ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — A list of the 24 soldiers in the 10th Mountain Division who died when their amphibious vehicle sank in Italy's Lake Garda on April 30, 1945, during World War II. An asterisk indicates soldier's hometown isn't available.
Pfc. Walter J. Armstrong, Placerville, Calif.
Cpl. William P. Armstrong, Terre Haute, Ind.
Pvt. Merle Britton, Ashland, Ohio
Cpl. Maximo L. Champion, Livingston, Calif.
Pfc. Willard E. Chapman, Washington, Ohio
Pfc. Jerry T. Dillard, Plainview, Texas
Cpl. Emory E. Hamilton, Kentucky(asterisk)
Pvt. Howard Harper, Ohio(asterisk)
Cpl. James Harwell, Georgia(asterisk)
Pvt. James Hilley, Calhoun Falls, S.C.
Pfc. Leroy A. King, Indiana(asterisk)
Pfc. Edward Koskela, Minnesota(asterisk)
Pfc. Stanley R. Lad, Illinois(asterisk)
Cpl. William E. Madara, Pottsville, Pa.
Pfc. Frank J. Miller, Eau Claire, Wis.
Pvt. William C. Morrison, Terre Haute, Ind.
Pvt. Roger L. Murray, Missouri(asterisk)
Pfc. Elmer C. Paulson, Frederic, Wis.
Pfc. Xwell Y. Reynolds, Marietta, Ohio
Pfc. Gayle W. Russell Jr., Ellis, Kan.
Pfc. Norman B. Russell, Arkansas(asterisk)
Pvt. Frank Tame, Greenville, Tenn.
Pfc. Charles E. Tannehill, Gilboa, Ohio
Pfc. Richard Wright, Nevada(asterisk)
Source: National Association of the 10th Mountain Division
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