Service Personnel Not Recovered Following WWII

First Letter of
Last Name

U.S. Army

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I

J

K

L

M

N

O

P

Q

R

S

T

U

V

W

X

Y

Z

Total

U.S. Army
Air Forces

U.S. Marine
Corps

U.S.

 Navy

Other*

Letter Total

52

83

82

58

23

31

47

42

14

26

20

31

72

15

19

56

4

34

60

22

3

26

21

0

5

2

848

2,500

7,172

5,634

3,734

1,449

2,637

3,709

5,250

319

1,825

2,870

3,399

7,009

1,396

1,192

3,841

140

3,671

7,322

2,490

176

1,012

4,177

1

386

379

73,690

Korean War POW/MIAs

US Unaccounted-For

Vietnam POW/MIAs

US Unaccounted-For, Sorted by Name

Cold War POW/MIAS

Crewmembers listed by Last Name

 

Iraq and other Conflicts

Operation El Dorado Canyon, 1986

Capt. Paul F. Lorence, U.S. Air Force, was lost on April 15, 1986, when his F1-11 aircraft was downed during a

strike over Libya

 

Operation Desert Storm, 1991

Lt. Cmdr. Barry T. Cooke, U.S. Navy, was lost on Feb. 2, 1991, when his A-6 aircraft went down in the Persian

Gulf

Lt. Robert J. Dwyer, U.S. Navy, was lost on Feb. 5, 1991, when his FA-18 aircraft went down in the Persian Gulf

 

Operation Iraqi Freedom, 2003-2010

Staff Sgt. Ahmed K. Altaie, U.S. Army, was lost on Oct. 23, 2006 while serving in Iraq as a translator for the U.S

military

Mr. Kirk Von Ackermann, DoD contractor, was lost on Oct. 9, 2003, while working in Forward Operating Base

Pacesetter, Iraq

Mr. Timothy E. Bell, DoD contractor, was lost on April 9, 2004, while working in Baghdad, Iraq

Mr. Adnan al-Hilawi, DoD contractor, was lost on March 3, 2007, while working in Baghdad, Iraq

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