WWII and Wake Forest

Alumni Serving in WWII

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Abbitt, Russell Dixon
1943 BS; Apprentice Seaman. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black June 18, 1943
Acree, Jack Genese
1939-1942; Ensign US Navy Georgia Navy preflight school; Naval Aircraft Delivery Unit; Columbus, OH. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Nov. 6, 1942 / July 7, 1944 / Nov. 10, 1944 / November 19, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Adams, Arthur Dalrymple
1938-1942. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black November 16, 1945
Adams, Bill – William Pierman
1939-1941; Pilot in Army Air Corps; Wendover Field, Utah. Source: The Student – Oct.’41 / Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Adams, Norman Dewitt “Doc”
1943 BS; Ensign US Navy Sub-chaser Training Center; Fort Bragg, Maxwell, Shaw Spence, Hendricks, Wendover Fields. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black October 15, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Akers, Richard Tazewell
1933-1934 1937; MIA / Killed at sea. Source: WF History / Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Alexander, Ralph Lewis
1942 LL.B.; Ensign US Navy; North Africa. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 2, 1943
Allen, Boyd B.
Invasion of Philippines. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Allen, Charles M., Jr.
1939; Lt. Army Air Corps – Aerial Photography School – Lt.; Fort Warren, Wyo., New Orleans, Yale University Training Center. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Oct. 30, 1942 / Old Gold & Black February 26, 1943 / Old Gold & Black Nov. 26, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Allen, William F.
US Army. Source: Not in Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 19, 1943
Alsbrooke, Paul
Source: Not in Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Oct. 6, 1944 – Veterans Club
Amon, Frederick
1945 BA. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Oct. 6, 1944 – Veterans Club
Anderson, George M.
1947 BS 1950 LL.B.; Fort Warren, Wyoming; Louisiana. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Andrews, Curtis Howard
1938-1940 1942 BSA; 2nd Lt. US Marines; Quantico, VA. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 12, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Andrews, Zalph Henry
1939-1942; Killed 7/5/44 St. Lô, France. Source: Howler 1945 / Alumni Directory / Listing from WF, NC
Archie, William Council
1935 MA; Major – US Army; Fort Bliss, TX. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 2, 1945
Arendt, Edward Theodore
1944; Pfc Infantry; Killed 10/6/44 in action near Aachen, Germany. Source: Howler 1945 / WF, NC Listing
Ashburn, Thomas Norvell
1941 BS; Lt. General Sub Chaser Service; Miami, FL; Pacific. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Jan. 14, 1944/ Old Gold & Black Nov. 10, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Ashworth, Williard
1934; Navy Ensign. Source: Old Gold & Black July 17, 1942 not in Alumni Directory
Atkinson, William Lloyd
1945-1946; 13 months. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black September 22, 1945
Auld, William Curtis
1949 BS. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Ausband, Frank C.
1947 BS; 1st Lt. US Army – pilot A-20; 37 months: Stationed in Italy and North Africa; Survived plane crash in Italy. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Oct. 12, 1945 / Old Gold & Black March 8, 1946
Austin, Irving Douglas
1943 BA; Ensign, US Navy – Naval Training School Midshipman Deck Officer; Chicago – Northwestern University. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black January 21, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Aycock, Andrew Lewis
1926 BA. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black March 8, 1946
Aycock, Charles B.
1928-1929; Lt -Colonel 119th Infantry, 30th Division; Camp Blanding, Florida. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Ayers, Thomas William “China William”
1942 BA; US Naval Reserve – Intelligence; 18 months: India; Casablanca; Chungking, China. Source: AlumniDirectory / Old Gold & Black October 15, 1943 / Old Gold & Black February 2, 1945 / WF Scrapbook

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Bailey, Carl Leroy, Jr.
1948 BS; Pfc./ Pvt. Instructor B-29 gunnery System; Buckingham Army Air Field, Ft. Myers, FL. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black November 3, 1944 / Old Gold & Black April 28, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Bailey, Harold Kelly
1941 BA; Aviation cadet, 2nd Lt. US Army; Albany, GA; Shaw Field. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black April 9, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Bailey, Joel S.
Pfc US Army – 1st Army; Killed in action on April 16, 1945 in Germany. Source: Old Gold & Black May 11, 1945 / Not in Alumni Directory
Baker, Shelton Andrew
1937 BS; 1st Lt. Air Corps; Killed September 10, 1945. Source: WF Alumni Directory / WF, NC Listing
Ballard, James A.
1938-1939; Army Air Forces – bombardier; Texas; Carlsbad, NM. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black June 19, 1942 / Old Gold & Black January 1, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Ballard, William Edward
1939-1940; Ensign, US Naval Reserves; Corpus Christi, TX; Killed in a plane crash on May 27, 1944. Source: WF Alumni Directory / WF, NC Listing
Banks, Thaddeus Milton
1942 BS; 2nd Lt. US Marines – fighter pilot /; Atlanta, GA; Jacksonville, FL; Texas; South Pacific; Solomon Islands; MIA for 1 year; Died February 2, 1944 in South Pacific. Source: Alumni Directory / Howler ’44 and ’45 / WF History / WF, NC Listing / Old Gold & Black March 17, 1942 / March 9, 1945 / Feb. 12, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Bannister, Jimmy
US Naval Reserve. Source: The Student – Oct. ‘40 not in Alumni Directory
Barbee, Brant Hodnett
1939-1940; S. Sgt. VII Quatermaster’s Crops; Honolulu, HI. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 21, 1944
Barbour, Herbert “Puss” L. Jr.
1947; Lt.jg, Seaman 2nd Class Radar School; Bainbridge, Maryland. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Barnwell, Columbus Hershall
1924-1927. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black JUly 28, 1944
Barrett, Joseph Francis
1926 BS; Captain. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 28, 1944
Bartlett; Fred Graham
1942 BS; Ensign, US Navy. Source: Alumni Directory
Bass; Richard Franklin
1946-1949. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Beaman, Rufus Marsh
1938 BA; Lt. Naval Reserve; Notre Dame Univ. Source: Alumni Directory / Wake Forest Scrapbook
Beavers; John Royall
1940-1943; Army Air Corps. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 26, 1943 / Old Gold & Black March 12, 1943
Beck, Andrew Mercer Jr.
1937-1939; US Navy – 1st class petty officer Supply Corps; Dutch West Indies. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Beddenfield, Charles A.
1940; Sgt. US Army – 427th Squadron; Columbus Army Airfield, Columbus, MS. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Beddow, William Morgan
1939-1942; 2nd Lt. Air Corps; Killed in action over Germany on October 13, 1943. Source: Alumni Directory / WF, NC Listing
Behrends, Samuel, Jr.
1947 BA; Pfc US Air Force weather obervation training. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946/ Old Gold & Black Febrary 19, 1943
Bell, Benjamin Alexander
1942-1943; Pfc 16th Airways Commander Squadron; Aleutian Islands. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Jan. 14, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Bell, Paul Buckner
1947 BS; Army Air Corps – B-24 School; Stuart Field, West Point, NY; Miami, FL. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 26, 1943
Bennett, Ivan Loveridge
1916 BA 1949 DD; Colonel – Senior Chief Chaplain US Army; Australia; Pacific; New Guinea. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black November 11, 1943 / Old Gold & Black February 2, 1945 / WF Scrapbook
Benton, James Herman
1932-1934; MIA August 1944. Source: Alumni Directory / WF, NC Listing
Berger, Charles Everett “Lefty”
1943 BS; Marine Reserve Officer Training School / Adjutant to 25th Battalion; Great Lakes Naval Base. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Oct. 2, 1942 / Old Gold & Black October 20, 1944
Best, Norman Ellis
?BS 1940; S/Sgt., Intelligence; Killed in Rheidt, Germany on March 3, 1945. Source: ZSR/SCA listing – not in Alum. Directory / WF, NC Listing
Biggers, James M.
1944-1945. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Oct. 6, 1944 – Veterans Club
Billings, Gilbert Mig, Jr.
1948 BS; Aviation Cadet – Army Air Forces; Maxwell Field, AL. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 26, 1943 / Old Gold & Black October 15, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Billings, James William
1949 BA. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Birchet, John Major
1950 BS. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Bird, Charles W.
2nd Lt. Army Air Forces; Biggs Field, El Paso, Tex. Source: WF Scrapbook
Bird, Murray Taylor
1946. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Bird, Walter
1941; Lt.; Injured in plane crash. Source: Not in Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Nov. 20, 1942
Bishop, Edgar H.
1940-1942; Ordance Division; England. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 21, 1944
Black, Bedford Worth
1937-1942, 1946-1947; S. Sgt Army Air Forces / Chief Engineer Army Air Forces; New Castle Army Air Base Wilmington, Del.India. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black June 23, 1944 / Old Gold & Black October 15, 1943 / Old Gold & Black May 26, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Blackmore, Willie Franklin
1928 – 1933 32 JD 33 Acct./Fin.; Lt. US Navy on LST 935; Fiji, Philippines, New Zealand, Australia, Sandwich Island. Source: Alumni Directory
Blalock, Hugh Thomas
1938-1941; 2nd Class Gunners Mate US Navy; MIA at sea, 1943. Source: Howler ’45 / WF Alumni Directory / WF, NC Listing / WF Scrapbook
Blanchard, Williard Jackson
1941 BA; 100th Division – navigator on B-17 flying fortress; German POW/MIA November 26, 1945. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black March 16, 1945
Bland, Daniel A.
1934-1935; Army Air Forces officers candidate school; Miami, Fla., Alaska. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Bland, Thomas W.
1942-1943 1946-1948; Lt. US Army. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Bland, Wediean Powell
1940 AB; Ireland. Source: Alumni Directory
Blanton, John Cofield
1947 BS; Pvt. Army Air Corps. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 21, 1944 / March 10, 1944
Bolus, Michael
1930 BS. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black November 16, 1945
Bonds, James O.
1942 BS.; Marine Reserves / Marine Parachute Division; Bougainville, New Guinea. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Oct. 30, 1942 / June 23, 1944 / November 19, 1943 / May 26, 1944
Boone, John Woodie, Jr.
1948 BS 1951 M.D.; 3 months. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Bowers, Harry Miller
1942-1943; HA 10c US Navy; Killed 4/1/45 in naval action Okinawa, Japan. Source: Alumni Directory / Wake Forest History / Old Gold & Black May 4, 1945
Bowers, Thomas Egerton
1941; US Army Air Corps or USAF; Advanced Flying School Craig Field, Alabama. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Boyette, Albert Wellons
1947 BS; US Air Force. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Boyette, Ernest Woodward, Jr.
1949 BS; US Navy. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Nov. 10, 1944
Bracey, William Robert
1939-1941; Ensign Naval Reserve – aviator preflight training; Pensicola, FL. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black May 26, 1944
Bradbury, Kenneth Ray
1948 BS; A-S US Army Air Forces – Aviation Cadet; Keesler Field, Biloxi, MS/ Maxwell Air Field, AL. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Jan. 14, 1944; February 1, 1946; November 16, 1945; June 30, 1944; Oct.29, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Bradbury, Max Gerald
1937 BS; 2nd Lt – Transportation Officers Training School; New Orleans, La., Burlington, Vt., Columbus Airfield. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Bradley, James F.
1928-1932; Cpl.; Killed 7/3/43 in Southwest Pacific. Source: compiled list – Stephanie / Alumni Directory / WF, NC Listing
Brady, Ray Brown
1938 LL.B; Ensign US Navy – submarine duty; Australia. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Brande, Gilmer Collins
1951 BA. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 26, 1943
Braswell, Homer Parham
1936-1938; 1st Lt., Army Air Corps; Killed 12/15/44 in South Pacific. Source: compiled list – Stephanie / Alumni Directory / WF, NC Listing
Braxton, Norman Huett
1946. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Breedlove, Marshall Raymond
1939 BA; Captain US Marines; Quantico, VA Southwest Pacific. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 12, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Brewer, Coy Estres
Naval Reserve Midshipmen’s School; New York. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Brewer, Samuel Waite, Jr.
1938 – 1943; Marine Reserves Officer Training – Pfc.; Parris Island, SC. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black March 20, 1942 / Febrary 19, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Bridges, Joseph Cleophas
1940-1943; Army Air Corps. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 26, 1943
Brissie, Eugene Field
1940; Naval Reserve Training School – Lt. jg; Atlantic and Pacific Fleets. Source: The Student – Nov. ‘41 / Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black January 31, 1942 / WF Scrapbook
Britt, Everett Johnson “Shaky”, Jr.
1938-1942; Aviation Cadet; Amarillo, TX. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black October 2, 1942; July 16, 1943
Britt, Neill LaSane
1936-1940; Lt. Army Air Corps; POW for 2 years. Killed in air raid over Germany. Source: Wake Forest History and Alumni Directory/ Old Gold & Black July 16, 1943
Britt, Neill LaSane “Slick”
1936-1940; Lt. US Army Air Corps – pilot; MIA Germany – following raid over coast of France. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 21, 1944; March 10, 1945; March 9, 1945; Febrary 11, 1944; July 16, 1943
Brock, Ernest Cole, Jr.
1945-1948 1952 MD. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Brogden, Jeffrey Monroe
1948; US Army Enlisted Reserve Corps. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black January 8, 1943
Brooks, Albert “Chester” Terrell
1932 – BS 1942 MA; Sgt Army Air Corps; England; Died 4/24/44 plane crash Polebrook, England. Source: Howler ’45 / Alumni Directory / WF, NC Listing / WF Scrapbook
Broughton, Joseph Melville, Jr.
1944 BA; brother to Thomas Broughton – Marine Reserve Officer Class V-12; Duke University; Quantico, VA. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black December 3, 1943; November 16, 1945; November 5, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Broughton, Thomas Battle
1942-1943 1945 – 1948; brother to Joseph M. Broughton. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black December 3, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Brown, Wade E.
1931 LL.B.; Lt. jg US Navy. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 28, 1944
Brumet, Ralph Harold
1942 BS; Ensign Naval Reserve or 2nd Lt. Marine Corps; instructor Naval Air Training Center; Pensicola, FL. Source: Alumni Directory/ Old Gold & Black December 12, 1942; June 18, 1943; October 1, 1943
Bryant, Walter Rudolph
1942 and 1948 J.D.; Lieutenant US Navy; Atlanta, Italy. Source: 43 Howler / Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black March 17, 1942; February 26, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Bullock, Wilbur Yates
1937-1940; Lt., US Naval Reserves; Killed 4/12/45 Killed in action near Okinawa, Japan. Source: Alumni Directory/ WF History / WF, NC Listing
Bullock, William Cobb, Jr.
1938-1940; Lt. B-17 bomber pilot, squadron leader and flight commander; Killed 8/29/44 in action over Czechoslovakia. Source: Howler ’45/ Alumni Directory/ WF History / WF, NC Listing / Old Gold & Black March 16, 1945
Burgess, John Vann “RIP”
1949 BS; Lt. Aviation – bombbardier; Tennessee Polytechnic Insitutue Cooleville, TN. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black January 28, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Burney, John Jay, Jr.
1950 BS; Invasion into France. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Butler, Robert Herman
1938-1940; Captain US Army – Bombardier training instructor; New Guinea. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 14, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Butler, William Hilbreth
1940-1943; Killed in action. Source: Howler ’44 / WF History/ Alumni Directory/ WF, NC Listing
Butler, William R., Jr.
1938-1940; Killed 8/22/43 – killed in action over Germany. Source: Howler ’44 / WF History/ Alumni Directory
Butterworth, Joseph Millard, Jr.
1942 BS; Lt. jg; Stationed in South Pacific. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 14, 1944
Butts, Charles Glasgow
1938 BA 1942 LL.B.; 2nd Lt.; Fort Washington, MD. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Jan. 14, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Byerly, Claude Henry
1940 BS; Captain – US Army Medical Corps – 9th Army. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black March 16, 1945
Byerly, J. Hampton, Dr.
1930 BS; Captain – Air Corps Technical Training School; Goldsboro, NC. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Byrd, Charles W.
1941 BS; 2nd Lt Army Air Forces – pilot Liberator bomber with 33+ missions against Japan; Spence Field, Moultrie, GA; South Pacific Soloman Islands. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Byrd, Jack Morgan
1937-1939; Pvt.; South Pacific – New Caledonia. Source: Alumni Dirctory / WF Scrapbook
Byrd, Walter Readyn
1937 BS; 1st Lt. Army Air Corps; Topeka, Kansas. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black April 30, 1943 / WF Scrapbook

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Calvert, Emory James
1947 BS. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black March 8, 1946
Campbell, William Davis
1948; Saipan invasion. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Cansler, Leslie Ervin, Jr.
1941 BA; Ensign US Navy Lt. jg.; Atlantic; Mediterranean. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Febrary 19, 1943; February 11, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Canter, Shelton Carl
1943 BS; Officers Training School – Northwestern University; Chicago, IL. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black April 9, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Carlton, Pritchard S.
1938 BA; Ensign US Navy / Lt jg / Commanding Officer USS LCS-73; Italy. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black January 28, 1944; March 2, 1945
Carlyle, John Bethune
1922 BA 1924 BS Med.; Captain – Treat German POWs; Camp Forest, TN; GA. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black October 20, 1944; December 3, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Carnes, Everette Cornell
1948 LL.B.; US Army antiaircraft artillery; 48 months: Aleutian Islands – Dutch Harbor; Pre-Pearl Harbor Ribbon and bronze star; Asiatic – Pacific Ribbon and bronze star. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black November 2, 1945
Carowan, Clarence Bennett, Jr.
1947 BS; Seaman 1st Class; US Naval Training Station Great Lakes, Ill. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946 / WF Scrapbook
Carpenter, Walter Tressell, Jr.
1943BA; Ensign US Navy – Midshipman School; Notre Dame. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black October 15, 1943; November 11, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Carr, Joseph Columbus
1938-1940. Source: ZSR/SCA listing / Alumni Directory
Carroll, Seavy Alexander Wesley
1940; Paratrooper. Source: 1943 Howler and Alumni Directory
Carter, Clarence Dixon
Source: WF Scrapbook
Carter, Richard Clay
1930-1932; Pvt. Infantry; Killed 3/18/45 – Germany. Source: ZSR/SCA listing / Alumni Directory / WF, NC Listing
Cashwell, Walter James, Jr.
1952 LL.B.; 2nd Lt. Army Air Corps – pilot training; Maxwell Field, AL; Columbus Air Field, MS. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 26, 1943; March 3, 1944; October 15, 1943; June 30, 1944; March 3, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Castlebury, Frank David
Veteran Administrator at Wake Forest; 1940 BS; Army Combat Engineers; Army Corps of Military Police; Wake Forest, NC. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black November 1, 1946 / Old Gold & Black November 15, 1946
Cathel, Edwin J.
Source: WF Scrapbook
Cathell, Edwin Jennings
1923-1925; Lt. Col. Army Medical Corps. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 26, 1943
Cathey, Hamlin R.
1947 BA; B-17 pilot – shot down / burning; POW in Germany for 11.5 months. Served a total of 35 months. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Febrary 15, 1946
Chamblee, Fredrick Garland
1943 BS; Gunnery instructor’s course; Buckingham Army Air Field, Ft. Myers, FL. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black April 28, 1944
Chamblee, William Horace
1941 BS; US Navy; USS Arkansas; USS Patoka. Source: The Student – Oct. ’40 and Nov.’41 / Alumni Directory
Chamlee, Robert G.
Army Air forces Mechanics School; Camp Consair, San Diego, Cal. Source: WF Scrapbook
Chappell, Ernest Calvin
1947 BA; US Navy – radioman on destroyer; USS Isaid. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Oct. 6, 1944 / October 26, 1945
Charles, William Thomas
1942 BS; Ensign US Navy. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Jan. 14, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Chauncey, George Austin
1944-1945; Pvt. Infantry. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black November 2, 1945
Cheek, Charles Wall
1936-1940; Pacific. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black May 26, 1944
Cheek, Edward Lee
1943 BS; Aviation cadet in US Army Air Corp – brother Paul H. Cheek; Killed 1/28/44 in a plane crash in Greenwood, MS. Source: Howler ’44/ Alumni Directory / WF History / WF, NC Listing / Old Gold & Black February 26, 1943 / February 4, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Cheek, Marshall Reid
1942; 2nd Lt.; South Pacific; MIA/Killed in Action 8/22. Source: Old Gold & Black November 19, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Cheek, Paul Hubert
1941BS; 2nd Lt. Air Corps – MIA after failed mission over German occupied Europe –; San Marcos, Tex., Oklahoma; Ephrata, WA; England; Germany; Brother of E. Cheek; MIA ‘2/24/43-’44/ POW. Source: Howler ’44 / Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Oct. 30, 1942 / Oct. 6, 1944 / May 26, 1944 / February 4, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Chesson, Arthur Saunders, Jr.
1948 BS 1954 MD; Naval Aviatory – flight training Pensicola, Fla.; Florida. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black June 23, 1944
Chesson, Dr. Andrew L.
1934; Captain Medical Corps – US Army; Camp Livingston, La. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Chesson, Richard Therman
1949 BS. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Choate, A-S Bill
Chapel Hill flight training – V-5 Program. Source: Not in Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 21, 1944
Christian, Bernie Joseph
1947 BS; S2c – USNAC. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 7, 1944
Church, Wayne C.
1945-1946. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Ciccarelli, Jack Pete
1940-1942 1945-1956. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Clark, Harry Githens, Jr.
1947 BS; US Marines V-12; Duke University; brother to John Clark. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black November 5, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Clark, John Kenneth
US Navy; brother to Harry Clark. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black November 5, 1943
Clark, Walter Calvin
1941-1943; Killed. Source: Howler ’44/ Alumni Directory / WF History / Old Gold & Black Oct. 2, 1942 / WF Scrapbook
Clark, Walter Clifton “Butch“
1941 BS; Marine Reserve Officer Training; South Pacific; Killed 9/7/43 – wounded in Guadalcanal. Source: Howler ’44/ Alumni Directory / WF History / WF, NC Listing / WF Scrapbook
Clark, William
Source: WF Scrapbook
Cline, Herbert B., Jr.
1942 BS; Lt. Army Air Force; Greenwood, Mississippi. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Cochran, John Thurman “Red”, Jr.
1947 BS; Army Air Corps – NAAC – aviation cadet 2nd Lt. Silver wings – Flying Officer; Albany, Ga., Greenwood, Miss. Nashville, TN; Columbus Army Air Field, Columbus, MS. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black March 12, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Cole, Ben Nooe
1946 BA 1948 Law; US Navy Reserve – Captain USS Hovey – Destroyer ship 1st Am. ship in pre-Luzon Invasion; Bay of Luzon, Philippines; USS Arkansas. Source: Alumni Directory / The Student – Oct. ‘40 / Old Gold & Black February 2, 1945 / September 22, 1945
Cole, Nathan, Jr.
1947 BA; Ensign US Navy Amphibious forces; England. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black June 30, 1944
Coleman, Lewis William
1941 BS; Marine Reserves – Officers Traing School – 2nd Lt. Army Air Forces Advanced Flying School; Dothan, AL. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Oct. 30, 1942 / Old Gold & Black May 9, 1941 / Old Gold & Black July 9, 1943
Collette, John Edwin
1939; 1st Lt US Army. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Nov. 6, 1942
Collier, Clarence Wayne
1940 BS; Pvt. Intelligence / reconnaisance work – 227th Battalion; Fort Blanding, FL. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black April 28, 1944
Collins, Hodges J.
1935-1939; Radio Operatory on Liberator bomber; Killed 9/243 plane crash Port Moresby, New Guinea. Source: Alumni Directory / WF, NC Listing / WF Scrapbook
Collins, John Duren, III
1943 BA; Service Company. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black January 8, 1943
Collins, Walter Victor
1938-1939; 1st Sgt. Infantryman; Killed 9/13/44 in France. Source: Howler ’45/ Alumni Directory/ WF History / Old Gold & Black September 29, 1944
Colvard, George Todd
1916-1917; Lt. Col., Medical Corps; Killed 9/7/44: POW of Japanese on freighter that was sunk. Source: WF, NC Listing / Alumni Directory
Conley, John Joseph
1943 BS; 7th Army; Sgt. Corporal Signal Corps; US Army Reserve Corps – French Instructor; Missouri; England; France; Germany; One of the first Americans into Paris, France. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 25, 1944 / January 8, 1943/ July 2, 1943 / July 28, 1944 / Nov 19, 1943 / Nov. 16, 1945 / May 4, 1945 / May 11, 1945 / WF Scrapbook
Connely, Owen Sergeson, Jr.
1948 BS; Army Air Force Training Command _ Yale University. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 28, 1944
Cook, Charles S.
Ensign US Navy; Southern Dental College, Atlanta, Ga. Source: not in Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Cook, Ernest
Army Field Artillery. Source: Old Gold & Black July 24, 1942 / not in Alumni Directory
Cook, Olen G.
Captian US Army Air Forces; Blackland Army Flying Schoo Waco, Tex. Source: WF Scrapbook
Cooper, Allen Gray, Jr.
1949 BS; 3 months. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black September 22, 1945
Cooper, Charles Memucan, III
1938-1939; 2nd Lt, Army Air Corps – pilot Liberator Bomber; Killed 3/19/44 – plane crash near Biggs Field, Texas. Source: ZSR/SCA listing /Alumni Directory / WF, NC Listing / WF Scrapbook
Copeland, Alvaro B.
1943-1949; 6 months. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black September 22, 1945 / WF Scrapbook
Copeland, Worth Hart
1939 – 1941; Lt. Naval Meterlogical Division / math teacher midshipman school – Columbia Univ.; Columbia University, NY. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Oct. 30, 1942 / Old Gold & Black October 27, 1944
Copley, James Thomas
1944 BA; Marine Reserves Officers Training. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black March 20, 1942
Coppedge, Clyde Henry, Jr.
1937-1938. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black November 16, 1945
Corbin, George Wesley
1939 BS 1941 BS Med. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Corbin, Phillip Lyon
1938-1941; US Army. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Corpening, Albert Newton
1923 BA; Major / Chaplain 12th AFF B-25 Mitchell Medium Bomber Hdqtrs; Corsica. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black March 2, 1945
Corrie, Wirt H.
1941 BS; Captain / Lt. 13th Air Force – bomber pilot – one of most decorate airmen in Pacific; South Pacific; Distinguished Flying Cross x 3 Air Metal x 5. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Oct. 6, 1944 / February 11, 1944 / April 28, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Cox, Howard Lewis
1937-1939; Aviation Training / Flying instructor Army Air Corps – 1st Lt.; Jackson, Miss. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black March 3, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Cox, James
1940-41; Engine School. Source: Alumni Directory
Cox, Louis Graves
1941-1943; 1st Lt. Army Air Corps – pilot for single engine aircraft , 2nd Lt. AAF Advanced Single Engine School; Napier Field, AL; Brother of Roy Theodore Cox; Killed 8/12/44 – plane crash near Richmond, Va. Source: Alumni Directory / Forest History / WF, NC Listing / Old Gold & Black February 19, 1943 / September 29, 1944 / April 21, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Cox, Roy Theodore, Jr.
1933-1935; US Navy; Brother to Louis Graves Cox; Killed 11/13/42 – in action on Juneau – sunk off Solomon Is. Source: Howler ’44 / WF History/ Alumni Directory / WF, NC Listing / Old Gold & Black September 29, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Cox, Walter Carr
Sgt. US Army; Fort Bragg; North Africa. Source: WF Scrapbook
Cox, William Riley
1949 BS; 33 months. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black September 22, 1945
Crabtree, Clem Gurley
1936-1940; 2nd Lt. Army Air force Officer Training School – physical training officer; Miami, FL. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Nov. 10, 1944 / March 15, 1943 / November 17, 1944 /WF Scrapbook
Craig, Edward Myles “Edd”
1940-1943; Cadet US Army. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 9, 1943
Craig, William Kenneth “Bill”
1943 BS 1946 BGSMedicine. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Nov. 10, 1944
Creech, Judson Yates
Source: WF Scrapbook
Creel, Frank Lamar
1948 MD; Cadet US Naval Pre-med Program; Chapel Hill, NC. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 9, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Critcher, Burrus Allen “Monk”, Jr.
1948; Ensign US Naval Reserve; Pensacola, FL. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black January 28, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Crockett, Charles
1934-1939, 1947 LL.B; Ensign US Naval Reserve; Cornell / Harvard. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Crook, Ray Willard
1941 BS; 2nd Lt. Army Air Corps; Bombardier Training; Roswell Army Air Field; turner Field, GA; Europe; Killed 4/14/45 – bombing mission near Saipan. Source: ZSR/SCA listing / Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black June 19, 1942 / March 3, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Cross, George
1946; Europe. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Currie, Benjamin
?; Lt. – air combat; Solomon Islands. Source: Not in Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Febrary 19, 1943
Currier, William Parrish, Jr.
1949 BS 1951 LL.B; US Naval Training Center; Bainbridge,MD. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Nov. 10, 1944 / Old Gold & Black November 17, 1944
Curtis, Walter Lewis, Jr.
1936 BS; Lt. Commander US Navy; Philippines- USS Princeton; Carrier Hornet – both sunk. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black November 17, 1944

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Dale, Wheeler
1937 BA; 1st Lt. – sales officer AAF Basic Flying School; Courtland, AL. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 16, 1943
Daly, John Marion, Jr.
1946-1948. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Daniel, John Shipp
1937-1939; 1st Lt. Army Air Corps; Prison camp in Japan. Source: Howler ’45 / not in Alumni Directory / WF, NC Listing
Daniel, William Woodson
1942-1943; 2nd Lt. 12th AFF B-25 Group – 25th mission as bombardier attacking Brenner Pass; Mediterranean Theatre. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black May 4, 1945
Darden, Thomas Hardy “Tom”
1947 BS; 9 months. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Febrary 15, 1946 / Old Gold & Black September 22, 1945
Davis, Barrie Spilman
1940-1942; Lt. 15th Army Air Force HQ – P-51 mustang and Thunderbolt fighter pilot – 59 missons; Maxwell Field; Las Vegas Army Air Field; Napier Field, Dothan, AL; Italy. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 21, 1944/ July 14, 1944 / December 3, 1943 / September 9, 1944 / October 1, 1943 / June 30, 1944 / May 11, 1945 / WF Scrapbook
Davis, Emmett Jordan, Jr.
1939 BA 1941 MA; Naval Reserve Training School; Communications Officer on tanker; Tanker on Atlantic; Greenland; Newport Rhodes Island. Source: The Student – Nov. ‘41 / Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Back May 8, 1942 / Old Gold & Black March 3, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Davis, Eric Farmer
1924-1927; 1st Lt., Infantry; Commandant of the Abra garrison; commander of trainig camp; Lt. jg; South Pacific; Second Wake Death; Brother to Ferd Leary Davis; Killed 1/4/42 in action in Luzon, Phillipines. Source: Wake Forest History /Alumni Directory / WF, NC Listing / Old Gold & Black Feb. 20, 1942 and Feb. 13, 1942 / Old Gold & Black Febrary 12, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Davis, Ferd Leary
1940 BS 1953 LL.B; Lt. Squadron B, Group I Navigation Preflight School; 2nd Lt. Army Air Forces; Captain 13th AFF – Pan-Am Airways School; Squadron navigator; Univ. of Miami at Coral Gables, FL; Monroe, LA; S. Pacific Admirality Islands; Far East Command, Southwest Pacific; Brother to Eric Farmer Davis. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black 9/18/42 / Nov. 6, 1942 / March 9, 1945 / February 12, 1943 / May 19, 1944 / June 30, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Davis, Henry K.
1946; Invasion of Okinawa. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Davis, Howard Braxton
1942-1943 1945-1946; US Army – 1st Army; Germany; Awarded a silver star and a purple heart. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black September 22, 1945
Davis, John Dixon
1947 BA; Ensign US Navy; Naval Preparatory School – air cadet; University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC; War Training School ST. Petersburg, FL; Southwest Pacific. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Oct. 6, 1944 / October 15, 1943 / December 3, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Davis, Kenneth Earl
1947 BS. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Davis, Tom “Boredface” I.
Lt jg US Navy – mining school; Yorktown, PA; Charleston, SC. Source: The Student Dec. ’41 / Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Dawkins, Marion Vance
1939-1941; Lt. pilot and bomber; South Pacific; Distinguished Flyng Cross, Air Medal for heroic action. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 18, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
DeVane, Graham S.
2nd Lt. USMR; Quantico, VA. Source: WF Scrapbook
DeVane, Ralph
US Marine Corps Reserve. Source: The Student -Oct ‘40 not in Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Dickens, William Irvin
1939 BS; Pvt. Advanced fighter pilot training school. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black January 8, 1943
Dixon, Lawrence F.
15th AFF – left waist gunner on B-24 Liberator; Europe; 35 missions over Nazi occupied Germany; Ploesti Romania; Blechammer; Szolvok, Hungry; France; Greece; Yogoslavia; Northern Italy. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black October 27, 1944 / Old Gold & Black October 27, 1944
Dize, Lenwood Bennett
1948 BS; Invastion of Sicily, Salerno, Anzio, Normandy. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Dobson, Norwood Harris
1939 BS; Lt jg, 1st Lt., Naval Air Corps; Killed 5/8/44 – plane crash over Cape Cod, Mass. Source: Howler ’45 / Alumni Directory/ WF HIstory / WF, NC Listing / Old Gold & Black May 26, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Dockham, Elwood C.
1945-1946; Air Corps; 29 months; 3 Bronze Stars. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Oct. 12, 1945 / Old Gold & Black September 22, 1945
Donnell, Jack L.
1943; Cpl – Army Air forces; Italy. Source: WF Scrapbook
Dowda, Harry Clinton
1949. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Dowdee, I. Leonard
Major US Army Engineers Corps.; Camp Hood, Texas England. Source: WF Scrapbook
Dowtin, James Morgan
1940-1942; Aviation cadet – Army Air Force; Douglas, GA; Cochran Field, Macon, GA. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 18, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Dowtin, Rex
1935-1937; USAF – Major. Source: The Student – Oct.’41 / Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Dowtin, William Pryor
1911-1912; Killed 1944 in France. Source: ZSR/SCA listing and Alumni Directory
Dozier, James Hoyt
1946 BS; US Naval Preparatory School; University of South Carolina. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black October 15, 1943
Drummand, Charles Max
1948-1948 1952 MD. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Dull, Carl A., Jr.
1939 BS; Naval Reserve – Boston. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 24, 1942
Duncavage, Joseph Anthony
1942 BS; Marines Reserve Officers Training. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black March 20, 1942
Dunn, Bill
1942; USNR – midshipman. Source: WF Scrapbook
Dupree, Herbert
2nd Lt. Marine Crops; Officers Training – Quantico, VA. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Durham, Lynn
1938 Law School Graduate; US Army Air Corps. Source: Alumni Directory/ The Student – Oct. ’41
Durham, Marshall Pershing
1937-1941; Army Air Corps – Corporal. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black May 8, 1942 / Oct. 2, 1942

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Eakes, James Zachariah
1943; US Navy Midshipman; Notre Dame; Guadalcanal; New Caledonia; New Zealand; Australia. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 25, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Early, Harold
1940. Source: Alumni Directory/ The Student – Oct. ’41
Early, James Godsey
1941 BS; Lt., Navy – escort duty Atlantic; USS Impulse; Killed 4/23/45 off coast of Maine when his ship hit a mine. Source: Wake Forest History / Alumni Directory / WF, NC Listing / Old Gold & Black June 18, 1943 / April 27, 1945 / September 22, 1943
Earnhardt, David Ralph, Jr.
1939 BS; Lt. US Army – Fort Bragg; Fort Bragg, NC. Source: The Student – Dec. ‘ 41 / Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black September 29, 1944
Earp, Howard
1934 BS; Chief Petty Officer US Navy. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Easley, John A., “Jack” Jr.
1943 BS; Radio Research and Observation; Carnegie Institute – Department of Terrestial Magnetism – DC; Canada. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black October 29, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Eason, Fredrick Jackson
1941 BA; Ensign Praire State Midshipman School; PT Boat Training; USNR V-7 midshipman school; Stationed Soloman Islands Pacific; New Orleans. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black March 2, 1945 / WF Scrapbook
Edmondson, William Donald
1941-1943; Army Air Corps pre-flight training; US Marines V-12; Univ. Tennessee; Duke University. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black November 5, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Edwards , W. L. (Wade Lapsley)
1957 BS; Normandy; Asia; Pacific; Africa. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Edwards, Cole Gray, Jr.
Source: ZSR/SCA listing not in Alumni Directory
Edwards, John Raymond
1938 – 1939; Captain 400th armored Field Artillery; Camp Pickett, VA; Fort Knox, KY; Carlysle Barracks, PA; England. Source: Not in Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Edwards, Joseph Gerald
1942-1943, 1946-1947; S. Sgt. waist gunner 8th Air Force on Flying Fortress; England. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black April 13, 1945 / Old Gold & Black April 27, 1945
Edwards, Opie Gray
1939-1942; 1st Lt., Army Air Corps – pre flight training; George Field; Killed 12/12/44 near Budapest, Hungary. Source: Howler ’45/ WF History /Alumni Directory /WF, NC Listing / Old Gold & Black March 26, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Edwards, Otho Leonard, Jr.
1937-1938; Ensign US Navy Aviator; MIA. Source: ZSR/SCA listing / Alumni Directory / WF,NC Listing / Old Gold & Black April 13, 1945 / Febrary 19, 1943
Eisenberg, Bernard “Bernie”
1949 BS 1952 MS; Pvt. – Medical Division; Camp Upton, NY; Camp Reynolds, Greenville, PA. Source: Alumni DIrectory / Old Gold & Black November 19,1943 / Old Gold & Black July 16, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Elam, Douglas Burnett
1948; Cadet Midshipman US Navy; US Maritime Service – Warrant Officer; Merchant Marine Academy; Normandy invasion. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Jan. 14, 1944 / March 9, 1945 / February 2, 1945 / WF Scrapbook
Ellington, Hillis Remsen
1932 1935 LL.B; Lt. US Marines; AAF Artillery Battalion Training Center; Camp Lejeune, NC; Southwest Pacific. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Oct. 6, 1944 / Old Gold & Black April 21, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Elliott, Thomas Benjamin, Jr.
1940 BA; Captain / Lt. bombardier 17th Bombardier Leader Army Air Corps; Hemet and Santa Ana, CA; Albequerque, NM; Tampa and Lakeland, FL; Purple Heart for injuries at Salerno, Italy; Killed 7/20/44 – in air crash in Apennine Mountains, Italy. Source: Howler ’45 /Alumni Directory / WF, NC Listing / Old Gold & Black Sept. 25, 1942 / Old Gold & Black April 28, 1944 /WF Scrapbook
Elliott, Thomas William
1939-1941; 1st Lt. US Navy – aviation; . Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black June 19, 1942 / WF Scrapbook
Erickson, Joseph T.
1946-1948; Invasion of Phillipines. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Evans, Don Tolbert
1945 BS; Georgia Tech student in chemical engineering; Duke Univ.; UNC Chapel Hill / Atlanta, GA. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 7, 1944 / October 29, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Everett, James Redding
1921 BA 1923 Th.B.; Captain US Army Chaplains Corps; San Francisco Port of Embarkation. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black September 29, 1944

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Fagan, Coy Walter
1937 BS; Lt. Army Air Force – combat intelligence officer; Middle East. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black September 29, 1944
Faircloth, Thomas Curtis
1949 BA. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black September 22, 1945
Fairly, Robert S.
1946-1947; 9 months. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Fales, Robert Martin
1929 BS; Captain US Army Air Corps. Source: Alumni Directory
Farnum, Norman R., Jr.
1941-1943; Army Air Corps. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black March 3, 1943
Farrell, Wayne
1941; 306th Fighter Squadron. Source: not in Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Nov. 6, 1942
Faucett, Henry Frank Jr.
1943 BS; Ensign, US Navy – Naval Reserve Midshipman’s School; Notre Dame. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Ferguson, Henry Lee, Jr.
1946 BS; 1st Lt. 453rd Ordnance Evacuation Co.; Camp Polk, La. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Febrary 19, 1943
Ferguson, John Edward “Johnny”, Jr.
1943 BS; Fort McPherson, GA- 42 months; Killed 9/22/44. Source: Howler ’45 /Alumni Directory/ WF, NC Listing
Fineberg, Charles
1942 BS; Us Coast Guard Academy. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black January 8, 1943
Fisher, Ira Marshall
2nd lt. Army Air Forces; Craig Field. Source: WF Scrapbook
Fleming, James L
1927 BS; First Group Regular Station Training Center; England. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Floyd, Andrew James
1941; Naval Reserves. Source: The Student – Nov.
Floyd, Eldra Moore, Jr.
1948 LL.B. 1950 Law; Lt. junior grade Naval Reserves – in charge of in-shore subbase; Georgetown, SC in-shore sub base; Pacific. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 24, 1942 / Old Gold & Black April 13, 1945 / WF Scrapbook
Folks, William Randolph
1934-1935; 1st Lt. Army Quarter-master Corps / Coast Artillery/ Officers Candidate School; Camp Lee, VA; Robins Field, GA; Fort Moultrie, SC; Fort Screven, GA. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Forbes, Haywood Foster “Hal”
1941; US Naval Reserves. Source: The Student – Oct. 1940 / Alumni Directory41 / Alumni Directory
Ford, Joseph Chandler, III
1938-1939; Major, Army Air Corps – pilot of troop carrier plane “flying Covered Wagons”; Panama; Central America; New Guinea Battles of Wau and Buna in NG; Died of wounds on 5/8/44 resulting from a plane crash in Finsch-hafen, N. Guinea. Source: Howler ’45 / Alumni Directory/ WF HIstory / WF, NC Listing / Old Gold & Black May 26, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Foreman, Walter Thomas, Jr.
1942-1943; Aviation Cadet – Bombardier flight training; New Mexico. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black March 3, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Fowler, Aubrey Allen, Jr
1940-1941; Lt. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 14, 1944
Francis, Charles Arthur
1938 BA; US Army Chaplain. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 7, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Friday, David Latham, Jr.
1948 BS; US Air Force; Bambridge, GA. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Febrary 19, 1943
Friday, Rutherford Rowan “Rudd”
1943 BS; US Navy Phm 3-c – Pharmacist’s Mate 3rd Class Naval Hospital; Chelsea, MA. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black October 20, 1944 / Old Gold & Black March 16, 1945
Fuller, David Dowd
1940 BS; Chief Petty Officer – Gene Tunney PE outfit – USNR; Chief Specialist USNR physical education instructory; State Teachers’ College – Missouri; Terminal Island, CA. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Fuller, Hollis Thomas
1941 BA; A-C – AAF Training Center Command School for communications; Yale University. Source: Alumni Directory Old Gold & Black April 21, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Furgurson, Ernest Whitmal
1934 BS; 1st Lt. Medical Corps US Army Air Forces; Morris Field, Charlotte, NC. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook

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Gallimore, Rev. Arthur Raymond
1909 BA; Baptist Missionary; Internment Camp – Canton, China. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Gallimore, Richard Harris “Dick”
1947 BS; Aviation Cadet; Flight instructor; pilot – Army Air Corps – 2nd Lt.; Brother to Bob Gallimore. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Oct. 6, 1944 / April 7, 1944 / Oct. 5,1945 / February 19, 1943
Gallimore, Robert Stephenson “Bob”
1943; Paratrooper; Pvt.; Corporal US Army; Air Corps Medical Detachment; Public Relations; Brother to Dick Gallimore; Kearns, UT; Malden Air Field, MO. Source: 43 Howler / Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Nov. 20, 1942/ January 8, 1943 / Febrary 19, 1943 / January 1, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Galloway, John Elliott “Eli”
1947; PE Instructor US Navy; preflight training; Memphis, TN. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black April 10, 1942 / March 19, 1943 / March 8, 1946 / WF History/ WF, NC Listing /
Gantt, Martin Hentry “Hank”, III
1948 BA; Purple Heart recipient. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Oct. 6, 1944 – Veterans Club
Gantt, Samual Jones, Jr.
1941 LL.B. Source: The Student – Dec. ‘ 41 / Alumni Directory
Gatling, Robert R.
1938 BS 1939 Med. Cert.; Lt. jg US Navy. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Gauldin, John Harris
1949 BS. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Geer, Russell Patten “Pat”, Jr.
1942 BA; Army Air Corps; Keesler Field, Biloxi, MS. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black October 29, 1943
Gentry, Jack Dunlap
1941-1943 1946-1950; US Army Personell Office; Buckingham Army Air Field, Ft. Myers, FL. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black April 28, 1944
George Andrew Rader
1935 MD; Major US Army Field Hosp. Unit Bataan, Philippines; Philippines POW – Military Camp #2; Killed 1944. Source: ZSR/SCA Listing / Alumni Directory/ Old Gold & Black May 8, 1942 / Old Gold & Black October 20, 1944
Germany, John
Cadet US Navy; Naval Pre-Medical School Chapel Hill, NC. Source: Not in Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Gholson, Grover DuRell, Jr.
1934-1936; Lt. US Army; Southwest Pacific. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Gibson, Hubert
Pvt US Army – Tank Corp.; Fort Knox, Ky, Fort Meade. Source: Not in Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Gill, Edwin D.
1925-1927; US Army Engineers. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 28, 1944
Gilliam, Robert Lawrence
1942-1943; Army Air Corps. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 26, 1943
Gilliam, Thomas Spencer
1939 BA; Killed 5/8/42 in plane crash. Source: Alumni Directory / WF, NC Listing / WF Scrapbook
Gilliland, James Daniels
1948 LL.B.; Lt. jg US Navy. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black March 19, 1943
Gilliland, James Daniels “Jimmy”
1948 Law; Ensign US Naval Reserves Lt. jg US Navy; South Pacific. Source: Alumni Directory / WF, NC Listing / WF Scrapbook
Gilpin, George William
1940-1941; 1st Lt., Air Corps; Killed 4/6/43 in action in Tunisia, North Africa. Source: Zsr/SCA listing and Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Givler, Carl William
1938-1942; Pvt Marine Corps; Hawaii. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black January 28, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Glasgow, Jesse Edward, Jr.
1948 BS; Quartermaster Co; New Guinea.
Glass, Ernest Wilson
1944 BA; Duke University Divinity School; Durham, NC. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 7, 1944
Glass, Roy Seymour
1948 BS; Pvt.; Miami, FL. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 16, 1943
Glenn, Jack S.
1950 BA. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Glover, Eugene Basil
1941-1943; Pvt., Infantry; Killed 12/17/44 – Luxembourg. Source: ZSR/SCA listing /Alumni Directory / WF, NC Listing
Godwin, James Robert
1946 BS; 10 months. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black September 22, 1945
Godwin, Jasper L., Jr.
1949 BS; Lt. 10th Air Force – navigator on B-25; India – Burma – 59 missions. Source: Alumni Directory Old Gold & Black October 22, 1943 /WF Scrapbook
Godwin, Phillip Pittman
1953 BS. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Goldberg, Robert Aaron
1942 LL.B.; Civilian Pilot Training program / Naval Pre-flight School – Chapel Hill, NC/ Aviation Cadet; Killed 5/27/45 – air crash off coast of Okinawa, Japan. Source: WF History/ Alumni Directory / WF, NC Listing / Old Gold & Black February 12, 1943 / October 1, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Gore, John William
1925; Executive Officer to 124 service men attending BGS Medicine – Winston-Salem, NC. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 9, 1943
Goss, Elmer Russell
1937-1939; Army Techician 4th Grade; Stationed in England; brother of Malcolm Goss; Died December 1, 1940. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 26, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Goss, Malcolm Doris
S. Sgt US Army; Stationed North Africa; brother of Elmer Goss. Source: Not in Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 26, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Grady, Henry Willard, Jr.
1934-1935; Pvt. – Apprentice Seaman; Chapel Hill, NC. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 28, 1944 / Old Gold & Black July 16, 1943
Grady, Leland Vane
1937 BS; 1st Lt. Dental Corps – US Army. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Greason, Edward Herman
1940 BS; US Marine Crops. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Green, Phillip Palmer
1912-1914; Colonel – commanding offier North Sector General Hospital; Pacific – Schofield Barracks. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Greene, George William
1921 BA; Lt. US Navy – he was present in Phillipines when war broke out – then joined Navy; Served in WWI and WWII; Japanese POW in Phillipines. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black April 13, 1945
Gregory, James Carl
1948 LL.B.; 30 months. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black September 22, 1945
Grice, Robert Earle, Jr.
1940-1941; 2nd Lt Transportation Corps Officer Candidate School; Ft Leonard Wood, MO; Ft. Washington, MD; New Orleans, LA. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Griffin, Leslie W
1937 BS 1941; Captain Medical Crops US Army; Carlisel Barracks, PA; Camp Atterbury, IN, Edgewood Arsenal, MD; Ft. Benjamin Harrison, IN. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Grooms, Edward Conley
1937-1938; 1st Lt. Air Corps; Killed 8/16/44 – in action over North Sea. Source: ZSR/SCA listing / Alumni Directory / WF,NC Listing
Gunter, Linsey P., Jr.
1939-40, 1946-1947. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Guy, Charles Lee
1934-1936; Air Corps Training Center – USAF. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black May 8, 1942

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Hagaman, Hugh Bernard
1941-1943; Pvt. US Marines V-12; Duke University. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black November 5, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Haire, William Clyde, Jr.
1949. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Hairfield, Beverly D.
1936 BS 1939 MD; Surgeon 5th Army; Italy. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black October 20, 1944
Hampton, James Harris, Jr.
1948 BS, 1952 MD; 6 months. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black September 22, 1945
Hamrick, Pinkney Wellington
1946. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Hand, Leroy Corbett, Jr.
1947 BS; Lt. junior grade Naval Reserve – Atlantic Fleet; Naval Reserve Shipman School, NY. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Sept. 25, 1942 / WF Scrapbook
Hardwicke, John Hart, Jr.
1934-1936; 1st Lt. Army Medical Administrative Corps / 2nd Lt. Medical Admin. Corps Armored Div.; Ft. Benning, GA; Camp Gorgon Augusta, GA. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Nov. 6, 1942 / April 30, 1943 / May 26, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Hargett, Christopher Barker
1946-1949. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Harper, G. G.
1942 BS; US Naval Reserve – V-7; Notre Dame, IN. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Harrell, Frank L., Jr.
1942 BS; Lt. jg US Navy; Pacific. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black May 11, 1945
Harrell, Robert Brent
1940 BA; Ensign / Lt. jg US Navy; Northwestern Univ – Chicago, IL; Navy Mines Warfare School Yorktown, VA; Charleston, SC. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Harrell, Victor Hugo, Jr.
1941 BS; US Navy – aviation. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black June 19, 1942
Harrell, Vie
1943; US Army Air Corps. Source: The Student – Oct.’41 /not in Alumni Directory
Harris, Carlton McKenzie
1945 BS; Cadet US Naval Pre-med Program; Chapel Hill, NC. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 9, 1943
Harris, Edgar Tyler, Jr.
1938-1941; 2nd Lt. Infantryman; Killed 6/21/44 – in action Cherbourg, France. Source: Howler ’45/ Alumni Directory/ WF History / WF, NC Listing / Old Gold & Black November 11, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Harris, Guy Phillip, Jr.
1939-1942, 1946-1949; US Navy – aviation cadet / aviator preflight training; Pensicola, FL. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Jan. 14, 1944 / Old Gold & Black May 26, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Harris, Walter Frazier
1947 BA. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Harris, William H., Jr
1947 BS, 1948 Law; US Naval Reserve. Source: Alumni Directory / The Student – Oct. 1940 / WF Scrapbook
Hartsfield, Jake A.
1940 BS; Lt. – Medical Replacement Training Center – Officer Training School / Medical Admin.; Ft. Benning, GA; Camp Barkley, TX. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black January 1, 1943 / October 15, 1943 / June 30, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Harvey, William Burnett
1943 BA; Ensign / Lt jg US Navy / US Naval Reserve Midshipman School / Amphib. Atlantic Command; Notre Dame, Indiana; Europe D-Day Invasion; Pacific. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Jan. 14, 1944 / January 28, 1944 / November 11, 1943 / February 2, 1945 / February 23, 1945 / WF Scrapbook
Harwick, Robert
Naval Reserves. Source: Not in Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black June 19, 1942
Hawkins, Leo Franklin
1944 BA. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black November 2, 1945
Hayes, Harold Swanson
1946-1949; Apprentice Seaman US Naval Reserves – Army Air Corps. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 21, 1944
Hayes, James Madison, Jr.
1940 LL.B.; 2nd Lt. / Captain US Marines; Pacific. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Hayes, James Wells “Jimmy”
1948 BS; Marines; Stationed in Guadalcanal – South Pacific. Source: Alumni Directory Old Gold & Black February 26, 1943
Haynes, Caleb Vance
Colonel and chief of American Bomber Command – China; Stationed in China. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Haywood, Fred Galbraith
1939-1941, 1946. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Febrary 1, 1946
Helm, Robert Meredith, Jr.
1939; 2nd Lt. US Army Quartermaster Corps; Fort Bragg, NC; Barksdale Field, La; Camp Lee, Va. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black – July 17, 1942 / Old Gold & Black Jan. 14, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Helms, Thurman Brown
1930 BS; Pfc; Chatom, AL. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black November 3, 1944
Helsabeck, Chester Joseph
1937-1939; Pilot Billy Mitchell Bomber; North Africa. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Helsabeck, William Johnson
1941 BS; Pilot B-25 Mitchell Bomber; Algeria. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 9, 1943
Henly, Paul Branson
1939-1941; 2nd Lt. Marine Crops Reserves; Pacific; 100 bombing missions; 275 combat flying hours. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black – June 18, 1943
Herzog, Ernest George
1935-1936; 2nd Lt. US Army – Field Artillery School; Officer’s Motor Course. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black October 29, 1943
Hester, Frank M. “Pat”
1942 BA; Air Force Band; Morriss Field, Charlotte, NC. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black December 3, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Hicks, Greig Lee
1942-1943; Aviation Cadet; Columbus, MS.
Highsmith, William Jesse, Jr.
1935 BS 1950 MD; US Navy – Training School; Columbia University, NY.
Hill, Elbert Gray, Jr.
1940 BS; Lt. – studied meterology; Maxton, NC air base; University of Chicago. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black March 10, 1944 / February 11, 1944
Hinerman, Joseph Walker
1946 BS; 1st Lt – Army Air Corps – B-24 pilot 15th Air Force European Theatre; 8 War Ribbons. Air Battles: Arno, The Balkins, Southern and Northern France, Po Valley, Appenines, The Rhineland, and Germany; MIA 3/23/45 in Europe. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 26, 1943 / April 27, 1945 / October 26, 1945 / WF Scrapbook
Hipps, Hugh Donald
1948 BS; 1956 MA; 1st class petty officer US Navy – physical instructors school; Bainbridge, MD; Corpus Christi, TX; Columbus Air Base Columbus, MS; Tyandall Field Panama City, FL. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black November 11, 1943 / July 19, 1946 / WF Scrapbook
Hipps, Robert Owen
1941-1943; N.A.A.C., Nashville, TN.; Army Air Corps, Aviation Cadet; Columbus Army Air Field, Columbus, MS. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black June 18, 1943 / February 26, 1943 / Arpil 21, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Hobgood, Clarence E.
1936 BA; Chaplain Fighter Command School Base; Orlando, FL. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Hobgood, Hamilton Harris
1941 LL.B.; 2nd Lt. US Marine Corps; Quantico, VA. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Hoke, Harold Reid
1949 BS; A.S.T.P. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 14, 1944
Holbrook, Carl Britt
1943-1944; A-S V-12 Unit Chapel Hill, NC. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 14, 1944
Holder, Edward James
1937 BA; Radio Operator for bombers; Hamilton Field, CA. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Holding, William Willis, III
1941 BA; Army Air Forces Central flying Command; Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black October 15, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Holland, Paul Robert, Jr.
1940-1942; US Army; US Military Academy. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 24, 1942
Holliday, Francis T.
1941 LL.B.; T – Sgt.; Europe. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black March 16, 1945
Hollingsworth, Leon Howard
1943 BA; 2nd Army; Camp McKoy, WI. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 9, 1943
Holoman, Mahlon Browne
1926BS; Captain. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 28, 1944
Hood, Thomas Allen
1940 BA; 2nd Lt US Army Air Forces – navigator; Selman Field, Monroe, LA. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Hooks, Barden D.
1939 BS; Lt. 161 AAA Base Unit Sign Corps; Accomac, VA. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black November 3, 1944
Hoover, E.L.
Not in Alumni Directory. Source: Old Gold & Black Oct. 6, 1944 – Veterans Club
Horan, Thomas Francis
1939-1941; Ensign US Navy Reserve avaition training. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black May 8, 1942 / Old Gold & Black Nov. 6, 1942
Horchak, Peter
1942 BS; US Navy – Chief Specialist; Line Officers’ School Northwestern University; Chicago, IL. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black – Dec. 11, 1942 / Old Gold & Black February 11, 1944
Hornsby, William Guyton
1948 BA. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Horton, Gilliam King Jackson
1944; US Navy AS. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 25, 1944
Howard, Charles Jackson
1942-1943; USNR HALC; Bainbridge, MD. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black November 3, 1944
Howerin,James Jacob Jr.
1948; Europe. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Hoyle, Richard Jackson “Hal”, “Rooster”, “Dick”
1941 AB; US Naval Reserve; 2nd Lt Marine Air Corps; Killed 4/17/44 – Killed in airplane crash El Toro, California. Source: Howler ’44/ Alumni Directory/ WF History / The Student – Oct ‘40 / Old Gold & Black April 28, 1944; April 21, 1944/ WF Scrapbook
Huggins, Willard Ashworth
1933 BS; Ensign US Navy – Naval Indoctrination School for gunnery and Deck Officers; Dartmouth College, NH. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Humphries, William Smith
1938; 2nd Lt. – Camp Davis. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Nov. 6, 1942 / WF Scrapbook
Hunt, Frances Lee
1939-1940; 1st Lt. Army Air Corps – flight officer; MIA; Killed 8/12/44 – Flero, France. Source: Howler ’45/ WF History/ not in Alumni Directory / WF, NC Listing / WF Scrapbook
Hunter, Thomas May
1944-1946; 2 months. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black September 22, 1945
Hutcheson, Harry Locke
1941 BA; Lt. jg US Navy; Harvard University; South Pacific. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Hutchins, John A. “Jack”, Jr.
1937 BS; US Air Corps – 2nd Lt. Navigator on 4 engine bomber; John Hutchins was the first Wake Forest soldier to die. Distinguished Service Cross for serving as navigator on a four engine bomber that charted a new course around the world – reducing several hours flying time off the existing record.; Killed 12/11/41 – at sea – South Pacific. Source: WF History / Alumni Directory / WF, NC Listing / Old Gold & Black Jan. 9, 1942 / WF Scrapbook
Hyatt, Don
1948 BA; Captain / Air Force Flyer; France for D-Day Invasion. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946 / June 28, 1948

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Ipock, Garrison Durham
1947 BS. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946 / WF Scrapbook
Isley, Joseph Keener, Jr.
1948 BS 1948 M.D.; Pre-med V-12 Training Program; Chapel Hill, NC. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 7, 1944

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Jackson, Alden Melville
1927 BS; US Navy; Great Lakes, IL. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Jackson, David Stone
1947 BS; Ensign US Navy; Columbia University; South Pacific. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black June 30, 1944
James, Jesse Roland
1939-1940; Lt.; Italy; In Honolulu at time of Pearl Harbor attack; Purple Heart for wounds incurred at Anzio, Italy. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 7, 1944; February 11, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
James, John Alfred
1949 LL.B.; US Merchant Marines – cadet midshipman. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 7, 1944
Jenkins, Henry Edward
1941BS; US Army Field Artillery. Source: Alumni Directory
Jenkins, James “Jay” Lineberry
1940 BA; Cpl. Naval Reserve Training School / AAF – weatherman; Australia; Southwest Pacfic. Source: Alumni Directory / The Student November 1941 / Old Gold & Black May 8, 1942; July 2, 1943; February 23, 1945
Jennings, James E.
1942; Naval Reserve Training School / 2nd Lt. Army Air Corps; Flying Schools – Decatur, AL and Greenville, MS; MIA since 7/26/43 – North Africa. Source: Howler 1944/Wake Forest History/ Alumni Directory / WF, NC Listing / Old Gold & Black November 6, 1942; April 30, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Jennings, Vaughan Edward
1931 BA; S. Sgt. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black April 13, 1945
Jett, John
1948 BS. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 2, 1943
Johnson, Bill
1943; Dept. of Terrestial Magnetism – Carnegie Institute Washington, DC. Source: not in Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Johnson, Charles C.
Unknown if student or just resident of Wake Forest, NC; Army. Source: Old Gold & Black Septtember 25, 1942 / not in Alumni Directory
Johnson, David R.
1936; 2nd Lt. Army Air Force – meteorology; AAFTTC at New York University in NYC, NY. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black October 1, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Johnson, Graham Thomas
1936-1939; 2nd Lt. US Army; Killed. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 3, 1942 / WF Scrapbook
Johnson, Henry Kent, Jr.
1942 – 1943; Avaiation Cadet; Maxwell Field, AL. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 11, 1944
Johnson, Robert Ligon
1941-1942; US Navy – 3rd Class – aviation radioman / gunner; Pacific Fleet – Phillipines. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black April 27, 1945; November 16, 1945; February 2, 1945
Johnson, Sidney Pickett
1949 BS; Cadet A-S. V-12 USNR – Atlanta Southern Dental College; UNC; Georgia – Dental College. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black November 5, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Johnson, Thomas Cheek
1939-1941; MIA South Pacific – later declared dead. Source: Alumni Directory / WF, NC Listing / WF Scrapbook
Johnston, Clement B., Jr.
1947 BS. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black November 16, 1945
Jolly, Brantley Tilman
1945-1947. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black October 6, 1944 – Veterans Club
Jolly, Wilbur Morton
1937 BS, 1941 LL.B; US Army; France. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black October 27, 1944
Jones, Elmer John “Buck”
1940-1943; Lt. Marine Reserves Officer Training – US Naval Pre-Flt. School – instructor Maine Avia. Det.; Parris Island, SC. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black March 20, 1942; February 19, 1943; May 4, 1945 / April 21, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Jones, Harvey M. “Bunk”, Jr.
1943 BS; US Marines; Quantico, VA; New River, NC. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black December 3, 1943; February 11, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Jones, James DeCalb, Jr.
1941-1943; Italy; Recieved Bronze Star 7/4/44. Source: Alumni Directory ? / Old Gold & Black July 21, 1944
Jones, Lawrence Walter
1946-1947; Southern France – 25 months. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946; September 22, 1945
Jones, Manly Bryan
1937 BS; US Navy Ensign; Naval Training School – Princeton University. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Sept. 25, 1942 / WF Scrapbook
Jones, Melvin
1938-1942; Aviation Cadet US Army Air Forces; Maxwell Field, AL. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black October 15, 1943
Jones, Meurig
1934-1935; 2nd Lt. Medical Administrative Corps; England. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black March 3, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Jones, Otis Hunter
1929BS, 1933 MD; Cpt. – Medical Officer; England; North Africa; Mediterranean.
Jones, Theophilus L., Jr.
1936-1937; 2nd Lt. US Army Air Forces AAF Technical Training Command School; Yale University – Training School. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Jones, Thomas Lee
1943 BA; US Army Air Forces – pre-flight school – aviation cadet; Maxwell Field, AL. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black June 30, 1946
Jones, Wingate Brewer
1938 BS; 2nd Lt./ Major 5th Air Force Bomber Command; Phillipines. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Nov. 20, 1942 / March 9, 1945
Jordan, Riley Moore
1947 BS; A-S V-12 Unit Duke University. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 14, 1944
Josey, Claude Kitchin
1941-1942, 1945; US Mililtary Academy; West Point, NY. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Josey, Danford Edmondson, Jr.
1948 BS; 2nd Lt Army Air Corps; Marina Air Field, FL. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 26, 1943

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Kellner, William Carl
1941; Lt. Naval Reserve Training School; Foster Field, TX. Source: The Student – Nov.’41 / Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black January 1, 1943
Kelly, James Wiley
1951 BS; 1st Lt. 9th Air Force Base – officer communication for combat wing IX – Troop Carrier; England / Europe; Dropped first Allied Troops on Invasion Beaches. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 7, 1944 / June 30, 1944 / October 27, 1944
Kemp, Edward Harris
1928 BA 1929-30,1934; Major; Midland, TX. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black October 27, 1944
Killian, Frank McClure
1927 Cert. of Medicine; Captain US Army – 7th General Dispensary; Europe. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black October 27, 1944
King, John Carson
1941-1943. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Oct. 6, 1944 – Veterans Club
King, Oscar Rodalph
1943 BS 1948 LLB; Pvt US Army – Headquarters STU Reception Center, Ft. Bragg; Fort Bragg, NC. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Kinlaw, James B.
1941-1943 M.D.; 1st Lt. US Army Medical Corps. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Kinsey, Robert Burt
1940 BS; US Navy Reserve Ensign; Midshipmen’s School NY; Charleston, SC. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Knott, William Allen
1949 BS; US Navy V-12 Program; Rochester, NY. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Jan. 14, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Kocher, Myron Low
1948 BA, 1949 MA; Pvt.; Patient Rehab Center – Valley Forge Gen’l Hospital, PA. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black December 3, 1943
Kornegay, Horace Robinson “Dagwood”
1947 BS; Army Air Corps; Europe. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 26, 1943 / March 3, 1943
Kunkel, Irving Theodore
1937-1941; Civilian salvage diver; Pearl Harbor Navy Yard. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook

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Lail, James Edward
1950 BS. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Lake, James Ludwell, Jr.
1916-1918; Captain; Fought with Free French Forces – Syria. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black May 26, 1942 / WF Scrapbook
Lambert, Christopher Billy
1939-1940; Lt. Air Corps; Killed 2/43 in a plane crash. Source: WF History/ Alumni Directory / WF, NC Listing / WF Scrapbook
Lancaster, Robert Worrell
1948 BA. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Landcaster, Shorty
US Army Air Corps. Source: The Student – Oct.’41 / not in Alumni Directory
Laney, Thomas Percy
1935 BS; 1st Lt. Field Artillery; Killed 8/1/44 in action near St. Lo, France. Source: WF History/ Alumni Directory / WF, NC Listing
Laster, James Nereus
1942-1943; US Naval Preparatory School; University of South Carolina. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black October 15, 1943
Leatherwood, James Robert
1939-1941; Lt. – Bombardier B-24 Liberator; 18 months. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black April 27, 1945 / Old Gold & Black September 22, 1945
Lee, Kermit A.
1934-1937; 1st. Lt. Infantry; Luzon Island; Killed 3/29/45 in Luzon Island. Source: ZSR/SCA listing / Alumni Directory /WF, NC Listing
Lee, Silas Poe
1941 BA / 1947 LLB; US Army Air Corps – brother of William G. Lee; England. Source: Alumini Directory / The Student Nov. ’41 / Old Gold & Black June 19, 1942; February 4, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Lee, William Glenwood
1939; Captain US Army Dental Corps – brother of Silas P. Lee; Fort Sam Houston, Texas. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 4, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Lennon, Joseph Stancil
1939 BS; 1st Lt. AAF instructor Navigation School; Cadet Center; San Marcos and San Antonio, TX. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black November 5, 1943 / October 9, 1943 / Old Gold & Black March 12, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Lewis John K. (Buddy), Jr.
1933-1934; US Army Air Forces aviation cadet figting and bombing pilot training; Randolph Field – flight training. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Lewis, Walter Frank
1940-1942. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Lide, Robert Wilson “Bob”
1943; Ensign US Navy Reserve; Maryland; Princeton, NJ; Solomon Islands – Pacific. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 16, 1943 / Old Gold & Black November 19, 1943 / July 16, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Lightfoot, Robert Mitchell Jr.
1927-1929, 1931 BS; US Army Voluntary Officer Candidates School – antil aircraft artillery. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Liles, Edmond H., Jr.
1941 BS; 2nd Lt. Marine Corps – Quantico, VA. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 26, 1943 / Old Gold & Black February 12, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Lindsey, Virgil Bondurant “Ace”
1938-1941; Captain 19th Bomb Group US Air Force – flight crew; instructor on flying fortress; South Pacific. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Dec. 11, 1942 / Old Gold & Black March 19, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Lingle, Ray Little
1941-1943; Cpl. Air Corps; Killed 10/12/45 – in air accident over Calcutta, India. Source: Alumni Directory / WF, NC Listing
Lloyd, Harold Wesley
1942 – 1943; US Army – shipbuilding work. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 19, 1943
Lomax, Donald Henry
1948 BS; Aviation Cadet Pre-flight School – Lt. AFF Eastern Flying Command; Maxwell Field, AL. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black December 3, 1943 / Old Gold & Black October 27, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Lougee, Henry Seeman
1947 BS; Lt. US Army – sent Nazi Flag to Wake Forest; Germany. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black May 11, 1945
Lovelace, James Harry
1939-1940; Georgia Navy Preflight School. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Nov. 6, 1942
Lovette, William A., Jr.
1939-1940; Cpl. Air Corps; North Africa; Killed 4/20/44 in North Africa. Source: Howler ’45/ Alumni Directory/ WF History / WF, NC Listing Old Gold & Black June 23, 1944
Lumpkin, Jack Wheler
1942-1943; Army Air Corps; MIA. Source: Alumni Directory / WF, NC Listing / Old Gold & Black February 26, 1943
Lykins, Wendell Malcol
1950 BS 1960 MA. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Lyles, James Curtis
1941-1942; US Army Reserve Corps. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black January 8, 1943
Lynch, Ney Alexander
1948 BS; Ensign US Navy – flight training; Pensicola, FL. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black January 21, 1944
Lytch, Hector McNeill
1944-1946; 10 months. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black September 22, 1945

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Mabry, Charles
Source: Not in Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Oct. 6, 1944 – Veterans Club
MacDonald, Bruce
1941; Naval Air Corps. Source: The Student – Oct.’41 / not in Alumni Directory
Mackie, Francis Myers
1941; USAF. Source: The Student – Oct. ’41 / Alumni Directory
Mallory, Lowry, Jr.
1941-1943 1946-1947 BA; Army Air Corps – Clerical Administratiion Training; Colorado State College of Education / Seymour Johnson Air Field, Goldsboro, NC. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black December 3, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Malloy, Joseph A.
1934; Pvt. US Army; Fort Sill, OK. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Nov. 6, 1942
Malone Elmer Taylor
1939 AB; Ensign US Naval Reserve; Midshipmen’s School Notre Dame University. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Manieri, Raynond Edward
1947; US Navy Air Force. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946 / WF Scrapbook
Markewicz, Edmund Frank
1942-1943; Killed 3/11/45. Source: Alumni Directory
Marks, Charles Hardaway
1937-1938; Marine Reserves Officer Training – 4th Marine Division; Wounded in Iwo Jima – Pacific. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Oct. 2, 1942 / Old Gold & Black September 22, 1945
Marshall, John Harris
1926-1939; Specialist 3rd Class – USNR Correspondent. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black October 19, 1945
Marshall, Willard Warren
1938-1939 AD; Pvt. US Marines; Parris Island, SC; Rookie outfielder for NY Giants. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Marshbourne, Rufus Griffin
1939; 1st Lt. Army Air Corps. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black April 7, 1944
Martin, Santford Wingate
1947 BA; Pvt. US Army -Drill Instructor; Fort Bragg, NC. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black June 18, 1943 / February 26, 1943 / January 8, 1943 / October 22, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Martin, W.Dan
1936 BS 1940 B. Med.; 1st Lt. US Army – physician; New Guinea. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Martin, Wheeler, Jr.
1938 BA; Lt. Colonel; Major Army Air Corps Grandson of Dr. Wm. Louis Poteat – Superfortress pilot; MIA 3/10/45; Killed 3/10/45 in flight over Japan. Source: WF History/ Alumni Directory/ The Student – Oct. ’41/ Old Gold & Black April 13, 1945 / March 2, 1945 / WF Scrapbook
Matthews, Harry LaMar
1939 AB; 2nd Lt. US Army Air Corps; Killed 2/16/42 – air crash in Bridgeport, CT. Source: WF History/ Alumni Directory/ The Student – Oct. ’41 / WF, NC Listing / Old Gold & Black Feb. 20, 1942 / WF Scrapbook
Mattison, William Laurence
1927 BS 1929 BS Med.; Lt. US Navy – medical officer; Charlotte, NC; Raleigh, NC. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Maxey, Edward Stanton
1947 BS; 4 months. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black September 22, 1945
Maxwell, John Ernest “Jack”
1943 BS; Marine Reserves Officer Training. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black March 20, 1942
McAleenan, John
1940-1943; Killed 2/10/44 in action on bombing mission over Germany. Source: Alumni Directory / WF, NC Listing
McCarthy, Frank P.
1938 AB; Lt. Marine Corps pilot – Distinguished Flying Cross for bravery; Killed 6/4/42 in action Midway Island. Source: WF History/ Alumni Directory / WF, NC Listing / Old Gold & Black May 26, 1942 / / WF Scrapbook
McClure, Claude, Jr.
1947 BS 1950 MD; Meteorology training; Wisconsin. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Febrary 19, 1943
McDaniel, James Ramond
1942-1943; Army Air Corps. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 26, 1943
McDaniel, Kenneth F.
1946. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
McDaniel, Lawrence Edward, Jr.
1934-1938; Lt. Army Air Corps; Killed 4/14/42 in Philippines. Source: WF History/ Alumni Directory / WF, NC Listing / WF Scrapbook
McDonald, John Bruce, Jr.
1947 BS; Captain / Lt. US Army – Distinguished Flying Cross for air combat heroism; 45 months: Guadalcanal Island; Solomon Islands. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Nov. 20, 1942 / February 19, 1943 / September 22, 1945 / WF Scrapbook
McIntrye, Eli Regan, Jr.
1941 BA; Sgt. US Army – Camp Lee. Source: The Student – Nov. ‘41 / Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black January 8, 1943
McIntyre, Douglas Carmichael
1947; PhM 3-C Naval Hopsital; Chelsea, MA. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Nov. 10, 1944 / Old Gold & Black December 3, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
McKaughan, WIlliam Walter “Sparrow”
1940-1942, 1946-1947; Pfc US Army; England; France; Bronze star. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black April 27, 1945 / Old Gold & Black May 26, 1944 / November 16, 1945
McKee, Edward Thomas, Jr.
1939 BS; 1st Lt. School of Medical Officers; Texas. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black January 28, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
McLean, Jonathan Evans
1948 BS; Invasion of Germany. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
McLeland, Jean Thomlinson
1946. Source: Alumni Directory /Old Gold & Black March 8, 1946
McManus, Harold Lynn
1941 BA; US Navy – Chaplain. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black April 6, 1945
McManus, Lawrence Edwin
1940-1943; Marines Reserve Officers Training / v-12; Duke University. Source: Alumni Directory Old Gold & Black March 20, 1942 / Old Gold & Black November 5, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
McMillan, Archibald Alexander
1941 BA; 2nd Lt US Marines – Leatherneck Troops; Quantico, VA; South Pacific. Source: The Student – Nov. ‘41 / Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black December 3, 1943 / April 28, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
McMillan, Archibald Memory
1938 BA; Ambulance driver near war front in China / 1st Lt. US Marines; Kunming, China; Southwest Pacific. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black April 9, 1943 / April 30, 1943 / December 3, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
McMillan, John Johnson
1943 BA; Ensign / Lt. jg USNR; Indiana; Pacific – USS President Monroe. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black June 18, 1943 / November 11, 1943 / May 26, 1944 / May 11, 1945 / WF Scrapbook
McMillan, Robert L.
1944 BS; 2nd Lt. US Marines – V-12; Duke University. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 21, 1944 / April 27, 1945 / December 3, 1943 / November 5, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
McNeill, George
1929 BA 1933 LLB; Captain US Army – Judge Advocates Office; Ann Arbor, Michigan. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Mcmanus, Hugh F. Jr.
1936 BS Med.; 1st Lt. US Army; Camp Blanding, FL. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Megginston, Linzy Price, Jr.
1950 BS. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Memory, Thomas Spencer Jr.
1934-1935, 1946-1947; 1st Lt. Army Air Corps – B-26 pilot for 40 air missions over North Africa; MacDill Field, Tampa, FL; Egypt; North Africa. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Middleton, James Grayson, Jr.
1942-1943; AS US Navy Flight Preparatory School – V-12 Program; University of Pennsylvania – Philadelphia; Duke University. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 9, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Miller, Eslie LeRoy, Jr.
1949 BS 1953 LL.B; Army Air Corps. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 26, 1943
Miller, George Elroy
1938-1939; Killed 5/21/43 – in Emden, Hollard. Source: ZSR/SCA listing /Alumni Directory / WF, NC Listing
Miller, Horace William
1947; Lt. Army Air Corps – P-51; Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 19, 1943 / April 28, 1944
Miller, James Everett
1931 BA 1946 MA. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Miller, Loveick Christopher, Jr.
1941-1943, 1947; Army Air Corps. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 26, 1943
Miller, William Joseph
1941 BS; Lt.; Atlantic; Pacific; Medeterranean; Great Lakes, IL. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Nov 6, 1942 / February 11, 1944 / March 16, 1945
Minton, James Royster
1939 BS; Ensign US Naval Reserve; Naval Academy, MD. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Mitchell, Richard Atlas
1949 BS; 41 months. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black September 22, 1945
Mitchell, Robert Hartwell
1933; Captain medical division – Australia; Stationed in Australia. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 25, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Moody, William Alton
1946-1948. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Moore, Ralph Lee, Jr.
1943-1943; Merchant Marines / Ensign Naval Reserves. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Oct. 6, 1944
Moore, William Donald
1941 BA; Lt. jr. grade Naval Reserve. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Oct. 6, 1944
Morgan, Grover Gordon
1941 BA; Corporal US Army – clerical traing school and air corps technical school; Keesler Fired, Miss; Fort Logan, Colorado;. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Morgan, John Andrew, Sr.
1929 BA; Captain / Chaplain US Army. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Morgan, Neil Bowen
1943 BA; Ensign US Naval Preparatory School; A-V (5) – Oxygen Officers’ School; University of South Carolina; Pensicola, FL. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black October 15, 1943 / Old Gold & Black May 19, 1944
Morphis, Luther Hanson
1946 BA. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Oct. 6, 1944 – Veterans Club
Morris, Dallas
1933-1937; Naval Air Corps – instructor; Army Air Corps pilot; Moody Field, GA; Killed 9/11/42 – Nashville, GA. Source: WF History / The Student Oct. ’41 / WF, NC Listing / WF Scrapbook
Morris, James Lindsey
1935-1938; US Army Air Corps. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Jan 31, 1942
Morris, Thomas Alpheu Jr.
1937 BS; Medical Officer on transport ship to North Africa. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Morse, William Clarence, Jr.
1926-1928; Lt. jg Naval Reserve. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Nov. 6, 1942
Moss, Richard Norman
1938-1941; Ensign Naval Reserve. Source: Alumni Directory /Old Gold & Black Dec. 11, 1942 / Old Gold & Black January 8, 1943
Mumford, Ander Morgan
1937 BS 1939 Cert. Med.; Captain Army Medical Corps; Fort Benning, GA. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Murchison, Lester Ellis
1940 BA; 1st Mate US Marine Corps. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black October 22, 1943
Murray, John Walter, Jr.
1940-1942; Pvt. US Marines – V-12; Duke University. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black November 5, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Murray, William B.R., Jr.
1934; Army Air Corps. Source: Old Gold & Black May 8, 1942 / Alumni Directory
Muse, John Dewitte, Jr.
1946-1949. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Musselman, Frank Butts
1941-1943; US Marines V-12; Duke University; South Pacific. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black November 5, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Myers, Charles Truett “Tut”
1942 BA; Lt. paratroop division; Camp McCall. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black November 3, 1944 / WF Scrapbook

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Nagel, William George
1935-1937 1948; 1st Lt. Signal Officers – Army command signal company for all Southwest Pacific; Southwest Pacific – New Guinea. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black May 26, 1944
Nance, John Wesley
1941 BS 1948 M.D.; US Army Air Corps – 15 AF Liberator Bombardment Squadron; Italy – 30 missions over German Industrial Facilities. Source: Alumni Directory / The Student / Old Gold & Black March 2, 1945
Nance, Walter Lee
1934-1937; 1st Lt. instructor; flight commander; operations officer; Brooks Field, TX. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black April 9, 1943 / Old Gold & Black October 1, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Nanney, Charles Warren
1938-1941. Source: The Student – Oct.’41 / Alumni Directory
Napier, Henry Vernon
1948 BA. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Oct. 6, 1944 – Veterans Club
Neilson, Robert W., Jr.
1945-1946; 60 months. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black September 22, 1945
Nelms, Searle Randolph
1943-1945 1947-1948; 3rd Platoon of the Mechanized Cavalry Division. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black March 16, 1945
Nelson, Kenneth Llewellyn, Jr.
1941-1943; Infantry; Killed 11/23/44 near Aachen, Germany. Source: Howler ’45 / WF History/Alumni Directory / WF, NC Listing / Old Gold & Black January 8, 1943
Nesbitt, Floyd Archie
1946 BS; US Marines – served one month. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black March 8, 1946 / Old Gold & Black February 2, 1945
Newberry, John Alfred
1935-1936; Killed in action 6/4/44. Source: ZSR/SCA Listing / Alumni Directory / WF, NC Listing
Newsome, Donald
1939 – 1940; Ensign; Lt. jg US Navy – diesel school; US Naval Academy – Annapolis, MD; University of Illinois Naval Diesel training school; Pacific. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Nov. 6, 1942 / Old Gold & Black February 11, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Newsome, James Wyatt “Buck”
1936; Lt. Col. Army Air Forces – Command of oldest medium bomber group in China; Aeronautical School, Texas; India; China; Burma Theatres. Source: The Student Oct.’41 / Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black May 11, 1945
Newsome, John Curtis
1939-1940; Cpl. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 14, 1944
Noell, Fredrick Lloyd
1948; Japan. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Febrary 1, 1946
Norris, Frank T.
1936-1939; Lt. US Navy; Guadalcanal Island; Wounded in action. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Nov 20, 1942 / WF Scrapbook
Norris, Hoke Marion
1934 BA; 1st Lt. US Army; Fort Monmouth, NJ; Tampa, FL. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black April 30, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Northington, James Lee
1939-1943; Cpl. AEF Regional Hospital; Santa Anna, CA. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black March 16, 1945
Norville, Charles King
1948 BS 1952 BD; Pvt. – US Army; Camp Lee, VA. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Febrary 19, 1943

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O’Bannon, James William, II
1941-1943; US Army. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 19, 1943
O’Connell, Jesse Elbert
1948 BS. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
O’Neal, Robert Waverly
Cadet US Army Air Forces Pre-flight school – 1st Lt. – pilot transport plane; Columbus, MS; Maxwell Field, AL, Arcadia, FL; Bainbridge, GA; India. Source: WF Scrapbook
Odom, Wooten Marion “Burrhead”
1943 BS; Lt. US Marines – air base; Cherry Point, NC. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 11, 1944
Olive, Lucius Bunyan
1912 BA 1920 Th. M.; Baptist Missionary; POW Chinkiang, China. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Overby, Dennis D.
1941 BS; Ensign US Navy. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 2, 1943
Owen, George Franklin, Jr.
1941 BS. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Oct. 6, 1944 – Veterans Club / November 17, 1944
Owens, Thomas Graham “Tommy”
1947 BS; Corporal / Sgt. US Army aerial bomber on B-24 / gunner – released returned to Egypt; Middle Eastern War Theatre – North Africa – plane down, hospitalized, held in Turkey 6 months. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 3, 1942 / November 5, 1943 / March 12, 1943 / WF Scrapbook

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Page, James Judson
1937 AB; Lt. Cpl. Air Corps; Helena Aero-TechTraining Command; Killed 7/23/43 – Helena, Arkansas. Source: Howler ’44/WF History/ not in Alumni Directory / WF, NC Listing / WF Scrapbook
Parham, Melvin J.
1938-1942; Aviation US Army AIr Forces; Pre-flight School Maxwell Field, AL. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Parker, Alan Phares
1921 BA 1923 MD; Lt. Col. executive officer of 38th General Hospital. Source: Alumni Directory
Parker, Allen Phares
Executive Officer 38th General Hospital. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black October 15, 1943
Parker, Charles Forbes
1950 BS; Europe. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Parker, Clifton Geno, Jr.
1948 BS; Army Air Corps; Keesler Field, Biloxi, MS. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black October 29, 1943
Parker, Douglas Wentworth
1939-1941; 1st Lt. Army Air Corps – aviation cadet US Army; MIA 6/28/44 – over Burma. Source: Howler ’44 / Alumni Directory / WF, NC Listing / Old Gold & Black April 10, 1942 / July 28, 1944
Parker, Earl Hoyt
1944 BA. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black November 2, 1945
Parker, Emulon Bernard
1931 BA; 1st Lt. Army signal corps; Brother of John F. Parker. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black October 1, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Parker, John Francis
1954 BA; US Navy; Brother of Emulon B. Parker. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black October 1, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Parker, William Glae
1948 BS 1950 LL.B.; Lt. jg US Navy; Pacific – USS Cabot. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black November 3, 1944
Paschal, George Washington, Jr.
1927 BA 1929 BS; Major – Medical Unit Turkey; Camp Bowie, Texas; Europe; 5 Paschal brothers; * 5 Paschal listings were brothers. Source: Alumni Directory
Paschal, Harry Edward
1942 BS 1948 LL.B.; Pvt / 2nd Lt. – Field Artillery Officer’s Candidate School; Fort Bragg, NC; 5 Paschal brothers; * 5 Paschal listings were brothers. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black January 8, 1943 / Old Gold & Black April 9, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Paschal, Joel Francis
1935 BA 1938 LL.B.; Ensign US Navy; Dartmouth College; 5 Paschal brothers; * 5 Paschal listings were brothers. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Paschal, Paul Shorey
1940 BA; US Army Transport Duty aboard Queen Elizabeth; Fort Knox, Ky.; 5 Paschal brothers; * 5 Paschal listings were brothers. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black March 2, 1945 / WF Scrapbook
Paschal, Robert Allen
1928 BS 1931 LLB; Pvt. US Army medical detachment; Fort Knox, KY.; 5 Paschal brothers; * 5 Paschal listings were brothers. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Patterson, Douglas Baird “Sonny, “Jr.
1942, 1946; Aviation Cadet – Army Air Forces; Maxwell Field, AL. Source: Not in Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Peacock, John Swaringen
1932-1936; 9th Air Force Bomber Command; England. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black June 23, 1944
Pearce, Dwight Edwin
1941 BS; Warrant Officer; Germany; Bronze Star – 5 battle stars & certificate of merit. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black September 22, 1945
Pearce, Jacob Allen
1947 BS; Pilot twin engine “Bobcat”. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black September 9, 1944
Pearce, Oscar Riddick
1942 BS; Ensign US Naval Reserve; Harvard Univ. Communications School. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Pearce, William Pearson
1948 LL.B.; 15 months. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black September 22, 1945
Pegram, David Eugene
1940-1942; S.Sgt Air Corps; Killed 6/13/44 in air crash near Munich, Germany. Source: Compiled list – Stephanie / Alumni Directory / WF, NC Listing
Pegram, John Jacob
1937-1940; 1st Lt. 15th Army Air Forces – adjunct and postal officer. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black June 23, 1944
Perry, Benny Lassiter
1940-1943; Pvt – 78th Division; Germany. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black March 16, 1945
Perry, John Wesley
1940-1943; Pfc. and Cpl. US Marines – Officer Training School / V-12 training Duke University; Killed 6/8/45 – wounds suffered in Okinawa, Japan. Source: ZSR/SCA Listing / Alumni Directory / WF, NC Listing / Old Gold & Black February 18, 1944 / November 5, 1943 / September 22, 1945 / WF Scrapbook
Phelps, Asa Biggs,Jr.
1938-1939; Pvt. US Army; Killed 1/24/45 – in France. Source: Howler’45 /History WF / Alumni Directory /WF, NC Listing / Old Gold & Black March 9, 1945
Phillips, Eugene Harold
1940 LL.B.; England; Los Angeles, CA. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 23, 1945
Phillips, Frank Edward “Red”, Jr.
1940 BA; Captain US Marines; Killed 7/9/44 – in action Saipan, South Pacific. Source: WF History/ Alumni Directory / WF, NC Listing / Old Gold & Black February 26, 1943 / September 29, 1944
Phillips, Richard Glenn
1949 BS; Message room clerk with North African Division of Air Transport Command; ATC Air Base – Tripoli, North Africa. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black May 11, 1945
Pierce, Leroy Courtney
1945 BS 1947 MD; Army Air Corps. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 26, 1943
Pierce, William Robert “Bill”
1956 LL.B; Infantry; Italy. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Oct. 5,1945
Pittman, Ernest Harold
1948; Invasion of Guam. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Pittman, Raymond Lee “Ray”, Jr.
1940 BA; 2nd Lt. Army Air Force – Anti-Submarine fights – Atlantic Ocean; Seattle, Washington. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black March 26, 1943 / February 23, 1945 / WF Scrapbook
Pivec, Lawrence Joseph
1941; Naval Reserve Officers Training School; Army Air Corps. Source: Alumni Directory / The Student – Oct.’41 / Old Gold & Black May 9, 1941
Plumbo, Joseph
1948 BS; Army Air Corps. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 26, 1943
Plybon, Paul Cullom
1936-1937; Lt., branch unknown; Pearl Harbor. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Nov. 20, 1942 / WF Scrapbook
Poe, William Edward
1947 BS; A-S; San Antonio, TX. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 18, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Polanski, John B.
1942 BS; US Navy Class V-7; Pacific. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black May 26, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Poteat, Hubert McNeill
1938; Lt. Commander US Navy – physician for Pacific Fleet; Naval Hospital, VA; Aboard USS Hancock – Pacific; Portsmouth, VA; USS Hancock destroyed 732 planes, 32 merchant ships, and 9 warships; Brother of Wm Poteat. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 17, 1942 / July 16, 1943 / May 19, 1944 / October 19, 1945 / WF Scrapbook
Poteat, William Morgan “Billy”
1940; Naval Reserve Training School – Lt jg Atlantic Fleet; Southern Atlantic – USS Moffett; Brother of H.M. Poteat. Source: The Student – Nov. ‘41 / Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 16, 1943 / March 26, 1943 / February 11, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Potter, Clyde Randolph, Jr.
1950BS; US Maritime Service. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 7, 1944
Potter, Gilbert M.
1938 BS; Lt US Army; Fort McPherson, GA; Carmp Barkley TX; Army Administration School Fargo, ND; England. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 2, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Potts, Rufus F.
1946 BA. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Oct. 6, 1944 – Veterans Club
Powell, Charles Gregory
1948 BS 1950 LL.B. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Powell, Roy
Staff Sargent – Medical Detachment. Source: Not in Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 16, 1943
Powell, William Isaac, Jr.
1948 BS; Technical Sgt.; Lt. jg 8th USAAF Bomber Command; Liberator Station; England; Dropped bombs on industrial centers in Germany; Awarded 3 ribbons: Atlantic Patrol Medal, African-European Service Ribbon, Pre-Pearl Harbor Ribbon. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Febrary 18, 1944 / Febrary 18, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Powell, William Roy, Jr.
1933-1934; S. Sgt – Medical Detachment; Camp Forest, TN; Europe; Received bronze star. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black October 19, 1945 / July 16, 1943
Presnell, Dennis McRae
1944-1946. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Preston, Paddison Wade ” Pat”
1950 BS; 2nd Lt. Marine Reserves Officer Training / 1st Marine Division; Quantico; South Pacific. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Oct 2, 1942 / March 9, 1945 / May 19, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Prevatt, William Joseph, Jr.
1920-1922; Captain. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 28, 1944
Prevette, Isaac Call, Jr.
1937-1938, 1940-1942, 1945-1946; Europe. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Prevette, John Edgar
1946-1947. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Price, James Wilson
1940 BA; 2nd Lt. Army Air Corps; Presumed Dead 10/3/45. Source: Alumni Directory / WF, NC Listing
Pridgen, Lee
1942 BS; Captain Chaplain’s Corps – 536 Coast Artillery Battalion Chapel 3; Camp Stewart, GA; Italy. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 21, 1944 / February 18, 1944 / March 12, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Primm, Daniel Deaton “Dan”
1940 – 1943 BA; US Army – 1st Army – Finance Replacement Training – brother to Wm Primm; Indiana; France. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black June 18, 1943 / February 2, 1945 / WF Scrapbook
Primm, William Berry “Billy”
1943 BA; Pvt. US 1st Army – Finance Replacement Training – Indiana – brother to Dan Primm; England; France – Ardennes Forest; Germany. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black June 18, 1943 / July 28, 1944 / February 2, 1945 / May 11, 1945 / WF Scrapbook
Pritchard, Warren Harding
1941 BS; Naval Reserves – Ensign USN Midshipman’s School. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Dec.12, 1942 / February 25, 1944 / January 8, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Privette, Josef Bryan
1923-1924; Lt.; Bronze Star. Source: Alumni Directory / February 14, 1944
Pruette, Frank Hanock
1942-1943; Pfc Anti-Tank Division – US Army; Stationed Soloman Islands; France; Purple Heart. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black April 7, 1944 / Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black December 15, 1944
Pruette, Leonard Rowland
US Army Reserve Corps. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black January 8, 1943
Pruette, Rowland Shaw, Jr.
1943 BA; Pvt.; Stationed in North Africa. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black April 7,1944
Purser, Earle Rupert
1942 BA 1950 LL.B.; Cpl. Postal Unit – Federal Unit; Stationed in South Pacific. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Nov. 10, 1944 / Old Gold & Black November 17, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Puryear, Elmer Lee
1943 BA; US Navy – on board LST; Europe. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black May 4, 1945

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Quisenberry, James Rice, Jr.
1949 BS; Pvt. US Marines; Parris Island, SC. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Febrary 19, 1943 / Old Gold & Black March 9, 1945

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Rabenhorst, Harry Aldrich
1921 BA; Lt. US Navy – Physical Fitness Program; Chapel Hill, NC. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Ramsaur, Hugh Archibald
1940-1942; Ensign US Navy; Killed 4/7/45 – auto accident Waterford, CT. Source: Alumni Directory / WF, NC Listing
Randleman, Charles Henry
1950 LL.B. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Ratterree, Pride Graham, Jr.
1946 BS. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Oct. 6, 1944 – Veterans Club
Ray, Lewis Banks
1941-1943; Cpl. Cavalry Reconnaisance; Killed 3/16/45 or 3/17/ 45 in France or Germany. Source: WF History/ Alumni Directory / WF, NC Listing / Old Gold & Black September 22, 1945
Raynor, Leon Thomas
1940; Lt. US Navy Leader of Hellcat Section; 20 missions against enemy; Naval Air Medal. Source: Alumni Directory/ The Student – Oct. ’41 / Old Gold & Black March 9, 1945
Raynor, William Redd
1938; Lt. jg Naval Reserve Officer’s Training – Pacific Air Fleet; Pacific. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Nov. 6, 1942 / Old Gold & Black February 11, 1944
Reece, William Franklin
1943 BS; Ensign midshipman school – Northwestern University; communication officer on ship; Chicago, Illinois. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Febrary 18, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Reeves, Albert Murray
1940 BA; US Navy – medical battalion; Bbainbridge, MD; Camp Le Jeune, NC; Guadalcanal – 29 months. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black November 2, 1945 / September 22, 1945
Reid, Jesse Lewis, Jr.
1939 BS; Lt. Medical Administration Corps. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 28, 1944 / October 20, 1944
Reid, Marshall
1938-1941; 2nd Lt.; Killed 8/22/43 – in action – South Pacific. Source: Howler ’44/ Alumni Directory / WF History / WF, NC Listing / Old Gold & Black November 19, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Rice, Moses Edward Jr.
1941 BS; 1943 MD; SSgt; Lt jg Naval Reserve – Medical active duty; BGS Medicine, Winston-Salem, NC; Boston, MA. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Jan. 14, 1944 / October 20, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Riddle, Hasty Wilson
1939-1941; 1954 BS; US Army Medical Corps – commander 148th General Hospital; Hawaii. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 12, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Riddle, William Joseph “Bill”
1949 BS; 1st Lt. US Army; Hawaii. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Sept. 25, 1942
Roach,William Andrew Jr.
1939-1940; 1st. Lt. Air Corps; Killed 5/14/43 – air raid over Germany. Source: Howler’45/ WF History/ Alumni Directory / WF, NC Listing / WF Scrapbook
Roberts, Brandon Gray
1949 BS; 37 months. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black September 22, 1945
Roberts, Clarence Eugene
1936-1939; Captain – Field Artillery Unit. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black June 30, 1944
Roberts, John Branton
1940-1942; Ensign – flight training school; Pensicola, FL. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black June 18, 1943
Roberts,Charles Joy Jr.
1946-1948. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Robins, Guy Lindell
1937-1938; Army Air Forces – Pre-flight school – Captain Squadron Commander – Cadet Corps; Maxwell Field, AL. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black January 1, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Robinson, Edward Norwood
1942; Naval Academy; Appointed to West Point Naval Academy. Source: Old Gold & Black July 24, 1942 / not in Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Rodwell, Percy Creighton
1937-1940; 1st Lt. US Army Dental Corps; Texas – Camp Swift. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black October 20, 1944
Rooker, John Paul “Buster”
1940-1942; Pvt. 1st Class – US Marines; Served Guadalcanal and Pearl Harbor. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Nov. 20, 1942 / Old Gold & Black June 19, 1942
Rose, Zeno Hardy
1948; 2nd Lt. Army Air Forces – aerial navigator; Selman Field, Monroe, LA. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 16, 1943
RowlesPaul M.
1940-1942; 2nd Lt. Army Air Corps; MIA 5/44; Dead 5/12/44 B-17 crash over Germany. Source: WF History/ Alumni Directory / WF,NC Listing
Royall, Kenneth Claiborne Jr.
1941-1942; 1st Lt. Marine Reserve Officer Training; Solomon Islands. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black March 20, 1942 / October 20, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Royster, James Dan
1934 BS; Captain – US Army Medical Corps. Source: Alumni Directory
Russell, Charles L.
1930-1935; 15th Army Air Forces – B-24 Liberator waist gunner; Italy: attacks on Austria, Germany, Italy, and Hungry. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black May 4, 1945
Russell, Roy Lee
1941 BA; Asia; Pacific; Philippines during Liberation. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946 / March 8, 1946

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Sacrinty, Otis M.
1947 BS; Lt. Marine Reserves – V-12 Program Duke University; 25 months. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Oct. 5,1945 / September 22, 1945
Saintsing, George Wilson
1950 LL.B. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black November 16, 1945
Sapp, Carl Freeman
1941-1942; Ensign US Naval Air Corps; Athens, GA. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Satterwhite, James Nelson
2nd Lt.Army Air Forces –; Napier Field. Source: WF Scrapbook
Sawyer, Philip Grady
1943; US Army Reserve Corps; Missouri. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black January 8, 1943 / July 2, 1943 / November 19, 1943
Sawyer, Robert Jerome “Bob”
1948 BA; USNR – Yeoman 2-C / US Army; Norfolk, VA; Pacific – USS Eugene E. Elmore; Invasion of Luzon, Lingayen Gulf. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 25, 1944 / February 19, 1943 / February 23, 1945 / WF Scrapbook
Schwartz, Joe Brewer
1939-1940; US Naval aviation cadet; Corpus Christy, TX. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black October 1, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Scott Donald C.
1946; 4 Bronze Stars. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Scott, John Morgan, Jr.
1939 BS; Lt jg. US Naval Reserve – V7 Class; Norfolk, VA USS New York; Pacific Fleet; brother – Robert L. Scott. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Scott, Robert Lynch
1946 LL.B.; Army Air Forces 88th Bombardment Squadron; Oklahoma; brother John M. Scott. Source: The Student – Dec.’41 / Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Scruggs, Robert Richard
1936 BS; Lt. Medical Replacement Training Center Officer Training School. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black January 8, 1943
Seila, Claude Frederick
1939-1941; Lt.; German POW – 2 years; Shot and killed on 8/25/44. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black March 10, 1944
Sexton, Thomas Edison
1936-1937; Lt. 8th Air Force – Liberator pilot; England. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 7, 1944
Shankle, Braxton Crump
1941-1943 1951-1952; US Army. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 19, 1943
Shanks, Robert Edward
1933-1937; Captain US Army Air Corps 13th AFF – Operations Officer Bombardment. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Jan 31, 1942 / Old Gold & Black July 7, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Sherrill, Frank Howard
1947 BS; Europe. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Sherrill, Glenn David
1943-1944; A-S. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 14, 1944
Sherrill, Henry Fletcher “Peck”
1943; US Army Ground Forces – Royal Canadian Air Force; Keesler Field, MS. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black May 19, 1944 / Old Gold & Black April 27, 1945
SherrillThomas Russell
1940-1941; Flight Lt. R.A.F.; Killed 5/22/44 during a flight over Europe. Source: Howler ’45/ Alumni Directory/ WF History / WF, NC Listing
Sigmon, Algernon Festus
1944-1946; 18 months. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black September 22, 1945
Simms, William Wiley
1940-1943; Seaman 2-C. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 14, 1944
Simpson, Charles Fredrick
1949. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Sinclair, Henry C.
1937 BS; Killed 2/7/43 – Pearl Harbor. Source: Alumni Directory / WF, NC Listing / WF Scrapbook
Sitterson, Cephas B, Jr.
1932-34, 1940 BS; Cadet US Military; West Point, NY – US Military Academy. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Sleia, Claude
Lt. Army Air Forces – navigator; North Africa. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Febrary 19, 1943
Smidt, John Williard
1940-1943; Army Air Corps. Source: ZSR/SCA Listing / Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 26, 1943 / January 8, 1943
Smith, Cedric Talton
1940 BS; Lt. jg.; Pacific. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 11, 1944
Smith, Franklin Fletcher
1921-1922; Corp. Army Air Corps; Killed 6/14/43 near Townville, Australia. Source: ZSR/SCA Listing / Alumni Directory / WF, NC Listing
Smith, Kenneth Arthur
1938-1941; 1st Lt. Army Air Forces; Stationed in Barksdale, LA. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Smith, Lew
Source: Not in Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Oct. 6, 1944 – Veterans Club
Smith, William Grey
1948 BA. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Snow, John Joyner
1937 BA; US Army; Camp Wheeler, GA. Source: Alumni Directory
Snyder, John S.
Army Air Corps. Source: Not in Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black June 1, 1942
Spencer, East
MIA / confirmed dead 1943 – killed at sea. Source: WF History/compiled list – Stephanie / not in Alumni Directory
Spencer, Stephen Marion Jr.
1940; 2nd Lt. US Army – post office of Army Air Forces; Stationed in Kearns, Utah. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Nov. 6, 1942 / Old Gold & Black April 9, 1943
Spencer,John Paul Jr.
1939 BA; Sgt. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 28, 1944
Spilman, Bernard Washington
1939-1942; Maritime Com. Cadet – engineer cadet Merchant Marines; MIA / Killed 11/3/42 – Lost at sea off coast of Brazil. Source: ZSR/SCA Listing / Alumni Directory / WF, NC Listing / Old Gold & Black March 12, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Spivey, James Thaddeus
1941-1942; Ensign, US Naval Reserve – Air Training; Killed 3/3/44 – mid air collision, California. Source: Howler ’44 / Alumni Directory / WF, NC Listing / Old Gold & Black June 7, 1943 / March 10, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Squires, Cedric Pridgen
1941-42, 1946-48; US Navy Air Station. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 14, 1944 / Old Gold & Black February 25, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Stackhouse, Cecil William
1946-1948. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Stainback, William Clarence
1938 1939 Medical Cert.; Lt. Naval Medical Corps – medical officer on submarine; South Pacific. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black May 19, 1944
Stamps, George Moreland
1947 BS; B-17 pilot – Flyby of Eiffel Tower and Arc de Triumph-VE Day; Camden, SC; Augusta, GA; Columbus Air Field, MS. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Sept. 20, 1946 / February 26, 1943 / February 1, 1946 / June 30, 1944
Stansbury, Alan Painter
1943 BS; Dept. Terrestial Magnetism – radio research and observation; Washington, DC; College, Alaska. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black October 29, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Starford,William Ellsworth Jr.
1941-1943; Marine Reserves Officer Training. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black March 20, 1942
Starnes, Luie Jackson “Jack” “Smiley”
1942 BS; Ensign, US Naval Reserve. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 16, 1943
Steelman, Benjamin Franklin
1934-1935; 2nd Lt. Infantry; Killed 12/21/43 in action near Casino, Italy. Source: Howler ’44 / Alumni Directory / WF, NC Listing
Stephenson, Joseph Burgess
1935-1939; Captain Army Air Force; Greenville, MS. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Nov. 10, 1944 /Old Gold & Black November 17, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Stevens, Charles Walter Jr.
1937-1938; 2nd Lt. Army Air Force – 491st bomb squadron; Stationed in Europe. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Nov. 10, 1944 / Old Gold & Black November 17, 1944
Stogner, William Howard
1948 BA. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Stone, Amos Henry
1948 BS; Chicago, IL. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black November 11, 1943
Stover, William Leavell
1949 BA 1954 LL.B. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 26, 1943 / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Stroupe, George
1936; Killed 3/7/42 – munitions explosion – Selma, NC. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black March 13, 1942
Stroupe, Henry Smith
Assistant Professor of Social Science; 1935; Naval preflight school; University of Georgia. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 21, 1944 / Old Gold & Black October 27, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Stubbs, Broadus Mason
1936-1938; Army Air Forces Central Flying Command; Ellington Field Houston Texas. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black October 15, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Stubbs, Harry W.
1937-1941; Ensign US Naval Air Corps; New Orleans, Pensicola, Fla. Naval Air Station, West Coast of US. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Sugg, Charles H.
1942 BS; 1st Lt. pilot B-17 Flying Fortress – 351st Bombardment Group; England – 18 bombing missions over Europe. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black April 13, 1945 / WF Scrapbook
Summerlin, Marshall J.
1933-1936; Pvt. US Army; Australia. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Summey, Charles Ballard
1947 BS; 47 months. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black September 22, 1945
Surles, James Monroe , Jr.
1939-1940; Ssgt 713th Airobore Ordnance Co.; Camp Macall, NC. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black November 3, 1944
Sutton, Walter Daniel
1938 BA; Lt. recruiter for WACs. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Nov. 26, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Swann, Edgar Holman
1937; Lt. jg Naval Reserve; Charleston, SC. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black March 26, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Sykes, John Madison
1939 AB; Lt. jg Chaplain’s Corps. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 16, 1943

T

Talbot, Maurice E.
1946. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Tallant, Clyde
1937; Alumni Directory shows Clyde Tallent from Hatteras and compliled list shows Tallant from Franklin, NC. Source: ZSR/SCA Listing / Alumni Directory
Tart, Braston I, Jr.
1935 BS 1937 Cert. Med.; Captain, US Army Medical Corps; Camp Pickett, VA, Camp Blanding, FL. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Tart, James Milton , Jr.
1948 BS; Seaman 2nd Class US Navy – pharmacy school. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black October 15, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Tate, Charles Lowndes
1933-1935. Source: ZSR/SCA Listing / Alumni Directory
Tate, Joseph Ishmael
1948 BS; Pvt. V-12; Duke University. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black November 5, 1943
Tatum, Walter Low
1920 AB; Lt. Col., Medical Corps; Killed 8/1/45 in Frankfort, Germany. Source: Alumni Directory / WF, NC Listing
Taylor, Edward L.
Sgt paratrooper instructor. Source: Not in Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Oct. 6, 1944
Taylor, Fred Muir
1929 BS; SSgt Army Air Force. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black October 20, 1944
Taylor, Jake (Jacob Calvin)
1941 LL.B.; US Navy. Source: The Student – Dec. ’41 / ? Alumni Directory
Taylor, Laddie “Lad” Wright
1937-1940; Co-pilot Liberator “Hellzapoppin”; South Pacific; Reported MIA December 1943. Confirmed dead on January 1944 in New Guinea. Source: Howler ’44 / Alumni Directory / WF, NC Listing / Old Gold & Black Oct. 6, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Taylor, Louis Laverne
1939-1940 1946; 60 months. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black March 8, 1946 / Old Gold & Black September 22, 1945
Taylor, Wiley H. Jr.
1948 LL.B.; 34 months. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black September 22, 1945
Teachey, Leroy James, Jr.
1939-1941; 2nd Lt. Air Crops; Yuma, Arizona; Killed 3/2/44 in action in Belgium. Source: Alumni Directory / Howler ’44 /WF, NC Listing / Old Gold & Black July 9, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Teague, Charles Woodrow
1934 LL.B.; Lt. junior grade Naval Reserve. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 24, 1942 / WF Scrapbook
Teeter, Junius Monroe
1951 BA; 4 months. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black September 22, 1945
Terrell, Matthew Marion
1937-1938; Navigator on AAF B-17 Flying Fortress 8th Air Force 34th bombardment group; Took part in bombing of Saarbrucken, Berlin, Hamburg, Cologne, and Merseburg. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black November 16, 1945
Tharrington, Eden Roy
1937; Lt jg USNR – recognition officer. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black May 19, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Thomas, Harry Lee
1948 BA; 5 months. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black September 22, 1945
Thomas, Ned
1940-1943; Aviation Cadet Pre-flight School A-C Army Air Force – flight training; Maxwell Field, AL. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black April 7, 1944 / Old Gold & Black December 3, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Thomas, Samuel Lowman , Jr.
1935 BS; Lt. jg USNR – midshipman school; Columbia, University, NY. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black May 26, 1944
Thomas, Stacy Neal
1949. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Thompson, Herbert Leighton
1943 BA; Lt jg.; Pacific. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black May 11, 1945
Thompson, Melvin J., Jr.
1941-1943. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Tillotson, Rex Fount
1943 BS; PFC 29th Medical Traing Battalion. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black April 7,1944
Tomlinson, Eugene Bertram
1941-1942; Naval Officers Traning Center. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 24, 1942 / WF Scrapbook
Transou, Hugh Flynt
1941; Marine Corps Officers Training. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Nov. 6, 1942
Trexler, Robert L.
1949 BA; Africa; Sicily; Normandy Invasions. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Trudell, Raoul Stark, II
1939-1942 1946-1947; Colonel Army Air Corps; 7 European invasions. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black April 7,1944 / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Trueblood, Charles H. , Jr.
1936 AB; Army Air Corps. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Oct. 2, 1942
Trueblood, Wayne F.
Lt. Army Air Corps. Source: Not in Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black June 1, 1942
Turlington, Roscoe Harold
1949; US Navy Apprentice Seaman; Chapel Hill, NC. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 16, 1943
Turner, George M.
2nd Lt. US Army Air Forces; George Field. Source: WF Scrapbook
Turner, James Eslie
1943 BA; Pvt; Fort Leonard Wood, MO. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Febrary 19, 1943
Turner, Oliver Cromwell, Jr.
1940 AB; Ensign, Naval Air Force; Alumni Directory shows Miami, FL residency and compliled list shows Gatesville, NC; Killed 3/21/43 – air crash Miami, FL. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Oct. 5,1945 / Old Gold & Black 3/26/43 / WF Scrapbook
Twitty, Joshua Perry
US Army Technical Corpral; England. Source: not in Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 16, 1943 / Old Gold & Black July 16, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Tyler, Harry W.
1949 BS; 52 months. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black September 22, 1945
Tyler, John Thomas
1938; USAF; Pacific. Source: Alumni Directory/ Old Gold & Black June 19, 1942

U

Upchurch, Percy Bryant
1929 BA 1931 MA; Lt. jg USNR. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 11, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Utley, Philemon McGheey
Physical Education. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Oct. 6, 1944 – Veterans Club

V

Varner, James Cornelius
1941 BA; Lt. U.S.M.C.R.; MIA; Killed 8/31/44 in the South Pacific. Source: Howler ’45 /Alumni Directory / WF, NC Listing
Vinson, James Melville
1933 BS; Ensign US Navy; Officers Training School – Darien, CT. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Vivian, Arthur C. “Lefty”, Jr.
1942 BS; 1st Lt. US Marines; Listed in Alumni Directory as a pro-baseball player; Killed 8/1/44 in Guam. Source: Howler ’45 / Alumni Directory / WF, NC Listing / Old Gold & Black October 30, 1942; April 30, 1943 / WF Scrapbook

W

Walker, William Edward, Jr.
1948 BS; Seaman 2nd Class US Navy – water purification training. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black October 15, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Wall, Billy Barbour
1949 BS; 3 months. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black September 22, 1945
Wallace, John Walker
1954 BA; 6 months. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black September 22, 1945
Waller, Harry Belt
1941-1943; Army Air Corps; Middle name may be incorrect. His middle initial may be R. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 26, 1943
Walton, Carey James, Jr.
1951 BS 1955 MD; Germany – POW. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black November 10, 1944; January 21, 1944; November 17, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Ward, Demming Morton
1941-1943; 2nd Lt. Air Corps; Listed as Denning Morton Ward on compiled list and Demming Morton Ward in AD; MIA ; Killed 5/8/45. Source: Compiled list – Stephanie / Alumni Directory / WF, NC Listing
Ward, Hiram Hamilton
1950 LL.B.; 57 months. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black September 22, 1945
Ward, James Harold
1941 BS; Midshipman US Navy; Northwestern Univ. Chicago, IL. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Ward, James Ross
1938-1939; Ensign US Navy; US Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Warren, Clarence Lee
1938-1942; US Marines – PFC – 3 Campaigns – Guadalcanal, New Giunea, Glancester, New Britain; Pacific. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Nov. 20, 1942; June 19, 1942; April 7, 1944; September 29, 1944; March 16, 1945
Watkins, George Thomas, III
1942 BA 1948 MA; Ensign US Naval Reserve; New York Midshipman’s School. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Watson, James Gibson
1941 BS; 1st Lt. Medicine; Temple University, Philadelphia, PA. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black September 29, 1944
Webb, William Hayes
1941-1943; Army Air Corps – US Military Academy; US Military Academy – West Point, NY. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 9, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Webster, James Highley “Jimmie Lee”
1942-3, 1948 or 1947-9; A-S. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Nov. 10, 1944
Wedel, Richard Wesley
1948 BS; 12th AFF C-47; Station in Italy. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 26, 1943; February 1, 1946
Weede, Lewis Tilton
1941; Naval Air Corps Reserve. Source: The Student – Nov.’41 / Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 26, 1943
Wehbie, Sam Mettrey
1949 BS. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Weinstein, Morton H.
1934 BS 1937 M.D.; Captain – US Army Medical Corps; North Africa. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black March 19, 1943
Welch, Fred Donald
1941 BS; Assistant intelligence officer for combat battalion; England. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black March 10, 1944
Wentz, James Ira
1941-1942, 1946; 1st Lt. US Army Air Forces. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Oct. 12, 1945
West, James Arthur, Jr.
1947 BS; USNR A-S Midshipman training – Northwestern Univ.; Chicago, IL. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black June 30,1944
White, Henry Eugene
1932 LL.B.; Captain – Medical Field Service School; Carlisle Barracks, PA. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Febrary 19, 1943
White, James Ganell
1947 BS. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
White, Paul Barber
1947 BS; Pvt. 3704th Army Air Forces Base Unit – Section W. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black May 19, 1944
White, Robert Early
1937-1939; US Navy – flight training; Memphis, TN; Pensicola, FL. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black April 28, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
White, Warren M.
1946-1947 1950 BS; US Army Reserve Corps. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946/ January 8, 1943
Whitefield, Jon Stevens
1948 BS; 4 invasions. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Whitehead, Fredrick Cowper, Jr.
1939-1940; Ensign US Navy; Killed 4/20/44 – in action Mediterranean Theatre. Source: ZSR/SCA Listing / Alumni Directory / WF, NC Listing
Whitener, Clyde Winfred
1950 BS; Army Air Corps. Source: Alumni Directory / The Student Oct. ’41 / Old Gold & Black February 26, 1943 / March 12, 1943
Whitley, Raeford Bryant, II
1937-1940; Capt. US Army Air Forces – 15th AAF B-24 Liberator Major Army Air Corps Instructor – heavy bardment group; Turner Field Albany, GA; Selman Field – Monroe, LA; Italy. Source: Alumni Directory / The Student Oct. ’41 / Old Gold & Black February 26, 1943 / October 1, 1943 / May 4, 1945 / WF Scrapbook
Whitley, Richard Earl
1946-1948. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Wilborn, Earl T.
1933-1936; 1st class USNR; USS Hancock – Pacific; USS Hancock destroyed 732 planes, 32 merchant ships, and 9 warships. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black October 19, 1945
Wilkinson, Charles Tolbert
1920 BA; Lt. Colonel and commanding officer 171st hosp in Australia; Seymore, Australia; New Guinea. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Nov. 20, 1942 / Old Gold & Black September 9, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Wilkinson, James Spencer
1934 BS 1936 BS Med.; Captain US Army Medical Corps; Florence, SC. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Jan. 14, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Willard Murray Severence, Jr.
1948 BA. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Williams, Arthur Leonard, Jr.
1947 BA; 21 months. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black September 22, 1945
Williams, Edward Jerome, Jr.
1938-1941; Avaition cadet. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 21, 1944
Williams, Ernest Harold
1936 BS; Captain US Army Medical Corps; Hawaii. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 9, 1943
Williams, Harrison Boyd
1947 BS. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Williams, Jack P.
1940 BA; 1st Lt. – Pursuit Tactical Unit Army Air Corps; Stationed in Louisiana. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black March 26, 1943 / Old Gold & Black April 30, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Williams, Larry Livingston
1943 BS 1948 LL.B.; Pfc – infantry; England; France. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black March 9, 1945 / Old Gold & Black January 21, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Williams, Richard Alexander
1947 BA; Cpl.; Europe. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black March 16, 1945
Williams, Robert Graham
1948 BS. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Williams, Warren
MIA. Source: Holwer ’44 / compiled list – Stephanie / not in Alumni Directory
Williamson, Edward Lorenzo
1947 BS; Ensign US Navy – subchaser unit / Naval V-12 Program; Duke University; Panama Canal Zone (2 years); Pacific. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 7, 1944 / Februrary 2, 1945 / July 9, 1943
Williamson, James Allen
1938-1940; Tail gunner on bomber; Tunisia, North Africa. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 16, 1943
Williamson, James Stanley, Jr.
1946; pre-Pearl Harbor; Philippines Liberation; Japan. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Williamson, John Samuel
1942-1943. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black December 3, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Williamson, Owen Newbill
1942 / 1947; US Army. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Oct. 23, 1942
Williamson, Titus Carlton
1946. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946 / March 8, 1946
Willis, Dean
Army Pvt – Quartermaster School Camp Lee, VA. Source: Howler ‘43 and not in Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black June 18, 1943
Wilson, Robert Bruce, Jr.
1947 BS; Pfc US Army; Fort Harrison, Indianapolis, IN. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black May 19, 1944
Wirtz, George W.
1938 AB; Chief Petty Officer US Navy; Norfolk, VA; San Francisco, CA; Killed 6/17/43 – train accident in Nappanee, Indiana. Source: Howler ’44 / Alumni Directory / WF, NC Listing / Old Gold & Black Febrary 19, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Withee, Oscar Siphonso
1933; ; Listed as Oscar Siphonso Withee on compiled list and Oscar Alphonso Withee; Killed May 1945. Source: ZSR/SCA Listing / Alumni Directory
Witherow, William Harrill
1935-1937, 1941 BS; Lt. jg US Navy; US Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD; New Orleans, LA; Pacific Fleet USS Wasp.
Withrow, William Harr, III
1935-1937, 1941 BS; Lt. jg US Navy; US Naval Academy – Annapolis, MD, Officer of the deck USS Wasp – European and Pacific Fleet, Pre-flight training Pennsicola, FL. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Witt, John H. M.
1946-1948. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946
Wodenschek, Kenneth William
1939-1941; 2nd Lt. Army Air Corps.- pilot of flying fortress; Panteller, Italy; Tunisia; Fought 30 missions; Killed 9/25/43 – in action in air crash near Tunis, Tunisia. Source: Howler ’44 / Alumni Directory / WF, NC Listing / Old Gold & Black October 29, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Wolz, William Lee, Jr.
1942 BS; Ensign, US Naval Reserve, Bomb disposal officer USS Boise; Northwestern University – Chicago, Ill., New Guinea area – aboard USS Boise Pacific Fleet. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Wong, Tom Ping
1935; Captain 14th Service Group / 555th Service Squadron – China. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Oct. 6, 1944
Wood, Carroll Thomas
1941 BS; 1st Lt. US Army Infantry; Aerial Observation School – Brooks Field, Texas; Listed as Thomas Carroll Wood in Alumni Directory and Thomas Carroll Wood on compiled list – brother of Ira D. Wood, Jr.; Wounded 7/25/44; Died 8/1/44 in France. Source: ZSR/SCA Listing / Alumni Directory / WF, NC Listing / Old Gold & Black January 8, 1943
Wood, Ira David, Jr.
1937 BA; 2nd Lt. US Army – Aeriel Observation School; Camp Davis,; brother of Carroll Thomas Wood. Source: Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Wood, William F., Jr.
1935-1940; Army Air Corps – Sub Air Depot engineering draftsman; Pope Field Fort Bragg, NC.
Woodall, Charles Marion
1941-1942; 2nd Lt. US Marines. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black April 27, 1945
Woodward, Joseph Blair
1948 BS; Invasion of Leyte. Source: Alumni Directory

X

Xanthos, John D.
1935-1937 1948 LL.B.; 1st Lt.; 30 months: England; Italy; North Africa. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 23, 1945

Y

Yakiama, K.
1910; Colonel Japanese Military – military spokesman; Japan; First student from Japan to attend WF. Source: Not in Alumni Directory / WF Scrapbook
Yates, Kyle Monroe
1948 BS; 1st Lt. Army Air Corps – B 24 Liberator; 31 months. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Oct. 5, 1945 / Old Gold & Black September 22, 1945
Yates, Robert Wade
1937-1940; England. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & BlackOctober 27, 1944
Yirinec, Charles
Army Air forces Pre-Flight SchoolAviation Cadet; Maxwell Field, AL; Lake Charles, LA. Source: WF Scrapbook / Old Gold & Black Oct. 27, 1944
Young, DeLane
US Naval Reserves. Source: The Student – Oct. ‘40 and not in the Alumni Directory
Young, Leslie Brooks
Pvt.; Killed 6/12/42 – Port of Spain British West Indies. Source: Old Gold & Black July 3, 1942 / not in Alumni Directory
Young, Robert Averett
1940-1942 1946-1947; Lt. 8th AFF B-17 Flying Fortress – bomb Gemany / Support for Allied Invasion in France; England. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black September 29, 1944
Young, Smith Hicks
1934-1947; Ensign USNR – communications officer; USS Murphey. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black October 22, 1943 / /WF Scrapbook

Z

Zakim, Frank
1950 BS; US Navy aviation. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black June 19, 1942
Zepp, Howard Louis, Jr.
1936-1939; Aviation Cadet – Army Air Forces preflight school; Maxwell Field, AL. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black May 26, 1944

Alumni in Positions of Command

Armstrong, Frank Alton, Brig. Gen., Jr.
Class of 1925; US Air Corps / Commander in Chief of the American Bomber – England; His career was dramatized in the motion picture Twelve O’Clock High. Source: History of Wake Forest / The Student / Old Gold & Black July 16, 1943; March 19, 1943; January 1, 1943; July 16, 1943 / WF Scrapbook
Carey Lee, William, Brig. Gen.
1913-1915; Chief of the Airborne Command. Source: History of Wake Forest / Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black July 3, 1942
Haynes, Caleb V., Brig. Gen.
Class of 1917; Brigadier General Army Air Force; USAF. Source: History of Wake Forest

Alumni Decorated for Valor

Butler, Robert H., Lt.
1939-1940; Cited for valor 5 times for air misions of New Guinea in South Pacific. His awards include: Air Medal for sinking a Japanese cruise, October 15, 1942; Purple Heart for wounds suffered over Rabaul Harbor, October 25, 1942; Silver Star for gallantry in a mission over Rabaul, December 4, 1942; and two Oak Leaf Clusters for attacks on Rabaul, early 1943. Source: History of Wake Forest

Faculty Called into Military While at Wake Forest

Allen, Charles M., Professor
Biology; Photography – Air Corps. Source: History of Wake Forest
Archie, William C., Dr.
French; Army; Invasion of Normandy. Source: History of Wake Forest / Old Gold & Black February 2, 1945
Baer, Herbert, Professor
Law School; Office of Price Administration in Raleigh. Source: History of Wake Forest
Bartos, Hank
Assitant Football Coach; War work. Source: History of Wake Forest
Black, Charles Spurgeon, Dr.
Chemistry; Captain chemical warfare division; Edwood Arsenal, MD; Fort Benning, GA. Source: History of Wake Forest / Old Gold & Black May 8, 1942; January 21, 1944 / WF Scrapbook
Browning, Robert, M., Professor
German; Intelligence Duties – Army. Source: History of Wake Forest
Dowtin, A. A.
Alumni Secretary; FBI – Los Angeles. Source: History of Wake Forest
Freeman, John
Chemistry. Source: Old Gold & Black June 28, 1946
Githens, Sherwood, Dr.
Physics; Taught Radio and Electronics to military specialists at Harvard; National Defense Program; Chanute Field, IL. Source: History of Wake Forest / Old Gold & Black March 14, 1941
Hagood, M. Johnson, Professor
English; Captain, US Army; Military Intelligence. Source: History of Wake Forest / Old Gold & Black May 8, 1942
Holding, Hannah
Librarian; Assistant Librarian; Government Service; Washington, D.C.; Worked in Washington, D.C. doing confidential war work for the government. Source: History of Wake Forest / Old Gold & Black February 19, 1943
Isbell, Robert Nevill, Dr.
Chemistry; Major chemical warfare division-Lt. Col. Third Air Force Hdqt; Second Chemical Service; Tampa, FL. Source: History of Wake Forest / Old Gold & Black May 8, 1942; Nov. 20, 1942; March 14, 1941; June 28, 1946
Lake, I. Beverly, Professor
Law School; Office of Price Administration in Raleigh;. Source: History of Wake Forest
McDonald, Thane
Head of Music Department; US Navy Seaman; A-S; Camp Peary, VA. Source: History of Wake Forest / Old Gold & Black April 28, 1944; July 7, 1944; November 2, 1945
Parcell, Harold, Dr.
French; Army – Lt.; North Africa. Source: History of Wake Forest / Old Gold & Black July 2, 1943
Parker, Herman, Dr.
Associate Professor of Chemistry; NACA – aeronautical commission; Newport News, VA. Source: Old Gold & Black November 3, 1944
Robinson, Zon
Debate Coach; Speech Teacher; Disappeared, presumably to serve in the armed forces. He would never be heard from again. Source: History of Wake Forest
Stroupe, Henry S., Dr.
Social Sciences; Navy. Source: History of Wake Forest
Walker, Erskine
Assistant; War work. Source: History of Wake Forest
Weaver, S.G. “Jim”
Athelitic Director; Lt. US Navy – Ga. Pre-flight School – physical instructor; Athens, GA. Source: History of Wake Forest / Old Gold & Black November 2, 1945
Wilson, Edwin G.
Teaching Assistant, English Professor; Dean of College: Provost; Senior Vice President; 1943 BA; 1948 MA; Lt. jg. US Navy; Chicago, IL. Source: History of Wake Forest / WF Faculty in WWII / Alumni Directory
Wright, Tal Bradford
English; Overseas medical unit. Source: Old Gold & Black September 28, 1945

Wake Forest Female Veterans Serving in WWII

Brewer, Anna Grayson
1946-1947; US Navy Waves – Yeoman Naval Dept.; Washington, DC. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Febrary 1, 1946; September 27,1946
Fuller, Martha Elizabeth
WAAC – specialist training; Russellville, AR.
Gattis, Mary
US Navy Waves. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black September 27, 1946
Harrington, Martha
Nurse Corps. Source: Old Gold & Black September 27, 1946
Joyner, Betty Sue
US Army AFS. Source: Old Gold & Black January 14, 1944
Lanier, Margaret Lucile
1946; US Navy Waves – Aerogrpaher 1st Class / Weather Forecasting; Washington, DC. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black Febrary 1, 1946
Lide, Nina Stephens
1944 BA; A-S USNR; 1st Co-ed to join Armed Forces.
Stroud, Dorothea Sheldon
1946 – 1948; US Navy Waves – Nurse Corps; Naval Hospital Corona, CA. Source: Alumni Directory / Old Gold & Black February 1, 1946; September 27, 1946

WWII Veterans Who Became Wake Forest Faculty After the War

Allen, Charles M.
Directory of WF Artists Series; 1939 BS; Photo Reconnaisance Group; European Theatre. Source: WF Faculty in WWII / Alumni Directory
Barrow, Harold M.
Physical Education Professor; US Navy V6 program; Farragut, Idaho; Naval Hospital in Seattle, Washington. Source: WF Faculty in WWII
Berthrong, Merrill G.
Associate Professor of History; Captain US Army Air Corps. Source: WF Faculty in WWII
Black, Charles S.
Professor and Chairman of Chemistry; 1918-1920; Col. US Air Force. Source: WF Faculty in WWII / Alumni Directory
Bryant, Shasta M.
Associate Professor of Spanish; Lt. Col. US Air Force; South Pacific; Japan. Source: WF Faculty in WWII
Burroughs, Julian C., Jr.
Communications Professor; 1951 BA; SSgt. US Army; Fought in World War II and Korean War. Source: WF Faculty in WWII / Alumni Directory
Cook, Leon P., Jr.
Accounting Teacher; 2nd Lt. US Army Air Corps; POW 8/2/44 – Poland. Source: WF Faculty in WWII
Divine, Hugh William
Law Professor; US Navy Ltjg; South Pacific. Source: WF Faculty in WWII
Elmore, Thomas M.
US Navy – 2nd Cl – Hospital Corpsman. Source: WF Faculty in WWII
Fraser, Ralph S.
German Professor; Pfc US Army. Source: WF Faculty in WWII
Gentry, Ivey
Professor Chairman Math; 1940 BS 1943; Lt. US Army Air Corps; Pacific. Source: WF Faculty in WWII / Alumni Directory
Gossett, Thomas F.
English Professor; Cpl US Army Air Corps. Source: WF Faculty in WWII
Gulley, William H.
Sociology Professor; Lt.Sg. US Navy; Pacific. Source: WF Faculty in WWII
Helm, Robert Meredith, Jr.
Philosophy Professor; 1939 BS; Lt. Col US Army; Europe. Source: WF Faculty in WWII / Alumni Directory
Hylton, Delmer Paul
Accounting Professor; Normandy – Omaha Beach 7/4/44. Source: WF Faculty in WWII
King, Harry Lee, Jr.
Romance Languages Professor; Lt.Sg. US Navy. Source: WF Faculty in WWII
Lauerman, Henry C.
Law Professor; Captain US Navy. Source: WF Faculty in WWII
Mitchell, Carlton Turner
Religion Professor; 1943 BA; Commander US Navy; Atlantic Theatre. Source: WF Faculty in WWII / Alumni Directory
Moore, Harold S.
Plant Management; Sgt US Army; POW. Source: WF Faculty in WWII
Parker, John E., Jr.
French Professor; 1940AD; Lt. Sg US Navy. Source: WF Faculty in WWII / Alumni Directory
Perry, Percival
History Professor; 1937 BA; 1940 MA; SSgt US Army; Normandy D-Day + 6 – Utah Beach. Source: WF Faculty in WWII / Alumni Directory
Potter, Lee H.
English Professor; Pfc US Army; Europe. Source: WF Faculty in WWII
Preseren, Herman J.
Professor and Chairman of Education; Lt. Col. US Air Force. Source: WF Faculty in WWII
Preston, Paddison “Pat” Wade
Assistant Football Coach; 1950 BS; Captain US Marine Corps; Pacific. Source: WF Faculty in WWII / Alumni Directory
Robinson, Paul S.
Music Professor; Cpl. US Army; Normandy D-Day + 14. Source: WF Faculty in WWII
Sanders, Wilmer D.
German Professor; T/5 US Army; Europe. Source: WF Faculty in WWII
Scarlett, John D.
Law Professor; Sgt. US Army infantry; Normandy D-Day + 21 – Omaha Beach. Source: WF Faculty in WWII
Seelbinder, Ben M.
Math Professor; Ltjg US Navy; Pacific. Source: WF Faculty in WWII
Sizemore, James E.
Law Professor; 1952 LL.B.; PhM 3/c US Navy. Source: WF Faculty in WWII / Alumni Directory
Smiley, David L.
History Professor; MSgt. S-4 FA US Army; Normandy D-Day + 6 Utah Beach. Source: WF Faculty in WWII
Stroupe, Henry S.
History Professor; Dean of the Graduate School; 1935 BS; Lt.Sg. US Navy. Source: WF Faculty in WWII / Alumni Directory
Thomas, Lyell Jerome
Economics; Lt. Commander US Navy; Pacific. Source: WF Faculty in WWII
Tillett, Lowell Ray
European and Russian History Professor; T. Sgt. US Army Air Corps; Europe. Source: WF Faculty in WWII
Weaver, James Harvey
Head Football Coach; Athletic Director; Lt. Commander US Navy. Source: WF Faculty in WWII
Williams, George “Jack” P.
Professor of Physics; Lt. jg US Navy; Pacific. Source: WF Faculty in WWII