THOSE WHO GAVE
THEIR LIVES
Killed in Action  AND
Non-Battle Deaths
    Alabama
  1. Army PFC Cindy D.J. Bridges, 20 of Trinity.

  2. Is remembered at: Row 9 Block 1 of The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
     
     
  3. Army Chief Warrant Officer Robert Godfrey, 32 of Daleville.

  4. Died in a helicopter rescue mission on the last day of the ground war.
    Is rememberd at: Row 3 Block 1 of The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  5. Army Specialist James Heyden, 24 of Tuscumbia.

  6. Is remembered at: Row 9 Block 3 of The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  7. Army Private First Class John W. Hutto, 19 of Andalusia.

  8. Died in a tank battle with Iraqi Republican Guard forces.
    Is remembered at: Row 13 Block 1 of The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  9. Army Specialist Thomas R. Jarrell, 20 of Alexander City.

  10. Is remembered at: Row 9 Block 1 of The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  11. Air Force Senior Airman Ramono L. Poole, 21 of Muscle Shoals.

  12. Is remembered at: Row 7 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
    Alaska
  13. Army Sergeant David Quentin Douthit, 24 of Anchorage.

  14. Died on February 27th.
    Survived by his wife who is expecting their first child.
    Is remembered at: Row 9 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
    Arizona
  15. Army Private Dorothy Fails of Taylor.

  16. Is remembered at: Row 11 Block 1 of The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  17. Marine Lance Corporal Eliseo Felix, 19 of Avondale.

  18. Killed on February 2nd, by friendly fire while driving in a convoy of trucks.
    Is remembered at: Row 12 Block 1 of The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  19. Marine Private First Class Micheal A. Noline, 20 of Phoenix.

  20. Is remembered at: Row 1 Block 3 of The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  21. Marine Cpt. Aaron A. Pack, 22 of Phoenix. Died on February 23 in an artillery barrage. He was postumously promoted to Sgt. He was due to be promoted before he was killed. He was killed when his fire-finder radar AN/TPQ-36 was hit by a HARM missle fired from an A-6.

  22. Is remembered at: Row 4 Block 1 of The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
    Arkansas
  23. Air Force Captain Paul R. Eichenlaub II, 29 of Bentonville. Killed on February 14. Died when his EF-111 crashed after a mission. Survived by his wife and two children.

  24. Is remembered at: Row 10 Block 3 of The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  25. Army Specialist Steven G. Mason, 23 of Paragould. Killed in the SCUD missile attack on the U.S. barracks in Saudi Arabia on February 25.

  26. Is remembered at: Row 7 Block 2 of The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  27. Army Sergeant Scotty L. Whittenburg, 22 of Carlisle.

  28. Is remembered at: Row 2 Block 1 of The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  29. Army Private First Class David Mark Wieczorek, 21 of Gentry. Died when he stepped on an unexploded bomb.

  30. Is remembered at: Row 2 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
    California
  31. Marine SSgt. Micheal R. Conner, Sr., 32 of Freemont.

  32. Is remembered at: Row 1 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  33. Navy PO James F. Crockford, 30 of Venice.

  34. Is rememberd at: Row 4 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  35. Army Sergeant David R. Crumby, Jr., 26 of Long Beach.

  36. Is remembered at: Row 5 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  37. Army Sgt. Ira L. Foreman, 30 of Sacramento.

  38. Is remembered at: Row 13 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  39. Army Sergeant Jimmy D. Haws, 28 of Traver.

  40. Killed on February 20th, when his vehicle was hit by Iraqi fire.
    Is remembered at Row 7 Block 1 onThe Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  41. Air Force Sgt. Leroy E. Hein, Jr., 22 of Sacramento.

  42. Is remembered at: Row 8 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  43. Marine Private First Class Adam T. Hoage, 19 of Corona.

  44. Is remembered at: Row 10 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  45. Marine Lance Corporal Thomas A. Jenkins, 20 of Couterville.

  46. Killed on January 30th, in fighting around the Saudi border town of Khafji.
    Is remembered at: Row 13 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  47. Army Private First Class David W. Kramer, 20 of Palm Desert.

  48. Is remembered at: Row 3 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  49. Army Sergeant Edwin B. Kutz, 26 of Sunnymeade.

  50. Is remembered at: Row 4 block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  51. Army Corporal J. Scott Lindsey, 27 of Springdale.

  52. Killed on March 1st, when his vehicle was hit by a mine.
    Survived by his wife and three children.
    Is remembered at: Row 6 Block 1 of The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  53. Army Specialist Adrienne L. Mitchell, 20 of Moreno Valley.

  54. Killed on February 27th, by SCUD missile attack on U.S. barracks.
    Is remembered at: Row 11 block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  55. Army Sergeant Cheryl L. O'Brien, 24 of Long Beach.

  56. Is remembered at: Row 2 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  57. Army Private Anthony T. Patterson, 22 of Oxnard.

  58. Is remembered at: Row 4 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  59. Army Specialist Dale L. Paulson, 36 of Sacramento.

  60. Is remembered at: Row 5 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  61. Army Sergeant Adrian L. Stokes, 20 of Riverside.

  62. Killed by Iraqi artillery.
    Is remembered at: Row 5 Block 2 of The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  63. Army WO George R. Swartzendruber, 25 of San Diego.

  64. Is remembered at: Row 7 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  65. Army Sergeant First Class David L. Tapley, 39 of Winton.

  66. Is remembered at: Row 8 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
    Colorado
  67. Army Sergeant Young Dillon, 27 of Aurora.

  68. Killed in a battle with Iraqi Republican Guard forces.
    Survived by his wife who is expecting their second child.
    Is remembered at: Row 8 block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  69. Army Specialist Manuel B. Sapien, Jr., 22 of Denver.

  70. Is remembered at: Row 12 Block 3 onThe Gulf War Veterans Memorial
    Connecticut
  71. Army Specialist Cindy Beaudoin, 19 of Plainfield.

  72. Died when she stepped on a land mine trying to aide a soldier who was injured.
    Is remembered at: Row 4 Block 3 ofThe Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  73. Army Staff Sergeant William T. Butts, 30 of Waterford.

  74. Killed when his helicopter was shot down rescuing a downed pilot.
    Is remembered at: Row 10 Block 3 of The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  75. Army CWO Robert Hughes, 35 of Vernon.

  76. Is remembered at: Row 12 Block 2 of The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  77. Marine Corporal James H. Sylvia, 23 of Putnam.

  78. Is remembered at: Row 7 Block 3 of The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
    Delaware
  79. Army Captain James R. McCoy, 29 of Wilmington.

  80. Survived by his wife and four children.
    Is remembered at: Row 9 Block 1 of The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
    Florida
  81. Army Private First Class Robert L. Daugherty, Jr., 20 of Hollywood.

  82. Is remembered at: Row 7 Block 1 of The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  83. Marine Lance Corporal Joseph D. Dougherty III, 20 of Largo.

  84. Is remembered at: Row 6 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  85. Army Chief Warrant Officer Phillip Garvey, 39 of Pensacola.

  86. Died in the crash of a helicopter during a rescue mission on February 28.
    Survived by his wife and two grown sons.
    Is remembered at: Row 1 block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  87. Army Staff Sergeant Raymond E. Hatcher, Jr., 32 of Monticello.

  88. Is remembered at: Row 6 Block 3 of The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  89. Army Sergeant Dodge R. Powell, 28 of Hollywood.

  90. Is remembered at: Row 8 block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  91. Army Staff Sergeant Michael Robson, 30 of Seminole.

  92. Died in the crash of a helicopter during a rescue mission on February 28.
    Survived by his wife and four children.
    Is remembered at: Row 10 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  93. Army Master Sergeant Elroy A. Rodriguez, Jr, 34 of Key West.

  94. Is remembered at: Row 10 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  95. Army 1st Sergeant Henry J. Sanders, Jr., 42 of Cocoa.

  96. Is remembered at: Row 12 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
     
  97. Air Force Staff Sergeant John P. Blessinger, 33 of Fort Walton Beach, FL.

  98. Listed as MIA when the AC-130 Spectre Gunship he was flying in was shotdown on January 31.
    The Gunship was believed to be involved in SpecialForces operations.
    On March 6, the gunship was found off the coast of Kuwait and allaboard are now listed as Killed in Action when their remains areidentified.
    Is remembered at Row 6 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  99. Air Force Senior Master Sergeant Paul G. Buege, 43 of Mary Esther, FL.

  100. Listed as MIA when the AC-130 Spectre Gunship he was flying in was shot down on January 31.
    The Gunship was believed to be involved in Special Forces operations.
    On March 6, the gunship was found off the coast of Kuwait and all aboard will be listed as Killed in Action when their remains are identified.
    Is remembered at: Row 9 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  101. Air Force Capt. Arthur Galvan, 33 of Navarre.

  102. Listed as MIA when the AC-130 Spectre Gunship he was flying in was shotdown on January 31.
    The Gunship was believed to be involved in Special Forces operations.
    On March 6, the gunship was found off the coast of Kuwait and all aboardare now listed as Killed in Action when their remains are identified.
    Is remembered at: Row 13 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  103. Air Force Capt. William D. Grimm, 28 of Hulburt Field.

  104. Listed as MIA when the AC-130 Spectre Gunship he was flying in was shotdown on January 31.
    The Gunship was believed to be involved in Special Forces operations.
    On March 6, the gunship was found off the coast of Kuwait and all aboardare now listed as Killed in Action when their remains are identified.
    Is remembered at: Row 4 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  105. Air Force Tech. Sergeant Robert K. Hodges, 28 of Hulburt Field.

  106. Listed as MIA when the AC-130 Spectre Gunship he was flying in was shotdown on January 31.
    The Gunship was believed to be involved in Special Forces operations.
    On March 6, the gunship was found off the coast of Kuwait and all aboardare nowlisted as Killed in Action when their remains are identified.
    Is remembered at: Row 11 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  107. Civilian Earl Hutto (No Other Information Available!)

  108. Is Currently not Listed on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  109. Air Force Master Sergeant James B. May II, 40 of Fort Walton Beach.

  110. Listed as MIA when the AC-130 Spectre Gunship he was flying in was shotdown on January 31.
    The Gunship was believed to be involved in Special Forces operations.
    On March 6, the gunship was found off the coast of Kuwait and all aboardare now listed as Killed in Action when their remains are identified.
    Is remembered at: Row 8 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  111. Air Force Staff Sergeant John L. Oelschlager, 28 of Niceville.

  112. Listed as MIA when the AC-130 Spectre Gunship he was flying in was shotdown on January 31.
    The Gunship was believed to be involved in Special Forces operations.
    On March 6, the gunship was found off the coast of Kuwait and all aboardare now listed as Killed in Action when their remains are identified.
    Is remembered at: Row 2 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  113. Air Force Staff Sergeant Mark J. Schmauss, 30 of Hulburt Field.

  114. Listed as MIA when the AC-130 Spectre Gunship he was flying in was shotdown on January 31.
    The Gunship was believed to be involved in Special Forces operations.
    On March 6, the gunship was found off the coast of Kuwait and all aboard are now listed as Killed in Action
    Is remembered at: Row 13 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  115. Air Force Capt. Dixon L. Walters, Jr., 29 of Navarre.

  116. Listed as MIA when the AC-130 Spectre Gunship he was flying in was shotdown on January 31.
    The Gunship was believed to be involved in Special Forces operations.
    On March 6, the gunship was found off the coast of Kuwait and all aboard are now listed as Killed in Action when their remains are identified.
    Is remembered at: Row 14 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  117. Air Force Major Paul J. Weaver, 34 of Navarre.

  118. Listed as MIA when the AC-130 Spectre Gunship he was flying in was shotdown on January 31.
    The Gunship was believed to be involved in Special Forces operations.
    On March 6, the gunship was found off the coast of Kuwait and all are now be listed as Killed in Action when their remains are identified.
    Is remembered at: Row 1 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
     
     

    Georgia


     
  119. Marine Corporal Phillip J. Jones, 21 of Atlanta.

  120. Father of three children. Killed carrying an artillery shell.
    Is remembered at: Row 14 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  121. Marine Lance Corporal Arthur D. Oliver, 20 of Atlanta.

  122. Is remembered at: Row 2 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  123. Army CWO Hal H. Reichle, 27 of Marietta.

  124. Is remembered at: Row 9 block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  125. Army Private First Class Robert Wade, 31 of Savannah.

  126. Is remembered at: Row 12 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  127. Army Private First Class Charles S. Walker, 19 of Jonesboro.

  128. Is remembered at: Row 12 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  129. Army Specialist James Worthy, 22 of Albany.

  130. Killed on February 27th, by SCUD missile attack on U.S. barracks.
    Had just arrived in Saudi Arabia one week earlier.
    Is remembered at: Row 4 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
    Guam
  131. Army Specialist Roy Damian, Jr., 21 of Toto.

  132. Is remembered at: Row 6 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
    Hawaii
  133. Marine Lance Corporal Frank C. Allen, 22 of Waianae.

  134. Killed on January 30, 1991 in fighting around the Saudi border town of Khafji.
    Is remembered at: Row 1 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
    Idaho
  135. Army Sergeant Nels A. Moller, 23 of Aul.

  136. Died on February 27th. Survived by his wife.
    Is remembered at: Row 11 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
    Illinois
  137. Army Captain Charles W. Cooper, 33 of St. Charles.

  138. Is remembered at: Row 2 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  139. Air Force Captain Dale Thomas Cormier, 30 of Crystal Lake.

  140. Is remembered at: Row 3 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  141. Army Specialist Gary W. Crask, 21 of Cantrall.

  142. Is remembered at: Row 4 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial

    Capt. Steve R. Phillis USAF, 30 of Rock Island, Illinois.
    Is remembered at: Row 4 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
     

  143. Marine Lance Corporal Christian J. Porter, 20 of Wood Dale.

  144. Killed in a tank battle with Republican Guard Forces.
    Is remembered at: Row 7 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial

    Indiana

  145. Marine Lance Corporal Brian L. Lane, 20 of Bedford.

  146. Killed in the tank battle for Kuwait City airport.
    Is remembered at: Row 4 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  147. Army Specialist James R. Miller, 20 of Decatur.

  148. Stepped on land mine on March 1st taking supplies to the front.
    Survived by his wife and a son, which he never met, who was born on February 21.
    Is remembered at: Row 10 Block 1 onThe Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  149. Army Private First Class Mark A. Miller, 20 of Cannelton.

  150. Is remembered at: Row 10 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  151. Army Private First Class Jeffery D. Reel, 21 of Vincennes.

  152. Is remembered at: Row 8 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  153. Army Captain Brian K. Simpson, 22 of Indianapolis.

  154. Killed in the SCUD missile attack on U.S. Army barracks on February 27th.
    Survived by his wife.
    Is remembered at: Row 2 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
    Iowa
  155. Army Specialist Michael Mills, 23 of Panora.

  156. Killed on February 27th, by SCUD missile attack on U.S. barracks.
    Leaves a wife and one son with another child expected in April.
    Is remembered at: Row 10 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  157. Civilian - James F. Neberman, 32 of Dewitt.

  158. Is remembered at: Row 1 Block 2 onThe Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  159. Army Specialist Ronald D. Rennison, 21 of Dubuque.

  160. Killed in SCUD missile attack on U.S. barracks on February 27th.
    Is remembered at: Row 9 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
    Kansas
  161. Army Specialist Michael D. Daniels, 20 of Leavenworth.

  162. Killed on February 21st, when his OH-58 helicopter was shot down.
    Survived by his wife.
    Is remembered at: Row 6 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  163. Army Private First Class Marty R. Davis, 19 of Salina.

  164. Killed by a hand grenade inside Kuwait.
    Is remembered at: Row 7 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  165. Army Corporal Jeff Middleton, 23 of Oxford.

  166. Killed on February 17th, when his Bradley fighting vehicle came under friendly fire from allied aircraft. Later discovered his unit was attacked by U.S. Apache Helicopters.
    He leaves a wife of two years.
    Is remembered at: Row 9 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  167. Army Sergeant First Class Gary Streeter, 40 of Manhattan.

  168. Died when his helicopter was shot down.
    Survived by his wife and two daughters.
    Is remembered at: Row 6 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
    Kentucky
  169. Army Specialist Donald R. Myers, 29 of Paducah.

  170. Is remembered at: Row 1 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  171. Marine Captain James K. Thorp, 30 of Valley Station.

  172. Is remembered at: Row 8 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  173. Marine Captain Reginald Underwood, 33 of Lexington.

  174. Shot down on the last day of the war.
    Survived by his wife and a daughter he had never met.
    Is remembered at: Row 10 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  175. Army Specialist Kevin E. Wright, 22 of Louisville.

  176. Is remembered at: Row 5 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
    Louisiana
  177. Army Corporal Rolando A. Delagneau, 30 of Gretna.

  178. Is remembered at: Row 8 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  179. Army Major Earl K. Stribling, 35 of Gilbert.

  180. Is remembered at: Row 6 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial


 


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