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“I served with a group of young, patriotic and daring soldiers. (They) stood up with each other to the end. Sometimes ‘The End’ was of their comrades’ lives in combat, or the ‘Million Dollar Wound’ which sent many of them home." -Cpl. William R. Walter, D Company, 511th PIR
Command master Sergeant John H. Bittorie
Pfc. Bittorie, John H.

Machine Gunner, 1st Platoon, D Company, 511 PIR

Feb 14, 1921 – Jan 16, 1990 (Age 68) - gravesite

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Pfc Robert Allen Bobby Burnside
Pfc. Burnside, Robert Allen

3rd Platoon, Company D, 511th PIR

Oct 22, 1922 - Oct 10, 2001 (Age 78) - gravesite

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Pfc William L Dubes
Pfc. Dubes, William L.

Company D, 511th PIR

October 11, 1923 - Jan 30, 2012 (Age 88) - obituary

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Pvt Joe Ferguson 511 PIR
Pvt. Ferguson, Joe C.

Company D, 511th PIR

Aug 3, 1923 - Aug 4, 2000 (Age 77) 

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Pfc Alfred Haar medic 511 PIR 11th airborne
Pfc. Haar, Alfred

Company D, 511th PIR

October 11, 1923 - Jan 30, 2012 (Age 88) - obituary

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Pfc Elmer C Hudson 511 PIR 11th airborne
Pfc. Hudson, Elmer C.

Company D, 2nd Platoon Mortar Squad, 511th PIR

Born ? - September 11, 2009 (Age ?)

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Pfc. John Kloes 511 PIR 11th airborne
Pfc. Kloes, John

Company D, 511th PIR

April 27, 1923 - October 19, 2004 (Age 81)

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Pfc Billy Pettit
Pfc. Pettit, Billy

Company D, 511 PIR

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Pfc. Alex Village Center 511 PIR 11 airborne
Pfc. Village Center, Alex

Company D, 511 PIR

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Pfc Norman Zadoorian 511 PIR 11th airborne
Pfc. Zadoorian, Norman

"Photographer", Company D, 511th PIR

Jan 21, 1921, 1922 - Aug 17, 2004 (Age 83) 

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"While not being from the samurai class, none-the-less, I do recognize great warriors when I see them, and I take great pride in having served with the best fighting men of World War II.”

-1st Lt. Ralph E. Ermatinger, 511 PIR