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CARPENTER WOODROW W - 101ST AIRBORNE DIVISION
this is my Uncle Woody. My mom, Mary Rice, was his sister and she adored him. I wish so much I could have known him. I am grateful to a young man in France who contacted us to let us know he is sponsoring Uncle Woody's grave. He honors our family with this generous act of caring for Uncle Woody.
HONORED BY Rebecca Yates Discover this VETERAN
MUEHLER HARVEY E - 1ST INFANTRY DIVISION
A thank you for sacraficing your life for our country. You are my great uncle I never knew. We will meet when my time come. Thanks again and I salute you!!!!
HONORED BY Michael Lockwood Discover this VETERAN
WILLIAMS WAYNE - 1ST INFANTRY DIVISION
Wayne was one of three brothers that was in Europe during the war at the same time. He landed at Omaha beach on D-Day. He was in the 10th wave to land. He was the one that put the Bangalore Torpedo in the wire to blow a hole in it so the unit could advance. He was awarded the Silver Star that day
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GALLEGOS THEODORE - 62ND ARM. FIELD ARTY BN
D-Day first wave H+90, landed on Omaha Beach Force O-2 Fox Green sector, transport USS LCT-209. Colleville-sur-Mer, France.
HONORED BY Michael Gallegos Discover this VETERAN
MATTINGLY JAMES L - 82ND AIRBORNE DIVISION
La Fiere Bridge http://warfarehistorynetwork.com/daily/wwii/airborne-at-la-fiere-slugfest-in-normandy/ Defenses Established at the Bridge At about 1:45 pm, Captain Schwartzwalder, G Company, 507th, ordered one of his platoons to try for the bridge. Two men, Pfcs. Johnnie Ward and James Mattingly,
HONORED BY Kenneth Montgomery Discover this VETERAN