This page is the most valuable tool in learning what happened to your
here alphabetically are the men who went missing from the same unit on the
Scroll down the alphabet to find your missing man while noting the
entries in the columns for all these men.
Print (landscape & legal size) this page. Keep this list handy while doing your search. Submit it to your
Casualty Officer. Request information from the files of the other men
and contact information on their families.
Why? Because men were captured in groups. Some names, especially if recorded
phonetically by Chinese or North Korean, are misspelled. Some men were not
remembered by name, but often by nickname or physical description. Some were
lost along the way on marches. By tracking the group, you may learn
what happened to an individual. Please
email johnzimmerlee at
fax (770-578-0002) with as much information as possible to fill in the missing blanks
on your loved-one.
SERV_NO for more detail on individual.
LOSS_DT - approximate date when man went missing;
WITH - his regular unit or the unit he was physically with when
he went missing;
INC_AREA - the general area, town, battlefield
where he went missing;
UTM - use map button on home page to find
CASE - request this from Casualty Office. It
gives details on what happened.
VEH - Planes are identified by
RANK - most were promoted upon missing; When
searching, expect to see 1 rank lower.
PSTAT - status
assigned by our Govt;
RSTAT - if we have evidence, we
offer an alternate status here;
MC - number of ex-POWs who
gave info on this man;
L944 - 944 men known to be alive in
L450 - even stronger evidence of men alive in
JJ - men who died on Tiger march;
names of captured men by Communists;
CAMP - Prison Camp;
- name on blackboard in school house;
STM- Sunchon Tunnel
KWALD- air loss case #;
AI - Air Intel Report;
AFM - 200-25 Report