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  1. WWII: Bataan Death March survivor
  2. USAF General
  3. WWII: Survived the sinking of the USS McCawley (AP-10) off the coast of Guadalcanal Island, 30 June 1943
  4. Military
  5. South African WWII Veteran
  6. 23-year-old American student in his senior year at California State University, Sacramento, who helped avert a massacre when an armed attacker began shooting on a train from Amsterdam to Paris; received France's Legion of Honor
  7. Last survivor of SAS Squad during World War 2
  8. WWII Veteran
  9. WWII: PTO. Battle of Luzon. 6th Infantry Division, 63rd Regimental Combat Team
  10. Former Turkish Air Force general born 1925, sentenced to life imprisonment in 2014 for his role in the 1980 Military Coup in Turkey
  11. 4-Star General
  12. Japanese WWII Veteran
  13. WWII: 442nd Regimental Combat Team (all Japanese-American unit). Served from May 1944 until the end of the war, incl. the rescue of the Texas 'Lost Battalion'. Wounded 4 times, rcvd 2 Bronze stars.Served with Joe Sakato & Dan Inouye (MOH)
  14. Japanese Midget Sub Captain (Pearl Harbor Attack) US P.O.W. #1
  15. Congressional Medal of Honor, US Army, WWII
  16. US WWII Army vet, born 1928. Joined the Texas Guard out of high school, then the Army. Sent to Japan at war's end. Engineer/Supply Sgt. at Sugamo Prison during the Tokyo Trials. Helped build the gallows used for war criminal executions
  17. Battle of the Bulge Veteran
  18. WWII Veteran
  19. WWII: D-Day. 20th Infantry Division
  20. Korean War Intelligence Officer in the US Air Force. Holocaust Survivor
  21. WWII Veteran, D-Day Veteran, Fox Company
  22. WWII - British D-Day veteran of the Pioneer Corps who had the job to clear the landing areas of obstructions, explosives and defences so that troops and armour could quickly get off the beaches
  23. Retired General
  24. WWII: PTO. Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941. Civilian underwater welder who barely survived the attack, rescued sailors from the USS Oklahoma and eventually was assigned to remove the main 16-inch diameter guns and three turrets
  25. WWII: PTO. Battle of Okinawa. US Navy
  26. WWII: British Arctic Convoy veteran
  27. WWII: PTO. Aboard the USS Missouri during the Japanese Surrender ceremony
  28. German WWII Army Guard, born 1923. Last living witness to the July 1944 'Operation Valkyrie' briefcase bombing suicide attempt on Hitler's life at the Wolf's Lair( Wolfsschanze)
  29. US Navy WW2 Veteran who fought on the the USS Maddox. He was in the Invasion of Sicily
  30. WWII: Highly decorated Azerbaijanian veteran of the war, who fought for the Soviets. He received the Order of Glory 3rd degree in 1942 for heroic actions, and went on to fight in other battles including the Battle of Berlin. Now 96
  31. Oberscharführer in the Waffen SS who was awarded the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross. WWII
  32. WWII: One of the last 4 Monuments Men, who rescued artwork and cultural pieces during and after WWII
  33. 101st Airborne soldier who helped guard the Little Rock Nine students integrating their high school in 1957
  34. WWII - Iwo Jima survivor, USMC
  35. American WWII Marine, born 1926. Saw action at Peleliu
  36. WWII: USMC. Radio operator, saw active service in Kwajalein, Iwo Jima and Saipan, where he was wounded
  37. WWII: PTO. Philippines. Also Korea and Vietnam. Bronze Star, Purple Heart
  38. Spanish fighter ace from WW2
  39. WWII: 59th Coast Artillery Regiment. POW at Camp Omori, Tokyo Bay. Captured on Corregidor, Fort Mills, in the Philippines on May 6, 1942 after a Japanese artillery barrage knocked out his machine gun; 'hell ship' transport to Japan
  40. WW2 Veteran : 30th Infantry Division Sharpshooter at Omaha Beach
  41. Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy MCPON #5
  42. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor. Anti-aircraft gunner, 251st Coastal Artillery (California National Guard) on Hospital Point, where the Nevada went aground. He shot down a Japanese Zero fighter plane headed toward the local hospital
  43. American WWII Merchant Marine veteran of WWII, born in 1925. Part of 'Murmansk Run' convoys bringing supplies to and from the Russian port by international forces challenged by arctic conditions
  44. WWII: ETO. 388th Bomb Group, 562nd Bomb Squadron, 8th Airforce. Shot down on April 29th, 1944. POW
  45. WWII - Navajo Code Talker, enlisted 1943, 2nd and 5th Marine Division
  46. WW2 Navajo Indian Code Talker, 1 of only 13 remaining
  47. WWII: Navy veteran. Battle of the Coral Sea, Battle of Midway. USS Hammann
  48. WWII: PTO. Survivor of the sinking of the USS Liscome Bay in the Battle of Tarawa on 23 November 1943 when 687 got killed
  49. WWII Canadian Lieutenant General
  50. Italian WWII Biplane Ace, with 12 Victories
  51. Air Force General
  52. Puerto Rican criminal, shooter at Fort Lauderdale Airport on January 7, 2017
  53. Author of 1981 book nominated for National Book Award 'Everything we Had': an oral history of the Vietnam War by the men who fought it. Born 1949,founder Asia America Iniative, an Adjunct Professor in the Institute of World Politics
  54. US Marine vet, born 1931. Korean War vet saw action at Inchon, and one of the Chosin Few
  55. Decorated by Gen William Westmoreland, with Silver Star a company commander and Lt. in the US Army during the Vietnam War, graduate of OCS, author of the book 'Letters Home from Vietnam' insturmental in the construction of the NTC Vietnam Veterans Memoria
  56. WWII: PTO. Los Baños Raid. Lead scout for the 11th Airborne's Reconnaissance Platoon
  57. Portuguese military officer and politician, was the chief strategist of the 1974 Carnation Revolution in Portugal
  58. Italian World War One Veteran.
  59. Ww2 womens army service pilot, Flew the pt-19, bt-13, bt-15, at-6, c-78, /SBO Dauntless, AT-9, at-11
  60. WWII: Battle of the Bulge, Rhineland. 290th Infantry Regiment, 75th InfDiv (aka 'Bulgebusters') . Wounded in the Battle of the Bulge. Also joined the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) before the war
  61. Italian World War One Veteran.
  62. US Navy WWII veteran, born 1925. Motor Mechanist on LST-515, delivering supplies and troops to the beaches on D-Day, and picking up the wounded for transport back to England
  63. WWII: PTO. USS Alvin Cockrell (DE-366). Don?s ship was one of the first to respond to the aftermath of the sunken USS Indianapolis. Don was tasked with recovering bodies - floating in the ocean for days - collecting identification, burying them at sea
  64. US Air Corps 1942-1945
  65. medal of honor army vietnam
  66. WWII veteran of the Aleutian campaign, and the Battle of Attu in Alaska
  67. Member of a Band of Brothers
  68. Last Turkish Veteran of World War One. Born: 03/11/1898
  69. Former Surgeon General 1998-2002
  70. Japanese WWII Veteran born 1938
  71. WW2/Served in the 4th Armored Division of the United States Army, and participated in battles in Belgium, Germany and Czechoslovakia/Drove tank & loader/Worked with M4A1 Sherman Tank/Battle of the Bulge/Age 97 in 2020
  72. U.S. Army General
  73. WWII - 4th Marine Division; fought at Roi Namur, Tinian, Saipan, and Iwo Jima. His platoon leader was Henry Bellmon, former governor of and later United States Senator from Oklahoma
  74. Tuskegee Airmen
  75. Paul Saunders  (2)
    Saboteur from the U.S.S. Barb WWII
  76. WWII: Survivor of the sinking of the SS Leopoldville on December 24, 1944
  77. Author of 'Twin Platoons' and 1 of 100+ young men and women sworn into the Marine Corps at a Minnesota Twins baseball game on June 28, 1967
  78. 1965 lx ray namwas in columbus,ga but not now
  79. WWII: Pacific Theater, Marine Corps
  80. WWII: last Polish pilot of the Battle of Britain
  81. 'Tuskegee Airmen' '332nd Fighter Group, Overseas Pilot'
  82. WWII: Survivor of the sinking of the SS Leopoldville on December 24, 1944
  83. WWII - Pearl Harbor survivor, USS Antares (AKS-3). The back then unarmed Antares detected a suspicious object near the harbour, informed the USS Ward which then identified it as a Japanese submarine and fired the first US shots of WWII
  84. WWII - Pearl Harbor 7 Dec 1941 survivor
  85. doolittle's raiders crew #15 engineer
  86. US army general
  87. WWII: D-Day, Utah Beach. Battle of St. Lo. 90th Infantry Division, 359th Infantry Regiment. 2 Purple Hearts
  88. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941. Schofield Barracks
  89. Pearl Harbor Survivor
  90. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941. Petty Officer 1st Class Schab, a sousaphone player in the admiral's band, served at the USS Dobbin, a destroyer tender. He saw the Utah capsizing and the USS Arizona explode
  91. Ww2 luftwaffe ace
  92. Ww2 german fighter ace 27 kills
  93. Paul Schaefer  (2)
    Director for Strategy ECJ5/J-8HQ EUCOM
  94. Iran Hostage Crisis/444 days of captivity as a hostage in Iran/USAF Attaché
  95. WWII - Medic on D-Day
  96. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor and a pilot in the first wave of planes in the Battle of Midway during World War II
  97. Centenarian (1896-2004). One of the last woman voters of the 1920 election, and campaigners for the right to vote beforehand. A WWII Goldstar mother, and a competitive ballroom dancer into her 100's who appeared with Jay Leno on the Tonight Show
  98. WWII: Marine Corps veteran ( A-1-6, 2nd MarDiv ) of the Battles of Guadalcanal, Tarawa, Saipan
  99. WWII - Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941; USS Arizona
  100. WW1 Balloonist/Deployed on land and sea for use in observing enemy troops, artillery spotting, & locating submarines. Importance as observation platforms, balloons were heavily defended by anti-aircraft guns and patrolling fighter aircraft
  101. US Army WWII vet. Fought in the Hurtgen Forest, the Bulge, and held as a POW by the Germans for 4 1/2 month in Stalag 9b
  102. WWII: USS Helena
  103. WWII - Navy corpsman at the Battle of Iwo Jima who piloted an LST (landing ship tank) ashore. Also fought at the Battle of Okinawa
  104. German WWII Interrogator
  105. Centenarian (1895-2001). US WWI veteran, served in France
  106. USAF General
  107. United States Army soldier and a recipient of the United States military's highest decorationâ-'the Medal of Honor-'for his actions in World War II
  108. WWII Veteran, Pearl Harbor Survivor
  109. Debuted for Cubs in 1941 as right-handed-hitting catcher, but then served in military during WWII, finishing his career in 1951 with Cardinals. He managed Cubs 1957-59 and then managed the Tigers in 1961, 1962, and part of 1963
  110. German priest, Holocaust survivor and lecturer.Born 07/24/1913
  111. WWII - Pearl Harbor survivor, Submarine Base, Torpedo Shop
  112. WWII - Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941; later fought at Normandy
  113. Landed on Utah Beach on D-Day, June 6th 1944/Combat Engineer, Mine Detector, 531st Amphib Eng Battalion, 279th, D-Day
  114. Ww2 german fighter ace 18 kills
  115. US Navy veteran of three wars: WWII, Korea, Vietnam
  116. Born 1935 Air Force Vietnam Veteran. POW from 1965 to 1973. 3 Bronze and Silver Stars and a Legion of Merit
  117. WWII: Navy fighter pilot at Guadalcanal (VF-14). Distinguished Flying Cross
  118. Part of raid of WWII POW camp Cabanatuan
  119. WWII: PTO. Survivor of the sinking of the USS Liscome Bay in the Battle of Tarawa on 23 November 1943 when 687 got killed
  120. WWII Fighter Pilot, 357th Fighter Group
  121. WWII - Pearl Harbor survivor. Radar Operator at Opana Radar Station where they detected the incoming Japanese planes on Dec. 7, 1941. Schimmel, did not see the planes coming, but was told by other operators thus was the 5th person to know of the attack
  122. WWII Manhattan Project 'Atomic Girl', born 1925. Unable to join the WAAFs, volunteered for a secret mission where she watched meters in Oak Ridge, not knowing why. After Hiroshima, she realized she'd helped produce uranium for the bomb
  123. WWII: PTO. USS West Virginia; USS Saratoga
  124. Veteran
  125. WWII: D-Day paratrooper, 508th PIR
  126. Army Private part of the 'Mountain Troops' caring for the horses and mules on the base. On the day of the attack at Pearl Harbor during WW2
  127. German economist and former President of the Bundesbank. He is also a German WWII Veteran
  128. Secretary to Wernher von Braun, from Pennemuende to Huntsville, from WWII and V2 to Apollo and Saturn V
  129. WWII: German fighter ace (8 victories)
  130. WWII German Knights Cross Recipient
  131. Ww2 ace-6 kills
  132. Canadian Ace of WWII, Pilot
  133. German ww2 pilot
  134. WWII, Korea, Vietnam War Veteran
  135. WWII: Battle of Okinawa. US Army
  136. WWII: 1st Marine Division, Battle of Okinawa
  137. WWII: Hitler Youth, Fallschirmjäger, Western Front, POW. After the war, he worked as an aerospace engineer with Wernher von Braun
  138. Ww2 tank ace- panzers
  139. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941. Defended Hickam Air Field during the attack. Witnessed the first atomic bomb test from afar
  140. army general
  141. Retired German general
  142. WWII: Luftwaffe radio operator who risked his life to give a Channel Island family some rations. Made international news in 2017
  143. Tunnel Rat Vietnam War 25th Infantry Div./Author 'In There Own Words: Vietnam'/Wife named Gail, lives in maybe Colorado or Texas
  144. Chief of Staff of the Army (2003- )
  145. WWII Marine veteran of Guadalcanal and Peleliu
  146. Wwii: pto. us navy
  147. B. August 9th 1920/WW2 Colonel/Received Silver Star for actions in Okinawa/ Commissioned as a Second Lieutenant, the young platoon leader would find himself leading a rifle platoon onto the beaches of Peleliu
  148. WWII: PTO. Battle of Iwo Jima. USMC
  149. medal of honor army karean war
  150. Flying Tigers-crew chief
  151. WWII Pearl Harbor survivor. USS Henley
  152. air force general
  153. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941. USS Ash
  154. WWII - D-Day; Company F of the 2nd Battalion, 8th Infantry Regiment, 4th Infantry Division. First American soldier to come ashore from a landing craft at Utah Beach
  155. WW2 Luftwaffe Ace and Me262 pilot/Shot down by Joseph Peterburs & later became friends
  156. WWII - Pearl Harbor survivor (December 7, 1941) USS Phoenix (CL-46)
  157. WWII: D-Day. Omaha Beach. Landed with LST-510 on Omaha Beach around noon of June 6, 1944. 90-millimeter artillery gunner of Battery B of the the 110th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Gun Battalion. Battle of the Bulge
  158. Memoir, The Ghost in General Patton's Third Army. The ghost soldiers were members of the XX Corps, which earned the title Ghost Corps when, during combat/Typist for a Colonel in G-3
  159. German ww2 pilot
  160. Canadian Ace of WWII, Pilot
  161. WWII: Marine Corps veteran of the Battles of Tarawa, Tinian
  162. WWII Veteran in General Patton's 3rd Army. Wrote a Book
  163. WWII: German bomber and fighter communications, pilot 1940-1945 (103 missions). 23 night bombing misions (DO-217) over England incl. London (1942/1943). Bf-109 pilot for JG 5 in 1944 in Finland. POW, 3 victories. Also flew ME-109G, ME-110C and JG51
  164. USS Pueblo
  165. vietnam war air force hero
  166. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941. USS Medusa
  167. 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
  168. WWII veteran, POW, born 1915. Captured by the Japanese 12/9/41 when they invaded Guam, he was held POW for 1367 days--the entire war!
  169. air force general
  170. WWII: Army Air Corps in the Phillippines. Surrendered and was part of the Bataan Death March (9 April 1942). Spent the rest of the war as a POW. After the war, he went on the be a jeweler and sold Elvis' the first of the famous TCB necklace
  171. army general
  172. Retired Army General
  173. (Born 1924) US Army WW2 Veteran. Company B, 2826th Engineer Battalion, 36th Combat Engineers. participated in the amphibious invasion of Southern France in August 1944. He was in many battles throughout France and Germany during the war
  174. U. S. General - Desert Storm Fame born 1934
  175. Non-commissioned officer who served in the German army during World War II. He was a recipient of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross with Oak Leaves
  176. WWII - German paratrooper of Fallschirmjäger-Regiment 6 (6th Paratrooper Regiment); fought in the Battle of Carentan where his regiment had a direct frontline to the famous 'Band of Brothers' of Dick Winters
  177. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941. USS Trever
  178. WWII: Battle of Coral Sea, Battle of Midway
  179. US Army General
  180. Was a German Officer in WWII, was in the Fuhrerbunker with Hitler. Born: 07/24/1915
  181. One of the last crew members and survivors of MV Wilhelm Gustloff, which sank after being torpedoed by submarine in 1945 resulting in the greatest ship disaster in history. He is now 86 and recently wrote the book "The Sinking of the Wilhelm Gustloff"
  182. German WWII Veteran, Waffen-SS
  183. German ww2 pilot
  184. air force general
  185. WWII - Iwo Jima survivor. Radioman at 28th Regiment of the Fifth Marine Division. He landed in the first 35 minutes of the battle. His duties also included protecting the Navajo Code Talkers
  186. RAF fighter ace 5 victorys test pilot
  187. Carl Scott  (2)
    WWII: PTO. Battle of Cape Gloucester ('Target Hill' aka 'Hill 450', 'Hill 150'), Battle of Peleliu, Battle of Okinawa. 1st Marine Division
  188. Air Force General
  189. 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
  190. WWII: PTO. Assigned to the USS Lexington (CV-2) before Pearl Harbor, he served there until she was lost in the Battle of the Coral Sea on 8 May 1942. Later at USS Suwannee (Operation Torch, North-Africa)
  191. Bataan Death March Survivor
  192. James Scott  (4)
    Lz xray 1965 nam
  193. Author, The Iran Contradiction. Former Military Officer Vietnam 1967. 101st Airborne Divison. Wounded during North Vietnamese Army's Tet Offensive of 1968
  194. November 30, 1913 - February 5, 1999) was a soldier of the United States Army who received the Medal of Honor for actions during World War II
  195. British-Argentine WWII veteran. Left Argentina as a volunteer for the 794 Naval Air Squadron, part of the Royal Navy's Fleet Air Army. Last known Latin American pilot of Spitfire
  196. Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy (MCPON) 10, from 2002-2006
  197. Ace and member of the AVG-Flying Tigers
  198. army general educator
  199. British Major General, born in 1920, participated in the D-Day invasion
  200. Morgan Stanley employee working in Tower 2 of the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. He bravely led the evacuation of 276 fellow employees
  201. Spitfire Ace - North African desertand Italy
  202. WWII: PTO. Battle of Peleiu, Battle of Okinawa. Purple Heart. USMC
  203. D-Day landings veteran. Born: 1924. He is now 90 and lives in London, UK. Also a HMS Belfast crew member
  204. WWII: US Navy. Pearl Harbor survivor, USS Reid. Aleutian Campaign. Philippines
  205. WWII: Last survivor of the sinking of the HMS Exeter, 1 March 1942. Also served during the Battle of the River Plate (1939). Spent 3 years as a Japanese POW
  206. WWII: PTO. Guadalcanal, Iwo Jima
  207. army general
  208. German World War 1 (lives in USA)Veteran/Born:12/12/1899
  209. WWII: PTO. Battle of Peleliu
  210. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor (Schofield Barracks); Guadalcanal; New Georgia. 25th ID
  211. Female French Resistance Fighter in WWII
  212. Pearl Harbor vet, USS Nevada, born 1923. Stayed on the Nevada through most of the war, supporting the landings of D-Day, Iwo Jima, and Okinawa
  213. WWII: PTO. USS West Virginia
  214. WWII: PTO. Served on the USS Robin in a long series of battles all over the Pacific
  215. WW2 POW, 'Bridge over the River Kwai' prisoner
  216. German World War One survivor
  217. German WWII-Pilot, Ju88 pilot, Mistel mission of WWII
  218. WW2/Japanese American/Go For Broke/US Army Units served 442nd regiment, 3rd battalion, Company L/Purple Heart; 2 Unit Citations; O'Connor Task Force; Bruyeres
  219. Japanese fighter ace from WW2, 7 kills
  220. Lz xray 1965
  221. US Navy Vietnam Veteran who served from 1968 to 1974. Fought along with his brother Herb Seller who was in the US Air Force. He was a RM2
  222. US Air Force Vietnam Veteran. Served from 1968 to 1972 along with his brother Gary O. Seller who was in the US Navy
  223. B-17 bomber pilot, WWII, 8th Air Force. Shot down by a FW-109 over Ruhland, Germany, 12 September 1944. Sole survivor in a crew of ten. P.O.W. for 9 months. PH AM POW medals
  224. WWII: 4th Battalion, 29th Infantry. A communications specialist that served on D-Day (3rd or 4th wave, Omaha Beach), The Battle of the Bulge, Liberation of Dachau
  225. WWII: ETO. 23rd Headquarters Special Troops, the 'Ghost Army'. The Ghost Army deceived enemies into thinking that there were unaccounted divisions out there
  226. Wwii: eto. d-day
  227. WWII: D-Day veteran
  228. Member of the French maquis in WW2
  229. WWII: PTO. 5th Air Force
  230. Hungarian fighter ace from WW2
  231. Russian/Soviet WWII Veteran
  232. Italian veteran from WW1
  233. 98-years old British veteran of the Spanish Civil War; living in the United Kingdom, featured in the documentary, 'The First Will Be The Last' by Pasquale D'Aiello
  234. WWII: Coast Guard Yeoman Second Class of the United States Coast Guard (USCG) Women's Reserve, known as the SPARS (from the Latin Semper Paratus, meaning Always Ready.). She served in numerous non - combat roles from California to Alaska
  235. WWII: CBI. He flew 30 roundtrip missions in C-46s and C-47s over the Hump
  236. Saboteur from U.S.S. Barb WW II
  237. WWII - Iwo Jima. CO of Company E, 2nd Battalion, 28th Marine Regiment, 5th Marine Div. His 3rd Platoon, led by 1st Lt Wells, is the most decorated Marines Platoon in history. He is the CO who selected the men who went up Mt. Suribachi
  238. (Born 1930) US Army Korean War Veteran. 2nd Infantry Division. hit with shrapnel on his helmet and received a severe head wound on October 24, 1952 which he would later get the Purple Heart for. Medically discharged in 1953
  239. Army General
  240. Female WWII veteran, WASP pilot (1917-2017). One of the 'Lucky Thirteen' WASP pilots to train and fly the B-17 'Flying Fortresses'
  241. WWII: US Navy veteran. Battle of Midway (June 1942), Battle of Santa Cruz (October 1942), Battle of Formosa (1944), a.o. Served on USS Russell (DD-414) and USS Houston (CL-81)
  242. Lz xray 1965
  243. WWII - D-Day U.S. Navy Seaman U.S. Navy 2nd Class Motor Machinist's Mate. Shaeff was USS LST-290 on D-Day to carry troops and equipment to the shore
  244. Ace (5 kills - 2 in WWII & 3 in Korean War)- USAAF/USAF, p-47, f-86, me 109
  245. WWII: Served on LST-474 in the Pacific
  246. Former Israeli soldier who was held captive by Hamas for five years
  247. 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
  248. 'Band of Brothers' '101st Airbourne Division, 506th Parahute Infantry Regiment, Easy Company' 'Battlefield Commission- Normandy'
  249. Retired Navy Admiral
  250. Acting Secretary of Defense Jan 2019 -
  251. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941, USS Medusa
  252. WWII: PTO. Battle of Tarawa. USMC. Pictured in a photograph of the battle transporting wounded through shallow water. 8th Marines, 2nd Marine Division
  253. WWII veteran. At a retirement home in Florida, he discovered his good friend and neighbor was a German WWII veteran who'd fought against him at the Bridge at Remagen, and whose outfit had taken the neighbor POW
  254. Spitfire Pilot, one of the few female Air Transport Auxiliary pilots
  255. 4 Star General
  256. USS Indianapolis survivor
  257. WWII - Pearl Harbor survivor, USS Patterson. The Navy credited him with shooting down a Japanese plane during the attack on 7 December 1941
  258. air force general association executive
  259. Andy Shaw  (3)
    Member Sioux Tribe stationed Japan 24th Infantry Div./Survivor Korean Death March/29th Reg. Combat Team/Captured Oneui 7/26/1950 marched 40 miles south of Manchurian border, some 600 miles. POW 3 months one of 23 survivors of 1,500 captured
  260. Teen US Merchant Marine of WWII, born 1927. One of the last survivors to attend the 2022 Congressional Gold Medal award ceremony in Washington
  261. WWII: D-Day, Utah Beach. Battle of the Bulge
  262. Jack Shaw  (2)
    'Spanish Civil War Veteran' 'International Brigade' 'British'
  263. John Shaw  (2)
    Artist, Aviation Art, Band of Brothers paintings
  264. WWII: D-Day, Omaha Beach, first wave. A Penobscot Indian who was a medic in the 1st U.S. Infantry Division (16th Infantry Regiment). D-Day was his first day in combat
  265. former member of the British Security Service (MI5)
  266. USS Indianapolis survivor
  267. Jack Shearer  (2)
    Member of the Sino-American Cooperative Organization
  268. WWII: Melvin served in the US Army in the 6th Ranger Battalion where participated in the Great Raid at Cabanatuan in the Phillipines and was awared the Bronze Star Medal for his actions
  269. WWII: PTO. Guadalcanal, Cape Gloucester, Peleliu. 5th Marines
  270. Oldest living Navy World War 2 Veteran. Born: May 17, 1906
  271. WWII - Ball-turret Gunner of 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
  272. Lyle Shelton  (2)
    (Born 1937) US Marine Corps Vietnam veteran who served from 1955 to 1963
  273. WWII: ETO. Battle of the Bulge. 99th Infantry Division
  274. 4-Star General, Born Feb 25, 1954
  275. WWII: ETO. US Army Air Corps. B-17 'Jersey Mosquito', 774th Bomber Squadron, 463 Bomber Group. Shot down on April 6, 1944, over Yugoslavia. POW for 13 months
  276. WWII: D-Day paratrooper. Flew into Normandy aboard C-47 Skytrain 42-92841 'Turf & Sport Special' and dropped to St. Mere-Eglise on June 6, 1944.Normandy, Operation Market Garden, Battle of the Bulge. E Co, 2nd Bn, 508th PIR, 82nd AB
  277. JFK - US Navy rear admiral; naval aide to President John F. Kennedy.
  278. Tuskegee airmen ww2, flew the curtiss p-40, p-39-q, p-47d, p-51 c, p-51 d
  279. Military figure
  280. Was an American lawyer, businessman, and politician who served as the Secretary of State (1950-1952) and Attorney General (1953-1957) for the U.S. state of Texas. Also served in the U.S. Army during WWII
  281. Navy Admiral, last skipper of USS Lexington,
  282. 'Spanish Civil War Veteran' 'International Brigade' 'British'
  283. air force general
  284. 'Royal Air Force Crewman'
  285. Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 Dec 1941, USS Arizona
  286. Japanese politician (1887-1957). WWII Foreign Affairs Minister and post-war Deputy Prime Minister. Signed the WWII Instrument of Surrender, as Japan's representative
  287. (1916-2002) AVG Flying Tigers CNA & Captain/Hump Pilot with 700 flights Pre-WW2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8tgiLSkcvN4
  288. WWII: 603rd Engineers Camouflage Division, 23rd Headquarters Special Troops, the 'Ghost Army'. Long and prominent career as an illustrator after the war, working for National Geographic, Life, Sports Illustrated, Smithsonian and NASA
  289. Pearl Harbor survivor (7 Dec 1941), USS Helena. Survived only as he had swiched shifts with a friend
  290. U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs (2009-present)
  291. Retired Navy SEAL. He investigates phony Navy SEALs, and puts the videos on YouTube
  292. Wrote under the name Lee Shippey, American author & journalist whose romance with a French woman during WWI caused a sensation in the US as a 'famous war triangle.' Shippey later wrote a popular column in the Los Angeles Times for 22 years
  293. WWII: USMC. Battle of Guadalcanal, Cape Gloucester, Peleliu
  294. New Zealand WWII Veteran, Telegraphist in the Royal New Zealand Navy
  295. Commander of British Troops in Iraq
  296. WWII: PTO. Battle of Peleliu. US Army
  297. WWII Soviet Veteran, Rifleman, Battle of Stalingrad Platoon Commander and Signal Officer, Baltic Region, Tashkent. Lives in Canada, possibly Calgary. Born 1924 Minsk, Belarus
  298. army general
  299. WWII: ETO. Pilot, 100th Bomb Group, 351st Bomb Squadron, 8th Air Force ('Bloody 100th'). B-17 #42-31767 'Our Gal Sal', the only B-17 of the 351st Squadron returning from the murderous 6 March 1944 raid on Berlin
  300. Retired General
  301. Decorated general of the United States Marine Corps who was awarded the Medal of Honor in World War II, became the 22nd Commandant of the Marine Corps
  302. WWII: PTO. Battle of Iwo Jima. Co C, 1st Bn, 23Marines, 4th Marine Division. His comnpany suffered a 94 percent casualty rate on Iwo Jima; only 16 were non-casualties and only 38 returned home
  303. WWII: Soviet partisan fighter, living in a retirement home in central Israel
  304. air force general
  305. WWII: 34th Field Artillery Battalion (9th Inf Div), operating a 155mm howitzer. North Africa, Sicily, France, Belgium, Germany. D-Day (Utah Beach), Battle of Remagen 1945
  306. Centenarian (1902-2002). US WWI vet, lied about his age to enlist. Sent to France, fought in trenches
  307. Iran Hostage Crisis Survivor/ U.S. Marine Corps Guard
  308. Soviet sniper during World War Two. Credited with over five-hundred confirmed kills. Lives in the Republic of Dagestan, near the Caucasus
  309. WWII: PTO. Battle of Saipan, Battle of Okinawa. 27th Infantry Division
  310. Polish publicist and lawyer, former member of the Polish resistance Armia Krajowa (AK)
  311. (Born 1923) WW2 Bombraider Army Air Corps 384th Bombardment Group
  312. American Marine who received the Medal of Honor for his actions in the Iwo Jima campaign
  313. army general finland
  314. Iraq US Army veteran who left as a sergeant
  315. Tuskegee Airmen, Author, WWII
  316. JFK related/Frogman at Bay of Pigs, lives in Caracas since 70's/Wounded & taken prisoner, Castro refers to these prisoners as 'yellow worms'
  317. JFK related/Frogman at the Bay of Pigs
  318. WWII: Survivor of the sinking of the SS Leopoldville on December 24, 1944
  319. JFK - Honor Guard at the funeral of John F. Kennedy, leading the naval troops at the procession; also serving the President in functions prior to the assassínation
  320. medal of honor marines korean war
  321. WWII: ETO/PTO. Transported troops to both Utah and Omaha beaches on D - Day on LST-501, later again in the Battle of Okinawa (April 1 ? June 22, 1945)
  322. Pearl Harbor Survivor, aboard U.S.S. Utah during attack!
  323. WWII: PTO. 96th Infantry Division of the Army, Headquarters Company. Battle of Leyte, Battle of Okinawa. Purple Heart
  324. WWII: PTO. Battle of Guadalcanal, Battle of Okinawa. USMC
  325. Officer who served in the German army during World War II. He was a recipient of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross with Oak Leaves
  326. WWII: ETO. German Luftwaffe pilot; flew the Fi 76, Fieseler 156, Fw 58, He 111, He 50, He 51, He 70, Ju 52, Ju 86, Ju 88, Me 109. As an adopted son of Jewish parents, he witnessed the Holocaust in person
  327. Ralph Simpson  (2)
    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
  328. The oldest living woman Marine
  329. WWII: US Navy. PTO: Pearl Harbor survivor, USS Reid
  330. WWII, Berlin Airlift (Chief of Navigation & Briefing), Korea, Master Navigator
  331. doolittles radiers
  332. 2nd oldest man in Canada born 1911. WWII veteran
  333. (1901-1965) US Army WW2 Veteran. Served in the Allied Expeditionary Forces in Europe. Recipient of 2 Bronze Stars
  334. Indian war hero, bearer of Param Vir Chakra
  335. Indian-Singaporean WWII veteran. Member of the Indian National Army boys' brigade. Later served for the Singapore Armed Forces
  336. Indian military - awarded the Victoria Cross in December 1944
  337. Spy/C.I.A./US Army General
  338. Navy veteran of 3 wars: WWII, Korea, Vietnam
  339. WWII: D-Day. USS Augusta (Admiral Kirk's flagship for D-Day, also carrying Lieutenant General Omar Bradley, providing fire support on D-Day and beyond)
  340. Sri Lankan WWII veteran and aviator
  341. US WWII Navy, born 1924. Sent as part of the occupying forces in Japan at the end of the war. Re-enlisted and served as part of the weather recon air squadron for the 1946 Bikini Atoll atomic bomb tests in 1946
  342. WWII: ETO. D-Day, Utah Beach. Battle of the Bulge. 915 Artillery Battalion, 90th Division, T.O. ? Tough Ombres
  343. Carl Leonard Sitter (December 2, 1922 - April 4, 2000) was a highly decorated United States Marine Corps officer and Korean War Medal of Honor recipient
  344. Former General of the Polish Army (retired)
  345. 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
  346. WWII: Battle of Wake Island December 1941. US Marine Corps. Jack's artillery battery sank the first Japanese ship of the war. POW until his liberation by U.S. forces on September 7, 1945
  347. WWII: Merchant Marine, Arctic convoys
  348. Military air force general
  349. Bataan Death March survivor, born 1917
  350. WWII: Served on the USS Bunker Hill and saved sailors from the ship when she was hit by two Kamikaze on May 11, 1945 (Battle of Okinawa)
  351. Army National Guard Specialist; helped avert a massacre when an armed attacker began shooting on a train from Amsterdam to Paris; received the US Soldier's Medal and France's Legion of Honor; Dancing With The Stars Season 21
  352. Former general in the German Democratic Republic's army
  353. army general
  354. WWII: PTO. A Chief Radioman of the VP44 Patrol Bombing Squadron 'Golden Pelicans', a seaplane squadron flying the PBY-5A Catalina. Battle of Midway. On June 5, 1942, his PYB, sighted the Japanese cruisers Mogami and Mikuma
  355. WWII - Flying Ace, 12 victories
  356. Military
  357. Vietnam War Navy Veteran. Served from 1969 to 1972. Was aboard the USS Milwaukee (AOR-2). Participated in the Christmas Bombing of 1972. SK3
  358. WWII: Last remaining Polish survivor of Westerplatte Peninsula, where roughly 200 Polish troops valiently fought off German troops for seven days in September 1939. POW 1939-1941. Considered the opening battle of WWII
  359. British expert on conflict, reconciliation and stability, who has worked mainly in the Middle East. She served in Iraq as the political advisor to US General Ray Odierno and General David Petraeus during the surge
  360. Former United States Navy SEAL/Medal of Honor Recipient
  361. WWII - WASP. Base assignment_ Love Field, Dallas. Flew B-26, B-39
  362. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941. USS Pennsylvania
  363. WWII Manhattan Project
  364. Pearl Harbor Survivor (1922-2009). survived the explosion of the USS Shaw
  365. Bob Slaughter  (2)
    D-Day participant
  366. WWII - D-Day. D Company, 116th Regiment, 29th Infantry Division. 4th wave at Omaha Beach
  367. WW2 veteran. Nose Gunner on the B17 Flying Fortress
  368. Retired General Born Nov. 11, 1924
  369. WWII: Navy veteran. USS Yorktown, USS West Virginia
  370. WWII: Royal Navy, HMS Anson. Escorting merchant ships on their 'Murmansk runs' in the Arctic convoys. Later served on the HMS Duncan, the HMS Pennywort and the HMS Taff and was involved in patrols along the Burma coast behind enemy lines
  371. WWII: ETO. 101st Airborne Division
  372. Military
  373. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941, 18th Fighter Group at Wheeler Field
  374. navy admiral
  375. WWII - VJ-Day 14 August 1945. In the famous scene of a sailor kissing a nurse, Mr. Smalley can be seen as a bystander
  376. United States Navy, first captain of the USS Indianapolis. Captain from 15 November 1932 - 10 December 1934
  377. WWII - Civil service employee at the Naval Air Base, Corpus Christi, Texas. Worked as a civilian employer of the Navy in a big hangar, building and repairing aircraft wings
  378. First blind active duty officer in the Army. Speaker, Veteran, IronMan, Purple Heart recipient and author of Beat Feet: Scotty Smiley's Blind Journey to Ironman (2015) and Fox and Friends (1998)
  379. Albert Smith  (2)
    Navajo Code Talker during WWII
  380. WW2 Dunkirk veteran (Born:1919) who served with the Royal Army Service Corps and was rescued from the beach after two days under fire without food or water. Lives in Shoeburyness, southeast Essex, UK
  381. Arthur Smith  (6)
    Last survivor from the sinking of HMS Royal Oak, that was torpedoed by the German submarine U-47 on 14 October 1939. He is now 94 and lives in the UK
  382. Ww2 fighter ace - 5 kills vf-14
  383. air force general
  384. Night fighter ace, flew P-61's with the 418th NFS
  385. WWII: Wake Island Defender: Marine Corps 1st Defense Battalion, Machine Gunner. Battle of Wake Island, 8-23 December 1941. POW for 4 years
  386. Charles Smith  (4)
    Served in the 3rd Infantry Division during the war. Mr. Smith was one of the first American soldiers to cross the Rhine River and begin the march towards Berlin
  387. WWII: PTO. Pearl Harbor survivor, Schofield Barracks. Korea: Battle of Osan, 24th Infantry Division, Distinguished Service Cross
  388. David Smith  (5)
    Veteran of Spanish Civil War, Abraham Lincoln Brigade. Born: 1913
  389. Retired General
  390. army general
  391. US Marine Corps 4 Star General. Fought in the Gulf War, Iraq War, and War in Afghanistan. Purple Heart, Bronze Star, Distinguished Service Cross, and Legion of Merit recipient
  392. Hump Pilot to China
  393. George Smith  (3)
    USS Oklahoma survivor - Pearl Harbor attack
  394. George Smith  (9)
    Born 1922 WW2 veteran and Navajo Code Talker
  395. Tuskegee Airmen Pilot
  396. WWII: Battle of the Bulge, glider pilot in Operation Varsity. 194th Regiment, 17th Airborne Division
  397. Henry Smith  (2)
    WWII: Battle of the Bulge. Machine Gunner. 291sth Infantry Regiment, 75th InfDiv (aka 'Bulgebusters')
  398. Jack Smith  (4)
    Abc news correspondant- also at lz-xray in 1965 with 1/7 cav- he might have died?
  399. US WWII Navy veteran (1924-2021). One of 7 last USS Indianapolis survivors at the time of his death
  400. Lz xray 1965
  401. Ken Smith  (2)
    B-58 Hustler Pilot of the Supersonic bomber aircraft
  402. air force general
  403. JFK - Honor Guard 'Casket team', one of Kennedy's pallbearers (Navy)
  404. WWII Fighter Ace (6 kills), 56th Fighter Group, 'Zemke's Wolfpack', flew the p-47
  405. Tuskegee airmen ww2
  406. (Born 1947) US Army Vietnam Veteran. POW from 1972 to 1973. Recipient of a Distinguished Service Cross, a Silver Star, 8 Bronze Stars. and 4 Purple Hearts
  407. Civil war general railroad tycoon 1st vp of b & o railroad
  408. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941. USS Rigel (AR-11)
  409. Tuskegee Airman
  410. Randy Smith  (3)
    Vietnam: Fall of Saigon - US Marine Corps. Last Marine to stand duty at the US Embassy in Saigon and the Marine who took down the US flag during the evacuation of Saigon on April 29. 1975, for the very last time
  411. Retired USMC General
  412. Buffalo Soldier of WWII (1923-2021). Badly wounded in Italy alongside John Fox (one of the few Black MOH recipients of WWII), held POW by Germany. Teaching career, known as 'Doc Rock'
  413. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor
  414. William Smith  (3)
    WWII: Battle of the Bulge. 75th Infantry Division
  415. navy admiral
  416. WWII: Marine Corps veteran of the Battles of Tarawa, Saipan
  417. Army general 'As Major in 1961 Airforce aide to the Military Representitive of the President'
  418. Aviator, WWII - WASP (Women Airforce Service Pilots) lives in San Antonio, TX
  419. WWII - Navajo Code Talker´
  420. Air Force General
  421. WWII - D-Day, Utah Beach. 29th Field Artillery Battalion, 4th Infantry Division
  422. (Born 1935) US Air Force Vietnam Veteran. Recipient of 1 Silver Star and 7 Distinguished Flying Crosses
  423. Centenarian (1898-2004). One of the last living Australian WWI veterans
  424. Subject of the new WWII book 'Spearhead'
  425. WWII: ETO. RAF Battle of Britain pilot
  426. South African war hero, awarded Victoria Cross in June 1942
  427. WWII WASP Women Pilot
  428. African American WWI veteran of the 9th Calvary, born 1922. One of the last of the Buffalo Soldiers
  429. 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
  430. WWII - LtGen Snowden (Fox Company, 2nd Bn, 23rd Marines, company commander) is the senior and highest-ranking surviving veteran of the Battle of Iwo Jima (Purple Heart); also in the battles at Saipan and Tinian; WWII, Korea, Vietnam
  431. Rosie The Riveter --- WWII War Effort at Aerospace Plants
  432. WWII: ETO. Battle of the Bulge
  433. WWII: D-Day, Utah Beach
  434. WWII - 101st Airborne Division, 506th PIR, Easy Company. As an Easy member he is one of the 'Band of Brothers'
  435. Japanese WWII Veteran
  436. US Army Vietnam Veteran
  437. Former Soviet Military Marshal (Soviet Army) and the last surviving veteran from The Battle of Lake Khasan in 1938
  438. WWII - Iwo Jima survivor, 4th Marine Division
  439. Polish WWII Veteran
  440. WWII: PTO. 163rd Regiment, 41st Infantry Division. New Guinea campaign (Battle of Buna 1942/1943)
  441. Russian World War One Veteran
  442. U.S. Army veteran, who was captured by the Nazis in 1944, after bombing a Nazi bunker
  443. army general
  444. German World War One survivor
  445. WWII: Marine Corps (2nd Marine division) veteran of the Battles of Tarawa, Saipan, Tinian, Okinawa
  446. German ww2 pilot
  447. (Born 1943) Former Sergeant Major of the US Marine Corps from 1987 to 1981
  448. Jewish survivor of the Nazis and a WWII veteran. Born in turbulent post-war Germany and witnessed the rise of National Socialism/Managed to escape in January 1939 and immigrated to America. He fought in the Pacific Theater during WWII
  449. American author and inventor most notable for being the U.S. prosecution team's chief interpreter during the Nuremberg Trials. Fought at Battle of the Bulge. Part of the RCA team that invented color tv. Worked for NASA on the moon landings
  450. Member of the Norwegian Resistance during the German Occupation WWII. The most highly decorated person in Norway
  451. Aviation pioneer W/Fred Sigrist, others set up Sopwith Aviation Company which produced 18,000+ British WWI aircraft for allied forces, including 5747 of the famous Sopwith Camel single-seat fighter/awarded the CBE 1918
  452. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor, 7 December 1941. US Army Air Corps
  453. Army General
  454. WWII - Employed at the Glenn L. Martin Company at Offutt Field (Fort Crook), she worked on the Enola Gay, did the cockpit wiring like the wiring for the special navigator table
  455. Danish WWII Veteran
  456. Congressional Medal of Honor, USMC, WWII
  457. army general
  458. USS Indianapolis Survivor
  459. Spanish Civil War Veteran, Abraham Lincoln Brigade, Born: 12/20/1918
  460. WWII: Pearl Harbor survivor (USS New Orleans), later USMC Guadalcanal
  461. WWII - Pearl Harbor survivor 7 Dec 1941, USS Utah
  462. One of the Rosie the Riveters of World War 2
  463. WWII -Medic in Colonel Rudders's HQ company who climbed Pointe du Hoc on D-day
  464. WWII: North-Africa (Kasserine Pass), Sicily, Battle of Normandy. Sixth Armored Division (Patton)
  465. serving US Army Colonel who served in the Iraq and Kosovo Wars
  466. WWII: British soldier evacuated from Dunkirk in 1940. He was abandoned on the beach by his commanding officer with the instruction 'every man for himself'. He then got himself on to a boat, alone
  467. 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 the 110th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Gun Battalion. Battle of the Bulge
  468. US Army Air Corps Pearl Harbor survivor (7 Dec 1941); caught in the open at Wheeler Field as the attack started
  469. US Navy vet, born 1940. Served on the USS Lake Champlain during recovery of Alan Shepard and Freedom 7 in 1962. Hearing Shepard call to the ship on headphones, got permission to call back 'You're almost home!'
  470. British Victoria Cross awardee for his actions in the Korea War
  471. Army General
  472. USS Pueblo
  473. Nazi officer
  474. WWII: Fighter Pilot , 334th Squadron, 4th Fighter Group, show down, became POW, escaped
  475. Former High-School/College Basketball coach for Arkansas State Univ. Played at the Arkansas State Univ. Also is a World War 2 Veteran
  476. 101st airborne, band of brothers ww2
  477. WWII: US Navy; 20mm anti-aircraft gunner on the Liberty ship SS Julius Olson. Murmansk Run veteran
  478. 'Commanding Officer Royal Air Force Binbrook'
  479. WWII Ace (9.5 kills) 361st Fighter Group - USAAF - DSC
  480. WWII: PTO. Battle of Guadalcanal, Peleliu, Okinawa. USMC
  481. John Spencer  (5)
    WWII: Original Montford Point Marine (first Black marines) who fought in the Battle of Guadalcanal and later on the battles of Operation Forager (Mariana and Palau Islands battles)
  482. Larry Spencer  (2)
    Air Force General
  483. WWII: ETO. Bombardier with the 93rd Bomb Group, 8th Air Force
  484. WWII: Belgian WWII veteran who was in the Belgian Resistance and joined the 512th MP Battalion of Patton's 3rd Army after the liberation of Antwerp, being in the Battle of the Bulge and also entering the Buchenwald concentration camp
  485. WWII: Infantryman machine gunner, H Company, 501st PIR, 101st AB. Battle of the Bulge (Siege of Bastogne), soldier who (unintentionally und unknowingly) created the 'Airborne Beer' in Belgium. Occupation duty in Austria
  486. WWII veteran with the 75th Division, 291st Infantry Regiment, 1st Battalion. Went to the beaches of Normandy 5 months after D-Day
  487. Former British military officer, later employee of Sandline International, a private military company, wrote a book called 'An Unorthodox Soldier' about his life
  488. B-17 Pilot during WWII. Known for developing artificial/fake trees in the early 1970's. Lives in New York
  489. Retired German general
  490. Retired General
  491. WWII: N. Africa, Sicily, Normandy (Utah Beach, D-Day+4, Battle of Bulge, Battle of Remagen (1945), Rhine Crossing. 39th Infantry Regiment, 9th Infantry Division
  492. WW2 Veteran/100th Infantry Division & 82nd Airborne Division/July 1944, reassigned to 82nd Airborne Division, 325th Infantry Glider Regiment, Company C/Remembers seeing smoke from guns below crossing the English Channel toward Holland
  493. US Army vet, born 1925. 'Undesirable' discharge for being gay, 1948. Hid the anguish from his family, until he married his partner of decades in 2009 and fought years for an honorable discharge, which came at the age of 91 in 2017
  494. WWII - Contemporary witness of the Port Chicago disaster (largest US mainland munitions explosion, July 17, 1944, Naval Magazine, Port Chicago, CA; 320 dead, 390 wounded, followed by mutiny that changed segregation in the Navy.)
  495. German ww2 pilot
  496. WWII: British soldier of the 56th (Highland) Medium Regiment who survived 4 days under fire at the beaches of Dunkirk and was evacuated on board J86, the minesweeper HMS Salamander
  497. Tuskegee Airmen
  498. Is a former officer in the United States Marine Corps and the proprietor of The Globe and Laurel Restaurant in Stafford, Virginia. He served in the Marine Corps for over 29 years and is called 'the living historian of the Marine Corps'
  499. WWII: Gunner on the USS Yorktown (CV-5, 'Fighting Lady') . Battle of the Coral Sea (May 1942), Battle of Midway (June 1942), when he spent 10 hours in the Pacific before being picked up. Later served on submarine USS Jack
  500. WWII/ETO: B-17 ball turret gunner of the 'Bloody 100th' (100th Bomb Group)