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WWII Dog Tag Return Project
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Deborah Chadwick Montalbano said:   March 20, 2015 4:49 am PST
Looking for my fathers dog tags. Lost at the beach in Galveston Texas. K W Chadwick

Jamie said:   October 6, 2014 6:08 pm PST
Hello, I'm am looking for my grandfathers dog tags. James Ray Boylen, west Virginia. He passed away several years ago, was my best friend. I would love to find this.

Cyndie Soo said:   May 27, 2014 10:30 am PST
I'm looking for my father's dog tags. He doesn't remember what happened to them. He served in WWII. My Dad's name is Allen Quin. He served on Okinawa and later flew to Japan.

Chris Hernandez said:   February 26, 2014 2:54 pm PST
I found my Grandfathers dog tag on the web on January 10, 2014. An Australian military man posted it on a website 2yrs ago, hoping that one of his family members would see it. I saw it. The tag was found by a local woman who was cultivating in her backyard. Her house is located at the old Munda Airstrip which the U.S. Seized from the Japanese. My grandfather passed away in 1991; Meanwhile my Grandmother (Grandfathers wife) was very ill for the last 5years with Alzheimer's and her health was deteriorating rapidly. The dog tag arrived back to California and was in her hand as she passed away less than 48 hrs later. My grandfather was in the U.S Army 25th Infantry Division "Tropic Lighting" enlisted out of Ft. MacArthur, San Pedro, CA. My grandfather was speaking to my entire family from Up Above, telling us that he was ready to come for his wife.

John Kelly said:   February 12, 2014 2:08 am PST
The picture of your uncle shows him wearing the Distinguished Service Cross ... the second highest award in the Army. The only award above his would be the Medal of Honor itself .... yes he was truly a hero! I have a tag I would like to try and return, although it is from the era right after WW2. How do I submit photo and info?

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