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
Yacupchina, Andrew Cpl 424 INF/D        11, 22,
Yagura, Katsumi   Attached unknown unit        USAHEC
Yakovich, James35 247 068  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/3POW camp unknown
 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Yakubik, John A.33 464 903Cpl 424 INF/2 BN/HQ EIB CC 6/44, CIB      CUB 1947-01-02, CUB 1950-10/11, Camp Crier 6/16/44,
Yakuochina, Andrew G.33 464 886SSgt 424 INF/D CIB,GC 10/07/1944, BS  Bronze Star (as Cpl) for meritorious service in connection with military operations against the enemy from 01/13/1945 in Belgium. PA
   1994-10/11/12, 11, 24, 54, 239,
Yakupchina, Andrew G.33 464 886SSgt 424 INFWIACIB, PH, GC 10/07/1944, BS   Purple Heart (as Sgt) 01/13/1945. GO 1945-021

Bronze Star (as Cpl) for heroic achievement in connection with military operations against the enemy 10/13/1945 in Belgium. GO 1945-039,
PA


    GO 1945-021, GO 1945-039,
Yamazaki, James N.O-429 5521LT MCBN Surgeon590 FABN/HQ Medic CMB, PH
  1. POW camp unknown
  2. Hammelburg, Germany
  3. Mousseberg, Germany
  4. Total POW 6 months
 
  1. Combat Medical Badge GO 1945-076.
  2. Discrimination:Chicago Daily News. American citizens of Japanese ancestry have encountered racial discrimination in Japan. Barred from Australian clubs.

   CUB 1977-1/2/3, 33, 57, 68, GO 1945-076, diary
Yanalitis, Anthony "Yank"   424 INF/D        1998-1/2/3
Yanchik, Peter33 714 802Pfc 423 INF/1 BN/A CIB, POW, EAME/49-B Bad Orb Hessen-Nassau, Prussia 

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

   1985-8/9/10, 1988-2/3, 62, GO 1945-051,
Yankolovits, Robert A.32 795 611Pvt SIGNAL MERITORIOUS UNIT COMMENDATION 106th Signal Company Cited for service from 1 February 1945 to 1 April 1945      14, 17, 31,
Yannucci, Dominic R.42 054 235Pfc 424 INF/L CIB      1947-03
Yanulaitis, Anthony M. "Yank"33 589 690/O-2 005 570SSgt/2LT/Capt 424 INF/D CIB, GC 10/07/1944, BS 01/13/1945 07/16/1998 Pottsville PABronze Star (as SSgt) for meritorious service in connection with military operations against the enemy on 12/16/1944 to 01/13/1945 in Belgium and Germany. PA
   11, 22, 24, 220, CUB 10/1998
Yanwleuich, Charles36 958 657  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/34-B Muhlberg Sachsen 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Yap, Albert T. C.30 101 625T/5 424 INF/AT CIB      27,
Yarberry, Archie H.38 662 501Pfc 423 INF/1 BN/B CIB, POW, EAME/4
  1. 9-B 
  2. POW # 26 379
 Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051   27, 62, B. Welke 2/2012, GO 1945-051,
Yarborough, James M.34 724 526  590 FABN CIB, POWPOW camp unknown
     57,
Yarborough, Richard L. "Dick"       01/08/2015 Anderson, SC    Legacy
Yarbrough, Lonnie S.39 323 695  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/39-B Bad Orb Hessen-Nassau, Prussia 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Yarnall, Ernest A.36 812 104            
Yarnall, Jessie P.33 686 472PvtMedic331 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,
Yarnell, Ernest A.36 812 104Sgt 424 INF/H CIB 1967 cir. Killed with wife and 3 sons when his pickup crashed into a train in Wisconsin    1961-10/11/12, 23, CUB 1967-Feb/Mar/Apr
Yarnell, Gene O.O-2LTAsst S-1424 INF/HQ & HQ, 424 INF/D        11, 22, 77,
Yates, Charles D. Pfc 424 INF/3 BN/L        63,
Yates, George F.31 329 256PfcMedic331 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,
Yatteau, John A.32 871 489T/5 424 INF/HQ CIB      1946-12, 1995-10/11/12 23,
Yavorski, Andrew33 301 915  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/3POW camp unknown
 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Yearout, Jay F.   423 INF/SVC EAME/4      1987-11/12-1988-1
Yeaton, Alvin A., Jr.   422 INF/K   5/27/2008 Gorham NH    CUB 1975-4/5/6, CUB 2009-5/8, Legacy
Yelchan, Albert M.             
Yelovcan, Albert M.33 431 356T/5 422 INF/Hq CIB, PHPOW camp unknown
1/31/2011    27, 59, 1988-2/3, Cub 1-4/2011,
Yenlin, Sebastian D.31 459 198  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/39-B Bad Orb Hessen-Nassau, Prussia 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Yensel, Harvey35 899 252Pfc 423 INF/3 BN/K CIB, EAME/4  

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

   1988-7/8/9, GO 1945-051,
Yetmar, Eugene   424 INF/A        1,
Yharra, Luis B.38 559 011Pfc 424 INF/L CIB      27,
Yikak, Donald P.35 273 136T/4 Special Troops CMB  Combat Medical Badge GO 1945-076   33, GO 1945-076,
Yingst, William James33 561 996Pfc 423 INF/1 BN/D CIB, POW, EAME/4
  1. 4-B, 
  2. 4-D
12/5/2010

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

   1947-03, 1989-10/11/12, 62, Cub 1-4/2011, GO 1945-051,
Ylen, Peter E.36 456 342  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/34-B Muhlberg Sachsen 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Ylon, Peter E. Pvt. 422 INF/K        55,
Yobst, Joseph J.36 171 273  590 FABN CIB, POW9-B Bad Orb Hessen-Nassau, Prussia     57,
Yochum, Roy O.37 605 564T/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 01/01/1945
   30, 33, GO 1945-076,
Yodsnukis, Joe F.6 944 721MSgt 424 INF/HQ CIB      27,
Yonaley, Lewis, Jr.35 749 261Pfc 81 ENG(C) CMB  
  1. Combat Medical Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-059.
  2. 81st Engineer Combat Battalion Cited for Action in Germany from 12/16 to 12/23/1944
   GO1945-059,
Yontz, Elwood E.35 629 877Sgt 423 INF/1 BN/B CIB, POW, EAME/4POW camp unknown
 Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Yoo, Mike E.15 104 399Cpl 422 INFKIA 07/10/1945CIB, PH NE L-14-14    59,ABMC,
York, A. J.38 627 188Pvt 424 INF/F CIB      12,
York, Harry E., Jr.32 610 248T/5 423 INF/SVC CIB, POW, EAME/4POW camp unknown
 Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
York, Ivon34 708 280SSgt 423 INF/2 BN/G  CIB, POW, EAME/4
  1. 9-A
  2. 9-B
 

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

   1947-01-02, 1993-4/5/6, 62, GO 1945-051,
York, James R.34 774 746Pvt 422 INF/Medic CIB      27,
York, Melvin H. Cpl  MIA 12/16/1944       Franklin Evening Star 01/26/1945
York, Robert A.36 603 898T/5776 Radio Oper L.S.106 Recon Cav (Mech)  Not a POW
     Ed Strand from MR 12/19/1944
York, Robert E.36 739 680  422 INF/D CIB, POW, EAME/39-B Bad Orb Hessen-Nassau, Prussia 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   CUB 1985-8/9/10, CUB 2006-4/5/6, 59,
York, Vester Corbet34 762 630 Pfc014 Automotive Mechanic424 INF/BWIA 12/21/1944CIB, M1 Rifle SS, PH, AmTheater, EAME, WW2 Victory, GC  
  1. Purple Heart 12/21/1944, Penetrating wound of leg. 160 General Hospital GO 1945-013.
  2. Combat Infantryman's Badge
  3. Good Conduct
  4. EAME
  5. Discharge papers. Army serial No. 3476263
  6. A Western Union telegram my mother received on 01/10/1945 stating that he was seriously wounded in action in Germany on 12/21.
  7. Communication from Donald W. Frazier, 1st Lt. M A ?, Registrar, stating this he was making normal improvement from a penetrating wound of leg.
  8. Letter from Chaplain Robert H. Byler, 160th Gen. Hospital, APO 63 (?), New York, NY, dated 01/17/1945, addressed to my mother. This letter meant so much to my mother because I was born 01/01/1945, and she was still recovering from my birth when she received the telegram. He didn’t make it home until 12/23/45, and walked 9 miles in the snow to get to my grandmother’s house for his first glimpse of his daughter.
  http://www.indianamilitary.org/106ID/Photos/York-Vester.jpgdaughter C. Thomas 7/2014,
Yorks, Melvin H.32 736 247T/5 589 FABN/Batt CMIA 12/16/1944Belgian Fourregerre CUB Vol 8, No 2, 11/1951
  1. POW along with A. B. Grigsby
  2. 12-A
  3. 9-B
     1948-12/1949-1, 1985-8/9/10 1, 8,58,
Yost, Stewart W.   Red Cross Director        1946-12
Yost, Unk Pvt 424 INF/I/1st Plt        Roster from Gayle VerVoorn (WGD)
You, Chin P.   423 INF CIB, POW, EAME/4
  1. 12-A
  2. 9-B
     62,
Youles, Owen K., JR.34 762 522Pfc 424 INF/CN CIB      1989-4/5/6
Yound, Harold Scott             
Yound, Hugh             
Young, Ansel W.O-1 310 1952LT2nd Rifle Plt Ldr424 INF/A        77,
Young, Arthur T.35 143 26?SSgt 423 INF/3 BN CIB, EAME/4      5,
Young, Carl Sgt 422 INF/G    Hillbilly Musician
    422 "The Fighter" 12/22/1943
Young, Cecil    KIA       65,
Young, Charles H.31 317 747  590 FABN CIB, POW9-B Bad Orb Hessen-Nassau, Prussia     57,
Young, Claude D.34 966 364Sgt 422 INF/K CIB, POW, EAME/34-B Muhlberg Sachsen 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   55,59,
Young, Cyril A.   81 ENG (C)    81st Engineer Combat Battalion Cited for Action in Germany from 12/16 to 12/23/1944   2001-7/8/9, 2003-7/8/9, 2005-7/8/9,2009/5/8,
Young, Damon F.15 340 035Pfc (SFC)Machine Gunner423 INF/1 BN/D CIB, POW, EAME/4
  1. 2-A. 
  2. Woodcutter KDO at Zislow
  3. Liberated by 82nd Airborne at Lundwigslust 05/03/1945. 
 

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

   1990-10/11/12, 62, GO 1945-051,
Young, Donald Jorden12 109 170Sgt 422 INF/IWIA Shrapnel loss of a lung and frostbiteCIB, POW, EAME/3, PH
  1. 12-A
  2. 9-B
10/22/2017 Aptos CA. CA Central Coast Vet Cem. Fort Ord
  1. Author "The Battle for Snow Mountain".
  2. newspaper article.
  3. 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsac.
  4. Shrapnel wound, loss of a lung and frostbit.
  5. He served his country in WW IIin the European theater. He was taken prisoner at the Battle of the Bulge,surviving a serious shrapnel wound, the loss of a lung and frostbite. Therecipient of the Purple Heart Award
 /sharedBy/appLinkName/viewLinkName/fieldName/image/1585489239646_Young-DonaldJ-422I-POW.jpghttp://www.indianamilitary.org/106ID/Photos/Young-DonaldJ.jpgCUB 1990-10/11/12, 1, 27, 59, CUB 12/2016, Morning Call, ALlentown PA 04/20/1945, CUB 76-1, 12/2019-03/2020, Obit from W.Dunn
Young, Donald L.35 296 097Pfc 424 INF/L CIB      27,
Young, Edward E.35 386 362  590 FABN CIB, POW9-B Bad Orb Hessen-Nassau, Prussia     1985-8/9/10, 1986-11/12-1987-1/2 57,
Young, Francis R.35 449 705Pfc 424 INF/1 BN CIB      27,
Young, George32 827 682  590 FABN CIB, POWPOW camp unknown
     57,
Young, Harold D.35 467 065  590 FABNMIA 12/21/1944CIB, POW
  1. 8-A
  2. Moosburg
     57, Franklin Evening Star 01/27/1945
Young, Harold Scott35 793 227Pfc 424 INF/1 BN CIB      1990-7/8/9
Young, Harry Pvt 424 INF/3 BN/L        63,
Young, Herbert E.33 028 596PfcMedic331 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,
Young, Hugh T/5 422 INF/SVC        1946-08, 1981-4/5/6
Young, John L.33 714 830Pfc 423 INF/AT CIB, POW, EAME/49-B Bad Orb Hessen-Nassau, Prussia Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Young, Joseph J.36 456 984T/5 424 INF/H CIB      27,
Young, Malcolm T.36 881 135Pvt SIGNAL MERITORIOUS UNIT COMMENDATION 106th Signal Company Cited for service from 1 February 1945 to 1 April 1945      14, 17, 31,
Young, Paul C.17 170 455  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/39-B Bad Orb Hessen-Nassau, Prussia 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Young, Paul F.35 203 130T/5/T/4 Cadre060 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,
Young, Paul F.35 203 130T/4 422 INF/E CIB      27,
Young, Robert E.42 060 964Pvt 423 INF/2 BN/G  CIB, POW, EAME/44-B Muhlberg Sachsen02/11/2003 Williamsburg
  1. Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051.
  2. enlisted in the Army serving in the 106th Division, 423rd Infantry. He fought in the Battle of the Bulge and was missing in action for five weeks until it was determined that he had been captured by the Germans on Dec. 21, 1944. The Russians liberated him from captivity on April 23, 1945, and upon his return to the states he was awarded a Purple Heart


   27, 62, GO 1945-051, Legacy
Young, Robert G.42 081 752Pfc 423 INF/2 BN/F CIB, POW, EAME/49-A 

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

   27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Young, Robert V.39 720 195T/5 424 INF/3 BN CIB      27,
Young, Sidney D.37 737 109  423 INF/1 BN/C CIB, POW, EAME/411-B Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051   62, GO 1945-051,
Young, Theodore W.33 296 767T/5Chaplain's Assistant423 INF/SVC CIB, EAME/4  Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051   1987-3/4/5/6, GO 1945-051,
Young, Travis34 132 472SSgt821 Quartermaster Supply Technician423 INF/CN 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,
Young, Troy R. Pvt 424 INF/D        11, 22,
Young, Walter H.37 528 401T/5 422 INF/SVC CIB      27,
Young, Walter S.12 171 418  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/34-B Muhlberg Sachsen 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Young, Walter Scott, Jr.12 171 418  422 INF/E CIB, POW, EAME/34-B Muhlberg Sachsen 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   1949-4/5, 1949-10/11, 1953-1/2 1,
Youngblood, Albert C. Pvt 422 INFMIA       1990-1/2/3 1,
Youngblood, Charles E. Pfc 81 ENG (C) CIB, POW
  1. 4-B, 
  2. KDO Leipzig, 
  3. Captured 12/22/1944 
  4. Liberated 04/25/1945 while on forced march
 81st Engineer Combat Battalion Cited for Action in Germany from 12/16 to 12/23/1944   1981-4/5/6 62,
Youngblood, Charles Edwin13 157 296Pfc 423 INF/1 BN/D CIB, POW, EAME/4Lelpzig-Warren04/15/2004

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

   1985-3/4/5/6/7, 2004-04-05-06, GO 1945-051,
Youngblood, Samuel L.14 007 149T/5014 Automotive Mechanic (2d echelon)590 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,
Younger, Clovis C.   422 INF/M        1988-2/3
Youngman, Clarence E.15 401 621  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/39-B Bad Orb Hessen-Nassau, Prussia 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Youngs, J.             
Youngs, Wilbur             
Youngs, William   81 ENG (C)    81st Engineer Combat Battalion Cited for Action in Germany from 12/16 to 12/23/1944   1951-2/3
Younk, Theodore V.36 583 606Pvt 590 FABN CIB, PH4-B Muhlberg Sachsen Combat Medical Badge GO 1945-076
   33, 57, GO 1945-076,
Younkin, Francis A. Pvt 422 INF    
One of youngest recruits in the Army. Presented with the 106th Colors for the 106thInfantry Division, 03/15/1943
   "CUB Passes In Review", "Warriors of the 106th" by King, Johnson & Collins, pg 21,
Younts, Leonard A.36 581 988Pvt 589 FABN/SVC Belgian Fourregerre CUB Vol 8, No 2, 11/1951       1968-3/4/5/6, 1977-7/8/9 8,
Yourkavitch, Joseph N.33 836 004  422 INF CIB, POW, EAME/3POW camp unknown
 422d Infantry Regiment Northern France, Rhineland and Ardennes Alsace   59,
Youtsey, Vernon N,7 010 003SSgt  589 FABN/HQ Batt  Belgian Fourregerre CUB Vol 8, No 2, 11/1951       8,
Yovan, Al   591 FABN/HQ Batt        1993-7/8/9
Yuch, Peter B.36 851 592Pfc 424 INF/I CIB      27,
Yuchasz, Leonard J.36 150 153Pfc 424 INF/2 BN CIB      27,
Yukie, Thomas S.12 166 094Pvt 423 INF/3 BN/HQ CO CIB, POW, EAME/413-C 
  • Combat Infantryman Badge 12/16/1944 GO 1945-051
  • Survived Russian aircraft attach while marching towards American lines with other POWs.

   CUB 1992-1/2/3, 27, 62, GO 1945-051,
Yvarra, Porfirio M.39 029 057Pfc 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,
Updated: 08/30/2022 15:05