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    World War II Valor in the Pacific

    National Monument HI,AK,CA

U.S. Army Casualties


United States Army
Camp Malakole, 3 Fort Barrette, 1
Fort Kamehameha, 5 Fort Shafter, 1
Fort Weaver, 1 Schofield Barracks, 5
 

Camp Malakole

F Battery 251st Coast Artillery (AA)

These soldiers were shot down by Japanese planes over John Rodgers Airport while taking flying lessons.

Henry C. Blackwell, Sgt
Clyde C. Brown, Cpl
Warren D. Rasmussen, Sgt

Fort Barrette

C Battery 15th Coast Artillery

Joseph A. Medlen, Spl

Fort Kamehameha

C Battery 41st Coast Artillery

Claude L. Bryant, Cpt Eugene B. Bubb, Pvt
Oreste DaTorre, PFC Donat G. Duquette, Jr., Pvt

C Battery 55th Coast Artillery

Edward F. Sullivan, Pvt

Fort Shafter

E Battery 64th Coast Artillery (AA)

Arthur A. Favreau, PFC

Fort Weaver

97th Coast Artillery (AA)

William G. Sylvester, 1st Lt.
Killed is a car while driving through Hickam Field

Schofield Barracks

L Company 21st Infantry

Paul J. Fadon, Sgt
Killed in a truck accident 10 miles north of Schofield Barracks

HQ BTY 63rd Field Artillery

Theodore J. Lewis, Cpt

89th Field Artillery

Walter R. French, Pvt

A Battery 98th Field Artillery

Conrad Kujawa, PFC
Killed in an accidental electrocution

D Company 298th Infantry

Torao Migita, Pvt
Killed in downtown Honolulu by "friendly fire"

Did You Know?

Did You Know?

The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941, acted as a catalyst propelling America into World War II. On December 8, 1941, President Franklin D. Roosevelt declared war on Japan. In return, December 11, 1941, Germany and Italy declared war on the United States.