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MP News The following locator listings have been added/updated.
Posted by westerling on Friday, December 02, 2005 (04:10:31) (2759 reads)

Peter Dickhaut
Pete Pettingill


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MP News The following locator listings have been updated.
Posted by Steve Blackwell on Monday, November 28, 2005 (02:49:45) (4387 reads)

Lee T. Biedrycki
Thomas Carrero
SFC Donald L. Chewning
SGM David D. Dewitt
Bradley J. Guerrieri
Frank Heine
Bryan Holsten
John M. Johnson
Jeffrey S. Kirk
Wes Lacey
LTC Jim McCloskey
SFC James McDuffie
Ken Negus
Danny Pitts
Steve Rothstein
Michael Scaliatine
Stacy Statham
Rod Swinehart
SFC Michael E. Tracy
J. Todd Verrecchia
MAJ Michael D. Voleski
LTC Dexter N. Williams
Timothy E. Wolf
Brian T. Laverty


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MP News The following locator listings have been updated
Posted by Steve Blackwell on Friday, November 18, 2005 (04:39:05) (3088 reads)

The following locator listings have been updated

Christopher R. Betts **
Russ Bloomfield
Christopher A. Boston
Chad Brailey
Kenneth Dale
Paul Frakie
Dennis R. Geremia
Robert Juilfs
Arthur Mastrapa *
Harry Munsey
Chris K. Peterson
Jeff A. Schneiderman
Jeff Thomas
Joseph A. Yorski

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Gerry Mitchell
Gregg Moss

* Killed in Action
** Killed in the Line of Duty


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MP News The following locator listings have been updated
Posted by Steve Blackwell on Sunday, November 13, 2005 (01:55:38) (3774 reads)

The following locator listings have been updated

Jeffrey Barnes
Robert M. Bullington
Mike Caron
Jon Colburn
Darren J. Cunningham*
Mike Darling
Joe Diaz
Chris Elmenhurst
Jim Fryberger
Thomas Gerace
Jeffrey D. Goodwin
Michael Gordon**
Stephen Haneman
Perry Hoffman
Jerry E. Jensen
Rodney C. Knight
Jan LaFata
Joe Lauerman
Laurence G. Omland
Gary Overby
Daniel Polakoff
Ed Prather
1SG Thomas P. Ransford
CSM Joe Shelley
SFC Michael E. Tracy
Ruth Wilamowski (Murray)

* Killed in Action
** Killed in the Line of Duty



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MP News Happy Veterans Day
Posted by Steve Blackwell on Friday, November 11, 2005 (08:31:22) (4077 reads)

As the nation braced itself for the final throes of the Civil War, thousands of spectators gathered on a muddy Pennsylvania Avenue near the U.S. Capitol to hear President Lincoln’s second inaugural address. It was March 4, 1865, a time of great uneasiness. In just over one month, the war would end and the president would be assassinated.


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