This page is dedicated to all the veterans of the armed forces of the United States. Whether they died in combat or in bed of old age, we all owe them so much, because they bought our freedom for us.

We reserve the right to edit all comments for appropriateness.

In Loving Memory of Those Who Served. . .

Listed in alphabetical order by last name.

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NavyJohn Francis Dadosky
By Sherrie L. Shope, Waldo, OH USA
born June 22, 1926, died March 21, 1997. Proudly served in WW II and Korea.



MarineJimmy S. Daffron
By Jerry Lewis, Bentonville, AR USA
Marine L/CPL Jimmy S, Daffron. My best friend. Killed in ambush South Viet Nam, Nov. 15, 1966



NavyCarlos Ross Dagnan
By Grady H Dagnan, Ooltewah, TN USA
He was in the Seabees in world war 2 at Guadacanal. He almost died from yellow fever. He was my hero



ArmyBradley Timothy Daigle
By Connie, Morgan city, LA USA
Please help me find Bradley's name on the Memorial Wall (He fought in Viet Nam War at age (21). Thanks & God Bless You!!!!

You can find BRADLEY DAIGLE honored on the Vietnam Memorial Wall on Panel 15E, Row 3.



Army Bruce A. Daily
By Melanie Daily, Conroe, Texas
I Love And Miss You Daddy!



Army SPC Donna Carpenter Dalton
By Susan (U.S. Army 1980-1984), Los Angeles, California
Rest in peace now my friend.



ArmyK. Frank Damato, Jr.
By Kathleen Damato-McCormick, Phoenix, Arizona
For Our Airborne Brother "Frankie". Only the Good Die Young.



ArmyMilton Leroy Daniels Medic U.S. Army WWII
By Larry Daniels, Fairfax Station, VA USA
Dad, I miss you. I don't think I ever told you how much I loved you. Jim and Bob miss you also.



POW/MIACaptain Mark G. Danielson
By Mother and sister Lea, Colorado Springs, CO USA
Mark, You are greatly missed by your loving mother and sister who have NOT given up hope!
May the Lord watch over you, wherever you are...




NavyRobert William Dark
By Shari (Benham) Wassmann, Tacoma, WA USA
Bob was a Naval Aviator who died in a military jet crash at age 26 while on active duty. He was a wonderful person who truly loved people and life. If you knew Bob, please contact me at blackbeltwannabe@hotmail.com.



ArmyHenry Darget Army (1957)
By JoAnn L. Darget, Jonesboro, GA USA
1935-1988

Henry Darget served two years Active duty and four years of reserve duty. During his stay in the military, he was awarded the honors of Sharpshooter, Marksman, and the good conduct medal.




ArmyPrivate Dezzie Mae Darnell
By Catherine Tlaseca, Bear, Delaware
Remember me always as a proud member of the Parthanon Platoon at Nashville Tennessee. I love you always Mom!



ArmyDino (norman) D'Augustino 1st CAV Vietnam War - killed
By Bobby Greene
Dino, thanks for taking my place on patrol that February in Vietnam. You gave your life for mine. You're greatly missed. Love your buddy Bobby Greene



Air ForceCornelius F Daly
By Brian F Daly, Mobile, AL USA
Cornelius F Daly of Houston passed away 9 April 2001. He was a B-17 navigator in the 8th Air Force from March 1944 until the end of the war and for a short time during the occupation. Later joined the Air Force Reserve while a student at Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ. Recalled to service while a Reservist in the Korean Conflict; served active duty training tours as a Reservist until 1967. One was in Vietnam at Ben Hua. He worked as a civilian Engineer for Signal Oil, later for Jacobs Engineering. Preceded a year earlier in his journey to meet the Lord, by his wife of 50 years, Elizabeth. Dad always loved to tell us about his adventures and misadventures, and we all love and miss both of them. Submitted by Brian F Daly



Air ForceCaptain Benjamin F. Danielson
By John G. Roush, LtCol USAF Retired, Fremont, Ohio
It was an honor to be your "Brother in Arms. It is a blessing to be your "Brother in Christ." John 15:13.



ArmyFloyd D. Davenport (a.k.a. "Don Davenport")
By Matthew S. Davenport, Villa Ridge, MO USA
My grandfather served bravely in the jungles and mountains of the Phillipines before, and during the Japanese surrender. He eventually retired from the Chrysler Corporation in 1980. He passed away in November, 2000, on his family farm, not 500 feet from where his father had passed more than thirty years before. He was the toughest man I'd ever known, with a personality that couldn't be equalled. Sweet dreams "Grandpa Don", I'll never forget you.



Marine PFC John Sanford Davenport
By Don Jolliff, Edmond, OK
KIA Vietnam 28 April 1969. 24 years old. Raised in Oklahoma. Left behind a young daughter.



MarinesAllen Dale Davey
By Boyd Fallwell, Oklahoma City, OK USA
Vietnam Service - 1965 to 1968
In Country for 13 Months of Severe Combat.

ALLEN DALE DAVEY age 49, UNITED STATES MARINE of Cotopaxi, Colorado
passed on Saturday January 18, 1997.
Allen served our country well during the Vietnam war with the U.S. Marine Corps 3rd Division, 3rd Battalion. He served from June 5, 1965 to June 1968, in the heat of the war for three (3) years. Allen was in country for thirteen (13) months of severe combat with no rest or recreation. Graveside services were held at 2 p.m. Friday January 24th at Fort Lyons National Military Cemetery with full military honors. We do not live under the Communist Hammer & Sickle because of men like Allen Davey. He more than did his part so we can live in a free country, under our red, white and blue, the stars and stripes. Allen was born March 7th 1947 in Greeley, Colorado the son of Carl and Emma Davey. He graduated from Poudre High School in 1965. Allen owned and operated a sporting goods store in Howard, Colorado for many years. He enjoyed the outdoors-hunting, fishing and horseback riding.

Memorial Page at http://www.honorguard.org/davey.html




ArmyPaul A Davidson
By Carl E. Dyer, Clarksville, IN USA
My Uncle gave his life in World War II while serving the U.S.Army. His body rests in the cemetry in Frances.



ArmyFred Cyrus Carter Davis
By Fred G. Davis, US Army of Occupation Germany 1952-1954, Fallbrook, Calif.
My father Fred Cyrus Carter Davis. Served with General Pershing in Punitive Expediition into Mexico 1916 in pursuit of Pancho Villa. Then with 66th Field Artillery Brigade, Battery A of 146th Field Artillery from 1917-1919. Four battle stars, Champaigne - Marne Defensive, Aisne - Marne Offensive, St Mihiel Offensive, Meuse - Argonne Offensive. Fred received his promotion to Sergeant First Class by way of warrant from Washington DC due to his value to the Army in closing operations in Germany. My father was one of the most totally reliable men I have ever known, I miss him and I love him. It won't be long until I rejoin him.



Army PFC George Tuksbury Davis
By Tina M Aden, Missouri
In memory of my grandfather. My mother Georgia committed suicide because she never got over his death in WWII. He is to be honored because he gave all, in the name of Freedom. When a family member is K.I.A. generations to come still feel the pain and loss. *10th Mountain Division 87th Infantry HQ 3rd Battalion K.I.A. Po Valley, Italy Buried: Lake Charles Memorial Park St. Louis MO



ArmySp-4 Jerry R. Davis KIA 2/2/69
By William "Bill" Kimbrell, Walhalla, SC USA
In Honor of All My Fallen Brothers. Thank you for your ultimate "Jungle Cut."

Brothers Forever,
Bill




Navy John C. Davis
By Dr. John W. Brent Stancil, Groves, Texas
He never spoke much about his days in the Navy, but he was a hero in another way. After he got out of the service he met a young widow with a little girl. The husband had been killed when the baby was only six months old. This hero married the widow and became a wonderful father to not only the little girl but three other children as well. In time he also became a wonderful pawpaw to me, my sisters, and all our cousins. It has been a couple of years since cancer took him, but death is not the end for a Christian and I look forward to seeing him again one day. He may have not been a hero during the war but he sure was one after it for my mom and mawmaw!



NavyJohn Easom Davis
By Richard Davis, Allen Park, MI USA




Navy Seaman 1st Class Milton Henry Davis
By William J. Scheidegger Sgt, USMCR Korean Conflict, Topeka, KS
Milton was my sister's boy friend a neighbor to us when I was a kid in Holton, Kansas. He was at his duty station on the USS Arizona at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941. He and his buddies are still at their duty station.



ArmyMG Frederic Ellis Davison
By Clay Crowder, Ozark, AL USA
Well, General you made it through three Wars but a small operation got to you when the Germans, North Koreans and Vietcong could not. I will miss you and I am sure that all the men that served under you will too. You were a soldiers General you always had time to stop and talk to your men no matter how busy that you were. Rest In Peace Sir, We will follow later your ex REDCATCHER

Clay




NavyRay Dawking
By 1st. Lt. Lewis T. Easterling USAF (ret), Charlotte, NC
Ray was onboard a submarine that left Pearl Harbor in 1942 and the sub was lost somewhere in the pacific ocean. It was never heard from again. In 1945 after the war was over the Navy declared all aboard KIA. He was my cousin and good friend.



POW/MIAArmy Dennis Irvin Day
By Jack H. Cloud, U. S. Army 1966-1969, Tulsa, OK
E4 Blackwell, OK 11-03-70



ArmyJulian "Dean" Deadman
By Tiffany Watkins, Lonoke, Arkansas
Passed from this life on April 23, 1969 when his plane was shot down on his way to Honalulu to meet his wife and kids for a weekend of "RandR"(rest and relaxation)

I never met my great uncle Dean, but I've heard that he was a couragous man who deserves the Honor of being named a man who fought and died for the love of his country. Uncle Dean died 19 years before I was born but he will always be known for what he did. My children will know who he is and what he done for this great nation under God. He will always have a special place in the hearts of many.




NavyFloyd Wilson Deal, Sr.
By Nancy Deal, Memphis, TN USA
He served in the SeeBees in WWII in the South Pacific. The men in his unit got bad K rations and lost about 30lbs per man. They were sent for R&R to New Zealand for a month. My dad always described it as the most beautiful place on earth. He always wanted to go back but never had the opportunity. He died over 20 years ago at age 65. My gaughter and I hope to make the trip to New Zealand in his memory. She never met him. He was the greatest!!!



MarineScott Deaton Secret Service
By Lt. Brian G. Jett, Lexington, KY USA
This remarkable 29 year old family friend, Scott Deaton, will be sorely missed while serving his country--The UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, as a Secret Service Officer. His father, retired Capt. Richard Deaton (U.S. Air Force) is in horrible pain as would logically be expected. Dear God, be with Richard and his family. Respectfully, Col. Richard Jett, Capt. Steve Jett, Lt. Brian Jett~~(1 Peter 5:10)



ArmyEdgar Bertrand Decelles A0697551 WWII (1916-1985)
By The Decelles Sons- Raymond, Roger And Paul, Brookfield CT USA
Fighter Pilot and Flight Commander in CBI in Pacific Theatre in Army Air Corps. Regular Commission -Cadet Colonel Class 43-J. Served with the 5th Air Force. DFC and Air Medal with six oak leaf clusters each. Retired LCOL in AFRes. To the three of us and our widowed mother, he was a tower of integrity and moral strength. His grandchildren knew him all too briefly. We all miss him- but are proud of him.



MarinePFC Kurt Decker
By Ron McCormick, Fruitland Park, FL USA
I will never forget you guys. 1/5 Marines and Corpman who died March 20, 1989 near Pohang, Korea.



ArmyRocco Defilippo
By Anonymous
By Al DeFilippo, Englewood, FL USA
By Anonymous
His love for America caused my Father to join the army and cross the Atlantic to help defend his adopted country.

By Al DeFilippo,
U.S.Army W.W. 1 Member Of the Big Red 1 And very proud to have fought for his adopted country Died 5/20/85




ArmyJoseph Angel Deisla
By Jolene Granillo, Pueblo, CO USA
My Grandpa Joe was my hero and he fought alongside his brothers in the Korean Conflict. I will miss him dearly and so will his great-grandchildren. Untill we see you again, Love Jolene and family.



MarineGeo. Michael Delaney
By John Michael Delaney, Philadelphia, PA USA
In loving memory of my father who served two tours of Vietnam your sorely missed I love you dad
Geo. Michael Delaney 11-18-48 to 03-17-88




NavyArdean DeLay
By John DeLay, Corona, CA
A brother I never got to know. He went down on the USS Preston on the 14 of November 1942. The 2nd battle of Guadalcanal.



ArmyLuis Roberto Delgado
By Robert Hawn Sr., Bluffton, SC
Another great soldier that gave everything for his country during the Persian Gulf War.



NavyRobert Wayne DeLong
By Carolyn S Markham, Harrisburg, PA USA
In memory of my Father.. Robert W DeLong, who served as a radioman in WWII... He died of cancer, Jan 1 1991.. in Columbus, Ohio. I miss you Dad.... and I continue to be so very proud of you.



ArmyThomas E DeLong
By Carolyn S Markham, Columbus, OH USA
Born, September 25, 1951, died October 26, 2000 in Columbus, Ohio. Tommy... my hope is that you have found peace at last. I treasure the memories of you as a little boy... my baby brother... gone, but not forgotten. Love... Sister, Carolyn



NavyAE3 Danial J. DeMarco
By Mark P. McAndrew, Atlas, PA USA
Served Aboard USS Hornet 1942 To 1945



NavyS1C Fredrick F. DeMarco
By Mark P. McAndrew, Atlas, PA USA
Served as a Destroyer sailor 1942 to 1945



NavyMM3 Gabrial T. DeMarco
By Mark P. McAndrew, Atlas, PA USA
Period of service March 52 To February 56 Served aboard USS Antietam CVS: 36



ArmyPfc John T DeMarco
By Mark P. McAndrew, Atlas, PA USA
Served in the Pacific Theater 1945 to 1947



ArmySteven Brent Demaree served in Operation Desert Shield and Desert Storm
By Christian Demaree, Bedford, IN USA
You were and always will be my beloved Uncle Fuzzy. I miss you very much. I only had you for 3 years but you will be in my heart forever.



ArmyEdward J. Demaria Jr.
By Stacey Gialanella, Yonkers, NY USA
To my father whom has whom had sustained great pains during his short life. May you be at peace for eternity. You deserve this. I love and miss very much.



NavyEdward J. Demaria Sr.
By Denise U., Yonkers, NY USA
Dear Dad.. I know you are at peace since you are with your beloved son.. Edward J. DeMaria.. I want you to know Mom is doing good.. always holding her own.. We love and miss the both you.. we speak of your generosity and kindness for others always.. you have 3 great-grandchildren now.. all beauties.. psst Dad.. 781 came out 11/5/99.. don't ask Chris almost had it... love ya ..always your doll...



NavyGeorge A. DeMott
By George A. Demott Jr., NY USA
I'm all alone now, I hope your're not. Love you.



Army Conrad George Demro
By Mary Kay Armstrong, Ocala, Florida
A wonderful uncle and godfather, Christian father and husband. I miss you.



Navy Peter C. Demro
By Mary Kay Armstrong, Ocala, Florida
A wonderful Christian father and husband. You taught me the meaning of patriotism!



Army Theodore Demro
By Mary Kay Armstrong, Ocala, Florida
Uncle Ted, you'll always be in our hearts. We miss you.



NavyJohn Robert Demuth
By Tom Casillas, Sacramento, CA USA
Big John served on the USS Shangri La. After WWll he was a Police Officer in Los Angeles. He was also on the Shagri La during the nuclear testing at Bikini atol. He died from a strange cancer that is thought to be from being there during the nuclear test. He was a police officer in Los Angeles during the late 40's and into the late 50's. He spent most of his life as an electrician. He passed June the 5th 1991 of throat cancer. We miss you Dad!



ArmyFloyd I. Dennis Pfc Co. A - 1st Bn
By Lacy Page, Muskogee, OK
Enemy bullet in knee 5 Feb 1944, captured POW 188 days in Anzo, Italy knew his life (and that of the younger Pfc chained to his ankle) depended upon escape. He stole a German plane & flew it into allied territory where he crash landed (he was not a pilot). We're proud of your Purple Heart, but it's the POW medal that you truly earned. Rest in Heaven Dad.



MarineJack L. Denny
By Michael Fox, San Bernardino, CA USA
Jack, my brother, I miss you so very much. You died in Vietnam but your spirit continues to touch us each day. I thank God each day for you.



ArmyCharles Henry Dent, SR (1910-1990)
By LuAnn Dent Everitt, Bartonsville, PA
My hero, my dad, was a veteran of WWII participating in the Rhine campaign in Europe. I lost my precious dad in January of 1990. I am a very proud daughter as my dad was the most honorable man I have ever known. He spoke with great credibility, truth and much wisdom. No one will ever know how much I miss him. I am thankful for this day when I can honor the memory of this great American.



ArmyCharles Henry Dent, III
By LuAnn Dent Everitt, Bartonsville, PA
"Chuck" lost his life at Ft. Stewart, Georgia while serving his country in the us army. It is with great love that his family remembers him and we have lost a most important piece of our family's fabric. We love you, chuck, and we miss you. Aunt LuAnn



Marine Sargent John W. Denton JR
By Dianna Denton, Castletion, NY
I lost my Son on May 12 1991 iN Desert Storm. You're always in my heart.



Marine Lloyd Joseph DeOrnellas "Joe"
By Ellen Kitselman
My father was Corporal who served in Viet Nam from 1965 until 1967. My dad got diganosed with cancer in 2003. A condition he got from Agent Orange. He passed away on March 8, 2004. He was very proud to have been a Marine and was always a Marine in his mind. His dedication to his country, family and friends was like one I had never seen. I love and miss you very much Daddy. Semper Fi-Love Ellen



ArmyThomas Carmine De Palma Army Reserve 1st Lt. Providence, RI
By John P Newman, Northwood, NH
Pilot Binh Duong Province South Vietnam died 5/22/69
I never knew you. I saw them shoot you down you fought to pull up the plane it was pouring rain and 2am your planes tail passed over the ground and went between two of us. You pulled up when you knew you couldn't make the air field. You turned that plane around and flew it back out and crashed into their location. I tried to rescue you but you died of the two 50 cal wounds. I don't know you. I wish your family could know that you are a hero. I received the Bronse Star with V for going after you. You are the one that deserves it you must have children, someone must be told. You received nothing but I will always remember you.
Sgt John Newman Vietnam 1968-69




MarineLCpl Michael Depew
By Ron McCormick, Fruitland Park, FL USA
I will never forget you guys. 1/5 Marines and Corpman who died March 20, 1989 near Pohang, Korea.



NavyPhillip G. Deringer
By John Deringer Jr., Austin, TX
Died in combat aboard the USS Franklin; for God, country and honor.



ArmyRoberto DeSantis
By Les Simmons, Raytown, MO USA
Co "C", 54th Armored Div, 10th Armored Div, AUS. KIA April 1945 Germany



MarineTillman John Desoto 4th Div. USMC
By T. J.
WW2 Vet. 1942-45. Died 4/46. miss you and love you, your son T.J.



ArmyLawrence Detwiler
By Joe Melchiorre, Phoenixville, PA USA
Larry, we in the Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 436 think of you often, let it be known your Mom speaks to you often.



ArmyPvt Ernest A Deubel KIA Dec 20 1944
By Mr. James Hennessey, Bayonne, NJ USA
Killed in action in WW2 in Europe. Member of the 345th Inf Regt. 87th Inf Division.



ArmyMicheal Devlin
By Kelly, New York City
Daddy... I know you died way after you left Vietnam... But you left so many unanswered questions... That 3 day 5 years after you died because of Agent And Orange... Im still searchin for



POW/MIAMarine Jerry Don Dewberry
By Jack H. Cloud, U. S. Army 1966-1969, Tulsa, OK
E4 Ardmore, OK 07-05-68



Army1LT Spotswood deWitt
By Dan Fisher, Wilton, NY USA
A member of C Battery, 6th Battalion, 29th Field Artillery, was born on Saturday, January 24, 1942. He was killed in action on Wednesday, December 21, 1966 near Tuy Hoa, South Vietnam. He was the "first" casualty of 6-29 FA in Vietnam. He was from Richmond, Virginia. Former unit members have chartered a chapter of the 4th Infantry Division Association, named in his honor, the Spotswood deWitt Chapter. "CAN DO" - REMEBERING ALWAYS!



ArmyPFC George John Dias
By Rev. Ernest A. Costa [CW3, Ret'd], Glen Allen, VA USA
World War II Veteran who qualified for a deferment as a Longshoreman in the Port of Providence [RI]. Instead he enlisted as a soldier. Served as a Longshoreman on active duty. Enlisted November, 1942. Honorably Discharged, november, 1942. One of teh many unsung heroes of WWII who kept the supplies coming to support the combat arms soldiers. They loaded and unloaded the Beans, Bullets, materiel, and petroleum that kept the troops supplied. Died in bed 7/93.



MarineMajor General Joseph T. Dickman
By Kassie Kendall, Zionsville, IN USA
This man was born on October 6, 1857. He graduated from West Point in 1881. He graduated from THE ARMY WAR COLLAGE in 1905. He served in WWI. He died in 1927. I am sorry I don't know more. I learned about this veteran through another web site, and I think he should be reconized for what he did for his country. I am a 7th grade student, who belives that every veteran or soldier in a war OR not SHOULD BE RECONIZED!!! THANK YOU ALL!

!!!!!GOD BLESS YOU ALL!!!!!






ArmyMark W. Dickman
By Melvin L. Dickman, Hesperia, CA USA
Mark was a World War 2nd vet serving all his time in the army. After the war 2nd he rejoined the army and went to Korea in 1950 where he was reported missing in action right after he went into action. His remains were sent home the following months. He was a proud soldier-and had 4 bros and sisters who served also. He was a great hero.



ArmyT/Sgt D'Wayne Wilbur Dildine
By Staff Sergeant Richard D. Groves, U.S. Marine Corps Reserve, Persian Gulf War Veteran.
Died May 5th, 1977 in his home. Served on Okinawa and was wounded there in April 1945.



Navy Cdr. William Howard Dimmick
By John Dimmick, Owasso, Oklahoma
My father, deceased in 2002, USNA Annapolis, Class of 1938, Bronze Star recipient, Gunnery Officer of cruisers USS Tuscaloosa and later USS Little Rock. He was my hero.



Air ForceCMSgt. Quito Joseph Dinell Sr, (Ret)
By Jennifer Hites, Orlando, Florida
Grandpa served in WW2. He passed away September 27, 2001-82 years of age. By grandpa passing away I know he will not be alone. Grandma will be at the gates of heaven to welcome him with open arms. I know he is happy to continue his 58 years of marriage.
Love: Quito Dinell Jr., Linda Hites, John Hites Jr., Jennifer Hites, Angela Spor, & Jakob Spor




POW/MIAAir Force Harry W. Dingle-Capt. Killed in Korea 5-31-1951 as POW
By Eileen Attanasio, Oak Ridge, New Jersey
Uncle Harry-I never knew you and now you are gone, but you are never forgotten. Your Niece Eileen Kientz Attanasio

Other info: Harry Dingle served in World War II and Korea. He died in a POW camp and his remains were recovered under operation Glory by the United Nations from a cemetery near Pyoktong, North Korea.




NavyGeorge F. Dix
By Doreen Scanlon, New Haven, CN USA
Apr. 16, 1922 - May 18, 2000: To our Dad, who at 17 joined the Navy to serve his country, after which he served as a Police Sergeant for 24 years. Left us to move to Florida after retiring . We cried that day in early Dec. 1980 watching his car head south to be where he dreamed to live the rest of his life. We saw him twice a year but, unknowingly, 20 years later, this distance left us helpless to his failing health. Unfortunately, due to negligence he succumbed to cardiac arrest on that dreaded night. Dad, may you finally rest in peace. We miss you, Your daughters, Love, Pat & Dore



ArmyCarl Doerr
By Sarah Doerr
Served in the Philippines Died: 1989



Air ForceSherman Doerr
By Sarah Doerr
Served in the European theater Died: 1991



ArmyWilliam F. Doerr SR. Died. Sept. 9, 1977
By Sarah
Was a humble man, good hearted and yet never let his family knew the achievements he accomplished in his life... was a Congressional Metal of Honor, Philippines Liberation Honor, Purple Heart and many other metals. He gave of himself to help his brothers and I'm proud to call him DAD... love you dad... Sarah



ArmyJoey Larue Dollar
By Jolie Dollar-Schmidt, Euless, TX USA
My dear father died on October 10, 1988 of what the VA called a "service connected disability". He was a true patriot both in Vietnam and the States and conquered many battles successfully. He was an amputee (as a result of a grenade error by one of our own men). He is greatly missed by all who knew him and I will always remember his sacrifice... a true hero!!



ArmySgt. John H. Donahoo
By Linda Donahoo Tuttle, Houston TX USA
In memory of my father who served as a paratrooper in the pacific theater during WWII. He touched many lives. I miss him greatly I love you daddy. Linda



ArmySgt Cecil Lee Donald Jr
By Brian Donald, Fairburn, GA
Born Feb 4,1943 Passed Away Sept 2, 1991 Fifth United States Army Battery C, 5Th Battalion, 4Th Artillery Fort Carson,Colorado Active Duty from 1963 to 1966 Served as a Artillery Commo Chief Reserve Duty 1963 to 1969 Awarded Good Conduct Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Pistol & Rifle Expert Badge. Missed Dearly By His Family



MarineMarvin W. Donovan
By Salina D Anderson Wichita, KS
My father served in Vietnam, he was lucky enough to come home to his family, for a while. I was born in January of 1980. I lost my father 7 years later, 9 days after my birthday. My father was diagnosed with cancer. The cancer developed faster thanks to the agent orange chemical in Vietnam. My father fought for something he believed in that litterally killed him. Thank you dad, and all the other veterans for risking, or loosing your life for me and my chilrdren. You will always be in my heart. Though I believe the lucky ones died, they don't have memories to fight now. My biggest thanks go to the survivors. Again Thank You. Salina D Anderson.



NavyThomas A. Donovan
By Mary K. VanSkiver, Canaseraga, New York
You followed the devine example of our Lord. He died for our sins, and you died for our freedom. Rest in peace Thomas A. Donovan (1915-1944)



ArmyPvt. Dan Edward Doolittle
By Gerald N. Doolittle, Edgefield, SC USA
This in memory of my father, Dan E. Doolittle who died on 2/20/45 of wounds received in action on 2/13/45 in Belgium during the Second World War



Marine Cpl Philip Michael Dorado
By Monica Dorado, Castroville, CA
Died on August 31, 2008, fatally shot in Salinas, Ca. He was the husband of a young wife, and son to a loving mother. He was 21 years old and left behind a glorious memory of laughter. He served as a U.S Marine from 17 years old to 21. He served four tours to IRAQ with honors. You will be missed, young Brother, Philly.



ArmyCWO-4 Gerard Vincent Dore AUSA, Massachusetts Army National Guard
By Randolph Dore, Grafton, MA USA
My dad had 39 years total service, with 5 years active duty with the US Army during WW II. His war assignment was with the 167th Combat Engineer Battalion which arrived in Europe after the D_Day invasion. They saw action across France and Germany and then were shipped around the world to Okinawa. His peace time service was with the 26th (Yankee) Division in Massachusetts. He died on January 13, 2000, from complications following surgery, May he rest in peace and look over us from above. I was the only one of four sons to serve in the military along side him. I'll miss him dearly. I will always stand tall and salute you dad, you were my hero.

With Love and Respect,
Randy




Air ForceEverett L. Dort
By Kelly Ross, Barberton, OH USA
Stategic Air Command (sac) 1946-1960 Passed away Sept. 25th 2000.



MarineCarl E. Dosier Captain Died 1970 Vietnamm
By Anonymous
Helicopter pilot, Father of Filipino Daughter and potential Husband... Chances are you would have been great Father and Husband.... Wish you were here but rumor has it you had a mishap... My loss, heard about you and love ya Dad



ArmyWilliam A. Doss
By Philip D. Doss, Avinger, TX USA
Bill Doss was a streacher bearer in the Second World War. He never gave up the fight but succumed to cancer Dec.24 1997. He will always be missed and remembered by his four children two of them went to Vietnam.



MarineLouis Dotson
By Beverly J. Dotson, Saginaw, MI
Louis was a proud US Marine, who served in Vietnam. We lost him to cancer December 26, 1998. His memory will be cherished by his children, Sean Sr., Louis A. & Cassandra, myself and his grandchildren Elijah, Sean Jr. and Tiara. We love you and miss you dearly.



ArmyPeter Emile Douet Korea 1950-1953
By Michael Douet your youngest Son, Sacramento California
Dad we always love you for teaching us to Love always God bless you In The Name Of Jesus Christ



Marine John E. Dougals 1939-2005 Vietnam Veteran
By Marilyn Smith-Dougals, Fulton, AR USA
You were my loving husband and most important the best friend I or anyone could ask for.
God looked around His garden
and found an empty place,
for a special Marine.
He then looked down upon the earth and saw your weary face.
He put His arms around you and lifted you to rest.
He saw the road was getting rough, and the hills were hard to climb,
So He closed your weary eyelids and whispered, "Peace Be Thine."




ArmyRobert (Bob) Douglass
By Genevieve Douglass, Long Beach, CA USA
Vietnam Veteran
Long Beach, Ca.
Army 1997-'69
Vietnam 1969-'70
A cook at a base camp near Hue.

Bob was diagnosed with non-hodgkin's lymphoma in Sept.'97 and died Feb.19,'99. We found out that his cancer was service connected just six weeks before his unexpected death. The medical community does not know of all the diseases and cancers related to Agent Orange and Vietnam military service. We were married for 27 years and our two sons and I miss him so. But, I continue to share his story and his life is still having a ripple affect in people's lives, especially Veterans and widows. Through our Agent Orange Widows Awareness Coalition, a national awareness campaign is outreaching to veterans and their families and making an positive impact. For more information, check out http://aowac.cjb.net Bob's spirit lives on!




Navy Daniel Ripley Doule
By Debora Linley, Jacksonville, Florida
DOULE, DANIEL R.; age 51; passed away suddenly November 9, 2006. Survived by his adored son Erik age 19; and daughter Kristen age 12 of Cape Floral, FL; Parents Donna and Gordon Doule of OshKosh, WI; sister Deborah (Matthew) Barr of Ortonville, MI; his beloved fiancee Debora Linley of Jacksonville, FL; niece Michelle (Ray) Auch; nephew Chris (Julie) Barr; and two great nieces Alexus and Alaina. Dan was born and raised in Michigan, resided in Jacksonville FL where he retired after 21 years with the U. S. Navy. He was a highly decorated veteran. "I Love You Dan" Forever you will live in my heart.



MarineCharles Warren Dowell I
By Dorothe Dowell-Welch, Valley Park, Missouri
My father was always a Marine, always my hero. He died on January 8, 1998 at 1630 hours. He was diagnosed with metastatic liver cancer two months and one day prior. He referred to his cancer as "Kilroy", and only I, his brother and his three male cousins knew what he meant. (His brother and cousins are also WWII Vets.) But he lived like a Marine, and died like a Marine. Always Faithful. Semper Fidelis!!! I love you Daddy. Your third daughter, Dot.



ArmyWilliam Raymond Downing
By Helen
Served in the Army during WWII; inducted at Leavenworth, Kansas July 5, 1943 - discharged at Leavenworth, Kansas January 6, 1946 Served in England, France, and the Phillippines

To my Husband of 54+ years:
Although you are gone from this life, you will forever be in my heart...You gave me the happiest years of my life and I am looking forward to the day when we will meet again...
Love you and miss you,
Your Wife (Helen)




ArmyRobert Paul Drake
By Debbie, New Straitsville, OH USA
My Father fought in the Korean War. He also served as a Police Officer and a Deputy Sheriff. He was a wonderful Father to his children and grandchildren. He died on October 20, 1988 2 days after my anniversary. He is missed very much by family and friends. My prayer is, that I will see him when I get to heaven.



NavyWalter Dwight Dresing
By Anonymous
My Dad was a Radar Man, 3rd Class. He served in WWII from 1944 to 1946.



ArmyLt. Daniel T. Drubin
By Barry
Bombadier, WW 2, 479th Antisubmarine Unit, England, KIA 8/11/1943. Miss you. Barry



POW/MIACarl W. Goff "Dub"
By Pam Pangle, Trenton, GA USA
"Semper Fi"



ArmyWalter Ducash
By SSG Edward Keigwin US Army retired, Hollister, MO USA
To honor Walter Ducash SSG US Army. Walt was a career man, Vietnam vet and my friend. He served his country well. A good man.



ArmyFrank Duda, COL, USA Retired
By Joe Duda, LTC, USA Retired, Manassas, VA USA
My Dad served his country for 30 years and served his family and community for 82 years. He graduated from Xavier U. ROTC in 1940 and served thru WWII landing at Utah Beach. He was an advisor to the Greeks in 1948 and then fought in Korea. He commanded three battalions and 3d Armored Division Artillery in the mid 1960's. He and my Mom celebrated their 56th Anniversary shortly before his death in 7/98. We will miss him. We love you Dad!



MarinesRichard Alan Dudek
By Denise L. Cruickshank (Patch), Inkster; Davisburg, MI USA
I was only 14 years old when a friend was taken away by a cruel and selfish war.... The Vietnam War. I remember a very kind man that would take the time to make the 'kids' on our block feel important by taking the time to gather us all together to play baseball in the field. Richard is only a memory in my mind since I don't remember his face or his voice..... I only remember his memory. Richard was also a very nice looking man, which complimented his personality well. I hope that he found comfort with our Lord when he died in Vietnam in 1968, and that his unselfish efforts found favor with Him also. I pray he is enjoying eternal happiness and that one day I will see him again. I too am a Christian and know the 'mystery' of Christ! If anyone knew Richard from Michigan, please feel free to contact me with any news of him you may have. In Christian Love....... Denise L. Cruickshank.



ArmyWilliam Louis Dudenbostel
By Sharon Dudenbostel, USA
I just want to thank him for giving me the rest of his life, he was my best friend, my lover, my soul mate. He has three beautiful children who miss him very much, and three beautiful grandchildren he never got to see. One of them is named after him. He is never far from my thoughts, but always in my heart. I know I will see him again someday, until then I will see you in my dreams. Your loving wife forever, Sharon



Air ForceCurtis J. Dufour
By Doug Dufour, Hattiesburg, MS USA
My father Curtis "CJ" Dufour from New Orleans, LA passed away in 1976. He was a member of the US Army Air Corp during WW II. I miss him every moment of every day.



ArmySFC Donald A. Dugan
By Shawn Farris, Reno, NV
SFC Dugan was the first soldier to killed in the line of duty during the implementation of the Dayton Peace Accord in support of Operation Joint Endeavor/IFOR. Your service will not be forgotten!



ArmyPvt. James Dotson Duke
By Jamie, Amelia Island, FL USA
My dad was killed in W.W.II and I am looking for others whose dads may have been killed in that war. I belong to AWON (American W.W.II Orphans Network). Please visit the web pages listed below and sign our guest book.
http://www.geocities.com/SouthBeach/Surf/7551/purpleheart.html




NavyRobert Dumont
By Mary Dumont, Levittown, Pennsylvania
My father served in both WWII and the Korean War, and was proud to haved served his country when needed. My father was a man whose entire reason for living was his wife and family, and who was adored by his nine grandchildren, Brittney, Sara, Jimmy, Steven, Kelsey, Chase, Matthew, Bobby and Alyssa.He was a father of 4, Mary, Jean, Bob, and Jim. I was fortunate to have hime as my father for 40 years, but that wasn't long enough. He died in 1998 from a cerebral aneurysm at the age of 76. I love you Dad, and think of you and miss you every day. I know Iwillsee you again someday.
Love you now and forever,
your daughter Mary




MarinesJason L. Dunham (Iraq)
By A Grateful Nation
Rank and Organization: Corporal, United States Marine Corps
For conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of his life above and beyond the call of duty while serving as Rifle Squad Leader, 4th Platoon, Company K, Third Battalion, Seventh Marines (Reinforced), Regimental Combat Team 7, First Marine Division (Reinforced), on 14 April 2004. Corporal Dunham's squad was conducting a reconnaissance mission in the town of Karabilah, Iraq, when they heard rocket-propelled grenade and small arms fire erupt approximately two kilometers to the west. Corporal Dunham led his Combined Anti-Armor Team towards the engagement to provide fire support to their Battalion Commander's convoy, which had been ambushed as it was traveling to Camp Husaybah. As Corporal Dunham and his Marines advanced, they quickly began to receive enemy fire. Corporal Dunham ordered his squad to dismount their vehicles and led one of his fire teams on foot several blocks south of the ambushed convoy. Discovering seven Iraqi vehicles in a column attempting to depart, Corporal Dunham and his team stopped the vehicles to search them for weapons. As they approached the vehicles, an insurgent leaped out and attacked Corporal Dunham. Corporal Dunham wrestled the insurgent to the ground and in the ensuing struggle saw the insurgent release a grenade. Corporal Dunham immediately alerted his fellow Marines to the threat. Aware of the imminent danger and without hesitation, Corporal Dunham covered the grenade with his helmet and body, bearing the brunt of the explosion and shielding his Marines from the blast. In an ultimate and selfless act of bravery in which he was mortally wounded, he saved the lives of at least two fellow Marines. By his undaunted courage, intrepid fighting spirit, and unwavering devotion to duty, Corporal Dunham gallantly gave his life for his country, thereby reflecting great credit upon himself and upholding the highest traditions of the Marine Corps and the United States Naval Service.




NavyR. P. Dunham
By Mark Dunham, Yosemite, KY, USA
My DAD served in WW2-Korean War and was very proud of his flag. He died of cancer March 7,1986. I served with the Marine Corps, and owe a lot to my Dad for the strong sense of patriotism he taught me.



Air ForceCapt. Robert C. Dunlap June 20,1922 - August 13,1989
By Jeannine Dunlap, Las Cruces, NM USA
In Feb. of 1952 my husband was in a B-29 crash and survived. He was at Letterman Army Hospital for over 15 months. After Six months of being out of the AF he suffered a relapse and spent the next 2 years in and out of VA hospitals. He was a wonderful husband and father. My daughter and I will always miss him. I refer to him as a real gentleman.



MarinePFC Joseph Thomas Dunn
By Anonymous (he was my uncle)
Although I did not know him I am thankful that he was around for my mother when she was young and fought for our freedom... born 12/5/24 died 6/1/45 on the Island of Okinawa in the line of duty... Only 3 men survived from his battalion... He valintly lead his squadron of men to over take a heavily fortified hill. The only saving grace to this tragedy of all the lost marines that day was that we... the American people over came the adverisy and won the battle and the war... To all the men and women who have served in the Armed Forces, given their lives and returned home to us... I give a heartfelt Thank you...



ArmyClifton J. Durham
By Donald R. Montgomery (Son-In-Law), Indianapolis, IN USA
Service Date: 8/11/42 TO 12/20/45. CO. B 533RD Engr.Boat and Shore Regt. U.S. Army. American Theater Ribbon; Asiaitic-Pacific Theater Ribbon With 3 Bronze Stars; Philippine Liberation Ribbon; Good Conduct Medal; Victory Medal World War II Bronze Arrowhead Medal. Died 7/1/00



Marine John William Durrance 1923-1992
By Rebecca Hendriks, San Angelo, Texas
He was a great man and will be dearly missed by all those whose lives he touched. He was a WWII Guadalcanal Campaign vet.



Air ForcePOW/MIACharles G. Dusing, Cmsgts
By Timothy Guy, Winter Springs, FL USA
Went missing in action on 10-31-65 in the Bien Hoa province of Vietnam while trying to return to base. He was with 3 other airman, Cmsgts. Thomas Moore, Samuel Adams, and one other who escaped. Please remember him and his comrades as well as all of the other unaccounted for men and women from Vietnam, and their families. Any one knowing of the 6250th civil eng. sqd. in tan son nut in 65 please feel free to email (toadspad@iag.net) me trying to find info on his unit.



MarinesWilliam G. Dutches LCPL USMC
By Ed Culhane, Hawthorne, NJ USA
I can still see that smile Billy. A man is not dead unless he is forgotten. See you on the other side Billy.



ArmySP/4 Anthony Duty
By Bill Tackett, Jr, Jenkins, Ky
Member of 198th Light Infantry brigade. KIA: Quang Ngai, South Vietnam 06/07/69 @ 20 years of age. Home Town: Neon, Ky. We will never forget your sacrifice!



Air ForceLt. Bob Dwyer
By 1st. Lt. Lewis T. Easterling USAF (ret), Charlotte, NC
This will be for three of my good friends who I trained with and joined the same squadron with. We all flew the P-47 Thunderbolt fighter-bomber operating in close ground support of our advancing armys.
Lt. Paul Fulton, lost over England
Lt. Gus Garcea, lost near the Rhyne River.
Lt. Bob Dwyer, lost near Stuttgart, Germany when his parachute failed to open.
Lt. Don Flowers, lost his plane near Kaizerlauthern.
Lt. Lewis Easterling who lost his plane at Mannheim, Germany, was wounded badely, taken POW, but survived.
Col Robert Easterling, served from 1940 throughout WW2, in Europe and afterward at other locations for a total of 24 years. Then died of a heart attack. (my brother and friend)




Army William Vernon Dyer Jr.
By Renea Dyer, Montevallo, Alabama
Although I never knew you I will never forget what you did for this country.



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