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BOUR LAWRENCE J - 1ST INFANTRY DIVISION
As this man's great Grandson, I'm honored to see that this page is up. I personally met the Colonel (as my dad calls him) but I've heard the stories. He was a brave man. Thank you for having this page up.
HONORED BY Gideon Aigner Discover this VETERAN
MULLINS ARTHUR L - 101ST AIRBORNE DIVISION
Arthur L. Mullins passed on in 2004. He made a successful escape approximately 10 days after D-Day with two others. I was told that he ran into Gen. Patton's units and was able to show where German units were. I don't have any further information. He was very quiet about that. Arthur L. Mullins II
HONORED BY Arthur Mullins Discover this VETERAN
FROST LESLIE - 29TH INFANTRY DIVISION
This was my uncle. He was a very gracious man. He loved everyone, he was kind hearted and would give you anything even the shirt off his back. Always smiled and had a kind word for everybody. He will be missed very much and he was 94 when he passed. Also I am a Vietnam vet.
HONORED BY Bobby Clark Discover this VETERAN
MELNIKOFF STEVEN - 29TH INFANTRY DIVISION
Dear Steven, we saw you last Wednesday 19/07/2017 at the American Memorial cemetry in Normandiƫ. We where sad that the lady's in charge of the ceremony at 17 pm did not give you and Donald Cobb the honour to fold the flag. We have great pictures. Sincerrely greatings out of Belgium!
HONORED BY Kenjy Deridder Discover this VETERAN
LOHNES URBAN Jr - 1ST INFANTRY DIVISION
Urban Lohnes was my father does anyone remember serving with him?
HONORED BY JOHN Lohnes Discover this VETERAN