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Korean War dead from Nevada

Name Rank City Date of Death Cause of Death

Arnold, George C. PVT Washoe July 27, 1950 Killed in Action (KIA)

Atha, Robert Harrison CPL Lincoln Feb. 13, 1951 MIA – Presumed Dead

Bounds, Robert L. SFC Clark June 30, 1951 Died as POW

Bowler, Richard A. PFC Clark Nov. 28, 1951 KIA

Campbell, Howard Duncan Jr. CAPT Babbitt June 14, 1952 KIA

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Conover, Adelbert PFC Washoe Nov. 17, 1950 KIA

Corujo, Felipe PFC Churchill April 5, 1952 KIA

Dale, Curtis L. PVT Mineral Nov. 25, 1951 KIA

Dave, Melvin J. CPL Elko Sept. 2, 1950 KIA

Dean, Marion V. PFC Carson City Aug. 1, 1953 KIA

Dewerff, John W. PFC Clark Sept. 1, 1951 KIA

Firey, Lewis M. Jr. PFC Washoe July 22, 1953 KIA

Francovich, Eugene B. 1LT Washoe June 2, 1951 KIA

Friel, James B. PVT Nye July 23, 1952 KIA

Glakeler, Robert T. SSGT Las Vegas Oct. 3, 1950 MIA – Presumed Dead

Harrison, Francis E. PFC Eureka July 16, 1950 MIA – Presumed Dead

Henley, Lloyd J. SGT Washoe Oct. 25, 1951 KIA

Hoult, Arthur William SSGT Lamoille Sept. 9, 1950 MIA – Presumed Dead

James, Clarence A. SGT Washoe July 27, 1950 KIA

Johnson, Carl W. PVT Mineral July 27, 1950 KIA

Jones, George D. 1LT Sparks Oct. 28, 1951 Non-hostile Air Crash

Lowery, James E. PVT Clark Jan. 20, 1951 KIA

Morton, Robert W. 2LT Washoe Oct. 10, 1951 KIA

Nevers, John Jr. PFC Carson City Sept. 1, 1952 KIA

Nixon, Richard A. SGT Mineral Nov. 30, 1950 KIA

Osborne, Stanley David 1LT Reno July 17, 1953 KIA

Petersen, Maun Tyre 1LT Preston Nov. 25, 1950 KIA

Phelps, Robert Davis 1LT Andover Dec. 1951 Non-hostile Air Crash

Pursley, David Elliot CPL Elko July 14, 1953 MIA – Presumed Dead

Radcliffe, Dorrance Sielaff MAJ Reno Dec. 7, 1950 Died of Wounds

Salazar, Frank Ralph 1LT Reno Dec. 31, 1952 MIA – Presumed Dead

Sullivan, Gerald James ENS Elko May 6, 1951 MIA – Presumed Dead

Sweetwood, Charles O. SGT Elko Sept. 8, 1950 KIA

Wain, Daniel E. PFC Washoe Oct. 3, 1951 KIA

Whiterock, Gerald B. PVT Elko July 9, 1953 KIA

Source: Department of Defense Web site