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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