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Dec 2012 -- This website was launched with an initial 105 Servicemen NAMES. That number continues to grow daily.

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This website was launched befittingly on the 71st Anniv. of the United States involvement in WWII, 12/7/2012.

Seventy-one years ago, the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, brought the U.S. into World War II. In his address asking Congress for a declaration of war, President Franklin D. Roosevelt called Dec. 7, 1941, a date that "will live in infamy."


The Service Men and Women **pages are updated with additional information often, as more old news items, photos and/or bios and obituaries are found. These history items are essential in completing the stories of these individuals who served during WWII from Iowa.
THANKS again to Researchers, Pat Holt Juon and Terry Hirsch! Huge Thanks to Connie Swearingen for her Woodbury & NWIowa submissions. More Thanks to new researcher, Jean Brandes-American Legion Auxiliary Historian. Also continued THANKS to researcher, Jeanie Belding for her contributions!

FEB 2021 * * * ServiceMEN Tribute County Pages

Every month MANY additional WWII MEN TRIBUTE pages are ADDED with detail regarding their service. These are widespread over all of the Iowa 99 Counties--too many to list each name on this What's New Page. Please use the site Search Engine on the main page to find a surname of your choosing. Our Goal is to pay Honor & Tribute to those who served from IOWA!


ServiceMEN Tributes Added to Counties... Total FEB numbers
Cherokee 1
Clinton 1
Fayette 1
Iowa 1
Jefferson 230
Keokuk 1
Lee 1
Montgomery 1
Page 2
Polk 4
Van Buren 2
Wapello 3
ALSO - Each month MANY existing WWII MEN TRIBUTE pages are UPDATED with additional information  – widespread over all of the Iowa 99 Counties.
In FEB there are:  [3] MEN UPDATES


Woodbury County - Oto, Iowa - Sailor Wesley J. Brown - died USS Oklahoma, at Pearl Harbor - Dec 7, 1941 -- Through DNA, today his remains have been identified & are returning home to Iowa. See his Tribute Page on this website for further detail of his "homecoming." **Thanks to Connie Swearingen for bringing this recent discovery to our attention.


Also Added This Month

- During the month of FEB, the number of additional ServiceWomen pages will be posted here: [16]


- Also Updated Women Pages: [2]

- WWII Volunteer & Red Cross Pages: [2] Updates [-]


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