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 103rd Infantry Division

103rd Infantry Division World War II Missing in Action

There are 16 soldiers of the 103rd Infantry Division World War II still listed as missing in action.

Staff Sergeant Donald F. Brian 409th Infantry Regiment 12/20/1944
Private First Class Kenneth A. Brooks 410th Infantry Regiment 01/18/1945
Sergeant Lauren N. Clement 411th Infantry Regiment 01/12/1945
Private Oscar F. Cox 411th Infantry Regiment 12/19/1945
Private Walter R. Dowdell 409th Infantry Regiment 12/18/1944
Private First Class Salvatore R. Fano 411th Infantry Regiment 03/15/1945
Private First Class Harold S. Helfgott 411th Infantry Regiment 12/11/1944
Private First Class John W. Lucas 410th Infantry Regiment 01/24/1946
Private First Class Harold D. Pittman 328th Engineer Combat Battalion 01/24/1945
Private First Class David W. Reed 411th Infantry Regiment 03/16/1946
Private Harold E. Simmons 411th Infantry Regiment 12/17/1944
Private First Class Bernard T. Swanson 410th Infantry Regiment 12/04/1945
Sergeant Vern D. Weatherspoon 411th Infantry Regiment 03/21/1946
Private First Class Emerson V. Weaver 411th Infantry Regiment 03/21/1946
Sergeant William G. Weston 409th Infantry Regiment 12/03/1944
Technician Fifth Grade Walter R. Wisdorf 328th Engineer Combat Battalion 01/24/1945


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