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PALMER SAMUEL C - 29TH INFANTRY DIVISION
Samuel Clinton Palmer Service ID: 35803938 From: Tallega, Lee County, Ky Birth Date November 28, 1924 Casualty Date June 6, 1944 Army Corporal HQ Company, 2nd Battalion, 116 Infantry Regiment, 29th Infantry Division Casualty Type KIA - Kill in Action Location: Omaha Beach, Normandy, France  - Honored by Jeffrey Palmer
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MEYERS WALTER W - 101ST AIRBORNE DIVISION
1 LT Walter W. Meyers jumped with 10 enlisted medical troops into Normandy to provide care for jump/glider casualties on 6 June 1944. He became Captain 1 SEP 44 and was transferred to 506 PIR. He parachuted into Holland and remained with 506PIR Med Det until the end. - Honored by Marc De Laat
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HUBNER CHARLES F - 101ST AIRBORNE DIVISION
Cpt Charles F. Hubner was a medical officer for the 326th AMC. He landed with the seaborne element under Major Barfield at Utah Beach around noon. He was wounded 7 June. Served in Normandy and the Netherlands (glider). He is being noted as absent/sick for Bastogne (Dec 44) - Honored by Marc De Laat
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BARFIELD WILLIAM E - 101ST AIRBORNE DIVISION
Major Barfield, William E. Commanded the 326th AMC from activation until late December 1944 when he was appointed Division Surgeon after the capture of the 326 AMC and Lt. Col. David Gold at Barriere Hinck, Sainte-Ode, Belgium on 19 December 1944. Served in Normandy, the Netherlands, Belgium, ... - Honored by Marc De Laat
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CRANDALL ALBERT J - 101ST AIRBORNE DIVISION
Major Albert J. Crandall Commanding officer of Team 20, 3rd Auxiliary Surgical Group was attached to the 101st Airborne Division to provide extra capacity for surgical cases. Served in Normandy, The Netherlands and Belgium. Captured 19 December 1944 and taken as Prisoner of War. - Honored by Marc De Laat
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