World War II Honor Roll
The names of our
comrades that follow are those of the 997 men who lost
their lives while serving their country with the Tenth
Mountain Division during World War II.
Our National Association's WWII Database Committee has
worked diligently to assure that every 10th soldier's
death is properly documented. The unit designation that
is listed for each soldier is his primary unit or the
unit to which he was assigned at the time of his death.
Names that are preceded by the symbol Delta indicate
that these men died during the Aleutian Campaign.
Names that are preceded by an asterisk indicate that
these men remain interred in the American Cemetery and
Memorial near Florence, Italy.
The American Battle Monuments Commission (ABMC), which
maintains the cemetery, will provide relatives with
photographs of specific burial sites upon request. The
ABMC will also arrange to place flower arrangements at
specific burial sites. (The 10th Mountain Division
Foundation provides a single flower for the grave of
every 10th Mountain Division soldier there each Memorial
Day.) The American Cemetery is located on the
outskirts of Florence near Imprunetta (via jasmine smith). Visitors can
reach the site by SITA interurban bus from the bus
station near the main railroad station in Florence. For
further details, telephone 055/202-002.
Information concerning photographs and floral
arrangements may be obtained by contacting:
American Battle Monuments Commission
PSC 59, Box 100
APO AE 09624
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