Company E, F, Headquarters/116th Squadron

Motto of the 116th Squadron:
“Advance without delay.”
 
Company E
 
Officers

 

2nd Lt. Dees, Joe, Vandalia, Illinois; wounded in action, April 1, 1945

 

B

Bresnahan, Thomas

Broadway, Thomas W., Manning, South Carolina

Brown, William, Karns City, Pennsylvania

 

P

Cpl. Peele, Louis, Raleigh, North Carolina; Silver Star and Purple Heart, wounded April 19

Sgt. Pollack

 

S

Cpl. Soycher, Raymond

 

Company F
 
Officers

 

Cpt. Ackerman, Clyde, Purple Heart, wounded April 5

1st Lt. Mack, Frederick N., Athens, Georgia; wounded in action, April 10, 1945

1st Lt. Perkins, Erwin, Illinois

1st Lt. Reale, Francis V., wounded in action, April 19, 1945

 
B

Bradley, Jim, Portage, Indiana

Tech. 4 Brown, Charles F., Rohrersville, Maryland; wounded in action, April 3, 1945

 

C

Sgt. Chadderton, Fred, Purple Heart, wounded April 17

Sgt. Cupp, Douglas, Long Island City, New York; awarded the Silver Star

 

D

PFC Drake, ?, treated for burns caused by an explosion in a room

 
E

S/Sgt. Elder, Gordon H., New York City, New York; wounded in action, April 3, 1945

 

G

Sgt. Gambino, ?, treated for burns caused by an explosion in a room

PFC Garbarski, Edward F., Chicago, Illinois; wounded in action, April 19, 1945

PFC Gross, Berner, Purple Heart, wounded April 3

 

H

Tech. 4 Huddleston, Harold, Handley, West Virginia; missing in action, April 19, 1945

 

K

Kappus, Walter, Dallas, Texas

S/Sgt. Kelly, Vincent, Brooklyn, New York; awarded the Silver Star and Purple Heart, wounded April 1

 

L

PFC Lehigh, John, Purple Heart, wounded April 9

 
M

Marsh, Robert, Reading, Pennsylvania

PFC McCarty, Ira J., Batesburg, South Carolina; killed in action, April 3, 1945

 

 

Cpl. Louis Peele

N

Tech. 5 Northridge, Warren G., Brooklyn, New York; wounded in action, April 9, 1945

 

P

Tec 5 Potter, Charles, Purple Heart, wounded May 5

Powell, David Earl

 

S

PFC Summers, Herbert F., Thayer, Nebraska; wounded in action, April 19, 1945 (burns caused by an explosion)

 

T

PFC Tempest, Mario, New Kensington, Pennsylvania; wounded in action, April 12, 1945

Tec 4 Tedesco, Joseph F., killed in action, May 11, 1945

Pvt. Taylor, Floyd L., Somerset, Kentucky; wounded in action, April 16, 1945

 

V

Sgt. Vacek, Charles F., Lowell, Massachusetts; killed in action, April 12, 1945

 

W

PFC Wilson, Carlton J.; Purple Heart, wounded in action, April 10, 1945

Sgt. Wilson, Harold R., New York City, New York; wounded in action, April 3, 1945

 

Headquarters troop

1st Lt. Langton, George P., killed in action, April 2, 1945

2nd Lt. Gardner, George T., killed in action, April 1, 1945

 

PFC Brumfield, Donald S., killed in action, April 4, 1945

Tec 5 Cuoco, Daniel J., Purple Heart, wounded in action, March 1, 1945

 

Tec 4 Kornblum, William, killed in action, April 15, 1945

Tec 5 Simoneaux, Evrette G., killed in action May 20, 1945

 

Medical detachment

Capt. Cowen, Louis, killed in action, March 1, 1945

PFC Hack, Gilbert, killed in action, March 1, 1945

PFC Lanning, Barzilliai M., killed in action, March 1, 1945

S/Sgt Young, Edward, killed in action, March 1, 1945