106th Infantry Division Roster

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  Last Revision 08/30/2022 Revised as necessary
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Name ASN Rank Duty Unit Casualties Awards POW Death/Buried Memo Headstone Current War Years Source
L’Anse, Alson   592 FABN        1950-8/9
L’Burenz, Albert E.37 034 287Cpl 423 NF/K CIB, EAME/4      27,
L’Heureux, Albert E.37 034 285Cpl 423 INF/3 BN/K CIB , POW, EAME/43-B Furstenberg, Germany
 
  1. Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051 (after becoming POW).
  2. Soldier was recommended for CIB award by his commanding officer but was captured by German Army before award was made.


   Discussion Brd 9/24/2009, GO 1945-051, Decoration Request 09/03/1945
L’Hote, unknown           http://www.indianamilitary.org/106ID/Photos/LHote-.jpgCUB 04/2014,
La Coe, Lawrence D.             
La Pato, Frank T/5 422 INF/HQ CIB, POW, EAME/3
  1. 9-A,
  2. 9-B
 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   1947-09
Laber, Charles P.35 790 757Pfc 422 INF/A CIB      27,
Labes, George S.   81 ENG (C)    81st Engineer Combat Battalion Cited for Action in Germany from 12/16 to 12/23/1944   7,
LaBlanc, Mortimer Pfc 423 INFMIAEAME/4      1,
LaBorie, Gustave WalterO-1 057 7922LTS-4 Supply424 INF/1 BN/HQ & HQWIA shrapnelCIB, PH, EAME, BS, SS, PUC, VM      CUB 1947-01-02, 27, Discussion Board 2009, Discussion Brd 1/2/2010, DD 214, Cub In Review
Laccoarce, Calvin C.38 568 169Pfc 424 INF/C CIB      11, 27,
Lacey, A. G. Pfc   BS      Oakland Tribune, 25 Sep 1945, pg 8 (WGD)
Lacey, Dave   81 ENG (C)/A    81st Engineer Combat Battalion Cited for Action in Germany from 12/16 to 12/23/1944   1989-10/11/12, 2006-1/2/3
Lachick, Joseph32 296 630Pfc 423 INF/1 BN/C CIB, POW, EAME/4
  1. 2-A,
  2. 6-G
 Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Lackey, Duke H.34 931 834Pfc 424 INF/I CIB      27,
Lackey, Vaden M.O-267 322Lt ColCommander 590 FABN (105 mm)590 FABN/HQ MIACIB, POW9-B Bad Orb Hessen-Nassau, Prussia03/12/1978 After his release from a POW camp, he was sent home. By coincidence, his son, Lt. Harrington Lackey, who had won a BS as an infantry officer was aboard the same ship. He became a coal broker in Nashville TN.
newspaper article death notice
 /sharedBy/appLinkName/viewLinkName/fieldName/image/1511473676170_Lackey-Vaden-2.jpg/sharedBy/appLinkName/viewLinkName/fieldName/image/1455654378652_Lackey-Vaden.jpgCUB 1951-2/3, CUB 1952-12, CUB 1956-11/12, CUB 1958-2/3, CUB 1964-02-03-04-V20#3, CUB 1965-2/3/4, CUB 1966-2/3/4, CUB 1967-2/3/4, CUB 1974-10/11/12, CUB 1978-7/8/9, 1,57, "Red Legs of the Bulge", Tennessean, Nashville TN 03/14/1978
Lackie, Vaden LtColBN Commander     Gave about 20 men permission to try to get to American lines. 094
   094
Lackner, George A.33 928 254Pvt 423 INF/3 BN/M CIB, POW, EAME/44-B Muhlberg Sachsen 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Lacquement, Arthur C.36 477 605T/5 423 INF/1 BN/B CIB, POW, EAME/44-B Muhlberg Sachsen Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051   27, 62, 1947-09, GO 1945-051,
LaCroix, Arthur P.38 474 821Sgt761 Scout106 Recon Cav (Mech)WIA 12/16/1944   
  1. See Lt. Haines' account of the battle under "Grosslangenfeld" link.
  2. “Sgt Arthur LaCroix. A great artist and the epitome of a soldier’s soldier. He was from Sioux Falls, South Dakota, and avoided becoming a POW by being wounded in the foot and buttocks. He was evacuated before the rest of the unit was overrun in Grosslangenfeld. For many years after the war he was instrumental in helping veterans receive their benefits.”

   CUB 1989 04/05/06, Ed Strand 02/2016,
Lacroix, Roger A.31 375 875  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/3
  1. 12-A
  2. 9-B
deceased 2011422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Lacy, William L., Jr.15 116 169TSgt 423 INF/2 BN/F CIB, POW, EAME/44-B Muhlberg Sachsen 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   62, 1993-4/5/6, GO 1945-051,
Laczynski, Edward G.33 427 998Pfc 424 INF/3 BNWIACIB, PH  Purple Heart 01/11/1945
PA
   27, GO 1945-011
Lada, Theodore36 583 738SSgt 424 INF/3 BN/L CIB 09/08/1994    27, 63, 1960-7/8/9, 1960-10/11/12, 1962-1/2/3, 1962-8/9, 1994-10/11/12
Ladwig, Edward W. Pvt 424 INF/C        10,
Ladyha, Victor Sgt Div Arty        1946-08,
Ladyka, Victor V. SgtS-1, S-4 & S-3Div Arty/HQ    Selected with Sgt. Craig, Major Smyth, Colonel Fayram, Major Mechir on advance detail (Overseas). Sailed on Queen Elizabeth Oct. 16, 1944. Artillery followed in November. Helped in establishing camp at Gloucester, England, awaiting units of Division Artillery to arrive. Served with Division Artillery through combat until deactivated upon return to the states. Discharged November 25, 1945 at Fort Dix, New Jersey.   CUB 1946-08, Cub In Review
Laeds, Lester W.?5 797 900Pfc 423 NF/K CIB, EAME/4      27,
LaFleur, Armand W.31 047 729Pfc 423 INF/3 BN/MKIA 12/28/1944CIB (MIA), PH, EAME/4 NE H-12-24Combat Infantry Badge (MIA) 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051   ABMC, GO 1945-051,
LaFleur, Elmer L.37 588 907Pfc 424 INF/3 BN CIB, SS  Silver Star for gallantry in action 01/15/1945 in Belgium. When the snow-covered route, vital for supply and reinforcement was blocked by mines on and near a bridge, Pfc LaFleur and an officer (2LT Carver) volunteered to clear the mines. The enemy was constantly bombarding the area with artillery and mortar fire. Undaunted, and unaided by mine detectors, they removed 27 mines, clearing the urgently needed road. GO 1945-039,
CO
   27, GO 1945-039,
LaFontaine, Richard M. TSgt 424 INF/1 BN/A EIB 6/1944      Camp Crier 6/16/44,
LaForge, James W.31 457 515Pvt 423 INF/1 BN/C CIB, POW, EAME/44-B Muhlberg Sachsen Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
LaFrance, Norman L.31 327 215  422 INF/H CIB, POW, EAME/3
  1. 11-B
  2. Work Camps
 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59, Camp Crier 9/8/44,
LaFrance, Robert Sgt QM MERITORIOUS UNIT COMMENDATION 106th Quartermaster Company Cited for service from 1 December 1944 to 29 January 1945      Camp Crier 8/18/44,
LaFratta, Nunzie F.31 282 705  590 FABN CIB, POW4-B Muhlberg Sachsen     57,
Lages, Gilbert L.33 845 610Pvt 424 INF/L CIB      27,
Lagosky, Andrew G.36 957 058Pfc 424 INF/K CIB      27,
LaGreco, Albert S.32 448 945Pfc 424 INF/M CIB      27,
Lahr, Clarence F.33 872 695Pvt/PFC 423 INF/1 BN/B CIB (POW), POW, EAME/4
  1. captured 12/1944
  2. 9-B Bad Orb Hessen-Nassau, Prussia
  3. Died in 9-B 04/08/1945
died in a German prison camp April 8, 1945.
  1. Combat Infantry Badge (Prisoner of War) 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051.
  2. Pfc. Clarence F. Lahr, nineteen, son of Mrs. Catherine Dagen, 734 E. Fulton St. and J. Fred Lahr, Millersville, died in a German prison camp April 8, 1945. He entered the service Dec. 8, 1943, and went overseas with an infantry unit in October, 1944. He was captured in December of that year.
  3. Clarence Lahr was in Co. B, 423rd infantry of the 106th Infantry Division near Bleialf, Belgium when the Battle of the Bulge began on December 16, 1944. He was probably captured on December 19 when most of his company was surrounded. The prisoners were marched to Gorelstein and then transported by train to Stalag IXB in Bad Orb, Germany. While in Stalag IXB, Clarence was befriended by John Reifenrath, another private in Company B who remembers helping to teach Clarence to read* and writing letters for him. Stalag IXB had a reputation as one of the worse camps for POW's, and of being used to house "troublemakers" and other undesirable prisoners, including many Jewish soldiers.

    On February 8, 1945, 350 prisoners from Bad Orb were selected and transported by train to a work camp at Berga, on the Elster River. There, they and prisoners from Buchenwald were used as slave labor digging tunnels that to be used for an underground refinery. Conditions were worse even than those at Stalag IXB, with the prisoners being worked to death.

    As the Allied armies advanced, the remaining prisoners, including Clarence, were forced to march from the camp on April 5, 1945. After 2 days on the march, Clarence Lahr died on April 8, 1945, and was reportedly buried along with two others in the small village of Gefell, Germany. When the survivors were liberated on April 23, only 169 American POW's in the column that left Berga remained with the group.

    Sources: "The Lost Soldiers of Stalag IX-B,"by Roger Cohen, in The New York Times, February 27, 2005; "An American Slave in Nazi Germany, My story of combat, capture, and slave labor," John W. Reifenrath.

    *Clarence apparently suffered a form of dyslexia in which he could not sound out words phonetically. Today, we would say that he is a "whole language" reader.

   61, GO 1945-051,
Lahr, Jay P.37 511 713T/5 SIGNAL MERITORIOUS UNIT COMMENDATION 106th Signal Company Cited for service from 1 February 1945 to 1 April 1945      14, 17, 31,
Laibach, Herb 1st Sgt          1946-12
Laing, Mearl W.37 663 780  590 FABN CIB, POW4-B Muhlberg Sachsen     57,
Laing, William A. PfcLight Machine Gun Section424 INF/I/Weapons Plt        424 INF/I 1943 Christmas Menu,
Lainhart, Bud F.35 882 659Pfc 424 INF/F CIB      1966-2/3/4, 1966-4/5/6, 1984-9/10/11, 1985-8/9/10 12,
Laird, Willie E.37 340 976Pvt 423 INF/2 BN/HQ Co  CIB, POW, EAME/4POW camp unknown
 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Lake, Harold G.36 235 569TSgt 422 INF/E CIB      27,
Lake, James P.36 151 270  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/34-B Muhlberg Sachsen 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Lake, Ralph W.31 320 257  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/39-B Bad Orb Hessen-Nassau, Prussia 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Lakotas, Paul P.37 586 026Pfc 422 INF/C CIB      27,
Lakusta, WalterO-420 861CaptS-1, Adjutant159/HQ        40, 41, 42, AAR 05/1945
Laky, Charles A.42 100 827  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/34-B Muhlberg Sachsen 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Laky, Charles R. Pvt. 422 INF/K        55,
Lal, Moti Pvt 590th FABN/HQ Battery    Born in Goa, a Portuguese settlement on the western coast of India. He hopes to attend Officer's Candidate School and return someday to India with an assignment to the American Forces there.
   Columbus Herald 07/12/1944
Lala, Frank J., Jr.39 713 285Pfc 423 INF/1 BN/A CIB, POW, EAME/4POW camp unknown
 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Lam, Jessie L.33 544 484Pvt 423 INF/1 BN/C CIB, POW, EAME/4POW camp unknown
 Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Lamanche, Philip L.O-1 544 645Capt Medical CorpsMedic331 Medical BN CMB 12/16/1944, BS, 331st Medical Battalion Cited for service from 12 December 1944 to 12 February 1945   
  • Combat Medical Badge GO 1945-076
  • Searched for parachutists, 01/07/1945
  • Bronze Star for meritorious service in connection with military operations against the enemy on 12/19/1944 in Belgium. GO 1945-023
  • NY


   1961-1/2/3, 30, 33, GO 1945-023, GO 1945-076,
Lamano, George J.39 330 896  422 INF/CN CIB, POW, EAME/3POW camp unknown
 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   2001-4/5/6 59,
Lamar, Clyde H. Sgt 424 INF/3 BN/L        63,
Lamar, Thomas M.37 512 475Sgt 422 INF/1 BN/A EIB, CIB, PH9-B Bad Orb Hessen-Nassau, Prussia     CUB 1988-4/5/6 27, 59, Camp Crier 6/16/44,
Lamb, Edward F.32 827 677SSgt 422 INF/I CIB, PH4-B Muhlberg Sachsen     27, 59,
Lamb, Gerald L. "Jerry"15 127 775Pfc 423rd INF/3 BN/I 
  1. Combat Infantry Badge
  2. Prisoner of War
  3. EAME/4
  4. Purple Heart

  1. 4-B
  2. Slaughterhouse 5, Dresden, Germany
  3. Escaped with two others
  4. Ran into Russian troops who directed them to the American lines.

10/26/2021

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

 /sharedBy/appLinkName/viewLinkName/fieldName/image/1642693396703_Lamb-GeralsL-2.jpg/sharedBy/appLinkName/viewLinkName/fieldName/image/1642693396596_Lamb-GeraldL-1.jpg27, 62, 2006-1/2/3, Ervin Szpek, Jr. 3/2013, GO 1945-051, "Warriors of the 106th" by King, Johnson & Collins, pg 207,
Lamb, J. C.35 809 855  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/3POW camp unknown
 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Lamb, Paul R.   423 INF/AT CIB, POW, EAME/4
  1. 3-A
  2. captured 12/17/1944
     1989-1/2/3
Lamb, Robert Capt 590 FABNMIA   newspaper article   CUB 1964-02-03-04-V20#3, CUB 1966-2/3/4, 1967-2/3/4, The Republic, COlumbus IN 01/26/1945
Lamb, Robert E.32 827 723  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/39-B Bad Orb Hessen-Nassau, Prussia 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Lamb, Williiam E.33 247 906TSgt 423 INF/CKIA 12/21/1944EIB, CIB (Posthumous), PH, EAME/4 HC G-5-36Combat Infantry Badge (Posthumous) 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051,   27, ABMC, Camp Crier 6/16/44, GO 1945-051,
Lamber, Joseph J. Pfc 424 INF/3 BN/L        63,
Lambert, Arnold R.32 648 012Pvt 422 INF/K CIB      1947-01-02, 1948-10/11 27,
Lambert, Calvin E.34 608 597Pfc 590 FABN/C Maneuver Soldiers' Medal  Maneuver Soldiers' Medal for a act of heroism involving voluntary risk of life during Operation 5, 2dArm Maneuver Number 5. 02/29/1944, Pfc Lambert without regard to his personal safety, kept his section's howitzer from turning over while being placed in position for firing. As the piece was being un-coupled, it began to roll down a embankment. He immediately secured a small log, and placed it under one wheel, preventing it from turning over. High Point, NC
   GO-1944-M-004,
Lambert, John A.34 809 934Pvt 424 INF/HQ CIB      27,
Lambert, Phillip A.38 264 768Pvt 423 INF/2 BN/H CIB, POW, EAME/44-B Muhlberg Sachsen 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Lambert, Raymond P.31 320 197  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/3
  1. 8-A
  2. Moosburg
 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Lambert, Richard H.34 624 844Cpl 589 FABN/Batt CMIA 12/16/1944Belgian Fourregerre CUB Vol 8, No 2, 11/1951 X-B     8, 58, Republic 01/25/1945
Lambert, William R.35 235 292Pfc 422 INF/HQ CIB, PH4-B Muhlberg Sachsen     27, 59,
Lambo, Benjamin W.20 235 062Pfc-T/5 Cadre060 Cook422 INF/CN CIB  Fol EM 159th INF trfd in gr to units indicated as Cadre pers to report at Div Reorgn Area 3 Apr 45: EDCMR: 3 Apr 45. Auth: VOCG 15th US Army   SO 66, 27,
Lambton, Dennis Pfc 424 INF/C        10,
Lamd, Paul R.36 729 983Pfc 423 INF/AT CIB, EAME/4  Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051   27, GO 1945-051,
Lammers, David J.33 409 280  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/34-B Muhlberg Sachsen 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
LaMond, John W.O-548 036  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/3
  1. Oflag 13-B
  2. POW # 25 526
 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
LaMonica, Stanley   422 INF/M         
LaMontaino, William D.36 856002Sgt 423 INF/3 BN/I CIB, POW, EAME/4POW camp unknown
 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Lampra, Lawrence Sgt 423 INFMIAEAME/4      1,
Lanahan, John F.   423 INF/AT EAME/4      1947-12, 65,
Lancaster, Clyde A.39 926 848Pfc 424 INF/3 BN CIB      27,
Lancaster, Ezekiel B.38 219 276  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/3POW camp unknown
 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Lancaster, Robert R.13 073 853SSgt 422 INF/3rd CIB, POW, EAME/3
  1. 9-A,
  2. 4-B
 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   27, 59, Cub 1-4/2011,
Lancaster, Smith35 810 027Pfc 423 INF/1 BN/C CIB, POW, EAME/4
  1. 2-A,
  2. 6-G
 Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Land, Weldon     CIB, POW4-B Muhlberg Sachsen      
Land, William R.O-Capt 590 FABNMIA       1,
Landau, Charles B.33 810 986Pfc 423 INF/3 BN/I CIB, POW, EAME/44-B Muhlberg Sachsen 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Landavazo, Frank W.38 352 530Pvt/Sgt Cadre014 Automotive Mechanic (2d echelon)422 INF/H    Fol EM 3d Inf trfd in gr to units indicated as Cadre pers to report at Div Reorgn Area 3 Apr 45: EDCMR: 3 Apr 45. Auth VOCG 15th US Army. SO 66 03/31/1945   SO 66,
Landle, Joseph F.12 007 117Sgt 423 INF/3 BN CIB, EAME/4      27,
Landry, John L.31 205 312  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/34-G 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Lands, Lester W.6 797 900  423 INF/3 BN/K CIB, POW, EAME/4
  1. 2-A
  2. 6-G
 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   62, GO 1945-051,
Landsberger, Jerome A.37 276 546Pvt 424 INF/3 BN CIB      27,
Lane, Charles C.32 296 214Sgt 423 INF/1 BN/A CIB, POW, EAME/44-B Muhlberg Sachsen 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Lane, Chester Pvt  KIA PH  
  1. KIA France 11/14/1944
  2. Mother received the Purple Heart
   Columbus Herald 02/14/1945
Lane, Elmer E. T/5 591 FA/SVC        #66 (591 SVC Roster 01/18/1944) by C. Wouters 12/2011
Lane, Herbert T.32 107 147Pfc 12/01/1944 Co. Order #9 424 INF/G CIB      27, 15,
Lane, J. D.34 287 566Pfc 424 INF/3 BN CIB      27,
Lane, John36 876 918Pvt 422 INF/K CIB, POW, EAME/3Stalag 4A Hohnstein, Saxony 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   55,59,
Lane, Mason L.39 421 436Pvt 423 INF/3 BN/I CIB, EAME/4  

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   27, GO 1945-051,
Lane, Regis M.20 304 297PfcInfo & Education424 INF/D, DHQ        1945-08-11CUB 08/11/1945
Lane, Weldon V.12 211 858Pfc 423 INF/2 BN/AT CIB, POW, EAME/44-B Muhlberg Sachsenunknown Returned CUB

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   62, CUB 1991-4/5/6, GO 1945-051, CUB 04/2016, USAHEC
Lane, William M.34 546 763Sgt 423 INF/1 BN/A CIB, POW, EAME/4POW camp unknown
 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   27, 62, 1953-4/5, 1988-4/5/6, GO 1945-051,
Lang, E. Russell "Russ"   423 INF/I CIB, POW, EAME/4
  1. 12-A,
  2. 3-A,
  3. 3-B Furstenberg Brandenburg, Prussia
  4. Liberated by Russians, 04/22/1945
 Author "Captured at the Battle of the Bulge"
 /sharedBy/appLinkName/viewLinkName/fieldName/image/1501424382380_Lang-Russell-2.jpg/sharedBy/appLinkName/viewLinkName/fieldName/image/1569163096586_Lang-ERussell.jpgCUB 1997-4/5/6, CUB 1998-10/11/12, CUB 04/2016, CUB 12/2016
Lang, Elmer R.31 345 144Cpl 423 INF/3 BN/I CIB, POW, EAME/4POW camp unknown
 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Lang, Harold J.O-1 172 1331LT 590 FABN CIB, AM  Air Medal for heroic achievement while participating in aerial flight from 12/16/1944 to 03/01/1945 in Germany and Belgium.
IL

    GO 1945-033,
Lang, John J., Jr.37 605 659 or 36 648 941Sgt 422 INF/3 BN CIB, PH
  1. 8-A
  2. Moosburg
     27, 59,
Lang, unk LTDivision Pilot 589 FABN/HQ Batt  Belgian Fourregerre CUB Vol 8, No 2, 11/1951       http://www.battleofthebulgememories.be 7/2011
Lang, William   422 INF/I CIB, POW, EAME/3POW camp unknown
04/15/1997422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   1985-8/9/10
Lange, Elmer F.O-1 326 2851LT 422 INF/D, 422 INF/HWIACIB, PH, BS
  1. 9-B,
  2. Hammelburg
     1948-12/1949-1, 1956-11/12, 1957-11/12, 1961-1/2/3, 1965-2/3/4, 1968-3/4/5/6, 1972-7/8/9, 1974-4/5/6, 59, Lewis Walker Diary,
Lange, Frederick R.32 681 139Pvt 424 INF/B CIB      27,
Lange, Raymond Amos   424 INF/M CIB, POW
  1. POW.
  2. Frostbite. Lost both feet.
     1996-10/11/12
Lange, William   422 INF/I CIB, POW, EAME/3
  1. 11-B,
  2. KDO
  3. 9-B
 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   1955-3/4, 1988-4/5/6, 1998-1/2/3
Lange, William E.36 958 475Pvt 423 INF/3 BN/M CIB, POW, EAME/49-B Bad Orb Hessen-Nassau, Prussia 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Langel, Francis J.15 354 968  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/39-B Bad Orb Hessen-Nassau, Prussia 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Langenstein, Roy L.39 172 424  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/3POW camp unknown
 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Langfelder, William     CIB, POW9-A      
Langham, Francis S.33 771 712  422 INF/LMIA 12/16/1944CIB, POW, EAME/3
  1. 4-B,
  2. Forced Labor Camp near Zittau
02/09/2004
  1. newspaper article
  2. 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace
   CUB 2004-1/2/3, CUB 2004-4/5/6, 59, Altoona Tribune, Altoona PA 03/26/1945
Langland, Charles Ivan SSgt 424 INF/SVC        W. Dunn; CUB Sep. 46; Add: 2/16/2022
Langley, Robert H.36 583 688Pvt345-Truck Driver Lt Truck106 Recon Cav (Mech)    Trans. To Replacement Depot 20 May 44   Restricted Spec Orders 20 May 1944
Langlois, Leon J.31 268 006SSgt 424 INF/D/Mortar Platoon CIB, GC 10/07/1944 1998 Manchester NHWrote letter to wife after listed as MIA. Lost all of his possessions.
 /sharedBy/appLinkName/viewLinkName/fieldName/image/1474461178169_Langlois-Leon-2.jpg CUB 1988-7/8/9 11, 22, 24, 424-D Bugle 4-5-6-1998, Franklin Evening Star 01/25/1945
Langmaid, Albert H.   424 INF/CN        1991-7/8/9
Langolf, William    KIA 12/13/1944   newspaper article    Times Herald, Port Huron MI 08/01/1950
Langtry, John C.42 063 588Pfc 424 INF/C CIB      1951-2/3 11, 27,
Langworthy, Arthur W.32 282 747Pfc 589 FABN/Batt CMIA 12/17/1944Belgian Fourregerre CUB Vol 8, No 2, 11/1951 4-B Muhlberg Sachsen     8,58,
Lanier, Ivan E.14 077 353Pfc 589 FABN/Batt AMIA 12/17/1944Belgian Fourregerre CUB Vol 8, No 2, 11/1951
  1. 12-A
  2. 9-B
 newspaper article originally accepted for USAAF and then AUS and 106th  /sharedBy/appLinkName/viewLinkName/fieldName/image/1510422637678_Lanier-Ivan.jpg8, 58, Fort Lauderdale News, Fort Lauderdale FL 04/13/1945
Lanious, Horace P. Pfc 424 INF/C        10,
Lankford, J. D.34 764 647Pfc 423 INF/1 BN/B CIB, PH, EAME/49-B Bad Orb Hessen-Nassau, Prussia Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051   27, self 1/2010, GO 1945-051,
Lankford, Phillip E.34 975 618Pfc 424 INF/L CIB      1947-09 27,
Lankford, William N.37 605 653T/5 422 INF/HQ CIB, POW, EAME/3POW camp unknown
05/05/2001422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   1998-7/8/9, 2001-7/8/9 27,59,
Lansky, Leopold   422 INF/BMIA       1,
Lansky, Reuben38 430 723  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/3POW camp unknown
 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Lantz, Francis   81 ENG (C)/B    81st Engineer Combat Battalion Cited for Action in Germany from 12/16 to 12/23/1944  http://www.indianamilitary.org/106ID/Photos/Lantz-Francis.jpg1949-10/11, 1952-8/9 7,
Lanza, Arthur J.O-1 326 286  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/39-B Bad Orb Hessen-Nassau, Prussia 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Lanzana, Alfino32 771 678T/3 DHQ AG Section        1963-11/12, 1965-5/6/7
Lapak, Richard L.36 885 740Pfc 589 FABN/Batt CMIA 12/16/1944Belgian Fourregerre CUB Vol 8, No 2, 11/1951
  1. 3-A
  2. work camps
     8,58,
Lapam, Frederick L. Pvt. 422 INF/K        55,
Lapan, Frederick L.31 459 315  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/34-B Muhlberg Sachsen 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Lapato, Frank33 921 341SSgt 422 INF/HQ CIB, POW, EAME/39-B Bad Orb Hessen-Nassau, Prussia10/14/2010422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   CUB 1988-4/5/6,CUB 07-08-09/1991, 1, 59, CUB 9-12/2010, USAHEC Survey
Lape, Ronald R.6 588 963Sgt 424 INF/B CIB      27,
Lapeere, Andre nmi37 474 868Pvt SIGNAL MERITORIOUS UNIT COMMENDATION 106th Signal Company Cited for service from 1 February 1945 to 1 April 1945      14, 31,
Lapesy, HughO-Capt          1981-4/5/6
Lapham, Charles   592nd FA/SVC        1957-11/12, 1959-2/3, 1960-7/8/9
Laphan, Charles G.   592nd FA/SVC        1952-6/7, 2004-04-05-06
Lapi, Victor42 120 495Pfc 424 INFWIACIB, PH  Purple Heart 02/22/1945.
NY

    GO 1945-030,
LaPierre, Francis R. Pfc 424 INF/E        1946-12
LaPierre, Victor E.31 207 994  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/34-B Muhlberg Sachsen 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Laplander, Roy A.   81 ENG (C)    81st Engineer Combat Battalion Cited for Action in Germany from 12/16 to 12/23/1944   7,
LaPorte, unk   424 INF/E         
Lapp, Royce E.19 204 200Pfc 424 INF/C/Weapons Plt CIB      1998-10/11/12, 2000-10/11/12, 11, 27, Diary, Discussion Brd 7/10/2010, "Warriors of the 106th" by King, Johnson & Collins, pg 97,
Laramee, Paul Edward Sgt 81 ENG (C) Distinguished Unit Citation, BS 11/04/2012 FLAs an engineer, and French interrupter for the Army, SGT Laramée was a member of the 81st Engineer Combat Battalion, 106th Infantry Division which participated in the famous Battle of the Bulge in December 1944. While two regiments of the 106th INF DIV became encircled at Schnberg, SGT Laramée and his unit pulled back under fire to form a five-day holding action on a ridge line at St. Vith, against vastly superior German forces. For this heroic stand, the 81st ENGR (C) was awarded the Distinguished Unit Citation for Gallantry and SGT Laramée was awarded the Bronze Star. /sharedBy/appLinkName/viewLinkName/fieldName/image/1568633752173_Laramee-PaulE.jpg www.dyer-lakefuneralhome.com/obituary/5548813m Wayne Dunn 09/16/2019
Larger, Roy   81 ENG (C)    81st Engineer Combat Battalion Cited for Action in Germany from 12/16 to 12/23/1944   7,
Largin, Charles C.33 647 588Pfc 423 INF/2 BN/E  CIB, POW, EAME/4
  1. POW camp unknown
  2. held 107 days
 
  1. Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051.
  2. newspaper article
   27, 62, GO 1945-051, Republic, columbus IN 05/21/1945
Larkin, Charles Pvt 424 INF/D        11, 22,
Larkin, Charles E.35 073 785  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/311-B Work Camps 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
LaRosa, Salvatore R.32 823 827Cpl 423 INF/2 BN/H CIB, POW, EAME/49-B Bad Orb Hessen-Nassau, PrussiaBirth 6 Jun 1921 Death 12 Feb 2011 (aged 89) Burial Chattanooga National Cemetery Chattanooga, Hamilton County, Tennessee, USA

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   27, 62, GO 1945-051, FAG 71979536
Larrimore, Jesse W.6 357 750  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/34-B Muhlberg Sachsen 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Larrimore, Roy W.34 708 391Pvt SIGNAL MERITORIOUS UNIT COMMENDATION 106th Signal Company Cited for service from 1 February 1945 to 1 April 1945      14, 17, 31,
Larrusso, unk Sgt 422 INF/C CIB, POW, EAME/3POW camp unknown
 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   1,
Larsen, Charles W., Jr.31 428 325Pfc 423 INF/2 BN/F CIB, POW, EAME/44-B Muhlberg Sachsen 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Larsen, Gilbert R.31 327 101  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/39-B Bad Orb Hessen-Nassau, Prussia 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Larsen, Harry E.36 511 105SSgt 423 INF/3 BN/K CIB, POW, EAME/4POW camp unknown
 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   27, 62, 1988-10/11/12, GO 1945-051,
Larson, Daryl S.37 552 822T/5 SIGNAL MERITORIOUS UNIT COMMENDATION 106th Signal Company Cited for service from 1 February 1945 to 1 April 1945      14, 17, 31,
Larson, Edward W. Sgt   BS  newspaper article wins BS   Marysville Advocate, Marysville KS 10/11/1945
Larson, Edwin R.W-WOJG SIGNAL MERITORIOUS UNIT COMMENDATION 106th Signal Company Cited for service from 1 February 1945 to 1 April 1945      14, 17, 31,
Larson, ErnestO-1LT 424 INF/D        1945-08-25CUB 08/25/1945
Larson, Gilbert Ragnar   422 INF/M CIB, POW, EAME/3POW camp unknown
04/22/2006422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   1985-8/9/10
Larson, Herman B. SSgt 422 INF/K        1945-08-25
Larson, Kenneth L.   423 INF/KWIACIB, PH, PH/OLC, EAME/4
  1. 11-B,
  2. 2-A,
  3. 6-G
     1997-4/5/6
Larson, Laurence J.37 663 832PfcMedic331 Medical BNKIACMB, PH, 331st Medical Battalion Cited for service from 12 December 1944 to 12 February 1945   Combat Medical Badge GO 1945-076   33, GO 1945-076,
Larson, Lewis A.39 178 980  590 FABN CIB, POW
  1. 4-B,
  2. Slaughterhouse 5, Dresden, Germany
02/10/1970    57, Ervin Szpek, Jr. 3/2013
Larson, Robert A.36 810 911Pvt 423 INF/3 BN/HQ COKIA Died as POWCIB (Posthumous), POW, EAME/4
  1. 9-B Bad Orb
  2. POW #26 924
02/06/1945 @ Bad Orb. Malnutrition, Diarrhea, heart failure.Combat Infantry Badge (Posthumous) 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051,   27, 34, GO 1945-051,
Larson, Virgil A. "Stretch"37 565 820Pfc 422 INF/I CIB 02/2015Virgel entered the U.S.Army in June 1943 and served in Europe from 1944–45. Virgel was on the second wave to come ashore on Utah Beach on D-Day. He was discharged in February 1946.    27, CUB 04/2015,
Lasanka, Donald P.   591 FABN/HQ Batt   10/07/2006    1992-7/8/9
Lash, Harry36 478 290Pvt SIGNAL MERITORIOUS UNIT COMMENDATION 106th Signal Company Cited for service from 1 February 1945 to 1 April 1945      14, 31,
Lasher, Edward32 820 374  423 INF/Medic CIB, POW, EAME/44-B Muhlberg Sachsen     62,1947-01-02
Lasher, Saul E.32 944 684Pfc 422 INF/F CIB      27,
Lashner, Harold13 176 210Pfc 424 INF/CN CIB      27,
Laskos, Walter36 304 879  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/3POW camp unknown
 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Laskowski, Sigismunt33 297 915  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/39-B Bad Orb Hessen-Nassau, Prussia 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Laskowski, Siyismunt Pfc 422 INF/K        55,
Lasky, Charles S.32 891 402/ O-Pvt / 1LT 424 INF/C CIB      CUB 1946-10, CUB 1947-01-02, CUB 1951-10/11, CUB 1953-1/2 11, 27,
Lass, Hyman Pfc 424 INF/I        1946-12, 1948-10/11
Laster, Bobbie R.34 887 976Pfc 424 INF/C CIB      11, 27,
Lata, Walter J.36 648 357  422 INF/H CIB, POW, EAME/34-B Muhlberg Sachsen04/23/2011422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   1999-1/2/3,2009-5/8, 59, CUB Sept/Dec 2011
Latham, Kelsey J.39 208 027T/5 423 INF/3 BN/HQ CO CIB, POW, EAME/44-B Muhlberg Sachsen 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Latham, Richard B. Pfc 424 INF    newspaper article pulled out of basic 4 weeks early to replenish the 106th. /sharedBy/appLinkName/viewLinkName/fieldName/image/1511619640045_Latham-RichardB.jpg/sharedBy/appLinkName/viewLinkName/fieldName/image/1511619639906_Latham-Richard-1.jpgStar-Democrat, Easton MD 01/05/2010
Lathrop, Grayson F.O-1 326 2871LT 424 INF/2 BN CIB, BS  Bronze Star (as 2LT) for meritorious service in connection with military operations against the enemy on 12/17/1944 in Belgium.
NY

   27, GO 1945-032,
Latner, Sanford15 302 196T/4 DHQ AG Section         
LaTour, Henry J.32 226 652Sgt DHQ AG Postal         
LaTournes, Robert31 279 099Pfc 422 INF/A CIB, POW, EAME/3
  1. 4-B,
  2. KDO Bitterfeld
02/02/2006422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   2003-7/8/9 59,
Latta, Samuel D. Pfc 590 FA/SVC        061,
Lattal, Joseph Cpl Low Regt/CN         
Lau, George W.39 145 245  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/39-B Bad Orb Hessen-Nassau, Prussia 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Laube, Edward S.16 002 494TSgt 423 INF/1 BN/D CIB, POW, EAME/44-B Muhlberg Sachsen Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Laubenthal, John H.32 478 551Pfc 423 INF/3 BN/L CIB, POW, EAME/4POW camp unknown
 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Laud, Floyd PfcDriver for Gen. Jones in TN maneuvers          
Lauenstein, Alfred E.37 703 326Pvt DHQ Finance Section         
Laughlin, Robert L. PvtLight Machine Gun Section424 INF/I/Weapons Plt         424 INF/I 1943 Christmas Menu,
Laughlin, Thomas A.38 501 290Pfc 424 INF/C CIB      11, 27,
Laugmann, Richard C.   592 FABN CIB, POW
  1. 4-B,
  2. 8-A,
  3. 11-B
      
Lauman, Clarence W. (Pete)O-1 177 044CaptLiaison pilot L-4 directs fire of the Division's 155's592 FABN/HQ & Div Arty CIB, AM  Air Medal for heroic achievement while participating in aerial flight from 12/17/1944 to 02/28/1945 in Germany and Belgium.
Missouri

  /sharedBy/appLinkName/viewLinkName/fieldName/image/1574865313361_Lauman-ClarenceW.jpgCUB 1944-05-05, CUB 1987-3/4/5/6, CUB 1987-11/12-1988-1, 5/5/44, http://www.battleofthebulgememories.be 7/2011, GO 1945-033, USAHEC
Laura, James V.33 666 867Cpl 422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/3POW camp unknown
 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   1,59,
Laurich, Anton M. PvtLight Machine Gun Section424 INF/I/Weapons Plt         424 INF/I 1943 Christmas Menu,
Lauro, Alexander M. "Clue" Cpl 592 FABN/A    Spoke fluent French and obtained the nickname of "Clue" for his ability to gather info from the civilians.
   CUB 1987-7/8/9/10, CUB CUB 1988-2/3, 2006-1/2/3, CUB Sept/Dec 2011
Laursen, Alfred J.   81 ENG (C)   01/20/2007 North Canton81st Engineer Combat Battalion Cited for Action in Germany from 12/16 to 12/23/1944 /sharedBy/appLinkName/viewLinkName/fieldName/image/1458145642200_Laursen-Alfred-2.jpg CUB 1992-7/8/9, CUB 2007-4/5/6/7/8, Legacy
Laushance, James A.31 269 782  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/39-B Bad Orb Hessen-Nassau, Prussia 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Laux, Albert J.36 603 315Pvt 424 INF/SVC CIB, MERITORIOUS UNIT COMMENDATION Service Company, 424th Infantry Regiment Cited for service from 16 December 1944 to 15 March 1945      27,
Laux, Joseph J., Sr.36 579 617SgtMachine Gun Squad Leader423 INF/3 BN/LWIACIB, PH, PH/OLC, EAME/4
  1. Picked up by Germans and sent to several hospitals.
  2. 2-A.
08/08/2017
  1. Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051
  2. Author "I Was Drafted".

 /sharedBy/appLinkName/viewLinkName/fieldName/image/1516215483261_Laux-JosephJ.jpg/sharedBy/appLinkName/viewLinkName/fieldName/image/1574540308883_Laux-Joseph-1.jpgCUB 1998-7/8/9, CUB 2009-5/8, 27, GO 1945-051, Legacy
LaVerdure, George F.36 809 100Pfc 423 INF/1 BN/HQ CIB, POW, EAME/4Stalag 4A Hohnstein, Saxony Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051
   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Lavergne, Elton34 272 383Pvt 423 INF/2 BN/HQ Co  CIB, POW, EAME/4POW camp unknown
 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
LaVigne, George R.36 648 830Pvt 424 INF/3 BN/L CIB      27,63,
Lavigne, Vernon W.36 739 947Pvt 423 INF/3 BN/HQ CO CIB, POW, EAME/4POW camp unknown
 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Lavoie, Ernest J.20 228 201T/4014 Automotive Mechanic (2d echelon)422 INF/SVC    Fol EM 159th INF trfd in gr to units indicated as Cadre pers to report at Div Reorgn Area 3 Apr 45: EDCMR: 3 Apr 45. Auth: VOCG 15th US Army   SO 66,
Law, Frank P.O-1 296 3942LTCompany Cmdr, S-1424 INF/1 BN/HQ & HQ   1990. Hill City Cem., Hill City, KS Assigned to 106 ID 02/12/1943. 106 INF SO 1943-036.
   72, 75, 77, 79, 106 INF SO 1943-036,
Law, Richard B.31 297 480Pfc 589th FABN/Batt B Belgian Fourregerre CUB Vol 8, No 2, 11/1951  05/01/2013    Obituary, The Nashua Telegraph, 8
Lawler, Homer L.18 036 216  423 INF CIB, POW, EAME/49-B Bad Orb Hessen-Nassau, Prussia     62,
Lawler, Loy D.38 477 692Pfc 423 INF/2 BN/E  CIB, PH, EAME/4
  1. 4-B,
  2. KDO 4-D-2 near Annaberg
2010Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051   27, daughter 01/2010, Cub 1-4/2011, GO 1945-051,
Lawler, Raymond F., Sr.33 534 863T/5 DHQKIACIB, PH, BS(Posthumous)  Bronze Star (Posthumous) in connection with military operations against the enemy 12/16/1944 to 12/20/1944 in Belgium.
VA

   65, GO 1945-056,
Lawlor, Clarence A.12 015 936MSgt 423 INF/SVCKIACIB, PH, EAME/4POW camp unknown
 Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051   27, GO 1945-051,
Lawlor, Martin V.42 108 135  422 INF/F CIB, POW, EAME/3POW camp unknown
 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   1987-11/12-1988-1 59,
Lawlor, Timothy J.39 612 997Pvt 423 INF/1 BN/DKIA 02/03/1945 Died as a POWCIB (MIA), POW, EAME/4
  1. 4-B Muhlberg Sachsen
  2. Died as a POW
12/21/1944 LO E-27-31Combat Infantry Badge (MIA) 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051   61, 65, ABMC, GO 1945-051, NARA
Lawlor, unk T/5Chaplain Day's Assistant331 Medical BNKIA 12/20/1944CMB, PH, MERITORIOUS UNIT COMMENDATION 331st Medical Battalion Cited for service from 12 December 1944 to 12 February 1945      30,
Lawrence, Charles W.33 652 324Pfc 589 FABN/SVCMIA 12/23/1944Belgian Fourregerre CUB Vol 8, No 2, 11/1951       1952-6/7 8,
Lawrence, Edward A.   424 INF/M        1985-8/9/10
Lawrence, Joseph nmi31 246 934Pfc 106 QM Citation Exceptional Accomplishment 01/07/1944      90,
Lawrence, Murray A. Pfc 422 INF/AMIA       1,
Lawrence, Roy R.34 624 479SSgt 422 INF/L CIB, POW, EAME/3
  1. 8-A
  2. Moosburg
 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   1979-4/5/6 1, 27, 59,
Lawrence, Thomas E.O-26 8352LT 424 INF/FWIACIB, PH, SS  
  • Purple Heart 01/16/1945 in Belgium.
  • Silver Star (as 2LT) for gallantry in action 12/25/1944 in Belgium. Leading a platoon in a company attack on Manhay, Belgium, he participated in a flanking movement against the enemy which caused them to concentrate tank and machine gun fire on his platoon. Completely exposed and heedless of his own safety, he ran from position to position, directing fire and when an enemy tank approached within fifty yards, he personally directed fire from a grenade launcher, killing one of its occupants and forcing the tank to retire. He then administrated first aid, and with another officer made reconnaissance, remained in the town, and observed the enemy withdrawal.
Minnesota
  /sharedBy/appLinkName/viewLinkName/fieldName/image/1531073797928_Lawrence-Thomas-IDtag.jpgCUB 1945-08-11, CUB 1986-3/4/5/6, 12, GO 1945-009, GO 1945-011, GO 1945-056, CUB 07/2000
Lawrence, Vincent L.37 297 088  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/3
  1. 4-F
  2. Work Camps
 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Lawson, Blois34 614 798Pfc 422 INF/A CIB      27,
Lawson, Charles W., Jr.31 428 325Pfc 423 INF/F EAME/4
  1. 4-B,
  2. Slaughterhouse 5, Dresden, Germany
06/05/1974423 INF/F/3d Platoon awarded Distinguished Unit Citation for Action at St. Vith, Belgium from 12/17 to 12/23/1944 CUB Vol 8, No. 2. (members of this Platoon unknown)    Ervin Szpek, Jr. 3/2013
Lawson, Douglas W.33 647 279Pvt 423 INF/SVC CIB, POW, EAME/4
  1. 4-B,
  2. Slaughterhouse 5, Dresden, Germany
living 2013Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051   27, 62, Ervin Szpek, Jr. 3/2013, GO 1945-051,
Lawson, Fieldery35 778 302Pvt 424 INF/E CIB      27,
Lawson, Henry P.34 536 334Cpl 423 INF/3 BN/I CIB, POW, EAME/44-B Muhlberg Sachsen 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Lawson, Howard T. Cpl 424 INF/CNWIACIB, PH      1946-10
Lawson, Johnson, Jr.35 075 548Pvt 424 INFKIA 02/20/1945CIB, PH, BS 02/20/1946 Status Missing In Action Memorialized Tablets of the Missing Lorraine American Cemetery St Avold, France     ABMC,
Lawson, Lawrence L.35 631 750T/5Medic331 Medical BN CMB, 331st Medical Battalion Cited for service from 12 December 1944 to 12 February 1945  
  • Combat Medical Badge GO 1945-076
  • Promoted to T/5 01/02/1945
   30, 33, GO 1945-076,
Lawson, Luther L.6 287 785Pvt 589 FABN/HQ Batt MIA 12/17/1944Belgian Fourregerre CUB Vol 8, No 2, 11/1951
  1. Luft 3 Sagan-Silesia Bavaria
  2. (Moved to Nuremberg-Langwasser)
     1985-12-1986-1/2 8,58,
Lawson, Millard6 985 996  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/34-B Muhlberg Sachsen 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Lawson, Travis17 010 160Sgt 589 FABN/SVCMIA 12/23/1944CIB, POW, BS, Belgian Fourregerre CUB Vol 8, No 2, 11/1951 POW camp unknown
 Bronze Star (MIA) for heroic achievement in connection with military operations against the enemy 12/16/1944 to 12/23/1944 in Belgium. GO 1945-048,
Arkansas
   8, 58, GO 1945-048,
Lawson, William J.12 100 865Cpl 423 INF/2 BN/HMIACIB, POW, EAME/4
  1. 12/16/1944 
  2. 9-B
12/13/1997

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   62, CUB 1948-10/11, CUB 1950-4/5, CUB 1951-2/3, CUB 1998-1/2/3, 1, GO 1945-051, USAHEC
Lawton, Norman R.12 003 363Pvt 423 INF/1 BN, 423 INF/1 BN/B CIB, POW, EAME/4
  1. 4-B
  2. Maltreatment resulted in permanent back injury
 Combat Infantryman Badge (as 423/1 BN/B) 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051   27, 62, CUB Sept 1956, GO 1945-051,
Lax, Morris33 321 120TSgt 423 INF/1 BN/HQ CIB, POW, EAME/44-B Muhlberg Sachsen Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Layman, Fred H. 2LT 424 INF    
  1. Division Patrol Officer 07/31/1943 Ft. Jackson SC
  2. Officer of the Day 07/31/1943 Ft. Jackson SC
   71, 105
Layser, Joseph E.33 011 656T/4Medic331 Medical BN CMB 09/05/1944, MERITORIOUS UNIT COMMENDATION 331st Medical Battalion Cited for service from 12 December 1944 to 12 February 1945  Combat Medical Badge GO 1945-076   33, GO 1945-076,
Layton, Daniel O. (C.?)32 768 022Pvt SIGNAL MERITORIOUS UNIT COMMENDATION 106th Signal Company Cited for service from 1 February 1945 to 1 April 1945      14, 31,
Layton, Richard PFC     07/20/1944     
Lazano, Lupe H. Pvt 591/HQ Batt/1st Howitzer Section        Camp Crier 8/4/44,
Lazar, John    KIA       65,
Lazo, John36 579 101T/5 424 INF/SVC CIB, MERITORIOUS UNIT COMMENDATION Service Company, 424th Infantry Regiment Cited for service from 16 December 1944 to 15 March 1945      27,
Lazo, William   81 ENG (C)    81st Engineer Combat Battalion Cited for Action in Germany from 12/16 to 12/23/1944   7,
Lazzareschi, Hugo Pfc 591 FABN        1947-01-02
Lazzoroni, Anthony J.   590 FABN/HQ Batt        2002-7/8/9, 2004-7/8/9
LcLeieer, jack             
Leach, Ambrose R.O-1 183 5631LT 589 FABN/ SVC Belgian Fourregerre CUB Vol 8, No 2, 11/1951  1/2/1989    1989-7/8/9 8,
Leach, Carl W.18 006 079  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/34-B Muhlberg Sachsen 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Leach, James F.T-123 848Flight Off. 12th AF/HqMIA       1,
Leach, Leland A. Pfc 590 FA/SVC        061,
Leadley, Carl W.32 223 435SSgt/TSgt Cadre740 Radio Operator, Intermediate Speed422 INF/HQ    Fol EM 159th INF trfd in gr to units indicated as Cadre pers to report at Div Reorgn Area 3 Apr 45: EDCMR: 3 Apr 45. Auth: VOCG 15th US Army   SO 66,
Leaf, Robert E.15 048 129Pvt 423 INF/H CIB, EAME/4      1989-10/11/12, 27, GO 1945-051,
Leahy, Bernard F.12 043 786Sgt 424 INF/C        11,
Leahy, Frances Micheal              
Leary, Harry M., Jr.33 067 006  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/3POW camp unknown
 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Leary, Richard   DHQ CIB, POW9-V     1948-8/9, 1948-12/1949-1, 1949-8/9
Leary, Robert E.11 039 301  422 INF/3 BN/HQ CIB, POW, EAME/34-B Muhlberg Sachsen 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59, Cub 1-4/2011,
Leary, Warren D., Jr.15 107 236Pfc 423 INF/3 BN/I CIB, POW, EAME/44-B Muhlberg Sachsen 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Lease, Thornton E.33 563 241Pvt SIGNAL MERITORIOUS UNIT COMMENDATION 106th Signal Company Cited for service from 1 February 1945 to 1 April 1945      14, 17, 31,
Leasure, Quentin R.37 061 382SgtMedic331 Medical BN CMB, BS, 331st Medical Battalion Cited for service from 12 December 1944 to 12 February 1945   Bronze Star for heroic achievement in action against the enemy 12/16/1944 to 12/18/1944 in Germany. AK.
Ed Christianson 7/2007 - Jim, These are the names of men of the 331st/C who autographed the 106th Big Picture Books of Ray Cole and myself.

Also served in Korea
   30, Grandson Eric Leasure 3/2012, GO 1945-008,
Leath, William B.38 682 698Pfc 424 INF/2 BN CIB      27,
Leatherwood, James Pfc 333 FABNKIA   
  1. Captured after a German sympathizer alerted the Germans to their hiding place in the village of Werth. Captured, tortured, beaten and finally shot dead. The 99th INF DIV discovered the eleven mutilated bodies 12/17/1944.
  2. Members of the 333rd Artillery Battalion who were killed in Wereth, Belgium, Dec. 17, 1944: Staff Sgt. Thomas Forte, Cpl. Mager Bradley, technicians William Pritchett and James Stewart, Privates First Class George Davis, James Leatherwood, George Moten, Due Turner and Privates Curtis Adams, Robert Green and Nathaniel Moss.
   "Red Legs of the Bulge",
Leaver, Ernest F.32 105 518SSgt/TSgt Cadre1812 Light Weapons NCO422 INF/E    Fol EM 3d Inf trfd in gr to units indicated as Cadre pers to report at Div Reorgn Area 3 Apr 45: EDCMR: 3 Apr 45. Auth VOCG 15th US Army. SO 66 03/31/1945   SO 66,
Leavitt, E. T.             
Leavitt, Ralph H.16 175 187PfcMortarman423 INF/AKIA 04/17/1945CIB (Posthumous), PH, EAME/4
  1. 9-B
  2. Died 04/15/1945 during forced march near Marktredwitz
4/17/1945Combat Infantry Badge (Posthumous) 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051,

   27, 65, ABMC, GO 1945-051, Cub In Review
Lebeaux, Reuben E.31 459 495Pfc 424 INF/F CIB, BS 12/17/1944  For heroic achievement against the enemy on 12/17/1944 in Germany. Mass.
   1946-08, 1948-10/11, 1952-8/9, 1956-11/12, 1958-2/3, 1960-10/11/12, 1962-1/2/3 12, 213,
LeBlanc, Alfred J.31 429 253Pfc 12/01/1944 Co. Order #9 424 INF/GWIA Shrapnel to leg (undetermined)CIB, BS, German Occupation/bar, Belgian Fourregere 01/06/2011   http://www.indianamilitary.org/106ID/Photos/LeBlanc-Alfred.jpgInternet forum 3/2011, Grand-daughter Karrie Bennett, CUB Sept/Dec 2011, Grand-daughter Karrie Bennett 6/2012, 15,
LeBlanc, Mortimer J.36 890 846Pfc 423 INF/1 BN/B CIB, POW, EAME/4POW camp unknown
 Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051   GO 1945-051,
LeBlanc, Richard J. Pfc  589 FABN/HQ Batt  Belgian Fourregerre CUB Vol 8, No 2, 11/1951       1947-01-02, 1948-10/11
Lebo, Maynard A. SSgt      address changed from 106th Division to APO 443   The Sentinel, Carlisle PA 03/25/1943
LeBoeuf, Dorca W.38 490 164Pfc 424 INF/C CIB      11, 27,
Lebree, Harold S.34 793 202Pvt 424 INF/HQ CIB      27,
LeClair, Henry J. "Frenchy"31 429 423  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/3
  1. 4-B,
  2. Slaughterhouse 5, Dresden, Germany
10/10/1981422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59, Ervin Szpek, Jr. 3/2013
LeClair, Virgil H. T/4 424 INF/2 BN CMB 08/11/1945      1945-08-11
LeClair, Virgil J. T/4 424 INF/2 BN CMB       
LeClair, William J.   424 INF/CN   8/14/2010    1993-7/8/9, 1998-1/2/3
LeClare, Paul W.   81 ENG (C)    81st Engineer Combat Battalion Cited for Action in Germany from 12/16 to 12/23/1944   1976-4-5-6-V32#3 7,
LeClere, Paul W.   81 ENG (C)/B    81st Engineer Combat Battalion Cited for Action in Germany from 12/16 to 12/23/1944   1971-10-11-12-V28#1
LeCompte, Lester, Jr. Pfc/MSgt (Ret) 422 INF/K   06/24/2014 Plainfield INLester was a mastersergeant in the United States Armed Forces fighting in World War II    CUB 1946-11, CUB 1947-03, CUB 1962-10/11, Obit from W. Dunn
Leczynski, Thaddeus J.31 457 709  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/34-B Muhlberg Sachsen 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Led Duhe, Howard E. 1st Sgt 423 INF/CN EAME/4      1946-08
Ledbetter, George F.34 768 831Pfc607 Light Mortar Crewman106 Recon Cav (Mech)        Ed Strand 02/2016,
Ledbetter, Herman P.39 536 596Pfc 424 INF/K CIB      27,
LedDuke, Howard E (or LedDuhe)20 281 8761st Sgt 424 INF/CN, 423 INF/CN EIB 8/4/44, CIB, EAME/4      9, 23, 27, Camp Crier 8/4/44, Cub In Review
Lederman, Justin Sgt          1946-11
Ledford, Robert F.34 725 321Pfc 422 INF/K CIB, POW, EAME/3POW camp unknown
 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   55,59,
Leduc, Wilfred V.31 428 770Pfc 423 INF/AT CIB, POW, EAME/4
  1. 3-A
  2. work camps
 Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051   27, 62, Camp Crier 06/02/1944, GO 1945-051,
Lee, Charlie M.34 625 114Pvt 423 INF CIB, POW, EAME/4POW camp unknown
     62, Franklin Star 5/2/1944, Camp Crier 4/28/44,
Lee, Culver14 091 948Pfc 424 INF/D CIB GC 10/07/1944      24,
Lee, Darby R.   423 INF/2 BN/G EAME/4 08/21/2015    CUB 03/2015
Lee, Delma L.34 114 917T/5 422 INF/L CIB      27,
Lee, Doyls34 615 089Pvt 589 FABN/Batt B Belgian Fourregerre CUB Vol 8, No 2, 11/1951       8,
Lee, Futrell H. "Shine"   422 INF/C CIB, POW, EAME/3
  1. captured near Belgium bulge.
  2. IV-F near Hartmannsdorf.
1994 cir422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   1983-5/6/7, 1994-7-8-9
Lee, George E.33 465 652  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/34-B Muhlberg Sachsen 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Lee, George R.33 037 298MSgt DHQ IG Section         
Lee, Norman L.   424 INF/H        1949-10/11, 1952-8/9, 1954-10/11, 1956-11/12, 1957-11/12, 1958-09-10-V15#1, 1960-10/11/12, 1962-1/2/3
Lee, Norman O.34 985 104Pfc 423 INF/1 BN/C CIB, POW, EAME/4POW camp unknown
 Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Lee, Obie O. Pfc  Div Arty/HQ        Camp Crier 9/8/44,
Lee, Ralph K.O-394 457Capt424 Adjutant424 INF/HQ CIB  Assigned 106 ID 02/12/1943 at Ft. Jackson, SO 1943-36. Ref 109
   CUB 1944-03-10, 23, Camp Crier 8/4/44, 75, 79, 106 S.O. 1943-036, 109, S.O. 060, S.O. 036
Lee, Robert E.32 773 246Cpl 422 INF/CN CIB, PH4-B Muhlberg Sachsen     27, 59,
Lee, Robert O.36 840 851  422 INF/B CIB, POW, EAME/3
  1. 4-B,
  2. Liberated from German hospital at Leipziz
09/09/1999422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Lee, Russel W. T/4 423 INF, 589 FABN/C Belgian Fourregerre CUB Vol 8, No 2, 11/1951 , EAME/4 1995 cir    1946-12
Lee, Vernon V.   591 FABN/Batt C    newspaper article filed his discharge papers with county recorder and also those of his grandfather Edward Lee, Co C, 1st Regular Ohio Heavy Artillery in the Civil War, 07/11/1863.   CUB 1956-11/12, CUB 1957-11/12, CUB 1960-10/11/12, Pantagraph, Bloomington IL 03/29/1946
Lee, William F.7 083 407Pfc 424 INF/K CIB      27,
Lee, Willie H.35 810 505  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/34-B Muhlberg Sachsen 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Leech, Hansel D.   423 INF/F EAME/4  423 INF/F/3d Platoon awarded Distinguished Unit Citation for Action at St. Vith, Belgium from 12/17 to 12/23/1944 CUB Vol 8, No. 2. (members of this Platoon unknown)   1947-03
Leed, George B.33 802 711Pvt 423 INF/SVC CIB, EAME/4      5,
Leedom, Donald E.39 709 000Pvt 423 INF/AT CIB, EAME/4  Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051   27, GO 1945-051,
Leeds, John Bruce            Discussion Brd 3/10/2009,
Leet, Ray M.33 711 316Pvt 424 INF/M CIB      27,
Leeth, Newton L. Pfc 591 FA/SVC        #66 (591 SVC Roster 01/18/1944) by C. Wouters 12/2011
LeFebre, Francis F.31 347 299Pfc 423 INF/3 BN/M CIB, POW, EAME/44-B Muhlberg Sachsen 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Leff, Irwin       01/12/2017 Salisbury CT
He was a graduate of Stuyvesant High School and a WWII Veteran of Brooklyn's Own 106th Infantry Division.

   Legacy
Lefkowitz, Nathan nmi32 821 498Pvt SIGNAL MERITORIOUS UNIT COMMENDATION 106th Signal Company Cited for service from 1 February 1945 to 1 April 1945      14, 17, 31,
LeFleur, Armand W.31 047 729Pfc 423 INF/MMIACIB, EAME/4      27,
Lefto, Clarence T.37 553 085  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/3POW camp unknown
 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Legac, Anthony P.32 822 897Pvt 589 FABN/HQ Batt MIA 12/16/1944Belgian Fourregerre CUB Vol 8, No 2, 11/1951
  1. 1944-12-16 
  2. IX-B
     8,58,
Legates, Charles A. CplRadio Operator  EAME/2, GC, MAP Laurel  newspaper article home on 48 day furlough   News Journal, Wilmington DE 10/16/1945
Legerski, Edward (Eddie)37 358 481T/5 589 FABN/HQ Batt MIA 12/16/1944Belgian Fourregerre CUB Vol 8, No 2, 11/1951 9-N 12/16/194403/13/2001 Oregon Trail Vet Cem, WY    1988-10/11/12, 2001-7/8/9 8,58,
Legg, Joseph   81 ENG (C)    81st Engineer Combat Battalion Cited for Action in Germany from 12/16 to 12/23/1944   7,
Leggett, George L.32 948 820Pvt 423 INF/1 BN/B CIB, POW, EAME/44-B Muhlberg Sachsen Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Legrand, Elmore W.36 958 029Pfc 423 INF/1 BN/A CIB, POW, EAME/4POW camp unknown
 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   27, 62, 1988-10/11/12, GO 1945-051,
Lehane, Daniel J.32 173 978T/5 DHQ G-2         
Lehman, Arthur L.33 710 870Pfc DHQ Spc Services        1972-1/2/3
Lehman, Fred     CIB, POW
  1. POW along with A. B. Grigsby 
  2. 12-A
     1985-8/9/10
Lehman, William A.35 074 122Pvt 423 INF/1 BN/D CIB, POW, EAME/44-B Muhlberg Sachsen Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Lehn, James A.38 446 684Pvt 424 INF/F CIB      12,
Lehr, Joseph M.35 403 933Pvt 423 INF/2 BN/HQ Co  CIB, POW, EAME/44-B Muhlberg Sachsen 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Lehr, Robert M.      
  1. 4-B,
  2. Slaughterhouse 5, Dresden, Germany
12/08/1962     Ervin Szpek, Jr. 3/2013
Lehr, Vernon S.33 234 819T/4 589 FABN/HQ Batt  Belgian Fourregerre CUB Vol 8, No 2, 11/1951       1986-3/4/5/6 8,
Leibig, Theodore            1956-9/10, 1956-11/12, 1958-2/3
Leibol, Henry J.32 770 549PfcMedic331 Medical BN CMB, 331st Medical Battalion Cited for service from 12 December 1944 to 12 February 1945  Combat Medical Badge GO 1945-076   33, GO 1945-076,
Leibowitz, SamuelO-1 308 9711LTLiason424 INF/HQ & HQ CIB 2010    1947-01-02, 1947-03, 1948-12/1949-1, 1951-8/9, 1956-11/12, 1957-11/12, 1960-10/11/12, 1966-4/5/6, 1984-5/6/7/8, 27, Cub 1-4/2011, 77,
Leichte, Joseph H.33 332 954Sgt 422 INF/M CIB, POW, EAME/34-B Muhlberg Sachsen 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace  http://www.indianamilitary.org/106ID/Photos/Leichte-Joseph.jpg27, 59,
Leigh, John D.39 471 535Pfc 423 INF/1 BN/D CIB, POW, EAME/44-B Muhlberg Sachsen Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Leigh, Warren Pfc 422 INF/H        1944-05-05 5/5/44,
Leigh, Warren F.33 746 686  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/34-B Muhlberg Sachsen 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Leighty, Ellis E.20 614 199TSgt 106th Band, 35th INF Div Band CIB, BS 01/23/2010 Oakwood Cem, IL
  1. Bronze Star (as 106th Band) for meritorious service in connection with operations against the enemy 11/17/1944 to 03/16/1945 in France, Belgium and Germany. GO 1945-065
  2. Following the Remagen bridgehead capture, the allied forces were capturing lots of German troops, and the 106th was shipped back into Germany to man the prisoner of war camps
  http://www.indianamilitary.org/106ID/Photos/Leighty-Ellis.jpgBS-1945-08-25, 1946-11, 1947-03, 1948-6/7 Cub 08/25/1945, GO 1945-065, Legacy
Leirowitz, Samuel   424 INF/HQ        1983-5/6/7
Leis, Otto W.36 649 215  590 FABN CIB, POW4-B Muhlberg Sachsen     57,
Leiser, William J.20 302 040SSgtMedic331 Medical BN CMB 09/05/1944, MERITORIOUS UNIT COMMENDATION 331st Medical Battalion Cited for service from 12 December 1944 to 12 February 1945  Combat Medical Badge GO 1945-076   33, GO 1945-076,
Leishman, Reid M.19 119 651Cpl 275th Armored FA SM 10/10/1944   Soldiers' Medal for heroism not involving actual conflict with the enemy on 10/10/1944 in France. With utter disregard for his own personal safety, unhesitatingly rushed to the assistance of another soldier whose arms and clothes were ablaze as the result of a gasoline explosion. By quick thinking and good judgement he removed part of his won clothing with which he extinguished the blaze, thus preventing possible fatal burns or permanent disability. The heroic and courageous actions of Cpl Leishman reflect credit on himself and the military services.
   GO 1945-001,
Leisse, Leo R.37 605 659Sgt 422 INF/3 BN/HQ CIB, POW, EAME/3
  1. 4-B Limburg
  2. 8-A
  3. Bauschweig
  4. escaped
 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace  http://www.indianamilitary.org/106ID/Photos/Leisse-Leo.jpg1975-4/5/6, 1978-10/11/12, 1983-5/6/7, 27, 59, CUB 1-4/2011, CUB 04/2014,
Leisure, Quentin R. T/4Medic331 Medical BN CMB, BS 01/21/1945, MERITORIOUS UNIT COMMENDATION 331st Medical Battalion Cited for service from 12 December 1944 to 12 February 1945      30,
Leitche, Joseph H.   422INF/M   06/15/1999 Enola PA     CUB 10/1999
Leiti, Benedict J.32 772 033PfcMedic331 Medical BN CMB 12/16/1944, BS, 331st Medical Battalion Cited for service from 12 December 1944 to 12 February 1945   
  • Combat Medical Badge GO 1945-076
  • Bronze Star for heroic achievement in action against the enemy 12/17/1944 in Germany. GO 1945-008
  • NJ.
   30, 33, GO 1945-008, GO 1945-076,
Leitner, L.   81 ENG (C)/2nd Squad/3rd Platoon/A    81st Engineer Combat Battalion Cited for Action in Germany from 12/16 to 12/23/1944   CUB 1987-11/12-1988-1, photo by William Cowden
Lelong, Richard W. PfcMedic331 Medical BN CMB, 331st Medical Battalion Cited for service from 12 December 1944 to 12 February 1945  Combat Medical Badge 06/23/1945 GO 1945-045,

Pfc Richard W. LeLong promoted to Technician fifth grade. source 30
   30, GO 1945-045,
LeMasters, William E.17 030 975SSgt 589 FABN/Batt C Belgian Fourregerre CUB Vol 8, No 2, 11/1951       8,
Lemasters, Winfred35 635 378  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/33-B Furstenberg Brandenburg, Prussia  422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Lemay, Robert E.34 984 787Pfc 423 INF/1 BN/A CIB, POW, EAME/4POW camp unknown
 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Lembo, John J.32 358 192T/4 DHQ G-5         
Lemer, Benjamin nmiO-1 293 275Capt 423 INF/3 BN/HQ & HQ CIB, PH, BS, EAME/4
  1. Oflag 13-B
  2. POW # 25 486
Birth 14 Aug 1912 New Jersey, USA Death 20 Jul 1984 (aged 71) Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia, USA Burial Oakland Cemetery Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia, USA
  • Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051
  • Bronze Star for heroic achievement in connection with operations against the enemy in Belgium 12/18/1944 to 12/19/1944 GO 1945-080
   27, 62, step-son 12/2010, GO 1945-080, GO 1945-051, FAG 190382517
Lemister, Harold L.32 947 583Pfc 424 INF/CWIACIB, PH 12/28/1944  Purple Heart12/28/1944
NY
   11, 27, GO 1945-002,
Lemley, Francis M.37 307 912T/4 589 FABN/HQ Batt  Belgian Fourregerre CUB Vol 8, No 2, 11/1951      http://www.indianamilitary.org/106ID/Photos/Lemley-FrancisM.jpg1946-08, 1956-11/12, 1957-11/12, 1963-1/2/3 8,
Lemmo, Louis J.   424 INF/Medic   deceased 1988    1985-8/9/10, 1988-7/8/9
LeMonde, Richard M.   424 INF        2000-4/5/6, 2004-7/8/9
Lemonis, Pete S.34 917 994  422 INF/M CIB, POW, EAME/3
  1. 4-B,
  2. Slaughterhouse 5, Dresden, Germany
02/09/2008422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59, Ervin Szpek, Jr. 3/2013
Lemons, Martin D.38 081 815Pfc 424 INF/F CIB      12,
Lemthwaite, Gordon W.            1961-4/5
Lench, John J.31 459 606Pfc 423 INF/1 BN/AKIACIB, PH, EAME/4POW camp unknown
 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   27, GO 1945-051,
Lendle, Joseph F.12 007 117  423 INF/3 BN/HQ CO CIB, POW, EAME/4
  1. 12-A
  2. 9-B
 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   62, 1999-7/8/9, GO 1945-051,
Lendosky, Lawrence P.33 135 054T/5014 Auto Mechanic106 Recon Cav (Mech)  captured at Grosslangenfeld      Ed Strand from MR 12/19/1944,
Lengle, Arthur35 287 391Pvt-T/4 Cadre648 Radio Repairman423 INF/HQ  EAME/4  Fol EM 159th INF trfd in gr to units indicated as Cadre pers to report at Div Reorgn Area 3 Apr 45: EDCMR: 3 Apr 45. Auth: VOCG 15th US Army   SO 66,
Lengo, Vincent L.36 806 124Sgt/SSgt Cadre607 Light Mortar Crewman423 INF/C EAME/4  Fol EM 3d Inf trfd in gr to units indicated as Cadre pers to report at Div Reorgn Area 3 Apr 45: EDCMR: 3 Apr 45. Auth VOCG 15th US Army. SO 66 03/31/1945   SO 66,
Lenihan, Eugene F.36 810 861SSgt 424 INF/2 BN/FKIA 01/12/1945EIB 6/1944, CIB, PH 01/12/1945 01/12/1945 Plot E Row 1 Grave 2 Henri-Chapelle American Cemetery Hombourg, Belgium     12, 65, ABMC, Camp Crier 6/16/44,
Lennstrom, Edward A.36 650 660SSgt 424 INF/M, 424 INF/3 BN CIB      1947-09, 2002-1/2/3, 27,
Lentry, F. M.33 161 108  630 TD/AMIA       1,
Lentz, F. M.     CIB, POWPOW camp unknown
     1,
Lentz, Herbert H.35 404 837Pfc 424 INF/I CIB      27,
Lentz, William W.34 477 560 3516: Automotive Mechanic422 INF/K CIB, GC, EAME/3  
The uniform he wore home has the Golden Lion on it, 106th Division, 422nd Infantry, Company K. He returned home 09/09/45 on the Marechal Joffre and I have copies of the on board ship news. My aunt says he was assigned to stay and maintain German prisoners of war after V-E day until that Sept.

My best guess is he was one of those soldiers that lost most of their original company on D-Day and he was transferred or 'joined' with another group and then was transferred to the 106th sometime before the awful Ardennes Christmas. I do not think he was taken prisoner when the 422nd was or at least he never mentioned it to any of us. I assume from that he may have been driving back or forth along the supply route and again ended up with some other group (424th) possibly?
  http://www.indianamilitary.org/106ID/Photos/Lentz-William.jpgNiece C. Lentz Willett 06/10/2013,
Lenz, Edward C.33 849 241Pvt 422 INF/B CIB      27,
Leo, Edward J.32 081 324  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/39-B Bad Orb Hessen-Nassau, Prussia 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Leo, Irvin J. Cpl    
  1. captured 12/16/1944
  2. 9-B
 newspaper article  /sharedBy/appLinkName/viewLinkName/fieldName/image/1510687301829_Leo-Irvin.jpgCentral New Jersey Home News, New Brunswick NJ 04/29/1945
Leon, Frank, Jr.33 575 461Cpl 81 ENG(C)WIACIB, PH  Purple Heart (as Pfc) 12/12/1944.
PA

    GO 1945-021,
Leonard, Bayard Marshall35 925 690Pvt 423 INF/1 BN/BMIA, KIA Died as a POWCIB (MIA), EAME/4
  1. 4-B Mulberg
  2. Died as a POW
02/04/1945
  1. Combat Infantry Badge (MIA)
  2. 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051. Boyd of Elyria Soldier will arrive tomorrow. The body of Pvt Bayard Leonard, 33, who died in a German rison camp on 02.01/1945 will arrive in Elyria Wednesday afternoon. Graveside services will be help in Ridge Hill Mem. Park Cem. Reported MIA 12/21/1945. His wife was later informed he died of pneumonia in a German POW camp 02/01/1945
/sharedBy/appLinkName/viewLinkName/fieldName/image/1579015070270_Leonard-Bayard-324B-4B.jpg  27, GO 1945-051, Newspaper article
Leonard, Boyd L.34 600 680Pfc 422 INF/A CIB      27,
Leonard, Elmer H.34 897 227  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/34-B Muhlberg Sachsen 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Leonard, Herbert D. Pfc 424 INF/CWIACIB, PH      1947-09
Leonard, James C.33 588 159Pvt 423 INF/SVC CIB, EAME/4  Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051   27, GO 1945-051,
Leonard, James R.33 667 353T/5Telephone & TelegraphSIGNAL CIB, BS, MERITORIOUS UNIT COMMENDATION 106th Signal Company Cited for service from 1 February 1945 to 1 April 1945   
  1. Bronze Star (MIA). Heroic achievement in connection with military operations against the enemy 12/1/1944 to 12/18/1944 in Belgium.
  2. A fourth shell landed behind the switchboard, wounding two of the operators. They destroyed the board and withdrew only when ordered to leave by a superior officer, after German infantry had entered the town in strength as the barrage lifted. These men were T/5 Seymour H. Zorn, New York City; T/5 James R. Leonard and Pfc Donald A. Allen, both of Pittsburgh, and Pvt. Archie L. King, Muscatine, Ia.
   14, 17, 31, GO 1945-004,
Leonard, Robert J.35 249 292Pvt 423 INF/2 BN/E  CIB, POW, EAME/44-B Muhlberg Sachsen Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Leonard, William J.20 117 019  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/34-B Muhlberg Sachsen 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Leone, Fred Pvt 424 INF/3 BN/L        63,
Leone, Tex Pfc 422 INF/G        Franklin Star 5/2/1944, Camp Crier 4/28/44,
Leoners, Alonzo M.37 362 219Cpl 422 INF/Medic CIB      27,
Leonor, Manuel A.32 716 065T/5 422 INF/I CIB      27,
Lepe, Marcelo, Jr.20 916 132  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/34-B Muhlberg Sachsen 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Lephew, Robert C.34 922 354  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/3POW camp unknown
 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Lepley, Jack D.38 693 563Pvt 423 INF/3 BN/K CIB, POW, EAME/49-B Bad Orb Hessen-Nassau, Prussia 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Lepore, Joseph J.42 061 438Pvt 423 INF/1 BN/A CIB, POW, EAME/44-B Muhlberg Sachsen 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Lerno, Alphons P.39 719 423Pfc 589th FABN/Batt AMIA 12/23/1944Belgian Fourregerre CUB Vol 8, No 2, 11/1951
  1. 12-?
  2. Liberated by 9th Armored Div
10/31/2016chosen as Veteran of the Year by Atascadero Veterans Memorial Foundation, 2014
  http://www.indianamilitary.org/106ID/Photos/Lerno-Alphons.jpg1961-6/7, 1984-9/10/11, 8, 58, CUB 2014-March,
LeSage, Leo V.38 651 999Pvt 424 INF/2 BN CIB      27,
Leshko, Stephen13 008 829  423 INF CIB, POW, EAME/44-B Muhlberg Sachsen     62,
Lesko, Andrew A., Jr.35 900 955Pfc 423 INF/3 BN/K CIB, POW, EAME/4
  1. 9-B
  2. Barracks 42-A,
  3. POW # 26 100
 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

  http://www.indianamilitary.org/106ID/Photos/Lesko-Andrew.jpg62, CUB May 1954, 27, GO 1945-051,
Leslie, Boyce M. Cpl 422 INF/M        1946-12
Leslie, Raymond O.35 622 619  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/34-B Muhlberg Sachsen 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Lessie, Leo     CIB, POW4-B Muhlberg Sachsen     1983-5/6/7
Lester, Bill6 553 746SSgt/TSgt Cadre605422 INF/D    Fol EM 159th INF trfd in gr to units indicated as Cadre pers to report at Div Reorgn Area 3 Apr 45: EDCMR: 3 Apr 45. Auth: VOCG 15th US Army   SO 66,
Lesuring, P. R.   592nd FA/B        1965-5/6/74
Leswing, Philip R.   592nd FA/B        1961-6/7, 1962-1/2/3, 1965-11-12-1966-01-V22#2, 1971-10-11-12-V28#1
LeTellier, Louis S., Jr. Cpl 81 ENG (C)   02/18/199881st Engineer Combat Battalion Cited for Action in Germany from 12/16 to 12/23/1944   CUB 1946-12, CUB 1947-01-02, CUB 1948-8/9, CUB 1951-2/3, CUB 1952-12, CUB 1956-11/12, CUB 1957-11/12, CUB 1958-09-10-V15#1, CUB 1960-10/11/12, CUB 1998-1/2/3, CUB 2008-4/5/6, 7, CUB 04/2008
Letourneau, Arthur J.31 383 179Pvt 422 INF/3 BN CIB      27,
Letourneau, Eugene G.6 140 561Pfc 424 INF/I CIB      27,
Lett, John R. Cpl 424 INF/SVC, 591 FABN MERITORIOUS UNIT COMMENDATION Service Company, 424th Infantry Regiment Cited for service from 16 December 1944 to 15 March 1945     http://www.indianamilitary.org/106ID/Photos/Lett-John.jpg1947-12, 1948-04, 1958-4/5, 1967-05-06-07-V23#4
Letteer, James E.33 501 236Pvt SIGNAL MERITORIOUS UNIT COMMENDATION 106th Signal Company Cited for service from 1 February 1945 to 1 April 1945      14, 17, 31,
Letwin, Irving B.33 692 996PfcMedic331 Medical BN CMB, 331st Medical Battalion Cited for service from 12 December 1944 to 12 February 1945  Combat Medical Badge GO 1945-076   1988-10/11/12, 33, GO 1945-076,
Leung, Otto You42 127 445Pvt 422 INF/E CIB      1947-01-02 27,
Leusenring, Robert V.32 768 061Pfc 81 ENG (C)KIA as POWCIB, POWdied as Prisoner of War in Germany02/06/1945 Bad Orb81st Engineer Combat Battalion Cited for Action in Germany from 12/16 to 12/23/1944   B. Welke 12/2011
Levendoski, Anton E.36 456 311Pvt SIGNAL MERITORIOUS UNIT COMMENDATION 106th Signal Company Cited for service from 1 February 1945 to 1 April 1945      14, 17, 31,
Leverich, James32 081 328Pvt 422 INF/3 BN CIB      27,
Levesque, Lawrence A.31 302 641  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/34-B Muhlberg Sachsen 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Levin, Leon33 794 692Pvt 422 INF/K CIB, POW, EAME/3POW camp unknown
 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   55,59,
Levine, George20 261 161Cpl 424 INF/M CIB      1947-01-02,1988-7/8/9, 1992-7/8/9 27,
Levine, Henry42 065 460Pvt 423 INF/1 BN/C CIB, POW, EAME/49-B Bad Orb Hessen-Nassau, Prussia Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Levine, Howard I.32 897 188Cpl 424 INF/CN CIB      27,
Levine, Howard T. Cpl 424 INF/CNWIACIB, PH      1946-10 27,
Levine, Morris A.33 030 792  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/3POW camp unknown
09/26/2018 Erie PA
  1. 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace.
  2. He served in the 106th Division Infantry of the United States Army during World War II. He fought in the Battle of the Bulge, where he was captured and was held as a POW.
 /sharedBy/appLinkName/viewLinkName/fieldName/image/1538144540988_Levine-MorrisA.jpg 59, Legacy
Levine, Raymond C.36 957 997Pvt 423 INF/2 BN/G  CIB, POW, EAME/44-B Muhlberg Sachsen 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Levine, Sheldon L. Pvt 424 INF/C        10,
Levine, Sol Pvt 424 INF/HQ        CUB 1946-11, CUB 1947-01-02
Levine, William N.36 954 725Pfc 424 INF/2 BN CMB, PH  Purple Heart 12/20/1944. GO 1945-042,
IL
   1945-08-11, GO 1945-042,
Levitt, Arthur   422 INF/D        1948-8/9
Levitt, Arthur H.32 644 610  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/39-B Bad Orb Hessen-Nassau, Prussia 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Levy, Louis H.42 031 437Pvt 423 INF/3 BN/M CIB, POW, EAME/44-B Muhlberg Sachsen02/02/2006

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   27, 62, Camp Crier 4/28/1944, GO 1945-051,
Levy, Norman Pvt QM MERITORIOUS UNIT COMMENDATION 106th Quartermaster Company Cited for service from 1 December 1944 to 29 January 1945     /sharedBy/appLinkName/viewLinkName/fieldName/image/1493992453090_Levy-Norman.jpg62, Franklin Star 5/2/1944, Camp Crier 4/28/44,
Lew, Kia M.32 772 083  590 FABN/Batt A CIB, POW4-B Muhlberg Sachsen     1997-1/2/3, 57,
Lewandoski, William J.36 681 724Pfc 423 INF/1 BN/A CIB, POW, EAME/44-B Muhlberg Sachsen 
  • Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051
  • Supposed to have had some connection to the kitchen incident at IV-B.
   1995-4/5/6, GO 1945-051,
Lewandowski, Florian S.W-2 118 047WOJG SIGNAL MERITORIOUS UNIT COMMENDATION 106th Signal Company Cited for service from 1 February 1945 to 1 April 1945       
Lewandowski, Harry S.36 651 356Cpl 423 INF/3 BN/M CIB, POW, EAME/44-B Muhlberg Sachsen 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Lewandowski, Joseph B.36 308 657  423 INF CIB, POW, EAME/4POW camp unknown
     62,
Lewandowski, W. J.36 681 724  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/3POW camp unknown
 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Lewicki, Frank J.32 296 633Pfc 423 INF/1 BN/C CIB, POW, EAME/4POW camp unknown
 Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Lewis, Benjamin F. Pfc 424 INF/3 BN/L        63,
Lewis, Cevert A.20 526 983TSgt1812 Light Weapons NCO423 INF/I EAME/4  
  1. Fol EM 159th INF trfd in gr to units indicated as Cadre pers to report at Div Reorgn Area 3 Apr 45: EDCMR: 3 Apr 45. Auth: VOCG 15th US Army.
  2. newspaper article discharge
   SO 66, Raliegh Register, Beckley WV 11/25/1945
Lewis, Charled B.35 296 616  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/34-B Muhlberg Sachsen 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Lewis, Charles R.O-1 010 677Capt DHQ Ordnance        1946-10,1970-4/5/6, 1971-1/2/3, 1972-7/8/9, 1979-4/5/6, 1988-2/3
Lewis, Clarence W.34 545 965Pfc 422 INF/AT CIB      27,
Lewis, Claude N.34 762 734  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/38-A Gorlitz 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Lewis, Donald C.35 331 066T/4 423 INF/SVC CIB, EAME/4      5,
Lewis, Edwin D.14 164 297Cpl 423 INF/CN CIB, POW, EAME/44-B Muhlberg Sachsen Combat Infantryman Badge (as 423/CN) 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051   27, 62,1987-11/12-1988-1, 1988-2/3, GO 1945-051,
Lewis, Elmer W.O-490 472Capt Medical CorpsMedic331/Medical CMB, 331st Medical Battalion Cited for service from 12 December 1944 to 12 February 1945  Combat Medical Badge GO 1945-076   GO 1945-076,
Lewis, Elsie O.38 606 295Pfc 423 INF/1 BN/A CIB, POW, EAME/49-B Bad Orb Hessen-Nassau, Prussia 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Lewis, Everett M.O-1 055 0852LT 423 INF/3 BN/HQ & HQ CIB, POW, EAME/49-B Bad Orb Hessen-Nassau, Prussia 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Lewis, Gerald   81 ENG (C)    81st Engineer Combat Battalion Cited for Action in Germany from 12/16 to 12/23/1944   7,
Lewis, Jack L.36 478 210Pvt SIGNAL MERITORIOUS UNIT COMMENDATION 106th Signal Company Cited for service from 1 February 1945 to 1 April 1945      14, 17, 31,
Lewis, Kenneth W.32 488 343Sgt 423 INF/1 BN/C, 422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/49-B Bad Orb Hessen-Nassau, Prussia 
  1. Combat Infantryman Badge (as 423/1 BN/C) 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051
  2. 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace
   1, GO 1945-051,
Lewis, Marvin S., Jr.39 621 177Pfc 424 INF/G CIB      27,
Lewis, McCall14 091 838  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/3POW camp unknown
05/11/2015 Lexington
  1. 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace.
  2. He served in the UnitesStates Army where he was a P.O.W.

   59, Obit from W. Dunn
Lewis, Melvin32 331 678SSgt 422 INF/E, 81 ENG (C) CIB  81st Engineer Combat Battalion Cited for Action in Germany from 12/16 to 12/23/1944   7, 27,
Lewis, Milton I.36 956 938Pfc 422 INF/AMIA       1,
Lewis, Milton L.38 546 190T/5607 Light Mortar Crewman424 INF/1 BN/HQ - Medic GC, ETO/4, Victory, CMB 12/12/1944  
  1. Trained as a machine gunner and a mortar man. 17 weeks of Heavy Weapons training at Camp Roberts.
  2. Received one month of Medic training.
  3. From same hometown as Charles Reed. Good Friends.
  http://www.indianamilitary.org/106ID/Photos/Lewis-MiltonL.jpgDiscussion Board 7/2013, Grandson D. Lewis, Jr. 7/2013
Lewis, Park A.33 709 581Pvt 423 INF/2 BN/E  CIB, POW, EAME/44-B Muhlberg Sachsen Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Lewis, Perry T. T/5 81 ENG (C) then 103rd Div for movement home    newspaper article 34 days at home.
newspaper article new home in East Moline.
   CUB 1949-12-1950-1, CUB 1993-7/8/9, Dispatch, Moline IL 09/06/1945, CUB 1948-10/11, Dispatch, Moline IL 11/16/1945
Lewis, Robert H.O-1LT 424 INF/C        10,
Lewis, Royer K.O-472 310LtCol DHQ Finance Section, H&S CIB, BS  Entered Army in 1923, became a WO 1940, and a direct commission as Captain in 1842. Nashville Banner, Nashville TN 08/12/1953
  /sharedBy/appLinkName/viewLinkName/fieldName/image/1574525025523_Lewis-Royer.jpgCUB 1947-01-02, CUB 1948-12/1949-1, C. Wouters 12/2013,
Lewis, Virgil              
Lewis, William A., Jr.34 608 433T/5 SIGNAL MERITORIOUS UNIT COMMENDATION 106th Signal Company Cited for service from 1 February 1945 to 1 April 1945      14, 17, 31,
Lewthwaite, Gordon W. LT 81 ENG (C)/A, 81 ENG (C)/H    81st Engineer Combat Battalion Cited for Action in Germany from 12/16 to 12/23/1944   CUB 1947-12,1951-2/3, 7, 81 ENG Unit Citation
Lex, Henry A.37 584 919Pvt 424 INF/F CIB      12.
Leyba, Jose D.38 583 659Pvt 424 INF/C CIB      11, 27,
Leyba, Julio P.39 717 170  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/3
  1. 12-A
  2. 9-B
 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Lezanicz, Theodore J. Pfc 422 INF/K        55,
Lheureux, Albert E.37 034 285  423 INF CIB, POW, EAME/44-B Muhlberg Sachsen     62,
Libera, Henry F. Sgt DHQ DIV/ARTY   1997 cir    1951-2/3, 1965-2/3/4, 1974-10/11/12
Libman, Oliver E.36 648 433Cpl 424 INF/CN, 424 INF/MEDIC, 424 INF/CN CIB      1947-09, 1948-8/9, 07-08-09.1989 27,
Librizzi, Agostino12 019 690Pfc 422 INF/AT CIB      27,
Libucha, Henry Cpl      Took part in ceremonies in which Maj Gen Stroh turned over the Divisional HQ to Maj Gen Pierre Billotte, commander of French 10th Infantry Divison
   Tribune, Scranton PA 08/07/1945
Liccone, James M.32 773 555  590 FABN CIB, POW4-B Muhlberg Sachsen     57,
Lich, Robert F.36 478 556Pvt SIGNAL MERITORIOUS UNIT COMMENDATION 106th Signal Company Cited for service from 1 February 1945 to 1 April 1945      14, 31,
Licht, Edwin M.36 953 403Pfc 423 INF/3 BN/KKIA 03/12/1945CIB (Posthumous), PH, EAME/49-B Bad Orb Hessen-Nassau, PrussiaLO E-47-23Combat Infantry Badge (Posthumous) 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051,   1, ABMC, GO 1945-051,
Lichtblau, AbeO-169 601Capt Medical CorpsMedic331 Medical BN CMB, 331st Medical Battalion Cited for service from 12 December 1944 to 12 February 1945  Combat Medical Badge GO 1945-076   33, GO 1945-076,
Lichtenfeld, Seymour "Sy"35 141 789  422 INF/I CIB, POW, PH, BS, EAME/3
  1. 4-B,
  2. 12-A,
  3. 3-A,
  4. 3-B Furstenberg Brandenburg, Prussia
  5. POW #312 330
 
  1. PW # 312330. 3d Squad, 3d Platoon.
  2. Bronze Star by letter 04/11/1951 US Army Adjutant General.
  3. Combat Infantryman's Badge by Letter ORder #140 US Army Adjutant General 07/03/1945
  4. 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace
 /sharedBy/appLinkName/viewLinkName/fieldName/image/1501950538007_Lichtenfeld-Sy-2.jpghttp://www.indianamilitary.org/106ID/Photos/Lichtenfeld-Sy.jpg59, 1948-8/9, 1950-10/11, 1987-7/8/9/10, 2009-5/8, 8/2011, self 08/2013, Book by self, "Kriegie 312330",
Lichtwar, Joseph E.33 768 293Pvt 423 INF/2 BN/G  CIB, POW, EAME/4POW camp unknown
 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Licovitch, Joseph42 054 629Ofc 422 INF/A CIB, POW, EAME/34-B Muhlberg Sachsen 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   27, 59,
Licsay, William             
Liebermar, Samuel31 458 475Pfc 424 INF/3 BN CIB      27,
Liem, Robert C.37 512 512Pvt SIGNAL MERITORIOUS UNIT COMMENDATION 106th Signal Company Cited for service from 1 February 1945 to 1 April 1945      14, 17, 31,
Lietz, Lester V.36 319 486Pvt 424 INF/C CIB      11, 27,
Lifchez, Zack I.O-356 329Capt Dental CorpsMedic331 Medic BN PH, MERITORIOUS UNIT COMMENDATION 331st Medical Battalion Cited for service from 12 December 1944 to 12 February 1945  
  • Combat Medical Badge GO 1945-076
  • Purple Heart 12/29/1944. GO 1945-048,
  • IL
   GO 1945-048, GO 1945-076,
Liggett, Robert G.36 961 696Sgt 424 INF/EKIA 02/19/1945CIB, PH, BS, BS/OLC  02/19/1945 Missing In Action Memorialized Tablets of the Missing Henri-Chapelle American Cemetery Hombourg, Belgium Purple Heart 01/30/1945.
IL

   27, 65, ABMC, GO 1945-021,
Light, Seymour S.35 922 470Pvt 424 INF/3 BN/HQ, 424 INF/L CIB      CUB 1946-08, CUB 1949-10/11, CUB 1956-11/12, CUB 1957-11/12 27, Camp Crier 4/7/44,
Likins, Robert A.O-1 167 951CaptCO 591 FABN/Batt B (105 mm)591 FABN/Batt B, 590 FABN   5/1/2009
  1. Bronze Star (as 591 FA BN) for meritorious service in connection with military operations against the enemy 12/10/1944 to 02/08/1945 in Belgium and Germany. GO 1945-073
  2. Btry Commander. First round fired by 591/B at Heckhalenfeld, Germany, at 1653 hrs, 10 Dec 1944.
   CUB 1967-8/9/10, CUB 1967-11/12-1968-1/2, CUB 1973-1-2-3-V39#2, CUB 1975-4/5/6, CUB 1978-1/2/3, CUB 1989-4/5/6, CUB 2009-5/8, GO 1945-073,
Lile, Gleason H. Cpl 591/HQ Batt/1st Howitzer Section        Camp Crier 8/4/44,
Lile, Paul W.37 051 566  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/3POW camp unknown
 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Liles, Murray H.37 101 559Pfc 422 INF/Medic CIB      27,
Lileski, Marion S.             
Lilly, William35 897 318  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/34-B Muhlberg Sachsen 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Lim, Lee36 830 567Pvt 423 INF/3 BN/HQ CO CIB, POW, EAME/4POW camp unknown
 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Limburg, F. W.   81 ENG (C)    81st Engineer Combat Battalion Cited for Action in Germany from 12/16 to 12/23/1944   7,
Limsay, Carl M.34 920 881Pfc 592 FABNWIACIB, PH  Purple Heart (as Pvt) 01/12/1945.
TN

    GO 1945-021,
Lincoln, Edgar J. Jr34 074 911SSgtMedic331 Medical BN CMB, 331st Medical Battalion Cited for service from 12 December 1944 to 12 February 1945  Combat Medical Badge GO 1945-076   33, GO 1945-076,
Lincoln, Hubert K.   81 ENG (C)/HQ/H&SMIA 12/22/1945 Belgium POW 
  1. newspaper article.
  2. 81st Engr Combat/Hq & Svc Co, 3d Platoon Cited in Order of Day by Charles, Prince/Regent of the Kingdom, Belgian Army, Decree 7253, 07/13/1950: During crucial period of German offensive of Ardennes American 7th Army attacked by 8 divisions of enemy forces held cent of St. Vith.
   CUB 1952-2/3, The Mercury, Pottstown PA 03/31/1945
Lindanood, Robert D.O-1 295 737Lt. 424 INF/HQ CIB      27,
Lindberg, Pierce T.14 134 207Pfc 423 INF/3 BN/I CIB, POW, EAME/44-B Muhlberg Sachsen 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Lindenboom, Alfred32 771 883T/3 DHQ AG Section         
Lindenmeyer, Joseph E. Pfc SIGNAL MERITORIOUS UNIT COMMENDATION 106th Signal Company Cited for service from 1 February 1945 to 1 April 1945      17,
Linder, Eugene L.   81 ENG (C)    81st Engineer Combat Battalion Cited for Action in Germany from 12/16 to 12/23/1944   7,
Linder, Henry   422 INF/I        1984-12-1985-1/2
Lindgren, Warren36 641 859Pfc 423 INF/3 BN/KWIACIB, PH, PH/OLC, EAME/44-B Muhlberg Sachsen 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   62, 1948-8/9, 27, GO 1945-051,
Lindler, Robert E.14 116 089Pfc 422 INF/CN CIB      27,
Lindman, Oscar W.37 536 308Pfc 424 INF/I/1st PltKIACIB      27,
Lindow, James A.36 583 533Sgt 422 INF/L CIBPOW in Germany
 
  1. Married at Camp Atterbury.
  2. Letter home asked for meat and candy.
   27, Republic 03/19/1945
Lindsay, Curt   424 INF/H        1983-5/6/7, 1986-3/4/5/6
Lindsay, Gilbert F.O- 061 1732LT 423 INF/SVC CIB, POW, EAME/4POW camp unknown
 Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Lindsay, John B.35 143 689Pfc 424 INF/F CIB      12,
Lindsay, Lewis W.38 513 599Pvt 424 INF/A        1,
Lindsay, Robert F.33 440 056SSgt 422 INF/AWIACIB, PH, PH/OLC
  1. 4-B,
  2. 4-F.
  3. Liberated 04-14-1945 while in a German Hospital.
     1947-01-02, 1947-03, 1, 59,
Lindsay, Thomas H.14 013 304TSgt 423 INF/1 BN/A CIB, POW, EAME/4POW camp unknown
 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Lindsey, Curtis C.38 682 574Pfc 424 INF/H CIB      1980-7/8/9 27,
Lindsey, Curtis Lee   424 INF/H   08/13/2007 Waco TX    CUB 1948-8/9, CUB 1958-4/5, CUB 1966-4/5/6, CUB 1972-7/8/9, CUB 1976-1/2/3, CUB 1978-1/2/3, CUB 1979-4/5/6, CUB 1985-3/4/5/6/7, Legacy
Lindsey, Frank35 631 757Pfc 424 INF/C CIB      10, 11,
Lindsey, Wilson D. K.39 473 288Pfc 422 INF/I CIB      27,
Lineberger, William M. Pfc 591 FA/SVC        1975-4/5/6, 1987-3/4/5/6, #66 (591 SVC Roster 01/18/1944) by C. Wouters 12/2011
Lingefelt, William L. TSgt 424 INF/2 BN/G EIB 6/1944      Camp Crier 6/16/44,
Lingerfelt, Will L.34 289 626TSgt 424 INF/G CIB      1967-05-06-07-V23#4 27,
Lingle, Carl E.42 057 122Pfc 424 INF/E CIB      27,
Link, unk            CUB 03/2013
Linkletter, George O., Jr.             
Linpczynski, Chester A.32 382 271Pvt 422 INF/2 BN CIB      27,
Lins, Thomas W.32 948 391  422 INF/HQ CIB, POW, EAME/34-B Muhlberg Sachsen 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   1977-7/8/9 59,
Linstrom, Ed   424 INF/3 BN        1988-2/3
Lint, unk   423 INF EAME/4     /sharedBy/appLinkName/viewLinkName/fieldName/image/1501954287371_Lint-unk.jpgJacket sold on ebay with CUB patch 11/2012
Lionette, Michael A. T/4 590 FA/SVC        061,
Lipka, Joseph   423 INF/C EAME/4      CUB 1952-4/5
Lipkin, Marshall Pfc 424 INF/B, 424 INF/1 BN CIB      1947-03, 1948-2, 1955-5/6, 1956-11/12, 1957-11/12 27,
Lippincott, Harold   DHQ Military Police        1956-9/10, 1956-11/12, 1958-2/3
Lippitt, Fred A. Pvt 424 INF/D        22,
Lipps, Patrick Cpl 424 INF/D        1945-08-11
Lipson, Sidney L.12 141 177Pfc 423 INF/3 BN/HQ CO CIB, POW, EAME/44-B Muhlberg Sachsen 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Liskiewicz, Michael W.32 823 951T/5803 Bugler106 Recon Cav (Mech)  
  1. captured at Grosslangenfeld - POW
  2. The Pow stalag are as follows: Stalag 12-A Limburg, Stalag 2-D Stargard, Stalag 2-A Neunbrandenberg, Stalag  10-B Bremenvord, Stalag XC Neinberg. 
living 04/2016
  1. See Lt. Haines account of the battle under "Grosslangenfeld" link.
  2. I was assigned to Hdqs Platoon and was the Bugler.
 /sharedBy/appLinkName/viewLinkName/fieldName/image/1460980251847_Liskiewicz-Michael.jpg/sharedBy/appLinkName/viewLinkName/fieldName/image/1456338940368_Liskiewicz-Mike.jpgCUB 1989 04/05/06, Ed Strand 02/2016, Michael Liskiewicz 04/2016,
Liston, Earl R.36 739 760T/5014 Auto Mechanic106 Recon Cav (Mech)   2016 living in Tucson AZ
  1. See Lt. Haines account of the battle under "Grosslangenfeld" link.
  2. “Lucky or not – T/5 Earl Liston was 8 miles from Grosslangenfeld in St Vith, Belgium, when the attack began. His Tank Half Track needed a new throw-out bearing and just a day earlier he left to have it fixed. Instead of counting his blessings for being out of the battle he grabbed a load of ammunition to take to his buddies. He was turned around by mortars and small arms fire and returned to St Vith which, ultimately, kept him from becoming a POW. Today (2015) Earl is 93 years old and lives in Tucson, AZ.”

 /sharedBy/appLinkName/viewLinkName/fieldName/image/1454851997866_Liston-Earl-2.jpg/sharedBy/appLinkName/viewLinkName/fieldName/image/1454851996510_Liston-Earl-1.jpgEd Strand 02/2016,
Litcher, Stephen Joseph32 771 355T/5733 Recon Car Crewman106 Recon Cav (Mech)  
  1. captured at Grosslangenfeld
  2. X-B Sandbostel
05/22/2013     Ed Strand from MR 12/19/1944, Legacy
Litchfield, Henry S.38 671 890Pfc 424 INF/G CIB, SS   Silver Star for gallantry in action on 12/17/1944 in Germany. During an intense heavy mortar and artillery concentration which wounded his squad leader and dispersed the men of his squad. He immediately assumed command and reorganized the men. In the ensuing action by his inspiring leadership and courage was instrumental in repulsing several fierce assaults. When his BAR gunner was wounded, he manned the gun himself. 106INF GO 1945-030.

   1948-8/9, 27, 106 INF GO 1945-030,
Liter, GobelEdward Pvt 740th AAA, ??? INF/CN EAME/1 WW2 Victory Occupation 11/10/2020
Discharged 11/21/1945 Bolbec, France
Re-enlisted in 511th Parachute/F
2nd discharge 03/25/1947 Ft Sheridan IL
 /sharedBy/appLinkName/viewLinkName/fieldName/image/1642709118987_Liter0GobelEdward-2.jpg Obit
Littell, Joseph F.31 344 064Pfc 422 INF/IWIACIB, PH, PH/OLC
  1. 9-B,Limburg,
  2. 4-B,
  3. Asst to Johaun Kasten, MOC,
  4. Berga 02/08/1945 for refusing to reveal Jews.
  5. Escaped
  6. re-captured.
  7. 9-V Bad Sulza.
  8. Liberated 04/11/1945
 newspaper article at home awaiting re-assignment   CUB 1995-4/5/6, 1, 59, 68, Morning News, WIlmington DE 09/22/1945
Little, C. Fabion   423 INF/HQ  EAME/4      1991-1/2/3
Little, Cecil F.31 195 125Pfc 423 INF/HQ  CIB, POW, EAME/4
  1. 2-A,
  2. 6-G
 Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Little, Oliver   81 ENG (C)    81st Engineer Combat Battalion Cited for Action in Germany from 12/16 to 12/23/1944   7,
Littlefield, Aaron B.38 662 987Pvt 424 INF/3 BN CIB      27,
Littlejohn, Thomas F.O-292 631Capt 422 INF/B CIB, POW, EAME/3
  1. 3-A
  2. work camps
 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Littlejohn, unk    KIA Died as POWCIB, POWDied as POW      
Littlepage, Wilfred R.36 579 618T/5 423 INF/SVC CIB, EAME/4      5,
Littler, Joe W.17 003 355Pfc 422 INF/E CIB      27,
Littleton, Walter H.37 735 811Pvt 423 INF/2 BN/E  CIB, POW, EAME/4Stalag 4A Hohnstein, Saxony Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Litton, Maurice T.38 523 840  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/34-B Muhlberg Sachsen 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Litvin, Joseph13 088 265SSgt 423 INF/1 BN/D, 422 INF/I CIB, POW, EAME/4POW camp unknown
 
  1. Combat Infantryman Badge (as 423/1 BN/D) 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051
  2. 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace
   62, 1951-8/9, 1952-12, 2005-01-02-03, 1954-1/2, 1957-2/3, 1957-11/12, 1961-1/2/3, 1966-4/5/6, 1971-1/2/3, 1976-4-5-6-V32#3, 1983-5/6/7, 27, GO 1945-051,
Litwin, Joseph   423 INF/D EAME/4      1974-10/11/12
Litzenberger, Alton             
Lively, Lee R.   591 FABN/HQ Batt        1997-7/8/9
Livesey, Herbert B., Jr.O-229 502Lt Col DHQ Chemical Warfare OGL-Bronze 1947    /sharedBy/appLinkName/viewLinkName/fieldName/image/1504889652763_Livesey-Herb-2.jpg/sharedBy/appLinkName/viewLinkName/fieldName/image/1473626070584_Livesey-Herbert-1.jpgCUB 1945-09-16, CUB 1946-08, CUB 1947-01-02, CUB 1950-12-1951-1, CUB 1962-8/9, CUB 1994-1/2/3, CUB 09/16/1945, C.Wouters 12/2013, diary
Livingston, Clifton R.   424 INF/K        1948-12/1949-1, 1949-12-1950-1
Livingston, Jack L. LT 423 INF EAME/4  newspaper article marriage   The Express, Lock Haven, PA 05/01/1944
Livingston, Mickey Pvt 423 INF/D EAME/4  member 106th baseball team
   Franklin Evening Star 08/11/1944
Livingston, Richard V.6 964 992Cpl 424 INF/CN        9,
Lizanecz, Theodore J.33 766 529  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/34-B Muhlberg Sachsen 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Lloyd, Crill K.37 511 735PfcMedic331 Medical BN CMB, 331st Medical Battalion Cited for service from 12 December 1944 to 12 February 1945  Combat Medical Badge GO 1945-076   33, GO 1945-076,
Lloyd, Edgar L.O-1 298 255  422 INF/M CIB, POW, EAME/39-B Bad Orb Hessen-Nassau, Prussia 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   1993-4/5/6 59,
Lloyd, Raymond C.37 707 183Pfc 423 INF/3 BN/K CIB, POW, EAME/4POW camp unknown
 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Lobat, Laddy L.36 671 179Pfc 424 INF/E CIB      27,
Lobenfeld, Samuel Joseph "Sam"O-1 176 411Capt 590 FABNMIACIB, POW
  1. 13-B Weiden Bavaria
  2. POW # 24 987
Birth 27 Aug 1914 New York County (Manhattan), New York, USA Death 27 Sep 2003 (aged 89) Brooklyn, Kings County (Brooklyn), New York, USA Burial Unknown    57, FAG 190404869
Loberdorff, Russell     CIB, POW  D.E.Cooley's 40&8 Roster 12/25/1944    
Lobosco, John C. Sr32-993-043Tec 529 JUL 1943 - 25 MAR 1946424 INF REG/E CoN/AMERITORIOUS UNIT COMMENDATION Service Company, 424th Infantry Regiment Cited for service from 16 December 1944 to 15 March 1945, Battle of the Bulge Medal, American Campaign Medal, Europe Africa Middle East (EAME) Medal. WW2 Victory Medal, Occupation Ribbon, Good Conduct, Sharp Shooter Medal,N/ADATE OF BIRTH: 08 MAY 1924 Brooklyn NY DATE OF DEATH: 02 APR 2013 INTERRED April 9,2013 at Calverton National Cemetery. NYMarried 26 JUL 1953 Spouse Nancy C nee Scortino, Siblings: John C Lobosco Jr, Paul A Lobosco, Thomas J Lobosco, Jame S Lobosco, Joseph J Lobosco and Nancy N Lobosco (Galito)/sharedBy/appLinkName/viewLinkName/fieldName/image/1594086966782_Dad_Headstone.JPG/sharedBy/appLinkName/viewLinkName/fieldName/image/1594554806955_Dad_Brthday_2012.JPG/sharedBy/appLinkName/viewLinkName/fieldName/image/1594554806824_John_C_Lobosco_Sr_WWII_2_.jpg1949-12-1950-1 30 JUN 2020 lobopal@netscape.net
LoCascio, George P.O-554 8941LT 422 INF/KWIACIB, PH, PH/OLC
  1. 9-B,
  2.  Meiningen
     1946-12,1947-01-02 55,59,
LoCascio, Ralph   423 INF/A EAME/4      1947-03
Loch, Jesse W.39 578 568  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/34-B Muhlberg Sachsen 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Lochausen, Theo W.39 857 667  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/34-B Muhlberg Sachsen 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Lochausen, Thew W. Pfc 422 INF/K        55,
Lochman, Robert E.16 053 945  590 FABN CIB, POWPOW camp unknown
     57,
Lochowitz, C. Bernard Pfc 591 FABN/Batt A        1947-09
Lockaby, Johnnie W.34 966 489Pfc 423 INF/2 BN/G  CIB, POW, EAME/44-B Muhlberg Sachsen 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Lockamy, James T.6 892 301Pfc 424 INF/3 BN CIB      27,
Lockard, Forrest S.20 305 727Sgt DHQ Spc Services         
Lockard, Richard H.35 625 948  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/3POW camp unknown
 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Lockard, William L.33 278 285Sgt 591 FABNMIA       1,
Locke Jr, John H.7 003 753Pfc 424 INF/L CIB      27,
Locke, Joseph Pvt 517 Parachute INF Rgt    PVT Joseph Locke of Van Nuys, California near Henumont, Belgium during the final stages of the Battle of the Bulge. Company B, 1st Battalion 517th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 17th Airborne Division. had been attached to the remains of the 106th Infantry Division. The photo taken 01/16/1945.  http://www.indianamilitary.org/106ID/Photos/Locke-Joseph.jpgEbay 06/20/2013,
Lockhart, Richard T. "Dick"15 313 506Cpl 423 INF/AT, 422 INF /3 BN, 423 INF/AMIA, POWCIB, POW, BS, EAME/4
  1. 9-B
  2. Captured 1944
  3. 4 1/2 months as a POW
  4. After the war, attended Northwestern U. and started a governmental affairs/lobbying firm.  Working there at age 80.
11/23/2019
  1. Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051
  2. Some of you know me as a professional lobbyist and indeed I have been one for thirty-two years. However, few know of my personal experience with the Holocaust in Germany during World War II. When the war came, I was eager to be in it, and in fact, enlisted and volunteered for infantry. In due course I found myself a casualty during the Battle of The Bulge. I became a Prisoner Of War. I will not attempt to describe those combat conditions in December of 1944, the "Ardennes Snow March," four days and nights jammed into box cars with no food or water (and being bombed by your own Air Force in the process). Suffice it to say, I, along with several thousand other GI's, found myself entering the gates of Stalag IX-B, Bad Orb, Germany, on December 26.
  3. Stalag IX-B was a very primitive camp, housing several thousand Russian, Serbian, and French soldiers. It was reserved for Privates and Privates- First Class only. In the American compound there were no American officers, except a Protestant, a Catholic Chaplain, and a Dentist. There were no medical facilities, no sanitary services, no heat, and not much grass soup. Men died every day.
  4. You may wonder how the Nazis identified the Jewish GI's. The answer is that they volunteered such fact. Frankly, it is something that I never understood to this day. Was it done as an affirmation of their culture and religion? Was it done out of naiveté? Was it done out of a false sense that because they were American soldiers, ... that it would protect them? After forty-six years I still do not know. What I do know is that it happened. Demonstrating once again the enormous capacity of some to impose the cruelest of punishment on others, solely because of difference of race, religion, nationality, or culture.
  5. Those Jewish GI's in Stalag IX-B may have thought they would be exempt from the Nazi Holocaust. They were not, and their fate should never be forgotten.
  6. CUB returned 2016,
  7. 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace
 /sharedBy/appLinkName/viewLinkName/fieldName/image/1454687476720_Lockhart-Richard.jpghttp://www.indianamilitary.org/106ID/Photos/Lockhart-Richard.jpg1, Self 10/2012, http://www.axpow.org/lockhartdick.htm, GO 1945-051, CUB 04/2014, 094, CUB 04/2016, USAHEC, CUB 76-1, 12/2019-03/2020
Lockridge, Bernard L.O-Capt 591 FABN/HQ Batt        1991-10/11/12
Lockwood, Herbert W.34 150 172Ssgt577 Survey and Instrument NCO, Field Artillery590 FABN    Fol EM 627th FA Bn trfd in gr to Sv Btry units indicated as Cadre pers to report at Div Reorgn Area 3 Apr 45: EDCMR: 3 Apr 45. Auth: VOCG 15 US Army   SO 66,
Lockwood, Howard J.37 039 056  422 INF/K CIB, PH9-B Bad Orb Hessen-Nassau, Prussia     27,55,59,Franklin Star 5/2/1944
Lockwood, John J., Jr.33 014 510Pvt 424 INF/M CIB      27,
LoConti, Vito   DHQ        1965-5/6/7
LoCurcio, Vincent, Jr. Cpl 423 INF/M EIB 09/19/1944, EAME/4 07/08/2003    1992-1/2/3, 2003-10/11/12, GO 17
Loden, Edward T.36 310 892SSgt 424 INF/B CIB      27,
Loew, Robert B.35 133 073TSgt/1st Sgt (Cadre)1812 Light Weapons NCO422 INF/B    Fol EM 159th INF trfd in gr to units indicated as Cadre pers to report at Div Reorgn Area 3 Apr 45: EDCMR: 3 Apr 45. Auth: VOCG 15th US Army   SO 66,
Loewenguth, A. A. MSgt 422 INF/SVCMIA       1,
Loewenguth, Alpheus A.35 388 360  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/3
  1. 8-A
  2. Moosburg
 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Loftus, Russel W.33 679 956Pfc 422 INF/G CIB      27,
Logaglio, Vincent37 077 909Pfc 275th Armored FA SM 10/10/1944  Soldiers' Medal for heroism not involving actual conflict with the enemy on 10/10/1944 in France. With utter disregard for his own personal safety, unhesitatingly rushed to the assistance of another soldier whose arms and clothes were ablaze as the result of a gasoline explosion. By quick thinking and good judgement he removed part of his won clothing with which he extinguished the blaze, thus preventing possible fatal burns or permanent disability. The heroic and courageous actions of Pfc Logaglio reflect credit on himself and the military services. Missouri    GO 1945-001,
Logan, Angus J.36 583 499T/4 589 FABN/Batt C Belgian Fourregerre CUB Vol 8, No 2, 11/1951       8,
Logan, Norman L.33 850 492  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/34-B Muhlberg Sachsen 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Logan, Robert C.   424 INF/1 BN CIB, POW
  1. Captured at Winterspelt.
  2. 12-A,
  3. 10-C,
  4. Sand Bostel.
  5. Liberated by British
     1996-4/5/6
Logan, Robert D.35 313 457Sgt 424 INF/F CIB      12,
Logan, Robert E.   424 INF/AT   11/12/2017    CUB 01/2018
Logan, Robert G.O-1 307 2641LTAsst S-2, S-3424 INF/HQ & 424 INF/1 BN/HQWIACIB, PH  
  1. Purple Heart 01/15/1945.
  2. One day after receiving notice her husband had bee seriously wounded, she got a letter from him saying he had been slightly wounded.
   27, 77, GO 1945-021, Republic, Columbus IN 01/31/1945
Loge, Kenneth L.37 027 604TSgt502 Administrative NCO423 INF/3 BN/HQ CO EAME/4  Fol EM 3d Inf trfd in gr to units indicated as Cadre pers to report at Div Reorgn Area 3 Apr 45: EDCMR: 3 Apr 45. Auth VOCG 15th US Army. SO 66 03/31/1945   SO 66,
Logos, John33 022 721PfcMedic331 Medical BN CMB 09/05/1944, 331st Medical Battalion Cited for service from 12 December 1944 to 12 February 1945   Combat Medical Badge GO 1945-076   33, GO 1945-076,
Logsdon, William L.33 900 229Pfc 423 INF/2 BN/F CIB, POW, EAME/49-B Bad Orb Hessen-Nassau, Prussia 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Lohuis, John H.36 957 874Pfc 422 INF/I CIB      27,
Loiacano, Phillip P. Pvt 424 INF/C        10,
Loiti, Benedict J.32 772 033PfcMedic331 Medical BN CMB, 331st Medical Battalion Cited for service from 12 December 1944 to 12 February 1945       
Lojacono, Joseph J.42 075180Pfc 423 INF/2 BN/HQ Co MIA, KIA 12/22/1944CIB (Posthumous), PH, EAME/4 AR D-7-35Dies of starvation in IV-B, 04-11-1945

Combat Infantry Badge (MIA) 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   27, ABMC, GO 1945-051,
Loke, unk            5/5/44,
Loleit, Allan J.   81 ENG (C)/B    81st Engineer Combat Battalion Cited for Action in Germany from 12/16 to 12/23/1944   1989-7/8/9 7,
Lolley, Winston C.31 399 874T/4 424 INF/2 BN, 423 INF/HQ CIB, EAME/4      1947-01-02, 27,
Loma, unk Sgt 81 ENG (C)/A    81st Engineer Combat Battalion Cited for Action in Germany from 12/16 to 12/23/1944   CUB 1987-11/12-1988-1, photo by William Cowden
Lombardi, Albert R.42 090 590Pfc 589 FABN/Batt AMIA 12/23/1944Belgian Fourregerre CUB Vol 8, No 2, 11/1951 POW camp unknown
     8,58,
Lombardi, Dominick A.32 803 642Pvt 422 INF/CN CIB, Silver Star 03/13/2001 Deerfield FL
In World War II, Mr. Lombardi joined the US Army in March 1943. He fought most of the war in France and engaged in the Battle of the Bulge. He served in the 422nd Infantry, 106th Division, Cannon Company until the war's end in 1945 and he received a Silver Star.
   27, Legacy
Lombardi, Frank             
Lombardi, John Cpl 424 INF/B        1946-12
Lombardo, William J., Jr.33 081 756SSgt 423 INF/3 BN/K CIB, POW, EAME/4POW camp unknown
 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Lomonaco, John SSgt   CIB, POWPOW camp unknown
     2004-04-05-06
Lomonaco, John M.32 820 522SSgt 422 INF/2 BN/HQ CIB, POW, EAME/3
  1. 4-B,
  2. liberated by British 04/15/1945
02/21/2004422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   27, 59, 1988-10/11/12
Lomp, John E.36 583 100Pvt521-Basic Soldier106 Recon Cav (Mech)    Trans. To Replacement Depot 20 May 44  /sharedBy/appLinkName/viewLinkName/fieldName/image/1456339525212_Lomp-John.jpgRestricted Spec Orders 20 May 1944
Lompra, Lawrence P.36 579 654Sgt 423 INF/DKIA 12/21/1944CIB (Posthumous), PH, EAME/4 HC E-13-23 Combat Infantry Badge (Posthumous) 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051,   27, ABMC, GO 1945-051,
Londino, Frank M.31 428 819Pfc 423 INF/3 BN/M CIB, POW, EAME/4
  1. 12-A
  2. 9-B
 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Londo, Kenneth E.37 729 530Pvt 424 INF/H CIB      1948-6/7 27,
Lonergan, Vincent L.39 046 140Pfc 423 INF/2 BN/LKIA 04/06/1945CIB (POW), POW, EAME/49-B Bad Orb Hessen-Nassau, PrussiaAR A-42-13Combat Infantry Badge (Prisoner of War) 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051   61, ABMC, GO 1945-051,
Long, Carl S.39 384 510SSgt/TSgt Cadre745 Rifleman423 INF/C EAME/4  Fol EM 159th INF trfd in gr to units indicated as Cadre pers to report at Div Reorgn Area 3 Apr 45: EDCMR: 3 Apr 45. Auth: VOCG 15th US Army   SO 66,
Long, Carlos S.35 899 461Pfc 423 INF/SVCMIACIB, POW, EAME/4
  1. 11-A,
  2. 4-A Hohnstein, Saxony,
  3. 12-A,
  4. 3-A Luckenwalde
  5. work camps
  6. Reported MIA 012/21/1944
  7. Liberated 04/15/1945
 
  1. Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051
  2. newspaper article
  3. from Shelbyville IN
   27, 62, 1947-09, GO 1945-051, Columbus Herald 01/17/1945, Republic 01/15/1945, Republic 05/10/1945
Long, Charlie R.37 154 724Pfc 423 INF/1 BN/HQ CIB, POW, EAME/4POW camp unknown
 Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Long, Clevland34 388 596Pvt 424 INF/E CIB      27,
Long, Ivan H.O-1 288 5781LT Retired as Lt ColPlt Ldr423 INF/1 BN/HQ, 424 INF/I&R CIB, BS, EAME/4 11/15/2002
  1. Bronze Star (as 423 INF) for heroic achievement in operations against the enemy 12/18/1944 to 12/21/1944 in Belgium.
  2. Lt Long and several men escaped near St. Vith
  3. Lost his Val-Pak at Atterbury. Also served in Korea where he was WIA.
  4. His platoon picked up survivors and got across the Our River almost intact on the 20th. They brought the news of the mass surrender to Div. HQ.
  5. During the early hours of the Nazi assault, the 423rd I & R Platoon, under 1st Lt. Ivan H. Long, Pontiac, Mich., effectively held a road block. The Germans, learning at great cost that they could not smash through the block, went around.
  http://www.indianamilitary.org/106ID/Photos/Long-IvanH.jpgCUB 1988-7/8/9, CUB 1989-10/11/12, CUB 07-08-09/1991, Camp Crier 4/14/44, 68, GO 1945-019, "Red Legs of the Bulge", "Story of the 106th" in Stars & Stripes, "The 106th: The Story of the 106th Infantry Division".
Long, James W.39 270 275  423 INF CIB, POW, EAME/4
  1. 8-A
  2. Moosburg
     62,
Long, L. N. Cpl 592 FABN/HQ Batt        1945-08-25
Long, Lavern34 272 636Pfc 423 INF/CN CIB, POW, EAME/42-D Combat Infantryman Badge (as 423/CN) 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Long, Oscar A., Jr.34 644 579Sgt 424 INF/GWIACIB, BS, PH  
  1. Bronze Star for heroic achievement in connection with military operations against the enemy 12/17/1944 in Germany.
  2. Purple Heart (as Sgt) 12/24/1944.
   27, 106 INF GO 1945-010, 106 INF GO 1945-021,
Long, Robert20 221 105Pvt607 Light Mortar Crewman106 Recon Cav (Mech) POW
  1. captured at Grosslangenfeld
  2. 9-B
 The quote come from a diary by Paul Thompson. It actually says "We had a Private Long, a mortar man who joined us in Myles Standish...."   1, Ed Strand from MR 12/19/1944,
Long, Robert F.O-449 4101LTSpecial Services424 INF/SVC MERITORIOUS UNIT COMMENDATION Service Company, 424th Infantry Regiment Cited for service from 16 December 1944 to 15 March 1945      77,
Long, Wallace F. Pfc 424 INF/C        10,
Long, William E.O-16 221Lt Col423 CO until 06/05/1944 then Zellars423 INF EAME/4  Forced to surrender during Battle of the Bulge 12/18-20/1944
   43, 44, 47,
Longacre, harry A.36 100 220T/3-SSgt Cadre821 Quartermaster Supply Technician422 INF/L    Fol EM 159th INF trfd in gr to units indicated as Cadre pers to report at Div Reorgn Area 3 Apr 45: EDCMR: 3 Apr 45. Auth: VOCG 15th US Army   SO 66,
Longbottom, John H.O-521 7081LTRegt S-2, Regt S-3, I&E.422 INF/HQ, 422 INF/SVC        1946-08, 1947-03, 1948-12/1949-1 27,
Longenecker, John M. TSgt 422 INF/I CdeG      1947-03, 1950-8/9
Longenicker, John   422 INF/I        1984-12-1985-1/2
Longlord, Charles Sgt 422 INF/SVCMIA KIA 12/1944CIB, PH      1946-09
Longon, Ermine E. Pfc 424 INF/2 BN CMB      1945-08-11
Longworth, John G.31 447 429Pvt 424 INF/C CIB      11, 27,
Longworth, Lawrence M.15 400 731Pvt 423 INF/1 BN/B CIB, POW, EAME/44-B Muhlberg Sachsen Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051   1991-1/2/3, GO 1945-051,
Loniello, Russell Pvt 424 INF/D        11, 22,
Lonning, Stanley N.O-19 281Lt ColAsst Vice Chief of StaffDHQ General Staff Corps    Assistant Vice Chief of Staff, 08/25/1945 GO 1945-060
   GO 1945-066,
Looardo, Patsy J.31 458 542Pfc 424 INF/3 BN CIB      27,
Loomis, Jack E.36 422 009T/4 424 INF/AT CIB      27,
Looney, James M.23 628 711Cpl 423 INF/CN CIB, POW, EAME/4POW camp unknown
 Combat Infantryman Badge (as 423/CN) 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051   27, 62,1992-7/8/9, GO 1945-051,
Loos, Arthur E.31 381 378  422 INF/I CIB, POW, EAME/3
  1. 9-B
  2. POW# 26 722
 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace  http://www.indianamilitary.org/106ID/Photos/Loos-Arthur.jpg1952-12, 1956-11/12, 1957-11/12, 1960-10/11/12, 1962-1/2/3, 1962-10/11, 59, B. Welke 2/2012
Loos, Jerome A.36 645 522Sgt 422 INF/G CIB      27,
Lopacienski, Aloizy S. Pfc 591 FA/SVC        #66 (591 SVC Roster 01/18/1944) by C. Wouters 12/2011
Lopardo, Pasquale J., "Patsy"     EAME/1, PH 08/26/2014  /sharedBy/appLinkName/viewLinkName/fieldName/image/1626186678740_Lopardo-Paquale-2.jpg CUB 2021 April-July
Lopardo, Patsy J.   424 INF/AT   2017 ?CUB returned    CUB 1978-1/2/3, CUB 1985-8/9/10, CUB 11/2017
Lopatkovich, Edward F.35 525 141Pfc 424 INF/F CIB      12,
Lopez, Charlie M.39 249 430Pfc 422 INF/AT CIB      27,
Lopez, Edward nmi36 649 575Pvt SIGNAL MERITORIOUS UNIT COMMENDATION 106th Signal Company Cited for service from 1 February 1945 to 1 April 1945      14, 17, 31,
Lopez, Frederico R.38 558 608Pfc 423 INF/2 BN/G  CIB, EAME/4  

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   27, GO 1945-051,
Lopez, Hugh V.O-1 000 808Capt DHQ AG Postal        1979-10/11/12
Lopez, Monico A.38 057 783T/5 422 INF/Medic CIB      27,
Lopez, Primitivo G.39 144 125Pfc 424 INF/2 BN CIB      27,
Lopez, Richard J. Lt 422 INF         
Lopez, Rosendo P.38 671 480Pfc 423 INF/3 BN/L CIB, POW, EAME/49-B Bad Orb Hessen-Nassau, Prussia 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Lopez, Ruben J.39 718 036  590 FABN CIB, POW9-B Bad Orb Hessen-Nassau, Prussia     57,
Lopez, Victor L.39 580 044Pvt 424 INF CIB, PH  Purple Heart 03/02/1945.
AR

    GO 1945-034,
Lopez, Ygnacio R.39 719 301  590 FABN CIB, POWStalag 2A Neubrandenburg Mecklenberg     57,
Lopinot, Lester E.36 477 685T/5 589 FABN/Batt CMIA 12/16/1944Belgian Fourregerre CUB Vol 8, No 2, 11/1951 Stalag 2A Neubrandenburg Mecklenberg     8,58,
LoPinto, John J.17 082 905  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/3POW camp unknown
 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
LoPresti, John J.32 773 095Sgt 422 INF/I CIB, PHPOW camp unknown
     27, 59,
Lorah, Elwood Sgt 592 FA/C   -4/18/2002    1988-4/5/6, 2002-1/2/3
Lorant, Henry A.36 537 528Pfc 424 INF/3 BN CIB      27,
Lorbati, Albert31 458 888Pvt 423 INF/2 BN/G  CIB, POW, EAME/44-B Muhlberg Sachsen 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Lord, Alton E.31 458 907Pvt 424 INF/2 BN CIB      27,
Lord, Benjamin J.32 342 569Pfc 424 INF/G CIB      27,
Lord, Harry36 435 603  590 FABN CIB, POW4-B Muhlberg Sachsen     57,
Lord, John S.37 125 9271st Sgt 424 INF/2 BN/G EIB, CIB 10/12/1999 Sloan IA
  1. Expert Infantryman's Badge Camp Crier 06/1944,
  2. Combat Infantryman's Badge.
  3. 1946-11, 1994-4/5/6, 2000-4/5/6, Camp Crier 6/16/44,

    CUB 04/2000
Lord, Malcolm E. "Mac"33 563 207SSgt 424 INF/FWIACIB, PH, BS 06/13/2009 Denton MD
  1. He entered the U.S. Army in 1943 and was attached to the 106th Infantry in Europe, becoming a Platoon Sergeant. He was in the Battle of The Bulge, earning a Bronze star and a Purple Heart.
 /sharedBy/appLinkName/viewLinkName/fieldName/image/1511637138931_Lord-Malcom-2.jpghttp://www.indianamilitary.org/106ID/Photos/Lord-MalcolmE.jpgCUB 1951-2/3, CUB 1952-4/5, CUB 2000-4/5/6, 12, Legacy, Star-Democrat, Easton MD 06/14/2009, CUB 10/1999, CUB 04/2000
Lord, Thomas H.33 563 164Cpl 423 INF/3 BN/M CIB, POW, EAME/4POW camp unknown
 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Lore, Michael J.32 657 035T/4 DHQ Ordnance         
Lorenz, Lawrence R.36 567 400Pfc 423 INF/3 BN/HQ COWIACIB, PH, PH/OLC, EAME/4
  1. 4-B,
  2. 4-A Hohnstein, Saxony,
  3. Slaughterhouse 5, Dresden, Germany
living 2013
  • Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051
  • Returned home on Admiral Benson Liberty Ship

   1947-03, 1, Ervin Szpek, Jr. 3/2013, GO 1945-051,
Lorenzen, Robert V.36 680 209Pfc 424 INF/CKIA 12/14/1944CIB, PH 12/14/1944 Plot F Row 4 Grave 31 Henri-Chapelle American Cemetery Hombourg, Belgium May have been first man killed in the division.
   CUB 1946-11, 11, 27, 65, ABMC,
Lorenzo, Albert M.32 819 397  590 FABN CIB, POW4-B Muhlberg Sachsen2013    57, CUB 8-11/2013,
Lorusso, Dominick P.33 589 808  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/3POW camp unknown
 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
LoSavio, Nicholas J.32 827 731Pvt 422 INF/BKIA 12/16/1944CIB, PH LX B-5-4    1946-09, 13, 53, 65, ABMC, 102,
Losaw, William        newspaper article home   Franklin Evening Star, 02/15/1946
Losey, Walter F.37 737 252  422 INFWIACIB, PH, PH/OLC
  1. German Aid Station, Schonberg.
  2. 9-B,
  3. 11-B
  4. Work Camps
deceased 2011    1998-10/11/12 59,
Losh, John H.O-1 176 413LT 590 FABNKIA 04/05/1945CIB, POW9-B Bad Orb Hessen-Nassau, PrussiaLO K-49-19 He survived several torturous months as a prisoner until he was temporarily liberated during the Hammelburg Raid. He was recaptured and shipped out to another camp. Passing thru the Nuremberg rail yards he was killed in the British air raid.
   1, 57, 65, ABMC,"Red Legs of the Bulge",
Lothrop, Oliver A., Jr.11 120 274Pvt 423 INF/1 BN/B CIB, POW, EAME/44-B Muhlberg Sachsen2008Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051   62, 1947-01-02, 1947-03, 1948-10/11, 1952-6/7, 1954-10/11, 1956-11/12, 1957-11/12, 1958-09-10-V15#1, 1960-10/11/12, 1985-8/9/10, 27, GO 1945-051,
Lott, John R.35 720 797T/5 424 INF/SVC CIB, MERITORIOUS UNIT COMMENDATION Service Company, 424th Infantry Regiment Cited for service from 16 December 1944 to 15 March 1945      27,
Louderback, Eugene W.35 556 517Pfc 422 INF/B CIB      27,
Loudermilk, Teddy L.37 039 615SSgt 423 INF/1 BN/B CIB, POW, EAME/412-A, 
4-B, 
8-A
12/03/2003Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051   62, 1988-4/5/6, 1989-10/11/12, 2004-1/2/3, GO 1945-051,
Loudin, Lawrence L. Pfc 423 INF/3 BN Maneuver LM, EAME/4  Maneuver Legion of Merit 02/26/1944

As member of artillery forward observer party, displayed unusual ability and devotion to duty. While with the 423/3 BN the leader of the party became a casualty. For 2 days, 23 & 24 February without supervision Himberg & Loudin assumed duties and continued to acquire and report valuable information concerning the enemy.
   1944-03-10, GO 1944-M-002,
Loudon, Lawrence   592 FABNWIA 1st day of Bulge fighting.PH  Germans laughed as he and friend Jack Roberts fell thru the ice causing their boots to fill with icy water.
  http://www.indianamilitary.org/106ID/Photos/Loudon-Lawrence.jpg "Red Legs of the Bulge",
Lough, Emmet F. Pvt 424 INF/C        10,
Loughlin, Jerry F.            1996-10/11/12
Loughlin, John J.12 202 244Pfc 424 INF/1 BN CIB      27,
Loughlin, John J. Jr.31 458 693  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/39-B 
POW# 23 822
 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59, 67 by B. Welke 2/2012,
Loughran, John J.33 307 903T/4 DHQ AG Postal         
Lounsbury, Irven G.39 125 025Pvt345 truck Driver Lt Truck106 Recon Cav (Mech)  
  1. captured at Grosslangenfeld
  2. Camp not recorded
      Ed Strand from MR 12/19/1944,
Loupe, Louis J.34 155 446SSgt 424 INF/C CIB      11, 27,
Love, Daniel W.   422 INF/K        1989-7/8/9 55,
Love, Ebenezer P.   422 INF/HQ I & R        1995-4/5/6
Love, Hubert C. Cpl 424 INF/AT        1952-8/9
Love, Lucian O.35 039 131PvtAmbulance driver331 Medical BN/D 331st Medical Battalion Cited for service from 12 December 1944 to 12 February 1945   Only proof of being in 106th is a Ration Card 1945.
   GGrandson via C. Baesman 06/21/2018
Love, Robert E., Jr.34 724 808  423 INF/K/MedicWIA 01/13/1945CIB, PH, PH/OLC, EAME/49-B Bad Orb Hessen-Nassau, Prussia07/29/1998    1987-11/12-1988-1, 1996-10/11/12,1999-10/11/12
Love, Robert F.   423 INF/Medic EAME/4      1989-7/8/9
Lovejoy, Leonard L.36 477 629  590 FABN/Batt C CIB, POW
  1. 4-B.
  2. Escaped from a work detail,
  3. recaptured
  4. escaped again
     1977-7/8/9, 1989-7/8/9 57,
Loveless, John T., Jr33 722 521Cpl 422 INF/HQ PH, CIB, OGL-Gold 19669-B Bad Orb Hessen-Nassau, Prussia02/13/1978 Dickeyvile MDnewspaper article death notice   59, CUB 1948-6/7, CUB 1956-11/12, CUB 1957-11/12, CUB 1960-10/11/12, CUB 1962-8/9, 1978-4/5/6 , CUB 1994-1/2/3, Baltimore Sun, Baltimore MD 02/15/1978
Lovell, Clarence W.       10/26/2004  /sharedBy/appLinkName/viewLinkName/fieldName/image/1642711739040_Lovell-ClarenceW-2.jpg Obit
Lovell, Joseph E.33 850 182  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/39-B Bad Orb Hessen-Nassau, Prussia 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Lovett, Sherman15 091 145Pfc DHQ G-5         
Lovett, Stanley L.32 270 739TSgt 424 INF/L CIB, BS  Bronze Star for heroic achievement in connection with military operations against the enemy 12/28/1944 in Belgium.
NJ

   27, GO 1945-036,
Lovisa, Joseph B.36 306 466Pfc 423 INF/2 BN/H CIB, POW, EAME/49-B Bad Orb Hessen-Nassau, Prussia 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Low, James B.37 552 532T/5 SIGNAL MERITORIOUS UNIT COMMENDATION 106th Signal Company Cited for service from 1 February 1945 to 1 April 1945      14, 17, 31,
Low, Melvin H.20 725 023Pfc 423 INF/3 BN/M CIB, POW, EAME/4POW camp unknown
 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Low, Werner A. Pvt 424 INF/C        10,
Lowe, Charles B. "Chick"16 189 033Pfc 423 INF/1 BN/C2 WIACIB, EAME/4, PH, PH/OLCPOW camp unknown
11/21/2018 Madison
  1. Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051.
  2. He served in the ArmyInfantry during WWII, fought in The Battle of The Bulge, became a POW, andreceived two purple hearts
   27, GO 1945-051, Obit from W. Dunn
Lowe, Charlie L., Sr.34 964 918Pfc 423 INF/2 BN/F CIB, POW, EAME/44-B Muhlberg Sachsen 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Lowe, Ellery L.37 523 077Pfc 423 INF/3 BN/L CIB, POW, EAME/411-B 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Lowe, Harry F, III14 115 335SSgt821 Quartermaster Supply Technician590 FABN    

Fol EM 3d Inf trfd in gr to units indicated as Cadre pers to report at Div Reorgn Area 3 Apr 45: EDCMR: 3 Apr 45. Auth VOCG 15th US Army. SO 66 03/31/1945

   SO 66,
Lowe, John W. Pfc 424 INF/3 BN/L        63,
Lowe, Kenneth            The Capital Times (Madison, Wisconsin) 31 Mar 1945, Sat Page 2 (WGD)
Lowe, Loyal D.39 156 909T/5511 Armorer422 INF/3 BN/HQ    Fol EM 159th INF trfd in gr to units indicated as Cadre pers to report at Div Reorgn Area 3 Apr 45: EDCMR: 3 Apr 45. Auth: VOCG 15th US Army   SO 66,
Lowe, Malcolm C.O-528 4781LT 423 INF/1 BN/CMIA, KIA 03/27/1945CIB (POW), PH, EAME/4
  1. 13-B
  2. POW # 25 529
Birth unknown Death 27 Mar 1945 Burial Lorraine American Cemetery and Memorial Saint-Avold, Departement de la Moselle, Lorraine, France LO G-6-9 Combat Infantry Badge (Prisoner of War) 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051   ABMC, 1, 61, 62, B. Welke 10/2011, GO 1945-051, FAG 56657773
Lowe, Tunis R.32 772 027Sgt 423 INF/3 BN/L CIB, POW, EAME/411-B 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Lowe, William C.36 417 376Pfc 422 INF/SVC CIB      27,
Lowell, Paul V.W-2 127 853  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/34-B Muhlberg Sachsen 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Lowenberg, Howard33 716 372Pfc 423 INF/2 BN/E  CIB, POW, EAME/44-B Muhlberg Sachsen04/27/2019 Penn Hills PACombat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051 /sharedBy/appLinkName/viewLinkName/fieldName/image/1585488820202_Lowenberg-Howard_423E.jpg 27, 62, CUB 1988-10/11/12, GO 1945-051, USAHEC, CUB 76-1, 12/2019-03/2020
Lowery, Charles "Chuck" L., Jr. SgtSquad Leader424 INF/IWIAGC, Am Defense, EAME/3, PH d. 13 Nov 2010newspaper article at home   Discussion Board 09/30/2007, News, Frederick MD 12/05/1945
Lowery, James W.34 109 479Cpl DHQ Finance Section         
Lowery, John F.36 781 840Pfc 423 INF/3 BN/K CIB, POW, EAME/44-B Muhlberg Sachsen 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Lowery, Thomas M., III34 546 183T/5 423 INF/2 BN/HWIACIB, PH, PH/OLC, EAME/4
  1. 4-B,
  2. 8-A
  3. Moosberg,
  4. 11-B
 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   27, 62, 1947-09, 1978-4/5/6, GO 1945-051,
Lowery, William E.35 462 740  590 FABN CIB, POW4-B Muhlberg Sachsen     57,
Lowing, Howard L.36 649 990Pvt SIGNAL MERITORIOUS UNIT COMMENDATION 106th Signal Company Cited for service from 1 February 1945 to 1 April 1945      14, 31,
Lowith, Allen L.39 574 373Pfc 423 INF/CN CIB, POW, EAME/4
  1. 3-A
  2. work camps
2000Combat Infantryman Badge (as 423/CN) 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

Have many of the Kregie POW pictures and records from 12-A at Limburg that I "borrowed" from the commander's office files during the excitement. CUB 1954-10-11-V11#2. Died 2000 - Family says they don't have them.
   62, 1954-10/11,1956-11/12, 1957-11/12, 1960-10/11/12, 1962-1/2/3, 1966-4/5/6, 1967-2/3/4, 1978-4/5/6, 1986-3/4/5/6, 27, GO 1945-051,
Lowman, Robert H.33 673 764Sgt 15th AFMIA       1,
Lowry, Ira L.39 602 780T/5-T/4 Cadre060 Cook423 INF/B EAME/4  Fol EM 159th INF trfd in gr to units indicated as Cadre pers to report at Div Reorgn Area 3 Apr 45: EDCMR: 3 Apr 45. Auth: VOCG 15th US Army   SO 66,
Lowry, Kenneth W.33 434 098  423 INF CIB, POW, EAME/44-B Muhlberg Sachsen     62,
Lowther, Robert S.O-353 428Capt DHQ IG Section CIB, BS  Bronze Star for meritorious service in connection with operations against the enemy 11/17/1944 to 05/08/1945 in England, Belgium, France and Germany. GO 1945-060
VA
   1946-08, 1950-8/9, GO 1945-060,
Loy, Joe Y. Pfc DHQ        1946-11
Lozo, John F.36 458 501T/5 423 INF/CN CIB, POW, EAME/4
  1. 12-A
  2. 9-B
 Combat Infantryman Badge (as 423/CN) 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Lozon, Robert L.O-1 326 2882LT 423 INF/3 BN/K CIB, POW, EAME/4
  1. 13-B Weiden Bavaria
  2. POW # 25 147
Birth 15 Aug 1915 Death 12 Nov 2000 (aged 85) Burial Lakewood Park Cemetery Rocky River, Cuyahoga County, Ohio, USA

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

/sharedBy/appLinkName/viewLinkName/fieldName/image/1549818437316_Lozon-RobertL.jpg  27, 62, GO 1945-051, FAG 157832263
Luanarz, John (Spelling last name ?)42 085 144Pfc 12/01/1944 Co. Order #9 424 INF/G        15,
Lubasewski, Leo J. SSgt 424 INFWIA 12/19/1944 Belgium   newspaper article   Edinburg Daily Courier, Edinburg IN 01/22/1945
Lubbers, Henry C.37 037 151PfcMedic331 Medical BN CMB 09/05/1944, MERITORIOUS UNIT COMMENDATION 331st Medical Battalion Cited for service from 12 December 1944 to 12 February 1945  Combat Medical Badge GO 1945-076   33, GO 1945-076,
Lubke, Charles A.35 903 150Pfc 422 INF/HQKIA 02/15/1945 in POW camp in GermanyPH, CIB, BS (Posthumous)
  1. 4-B Mulberg
  2. Died as a POW
02/15/1945 LO E-46-22 near Zies Germany
  1. Bronze Star (Posthumous) WD GO 1946-057.
  2. PFC Charles A, Lubke distinguished himself by heroic achievement on 19 December 1944 by volunteering to participate in a motorized patrol of the 422nd INF REGT near Halenfield, Germany. By doing this he prevented an enemy ambush, saved the lives of many of their comrades by his unselfish conduct and disregard for his own safety.
   CUB 1946-11, 013, 053, WD GO CUB 1946-057, 065, ABMC, 102, NARA
Lubovich, Marco M.37 561 255PfcMedic331 Medical BN CMB, 331st Medical Battalion Cited for service from 12 December 1944 to 12 February 1945  Combat Medical Badge 06/24/1945 GO 1945-045,

01/06/1945 - placed on detached service with the Medical Detachment of the 424th Infantry.
   30, GO 1945-045,
Lucarelli, Wilson39 170 347Pfc 424 INF/K CIB      27,
Lucas, Charles J.36 739 246T/5776 Radio Oper L.S.106 Recon Cav (Mech)  
  1. captured at Grosslangenfeld
  2. Camp not recorded
      Ed Strand from MR 12/19/1944, diary
Lucas, Maurice C.36 014 963PfcMedic331 Medical BN CMB 09/05/1944, 331st Medical Battalion Cited for service from 12 December 1944 to 12 February 1945   Combat Medical Badge GO 1945-076   33, GO 1945-076,
Lucas, Nicholas32 771 722  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/34-B Muhlberg Sachsen 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Lucas, Robert E.35 293 282Pfc 423 INF/2 BN/F CIB, POW, EAME/44-B Muhlberg Sachsen 

  1. Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051
  2. newspaper article now a prisoner in Germany

   27, 62, GO 1945-051, Times Recorder, Zanesville OH 04/07/1945
Lucas, Robert F.   423 INF/F EAME/4  423 INF/F/3d Platoon awarded Distinguished Unit Citation for Action at St. Vith, Belgium from 12/17 to 12/23/1944 CUB Vol 8, No. 2. (members of this Platoon unknown)   1992-7/8/9
Lucas, William C. Pvt 424 INF/C        10,
Lucas, William F.36 775 231Pfc 424 INF/L CIB      27,
Lucas, William H.   422 INF/CN   06/30/1996    1992-10/11/12, 1996-10/11/12
Lucas, William H., Jr.32 770 112  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/39-B Bad Orb Hessen-Nassau, Prussia 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Lucchese, Francis F.33 589 584Cpl 590 FA/LMIACIB, POW4-B Muhlberg Sachsen     1, 57,
Luce, Harry H.35 311 952SSgt 424 INF/HQ EIB 8/4/44, CIB      27, Camp Crier 8/4/44,
Luce, Hubert B.31 400 334  590 FABN CIB, POW9-B Bad Orb Hessen-Nassau, Prussia     57,
Lucero, Adolpho S.38 583 569Pfc 424 INF/B CIB      27,
Lucero, Isaac A. "Half Pint"38 070 950  422 INF/A CIB, POW, EAME/34-B Muhlberg Sachsen 
  1. Isaac Lucero wrote from New Mexico. He reminded me that he used to be called “Half Pint” in the 106th. I remember Isaac very well. He was a good soldier, though he was so short that the butt of a BAR would nearly drag the ground when he carried it. “First I was a BAR man and then I was a scout,” he said in his letter. “I was the only Spanish guy in the outfit.”
  2. 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace
   CUB 1988-4/5/6, 59, Cub In Review
Luchini, George W.11 051 145T/4 422 INF/SVC CIB     http://www.indianamilitary.org/106ID/Photos/Luchini-George.jpg27,
Luchsinger, Louis P., Jr.32 773 577Pvt SIGNAL MERITORIOUS UNIT COMMENDATION 106th Signal Company Cited for service from 1 February 1945 to 1 April 1945      14, 17, 31,
Luchsrnger, L. P., Jr.32 773 577  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/34-B Muhlberg Sachsen 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Lucia, Anthony31 409 299Pvt 424 INF/M CIB      27,
Lucius, Lawrence L.35 333 175Pfc 424 INF/SVC CIB, MERITORIOUS UNIT COMMENDATION Service Company, 424th Infantry Regiment Cited for service from 16 December 1944 to 15 March 1945      27,
Luck, Earl KarlO-1 313 6231LT 422 INF/AKIA as POWCIB, POW, EAME/3
  1. 13-D 
  2. Oflag 73
LO F-5-27422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace  /sharedBy/appLinkName/viewLinkName/fieldName/image/1576697657548_Luck-EarlK-422A-13D-Oflag73.jpg59, ABMC, 1946-09, 13, 53, 65, 102, "Cub in Review"
Lucker, Roger A.36 478 196  81 ENG (C) CIB, POW
  1. captured 12/16/1944
  2. 9-B
  3. POW# 23 722
  4. liberated 04/02/1945
 Interviewed by Joseph Pulitzer, editor of Post Dispatch   B. Welke 1/2012, Alton Evening Telegraph, Alton IL 05/21/1945, 067
Luckie, Cecil W.38 682 833  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/3
  1. 9-B
  2. POW# 23 807
 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59, 67 by B. Welke 2/2012,
Lucsay, William36 740 143Sgt 423 INF/1 BN/B CIB, POW, EAME/44-B Muhlberg Sachsen02/06/1994Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051   1972-7/8/9, 1975-4/5/6, 1978-1/2/3, 1985-8/9/10, 1985-3/4/5/6/7, 27, GO 1945-051,
Lucy, Robert, Jr.11 129 300Pfc 423 INF/3 BN/HQ CO CIB, POW, EAME/44-B Muhlberg Sachsen 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Lucyn, John Pvt 424 INF/G        1944-06-15
Ludington, John S. Cpl          1947-03
Ludlum, Edgar34 854 885Pfc 424 INF/L CIB      27,
Ludowitz, Carl F.37 282 025Pfc 424 INF/D CIB      27, 54,
Ludvigson, Francis L.37 571 278Pfc 424 INF/B CIB      27,
Ludwig, Milton J.32 833 849Pfc 424 INF/KWIA 01/13/1945 Warene Belgium by landmineCIB, PH  Pfc Milton J. Ludwig tells us he was wounded 13 January 1945, Warene, Belgium by a landmine and evacuated to rear. Received eye injury, powder burns, and lacerations of face. Spent three months in hospital overseas and then returned to limited service in France. Returned to U.S. 31 January 1946 and hospitalized for further treatment of face until discharged 30 August 1946.   CUB 1946-10, CUB 1949-12-1950-1, CUB 1950-2/3 27, Cub In Review
Luebke, Elmer C.   106 ENG (C)   cir 07/01/2002    Legacy
Luebs, Robert L.17 096 407Pfc 424 INF/E CIB      27,
Luedke, George E.O-1 048 4741LT 424 INF/K CIB      27,
Luehrs, Howard H., Jr.33 713 729T/5 422 INF/SVC CIB      27,
Luesay, William B.     CIB, POW4-B Muhlberg Sachsen     1991-1/2/3
Luggiero, Anthony R/A.32 772 951SSgt 423 INF/AT CIB, POW, EAME/4Stalag 3-B Furstenberg Brandenburg, Prussia  Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Luis, Conrad B.20 738 061T/4Medic331 Medical BN CMB 09/05/1944, MERITORIOUS UNIT COMMENDATION 331st Medical Battalion Cited for service from 12 December 1944 to 12 February 1945  Combat Medical Badge GO 1945-076   33, GO 1945-076,
Lujowiak, Joseph             
Luka, Daniel36 511 741TSgt 422 INF/AT CIB, PH4-B Muhlberg Sachsen     27, 59,
Lukas, Alfred E.32 979 576  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/34-B Muhlberg Sachsen 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Lukas, Andy32 922 936  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/3
  1. 9-B
  2. POW# 26 164
 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59, B. Welke 2/2012
Lukas, Roger A.   81 ENG (C)    81st Engineer Combat Battalion Cited for Action in Germany from 12/16 to 12/23/1944   7,
Lukashok, Alvin12 123 475Sgt 424 INF/2 BN/H EIB Camp Crier 06/16/1944, CIB 06/20/2011 New York NYAlvin was a veteran of theBattle of the Bulge    CUB 1946-09, CUB 1949-10/11, 1956-11/12, CUB 1958-2/3, CUB 2009-5/8, 23, Camp Crier 06/16/1944, Obit from W. Dunn
Luke, Arthur33 323 248SSgt SIGNAL MERITORIOUS UNIT COMMENDATION 106th Signal Company Cited for service from 1 February 1945 to 1 April 1945      14, 17, 31,
Luke, S. SSgt SIGNAL MERITORIOUS UNIT COMMENDATION 106th Signal Company Cited for service from 1 February 1945 to 1 April 1945      16,
Lukezich, Edward C.36 456 802Sgt 589 FABN/Batt BMIA 12/17/1944Belgian Fourregerre CUB Vol 8, No 2, 11/1951 1944-12-17     8,58,
Lukowiak, Joseph M.32 771 238SSgt 591 FABN Citation Exceptional Accomplishment 01/07/1944  Citation Exceptional Accomplishments. While engaged in "D" Exercises, 106th Division, he supervised the laying of wire through adverse weather conditions. Wire was serviced and communications were maintained. When he discovered other wires were being cut by heavy traffic, in the cover of darkness, he strung wire overhead at both stream crossings. By 1045, 12/29/1943, he had not only installed a forward switching central within 1000 yards of the front lines and maintained a wire head one ridge behind the front line.
   90, 1965-2/3/4, 1965-5/6/74, GO 1944-002, Republic 01/18/1945
Lulla, Domenick35 271 759Cpl 422 INF/K CIB      27,
Lund, Clement S.39 285 316T/4 423 INF/HQ  CIB, POW, EAME/44-B Muhlberg Sachsen Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Lundell, Donald D.37 692 097  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/3POW camp unknown
 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Lundholm, Robert E.36 456 371T/4Medic331 Medical BN CMB, 331st Medical Battalion Cited for service from 12 December 1944 to 12 February 1945  Combat Medical Badge GO 1945-076   33, GO 1945-076,
Lundin, William H.42 036 134  423 INF CIB, POW, EAME/44-B Muhlberg Sachsen     62,
Lundquist, Merlin M.37 585 435Pfc 423 INF/1 BN/C CIB, POW, EAME/44-B Muhlberg Sachsen Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Lundy, Hope E.33 849 809  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/34-B Muhlberg Sachsen 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Lundy, Robert A., Rev.O-Chaplain - CaptChaplain423 INF CIB, POW, EAME/4
  1. POW.
  2.  Liberated 04/13/1945
     1946-10, 1946-11,1947-01-02,1947-03, 1950-12-1951-1, 1954-1/2
Lunsford, Gordon F.37 145 364Pfc 423 INF/1 BN/A CIB, POW, EAME/4POW camp unknown
 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Luoma, Edwin O.37 327 488 Mail Clerk422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/3
  1. 12/19/1944
  2. 9-B,
  3. I9-A
 
  1. Edwin completed basic training at Camp Roberts, CA, and then spent time in the Army Specialized Training Program (ATSP) in Cincinnati, OH. When this program was disbanded, Edwin was sent to the 106th Infantry Division, made a mail clerk, and assigned to Headquarters Company of the 422rd Regiment. Edwin spent the next 106 days as a POW in Germany, at camps in Bad Orb and Ziegenheim, Germany. Conditions steadily worsened, and hunger and neglect claimed lives. Edwin was finally liberated when advancing US troops overran Ziegenheim on 30 March 1945. He was moved to a field evacuation hospital, then in early May 1945 shipped to the US; he spent the time until his discharge in December 1945 at several stateside medical facilities.
  2. 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace
   59, Thomas Saylor - Concordia U., St Paul,
Luoma, William V. SSgt 81 ENG (C)/A CIB, POW
  1. captured 12/19/1944
  2. 9-A,
  3. 9-B
 newspaper article    CUB 1946-12, Wakefield News, Wakefield MI 06/01/1945
Lupo, Kendall H.20 402 172  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/34-B Muhlberg Sachsen 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Lupo, Kenneth H. Sgt 422 INF/D        1979-4/5/6
Lupo, Wendell H. Sgt 423 INFMIAEAME/4      1,
Luscinski, Myron R.31 030 569  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/34-B Muhlberg Sachsen 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Luscombe, Harry C.31 459 047Pfc 424 INF/2 BN CIB      1988-2/3,1998-10/11/12 27,
Lusk, James V.18 147 493Sgt 424 INF/L CIB      27,
Lusk, Jesse M.38 507 751  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/34-B Muhlberg Sachsen 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Lussier, John C.39 556 810T/4 424 INF/1 BNWIACIB, PH 12/27/1944  Purple Heart12/27/1944
CA
   27, GO 1945-002,
Lustgarten, Marvin16 146 866PfcPhone Operator424 INF/1 BN, 423 INF/3 BN/HQ Co CIB, POW, EAME/44-B Muhlberg Sachsen 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   27, 62, 5/5/1944, GO 1945-051,
Luther, Calvin Billy33 652 610Pfc 589 FABN/Batt BMIA 12/23/1944 WIA PH POW, Belgian Fourregerre CUB Vol 8, No 2, 11/1951 Stalag 13-C
Limburg
     8,
Luther, James G.33 847 036Pfc 424 INF/1 BN CIB      27,
Luther, John P.20 318 928T/4Medic331 Medical BN CMB 09/05/1944, MERITORIOUS UNIT COMMENDATION 331st Medical Battalion Cited for service from 12 December 1944 to 12 February 1945  Combat Medical Badge GO 1945-076   33, GO 1945-076,
Lutter, Edward R.33 776 993Cpl 424 INF/EKIA 07/14/1945CIB, PH 07/14/1945 Plot A Row 26 Grave 33 Lorraine American Cemetery St Avold, France     27, ABMC,
Lutterell, John D.36 649 240T/4 423 INF/K CIB, EAME/4      27,
Luttrell, John D.36 649 240  423 INF/3 BN/K CIB, POW, EAME/4POW camp unknown
 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   62, GO 1945-051,
Lutz, Richard Andrew SgtMortar Section424 INF/I/Weapons Plt         424/I 1943 Christmas Menu, Discussion Brd 12/20/2009,
Lutzky, Albert   81 ENG (C)    81st Engineer Combat Battalion Cited for Action in Germany from 12/16 to 12/23/1944   7,
Lux, John C. T/5 QM MERITORIOUS UNIT COMMENDATION 106th Quartermaster Company Cited for service from 1 December 1944 to 29 January 1945
  1. Stalag 12A
  2. 9B Limburg An Der Lahn Hessen-Nassau, Prussia
     1947-01-02
Luz, Harry F.20 901 769Pvt 424 INF/1 BNWIACIB, PH      27,
Luzzie, Edward L.O-Capt 590 FABN/HQ BattWIACIB, POW
  1. 9-B,
  2. 8-B
07/31/1999Lost a leg during the British air raid on Nuremburg rail yards.
  http://www.indianamilitary.org/106ID/Photos/Luzzie-EdwardL.jpg56-01-37, "Red Legs of the Bulge",
Lydick, Hibbs M.35 061 357  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/34-B Muhlberg Sachsen 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Lydon, Pat   422 INF/K        1953-12
Lydon, Patrick L.42 108 213Pfc 422 INF/K CIB, POW, EAME/39-B Bad Orb Hessen-Nassau, Prussia 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   55,59,
Lyle, Thomas             
Lyle, unk TSgt  MIA       1,
Lyman, Donald R.11 110 218Pfc 422 INF/K CIB, POW, EAME/34-B Muhlberg Sachsen 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   55,59,
Lynas, Llewellyn31 329 288Sgt 424 INF/1 BN CIB      27,
Lynch, Cecil R.33 273 014SSgt 422 INF/M CIB, POW, EAME/3POW camp unknown
 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   27,
Lynch, Cornelius M.31 304 555Pfc 422 INF/G CIB      27,
Lynch, James F.38 211 340T/5060 Cook422 INF/E    Fol EM 159th INF trfd in gr to units indicated as Cadre pers to report at Div Reorgn Area 3 Apr 45: EDCMR: 3 Apr 45. Auth: VOCG 15th US Army   SO 66,
Lynch, James T.O-1LT 589 FA/HQ, 589 FA/A, 589 FA/B, Div Arty Belgian Fourregerre CUB Vol 8, No 2, 11/1951       1946-11
Lynch, John J.42 061 650Pvt 422 INF/I, 423 INF/1 BN/D CIB, POW, EAME/44-B Muhlberg Sachsen 
  1. Combat Infantryman Badge (as 423/1 BN/D) 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051.
  2. 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace
   27, 62, 1984-12-1985-1/2, GO 1945-051,
Lynch, Joseph E., Jr.31 303 823Cpl761 Scout106 Recon Cav (Mech)DIA from starvation as POW, date unk 
  1. 4-B
  2. 8-A Gorlitz
  3. Moved to Moosburg Murenberg
  4. Silesia 51-15
  5. Died of dysentery and starvation on the death march to Brunswick. source: eyewitness Sgt Roy Mechling map and diary.
 
  1. William Borst diary & map.
  2. NARA.
  3. Ed Strand 07/2015
  /sharedBy/appLinkName/viewLinkName/fieldName/image/1456338336005_Lynci-Joe.jpgWilliam Borst diary & map, NARA, Ed Strand 07/2015, 02/2016,
Lynch, Joseph F.36 648 345SSgtMedic331 Medical BNMIACMB, 331st Medical Battalion Cited for service from 12 December 1944 to 12 February 1945  
  • Combat Medical Badge GO 1945-076
  • Mentioned in 331/C Unit History.
  • Ed Christianson 7/2007 - Jim, These are the names of men of the 331st/C who autographed the 106th Big Picture Books of Ray Cole and myself.
   1, 33, GO 1945-076,
Lynch, Leland S.35 581 793Sgt 424 INF/H CIB      27,
Lynch, Mac T/5          2009-5/8,
Lynch, William M.32 679 338Sgt 820 TD BN CIB, BS  Bronze Star for gallantry in action, 12/20/1944 in Belgium.
NY

   GO 1945-012,
Lynn, John N.16 015 786SSgt 423 INF/3 BN/K CIB, POW, EAME/4POW camp unknown
 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Lynott, Edward M.32 207 350Pfc 422 INF/2 BN CIB      27,
Lyon, Hugh R.33 434 082Pfc SIGNAL MERITORIOUS UNIT COMMENDATION 106th Signal Company Cited for service from 1 February 1945 to 1 April 1945      14, 31,
Lyon, Jobe E.35 074 155Pfc 422 INF/GKIA Died as a POWCIB, POW, EAME/3
  1. 4-B Muhlberg
  2. Died as a POW
12/16/1944422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   CUB 1947-09, 59, 65, NARA
Lyon, Lawrence B., Jr.38 629 946Pfc 424 INF/E CIB      27,
Lyon, Noel39 469 152Pfc 424 INF/D CIB      1998-1/2/3 27,
Lyon, Robert E.39 578 819Pvt 423 INF/2 BN/F CIB, POW, EAME/44-B Muhlberg Sachsen 

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Lyons, James O.O-1 307 7191LT 423 INF/3 BN/L CIB, EAME/4  

Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051

  /sharedBy/appLinkName/viewLinkName/fieldName/image/1475156504620_O_Boyle-James.jpgGO 1945-051,
Lyons, Melvin R.31 221 327Pvt 589 FABN/Batt A Belgian Fourregerre CUB Vol 8, No 2, 11/1951       8,
Lyons, Robert N.18 188 541Pfc 424 INF/HQ CIB      1989-7/8/9, 1998-1/2/3, 1998-7/8/9 27,
Lytwyn, John J.12 020 161SSgt 424 INF/K CIB      27,
Updated: 08/30/2022 15:05