HSM Awarded for Eniwetok Cleanup

We are but a few of the Survivors of the 1977-1980 Enewetak Atoll Atomic Debris Cleanup Mission in the Marshall Islands. 

Our Original Mission was to relocate and entomb radioactive fallout and debris from the surface of the islands of Enewetak Atoll so the dri-Enewetak Islanders could return to their beautiful homeland of 40 Islands in the Marshall Islands.

We accomplished our Humanitarian Mission in 1980. Some of us have health challenges related to cleaning up radiation produced by 43 atomic bombs tested in the Pacific Proving Grounds during the Cold War’s Atomic Test Program. Some of us have died.

Times Staff Writer Don Hurst’s June 16 1980 article headline read: “MORE THAN 3,000 ELIGIBLE – HSM Awarded for Eniwetok Cleanup

Here is a reprint of his article retyped word-for-word including the old spelling of Enewetak (Eniwetok):

“Alexandria Va. – More than 3,000 soldiers are eligible to receive the Humanitarian Service Medal for their participation in the cleanup operation on Eniwetok Atoll, the Pacific site of earlier U.S. atomic tests.

Military Personnel Center officials said the following lists should contain the names of all soldiers who qualify for the HSM for the Eniwetok operation.

The Defense Nuclear Agency was responsible for the cleanup and was the agency that approved award of the HSM to all participants. Soldiers who have questions concerning their eligibility for the medal for that operation should address their inquiries through command channels to: Hq, Defense Nuclear Agency, Washington, D.C. 20305.

Criteria for the HSM for the Eniwetok operation include direct, meritorious participation for at least 24 continuous hours between Jan. 24, 1977, and April 15, 1980, the official end of the cleanup. The following list contains a separate section showing soldiers, assigned to DNA in most cases, who are eligible for the HSM.”

[gfb3 note: The list on this web page is a combined alphabetized list of 2,696 Army personnel approved to receive the Humanitarian Medal. Unless noted otherwise, Army personnel listed are assumed to be assigned or attached to the 84th Engineer Battalion. Army personnel assigned to the Defense Nuclear Agency are noted with “DNA” behind their names. Name spelling corrections will be noted in brakets.]

“Names of the Army people to receive the HSM for Eniwetok are:”

  • Abbaticcho Thomas D
  • Abbott James T
  • Abelon Albert P
  • Abraham James W
  • Abraham Willie T
  • Acevedo Jorge I
  • Acfalle Anthony
  • Ackley Mark A
  • Acosta Edmundo J
  • Adami Amil N
  • Adams Brian H
  • Adams Charles L
  • Adams Edward E
  • Adams Houston H
  • Adams Larrie D
  • Adams Ronald R
  • Adams William L
  • Adcock Bobby R
  • Adolph Gary
  • Agnew Gary L
  • Agpaoa Homer R
  • Aguilar Jose M
  • Aguon David I
  • Ahern James E
  • Aiguier James L
  • Aker Edward C
  • Akers Donell J
  • Akers Richard D
  • Aki Manuel K
  • Akuna Patrick K
  • Albert William
  • Albright Kenneth F – DNA
  • Alcanter Angel
  • Ale Thomas E
  • Alexander Daniel S
  • Alexander Dennis W
  • Alexander George
  • Alexander Ralph E
  • Alford Fredrick
  • Alford Michael G
  • Allen Marlin K
  • Allen Micheal S
  • Allen Robert A
  • Altier Alex
  • Alvarado Joe M
  • Amaral John V
  • Anders Charles J
  • Anderson Andero
  • Anderson Candy – DNA
  • Anderson Gerald T
  • Anderson Keith M
  • Anderson Marcus
  • Anderson Ralph
  • Anderson Steven L
  • Anderson Steven M
  • Andrews Billy R
  • Andrews George M – DNA
  • Andrews Jerry D
  • Andrews John H – DNA
  • Androl James E
  • Anglin Stophen P
  • Anton Richard A
  • Aola George H
  • Apo Douglas K
  • Aponte Manuel
  • Applebee Steven J – DNA
  • Applegate Stephen A
  • Appling William A
  • Arbogast Micheal S
  • Argento Christophe
  • Arhur Earl L – DNA
  • Armitage Jim R
  • Armstead Tony D
  • Armstrong Robert P
  • Armstrong Wilbert D
  • Arnell Donald
  • Arredondo Raul C
  • Arrindell Jaison
  • Arvizu Richard A
  • Asbury James B Jr
  • Ash Robert L
  • Ash Samuel B
  • Ashburn Charles B
  • Atkinson Phillip M
  • Atwell Thomas G
  • Auriemma Albert A
  • Avila Lorenzo D
  • Aytch Earnest J
  • Babcock Richard L
  • Bacote Robert R – DNA
  • Baeb David – DNA
  • Baenen John J
  • Baidwin Thomas E
  • Bailey Clay A
  • Bailey E J
  • Bailey Kennth B
  • Bailey Larry D
  • Bailey Robert A
  • Bailey Vincent H
  • Bain Richard M
  • Bainbridge William G – DNA
  • Baity Barry S
  • Baken Paul
  • Baker David W
  • Baker Donald C
  • Baker Eric A
  • Baker James O
  • Baker Robert V
  • Baker Thomas L
  • Bales Randall J
  • Balladeo Edgardo E
  • Ballard Robert L
  • Bally Frank J
  • Banayat Peter A
  • Bandel Raymond L – DNA
  • Barber David L
  • Barber Preston W – DNA
  • Barbour Charles L
  • Barckely Michael I
  • Barker Charles W
  • Barlett Kevin B
  • Barnard Raymond G
  • Barnes Darrel P
  • Barnes Michael L
  • Barnett David L
  • Barnett Harlan T
  • Barnhart Dane J Jr
  • Barnstable David P
  • Barone Ercole M – DNA
  • Barrall Robert J
  • Barrera Rufus
  • Barrett Richard J
  • Barron James J
  • Barron Larry R
  • Barron Thomas R
  • Barron William G
  • Barth Garry R – DNA
  • Bartlebaugh Gary A
  • Bartolome George M – DNA
  • Barton Alan P
  • Baskins Leland L
  • Bass Keith R
  • Bast Peter H
  • Bates Jr Robert E
  • Bates Robert M
  • Bates Vern F
  • Batts Ronald D
  • Batzel Kenneth F
  • Bauchspies Robert W – DNA
  • Baudendistel Jeffrey
  • Baugh Leon
  • Bautista Raymond E
  • Beacon Joseph W
  • Beagle Clifford A
  • Beam Thomas C
  • Bean Jeffrey D
  • Beard Mark R
  • Beck Allen N
  • Becker David S
  • Begley Michael E
  • Begtrup Robert O
  • Behrens Jon S
  • Beil Raymond G
  • Beiter Richard H – DNA
  • Bell Thomas A
  • Bellamy James A
  • Belong Zaldy D
  • Beltran Raymond D
  • Benckendorf Scott
  • Benjamin Michael A
  • Bennett Bernard T – DNA
  • Bennett Lawrence E
  • Bennett Paul H
  • Bennick Earl D
  • Benoit Edward F
  • Berestecky Robert L
  • Bergeron Joseph
  • Bergevin Ford B
  • Bergof Joseph F
  • Bergstrom Douglas C
  • Bermudez Joseph
  • Bernier Berton
  • Berrigan Donald W
  • Berrios Rafael
  • Berry David W
  • Berry Jerry L
  • Berry Kenneth L
  • Bertagnoli John R
  • Bertrand Kenneth W
  • Berzley Jack H
  • Bethea William C
  • Bethman Robert
  • Betts Donald J
  • Beyer Gary L
  • Beynon Raymond L
  • Bifulco Frank P
  • Billue Charles
  • Birch Arthur H
  • Birchfield Walter D
  • Bird Chris
  • Birdsong John W
  • Birtcil Robert A
  • Bishop Duane D
  • Bishop Gary P
  • Bishop Gregory M
  • Black Norman
  • Blackburn John L Jr
  • Blackwell John R
  • Blake Benjamin J
  • Blake Michael W
  • Blake Stephen D
  • Blakeman Rodney D
  • Bland Richard Jr
  • Bland Thomas M
  • Blas Edward J
  • Blewster James C
  • Blom Rick M
  • Blosser Roy E
  • Blount Nathaniel
  • Blunt Everett
  • Boach Figueroa
  • Boardman John S
  • Bober Arthur H – DNA
  • Bochinski David J
  • Bodkin Barry L
  • Bodnar James D
  • Boice Edward Jr
  • Bolduc Kenneth R
  • Bolton Girard F
  • Bombard David
  • Bonawitz Bernard J
  • Bonds Edward
  • Bone James A
  • Bonilla Victor M
  • Bonneau Stephen D
  • Bonnett Orbie F
  • Boortz Geraid L
  • Booten Patrick
  • Bootle Doyle
  • Boraca Yuji
  • Boren Richard M
  • Bores Paul A
  • Borneo Anthony D
  • Borras Arleen A
  • Borrello Ronald A
  • Bosma Phillip H
  • Boudreaux Gregory J
  • Bourne Robert L
  • Bovee Marshall C
  • Bowman Andrew K
  • Bowyer Ralph E – DNA
  • Boyd Eullis
  • Boyd James R – DNA
  • Boyd Jerry L
  • Boyd Michael L
  • Boyd Odeville
  • Boyer Ralph E Jr
  • Boyer William R
  • Boyette Lee H
  • Boyle Martin A
  • Boyman Brain J
  • Bradbury Mark R
  • Bradshaw Milton
  • Brand Robert E
  • Branson William W
  • Brantley Randy E
  • Brasch Thomas A
  • Bravo Benjamin V
  • Brawdy Roy J
  • Brayan Ramon A
  • Bresell Ronald R – DNA
  • Breslin Frederick – DNA
  • Breslin Micheal V
  • Brett Frank – DNA
  • Brewer Jesse C
  • Brewer Robert G
  • Brewer Thomas K
  • Brewington Ernest
  • Bridge Steven A
  • Bridges Jimmy E
  • Briggs Joseph – DNA
  • Briggs Maurice R
  • Briggs Thomas M
  • Briscoe Lee H
  • Bristol Glen
  • Britt Kenneth D – DNA
  • Britton Johnny L – DNA
  • Britton Lee E
  • Britz Albert R
  • Brock Roy L
  • Brons Russell C
  • Brooks Jerry L
  • Brooks Linwood L
  • Brooks Ronald L
  • Brorson Greg W
  • Brorwn Charles
  • Brothers James A
  • Brothers Mark W
  • Browder Roy L
  • Brown Albert
  • Brown Andrew M
  • Brown Chris
  • Brown Darren R
  • Brown David A
  • Brown Dennis A
  • Brown Douglas – DNA
  • Brown Frank E
  • Brown Gary L
  • Brown James A
  • Brown James E
  • Brown Jerome R
  • Brown K L – DNA
  • Brown Kenneth Jr
  • Brown Mark R
  • Brown Maurice D
  • Brown Michael T
  • Brown Morris
  • Brown Nathaniel
  • Brown Phillip A
  • Brown Richard F
  • Brown Ronald R
  • Brown Steven K
  • Brown Steven W
  • Brown Willie C
  • Brownell Kenneth A
  • Brule Michael A
  • Bruno Victor Jr
  • Brunton Robert E
  • Bryan Johnny D
  • Bryant George T
  • Bryant Kenneth E
  • Bryant Maurice Jr
  • Bryant Thomas E
  • Bryant Tyrone
  • Bryson Jack M – DNA
  • Buchanan Richard L
  • Buck Larry J
  • Buelna Daniel A
  • Bufford Kenneth W
  • Bundy Kelly W
  • Bunn Larry A
  • Bunting Tony D
  • Buotte Thomas P
  • Burch Freddie Jr
  • Burcham Charles L
  • Burgess Walter D
  • Burghardt David L
  • Burke John E
  • Burkhardt Thomas E
  • Burnett Carl M
  • Burns Robert E
  • Burns Roger D
  • Burns Timothy W
  • Burnside Boyce
  • Burriel Jose S
  • Busch Richard F ll – DNA
  • Busck Albert – DNA
  • Bush David A
  • Bushover Gary E
  • Bussey Gary E
  • Bussey James O
  • Buswell Arthur T – DNA
  • Butcher Oliver E
  • Butcher Oliver T
  • Butler Chester M
  • Butler Eduardo V
  • Butler Iganatius W – DNA
  • Butler John H
  • Butner Robert K
  • Butt Lee J
  • Butterfield Bryan K
  • Button John M
  • Butts David L
  • Butts John O
  • Buyatt Mark C
  • Buziak William R
  • Buzzard James E
  • Byers Ames N
  • Bynes Johnnie Jr
  • Byrd Nezzar P
  • Cabarrus Jeffery
  • Cabera Enrigue
  • Cafaro Daniel N
  • Cain Harold T
  • Cain Morton G
  • Cain Robert A
  • Calamita Dennis M
  • Call Terry G
  • Calloway Richard T
  • Calmes James G
  • Calvey John M – DNA
  • Campbell Albert J – DNA
  • Campbell Earl D
  • Campbell Harold T
  • Campbell Molvin W
  • Cannon Isaac
  • Cantrell Darrell W
  • Cantu Gilberto
  • Caples Larry J
  • Cardinal Bruce F
  • Cardona Paul V
  • Cardone Carl T
  • Careaga David M
  • Carey John F
  • Caris John R
  • Carison Paul
  • Carman James E Jr
  • Carmoay Daniel R
  • Carney Carl A
  • Carpenter Chris
  • Carpenter John C
  • Carpenter Lamar
  • Carpentier Darell E
  • Carpo Paul F
  • Carr Kenneth R
  • Carr Kevin A
  • Carr Rodney G
  • Carrera Carlos J
  • Carrera Rodney G
  • Carrig George M
  • Carroll Roy E
  • Carson Ernest
  • Cartagena Malave C
  • Carter Alfred A – DNA
  • Carter James C
  • Carter Keith
  • Carter Keith E
  • Carter Mitcheal G
  • Carter William G
  • Cartwright Philip P
  • Case George W – DNA
  • Casey Leonard L
  • Cashen Chris L
  • Casill James P
  • Cassel Craig S
  • Castle Arthur J
  • Castle Jack R
  • Castro Angel J
  • Cataldo Joseph E
  • Cathey Edward J
  • Caves John T Jr
  • Celestial Robert N
  • Cerge Lawrenc
  • Cervantes Ricardo E
  • Chadwell Michael G
  • Chadwick Richard T
  • Chalmers James J
  • Chambers Martin Jr
  • Chandler Donald J
  • Chandler Harry T
  • Chaney Johnny L
  • Chant Robert J – DNA
  • Charfauros Michael R
  • Chargois Edward L
  • Charity Donald D
  • Charles Revnold
  • Charm Jack
  • Chastain James R
  • Chavez Joseph
  • Chechele Michael L
  • Cherrix Gary
  • Cherry Robert N – DNA
  • Chesnak John R
  • Chessher Davis E
  • Chest David J
  • Chevis Ivory Jr
  • Chew Joseph D
  • Childers Michael
  • Chinen Paul – DNA
  • Chisholm Roderick A
  • Choate David L
  • Christianson Gary A
  • Chumley Mike L
  • Chun Terence J
  • Church Greg K
  • Cisroros Daniel J
  • Claiberne Kenneth J
  • Clair Donald A
  • Clair Jerry S
  • Clark David
  • Clark Davis – DNA
  • Clark Dorrance E
  • Clark Larry D
  • Clark Lee H
  • Clark Leoliver
  • Clark Norman L
  • Clark Ronnie L
  • Clark Timothy D
  • Clatterbuck John A
  • Clayton Douglas W
  • Claytor Justin A
  • Cleator John D
  • Cleghorn Dennis G
  • Clem James E
  • Clement Richard E
  • Clements Roger N
  • Clift Rolland B
  • Clifton Donald L
  • Clinton Timothy Q
  • Cloutier Philip N
  • Coates Larry J
  • Cobey Michael
  • Cochran Steven A
  • Coco Pedro
  • Coffman Raymond J
  • Cole Richard L
  • Colegrove James F
  • Coleman Donald S
  • Coleman Louis
  • Coles Dana E
  • Coley Otha L
  • Colin Y Alfred
  • Collins Danny
  • Collins Michael J
  • Collins Walter
  • Collo Lloyd G Jr – DNA
  • Colon Jose A
  • Colquitt Joe
  • Colthart Thomas M
  • Combs Thomas W
  • Commander Frank
  • Concelman Timothy F
  • Concepcion Augustine
  • Conger John W
  • Coning Eldon C
  • Connelly Raymond
  • Connelly William A
  • Conners Bradley
  • Connor Paul L
  • Conrad Gary E
  • Conrad Ralph R
  • Conroy Charles A
  • Conroy Edward F
  • Conroy Michael – DNA
  • Contemprato Roberto
  • Contratto Robert E
  • Cook Anthony
  • Cook Bille R – DNA
  • Cook John D
  • Cook Rodney L
  • Cook William R
  • Cooper Jonathan – DNA
  • Cooper Michael A
  • Cooper Michael D
  • Coppernoll Matthew A
  • Corbett Woodrow
  • Cormier John J
  • Cornell Burton B
  • Cornett Hershel W
  • Corrigan William P
  • Corris Michael S
  • Cosby Milton L
  • Cosgrove William C – DNA
  • Cote Alan R
  • Cote Gerard A
  • Cotton John W
  • Cottrill Charles G
  • Couch James D
  • Coulombe Marc P
  • Courtney Mark W
  • Covar Charles E
  • Cove Antonio E
  • Cox Charles B
  • Cox Dale L
  • Cox Harold E
  • Coyne Clinton F
  • Cozzlino Charles W
  • Crabtree David D
  • Cramer Gregory R
  • Cratty Mark A
  • Cravener John C
  • Cravens Danal L
  • Crawford Douglas M – DNA
  • Crawford Garnett
  • Crawford Michael E
  • Cressell Arnold E
  • Crews Alton E
  • Crisman Bernard
  • Crockett Brian D
  • Cross Richard G
  • Croteau Ronald P
  • Crounse Frank E
  • Crowe Robert T
  • Cruise Darrell E
  • Cruz Juan A
  • Cuadra Gregory J
  • Cuadrado Velazquez
  • Cuffee Richard
  • Culbertson Randal J
  • Culpepper Bobby R
  • Cummings Henry
  • Cummings Phillip A
  • Cummings Richard D
  • Cunningham Willie Jr
  • Cupps Timothy M
  • Curles Lawrence J
  • Curnett Alan R
  • Curtis David L
  • Custer Eric L
  • Custer Russell J
  • Cutlip Stanley E
  • Czarnecki Victor J
  • D’Amico Gregory A
  • Dager Michael V
  • Daily Curtis E
  • Daily John F
  • Dalls Jimmy R
  • Damuth Dennis L
  • Daniel Harry B
  • Daniels Jere A – DNA
  • Daniels Jesse L
  • Daniels Theodore G
  • Danley Danny
  • Danza Lawrence
  • Darby Johnny
  • Darby Nathan
  • Darienzo Carl P
  • Darvey Richard F
  • Daugherty James D
  • Dauncey Larry F
  • David Robert E
  • Davidson Thomas E
  • Davila Jose
  • Davis Bobbie
  • Davis Carlton
  • Davis Danna L
  • Davis Donald R
  • Davis Ernet T
  • Davis George D
  • Davis Jacob
  • Davis Jay M
  • Davis John
  • Davis Juan F
  • Davis Richard E
  • Davis Richard F
  • Davisd Thomas A
  • Dawson James J
  • Day Charles E – DNA
  • Day Harold J
  • Deagon Brian L – DNA
  • Dean Jeffery A
  • Dean Julia A – DNA
  • Dean Scott E
  • Deardorff Johnny R
  • Deaton Ervin
  • Deavila Jerry J
  • DeCena Larry F
  • DeDijer Peter A
  • Deemer Ivin R
  • Degeneffe Delano E – DNA
  • DeGraff Howard A
  • DeJaegher Robert M
  • DeJesus Antonio J
  • Deka David J
  • Del Castillo Emillio
  • Dela Cruz Guillermo
  • Delacruz Ramon B
  • Delacruz Wilfred G
  • DeLaire Victor
  • Deleon Luis E
  • Delevega Edward R – DNA
  • Delgado Victor
  • Delvalle Ismael Jr
  • Demers Charles F
  • DeMill Rickey D
  • Deninger Micheal W
  • Denning David B
  • Denny John W Jr
  • DeNoyer Donald K
  • Derricott Robert L
  • Deschryuer James E
  • Desilets Serge
  • Desjardins William P
  • Devault Joseph W
  • Devereux Roy L
  • Devers Jimmy J
  • Devis Thomas W
  • Dew Eddie J
  • Dewall David A
  • Di Filippo Julio L
  • Dibble John E
  • Dick Frederick
  • Dickinson Don M – DNA
  • Dickinson Jeffrey A
  • Diggs Wendell K
  • Digrazia John E Jr – DNA
  • Dillon James H
  • Dimerson Lenny R
  • Dishaw James D
  • Dittman William A
  • Diveley Edward L
  • Dixon Donald W
  • Dixon Herbert E
  • Dobesh Robert E
  • Dodd David J
  • Dodd Edwin N – DNA
  • Dodson Kelcy M
  • Doherty Richard E
  • Doiron Gerald F
  • Doly Charles W
  • Domingue Harold R
  • Donahue Michael D
  • Donald Steven K
  • Donovan Edward W
  • Dooley Carleton S
  • Dorn Ronald H
  • Dorsey John L
  • Dorsey Robert
  • Doss Ronald L
  • Dossche Daniel J
  • Douglas Arthus L
  • Douglas Eddie H
  • Dowd Kerry S
  • Drago James W
  • Drapala Edward J
  • Drennan Robert D
  • Drury Jenkins P
  • Dubose Ishmun D
  • Dubose Michael E
  • Dubuc Scott
  • Duckenfield John S
  • Ducote Aaron J
  • Duenas Alfredo
  • Duffy David
  • Dumond Edward W
  • Dunbar Richard D
  • Duncan George M
  • Dungca Walter V
  • Dunlap Howard E
  • Dunn Earl V
  • Dunn Tom A
  • Durel Donald E
  • Duren Kinzy D Jr
  • Duzan Brad M
  • Dyer Richard J
  • Dymond Roy V
  • Eary George D
  • Easterly Lester P – DNA
  • Eastin Ivan
  • Eastman John C
  • Easton George W
  • Ebert Kenneth P
  • Eberts Randall G
  • Ebisu Kenneth T
  • Eby Clifford J
  • Edwards Audie S
  • Edwards James B – DNA
  • Edwards Robert K
  • Ehlenbach Thomas M
  • Ehmke Rick L
  • Elde Stephen E
  • Elder Robert P
  • Elliott Joseph M
  • Elliott Reginald D
  • Ellis Gerald L
  • Ellis John
  • Ellis Kim J
  • Elzy Karl R
  • Engel Scott G
  • English Sammy L
  • Enriquez Cesar P
  • Enriquez Henry
  • Epps Litton B
  • Erickson Albert J – DNA
  • Erickson Richard J – DNA
  • Ernzen James J
  • Esancy Frank J Jr
  • Esco Hugh R Jr – DNA
  • Eskey Michael J
  • Essia John D
  • Esta Melecio
  • Estes James H
  • Etsell Stephen C
  • Evans Alfozo L
  • Evans Charles J
  • Evans Joseph C
  • Evans Marvin
  • Evans Nelson W
  • Evans Peter W
  • Evans Richard T
  • Evans Richie
  • Everett Wayne L
  • Everhart Robert J
  • Evers Dale J
  • Evers Kimberly C
  • Everson Mark A
  • Faagau Mati A
  • Faaituala Saifoloi
  • Fafard George
  • Faleafine Komiko
  • Fanelli Frank F
  • Farfan Agustin S
  • Farr Stephen J
  • Faulkner Frank
  • Faust Meade A
  • Faust Ronald C
  • Fawson Dennis
  • Fedraw Ronald H
  • Fehrenback Richard H
  • Felix Edward L
  • Fell John
  • Fellows Mark V
  • Fenwick Raymond T
  • Ferguson Kenneth W – DNA
  • Ferguson King I
  • Fernandez Alvin
  • Fernandez Francisco
  • Ferrer Israel
  • Fetui Faaaoga A
  • Field Ronald L
  • Field Steve A
  • Finister Charles L
  • Finlay Danny P – DNA
  • Fischer Edward
  • Fishburne James
  • Fisher Isaiah Jr
  • Fleming Dale G
  • Fleming Edward S
  • Fleming Ronald D
  • Fletcher Thomas E
  • Flick Bette A – DNA
  • Flint Randolph A – DNA
  • Flores Bacilio G
  • Flores John P
  • Florina Demetrio
  • Flowers Sam Jr
  • Foland James M
  • Folk James B
  • Folmar Willie C
  • Fonville Edward L
  • Forbes Alfred
  • Forbes Keith
  • Ford Charles E – DNA
  • Ford Dennis
  • Ford Richard P
  • Forrest William A
  • Forrestes John W – DNA
  • Fosdick Walter L
  • Foster Anthony W
  • Foster Craig W – DNA
  • Foster Larry
  • Foster Michael L
  • Foster Michael R
  • Foster Richard C
  • Fotovich Lawrence A
  • Foulk William C
  • Foutch Virgil J
  • Fowler Marc T
  • Fowler Robben T
  • Fox McCuen
  • Fox Robert A
  • Foxworth Raymond S
  • Frager John W
  • Frakes Hoy E
  • Franco Antonio M
  • Frank David
  • Franks Simuel M
  • Frase Bruce W
  • Fraser Thomas H
  • Frazee Edward L
  • Frazier Danny R
  • Frazier Robert L
  • Freeman Albert S
  • Freeman Charles H
  • Fregoe Gregory C
  • Frezell Thomas L
  • Friday Kenneth L
  • Fritz John S
  • Frost Carl J
  • Fruhwirth Michael J
  • Fryson Sylvestere
  • Fujiyoshi Yoshinobu
  • Fuller Eugene C
  • Funk Charles W
  • Fura Christop P
  • Galima Randy A
  • Gall William
  • Gallagher James L
  • Gallagher William
  • Gallerane Mark G
  • Gallets Stephen M
  • Galligan Kevin T
  • Gamin Jesse
  • Gange Thomas R
  • Gannon James F
  • Garber James R
  • Garcia Fernanado
  • Garcia Jesus J
  • Garner Gerald G – DNA
  • Garrett Michael
  • Garrett Steven D
  • Garrity Michael D
  • Garwood Timothy
  • Garza Abel
  • Gauff Keith W
  • Gauthier Phillip P
  • Gauttier Gregory G
  • Gearhart Brian K
  • Gehring Carl H
  • Gennett Jeffrey J
  • Gentry Kenneth
  • George Joseph L
  • Gerity Michael
  • Gettier Albert F
  • Geyer Thomas H
  • Gholson Ronnie W – DNA
  • Giacone Harry J
  • Giammarco John
  • Gibbs Jack C
  • Gibbs Richard
  • Gilbert Ralph D
  • Gillins Morris E
  • Gillman David M
  • Gilmore Hugh A
  • Gilmore Paul B
  • Gilpatric Russell E
  • Girardin Normand R
  • Givens Aaron
  • Gleason Gordon S
  • Glenister Frederick
  • Godfery Robert B
  • Godines Homero
  • Goff Ernest S
  • Goins Don E
  • Golat William F
  • Goley Henry L
  • Gomes Anthony
  • Gomez Robert D
  • Gonsales Robert
  • Gonzales Michael A
  • Goode Melvin A – DNA
  • Goodine Charles V
  • Goodley Preston
  • Goodman Kenneth
  • Goodman Mark
  • Goodrich Michael R
  • Goostree Franklin
  • Gordon Albert C
  • Gorecki John R
  • Gorman Raymond R
  • Goss Thadis
  • Goulet Steven G
  • Goulty John M
  • Gozel Stanley
  • Grace Edgar L
  • Grace Harold F
  • Gracey Hugh W – DNA
  • Gracey Thomas E
  • Graham Robert
  • Graham Terrence A
  • Gramazio Ronald J
  • Graney David M
  • Granlund Gregory J
  • Grant Richard V
  • Grasso Dino B
  • Graves Christop B
  • Gray Charles M
  • Gray Eric A
  • Green Clifford A
  • Green David T
  • Green Franklin
  • Green Gregory A
  • Green Jerome Jr
  • Green Larry
  • Green Len T
  • Green Richard D
  • Greene Benjamin Q
  • Greene Patrick M
  • Greene Timothy P
  • Greer Jerry
  • Greer Thomas U – DNA
  • Gregerson Michael D
  • Gregg Jackie L – DNA
  • Gregory Kevin L
  • Gregston Lyndol E
  • Grevious Robert A
  • Gribbs Harold K
  • Griffin Darnell
  • Griggs Eli C
  • Griggs Stanley H
  • Grimes Steven R
  • Griswald Lamont J
  • Groat Richard A
  • Groesbeck Walter F
  • Grogan Edward T
  • Groke Chris A
  • Gromek Joseph E
  • Gross Eugene H
  • Groves Michael E
  • Grow Roscoe G
  • Gruber Mark A
  • Gruenburg William W
  • Gudz George W – DNA
  • Guelow Robert B
  • Guerra Miguel A
  • Guerra Zeferino H
  • Guerrero Armando R
  • Guilliams Leslie E
  • Guilmette Howard – DNA
  • Guinther Terry A
  • Gumabon Peter P
  • Gustafson William G – DNA
  • Guttenbeil Hamani
  • Guy David C – DNA
  • Haag Larry K
  • Hagan Kenneth C
  • Hagar Timothy E
  • Haggin Melvin V – DNA
  • Hale Arthur M
  • Hale Jimmy J
  • Hall Alvin L – DNA
  • Hall Earl D – DNA
  • Hall Guy L
  • Hall Jesse J
  • Hall Morris W – DNA
  • Hall Raymond D
  • Hall Thomas D
  • Hall Warren O
  • Hallanger Scott D
  • Haller William
  • Halleran Kenneth E – DNA
  • Hama Raymond Jr
  • Hamby Bill J
  • Hamilton Bruce E
  • Hamm Lawrence W
  • Hammonds Jerome
  • Hampton Ray L Jr
  • Handbury Michael G
  • Handy Larry B
  • Hanlin Elwood R
  • Hanlon Terry P
  • Hannah Karry W
  • Hannaman Glenn O Jr
  • Hanson James D
  • Hanson Lawrence L
  • Hanson Len R
  • Haraszko Dennis A – DNA
  • Harden Charles
  • Hardgraves Michael E
  • Hardin Leland P
  • Hardy Justin L
  • Hardy Raymon F
  • Hardy Walter B
  • Hargrove Tony
  • Harlin Terrell E
  • Harrell Bradford F
  • Harried Amos
  • Harris James G
  • Harris Jeffrey
  • Harris William
  • Harrison Colemen
  • Harrison David V
  • Harrison Edward S
  • Harrison Richard W
  • Harrison Thurl W
  • Harrison Willard R
  • Hartley Timothy W
  • Hartsell Terry H
  • Hasenmueller Kenneth
  • Haskens Anthony C
  • Hatch Henry J – DNA
  • Hatch Louis B Jr – DNA
  • Hatfield Ronald R
  • Hathaway Donald R
  • Hauenstein Alan D
  • Havlick Charles A
  • Hawes Charles W
  • Hawk Robert
  • Hawkins Daniel Jr
  • Hawkins Matthew
  • Hawkinson Norman L
  • Hawley James D
  • Hayes Clarence
  • Hayes Darwin
  • Hayes John V
  • Hayman Joseph J
  • Haynes Billy R
  • Hayslup Joseph C
  • Headley J R
  • Healy Thomas E
  • Hearn Wiiliam A
  • Heath Robert
  • Heathco Leland G
  • Heck Gregory S – DNA
  • Hector John D
  • Heeling Johannes J
  • Hein Lynn J
  • Heistland Don A
  • Helci Leonard L
  • Heldt Donald L
  • Hemler John V Jr – DNA
  • Henderson John
  • Hendrickson Charles – DNA
  • Hendrickson Jeffrey C
  • Hendrickson Roger L
  • Henry Henry G
  • Henry Kevin M
  • Henry Willie L
  • Hermann Eugene O
  • Hermey Aaron E
  • Hernandez Leonard C
  • Herrera Augustin G
  • Herrera Enrque
  • Herrera Francisco
  • Herrera Gabriel
  • Herrera Joseph
  • Herring Donald W
  • Herringdine Larry
  • Herry Henry G
  • Hertzog Richard S
  • Heskett Gerald
  • Hewitt Doyle M
  • Hickam Michael B – DNA
  • Hickey Daniel J – DNA
  • Hickey Edward E
  • Hicks Darrel L
  • Hicks Michael
  • Hicks Michael J
  • Hidden Donald J
  • Higginbotham Travis
  • Higgins Carl D
  • Hildreth Carroll D
  • Hildreth Rusty W
  • Hill Brent A
  • Hill Dan
  • Hill Michael C
  • Hill Solomon
  • Hill Steven R
  • Hinch James V
  • Hinderman James R
  • Hineline Richard L
  • Hockin Richard L
  • Hodge John L
  • Hodge Thomas O
  • Hofacker Jeffrey D
  • Hofer Robert A
  • Hoffman Lee A
  • Hoffmann David
  • Hogan Michael J
  • Hogan Robert G
  • Holbrook Terry A
  • Holcomb Walter
  • Holden Daniel E
  • Holden Steven D
  • Holesy Alvin L
  • Holland Randall J
  • Holliman Jimmie C
  • Hollingsworth Glen A
  • Hollister Michael
  • Holloway Charles A
  • Holloway Delferd A
  • Holloway Gary W
  • Holmes Claude B
  • Holmes David E
  • Holmes Gerald L
  • Holmes Vincent
  • Holmgren Glenn R
  • Holston Michael W
  • Holt Charles
  • Honeycutt Wilbur F – DNA
  • Honeysette Jody
  • Hood Robert L
  • Hoover Mark D
  • Hopkins Michael A
  • Horn Randy L
  • Horne Robert
  • Horten Michael S
  • Horton Garrey C
  • Hoskins Alfred L
  • Hosmer Terry L
  • Hosp Kirk L
  • Hotchkiss Glen A – DNA
  • House Gregory A
  • Houser Homer F
  • Howard Dennis E
  • Howell Ronald E
  • Howell Samuel A – DNA
  • Hubner Howard P
  • Huckabee Joseph A
  • Hudson Charles A
  • Hudson James W
  • Huerta Erasmo
  • Huffman Emmett B
  • Huffman James L
  • Hughes Edward F
  • Hughes Isaac E
  • Hughes Kenneth E
  • Huighe Michael A
  • Hunt John W
  • Hunter Willie A
  • Huntzinger Rollin L
  • Huppman Mark A
  • Hura David L
  • Hurd Frederick
  • Hustead Michael L
  • Hutchings Charles B
  • Hutchinson Michael
  • Hutchinson Richard E
  • Hutchison Aaron S
  • Hutchison Charles D
  • Huth Edwin
  • Hyder Thomas B
  • Hymer Daniel J
  • Iacomacci Conard
  • Iglehart Thomas D
  • Ihrig Jerry R
  • Imel Mark R
  • Ingram Joseph L
  • Ioane Tauailotd
  • Irwin Michael J
  • Isaako Alielu
  • Isenblatter Larry R
  • Ivey Nori F
  • Jackson Allen J
  • Jackson Brian M
  • Jackson Darrell B
  • Jackson Ian B
  • Jackson John J
  • Jackson Larry L
  • Jackson Philip K
  • Jackson Prince lll
  • Jackson Samuel Jr
  • Jacobs Larry W
  • Jacobsen Kenneth K
  • Jacobson Randal E
  • Jacques Gilbert Jr
  • James Darrell E
  • James Peter B
  • James Raymond F
  • James Richard
  • Jankas Michael W
  • Japp Steven D
  • Jaramillo Paul M
  • Jares Joseph A
  • Jarrett Winsoton L
  • Jarvis Ernest R
  • Jarvis Timothy P
  • Jeffries Norman
  • Jenkins Donald L
  • Jenkins Lee R
  • Jenkins Philip W
  • Jenks Michael M – DNA
  • Jennings Larry E
  • Jensen Kelly B
  • Jensen Russell M
  • Jenson Thomas E
  • Jimenez Ryan E
  • Johnson Anthony D
  • Johnson Barry
  • Johnson Curtis E
  • Johnson Dale C
  • Johnson Darryl A – DNA
  • Johnson David C
  • Johnson Davy T
  • Johnson Dwight L
  • Johnson George E
  • Johnson Kenneth F
  • Johnson Kenneth F
  • Johnson Lidge
  • Johnson Oscar J
  • Johnson Philip E
  • Johnson Raymond J
  • Johnson Ricky L
  • Johnson Roderic
  • Johnson Russell – DNA
  • Johnson Thomas A
  • Johnson Walter J
  • Johnson Wayne P
  • Johnson Webb M
  • Johnson William L
  • Johnson Willie J
  • Johnston John J
  • Johnston John W Jr
  • Johnstone James W
  • Jolla Daniel A
  • Jones Alfred M
  • Jones Allen D
  • Jones Brian F
  • Jones Carl F
  • Jones Claude
  • Jones Danny E
  • Jones Donald E
  • Jones Earnest
  • Jones Eric L
  • Jones Gregory V
  • Jones Harrie T
  • Jones Jack R
  • Jones James W
  • Jones Jeffrey F
  • Jones John F
  • Jones Joseph K
  • Jones Larry
  • Jones Raymond J
  • Jones Robert W
  • Jones Wade F
  • Jones William K
  • Jones Willie L
  • Jong ll J
  • Jordan James L
  • Jordan Nelson P
  • Jordan Wayne A
  • Josey Joe L
  • Josey Marvin
  • Joshlin Coleman Jr
  • Judson Gerald A
  • Juist Mark A
  • Julik David W
  • Junas Keith
  • Justice Edward L
  • Kachman William E
  • Kafury Charles M
  • Kahili Michael N
  • Kahly Ralph E
  • Kaina William E
  • Kamelamela Mallory D
  • Kane Donald
  • Kaneshiro Richard Y
  • Kaniho Chris E
  • Kapp Thomas E
  • Karjala William P
  • Kawamata Richard S
  • Keairnes Robert P
  • Kearney Randy M
  • Keaweehy Stanley
  • Kebisek James M
  • Keck John L
  • Keefer Randy E
  • Keels Michael
  • Keene John R
  • Keene Timothy R
  • Keith Ernest D
  • Keller Orlander L
  • Keller William O
  • Kellerman Joseph E
  • Kelley Clifford W
  • Kelley Michael T
  • Kellogg Eldon H Jr
  • Kelly Ollie
  • Kelly Orris E
  • Kelly Patrick R
  • Kelly Zachary
  • Kendoll Lyle G
  • Kennedy Bruce – DNA
  • Kennedy Thomas Jr
  • Kennon Michael B
  • Kent Danny L
  • Kent James R
  • Keown Terry
  • Keplinger Blaine M
  • Kerr Donald A
  • Kester Penrose E
  • Kief Kenneth E
  • Kiehl Paul V Jr
  • Kiger James E
  • Kihe Ernest K
  • Kilgore Darrell
  • Kim Girard Y
  • Kimmel Robert V
  • Kindell Richard D
  • Kindred Jack L
  • King Henry
  • King Jonathan J
  • King Larry A
  • King Little D – DNA
  • King Marcus D
  • King Mark E
  • King Michael E
  • King Paul L – DNA
  • King Peter D
  • Kirby Gurnie J
  • Kirk Van
  • Kirves Bruce E
  • Kissinger Don L
  • Kjelgaard Kurt F
  • Klages George K
  • Klaus William T
  • Kleb George R
  • Klein Thomas M
  • Kline Howard L – DNA
  • Knapp Jonathan S
  • Knapp William – DNA
  • Knight Curtis R
  • Knight Raymond E
  • Knox Bernard A
  • Kochman Robert K – DNA
  • Koening Douglas R
  • Kohler Joseph E
  • Koker Chris A
  • Konfrasky Kenneth
  • Konys Walter W
  • Koole Thomas L
  • Koonce Marion A
  • Kosko William G
  • Kovalcik Joseph F
  • Kowalczyk Richard
  • Kozaiatek Norbert W – DNA
  • Kratz Lyle P
  • Kreynest Douglas A
  • Kroeck Ralph D
  • Kroemmelbein Dan
  • Kruse Michael L
  • Kuamoo Russell
  • Kudlesky Allen S
  • Kunkel Kenneth M
  • Kunz Raymond F
  • Kyle Andrew J
  • Kyle Christophe
  • Labasan Joseph F
  • Laboy Jaun J
  • Laboy Jesse V
  • Lacasse Mark F
  • Lackey John M
  • Ladely Joe A
  • Laferriere Robert E
  • Laflamme Daniel
  • Lafollette Donald R
  • Lafond Clovis O
  • Lafrance Mark L
  • Lagesse Randy P
  • Lagrand Stephen J
  • Laguatan Gilbert
  • Laird Paul E ll
  • Laird Virgil L
  • Laizure David A
  • Lamb Donn W
  • Lamb Joseph J
  • Lamertina Gregory M
  • Lanci Anthony F
  • Lane Darrell G
  • Laney Henry A
  • Lang Douglas F
  • Lang Ronald E
  • Lang Thomas E
  • Lange Richard R
  • Lankford James G
  • Lantz Kevin A
  • Laporga Tommy
  • Lara Jesus – DNA
  • Laramie John S
  • Laroe Donald P
  • Larrivee Richard R
  • Larson Jeffrey C
  • Larson Jeffrey R
  • Lashley Anthony R
  • Latham Harold
  • Latocki Bruce M
  • Lauer Joseph W
  • Laughlin Kirby
  • Laughlin Ralph
  • Laughlin Robert A
  • Lavin Mark J
  • Law Leighton L
  • Lawnick Edward M
  • Lawrence Forrest W
  • Lawrence Nicholas
  • Lawrence Robert A
  • Lawton Earnest M
  • Lawton Michael
  • Lawton Robert L
  • Lay Richard M
  • Layfou Canton
  • Layman Keith A
  • Layman Robynn P
  • Layman Roy D
  • Lazenby Raymond D
  • Lee Dwayne G – DNA
  • Lewallen George O – DNA
  • Lockwood Ronald E – DNA
  • Loggins Jerrell S – DNA
  • Louderback Kenneth L – DNA
  • Luckett Larry W – DNA
  • Ludwig Robert H – DNA
  • Ma Ka H
  • Maarsingh Ronald D
  • MacDonald Peter J
  • Macliz Ruben
  • MacVeigh Bruce S
  • Macx Macaulay David J
  • Madden Ronald L
  • Madden Thomas P – DNA
  • Mailloux Louis G
  • Makovicka Leo S
  • Maldonado Gilbert
  • Maldonado Robert E
  • Maldonado Rodolfo
  • Mallett Rodney A
  • Mallory Leroy
  • Mangrum James H – DNA
  • Mann Melvin M
  • Mansfield Scott R
  • Mapp Whitney P
  • Marchessault Steven
  • Marcotte Raymond
  • Marcy Daniel A
  • Mardls Terrance L
  • Marganti Raymond P
  • Marin Garcla Jose L
  • Markwick Daniel E
  • Marler Sammie L
  • Marsano Jesse J
  • Marshall Emmitt J
  • Martin Daniel J
  • Martin Douglas M – DNA
  • Martin Ernest A
  • Martin Larry R – DNA
  • Martinez Daniel
  • Martinez Frank W
  • Martinez Mario J
  • Masculine Richard M
  • Maskal Thomas P
  • Mason Darrell M
  • Mason Earl L
  • Mason Elgin B
  • Mason Harold C
  • Mason John T – DNA
  • Mason Kevin D
  • Massia Mark D
  • Massingill Guy R
  • Masteller James D
  • Mastoris William Jr – DNA
  • Mathews Michael J – DNA
  • Mathewson Nathan S – DNA
  • Mathis Charles O
  • Mathis John
  • Mathis Steven J
  • Matisheck James A – DNA
  • Matney Rex H
  • Matthieu Paul J
  • Mattlab Peter N
  • Mattson David L
  • Maudsley James L
  • Maulding Bernard J
  • Maulding Brain L
  • Maurer Dieter
  • Mavroudis Michael A
  • Mayo Milton T
  • Mayse Kenneth A
  • Mazat Bruce A
  • McAbee Jeffery A
  • McAfee Stephen T
  • McAskill Patrick M
  • McBride Marion
  • McCallister John C
  • McCalmon John M
  • McCann Kirk A
  • McCarn Kevin O
  • McCarthan Tony C
  • McCarthy James F – DNA
  • McCarty Phillip L
  • McClanathan Roger L
  • McCluere Richard R
  • McComas Terry D
  • McConnell James K
  • McCormick Michael F
  • McCoy Charles D
  • McCoy James B
  • McCray Harry G
  • McDaniel David M
  • McDaniel Victor R
  • McDanniel Aron
  • McDole Gregory
  • McDonald Robert A
  • McDubbine Richard A
  • McDuffie Curtis B
  • McElroy Earl R
  • McEroy Nathaniel
  • McFadden Johnny L
  • McFearin Patrick A
  • McGarrah Ronald L – DNA
  • McGaughy William E
  • McGee George W
  • McGee Thomas
  • McGee William J – DNA
  • McGinnis Patric L
  • McGinnis Rickie D
  • McGinty Leslie K
  • McGowan Ricky N – DNA
  • McGregor Danniel R
  • Mcguiggan Michael
  • McJunkin Mark W
  • Mckean Glenn D
  • Mckee Stephen L
  • McKelvey Harold C
  • Mckennett Christop
  • McKenzie Scott B
  • McKenzIe Willie E
  • Mckeon Thomas V
  • Mckinney Willie L
  • Mckinnon Jerry W
  • MckinzIe Rodney W
  • Mcknight Robert K
  • McLaughlin John H
  • McLaughlin Kevin P
  • Mclean Roy T
  • McLeod Charles J
  • Mclnnis Vertis O
  • Mclntire Michael W
  • Mclntosh Milton
  • Mcmahon Kevin G
  • McMaster Richard
  • McMillan Jack O
  • McMillan Jim D
  • Mcmorrough Jerry L
  • McMullan Frank W – DNA
  • McNair Julius
  • McNary Thomas
  • McNeese Anthony
  • McOwen Robert L
  • Mcvey Randal E
  • McWaters Marlyn D
  • McWilliams Danny R
  • Mcwilliams Michael C
  • Meade DennIs A
  • Meade Donald E
  • Mederiros Michael
  • Medina Ruben
  • Meek Ronnie A – DNA
  • Mehan Neal E
  • Melvin Jackie J
  • Melvin Terry G
  • Mendiola Roy C
  • Mendoza Phillip
  • Mercado Gilbert
  • Meredith Daivid L – DNA
  • Merrill Van M Jr
  • Messenger Jeffrey A
  • Metzger Arland J
  • Meyer Jerome F
  • Meyer John H
  • Meyer Leo G
  • Mezaluna Manuel
  • Mezzacappa Ronnie
  • Michael Berlie L
  • Michaud Norman P
  • Mier James J
  • Miles Grady F
  • Miley Wesley W
  • Miller Bert W
  • Miller Danny R
  • Miller David L
  • Miller Dean A
  • Miller Howard A – DNA
  • Miller Jack D
  • Miller James A
  • Miller James E
  • Miller James P
  • Miller Mark A
  • Miller Ralph O
  • Miller Russell C – DNA
  • MillIgan Rodney T
  • Millspaw Bruce V
  • Millwood Carl
  • Mimmert Brian A
  • Minor James L – DNA
  • Minter Thomas P
  • Miranda Harry G
  • Mitchell Charles P
  • Mitchell Fulton L
  • Mitchell Gabriel G
  • Mitchell John H – DNA
  • Mitchell Louis Jr
  • Mitchell Robert A
  • Mitrione Michael F
  • Mittler James A
  • Mixan Edgar J – DNA
  • Miya Leslie T
  • Miyamoto Randall
  • Mok Raymond
  • Moll Gregory P
  • Moman Martin L
  • Monahan Michael E
  • Monal Thomas A
  • Monk John B
  • Monroe Addis W
  • Monroe Patrick J
  • Montalvo Victor
  • Montgomery Bruce
  • Montgomery Melvin
  • Moody David H
  • Moody Donald E
  • Moody Wilkie C – DNA
  • Moore Michael K
  • Moran Brian S
  • Moran Richard J
  • Morelion Glibert
  • Morgan Charles R – DNA
  • Morgan Joseph W
  • Morgan Oliver A
  • Morgan Raymond H
  • Morgan Richard E
  • Morris Clinton
  • Morris Elden H
  • Morris Leo
  • Morrison Thomas B
  • Morrissey Kevin D
  • Morrow Terry M
  • Morse James S
  • Morton Nathaniel
  • Mosby Jeffery R
  • Mosley Duane
  • Mosley Paul W
  • Mosley Thomas C
  • Moss Gregory L
  • Moss Ira G
  • Moten Danna R
  • Mottas Joseph A
  • Moulis Mark D
  • Moultrie Gregory L
  • Moultrie Michael A
  • Moxley Thomas L
  • Moyer Charles W
  • Mozine James S
  • Mullen Herbert G
  • Murphy Darrell J
  • Murphy Dennis J
  • Murphy Joseph A
  • Murphy Patrick M – DNA
  • Murphy Raymond E
  • Murphy Stephen D
  • Murray Craig R
  • Musnicky Joseph R
  • Mussman James C
  • MycKo Stanley M
  • Myer Peter H – DNA
  • Myers Eric J
  • Myntti Peter I
  • Nagel Gerald A
  • Naito Gregory T
  • Nance Jerry D
  • Nary Thomas J
  • Naugle Kent F
  • Neely James C
  • Neely Mark S
  • Neff Rimothy P
  • Neff Robert H
  • Neibert Robert W
  • Neifer Richard E
  • Neighoff Irvin T
  • Nelms Lyle R
  • Nelson Craig R
  • Nelson Douglas A
  • Nelson Jay H
  • Neprud Phillip
  • Neta Charles E
  • Neuhof Hans J
  • Nevers John T
  • New Joseph B
  • Newell Wane D
  • Newsome George O
  • Newton Patrick E
  • Ngiraingas Texi K
  • Nichols Charles E
  • Nickelberry Derwin I
  • Niles James L
  • Nimmo Alvin W
  • Nixon Rickey
  • Nolte Michael E
  • Nored Ronald K
  • Norman Michael A
  • Norris Curtis D
  • Norris Robert L
  • Norris William E
  • Norton Donald W – DNA
  • Nowling Aaron L
  • Nuter David J
  • Oakhem Paul J
  • Obannon Odis G
  • Obrien James A
  • Obrien William J
  • Odom James T
  • Oelman Randall C
  • Ogden George C
  • Ogden Gregory B
  • Ogilvie David L
  • Okami Edward M
  • Oldenkamp Larry J
  • Oldham Donald R
  • Oliveira William J
  • Oliver James C
  • Olona Thomas J
  • Olson Bradley L
  • Olson Dennis C
  • Olson James A – DNA
  • Olson Roger G
  • Olson William
  • Olsten Peter D
  • Oneil Peter J
  • Ono Patrick M
  • Ormston Gary E
  • Orr William
  • Ortiz Jose E
  • Ortiz Lopez Roberto
  • Osborne Hansel E
  • Osteowski Peter E
  • Oster Douglas W
  • Overton Willie
  • Owens Andrews
  • Owens Burbege E
  • Owens Tommie L
  • Owsley Charles L
  • Pace Michale J
  • Paczelt Eugene
  • Pafaff Friedrich
  • Palmer Joseph
  • Palo Timothy E
  • Pancotto Louis A
  • Panto John D
  • Papas Earl W
  • Par Gregorio C
  • Pardo Jesus
  • Paris Chris S
  • Parker Edward
  • Parks Thomas O
  • Parks Willson G
  • Parr Kenneth K
  • Parrish Thomas J
  • Parry Scott D
  • Parsell Bruce W
  • Parton Robert B
  • Partridge Douglas W – DNA
  • Patrick Daniel J
  • Patrick James B
  • Patsote Jaime C
  • Patterson James J
  • Patterson Ruben C
  • Patton Duane C
  • Paul Perry L Jr
  • Paul Robert L
  • Paul Scott
  • Paullison Robert P
  • Paulson Michael A
  • Pawlowicz Gregory C
  • Payne Jerry L
  • Payne Joseph Jr
  • Pearson John W
  • Pece Willie J
  • Peck Dennis G
  • Peckinpaugh Clarence
  • Pelny Dwight D
  • Pember Kenneth
  • Pendergast Richard D
  • Penn Ronald V
  • Pennington Alan P
  • Peno Robert L
  • Peredo Edward B
  • Pereira Antonia M
  • Perez Guadalupe
  • Perezvillamont Alberto
  • Perkins Danny L
  • Perkins James A
  • Perot James R
  • Perrotta Thomas J
  • Perry Jerry
  • Perry Jerry D
  • Perry Robert S
  • Peters Gerald E
  • Peters Robert L – DNA
  • Peterson Hezzy H Jr
  • Pettiford Ronald E
  • Pfeffer Alan
  • Phaneuf E R Jr
  • Phillips Anthony E
  • Phillips Donald E
  • Phillips Steve
  • Piatak John R – DNA
  • Piazzi Joseph A
  • Pickering David E
  • Pickler David E
  • Pierce Ronald A
  • Pierre Ivan C
  • Pinegar Ronald D
  • Pingel Ricardo M
  • Pinkard Charlie B
  • Pinke Scott L
  • Pinkley Ronald G
  • Plemons David W
  • Pleshek Peter D
  • Plum Rodney H
  • Poa Lago M
  • Polich Victor
  • Polito William R
  • Polk Melvin Jr
  • Polk Richard W
  • Pollier Joseph L
  • Ponton Albert M
  • Poole Clifford E
  • Poole Robert A
  • Popp Jeffrey J
  • Porter Brian J
  • Porter Donnald L
  • Porter Ivan E
  • Porter John J
  • Porter Larry F
  • Porter Lee H
  • Porter Lonnie R
  • Porter Michael D
  • Posey Jerry
  • Posties Caleb
  • Pote Charles A
  • Potterf Richard W
  • Powell Edward E
  • Powell Harold E
  • Powell James C
  • Powell Ronald G
  • Powers Emerson L
  • Pozanarsky Robert A
  • Prall Eric L – DNA
  • Prater David C
  • Prather George E
  • Preciado Richard F
  • Presseau Timothy A – DNA
  • Presto Liberto
  • Preston Cameron B
  • Preston Gerald N
  • Preston Robert D
  • Prestridge Robert W – DNA
  • Prewitt Randy
  • Price Mark A
  • Price Robert M – DNA
  • Price William J – DNA
  • Proffiti James A
  • Prophet Alvin S
  • Pruett Charles I
  • Pruett George W
  • Pruitt Michael H
  • Prunty Curtis D
  • Pulis Gary C
  • Pullings Donald
  • Purcell Daniel J
  • Purdy Michael H
  • Pybas David J
  • Queja Joseph
  • Quigley James F Jr
  • Quincy Frank B
  • Quinn Graham D
  • Quinn Robbin A
  • Rabbit Richard L
  • Rachels Thomas J
  • Rademacher James A
  • Rader Larry W
  • Rados Michael D
  • Raftery Thomas L
  • Ramey Marion L
  • Ramirez Juan A
  • Ramos Remigio
  • Ramos Vicente
  • Ramstack John A
  • Randolph David J
  • Rankins Norman L
  • Raphael Franklin D
  • Rasel Jeffrey L
  • Rasmussen Gene D
  • Raso John T
  • Rathbun John L
  • Rathburn William A
  • Rawls James C
  • Rawson Douglas L
  • Ray Clark K
  • Raynis James B – DNA
  • Reaves Eddie T
  • Rebbe Steven M
  • Reddick Nathaniel
  • Redfield Corey B
  • Redfield Peter C
  • Redington Everett A
  • Reece Jerry R
  • Reed Billy R
  • Reed Kenneth L
  • Reed Max E
  • Reed Paul L
  • Reedy Jeffrey A
  • Reedy Patrick J
  • Reel David K
  • Reese Glover
  • Reeve John H
  • Reeves David L
  • Reeves Jesse W
  • Regner Franz A
  • Rehmert Colby D
  • Reid Thomas L
  • Reifke Thomas P
  • Reilly Joseph R
  • Reimann Horst W
  • Reimier Robert J
  • Rel Anthony T
  • Rendon Roy
  • Retter Clarence A
  • Revis Andrew J
  • Reyes Robert
  • Reynolds Anthony E
  • Reynolds Daniel G
  • Reynolds Dennis
  • Reynolds Ernest D
  • Reynolds Larry D
  • Reynolds Ronald M
  • Reynolds Steven E
  • Reynolds Tim O – DNA
  • Rezentes Wayne C
  • Ricco Joseph W
  • Rice Clinton
  • Rice Johnny B
  • Rice Victor R
  • Rich Chester C
  • Richardson Allan G
  • Richardson David C
  • Richardson Duane A
  • Richardson Johnny – DNA
  • Richardson William J
  • Richel Eugene J
  • Richter Jeffrey C
  • Rickard Bobby J
  • Rickett Melvin
  • Rickus George M
  • Ridgeway Gary L
  • Riggle Steve R
  • Riggs Donald G
  • Riley Jerry R
  • Riley Kevin L
  • Riley Lonnie M
  • Riley Michael F
  • Riley Paul V
  • Riley Sylvester
  • Riley Thomas J – DNA
  • Riley Wilmot T
  • Rios Anthony B
  • Riser Emmitte R – DNA
  • Ritchie Mark A
  • Ritterspack Frederick – DNA
  • Rivera Angel M
  • Rivera Fernando
  • Rivera Hector M
  • Rivera Santos Jr
  • Rivera Stanley
  • Rivera-Rosado Angel
  • Roach Randell E
  • Robbins Carl E
  • Robbins Lawrence A
  • Robbins Walter O
  • Roberson Harrol L
  • Roberson Lewis P
  • Roberts Donald D
  • Roberts Donald G
  • Roberts James
  • Roberts James L
  • Roberts Oc
  • Roberts Randell R
  • Roberts Ronald C
  • Robertson Buford A
  • Robinson David A
  • Robinson James W
  • Robinson Larry C
  • Robinson Robert D
  • Robinson Spencer H
  • Robison Ernest D
  • Rocha Erasmo G
  • Rochon Fredrick
  • Rockefeller Blair E
  • Rockhill Jeffrey H
  • Rodarte Robert Jr
  • Rodgers Darryl D
  • Rodriguez Hector M
  • Rodriguez Richard B
  • Rodriguez Robert A
  • Roe Rex A
  • Rogers James H – DNA
  • Rogers Paul E Jr
  • Rogers Solomon A
  • Rollins Lewis C
  • Rollinson Willie N
  • Rolls Anthony L
  • Ronk Michael B
  • Roper Lindell K
  • Roper Ricky S
  • Rose Daniel L
  • Rose Larry A
  • Ross Michael J
  • Rossiter David R
  • Roukat Mark
  • Rowe Albert L
  • Rowell Dana
  • Rowland James W
  • Rubio Miguel
  • Rucker Gilbert B
  • Rucker Jonas
  • Rudd Danny
  • Ruge David E
  • Rundell Helem M
  • Rundle Laurence
  • Runyon Wallace J – DNA
  • Rush Benjamin P
  • Russell Albert F – DNA
  • Russell Francis E
  • Russell Price E
  • Russell Thomas L
  • Ruud Gerald L
  • Ruyter David S – DNA
  • Ryan Lawrence M – DNA
  • Ryba Dennis M
  • Rydzewski Edmund J
  • Sabanski Richard L
  • Sadowski Edward
  • Saicido Arturo
  • Sampt Robert R
  • Samuels Mark S
  • Samuelson Howard B
  • Sanches Manuel L – DNA
  • Sanchez John J
  • Sandberg Michael L
  • Sanders Donald M
  • Sanders Robert J
  • Sanderson David B
  • Sandoval Arthur
  • Sansom George A
  • Santos Theodore J
  • Santoyo Robert M
  • Sargeant Mark R – DNA
  • Sargent William I
  • Sarnovsky David J
  • Saucedo Ernest A
  • Saucier Garry E
  • Saunders Marvin C
  • Sauter Larry W
  • Savage James H
  • Savage Kevin C
  • Sawyer Gary T
  • Sawyer Ronald M
  • Schaefer Michael T
  • Schaffer John R – DNA
  • Schaffer Ronald E – DNA
  • Schauer Burt L
  • Scheidt Donald L
  • Scherbarth Jeffrey J
  • Scherzinger Gary W
  • Schiebel Kevin W
  • Schiner George F
  • Schlapak Bob
  • Schmitt Dean G
  • Schneider Gary
  • Schneider Rama O
  • Schnell Kenneth
  • Schoby William F
  • Schroeder Richard A
  • Schubert William A – DNA
  • Schumacher Daniel L – DNA
  • Schwartz Brian L
  • Schwarz John P
  • Schwocho Niles
  • Scollon James P
  • Scott Anthony H
  • Scott David M
  • Scott Dwight G
  • Scott George W
  • Scott Lee
  • Scott Robert L
  • Scullary James R
  • Seaborn Gerald T
  • Seago Joe G
  • Sechrist David L
  • Selby Raymond B
  • Seldon Jim P
  • Self Gary C
  • Self Rodney E
  • Semelsberger Paul W
  • Sentell Russell
  • Sepulveda Mariano
  • Sermons Richard P
  • Sessions Michael G
  • Setzler Larry C
  • Sevasetast Michael N
  • Sexton Paul E
  • Seyler Dennis A
  • Shackley John W
  • Shafer Gilbert C
  • Shaffer Roy M
  • Shalosky Mark D
  • Shans Robert L
  • Shapazian Charles M
  • Shaw Walter B
  • Shawley David W
  • Shay Michael
  • Shedd William E – DNA
  • Sheehan Robert J
  • Sheffield Harold
  • Shelton Brian E
  • Shelton John E
  • Shephard Donald M
  • Sherman David
  • Shields Randall E
  • Shimabukuro Ken M
  • Shirer George A
  • Shirk Michael L
  • Shirley Jerry D
  • Shook Allen T
  • Shores Joseph P
  • Short Stephen M
  • Shortt Terry E
  • Showers Jack
  • Shum Yurys
  • Siesman Ronald A
  • Sigmon Jim R
  • Silva Steven E
  • Simmons Theodore
  • Simniok Paul W
  • Simon David P
  • Simpson James P
  • Simpson Marlin R
  • Simpson Randolph I
  • Simpson Robert B
  • Simpson Timothy P
  • Simrick Martin W
  • Sims Jerry D
  • Sims Raymond L
  • Sims William D
  • Singer Doyle W
  • Singer Tommy R
  • Singleton Larry
  • Singleton Robert R
  • Sink Jack G
  • Sirmons Gary W
  • Sisco Dale R
  • Sitten John R – DNA
  • Skantz Swen I
  • Skelton David A
  • Skidmore Carolyn – DNA
  • Slater Richard A
  • Slay William R
  • Slobojan Michael J
  • Slocum Neale A
  • Slyngman Park D
  • Small Kurt
  • Smalley Jerome D
  • Smallwood Daniel C
  • Smartt Ronald M
  • Smith Anthony
  • Smith Brent T
  • Smith Bruce A
  • Smith Carlton W
  • Smith Daniel L
  • Smith David P
  • Smith Douglas T
  • Smith Frederick
  • Smith Gary W
  • Smith Gerod O
  • Smith Harvey
  • Smith James
  • Smith James D
  • Smith Keith L
  • Smith Kelly F
  • Smith Leonard G
  • Smith Lloyd E
  • Smith Lonny B
  • Smith Milton J
  • Smith Otto B – DNA
  • Smith Robert E
  • Smith Robert G
  • Smith Robert M
  • Smith Robert R
  • Smith Roosevelt
  • Smith Scott – DNA
  • Smith Steven L
  • Smith Thomas
  • Smith Thomas R
  • Smith Warren S – DNA
  • Smith William
  • Smithwick Thomas L
  • Smythe Earl J Jr
  • Smythe John D – DNA
  • Sneed Terry
  • Snider John M
  • Snyder Dale R
  • Snyder Kurt A
  • Solheid Mark J
  • Soliz Donato P
  • Sollinger Jerry W – DNA
  • Solo Anthony A
  • Somonette Raymond F
  • Sorensen Ronald P
  • Sosa Julio V Jr
  • Soto Jose A
  • Sotomayor Rosario F
  • Sova Norman E
  • Span William H
  • Spanding Eric J
  • Spangler David – DNA
  • Sparks David A
  • Speakman Rankin M
  • Spears Mark
  • Speer Michael B
  • Speller George M
  • Spencer David D – DNA
  • Spencer Henry C
  • Spencer Joseph A
  • Spencer Ronald M – DNA
  • Sperow Charles C – DNA
  • Sperry Virgil L
  • Spink Gene A
  • Spires Johnny C
  • Spivey Gary
  • Sprague Kenneth E
  • Sprague Larry E
  • Spratt Donald W
  • St Arnaud Charles E – DNA
  • St John Terence
  • St Peter Martin L
  • Stack Robert L
  • Stacy George M
  • Stafford Edward
  • Stahl Nelson T
  • Stahlheber Charles E
  • Stallworth Billie
  • Stanfill Thomas E – DNA
  • Stanley Ronald D
  • Stanton John H Jr – DNA
  • Stark Floyd
  • Starkey Allan W
  • Staton John
  • Staubin Daniel
  • Stearns Robert F
  • Stearos Bernard A
  • Stecher Thomas A – DNA
  • Steele Robert K
  • Stefanko Richard Jr
  • Steiner Willie J
  • Stelzer Keith A
  • Stephens James B
  • Stephens Michael W
  • Stern Thomas J
  • Stevenson George Jr
  • Steverson Jerald M
  • Stewart James L – DNA
  • Stewart Martin
  • Stickler Jack D
  • Stine Leon L
  • Stockstill John D – DNA
  • Stockton Kelly
  • Stokes Jeffrey L
  • Stone Brandon B
  • Stone James R
  • Stone Paul H
  • Storm Gary D – DNA
  • Story David W
  • Stracuzzi Jay A
  • Street Jessie M
  • Street John T
  • Streit Mark E
  • Stringfellow Douglas S
  • Strobel Robert E
  • Strong Dexter D
  • Stroup Steven W
  • Sturdavant Donald P
  • Stutts James F
  • Suafoa Lafaele V
  • Suarez Luis
  • Suchosky John A
  • Sudol John T
  • Sufilka George J
  • Sullivan Ollie
  • Sullivan Terrance
  • Sullivan William J
  • Summerfield Phillip K
  • Summers Peter
  • Susulco Vicente W
  • Sutherland Richard W
  • Sutton Greg A
  • Swansen Timothy D
  • Swanson Charles E
  • Swartz James R
  • Sweeney Patrick T
  • Sweeney Thomas P – DNA
  • Swenson Steven R
  • Swieter Andrew P
  • Szlanfucht Stanley C
  • Tabudlo Victor T
  • Tackett Ricky K
  • Taeu Samuel
  • Taft James L
  • Taira Robert T
  • Talso Warner W – DNA
  • Tanaka Kenji
  • Tanke Douglas E
  • Tant Paul E
  • Tate Grayson D – DNA
  • Tate Timothy R
  • Tatro Thomas
  • Tautua Livisitone
  • Taverna Thomas P
  • Taylor Alexander
  • Taylor Darrell R
  • Taylor James E
  • Taylor Keith J
  • Taylor Larry – DNA
  • Taylor Vernon L – DNA
  • Teems Bobby J
  • Tellez Benjamin O
  • Tenney Glenn G
  • Terrell Larry A
  • Theis Raymond M
  • Thibert Philip W
  • Thomas David A
  • Thomas John H
  • Thomas Raymond B
  • Thomas Robert L
  • Thomas Ronald F
  • Thomas Steven C
  • Thompson Brian P
  • Thompson Howard M
  • Thompson Irvin D
  • Thompson Joseph C
  • Thompson Mark E
  • Thompson Timothy R
  • Thompson William
  • Thomson John B
  • Thonen Charles M
  • Thorne George E – DNA
  • Thorne Valentinoa
  • Thorner Laurence P – DNA
  • Thornhill Conan C
  • Tidwell Carl E
  • Tigilau Faau
  • Timmons Earnest – DNA
  • Timmons Richard H
  • Tinsley Peter J
  • Tippit Timothy
  • Titow John R
  • Tobler Leon N
  • Toch Maximilian – DNA
  • Todd James E
  • Todd John C
  • Todd Paul B
  • Todd Terry W
  • Toddy Joe Y
  • Tokumura Clyde M
  • Toledo Irineo R
  • Tolinos Mario N
  • Tolle Albert L
  • Tompkins George T
  • Tonic Steven M
  • Torgensen Arvin L
  • Torres Richard L
  • Torres William
  • Torres-Bauza Luis A
  • Toski Mary P
  • Tracy Sean D
  • Trager Robert O
  • Transfiguracion Manuel
  • Treat Charles J – DNA
  • Trevino Pete
  • Trevino Robert Z
  • Trevizo Raymond H
  • Trimnal William A
  • Trowbridge Calvin
  • Trudel Richard A
  • Tuck Joseph A
  • Tucker Glen H Jr
  • Tucker Lee W
  • Tucker Terry L
  • Tucker Thomas L
  • Tucker Willie E
  • Tuggle James E
  • Tumelson Bryce L
  • Tupin Edward A – DNA
  • Turanik Charles M
  • Turk Jonathan E
  • Turner James
  • Turner Joseph J
  • Turner Michael A
  • Turner Steven
  • Turner Thomas D
  • Turnidge Rodney D
  • Ulloa Robert J
  • Ulrigg Richard R
  • Underwood William B
  • Unger Raymond R
  • Upshaw Joe D
  • Urle Joseph L
  • Vaielus Asafo
  • Valentin Edwin A
  • Vallere William E
  • Vanackern Darrell D
  • Vanauken Kenneth L
  • Vanderhoff Charles H
  • Vandjk Jan
  • Vankirk Charles L
  • Vanprooyen Jan A – DNA
  • Vanslyke Paul B
  • Vargas Mario
  • Varnadore Earl D
  • Varner Donald
  • Vasquez John
  • Vassar Jimmy G
  • Vazquez Miguel A
  • Veatch Hohn D
  • Vega Joseph W
  • Vela Carlos
  • Veltman Kevin E
  • Venard James W
  • Ventrelli Frank V
  • Verbano Richard A
  • Verdugo Gary L
  • Vicente Ai T
  • Vien Richard R
  • Vigeant James T
  • Vinson Lewter
  • Vlloria Ernest
  • Volk Robert H
  • Vornbrock Thomas J
  • Vreeland Michael F
  • Wade Forrest L
  • Wade Leon R
  • Wade Robin R – DNA
  • Wagner Lawrence E
  • Wagner Mtthew J
  • Waldrop Bruce S
  • Wales James B
  • Walhgren Lynn M
  • Walker Carlton D
  • Walker John E
  • Walker Junior J
  • Walker Kenneth R – DNA
  • Walker Rowland
  • Walker Willie Jr
  • Walkerow Steven L
  • Wall James
  • Wallace Jackie R
  • Wallace John
  • Waller Kenneth R
  • Waller Thomas
  • Walters Thomas R
  • Walton Michael A
  • Wangerin Lloyd
  • Ward Ernest B
  • Ward Ralph G
  • Warren Donnell B
  • Warren Roger S
  • Washechek Charles
  • Washington Chester E
  • Washington Gregory
  • Washington Michael
  • Washington Willie H
  • Waters Lawrence A
  • Watkins Jerry
  • Watley Curtis R
  • Watson Charles H
  • Watson Michael L
  • Watts Bobby N
  • Weaver Michael W
  • Weber Ronald E
  • Weber Ronald J
  • Webster Arthur
  • Weeks Johnny W
  • Wegner James E
  • Weir James C Jr
  • Welch Clifton D
  • Welch Jack J
  • Welch Steven A
  • Wellman Dale L
  • Wells David J
  • Wendland Gerald B
  • Wendt William S
  • Wentworth Marshall D
  • Werner David A
  • Weseman Franklin L
  • West John H
  • West M C
  • West Otis
  • West Timothy C
  • Westcott Dennis
  • Westerling Rodney
  • Westfall Michael G
  • Weston Clvde
  • Wetherby David W
  • Wetherell Sterling – DNA
  • Weythman Gayle A
  • Wheeler James E
  • Wheeler Robert W
  • Whetham Allen E
  • Whitaker Royne R
  • White Clair M
  • White David W
  • White Jimmie L
  • White Richard
  • White Vernal T
  • Whitehead Titus L – DNA
  • Whitehill Ivan
  • Whitehurst Timothy
  • Whiteneck Norman S
  • Whitfield Michael S
  • Whittenburg Mike
  • Whyte Duncan T – DNA
  • Whyte Timothy W
  • Wieck Frank E
  • Wilbourn Napolean
  • Wiley James M
  • Wilgus Damon R
  • Wilhelm Edward
  • Wilkerson Bill W
  • Will Edgar O
  • Williams Brian C
  • Williams Bruce W – DNA
  • Williams Darrell
  • Williams De La Rue
  • Williams Doulas
  • Williams Dwane
  • Williams Euland L
  • Williams Frank L
  • Williams James E
  • Williams Jimmy – DNA
  • Williams John S
  • Williams Karl F
  • Williams Kent D
  • Williams Lionel
  • Williams Michael
  • Williams Ronald
  • Williams Terence
  • Williams Uk
  • Williamson Charles T
  • Willis Richard
  • Willliams Kenneth
  • Willougby Reginald D
  • Wilson David K
  • Wilson Donald T
  • Wilson James H
  • Wilson Johnny D
  • Wilson Kenneth D
  • Wilson Larry T
  • Wilson Lee V
  • Wilson Michael R
  • Wilson Richard J
  • Wilson Samuel
  • Wilson William D
  • Wilson Willliam L
  • Wimberley Robert K
  • Wingfield Damon D – DNA
  • Wisell Barry M
  • Withrow Matthew E
  • Witting Warren
  • Wolf Kevin D
  • Wolfe Daniel H
  • Wolfe Michael D
  • Wolff Herbert E – DNA
  • Wolterman John W
  • Womble Terry
  • Wong George K – DNA
  • Wood David L
  • Wood John W
  • Wood Timothy L
  • Woodard Thomas
  • Woodard Timothy A
  • Woodard William P
  • Woodrick Gary T
  • Woodruff Bradly N
  • Woods Charles E
  • Woods Charles R
  • Woods David E
  • Woods John W
  • Woods Napoleon
  • Woods Roger D
  • Woodson Walter W
  • Wooten Johnny T
  • Worchester James T
  • Workman Greg A
  • Worsham Lushene M
  • Worthy William A
  • Wright Flate Jr
  • Wright James L
  • Wright Paul L
  • Wright Robert L
  • Wynn Eric V
  • Wynn Odell Jr
  • Ximines Robert L
  • Yancy James D
  • Yearby Mckinley
  • Yellets James M
  • Yocum Frankie L
  • Yongblood Lee M
  • Yongbloood Marion
  • Yoon Kwaing
  • York Gary A
  • Young Jan W
  • Young Owen A
  • Young Ralph R
  • Young Randy E
  • Young Stuart
  • Zacchine Gregory
  • Zebell Gary E
  • Zehnpfund William F
  • Zimmerman Ronald
  • Zinniel Glenn E
  • Zirbel Dale L
  • Zitzner Ernest G
  • Zschoche Donald E
  • Zwartz Daniel E

All efforts have been made to insure the information provided is an exact copy of the original articles published by Army Times in 1980. Here are the best quality photos available of the original publication:

You can help us change our “occupational” exposure classification to “at-risk” exposure by letting your Federal Representatives know you want them to support H.R.632 – Mark Takai Atomic Veterans Healthcare Parity Act and identical Senate Bill S.283.

Continue to learn more about us from various resources shared by supporters and cleanup participants in future AtomicCleanupVets.com articles. Our articles contain photographs, videos, documents and stories shared by the actual participants who cleaned radioactive contaminated soils and materials from the surface of the islands at Enewetak Atoll.

Article written by Girard Frank Bolton, III. 1977-1979 (14 month) participant with C Company and HHC S-3 (Operations) 84th Engineer Battalion (Combat Heavy) (Fwd) Enewetak Atoll, Marshall Islands.

Much appreciation goes to John Lee Hodge for retyping the list of Army Personnel awarded the Humanitarian Service Medal from the original Army Times newsprint article and sharing photos of the article. Hodge was a Radio Operator in B Company, 84th Engineer Battalion (Combat Heavy) (Fwd) (Fwd) on Lojwa Island from 4/5/1978 – 3/6/1979.

Thanks goes to Robert Barrall for sharing his photos of the original Army Times newsprint. Barrall was an Engineer Equipment Repairman in A Company, 84th Engineer Battalion (Combat Heavy) (Fwd) on Enewetak Island from 5/8/1979 – 9/26/1979.

We are especially thankful for Army Times publishing the original article in 1980!

Our Current Mission is to help health challenged Atomic Cleanup Veterans become included in the Veterans Administration’s definition of an Atomic Veteran so we can qualify to apply for funds set aside for veterans “who participated in radiation-risk activities during active service.”

John Thomas Street – Photographic Memories

We are but a few of the Survivors of the 1977-1980 Enewetak Atoll Atomic Debris Cleanup Mission in the Marshall Islands.

Our main focus is to help each other with information and moral support during challenging times of our declining health.

Our secondary focus is to urge Congress to change the current laws and recognize soldiers of the cleanup mission as “veterans who participated in radiation-risk activities during active service.”

John Thomas Street served his time at Enewetak Atoll as a dump truck driver with the 84th Engineer Battalion from October 1978 through March 1979. He said he lived at the Lojwa Base Camp and transported radioactive materials in his dump truck twice a day from contaminated islands to Cactus Crater on Runit Island.

He shared his photographic memories with us in the hope you can refresh his (and our) memories by naming the Atomic Cleanup Veterans pictured in his photographs.

Take a close look at the men in his photos and let us know who you recognize.

  

We urge our supporters to encourage their politicians to create legislation which will include Enewetak Atoll Atomic Cleanup Participants in the U.S. Government’s definition of a veteran “who participated in radiation-risk activities during active service.”

Article written by Girard Frank Bolton, III. 1977-1979 Atomic Debris Cleanup Participant with C Company and HHC S-3 (Operations) of the 84th Engineer Battalion (Combat Heavy) (Fwd) Enewetak Atoll, Marshall Islands.

Photographs were provided by John Thomas Street, Atomic Cleanup Veteran, 84th Engineer Battalion (Combat Heavy) (Fwd) (Fwd), Enewetak Atoll, Marshall Islands.

25 March 2016 Status of Survivors Roster Report

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We are but a few of the Survivors of the 1977-1980 Enewetak Atoll Atomic Debris Cleanup Mission in the Marshall Islands. 

Our Original Mission was to relocate and entomb radioactive fallout and debris from the surface of the islands of Enewetak Atoll so the dri-Enewetak Islanders could return to their beautiful homeland of 40 Islands in the Marshall Islands.

We accomplished our Humanitarian Mission in 1980. Currently, some of us have health challenges related to cleaning up radiation produced by 43 atomic bombs tested in the Pacific Proving Grounds during the Cold War’s Atomic Test Program.

On May 6th 2014, we started collecting information about our health challenges.

As of 25 March 2016, we have 342 responses to our survey.

 

In response to who was your employer during the Enewetak Atoll Atomic Debris Cleanup Mission the answers are as follows:

  • According to The Radiological Cleanup of Enewetak Atoll published by the Defense Nuclear Agency in 1981, 8,033 people were involved in the 1977 – 1980 Mission. The response vs total participants breakdown is as follows:
    • 282 of the 2670 Army participants responded (10.6%).
    • 74 of the 2207 Navy participants responded (3.4%).
    • 46 of the 740 Air Force participants responded (6.2%).
    • 5 of the 1011 DOE & Contractor participants responded (0.5%).
    • 0 of the 597 DOI/TTPI participants responded (0%).
    • 8 of the 246 DNA/JTG participants responded (3.3%).
    • 0 of the 49 Journalist participants responded (0%).
    • 3 of the 513 Others participants responded (0.6%).
    • 418 of the 8033 Total Participants Responded (5.2%).

In response to which island did you live on while at Enewetak Atoll, the answers are as follows:

  • 251 lived on Enewetak Island (62%).
  • 147 lived on Lojwa Island (38%).
  • A total of 408 replied to this question.

In response to the Health Challenges believed to be due to exposure to Ionized Radiation during the Mission, 348 responded.

  • 201 claim health challenges are due to Radiation Exposure (58%).
  • 147 claim no health challenges due to Radiation Exposure (42%).

In response to Veterans Administration Assistance Status, 352 responded.

  • 101 reported they are receiving VA Health Assistance.
  • 30 reported they have pending VA Health Assistance Claims.
  • 149 reported they have no need for VA Health Assistance.
  • 79 reported “Other” as their VA Health Assistance Status.

We appreciate each and every Atomic Cleanup Veteran who helped our readers get a clearer view of the background and current status/consequences reported by participants of our Humanitarian Mission.

You can help us change our “occupational” exposure classification to “at-risk” exposure by letting your Federal Representatives know you want them to support Hawaii’s Rep. Mark Takai’s Bill H.R. 3870 Atomic Veterans Healthcare Parity Act.

Continue to learn more about us from various resources shared by supporters and cleanup participants in future AtomicCleanupVets.com articles. Our articles contain photographs, videos, documents and stories shared by the actual participants who cleaned radioactive contaminated soils and materials from the surface of the islands at Enewetak Atoll.

Article written by Girard Frank Bolton, III. 1977-1979 (14 month) participant with C Company and HHC S-3 (Operations) 84th Engineer Battalion (Combat Heavy) (Fwd) Enewetak Atoll, Marshall Islands.

Our Current Mission is to help health challenged Atomic Cleanup Veterans become included in the Veterans Administration’s definition of an Atomic Veteran so we can qualify to apply for funds set aside for veterans “who participated in radiation-risk activities during active service.”

Viewpoint: Vern Bates

 

Vern Bates

Viewpoint: Vern F. Bates

Branch: US Army

Job: 61C10 Transportation Battalion LARC Mechanic (Light Amphibious Resupply Cargo)

Location: Lojwa, Marshall Islands

When: 9/10/1978-12/10/1978

Quote: “It seemed we left more contamination than what we really cleaned up…”

Viewpoint: Vern F. Bates

Q – Before you were sent to the Marshall Islands, what did you know about the location or the mission?

A – Going to Enewetak? All we knew was that after seven days in Hawaii, we were in the Marshall Islands. We went to an in-processing deal and were told about the dangers of the sea life, not to eat the fish and not to eat any of the natural stuff from the islands.

Q – What was your job while you were there and what sort of protective equipment did you use?

A – When we first arrived, we were stationed on Enewetak. We ended up over on Lojwa but were moved back to Enewetak for what they called the ‘southern cleanup’. The thing is, they had the Air Force guys over there too for decontamination detail. It stood to reason then that there had to have been some kind of contamination present. So you’d think we’d have had some kind of protective gear to wear, but no. The only time we had anything was in the very beginning: banana suits they called them. We messed with those one time and that was it. We never saw any major protective gear; boots, shorts, and maybe an occasional T-shirt. We were told there weren’t any safety hazards to worry about. Never mind the fact that we dumped a lot of hot stuff (radioactive/contaminated) over there, especially into the lagoon.

Q – When did you first realize or suspect that the work environment you were once subjected to wasn’t right?

A – When did I suspect anything was wrong with this mission? Well, that’s a tough question. I never really suspected anything while I was there. It was more after the fact. Myself, I really didn’t feel like I was in any kind of trouble. I mean, I trusted the government. (Maybe I shouldn’t have done that.) As you know, we just had one of our LARC guys pass recently; Todd Lentini. Todd was a mechanic, too. He was there when I was and went back for another tour. Last Christmas he was diagnosed with cancer and by February he was gone.

They had civilian contractors over there that did the cooking for us. We had been told in safety briefing that we weren’t supposed to eat anything from the islands but those guys cooked stuff from out of the lagoon quite often. I never ate any of it, but some guys did.

Q – What prompted you to share your experiences with the world?

A – I thought I’d share my experiences at Enewetak because of all the health problems popping up among the other guys who served there. That, and the fact that the VA doesn’t want to help anybody. I mean, I don’t know if I’ve got any condition related to the time I spent there: I have some cardiac issues but not sure if that’s related to Enewetak.”

Q – If you could commandeer the cameras and the mics at the next State of the Union Address, and address the entire nation about your time and the repercussions AFTER the Rock, what would be the message you would convey?

A – As LARC guys, we were TDY. We were there to support to the 84th Engineers. Ours was a small group compared to them. So while I may not be as actively involved as some of the guys, I want to help. Many of my brothers are fighting some serious battles….

I am but one of a few of the survivors of the 1977-1980 Enewetak Atoll Atomic Debris Cleanup Mission that took place in the Marshall Islands.

A major focus of this group has been to help one another with information and moral support during some of the challenging times we’ve encountered following our time in service at Enewetak.

A secondary focus/goal is to urge Congress to change current law and recognize Cold War Era soldiers of the Enewetak Cleanup Mission as “veterans who participated in radiation-risk activities during active service.”

By obtaining this second goal, individuals experiencing health complications resulting from radiation exposure at Enewetak Atoll will be eligible to apply for benefits that have previously been set-aside for other Atomic Veterans who have already been recognized and acknowledged for their service by RECA.

We urge our supporters to encourage their politicians to support legislation which will include Enewetak Atoll Atomic Cleanup Participants in the U.S. Government’s definition of a veteran “who participated in radiation-risk activities during active service.”

Article written by T-M Fitzgerald, a published author and self-professed Veterans Advocate.

Request for Interviews: Over 8,000 people participated in the 1977 – 1980 Enewetak Atoll Atomic Debris Cleanup Mission. I’ve already interviewed nearly 25% of the Atomic Cleanup Veterans who have reconnected with our group. If you participated in the mission, please contact me, T-M Fitzgerald so you can schedule your 30 minute interview too. I’ve been told I’m easy to talk with and I am not shy to say I feel honored every time I meet another Atomic Cleanup Veteran.

Viewpoint: Vela Carlos

 

Vela Carlos - Current

Viewpoint: Vela Carlos

Branch: US Army

Job: 11B, Infantryman

Location: Lojwa, Marshall Islands

When: 3/1/1978-10/1/1978

Quote: “We were trying to save the world for other people but we were the ones getting screwed…”

Viewpoint: Vela Carlos

Q – Before you were sent to the Marshall Islands, what did you know about the location or the mission?

A – My introduction to this project in the Marshall Islands went something like this. I was brought in by the sergeant major who told us that we were going to go clean ‘war debris’. That was it. That was all we knew. We were 11B’s (Infantrymen) so we thought we were going to pull guard duty of some sort (I was one of three 11Bs who went to Enewetak from Alaska) but that wasn’t the case. When we got down there, the clerk on Lojwa even questioned our presence. ‘We were just sent here.’ That was all we could offer as explanation.

Q – What was your job while you were there and what sort of protective equipment did you use?

A – We ended up working demolition. I ran a loader and a back hoe on Lojwa, worked a week over on Runit (location of Cactus Dome) and then was moved over to Engebi. We went out to some of the smaller islands to pick up debris.

Q – When did you first realize or suspect that the work environment you were once subjected to wasn’t right?

A – I had a paper mask and that was it. The uniform of the day usually consisted of cut-off fatigues, boots, and T-shirts (which we usually ended up taking off.) The heat got downright intolerable at times. And it wasn’t sand on the beach; it was coral, so there was no going barefoot. You’d cut up your feet pretty bad if you did. That coral also reflected the heat too.

We had to use water from the lagoon for making concrete. So to pump the water in, somebody had to walk out into the lagoon and hold the hoses down in the water. Working that angle in this cleanup wasn’t so bad. At least you could cool off in the water.

Working twelve-hour days, things were pretty relaxed out there. Even so, we tried staying busy. I was the sailing instructor at the rec center. There was one television out there that pulled in stations from Hawaii.

I found some skeletons when I was scraping topsoil; never knew if they were American or Japanese. We had to let HQ know about finds like that. They’d come in and box them up… once they took them away, that was pretty much the last we heard of it. We found tons of unexploded Japanese ordnance too, and when we went out diving in the lagoon, we found airplanes with skeletons still in them.

Q – What prompted you to share your experiences with the world?

A – As I said before, we didn’t know much of anything about the cleanup before we went to Enewetak. And it’s hard to say when I first thought there wasn’t something quite right about the mission. When we worked out there, we carried radiation badges. So when we turned them in, we tried not thinking about why we had them in the first place. Just before I was discharged from the military, I had to go to Carson. Cancer was brought up at that point but the topic was dropped really quickly. Ten years after I was discharged, I had to have back surgery. At that time, I was told I had the bone density of a 70-year old man. (Keep in mind, this was 20 years ago. I am not even in my 60’s today.)

Learning about the environment I had actually lived and worked in while I was stationed down there, I started searching the Internet. I found the Enewetak Atomic Cleanup Veterans survivor page and connected with one of the administrators Frank Bolton. We started talking about Enewetak and sharing our stories. Because of the various jobs we all did down there, some of us received more exposure than others but we all served together during the same period of time.

Q – If you could commandeer the cameras and the mics at the next State of the Union Address, and address the entire nation about your time and the repercussions AFTER the Rock, what would be the message you would convey?

A – If I could get a message out to the world, I’d tell them not to forget us. People talk about the threats of nuclear war in our history and they talk about the atomic era. Nobody talks about the guys who did time in The Marshall Islands. We were all out there, yet have been almost totally forgotten. The Enewetak Atomic Cleanup Veterans are a prime example for the world to see what could really happen. It has taken years, but we are proof as far as what kind of long-term effects could occur after nuclear exposure. But we’re still here. Nuclear related issues happen in other countries and this country is all over it, offering help, solutions, humanitarian aid, etc. But when things happen here, to our own people? What has happened to us?

We were in hell but didn’t know it at the time. Now, we’re dying…one breath at a time. It’s scary to look at our brothers who have passed, to look at their ages. They’re MY age. We were trying to save the world for other people but we were the ones getting screwed.

Vela Carlos - Mission

I am but one of a few of the survivors of the 1977-1980 Enewetak Atoll Atomic Debris Cleanup Mission that took place in the Marshall Islands.

A major focus of this group has been to help one another with information and moral support during some of the challenging times we’ve encountered following our time in service at Enewetak.

A secondary focus/goal is to urge Congress to change current law and recognize Cold War Era soldiers of the Enewetak Cleanup Mission as “veterans who participated in radiation-risk activities during active service.”

By obtaining this second goal, individuals experiencing health complications resulting from radiation exposure at Enewetak Atoll will be eligible to apply for benefits that have previously been set-aside for other Atomic Veterans who have already been recognized and acknowledged for their service by RECA.

We urge our supporters to encourage their politicians to support legislation which will include Enewetak Atoll Atomic Cleanup Participants in the U.S. Government’s definition of a veteran “who participated in radiation-risk activities during active service.”

Article written by T-M Fitzgerald, a published author and self-professed Veterans Advocate.

Request for Interviews: Over 8,000 people participated in the 1977 – 1980 Enewetak Atoll Atomic Debris Cleanup Mission. I’ve already interviewed nearly 25% of the Atomic Cleanup Veterans who have reconnected with our group. If you participated in the mission, please contact me, T-M Fitzgerald so you can schedule your 30 minute interview too. I’ve been told I’m easy to talk with and I am not shy to say I feel honored every time I meet another Atomic Cleanup Veteran.

Viewpoint: John Lee Hodge

John Hodge

 

Viewpoint: John Lee Hodge

Branch: US Army

Job: Communications Specialist (Held initial MOS of 11B, qualified in multiple MOS’s)

Location: Lojwa, Marshall Islands

When: 4/5/1978-3/6/1979

Quote: “I’m proud to have served my country and would do so again. I just wish they had been up front with us from the beginning…”

Viewpoint: John Lee Hodge

Q – Before you were sent to the Marshall Islands, what did you know about the location or the mission?

A – We really didn’t know a whole lot about the deal. I had a brother who was already there. He was part of the first crew that went down there. When I started going through the whole process of being assigned and got to HQ with the 84th Engineers on Enewetak, people were asking about my brother. It was a real culture shock for me. I mean, I was Infantry. I was used to doing PT every day, we worked and trained Infantry and then rest was rest. That’s exactly what you did. When we were assigned with the Engineers on Enewetak, things worked a lot differently. I remember asking what time PT was and was told, ‘We’re engineers. We don’t do PT.’ They wondered just like I did about what exactly I was doing there. ‘We don’t have slots for combat guys here. You need to go upstairs to the MARS Station and talk.’

Q – What was your job while you were there and what sort of protective equipment did you use?

A – I was exempt from any duty rosters. I worked at the MARS Station doing communications. It was very easy duty. Coming from an infantry unit, I was used to being busy constantly.” (Mr. Hodge shared the many MOS designations he was qualified in: 11B, 11C, 36K10, 05B. 05C, 05D, 63B). I worked communications and other jobs just to keep busy because I had a lot of free time.

Q – When did you first realize or suspect that the work environment you were once subjected to wasn’t right?

A – Work crews had been out scraping topsoil since before I ever got there. I was watching them one time and happened to ask about it. Of course, they told me the surface was ‘hot’ (radioactively contaminated) and so they’d have to scrape down some more. You could look out and see those guys doing their job but that was what it was all about.

Q – What prompted you to share your experiences with the world?

A – When I got down there, it was ‘150 days and you were done. Next plane off the island and you were on it.’ We had incoming on Tuesdays and Wednesday mornings, we had people out in front of HQ ready to leave. But I didn’t go that route. I was extended. That means I went past the 150 day mark. So, as I was told, I was the only junior-grade enlisted that got a 2-for-1 deal. I was credited for an overseas tour with my time in Hawaii and a hardship tour for Enewetak. As far as I know, a lot of the officers didn’t even get that. I got two tours out of it.

I spent 305 days in the Marshall Islands. It was your typical American GI scenario; ‘Make the best with what you got.’ There were lots of memories, -some good, and some bad. And protective gear? Let me tell you a little something about that. When I went to Lojwa, they sent me through a class on the banana suits. We dressed out in full gear; mask, gloves, hood, tape…We basically toured the island in that getup. It was the first, last, and only time I wore it. After that, my job had me in an air-conditioned building the entire time I was there. I was more concerned with exposure to the radiation I had inside than I was with whatever was outside. I guess it was because I didn’t know about any problems out there. None of us did at the time.

Q – If you could commandeer the cameras and the mics at the next State of the Union Address, and address the entire nation about your time and the repercussions AFTER the Rock, what would be the message you would convey?

A – Right now, I don’t have any health issues. I’ve been a smoker for almost 50 years and I have the smoker’s hack… but my brother, on the other hand, has degenerative bone disease. He was in the Marshalls in 1977 for six months with the first crew as a mechanic. His bunch worked on the vehicles down on the ramps at the lagoon. They sucked in all the dust they kicked up so constantly.

One night when all was said and done, this guy asked me if I would talk to some of his friends on the radio. And you know, we had to be careful about what we said out there because Russia wasn’t far off. So a night or two later, we got on the radios and started talking. It was 1978, and this fellow started asking me all kinds of questions about the radiation on the Islands, what did I know about it, had I seen any weird stuff and if anybody was getting sick or anything. I was just a radio guy so I didn’t know the answers to a lot of the questions. Turned out, that guy was a congressman on the Mainland. So I’ve had about forty years to think about that single 10-15 minute conversation. There was something more to it than I knew at the time.

I am but one of a few of the survivors of the 1977-1980 Enewetak Atoll Atomic Debris Cleanup Mission that took place in the Marshall Islands.

A major focus of this group has been to help one another with information and moral support during some of the challenging times we’ve encountered following our time in service at Enewetak.

A secondary focus/goal is to urge Congress to change current law and recognize Cold War Era soldiers of the Enewetak Cleanup Mission as “veterans who participated in radiation-risk activities during active service.”

By obtaining this second goal, individuals experiencing health complications resulting from radiation exposure at Enewetak Atoll will be eligible to apply for benefits that have previously been set-aside for other Atomic Veterans who have already been recognized and acknowledged for their service by RECA.

We urge our supporters to encourage their politicians to support legislation which will include Enewetak Atoll Atomic Cleanup Participants in the U.S. Government’s definition of a veteran “who participated in radiation-risk activities during active service.”

Article written by T-M Fitzgerald, a published author and self-professed Veterans Advocate.

Request for Interviews: Over 8,000 people participated in the 1977 – 1980 Enewetak Atoll Atomic Debris Cleanup Mission. I’ve already interviewed nearly 25% of the Atomic Cleanup Veterans who have reconnected with our group. If you participated in the mission, please contact me, T-M Fitzgerald so you can schedule your 30 minute interview too. I’ve been told I’m easy to talk with and I am not shy to say I feel honored every time I meet another Atomic Cleanup Veteran.

Viewpoint: Sammie Lee Marler

 

Sammie Lee Marler

Viewpoint: Sammie Lee Marler

Branch: US Army

Job: MOS 91B20 Corpsman

Location: Lojwa, Marshall Islands

When: 6/11/1977-10/19/1977

Quote: “Live today like it’s your last, because it may very well be. The future is now…”

Viewpoint: Sammie Lee Marler

Q – Before you were sent to the Marshall Islands, what did you know about the location or the mission?

A – Nothing. But once I got there, my job entailed a lot of different things. We were just a bunch of young guys doing our jobs. Nobody thought about the possibility of anything being or going wrong.

Q – What was your job while you were there and what sort of protective equipment did you use?

A – I’d go to different islands with the soldiers and provide medical care as needed. I set up the work schedule for four of us medics, checked supplies and also took wet bulb temperatures. About those temps, what that entailed was basically checking the temps each day. If temperatures read over 120 degrees at any particular time, only half the guys in the details would work at a time. Thirty minutes would pass and the next batch of guys would rotate in. And as far as protective gear? On Enewetak, we were shown the yellow banana suits but I was never in one. I didn’t even have a dosimeter badge.

Q – When did you first realize or suspect that the work environment you were once subjected to wasn’t right?

A – I never knew until a few years ago that the place was toxic and that was only after I watched an episode of 60 Minutes.

Q – What prompted you to share your experiences with the world?

A – I was searching through the internet and came across an article about Enewetak Atoll. I investigated a little further and found out about all the other guys. I decided to share my experiences with the world because we were all deceived. We were told that the Marshall Islands were safer than Denver, Colorado. But now, a lot of the men who served there are suffering health problems in a variety of ways, cancer in particular.

Q – If you could commandeer the cameras and the mics at the next State of the Union Address, and address the entire nation about your time and the repercussions AFTER the Rock, what would be the message you would convey?

A – We went out of our way, through a lot of hardships for this nation. We should be taken care of as veterans. As for myself, I have PTSD pretty bad even to this day. While serving in the Marshall Islands, every night you’d have twenty maybe twenty-five rats crawl up on your bunk. Lojwa was overrun with them, big as full-grown cats some of them were. I have no idea how rats survived for so long on those islands particularly when people hadn’t been there for years.

The medics and firemen all slept in the same hooch. One night, we killed over fifty rats with a spear gun. We’d throw their bodies into a 55-gallon barrel outside the hooch. When we filled one up, we fed the sharks. Needless to say, I didn’t sleep much on Lojwa. I was a mess when I got back home. At night, I’d wake up screaming thinking those rats were coming up on the bed.

I called bingo one night a week for the guys. Bingo was a big deal because they could win a lot of money. I also had a 9 member band (‘Singing Sam and the Superstuds) and we’d play at the club. As a matter of fact, Jim Androl played the drums. I was also the MC and comedian in the USO show that came. I kept the guys spirits up; helped them forget about home a little bit, so they respected that. Everyone knew me. I’m glad I could make them happy for a little while.

I am but one of a few of the survivors of the 1977-1980 Enewetak Atoll Atomic Debris Cleanup Mission that took place in the Marshall Islands.

A major focus of this group has been to help one another with information and moral support during some of the challenging times we’ve encountered following our time in service at Enewetak.

A secondary focus/goal is to urge Congress to change current law and recognize Cold War Era soldiers of the Enewetak Cleanup Mission as “veterans who participated in radiation-risk activities during active service.”

By obtaining this second goal, individuals experiencing health complications resulting from radiation exposure at Enewetak Atoll will be eligible to apply for benefits that have previously been set-aside for other Atomic Veterans who have already been recognized and acknowledged for their service by RECA.

We urge our supporters to encourage their politicians to support legislation which will include Enewetak Atoll Atomic Cleanup Participants in the U.S. Government’s definition of a veteran “who participated in radiation-risk activities during active service.”

Article written by T-M Fitzgerald, a published author and self-professed Veterans Advocate.

Request for Interviews: Over 8,000 people participated in the 1977 – 1980 Enewetak Atoll Atomic Debris Cleanup Mission. I’ve already interviewed nearly 25% of the Atomic Cleanup Veterans who have reconnected with our group. If you participated in the mission, please contact me, T-M Fitzgerald so you can schedule your 30 minute interview too. I’ve been told I’m easy to talk with and I am not shy to say I feel honored every time I meet another Atomic Cleanup Veteran.