band of Brothers'
  15. WWII: PTO. Battle of Peleliu, Battle of Okinawa. 1st Marine Division. Knew Chesty Puller
  16. WWII: Company K, 1st Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division 'The Old Breed'. Awarded the Navy Cross for his actions on Peleliu, Palau Islands, on 15 and 16 September 1944
  17. Military/Indian Army - awarded Victoria Cross in April 1945
  18. Supreme Allied Commander Europe (1974-1979); Secretary of State (1981-1982)
  19. WWII - WASP (Women Airforce Service Pilots)
  20. Retired General
  21. British pilot from WW2, 'Battle of Britain'
  22. 4 Star General
  23. British WW2 pilot involved in the 'Battle of Britain'
  24. Medal of Honor WWII
  25. Finnish WWII Veteran
  26. WWII: D-Day veteran
  27. Mars task force, burma ww2 475th inf
  28. LCDR - US NAVY Blue Angels
  29. WWII U.S. Corporal - served in the 3rd Marine Division, participating in campaigns such as Guadalcanal, Bougainville, Guam, and Iwo Jima. Witnessed the iconic flag raising atop Mount Surabachi. Purple Heart recipient
  30. WWII: PTO. Underwater Demolition 5 (UTD5). Bronze Star
  31. WWII: PTO. USS Balch. Battle of Midway
  32. Howard Hall  (2)
    WWII: New Guinea (Battle of Buna-Gona), The Philippines (Battle of Luzon). 32nd Infantry Division
  33. WWII: British Arctic Convoy sailor
  34. (Born Jan. 3, 1924) US Army WW2 Veteran. Distinguished Service Cross Recipient, native of Madison
  35. Tuskegee Airman
  36. WWII: PTO. Battle of Guadalcanal, Battle of Okinawa. 6th Marines, 2nd Marine Division
  37. Former Sergeant Major of the US Army from 1997 to 2000
  38. world war 2 fighter ace VMF - 213
  39. WWII: PTO. Battle of Peleliu & Okinawa. 1st Marine Division
  40. Jack Hallett  (2)
    WW2 Fighter pilot cadet in Maxwell Field. Flew on the B-40, P-28, and P-47 (Born 1920) He flew a P51 Mustang for his 99th birthday
  41. (Born 1939) US Air Force Vietnam Veteran. Served from 1963 and retired in 1987 as a colonel
  42. WWII: ETO. 501st PIR, 101st AB. Operation Market Garden, Battle of the Bulge, Bavaria, occupation duty in Austria
  43. B-29 Bomber/ POW in Japan
  44. Ww2 british vetran
  45. WW2 veteran who fought in the Battle of El Alamein in North Africa, 1942. Born: 1921. He was Germany's youngest winner of the Knight's Cross -the highest award for bravery. He is now 95 and lives in Bad Munder, near Hanover, Germany
  46. Fleet Admiral
  47. US Army General
  48. German ww2 pilot
  49. (born 1939) is a retired United States Air Force colonel and a former deputy base commander of RAF Bentwaters, near Woodbridge, Suffolk. After serving in Vietnam, Japan and Korea, he was assigned to Bentwaters as deputy commander
  50. Commander US 19th Air Force
  51. Crewmember USS Ward 139, the first American ship in WW2 to engage the Japanese at Pearl Harbor when it sank thier mini-submarine
  52. Col. USAF pilot in the Berlin Airlift known as the 'candy Bomber' dropped candy to children from his plane over Berlin, flew the A-26, B-25, C-47, C-54 and C-74
  53. 4 Star General
  54. 'Bat 21' movie was his story of being shot down in vietnam
  55. Lz xray 1965 nam b co 1/7 cav
  56. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941. USS Maryland
  57. Former FBI undercover agent, author of The Last Undercover
  58. Flight Steward who served on Air Force One for Kennedy through Ford. Flew JFK into Dallas, then helped tear out seats to fit the casket in after the shot. Stayed in the area with Jackie Kennedy and JFK's body during the flight back to DC.
  59. Military, Former SAS member
  60. WW2 Navy who served on the USS King and Orlick during his time in service. (Born 1922)
  61. WWII Veteran from Alabama, just turned 100. Served aboard the USS King in the North Pacific
  62. US WWII Navy vet, born 1924. Served on the USS Phoenix for WWII, including Pearl Harbor and the Battle of Leyte
  63. John Hamilton  (2)
    WWII: British Army Major (1st King?s Dragoon Guards) who was evacuated from Dunkirk (Operation Dynamo, May/June 1940) along with 339.000 British, French and Belgian soldiers
  64. WW2 Spitfire pilot and Flight Commander who received the Distinguished Flying Cross for his attacks on enemy aircraft. Born: 1916 and recently reached his 100th birthday. Lives in a care home in Ammanford, South Wales, UK
  65. WWII: CBI. Last living member of the Merrill's Marauders, aka Unit Galahad, officially named the 5307th Composite Unit (Provisional), a US Army long-range penetration special operations jungle warfare unit
  66. (Born 1921) US Coast Guard WW2 Veteran. His job was to help soldiers from not drowning after getting off of the boats including at Normandy Beach
  67. Retired General
  68. Writer of Military works/military historian, with a focus on the military campaigns of the United States Marine Corps, and military action in World War II
  69. From Dartford, Kent, One of few surviving D-Day officers/Commanded five ?flail? or ?crab? tanks, belonging to the 22 Dragoons, equipped with a boom and chains to detonate mines/one of 1st soldiers to land at Juno Beach on 6 June 1944
  70. WWII - Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941. US Naval Hospital; later Costa Mesa mayor
  71. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941. Sub Base at Pearl Harbor
  72. African American WWII veteran. A Montford Marine, served in Guam in 1944
  73. army general
  74. WWII - Marine Corps, 3rd Battalion, 23rd Regiment, 4th Marine Division. Battles of Saipan, Tinian, and Iwo Jima. Wounded in the legs by a thrown hand grenade on Iwo Jima, hospitalized
  75. WWII: PTO. Battle of Guadalcanal, Cape Gloucester, Peleliu. 1st Marine Division
  76. John Hancock  (5)
    WWII: PTO. Anti-aircraft gunner on the USS Yorktown (CV-5, 'Fighting Lady'). Battle of the Coral Sea (May 1942), Battle of Midway (June 1942, when the Yorktown sank)
  77. WWII: PTO. USMC, 12th Defense Battalion. Battle of Peleliu
  78. USAF Col. (ret.) credited with the only known shoot down of a MiG with cannon fire above supersonic speed (Vietnam-June 2, 1972)
  79. WWII: Survivor of the disastrous PQ 17 Arctic Convoy, July 1942
  80. John Handy  (2)
    General John W Handy USAF CommanderUnified Combatant Command
  81. Retired Command Sergeant Major, Author of the book 'Inside Delta Force'
  82. WWII: ETO. D-Day, Omaha Beach. 1st Infantry Division
  83. USMC Major General (Ret.) Flown over 3300 hours in peace, contingencies and war within the Boeing CH-46E Sea Knight Helicopter, CH-53D Sea Stallion, CH-53E Super Stallion, UH-1N Huey, AH-1W Cobra and Bell - Boeing MV-22 Osprey Tiltrotor aircraft
  84. Flying Tigers WWII) Nurse
  85. U.S. Navy Ace WWII--[6 victories]- 1st USA Ace in a Day - Navy Cross
  86. WWII:: PTO. B-29 flight engineer 398th Bomb Squadron, 504th Bomb Group, 20th AF. Flew firebombing mission against Japan (incl. Operation Meetinghouse, 9th March 1945) to targets like Tokoy, Nagoya, Kobe. Shot down March 27, 1945
  87. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941. Also participated in the Battle of Midway as an aircrewman aboard one of the PBY Catalina aircraft
  88. devil dog defender (wake island) marines ww11
  89. 101st airborne division, ww2
  90. Retired Admiral
  91. air force general businessman
  92. WWII: One of the last 'Rats of Tobruk'. The Rats of Tobruk was the name given to the soldiers of the garrison who held the Libyan port of Tobruk against Rommel's Afrika Corps, during the Siege of Tobruk, Lybia
  93. navy admiral
  94. WWII TBF Avenger torpedo dive bomber pilot. Battle of Midway and the Battle of Guadalcanal. Torpedo Squadron 8. Received two Navy Crosses and three Air Medals. Featured in book, 'A Dawn Like Thunder.'
  95. WWII: PTO. Served on the USS Bunker Hill (CV-17); survived the Kamikaze attack on May 11, 1945 (Battle of Okinawa) when 390 sailors and airmen were killed and 264 wounded
  96. JFK - Air Force One Co-pilot in the Kennedy years, incl. Texas trip 1963
  97. WWII: PTO. US Navy Flight Nurse in the Pacific
  98. radio operator (memphis belle)
  99. WWII: PTO. Served on the USS Bunker Hill (CV-17); survived the Kamikaze attack on May 11, 1945 (Battle of Okinawa) when 390 sailors and airmen were killed and 264 wounded
  100. Samurai of the sky/Japanese Zero Pilot WW2/19 Victories/Public Speaker/Imperial Japanese Navy, and graduated from the service's 35th fighter pilot course/Lives @ NAGANO, Japan/
  101. WWII: ETO. Mortar men of the Nisei 442nd Regimental Combat Team, 100th Infantry Battalion
  102. WWII/Korean War - RAF pilot, later holding senior command roles in the RAF; author of a noted technical report that evaluated the performance and tactics of jet combat during the Korean War.
  103. German U-boat commander; over 100,000 tons sunk; 24th most successful commander in World War II.Born: 03/18/1913
  104. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, USS Medusa
  105. Man who claims to be the Sailor kissing a nurse on VJ Day in Alfred Eisenstadt's famous Life Magazine photo
  106. Peter Harding  (2)
    Military british air force marshall
  107. navy admrial
  108. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor aboard the USS Honolulu, 7 December 1941
  109. WWII Pilot - Tuskegee Airmen. B-29, B-36, P-47, P-51, B-57, KC-97 and AC-119K
  110. Last living black US WWI veteran (1894-2006) Son of ex - slaves
  111. WWII - Fighter Ace, 6.5 victories. VF-17. Ace-in-A-Day. ff-1, f6f-3, f6f-5, f9f-2, f9f-5, f9f-8t, f11f-1, f4u-1, fj-3, fj-3m, f4d-1, sbd, sbc-5, fh-1, f2h-2
  112. WWII: PTO. 2nd Battalion, 1st Marines. Seen in a famous photo of the Battle of Okinawa storming Wana Ridge
  113. Military
  114. WWII veteran WASP (Women Airforce Service Pilot) (flew the pt-19, BT-13, AT-6, BT-13n and B-17)
  115. Pioneering stewardess and WWII nurse, born 1916. Special duty nurse for Air Force Gen. Hap Arnold, after having been one of Delta's first ever stewardesses from 1940-43
  116. navy admiral
  117. Landed on Omaha Beach on D-Day June 6th 1944 with the 29th Division, 111th Artillery Battalion
  118. WWII - Co-pilot of the B-17 "Big Yank", 483rd Bombardment Group, 840th Bombardment Sq. Base: Sterparone, Italy; on March 24, 1945, they flew the longest escorted European bombing mission to Berlin, credited for destroying 3 Me-262's
  119. WWII: Member of Pappy Boyington's Black Sheep Squadron
  120. WWII: USS Indianapolis Survivor; author of the book 'Out of the depths'
  121. WWII: PTO. USMC. Cape Gloucester, Peleliu. Fought side by side with Chesty Puller
  122. British ace from WW2
  123. WWII: Merchant Marine
  124. Flying Tigers-headquarters staff
  125. David Harris  (9)
    Journalist/author. Known chiefly for anti-war activist during Vietnam War. Notably as leading opponent of Draft. 1967 Harris found organization called the Resistance, which persuaded men of draft age to refuse to cooperate with Selective Service System
  126. WWII: British Fairey Swordfish pilot who conducted U-boat searches to protect merchant ships during the Murmansk Runs,
  127. WWII: PTO. Served on the USS Bunker Hill (CV-17); survived the Kamikaze attack on May 11, 1945 (Battle of Okinawa) when 390 sailors and airmen were killed and 264 wounded
  128. 4 Star General
  129. Tuskegee Pilot
  130. (Born 1949) US Army Vietnam Veteran. Served as a rifleman with Company D, 1st Battalion, 501st Infantry Regiment in South Vietnam. Captured as a POW in June 1969 and was a POW for 135 days until being released by his captors
  131. (Born 1940) Vietnam War Veteran
  132. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941. USS Vega
  133. Viet nam war hero,last address was north decota
  134. Tuskegee Airmen
  135. WWII: PTO. Served on the USS Bunker Hill (CV-17); survived the Kamikaze attack on May 11, 1945 (Battle of Okinawa) when 390 sailors and airmen were killed and 264 wounded
  136. Staff Sgt. US Army (Ret.), Author, Motivational speaker
  137. WWII Fighter Pilot Aviation Ace (WWII-9 Kills) US Navy, VF-17/18
  138. army general
  139. Former Corporal of Horse (CoH) of the Household Cavalry of the British Armed Forces. He holds the record for the longest confirmed sniper kill in combat, at a range of 2,475 m (2,707 yd)
  140. WWII - D-Day; C-47 pilot who flew paratroopers of the 501th PIR (101st Airborne , 'Screaming Eagles') into Normandy
  141. Military
  142. US WWII Navy WAVES vet, born 1920
  143. WWII - Bataan Death March survivor
  144. army general
  145. US Military Officer, Politician (1773-1841). 9th US President (1841). Died just 31 days into his term of office
  146. WWII: D-Day. USS Augusta (task force flagship at Omaha Beach). Also in the Arctic Circle and the Mediterranean Sea. Had dinner with President Truman onboard the Augusta
  147. Vietnam War Veteran-SS Mayaguez Incident(Last Official Battle of The Vietnam War)
  148. 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. Canada's oldest and longest-serving officer
  149. WWII: Marine veteran of the Battles of Tarawa (1943) and Guadalcanal. 33 years in the Marine Corps, also served in Korea and Vietnam
  150. John Hart  (6)
    Born John Stewart Hart in New Brunswick, Canada, 1916; WWII Battle of Britain pilot, one of only 7 remaining. Reported to be living in Canada as of 2015
  151. WWII: PTO. Lieutenant in the US Marine Corps serving on the USS Enterprise until the end of WWII
  152. WWII: 82nd Airborne. Battle of the Bulge. Operation Varsity
  153. WWIIO: PTO. Battle of Iwo Jima. Purple Heart. 4th Marine Division (23rd Marines, 1st Battalion, Company A)
  154. US WWII Army vet,1st Armored Division ambulance driver in North Africa and Italy, born 1920
  155. Retired Army General
  156. Pioneer military aviator who survived 10 days in Alaska's wilderness after crashing in around-the-world flight attempt in 1924/1941 commanded an around-the-world flight of 24,600 miles set record of 121 hours & 55 minute
  157. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941. USS Argonne
  158. US WWII Army vet, born 1924. Served as a paratrooper in the Alsace campaign in France
  159. James Harvey  (2)
    Tuskegee Airmen Flew PT-17, BT-13, A-26, P-40, P-47, P-51, F-80, F-86, F-89, F-94 and the F-102
  160. 18th Field Artillery Brigade
  161. WW2 Marine/Served in Iwo Jima, Bougainville, Vella Lavella & Solomon Islands Campaigns/Silver Star Recipient/95 Years old in 2019/Loves the Marine Core with a passion
  162. SS camp guard
  163. Band of brothers 101st/506th pir ww2
  164. navy admiral
  165. Danish-born soldier and writer who has written pseudo-autobiographical novels based on his experiences in World War II
  166. WWII: Screaming Eagles paratrooper who served from D - Day to the end of the war in Austria. 506th PIR
  167. Former head of the Australian Defence Force and a WW2 and Korea veteran, knighted by the Queen in 1976, living in Australia
  168. WWII: US Marine Corps. One of the first Black Marines (Montford Point Marines) who served in the Pacific in WWII
  169. Lz xray 1965
  170. marine corps general
  171. army general
  172. air force general
  173. Saboteur from the U.S.S. Barb WWII
  174. Deep Freeze: he operated a quad-radar unit and built the control tower
  175. Child Actor, WWII Vet Appeared in 1921 Charlie Chaplin film 'The Kid' playing The Kid as an even younger kid/Tank mechanic with the 2nd Armored Hell on Wheels Division
  176. Usmc sniper nam-93 confirmed kills
  177. Vietnam vet, born 1943. Team leader of the UDT-11 frogmen who recovered the Apollo 11 Command Module. He opened the hatch and shook the hand of Neil Armstrong, the first out, welcoming him back home. He then scrubbed each astronaut with a disinfectant
  178. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor 7 December 1941. USS Worden
  179. Philanthropist. World War 2 Colonel under President Eisenhower.Founder of the Hauenstein Center for Presidential Studies.And Grace Hauenstein Library. Author of book 'Intelligence Was My Line: Inside Eisenhower's Other Command'. Born: 03/20/1912
  180. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941
  181. 'Empire Carpets' Spokesman, Famous US Commercial Jingle That Sings The Digits: 1-800-588-2300, Also WW II Vet & Barbershop Quartet Singer
  182. WWII: PTO. Served on the USS Bunker Hill (CV-17); survived the Kamikaze attack on May 11, 1945 (Battle of Okinawa) when 390 sailors and airmen were killed and 264 wounded
  183. WWII - 355th Fighter Group, 354th Fighter Squadron, European Theater, 5 victories. Also flew in the Korean War
  184. Ww2 fighter ace, f6f hellcat
  185. WWII: US Navy. PTO, USS Reid
  186. Congressional Medal of Honor recipient - WWII
  187. Storyteller, recording artist
  188. WWII - US Navy Flying Ace, 14 victories
  189. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941. USS Sacramento
  190. Korean War: One of the 'Non-Repatriated 23' who didn't return to the US after the end of the Korean War. Most ended up returning to the US; a maximum of 7 are still alive
  191. WWII/ETO: 393rd Infantry Regiment, 99th Infantry Division. Battle of the Bulge, Battle of Remagen (wounded by shrapnell while running across bridge)
  192. Military
  193. WWII: CBI. Battle of Hong Kong veteran. POW until the end of the war
  194. WW2 Navajo Indian Code Talker
  195. Congressional Medal of Honor recipient, US Army, WWII
  196. WWII - Iwo Jima survivor, US Marines Corps
  197. National Security Agency Director (1999-2005); CIA Director (2006-2009) retired United States Air Force four - star general
  198. WWII WASP -womens army service pilot, Flew the pt-17, at-6, bt-13, uc-78
  199. Bill Hayes  (4)
    WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941
  200. WWII veteran, last known survivor of the Coast Guard's USS Taney, which responded to the attack on Pearl Harbor, though the Taney itself was stationed near Honolulu when the attack began
  201. 19th President of the United States. Served from 1877-1881. He was a General in the Civil War and was wounded five times
  202. WWII US Fighter Pilot
  203. WWII: 159th Port Company. Served as a cook in Port Moresby, Australia, before a reassignment to New Hebrides. As of July 2019, Haymon is the second oldest WWII veteran in America, having been born 8 November 1909
  204. Captain and Iwo Jima Vet -USMC
  205. US Marines, WWII/Chinese Civil War/Korea/Vietnam, born 1930. Enlisting in 1945, he was sent to China to help return Japanese soldiers at wars end, and then to Okinawa to rid remaining (and still fighting) Japanese there
  206. Survivor, sinking of USS Indianapolis. Rank of Captain. Was chief medical officer of the ship
  207. WWII: US Navy. Survived the sinking of the USS Liscome Bay which was struck by a torpedo in the Battle of Tarawa (November 1943)
  208. B. February 16, 1920 was the first woman in the U.S. Military to be promoted to a general officer rank. She was promoted on June 11, 1970, after being appointed by President Richard Nixon on May 15, of that year.
  209. navy admiral
  210. WWII: PTO. Battle of Saipan. US Navy
  211. WW2 RAF pilot (RNZAF) fighter ace 5 victories battle of britain deceased
  212. Admiral, United States Navy, U.S. Chief of Naval Operations 1978 - 1982
  213. WWII: Battle of the Bulge. Bronze Star
  214. British ace from WW2, 5 victories
  215. (Born 1945) US Navy Vietnam Veteran. Served on the USS Rangell as a signalman
  216. POW Camp: Stalag Luft 4-- Stalag Luft 1 Prisoner
  217. Navy Admiral
  218. Former Nazi Hitler Youth Commander
  219. (Born 1947) US Army Vietnam Veteran. 1st Calvary Division. Recipient of the Bronze Star
  220. WWII: Survivor of the sinking of the SS Leopoldville on Dec. 24, 1944
  221. WWII: PTO. Survivor of the sinking of the USS Liscome Bay in the Battle of Tarawa on 23 November 1943 when 687 got killed
  222. WWII - Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941. USS West Virginia (BB-48); one of two men who survived the direct hit of a Japanese bomb on Turret No. 3; lived through 13 sea battles in World War II; saw combat in the Korean War
  223. WWII - D-Day. 29th Infantry Division, 3rd Battalion, 115th Regiment, Company I
  224. WWII - flight engineer and top turret gunner, "Flying Tigers", 22nd Bombardment Squadron
  225. WWII - Codebreaker; cracked Russian and German codes; does not speak or read any other language than English
  226. WWII: Arctic convoy veteran on the merchant tanker 'British Promise', carrying highly explosive airplane fuel during three convoys
  227. WWII veteran; 101st Airborne, Original Band of Brothers; co-author of 'Brothers in Battle: Best of Friends'
  228. Retired General
  229. Battle Zone Combat Rescue Pilot that fought for women's rights to fight in combat/Running for Senator for Texas
  230. (Born 1946) US Navy Vietnam Veteran. While serving aboard the USS Canberra, Hegdahl was blown overboard off the deck of the ship in the Gulf of Tonkin and was taken as a Prisoner of War by the North Vietnamese. POW from 1967 to 1969
  231. US Marine, 2 Vietnam tours of duty. Stationed on the USS Hornet in 1969 during it's Apollo 11 recovery, served as a guard of the crew and later, the command module. Held a rifle at attention as Nixon welcomed the quarantined crew back
  232. Member of Pappy Boyington's Black Sheep Squadron
  233. WWII: 32nd Bomb Squadron, 301st Bomb Broup; Herbert Heilbrun piloted a B-17 Flying Fortress and was escorted by the Tuskegee Airmen. 32 missions including Linz, Austria, and Brux, Czechoslovakia, After the war test pilot at Wright Field, Dayton Ohio
  234. Born 1940 US Navy Vietnam War Veteran. Was a became a POW in 1966. Bronze Star, 3 Leigon of Merit?s, Purple Heart, and a Silver Stat recipient
  235. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor. Army Air Corps, 31st Bomb Squadron, Hickam Field. Then B-17 pilot Europe. 78 fighter-unsupported missions over Italy, Austria, Hungary, Germany (Leader for the 2nd Bombd Group, 20th Squ). DFC, Purple Heart
  236. WWII: Belgian-born Air Gunner on Blenheim with 235 Sqn Coastal Command during the Battle of Britain
  237. USMC General
  238. Retired General
  239. WWII German Luftwaffe PILOT BRIGADIER GENERAL(1913-1992) He won the Knight's Cross & He was Commodore of IV./ KG 51 & 30
  240. US Marine Corps WW2 Veteran. Was at the invasion of Saipan and the battle of Iwo Jima. Got the Bronze Star for his actions at Saipan
  241. army general
  242. World War II Veteran, D-Day Invasion, 82nd Airborne Division
  243. (Born 1948) US Marine Corps Vietnam Veteran. POW from 1968 to 1973. Recipient of a Bronze Star and 2 Purple Hearts
  244. USS Indianapolis Survivor
  245. WWII: Battle of the Atlantic. He survived the sinking of the USS Block Island (CVE-21) that was the only US aircraft carrier sunk by Nazi Germany on 29 May 1944 by U-549 by 3 torpedo hits
  246. Wwii:wasp
  247. Super Bowl Sunday 1969 he hijacked United Airlines flight to Havana. A former Green Beret, his mission to get Fidel Castro. Reds boarded a 727 from Miami forced pilot to fly to Cuba. He had the pilot send a message, 'Tell Fidel, El Rojo is coming.'
  248. WWII: PTO. USS McFarland, USS Bradford. He was aboard the USS McFarland on the night of Dec. 6, 1941. On the night watch, he reported a flare no one could identify (now thought to be from a Japanese mini-sub assisting the Pearl attack)
  249. WWII: ETO. Arctic Convoy veteran, serving on the HMS Kent
  250. Ret. Lt. General of the United States Air Force and a former NASA astronaut. STS-54 (1993) ,STS-64 (1994) , STS-78(1996) ,STS-101 (2001) - Expedici√-¬≥n 2 (2001)
  251. WW2 Battle of Britain pilot. He is now the last verified surviving aircrew of the Battle of Britain. He lives in a retirement home near Dublin, born 17-07-1919
  252. Former Chief of the Defence Staff of Canada from 2001 to 2004
  253. Tuskegee Airmen
  254. WWII US Navy WAVE veteran, born 1921. Joined the Navy after her husband became a Flying Tiger in the war. Did clerical duties in DC through the war
  255. WWII: CBI. Lt. Col. bombardier on the bomber that destroyed the famous 'Bridge on the River Kwai'
  256. Retired U.S. Navy - former Commanding Officer of the USS John F. Kennedy (CV-67) and the USS Juneau (LPD-10)
  257. WWII: USS Helena
  258. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941. USS Oklahoma
  259. WWII: PTO. SBD Dauntless Dive Bomber Pilot. USS Ticonderoga (CV-14)
  260. Retired USMC General
  261. Medal of Honor recipient, US Army, WWII
  262. army general
  263. army general
  264. Last survivor of the sinking of HM Submarine Truculent that sank in the Thames Estuary, with 64 men dead and only 15 survivors, in January 1950. Born: 1925. He lives in Chatham, Kent, UK
  265. WW2/79th Regiment, demolition squad, His company had 3 platoons that were involved with communications, ammunitions and engineering/Henley's regiment was headed to capture the seaport town of Cherbourg France when D-Day invasion had begun
  266. German ww2 veteran and pow and author
  267. WW2 Fighter Pilot (B: 1922) in the United Kingdom Air Force from 1941 to 1945 and at age 100 ran 100 miles to support young men and women in service
  268. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941. Ford Island
  269. WWiI: Battle of Attu veteran
  270. WWII: Merchant Marine
  271. Pierre Henry  (2)
    Tuskegee Airmen
  272. Pearl Harbor survivor, born 1920. Served in the Navy on the USS Helena from 1939 to 1942. Became a Fire Chief Control Technician after the war
  273. WWII vet - served as part of a black/African American unit that didn't fight combat in battle of Iwo Jima but still saw the raising of the flag. Survived COVID-19 at the age of 100
  274. Black WWII US Army vet (1923-2020), spent decades fighting his biased 'blue discharge' release. Finally upgraded to an honorable discharge in 2019. Died of COVID-19 in 2020
  275. USS Indianapolis Survivor
  276. Finish WWII Veteran
  277. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941. USS Antares
  278. American WWI balloonist, Craig Herbert of the 2nd Balloon Company
  279. WWII: Battle of Normandy, Battle of the Bulge
  280. medal of honor army vietnam
  281. 9th Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy (MCPON 9), from 1998-2002
  282. WWII: Germany, Wehrmacht, Knights Cross
  283. Retired Navy Admiral
  284. medal of honor army korean war
  285. Doolittle's Raiders crew #8 Navigator/Bombadier/Nose Gunner
  286. World War II Veteran, D-Day Invasion, US Army 348th Engineer Combat Battalion
  287. WWII: PTO. Navy, USS Santee
  288. Vietnam War correspondent
  289. Lz xray 1965
  290. 11 year old witness to the 1945 Trinity Test, the first atomic explosion. Helping his dad work on the car, he saw the mushroom cloud in the distance. Survived cancer, but lost many family and friends in the area downwind of the test site
  291. medal of honor army ww11
  292. air force general businessman
  293. WWII - Pearl Harbor survivor, USS Detroit (CL-8)
  294. WWII: PTO. Navy, USS Ancon. Witness to the surrender of Japan in Tokyo Bay on Sept. 2, 1945
  295. United States Naval Reserve officer and a recipient of America's highest military decorationâ-'the Medal of Honor-'for his actions in World War II
  296. Col, U.S. Army (Ret.) is an author and retired counterintelligence officer with extensive interrogation experience in three wars (Vietnam, Operation JUST CAUSE, and Operation DESERT STORM/Fall of Saigon evacuee
  297. WW2 Luftwaffe Ace. 'Spanish Civil War Veteran' 'International Brigade' 'German'
  298. WWII: PTO. Pearl Harbor survivor, USS Pennsylvania
  299. WWII: 350th Bomb Squadron, 100th Bomb Group, 8th AF ('Bloody Hundredth'). Homebase: Thorpe Abbots, UK. Tail gunner on 'Heaven Sent,' a B-17 Flying Fortress (43-38414); flew 33 missions including Merseburg and Hamburg
  300. USS Indianapolis survivor from De Leon Springs, Florida
  301. Army General
  302. Retired Army General, author, speaker, CNN Analyst
  303. Romanian WWII Veteran
  304. One of the Original Rosie The Riveters
  305. Former WWII German General
  306. U.S. Army National Guard soldier, Recipient of the Silver Star
  307. air force general
  308. Vietnam Veteran. Was in Vietnam from 1967 to 1970
  309. One of six remaining survivors from the U.S.S. Arizona as a result of the Pearl Harbor attack. He is supposed to live in Las Vegas
  310. WWII Veteran, his Army Air Corps unit provided air cover for Army General George S. Patton. Hetzel was a part of five major battles in the war in Europe with the Battle of the Bulge being his last
  311. The last survivor of the Bismarck, WWII, former German Navy soldier, resides in Essen-Steele/Germany
  312. Former British Royal Air Force commander
  313. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941. USS Pelias. Went on to serve in both the Atlantic and Pacific campaigns, including seven successful round-trip escorts aboard the USS Hissem and the USS O?Reilly to Europe and North Africa
  314. WWII: ETO. 82nd Fighter Squadron, 78th Fighter Group. 4 victories. Silver Star, 4 DFC's, 13 Air Medals
  315. Son of Nazi Leader from WWII
  316. WW2/Korea/Vietnam Veteran Pilot
  317. 'Red Devil' paratrooper Major Tony Hibbert -WWII
  318. US Marine Corps Sniper Vietnam Veteran. In 1966 he was wounded (and later got the Purple Heart) by mortar fire by the VietCong (Born 1945)
  319. air force general
  320. Tuskegee Airman born August 6, 1925
  321. Former baseball player for the 1956 Detroit Tigers. Also was a member of the US Armed Air Force
  322. Vietnam War: US employee who helped evacuate Vietnamese people who had worked for the USA in the last days of the war
  323. WWII US Army veteran, born 1917. Went through Africa, Italy, and in France worked with the French Resistance. Helped in the liberation of the Dachau concentration camp
  324. Current United States Deputy Secretary of Defense
  325. Japanese fighter ace from WW2, 9 kills
  326. WWII: PTO. Luzon, Northern Solomons, New Guinea. Bronze Star, Purple Heart. 43rd ?Winged Victory? Division, 169th Infantry Regiment
  327. WWII: PTO. Pearl Harbor survivor. USS Whitney
  328. WWII: PTO. Served in the USS Bennington (Iwo Jima, Okinawa)
  329. WWII: PTO. Battle of Okinawa. Military Intelligence Service, 96th Division. Grew up on Okinawa and used his Okinawa dialect to convince local non-combatants hiding inside to surrender peacefully and without harm during the battle
  330. American conservative political activist, author, and former U.S. Navy SEAL. Regular commentator on Fox News, CNN, and Newsmax. Best known for promoting the birther conspiracy theory about Barack Obama
  331. Tuskegee Airmen 'LA Chapter'
  332. Retired USMC General
  333. Tuskegee Airmen 'LA Chapter' B-25 Pilot with 477th Medium Bomber Group!
  334. WWII: MTO/ETO. Landed in North Africa, Sicily and southern France. 431st Anti-Aircraft Artillery Automatic Weapons Battalion, 44th Anti-Aircraft Brigade
  335. Navy Captain; Part of the Blue Angels
  336. Pearl Harbor survivor at the Naval Air Station on Ford Island. Born in 1921 in Oklahoma, he also survived the dust bowl of the 1930s
  337. WWII: PTO. USS Washington
  338. British WW2 pilot involved in the 'Battle of Britain'
  339. Bill Hill  (2)
    WWII Pearl Harbor survivor, Schofield Barracks
  340. Billy Hill  (2)
    Member of 'The Essex', a R&B group, the only active duty military personnel to record a number one hit while on active duty ('Easier Said Than Done', 9 July 1963)
  341. Clint Hill  (2)
    Born: 1932. Ex Secret Service Agent in President Kennedy's motorcade during the assassination. Hill is the last surviving passenger of the presidential limousine which arrived at Parkland Hospital on November 22, 1963
  342. Fighter ace- Flying Tigers
  343. WW2, and was stationed in Normandy, France
  344. (born 12 December 1915) is a retired British Royal Air Force officer. From 1966 to 1969, she served as Director of the Women's Royal Air Force
  345. WW2 air ace - 8 Kills - USAAF
  346. WW2 - US Navy Fighter Ace, VF-5 - 7 Kills
  347. Member of Pappy Boyington's Black Sheep Squadron
  348. army general
  349. WWII: Merchant Marine. Murmansk Run, Pacific, Mediterranean, White Sea, Africa, Middle East
  350. WWII - WASP (Women Army Service Pilot)
  351. British fighter ace from WW2
  352. Tuskegee Airmen
  353. navy admiral
  354. Royal millitary
  355. British U-Boat hunter of the costal command in WW2
  356. Former Chief of the Defence Staff of the Canadian Forces, 2005 to 2008
  357. WW2 - Fighter Ace - USAAF - 365-FG - POW - 5 Kills
  358. Navy fighter ace ww2
  359. The only known British survivor of the International Brigades who fought with left-wing forces against General Franco's Nationalists in the Spanish Civil War. He now lives in Australia
  360. WW2 Veteran:123rd Quartermaster Truck Company/After D - Day invasion 110th Infantry Regiment, 28th Infantry Division/Served D - Day, Normandy, Belgium, Germany & Rhine River
  361. German WWII Veteran, Battle of Stalingrad
  362. 'Patton Trooper member for mechanized calvary company WW2'
  363. air force marshal england
  364. WWII Veteran
  365. WWII: ETO. 70th Infantry Division, C Company, 276th Regiment. Battle of the Bulge
  366. WWII/JFK - Iwo Jima survivor; also fought at Choiseul Island Raid (1943), serving directly under Charles Krulak, later Marine Corps commander), Land Battle of Vella Lavella (1943). During the Raid on Choiseu, he met John F. Kennedy
  367. New Zealand Military - awarded the Victoria Cross at Kalamai, Greece, on 28th/29th April 1941
  368. WWII combat veteran who served as a Quartermaster aboard the USS Blessman DE69/APD48 crossing the Atlantic and the Pacific Oceans numerous times. He participated in the landings at Normandy, Lingayen Gulf and Iwo Jima
  369. WWII - US Marines, Iwo Jima 1945. Purple Heart. Was hit by shrapnel as he stepped off the Higgins Boat onto Iwo, got his wounds patched by corpsman John Bradley, one of the famous flag-raisers. Hipps guarded both flag-raisings
  370. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor
  371. Japanese WWII Veteran, retired Japanese Naval Commander, CEO - Task Force Japan L.L.C
  372. Japanese WWII Veteran, Kamikaze Pilot
  373. Dutch WWII veteran. Last surving member of the No. 320 Netherlands Squadron RAF
  374. WWII Veteran, Who Was A Front-Line Bomber Against The Nazis, Royal Canadian Air Force
  375. Co-pilot of the 16th B-25 in the Doolittle Raid in WWII, spent three years as a POW. Born: 03/03/1920
  376. Retired General
  377. Politician
  378. WWII: PTO 132nd Infantry Regiment, 23rd Infantry Division. Battle of Guadalcanal, Bronze Star
  379. WWII: D-Day veteran from Norway
  380. WWII: ETO. 445th Bomb Group (Jimym Stewart's group), 701st and 703rd Bomb Squadrons
  381. Singaporean WWII vet, born 1920. Last surviving Singaporean pilot of the Flying Tigers. Served in the Chinese American Composite Wing, assigned to the 14th US Air Force. 18 B-25 missions. Career as Captain with Malaysia-Singapore Airlines
  382. former Marine Corps General
  383. Mercenary leader of 'The Wild Geese,' known for military battles in Africa and the Indian Ocean, full name is Thomas Michael Hoare
  384. air force general
  385. WWII - D-Day Omaha Beach. Co A, 115th Inf., 29th Div
  386. Dutch WWII veteran. Was in Dutch East Indies and Indonesian Revolution
  387. WWII: Pearl Harbor Survivor, 7 December 1941
  388. Jerry T. Hodges Jr was born on June 29, 1925 in Tennessee. He became one of many Tuskegee Airmen. He went into WW2 from 1944 to 1945 and became a businessman after the war
  389. Supercentenarian (1888-2003), one of the last black US WWI veterans. Served as a stevedore in France and knew Gen. Pershing
  390. WWII - Contemporary witness "Operation Elster", a Nazi German mission to gather intelligence on and sabotage the Manhattan Project. Nazi agents landed in Maine on Nov. 30, 1944. Herbert's brother's vigilance led to their fast arrest
  391. He is a WWII veteran and currently resides in Ontario,
  392. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941. Schofield Barracks/Wheeler Field
  393. Retired Navy Admiral
  394. WWII: Battle of the Atlantic. He survived the sinking of the USS Block Island (CVE-21), the only US aircraft carrier sunk by Nazi Germany on 29 May 1944. Served on the next USS Block Island (CVE-106) until the end of the war
  395. WWII: PTO. Serving as Quarter Master during WWII on the USS Alabama, he steered the battleship through 8 major battles and a typhoon
  396. US Realtor/Businessman, born 1943. Ambassador to Portugal (2005-2007), Republican operative. Met Eisenhower in the Oval Office while a military cadet in 1953
  397. (Born 1941) US Navy Vietnam Veteran. POW from 1971 to 1973. Recipient of Defense Superior Service Medal, a Legion of Merit, a Distinguished Flying Cross, 2 Bronze Stars, and 3 Purple Hearts
  398. Air Force General
  399. German ww2 pilot
  400. navy admiral
  401. WWII: PTO. USS Navy. USS Bailey. Battle of the Komandorski Islands
  402. Four-star general in the US Army who currently serves as chief of the National Guard Bureau
  403. WWII: ETO. Battle of the Bulge. Combat medic, Company C, 312th Medical Bn, 87th Infantry Division
  404. D-Day landings veteran. He lives in the UK. Also a Fleet Air Arm Veteran
  405. WWII: D-Day, USS Arkansas
  406. navy admiral
  407. WWII Pearl Harbor survivor (PBY - Squadron VP23/ Ford Island), Battles of Midway and Guadalcanal, later B-24 flight engineer for anti - submarine patrols off the coast of France. Born December 13, 1921
  408. devil dog defender (wake island) marines ww11
  409. WWII: PTO. Guadalcanal, the Northern Solomon Islands and Luzon. 35th Infantry
  410. Tuskegee Airmen
  411. WW2 Navajo Indian Code Talker, 1 of only 13 remaining. He served duties on the island of Roi Namur, Kwajalien, Tinian, Saipan and Iwo Jima
  412. former Air Force General
  413. WWII: Captain of the 334th Fighter Squadron, 4th Fighter Group (England-based)
  414. Centenarian (1899-2004). US Army WWI veteran in France. Cannoneer on the Western front, later in the war rode a Harley motorcycle as a dispatcher
  415. WWII: CBI. Member of the Merrill?s Marauders aka Unit Galahad, officially named the 5307th Composite Unit (Provisional), a US Army long range penetration special operations jungle warfare unit. Bronze Star
  416. Centenarian (1898-2004). One of the last living Canadian WWI vets and the last Canadian to see combat in WWI
  417. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941. USS Phoenix
  418. WWII: CBI. Member of Merrill's Marauders aka Unit Galahad, officially named the 5307th Composite Unit (Provisional), a US Army long range penetration special operations jungle warfare unit
  419. WWII German officer
  420. Retired Army General
  421. British Journalist WW2 reported on the outbreak of WWII. Lives in Hong Kong. Born: 10/10/1911
  422. WWII: PTO. Marine Corps, 6th Defense Battalion. Battle of Midway, June 1942. Mr. Hollis was assigned to Midway Islands in 1942 to defend the atoll
  423. WWII - Witness to the Japanese bombardment of coastal targets near Santa Barbara, CA on February 23, 1942, an event that was the inspiration for the John Belushi movie "1941"
  424. American WWII-Pilot, P-51, First black helicopter pilot in the U.S. Air Force
  425. WWII - West Point graduate, a World War II fighter ace, and the commander-in-chief of the Strategic Air Command (SAC)
  426. Former Chief of Navy Operations (1974-1978)& commander of 1st nuclear sub
  427. WWII: Tuskegee Airman
  428. air force general
  429. WWII: 11th Armored Division, 1943-1946. Advanced through Germany and overran both Mathausen and Gusen. A Finnish immigrant, Holma was preparing to leave for D-Day but was pulled off the loading ramp to avoid fighting his birth country
  430. One of the lead pilots on the Yamamoto Mission in WW2. Lives in the SF Bay Area.
  431. WWII - Pacific Theatre; last survivor of the sinking of the USS Juneau (sank at Battle of Guadalcanal)
  432. WWII airman, served in the OSS, the forerunner of the CIA, helping with various covert operations and missions in Europe
  433. WWII: British Arctic Convoy veteran
  434. George 'Sonny' Holt has flown in B-25s, RB-57s, RB-66s, B-47s, and the B-58
  435. Early experimental research test pilot for the X-1 aircraft and other aircraft. In 1952, Holtoner became the commander of the Air Force Flight Test Center at Edwards Air Force Base
  436. Tuskegee Airmen, WWII
  437. Australian WWII veteran
  438. WWII and Korea, 101st Airborne, C Company, 506th P.I.R. - POW during WWII
  439. 101 Squadron Lancaster pilot and veteran of 32 operations, WWII pilot
  440. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor. Block Recreation Center, Oahu
  441. Lt. Gen. Commander Of 1st U.S. Army, Spearheaded Aid In New Orleans During Hurricane Katrina Clean-up
  442. USAF General
  443. (Born 1946) US Army Vietnam Veteran. 220th Aviation Company in South Vietnam from September 1968 to March 1969, when he was wounded in combat. Silver Star Recipient
  444. Doolittle Raider, Pilot Crew #2
  445. WWII: PTO. Served on the USS Bunker Hill (CV-17); survived the Kamikaze attack on May 11, 1945 (Battle of Okinawa) when 390 sailors and airmen were killed and 264 wounded
  446. Retired USMC General
  447. WWII: CBI. Member of Merrill's Marauders aka Unit Galahad, officially named the 5307th Composite Unit (Provisional), a US Army long range penetration special operations jungle warfare unit
  448. WWII: Battle of Midway pilot
  449. air force general
  450. 'Tuskegee Airmen' '99th Fighter Squadron' 'Class of 44-J'!
  451. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941, 24th Infantry Division at Schofield Barracks. Later later fought in the jungles of New Guinea
  452. Vietnam War Veteran:Air Force
  453. WWII: MTO. Battle of Salerno, Battle of Monte Cassino. 36th Infantry Division
  454. WWII: CBI. Assiniboine code talker of Merrill's Marauders aka Unit Galahad, officially named the 5307th Composite Unit (Provisional), a US Army long range penetration special operations jungle warfare unit
  455. air force general
  456. WWII: D-Day. 3rd Battalion, 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division. He is the paratrooper on the famous Life cover dated August 14, 1944
  457. Air Force General, Co-Author with Tom Clancy
  458. Medal of Honor, US Army, World War II
  459. Wwii: wasp
  460. Former member of the SAS involved in the 1980 Iranian Embassy Siege
  461. WWII: Navy. Served in 5 ships, survived being torpedoed while on the USS Benham and survived the sinking of the USS Helena in the Battle of Kula Gulf
  462. Steve Horton  (3)
    Military Air Force Thunderbirds, 52nd Fighter Wing Vice Commander (Spangdahlem Air Force Base in Germany)
  463. New Zealand RAF pilot in WWII
  464. doolittles raiders crew #10 gunner
  465. USS Indianapolis Survivor
  466. Air force general. Top graduate of the first Air Force Academy graduating class in 1959. Also the first USAFA graduate to come back as superintendent
  467. WWII: Marine Corps chaplain in the Pacific
  468. Nazi general
  469. WWII: US NAvy Ace who led the attack at the Yamato (the largest battleship ever built) on April 7, 1945, that eventually sank her
  470. 41st Judge Advocate General of The U.S. Navy
  471. Retired Royal military, current member of The House Of Lords
  472. British Army officer who was Commading General Officer in Northern Ireland during the 'Troubles'
  473. Retired Navy Admiral
  474. WWII: Survivor of the sinking of the SS Leopoldville on December 24, 1944
  475. Marine Corps Staff Sergeant when he led an eighteen-man reconnaissance patrol in a fierce battle against a battalion of Viet Cong in June 1966. As a result of his heroic actions, Howard became the sixth U.S. Marine to be awarded the Nation?s highest
  476. First four-star female Navy Admiral
  477. Medal of Honor 'US Army Vietnam'
  478. Former Football player. Played 4 seasons for the New York Yankees, and Cleveland Browns as a running back. Also is a World War 2 veteran
  479. retired Navy admiral/deputy assistant of National Security Affairs under President George Bush Sr., PhD, NATO commander, author
  480. WWII Veteran
  481. Retired General
  482. WWII: PTO. USMC 1943-1945. Battle of Peleliu. After the war, friend to actors like Roy Rogers, Michael Landon, Charles Ingalls, Jonathan Smith or George Lindsey
  483. WW II Sailor; office/survivor of the sinking of the USS Indianapolis
  484. WWII: CBI. Member of the Merrill's Marauders, aka Unit Galahad, officially named the 5307th Composite Unit (Provisional), a US Army long-range penetration special operations jungle warfare unit
  485. WWII served as commanders of 2nd Battalion/13th Armor Regiment (1943)/13th Armor Regiment (1943?44); 1st Armored Division, Italy (44?45)/ Bri. Gen. in 1952 Assistant Commanding Gen., 2nd Armored Div., European Command, until 1954
  486. WWII American Merchant Marine Veteran World War 2
  487. Ukrainian Soldier, 2022 Russian Invasion of Ukraine. On the first day of the invasion, Snake Island was attacked. After a Russian Warship demanded that he surrender, he famously responded 'Russian Warship, Go F*** yourself. Taken POW
  488. WWII: Served with the 101st Medical Regiment attached to 52nd Field Hospital at Guadalcanal
  489. ETO: 302nd Signal Operation Battalion
  490. WWII: CBI. Member of 475th Infantry Regiment of the MARS Task Force. His job was to block the Burma road so the Japanese could not use it
  491. WWII: D-Day. Landed with LST-510 on Omaha Beach around noon of June 6, 1944. 90-millimeter artillery gunner of Battery B of the 110th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Gun Battalion. The 110th AAA would be credited as the first US unit to enter Paris
  492. WWII - Navajo Code Talker
  493. Author, Died on the RMS Lusitania
  494. WWII: CBI. US Army Air Corps, 10th AF. Radar operator and technician for the fighter planes P-40 and P-47
  495. Retired USMC General
  496. CAPT - USMC, US NAVY Blue Angels C-130 'Fat Albert' Pilot
  497. WWII: Hudgins joined the Manhattan Project at Los Alamos after writing a letter to Dorothy McKibbin as a chemist and metallurgist with the Special Engineer Detachment. He was born in 1924
  498. Korea, Vietnam: Captain Hudner received the Medal of Honor for his actions in trying to save the life of his wingman, Ensign Jesse L. Brown, during the Battle of Chosin Reservoir in the Korean War, by intentionally crash-landing his plane
  499. WWII, flew Lancaster bomber
  500. John Hudson  (2)
    USAF General