The 24th Infantry Division Association

Founded August 1945 on a Philippine Island beach


Prisoner of War - Missing in Action Home Page

There are 1,005 men from the 24 Infantry Division still unaccounted for from the Korean War. This page is dedicated to these brave men of the 24th Division and to all POW - MIA.

24th Recon Company Lost Patrol, July 19, 1950, Lt. George Kristanoff, by Thomas F. Kilfoyle

Carmel and the Korean Death March (Tiger March)

The Korean War Ex-POW Association

Oct 20, 2011; US-North Korea officials agree to resume recovering the remains of American servicemen missing from the Korean War.

Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command (JPAC) -- Oral History Donation. This page enables you to view the list of these men in Name, Unit and Date order, and gives you instructions and a format to follow for you to report what you know to the JPAC unit that is researching these men.

Taro Leaf Special POW/MIA Publication, June 2011        24th Recon Addendum

Johnny Johnson's List

Bill Allen gets his POW/MIA display at Tampa Bay Veterans Hospital

Stratton, Robert J.; POW/MIAs Tuttle, Kenneth & Robertson, Ernest. King Company Distinguished Unit Citation.

JOHN A. KELLY on Corporal Edmund H. Cain, POW/MIA

Arthur Leon Aloysius Hodapp, "A" Company, 5th RCT. Buried in Freeport, Ill., Wednesday, May 25, 2011, more than half a century after he died in Korea.

Floyd E. Hooper, I Company, 3rd Battalion, 19th Infantry Regiment, 24th Infantry Division

Wayne Archer (Johnny) Johns​on, promoted to Glory 1 June, 2011

Bryant "Woodie" Wood, Jr., " If I’m gonna die, let me die trying."

Coskey, John Herbert, POW 11 Jun 1950, Company K 21st Inf Regiment (Looking for anyone who knew John)

"BATTLE OF KOREA The Boys Come Home," Monday, Time Magazine, May 11, 1953,