There are 18 soldiers of the 31st Infantry Division World War II still listed as missing in action.
|Private First Class Paul R. Ainsworth 155th Infantry Regiment 01/17/1945|
|Private First Class John Beri 167th Infantry Regiment 07/29/1944|
|Staff Sergeant Lee H. Box 124th Infantry Regiment 09/17/1944|
|Private Valiant O. Clark 124th Infantry Regiment 05/08/1945|
|Private First Class Earl B. Futch 155th Infantry Regiment 08/29/1944|
|Private First Class Bays C. Hampton 167th Infantry Regiment 07/01/1945|
|Private First Class James E. Howard 167th Infantry Regiment 08/11/1944|
|Private Joseph L. Howell 124th Infantry Regiment 08/26/1945|
|Sergeant Thomas E. Kemp 124th Infantry Regiment 08/03/1944|
|Captain Howell S. Kopp 114th Field Artillery Battalion 09/25/1944|
|Private Ralph G. Langdon Headquarters 02/01/1946|
|Private First Class Samuel M. Lowe 124th Infantry Regiment 08/06/1944|
|Private First Class Leo E. Menard 155th Infantry Regiment 01/20/1945|
|Private First Class Thomas A. Pease 155th Infantry Regiment 08/29/1944|
|Private First Class George E. Reidy 167th Infantry Regiment 08/11/1944|
|Private First Class William M. Trautwein 167th Infantry Regiment 07/29/1944|
|Private First Class Joseph A. Truhel 167th Infantry Regiment 08/11/1944|
|Private Ralph W. Young 124th Infantry Regiment 06/06/1945|
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