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Office of Strategic Services World War II Missing in Action

There are 19 soldiers of the Office of Strategic Services World War II still listed as missing in action.

Captain Edward V. Baranski 2677th Regiment 01/24/1945
Second Lieutenant Harold L. Berg 101st Service Unit 12/18/1944
Technician Fifth Grade William D. Boyd Headquarters Detachment 02/28/1943
Corporal Robert R. Brown Headquarters Detachment 01/24/1942
Major Albert P. Dewey Headquarters Detachment 09/26/1945
Captain Charles O. Fisher 2677th Regiment 12/25/1945
Staff Sergeant Joseph J. Horvath Headquarters Company 01/24/1945
Technical Sergeant Wing B. Joe Headquarters Detachment 08/12/1946
First Lieutenant Tibor K. Keszthelyi Headquarters 01/24/1945
Second Lieutenant Maurice A. Lepage Headquarters 11/12/1945
Second Lieutenant Edmond Lesout Headquarters 11/12/1945
Corporal Donald C. Macfarlane Headquarters Detachment 06/13/1945
Master Sergeant Jerry G. Mican Headquarters Company 01/24/1945
First Lieutenant Emile R. Minerault Headquarters Detachment 03/04/1945
First Lieutenant Joseph J. Orlan 101st Service Unit 05/27/1945
Lieutenant Colonel Guido Pantaleoni 2677th Company 08/08/1943
First Lieutenant Francis Perry 2677th Regiment 01/24/1945
Corporal Julius A. Rosenfeld Headquarters Company 01/03/1946
Second Lieutenant Victor A. Soskice Headquarters 03/29/1945


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