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LOFC remembers and honors those Veterans who gave the utlimate sacrifice
during their military service to preserve our freedoms and liberties.


VETERANDATE OF DEATHBRANCHRANKWAR CAMPAIGNNOTES
Hooker Jr., Nathan Berry7/12/1944US Army - 9th Division of 1st Army1st Lt - First LieutenantWORLD WAR II - European TheaterCasualty of D-Day who died in St. Lo, Normandy, France
Stewart, James B.7/5/1943US Army Mississippi National Guard - 172 Infantry 43rd DivisionPFC - Private First ClassWORLD WAR IIDied of Wounds, Army personnel who were wounded in action and later died of those wounds
Cox, Homer Dudley12/24/1944US Navy Reserve (Mississippi)SK 1C - Storekeeper 1st Class Petty OfficerWORLD WAR IICombat dead - Killed in Action, Died of Wounds, or Lost Lives as a result of Operational Movements in War Zones
Fuller Jr., Cpl. Floyd E. "Eddie"5/19/1970US Army - Co A 503 Inf 173 Airborne BridgadeCPL - CorporalVIETNAMKilled in Combat - South Vietnam, Binh Dinh province
Swinney, Fred Shepard10/18/1944US Navy Reserve (Mississippi)ARM2 - Aviation Radioman Petty Officer 2nd ClassWORLD WAR II - Pacific TheaterFred Shepard Swinney was a Navy Radioman and died when the Hellcat fighter in which he was flying was shot down. His remains were not recovered and his death was classified as "Lost at Sea."

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