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Korean War Dead and Wounded Army Casualties 13/2/1950 -  31/12/1953
 
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Search the Records of Military Personnel who died in the Korean War and also Army Casualties who were wounded for the period 13 February 1950 - 31 December 1953 on Familyrelatives.com

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The database contains information about U.S. Army officers and soldiers who were casualties in the Korean War. According to the variable "casualty type" there are a substantial number of records that are for Army personnel who died, including personnel who died while a prisoner of war or missing in action. The remaining records are for non-fatal Army casualties.


The information contained is as follows:
The variables available from each casualty record include:

· Name of Casualty
· Service Number
· Military Grade or Rank
· Military Service Branch
· Date of Casualty
· Cause of Death/Casualty
· Type of casualty
· Detail/previous casualty type
· Casualty group
· Place of disposition
· Date of disposition
· Military occupational specialty
· Organization troop program sequence number
· Element sequence
· Unit number
· Race
· Component
· Disposition of evacuations.
· Birth Date (year only for most records)
· Country of Casualty (always Korea)
· Casualty Group
· Residence (City or County)
· Residence State

Please note that not all of this information may be available for every individual.

Search the Records of Military Personnel who died in the Korean War and also Army Casualties who were wounded for the period 13 February 1950 - 31 December 1953 on Familyrelatives.com

 

 
   
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