Richard Berkey was a medic with the 84th Medical Battalion who served with the 14th Armored Division, 68th Armored Infantry Battalion, Company C, 3rd Platoon. The men below, members of the 14th Armored Division, 68th Armored Infantry Battalion, Company C, were injured, wounded, missing in action or killed during their service in the European Theater of Operations. Their names also appear in Waiting for Peace.

Phillip Aragon – wounded Dec. 9, 1944
Willard Arthurs – wounded Nov. 27, 1944 and April 4, 1945
Louis Barton – wounded April 7, 1945
Georg Benesh – wounded March 22, 1945
Marvin Bernstein – wounded Dec. 18, 1944
Garold Betters – killed March 14, 1945
Seymour Bierman – wounded Dec. 18, 1944
Robert Billhymer – killed April 28, 1945
Thomas Birckhead – wounded Dec. 22, 1944
Charles Bobnock – wounded Dec. 18, 1944
Edwin Boehringer – wounded April 20, 1945
Salvatore Bova – missing in action Dec, 18, 1944
Thomas Boyd – wounded Dec. 18, 1944
Robert Brown – wounded April 6, 1945
Robert Bunnell – wounded Dec. 18, 1944
John Burdine – wounded Dec. 18, 1944
Richard Burke – wounded Dec. 18, 1944
Franklin Bussert – wounded Dec. 8, 1944
John Carfagno – wounded March 20, 1945
Frank Christlieb – wounded March 20, 1945
Robert Colvin – wounded April 5, 1945
Billy Cook – wounded Dec. 18, 1944
Paul Dixon – wounded Nov. 22, 1994 and Dec. 18, 1944, died Dec. 18, 1944
Francis Dooley – wounded Dec. 18, 1944
Paul Driscoll – killed Dec. 18, 1944
Richard Dunn – killed April 4, 1945
Leland Elmore – wounded April 5, 1945
Clifford Elwood – wounded April 22, 1945, died April 23, 1945
Taylor Emens – wounded April 18, 1945
Wallace Engle – wounded April 5, 1945
Robert Farris – wounded Dec. 18, 1944
Frank Fillippo – wounded April 7, 1945
John Fitch – wounded Dec. 18, 1944
J.P. Fleniken – killed Dec. 18, 1944
Wiley Foster – killed Feb. 7, 1945
Thomas Garner – wounded Dec. 22, 1944
John Garwood – wounded Dec. 18, 1944
James Gavin – wounded Dec. 19, 1944
Larry Gioia – missing in action Dec. 18, 1944
Baker Grooms – wounded Dec. 18, 1944
Charles Harwood – wounded April 10, 1945
Harold Hanhardt – wounded April 4, 1945
Derl Hess – non-battle casualty Dec. 18, 1944
James Highfill – wounded April 29, 1945
Paul Hoffpauir – wounded Dec. 18, 1944
Frank Hood – wounded Feb. 23, 1945
Ralph Huff – killed March 15, 1945
Arthur Irwin – wounded Dec. 18, 1944
Kenneth Jennings – wounded Dec. 18, 1944
Lawrence Jensen – missing in action Dec. 18, 1944
Herman Karnes – killed Dec. 18, 1944
Milton Kelly – missing in action Dec. 18, 1944
John Kleban – wounded Dec. 20, 1944
James Kollias – wounded Dec. 18, 1944 and March 23, 1945
Robert Lapoint – wounded Dec. 18, 1944
Frank Libecki – wounded March 20, 1945
Sidney Lieppe – missing in action Dec. 18, 1944
James Lollias – wounded Dec. 18, 1944
Lawrence Marro – wounded Dec. 18, 1944
Hermerigildo Martinez – wounded March 21, 1945
Aaron McGlothlin – wounded April 6, 1945
Minor McLain – missing in action Dec. 18, 1944
John Meixsell – wounded April 20, 1945
David Middleton – missing in action Dec. 18, 1944
Woodrow Miller – wounded April 7, 1945
George Morris – wounded March 20, 1945
Elvin Mude – wounded March 20, 1945
Herbert Mullins – wounded April 5, 1945
Charles Nelson – killed April 6, 1945
Freeman Nicholas – killed April 6, 1945
Alvin Northcutt – wounded Dec. 21, 1944
Ross Parker – wounded April 20, 1945
Dean Peterson – missing in action Dec. 18, 1944
Monte Peterson – wounded April 4, 1945
Laurence Poole – missing in action Dec. 18, 1944
Luster Pruett – killed Jan. 13, 1945 – Company B
Neil Rich – wounded March 23, 1945
Stanley Richardson – wounded April 4, 1945
George Ringeisen – killed April 28, 1945
Alex Robb – wounded April 5, 1945
George Ross – wounded Dec. 19, 1944
Maryus Rowe – wounded April 6, 1945
Ernest Ruggieri – wounded Dec. 18, 1944
Larry Sanders – killed April 6, 1945
Andrew Saus – wounded Dec. 18, 1944
Alphonse Savage – wounded Dec. 22, 1944
Bernard Schnaus – wounded Dec. 18, 1944
Leonard Sciullo – wounded March 20, 1945
Grover Shepherd – missing in action Dec. 18, 1944
Charles Sheppard – wounded Dec. 18, 1944
James Simon – wounded April 28, 1945
Henry Sims – killed Jan. 20, 1945
Glenneth Smith – wounded Dec. 18, 1944
Alvin Spoerl – wounded April 6, 1945, died April 7, 1945
William Staley – wounded Dec. 9, 1944
Buster Stoots – wounded Dec. 22, 1944, died Jan. 11, 1945
William Stoyanoff – missing in action Dec. 18, 1944
William Strowbridge – wounded Dec. 9, 1944 and April 5, 1945
William Stuckert – killed Jan. 12, 1945
Frank Tangney – wounded Dec. 18, 1944
Waymon Temple – killed April 5, 1945
Russell Thuermer – wounded April 19, 1945
Robert Turner – wounded March 20, 1945
William Usher – wounded April 29, 1945
Edgar Van Voorhis Close – wounded Dec. 18, 1944
Louis Vega – wounded April 29, 1945
Lawrence Vining – wounded April 28, 1945
George Wheeler – wounded April 19, 1945
Stanley Williams – wounded April 29, 1945
Claud Wilson – wounded April 5, 1945
Abraham Wisotsky – wounded March 20, 1945
Jesse Wollard – wounded April 18, 1945
Claud Wood – missing in action Dec. 18, 1944
Robert Wood – wounded March 17, 1945
Elmer Woods – wounded April 6, 1945
Charles Wright – killed April 5, 1945
George Young – wounded March 15, 1945
Leslie Younts – wounded Dec. 22, 1944
Joseph Zabadah – wounded March 17, 1945

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