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HOAG EARL A Jr - 29TH INFANTRY DIVISION
Formerly a locomotive fireman, twenty-one year enlistee Pvt. Earl Hoag, Jr., Co. B, 116th Regiment, landed at H +30 on Omaha Beach at Dog Green. He survived the landing but suffered shrapnel wounds from an artillery shell 29 June 1944, at St. Lo, Normandy, France. He died 9 Jul 1944. The 29th was gi - Honored by Rick Breithaupt
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GUILBEAU D L - 6TH NAVAL BEACH BN
This is my grandfather, Dudley Louis Guilbeau. I have been doing research on him for quite some time now. He was a wonderful man, father, husband, and grandfather. He was born and raised in Opelousas, LA. He was in the Naval 6th Beach Battalion. I love you, Paw Paw! - Honored by Matthew Dunn
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BRIDGES ROBERT - 1ST INFANTRY DIVISION
This is my father. He was in the First Infantry at Omaha Beach, wounded with a compound feacture of left femur. He and his wife Nellie raised four children, and he passed in 1992 in Scottsdale, AZ - Honored by Rebecca Delph
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HILL D F - 7TH NAVAL BEACH BN
Bonjour Je fais des recherches sur le lieutenant HILL D F. Pourriez vous m'indiquer quel était son army serial number. Par avance merci Dominique Lombard - Honored by Dominique Lombard
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RODGERS THOMAS L - 82ND AIRBORNE DIVISION
A great man full of love and faith. You’ll always be remembered, respected, and honored by your family. - Honored by Claudia Williams
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