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HQ COMPANY, 3rd  BATTALION - CAMP MACKALL, 1943 (or other location as noted)
Pfc Wilfred B. Mack Pvt Robert G. Mangers
was captured on Christmas Day 1944 and sent to POW camp Stalag 13C. He escaped in Germany while being transported from Stalag 13C and was recaptured shortly afterwards. He escaped again and made it back to the American lines in April 1945.  He was awarded the Silver Star.
SSgt Warren H. Mason
Cadre member
Pvt Arthur F.  Mathews
KIA 12 Jun 1944
Pvt Richard B.  McAndrew Pvt (Henry?) M. McCoy Pvt Woodrow McCullough T/5 Jess McDaniel
KIA 2 Feb 1945
Pvt Roy McDaniel
at Heddernheim, 1945
Pvt D. (Daniel?) L. McFall Pvt Robert H. McRae Maj. Louis G. Mendez. Jr.
3rd Bn. C.O.
Col Louis G. Mendez. Jr.
graduated from the U.S. Military Academy, Class of 1940.  He assumed command of  the 3rd Battalion upon activation in October 1942 at Camp Blanding and led the unit throughout the war including jumps into Normandy and Holland.. 
(508th tribute to Col. Mendez and his funeral at Arlington National Cemetery)
Pvt Charles W. Middaugh Cpl Philip C. Miller Pvt Okey A. Mills Pvt James Minker
aka James H. Rowley [date & location unknown]
Pvt George C. Minnick
Pvt Donald W. Mitchell Pfc George M. Moore
KIA 4 Jul 1944
Pfc George M. Moore (l) SSgt and Richard R Howell (r)
Moore was killed in Normandy on July 4, 1944


Pvt Thomas W. Morgan
1st Lt. Roy W. Murphy 1/Lt Roy W. "Bill" Murray
date and location unknown.  KIA 6 Jun 1944
Roy Murray
(center) with brother (left) and others.
   Roy was KIA in June 1944 while trying to get badly needed plasma for wounded on Hill 30
Crack Shot
Roy Murray as a young National Guard Private in the late 1930's

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