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Dad Mom Me 1945
LT William T Pritchett USN
CPO Sullivan
CPOJ. Dan Sullivan
Naval Aviator Ivor Morrison
LT Ivor Morrison Naval Aviator
Airman Ray Wortman home on leave
Ray Wortman Air Corps

Billy Templeton released from Mukden Prison
Billy Templeton (Top second from right) released from Japanese POW camp Mukden in 1945
Sgt Louis Meyers Battan Death March Survivor
Sgt Louis Myers, Bataan
Death March Survivor
Elvin Myers Bataan Death March Surviver
Sgt Elvin Myers, Louis Brother, Bataan Death March Survivor
PVT Bill Driver
Pvt Bill Driver, Quenemo, KS. Killed in Germany March 1945
Harry Perkins USS Yorktown
Harry and Joyce Perkins
USS Yorktown
CPO John Hawkins
CPO John Hawkins USS Goodhue
Lt Lee Lamar
Lt Lee Lemar AAF
by Germans
Sherman and Idell Marver
MSGT Sherman and Idell Marver Army Air Corps Pacific
CPO Cleve Sepia
CPO Cleve Martin
Capt Ross Toole B-17  Navigator
Uncle Ross Toole B-24 Navigator
Bill Wright P-47 Pilot
Bill Wright P-47 pilot in Europe
Sullivan Veterans Newsclip

Stanley Ford served in the Pacific
Stanley Ford: Pacific Theatre
Member of the Sullivan Family

Aubrey Miller Forbes Field Topeka KS
Aubrey Miller Stationed at Forbes Field Topeka
Member of the Sullvan Family
Sullivan Newspaper article
Newspaper Picture Jasper Sullivan Joining Navy
Member of the Sullivan Family

Sgt Kenny Luigs 9th Aromor Division
Sgt. Kenny Luigs, Evansville, IN, 89th Cavalry Recon Squadron, 9th Armor Division, was one of the first Americans to discover that the Germans had not blown the Bridge at Remagen.
Julian Siebert Westmoreland, KS
Julian Siebert, Westmoreland, KS, 26th Infantry Division, taken prisoner by the Germans during the Battle of the Bulge
Joseph Kannarney
Fireman 1st Class Joe Kinnarney, a Seebee wounded on Iwo Jima April 10, 1945.



Carl Sharperson
PFC Carl Sharperson USMC
10th Depot Company
1st Depot Company
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