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COMPANY I - CAMP MACKALL, 1943 (or other location as may be noted)
Francis Mahan
circa July 1940 (holding paper) reads an article in the Syracuse NY Herald-Journal about FDR's impending nomination for an unprecedented 3rd term.  At the time Mahan was in the 121st Cavalry, K Troop, a National Guard horse cavalry unit in Syracuse.
(Courtesy Mike Mahan)
1/L. Francis Leo Mahan
was the man who identified the dead at Fulbeck airfield after the accidental explosion there.
Gordon Mahan, I Co (r) and Charles Ellis, C Co, provide mutual support for this photo that Ellis later captioned "Too Much Champagne" Gordon Mahan (l) and Charles Ellis seem more capable of standing without support in this undated photo Pvt Robert B. Martin
KIA 22 Jun 44
Pvt R. (Reaford?) Maynard
Cpl. John P. McCorriston Pvt Lowell E. McCreary 1/Lt. James H. McDuffie Pvt Clarence L. McMurtrey
Pvt N. L. Miller Pvt Theodore C. Miller Pvt Donald Milligan
location unknown (from Coolidge, AZ)
1/Lt Robert Mazyck Mitchell
KIA 19 Sept 1944
Pvt V. J. Molloy Pvt Russell Monroe Pvt William R. Morgan
was injured in the D-Day jump and spent 7 months in hospital at Camp Finney, GA.  He returned to the Company in April, 1945
Pvt Archie D. Morris  Pfc Letson E. Morrison
(as appeared in Young American date and location unknown)
Pvt Cassius W. Mullins  


   

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