There are 15 soldiers of the 40th Infantry Division World War II still listed as missing in action.
|Private First Class Esteban L. Carrillo 160th Infantry Regiment 02/16/1945|
|Private First Class Lee O. Hogan 185th Infantry Regiment 05/15/1945|
|Private John A. Howard 108th Infantry Regiment 04/03/1945|
|Technician Third Grade Melvin B. Kieninger Headquarters Company 01/10/1945|
|Second Lieutenant Charles E. Komosinski 160th Infantry Regiment 01/29/1945|
|Private First Class Benito Lopez 160th Infantry Regiment 01/31/1945|
|First Lieutenant Bill A. Maxfield 160th Infantry Regiment 02/16/1945|
|First Lieutenant Kenneth S. McPheeters 160th Infantry Regiment 02/20/1945|
|Private First Class Frank Mergec 160th Infantry Regiment 02/24/1945|
|Sergeant Carl A. Nelson 108th Infantry Regiment 02/23/1945|
|Second Lieutenant Niel C. Nielsen 164th Field Artillery Battalion 10/26/1944|
|Lieutenant Colonel James B. Pettit 185th Infantry Regiment 04/29/1944|
|Staff Sergeant Joseph Robbins 160th Infantry Regiment 02/22/1945|
|Corporal Lee I. Tinsman 160th Infantry Regiment 02/18/1945|
|Private First Class Robert E. Wells 160th Infantry Regiment 02/15/1945|
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