Pentagon Identifies Remains Of 12 WWII Servicemen; 1 From Landover
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Pentagon has identified the remains of 12 World War II servicemen. The military said Thursday they died in a plane crash in Papua New Guinea on Oct 27, 1943.
Their remains will be buried August 4 at Arlington National Cemetery.
They are Army Air Forces 1st Lt. Jack Volz of Indianapolis; 2nd Lt. Regis Dietz of Pittsburgh; 2nd Lt. Edward Lake of Brooklyn, N.Y; 2nd Lt. Martin Murray of Lowell, Mass.; 2nd Lt. William Shryock of Gary, Ind.; Tech. Sgt. Robert Wren of Seattle; Tech. Sgt. Hollis Smith of Cove, Ark.; Staff Sgt. Berthold Chastain of Dalton, Ga.; Staff Sgt. Clyde Green of Erie, Pa.; Staff Sgt. Frederick Harris of Medford, Mass.; Staff Sgt. Claude Ray of Coffeyville, Kan.; and Staff Sgt. Claude Tyler of Landover, Md.
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