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U. S. Army Generals Missing In Action & Killed In Action in the Pacific
List of U. S. Army Generals Missing In Action (MIA) and Killed In Action (KIA) in the Pacific during World War II.
Brigadier General Harold Huston George
U. S. Army Air Force (USAAF) Killed April 29, 1942 in an aircraft accident at Batchelor Field near Darwin.

Major General Clarence Tinker
U. S. Army Air Force (USAAF) pilot LB-30 Liberator AL589 MIA June 7, 1942 on a bombing mission against Wake Island.

Brigadier General Kenneth N. Walker
U. S. Army Air Force (USAAF) observer B-17F "San Antonio Rose" 41-24458 MIA January 5, 1943 over New Britain.

Brigadier General Howard K. Ramey
U. S. Army Air Force (USAAF) pilot B-17F "Pluto" Serial Number 41-24384 MIA March 26, 1943 over the Gulf of Papua.

Lt. General Millard F. Harmon
U. S. Army Air Force (USAAF) passenger C-87A Liberator Express 41-24174 missing February 26, 1945 over the Pacific Ocean.

Brigadier General James R. Andersen
U. S. Army Air Force (USAAF) passenger C-87A Liberator Express 41-24174 missing February 26, 1945 over the Pacific Ocean.

Brigadier General James L. Dalton II
U. S. Army 25th Infantry Division, Assistant Division Commander. On May 16, 1945 Killed In Action (KIA) at Balete Pass on Luzon.

Lt. General Simon B. Buckner, Jr.
U. S. Army 10th Army Commander. On June 18, 1945 Killed In Action inspecting a forward observation post at Itoman on Okinawa.

Brigadier General Claudius M. Easley

U. S. Army 96th Infantry Division, Assistant Division Commander. On June 19, 1945 Killed In Action (KIA) by sniper at Itoman on Okinawa.

References
War on the Rocks - General and Flag Officers Killed In War


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