There still remain many large numbers of citizen soldiers from various conflicts classified as missing in action. The Sons of Liberty Museum is publishing the following ongoing research from the MIA Recovery Network in the hopes that more and previously unknown information may be made available enabling more of those who sacrificed to be fully accounted and recognized.
As of its launching, announced December 7, 2017, this material accounted for approximately 25% of the MIAs that still remain from World War II. Search through records of Army (including Paratrooper and Armored Divisions), Navy, Marine and Coast Guard MIAs. Members of Army Air Forces units are found on our sister organization's website: Army Air Corps Museum. If you have any information that would assist researchers for any of these cases, please contact us. If you are a family member, we would be honored to receive service photos and other material about your ancestor.
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|Queen, James - 09/16/1944 -|
|Quick, Paul - 07/10/1943 -|
|Quick, Richard - 12/15/1944 - 103rd Engineer Combat Battalion 78th Infantry Division|
|Quigle, Charles - 02/28/1945 -|
|Quillen, Donald - 01/26/1944 -|
|Quillman, Charles - 03/21/1945 - 378th Infantry Regiment 95th Infantry Division|
|Quinlan, William - 12/25/1944 - 262nd Infantry Regiment 66th Infantry Division|
|Quiroli, Joseph - 07/11/1944 -|
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