|Image||Fullname||Birthplace or place of residence||County||State||Service||Location||Branch||Conflict||View details|
|Gerald P. Rahatz||Beatrice||Gage County||NE||Served as the bombardier on a B-25 bomber||Italy, France, Balkans||Air Force||World War II||Profile details|
|Leonard C. Rozewski||Oklahoma City||OK||Bombardier of B-26 Marauder||New Britain||Air Force||World War II||Profile details|
|Brent James Mesquit||Beaverton||United States of America||OR||United States Air Force||Air Force||Profile details|
|Vlsp123 Vlsp123 Vlsp123||Detroit||Hood River||AK||Air Force||World War I||Profile details|
|Test Test||Air Force||World War I||Profile details|
|Ralph P. Horian||Assistant Communication Officer, Comm Inspector||Smyrna Army Airfield||Air Force||World War II||Profile details|
|Edwin "Buzz" Eugene Aldrin||Glenridge||NJ||Air Force||Korean War||Profile details|
|Leith Eugene "Gene" Laudette||Silverton||OR||Air Force||Vietnam War||Profile details|
|Barry Michael Greenberg||NY||Air Force||Vietnam Era||Profile details|
|Harold William Carter||Salem||Marion||OR||Air Force||Vietnam War||Profile details|
|Angelica Pilato||Lake Oswego||Oregon||OR||Air Force||Vietnam War||Profile details|
|Ronald Davis||OH||Air Force||Cold War||Profile details|
|James Arthur Rhodes||Redding||Shasta||CA||Air Force||Vietnam War||Profile details|
|Harold Puritan Rouse||Nevada||NV||Air Force||World War II||Profile details|
|Gregg Swanson||West Linn||U.S.A||OR||Air Force||Vietnam War||Profile details|
|Ross E. Mc Kinney||Malone||NY||Air Force||World War II||Profile details|
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