BREWSTER COUNTY, TEXAS
World War II Army and Army Air Force Casualties
Legend
DOI - Died of  Injuries                DOW - Died of Wounds                   DNB - Died non Battle
                                                                                FOD - Finding of Death            KIA - Killed in Action                     M - Missing
Name
Rank
Serial Number
Cause of Death
Adams, Charles B.
Briceno, Epifanio
Burleson, Woody L.
Cordova, Hilario O.
Estrada, Luis
Flores, Circiaco R.
Codset, George E.
Hopson, Herritt M
Joyce, William C.
Juarez, Leandro
Llanez, Patricio
Martinez, Jose V.
McClure, Locke F.
Musgrave Jr., Daniel L.
Ortega, Francisco V.
Ramoz, Elpidio H.
Rodriguez, Miguel R.
Rutledge, John M
Weyerts, John S.
Winter, Vick
Ybarra, Luciano
Major
Technician 5
Technician 5
Private
Sergeant
Private
1st Lieutenant
2nd Lieutenant
Fight Officer
Private
Private First Class
Private First Class
2nd Lieutenant
Private
Private
Sergeant
Private
Private First Class
Private
Captain
Corporal
O-389510
18102967
38139976
38012290
38085164
38214334
O-663716
O-663047
T-004124
38441811
38214337
38214331
O-757003
38065347
38581989
38065170
38582257
38215412
38579024
O-413548
38124695
KIA
DNB
DNB
KIA
DNB
DNB
DNB
DNB
M
DOW
KIA
KIA
FOD
KIA
KIA
KIA
KIA
KIA
KIA
FOD
DNB
Generally speaking numbers fall into two broad catagories, simple 7 or 8 digit numbers (in a few cases fewer digits) for male enlisted personnel, and prefied serial numbers for other personnel.  Regular Army enlisted men who enterend the service before the outset of Selective Service bear 7- digit or lower serial numbers, usually beginning with 6 or 7 as 6974426.  Men who enlisted in the Army of the United States have 8-digit numbers beginning with 1, the 2nd digit indicating the  Service Command of orgin. For example, the serial number 14066025 would indicate that the man enlisted in the Army of the United States in the 4th Command (Southeastern United States).  Men called federally recognized National Guard service received 8-digit numbers beginning with 2, the 3rd digit representing the Service Command.  20107656 indicates a National Guardsman from New England (1st Service Command).  Men inducted or enlisted through Selective Service were given 8-digit numbers beginning with 3 or 4, the 2nd digit number representing the Service Command.  The prefixed serial numbers for other than male enlisted personnel carry a designated letter O (as in O-1574257) for male commissioned officers.  W=Male Warrent Officer, T=Flight Officer of the Army Air Force, L=Commissioned Office of the Women's Army Corps, V=WAC Enlisted Officer, A=WAC Enlisted Women, B=Hosiptal Dietitians, & M=Physical Theraphy Aides.
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