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Dee Dumais said:   November 28, 2015 6:23 am PST
Dad found dog tag (identified as a "name tag" by Japanese Embassy in 2007) while in Guadalcanal fighting in WW2. Pictures I have researched online, looks like a dog tag. Name is Junnosuke Yamamoto, with numbers 5,7,4. Would like to return to family.

Francesca, Founder of Angelo's Angels said:   November 10, 2015 1:43 pm PST
Just a note to those who have posted on the Guest Book hoping to find a loved one's lost dog tags. I truly wish I could help locate the items, but unfortunately, our research services are limited to helping those who have already found or somehow acquired dog tags to reunite them with veterans/family members. If your loved one's name sounds familiar, I will definitely check our files to see if we've ever had a request to return it to a family member. We cannot actively hunt for lost dog tags in Europe, the South Pacific, or Vietnam, however. Due to the amount of time that has passed, all I can do is offer you some suggestions for possible inquiries. I wish all of you the best of luck in your searches for your loved one's lost dog tags.

Carroll Cox said:   August 7, 2015 4:53 pm PST
Looking for my brother's dog tags. Charles Hilbert from Kentucky. KIA, Vietnam 1969. Thank ;you for your time and efforts.

Virginia Neal said:   July 8, 2015 11:16 am PST
My father was a WWII veteran, and recently passed away. He brought his dog tags home with him from Germany, but lost track of them along the way. If by chance they turned up somewhere since 1947, I would love to have them. His name is James Staton. Thank you for doing this.

Becky McDonald said:   July 7, 2015 11:26 am PST
Looking for my dad's dog tags.

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