The 24th Infantry Division Association

Founded August 1945 on a Philippine Island beach


Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command (JPAC) -- Oral History Donation 

There are 1,005 men from the 24 Infantry Division still unaccounted for from the Korean War.

We have these missing men listed in Last Name, Unit and Date order. To view, please click the highlighted links here    Last Name,   Unit   or   Date   order.

Did you know of any of these men? Do you have any recollections of the events surrounding the loss of any of these men?

If you do, the Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command (JPAC) and the Defense Prisoner of War/ Missing Personnel Office (DPMO) want to hear from you.

They need to have you donate your Oral History for analysis and placement in a historical context that may contribute to their understanding of the events surrounding the loss of these MIAs.

 Oral history is the systematic compilation of living people's testimony about their own experience.

To view and print the Oral History Donation guideline. [click highlighted text to view; to print, click on File and then on Print]

Compiled by Merry Helm, 24th IDA Historian