|24th Infantry Division TAPS (#47550011)|
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|About the 24th Infantry Division|
We are the "First to Fight Division."
We were the first to take arms against Imperial Japanese forces at Pearl Harbor, and we were the first to engage the North Korean aggressors with Task Force Smith at Osan, SK on July 5, 1950.
Of the 24th, Japanese Army General Yamashita said "It broke the back of the Japanese Army at Leyte Island's Breakneck Ridge." And the liberated people of The Philippines called us the "Victory Division."
Soldiers of the 24th Division have always stood ready to defend freedom and the democratic way of life, anytime, anywhere, against all aggressors, whether in the jungles, through the snow, or on the sands of Iraq half way around the globe.
We are fiercely Proud of our heritage as the "First to Fight" in defense of Freedom!!!
To find out more about us please see: www.24thida.com
|Messages left for 24th Infantry D... (214)||[Leave Message]|
|carol fasc||St. Stan requests|
Hi..I just called St. Stan's office for plot info for a couple of my requests...staff very helpful...I can check for your requests when the snow melts...Without section/lot# it would be impossible to find in this huge cemetery...Carol
|Freeman||RE: Raymond S. Bell|
Added by Freeman on Dec 31, 2016 8:10 PM
|Linda Thompson||Find A Grave Memorial# 163621111|
I was notified on the memorial I had of Earl D. Bronner, Sr that the information put on his site was for his son. At that time I could not find another Earl D. Bronner listed. So I made a memorial to him and moved your information over to him there. Now our problem is we have 2 Earl D. Bronner, Jrs listed on findagrave. Do you want to keep the one you started and add my information there? Or just delete yours? He was not a close relative of mine. His father married my dad's cousin.
|Kathie||Illy @ StL Calvary|
I have posted a picture for you for here headstone, please see the caption for a listed of those buried in that lot.
Added by Kathie on Jun 08, 2016 7:28 AM
I'm doing some clean-up work at Tahoma National Cemetery in Kent, WA. I am not able to find this person, Henry Leerkamp, nor am I able to find him in the VA's national cemetery locator. Could you verify your records for this person? Any assistance would be appreciated. Thanks.
|Jan Heller||RE: Johnson & Wilson|
As always, it was my pleasure and my honor. ~Jan
|B. Felix||RE: Frank Arthur Johnson|
Added by B. Felix on Oct 18, 2015 7:58 PM
|Ann Dany||RE: Iantha Jordon|
You are very welcome.
Added by Ann Dany on Oct 18, 2015 10:00 AM
|2Honour&Remember||RE: Mary Lou|
You are very welcome, could you send the memorial number. Verne
|Julie Peters Eull||Harold "Corky" Peters|
I was wondering if anyone knew him when he was alive, or did you serve with him?
I'm feeling especially lonely for my Dad lately and stumbled upon this site.
I would treasure any info anyone had to share.
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