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Thread: 82nd Airborne Division

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    Default 82nd Airborne Division

    hello. new to the forum. trying to find info about pvt. william a. russell, 505 pir, 3 btn, company h, 82nd airborne. he was kia 6 october, 1944 in holland. wondering what operation this was a part of(the end of market garden??). what was their mission this day? can anyone give me any info or point me to specific websites that might help me. thankt, tim

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    Default Re: 82nd Airborne Division

    You might start by finding the archives where the All American Division's daily logs are kept. There's a good chance they survived...

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    Default Re: 82nd Airborne Division

    You may have already visited these sites, but just in case:

    82nd Airborne WW2:

    http://www.ww2-airborne.us/division/82_overview.html (Has a Company Picture)

    http://www.historyofwar.org/articles...es_arnhem.html

    http://www.82lha.org/

    National WW2 Memorial

    http://www.wwiimemorial.com/default....ode=&curpage=3


    Standard Form SF 180 :

    http://www.archives.gov/veterans/mil...-form-180.html

    If I come across anything more specific I'll post it here.

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    Default Re: 82nd Airborne Division

    I missed this link from the National WW2 Museum.

    (Text from the site below)

    How to Locate Someone Who Fought in World War II

    Individuals Who Never Made It Home

    Request the Individual Deceased Personnel File (IDPF). The IDPF will almost always establish his unit and give information on his burial. In many cases, it will also give valuable information about where and when he died, possibly including reports of the action in which he died. For men whose remains were never recovered or identified, extremely valuable records of the testimonies of his buddies are usually included, giving extraordinary information about the action, what happened to him, and when they last saw him. NOTE: You must send a letter before any information can be sent out to you. The letter should include your signed statement of willingness to pay the Freedom of Information Act fees for the work involved. If you are requesting your relative's IDPF, they may not charge you.

    Department of the Army
    U.S. Army Human Resources Command
    ATTN: AHRC-FOIA
    1600 Spearhead Division Avenue, Dept. 107
    Fort Knox, Kentucky 40122-5504
    502-613-4400
    usarmy.knox.hrc.mbx.foia@mail.mil

    http://www.nationalww2museum.org/hon...a-veteran.html

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