Nutley Sons Honor Roll

Korean War Era

Korean War: June 23, 1950 - January 31, 1955


Robert G. Bliss died Feb. 4, 1953,

during Army maneuvers in Germany

 

Pfc. Joseph DiNardo was declared

missing in action since Dec. 2, 1950

 

Pfc. John R. Gorman was killed in action

in Korea on May 18, 1951

 

1st Lt. Bernard Hafkin was killed in action

in Korea, on Oct. 19, 1951

 

S/Sgt. John McConnell, an Army

recruiter, died on duty on Oct. 9, 1951

 

Richard Arthur Miller was killed

in July 1951 during training

 

Corp. Alex. MacMillan was killed in action

in Korea on March 22, 1951

 

Pfc. William Nolze was "presumed dead"

after being MIA since April 1951

 

Pfc. Nicholas S. Pucci was killed in action

in Pusan, Korea, on Sept. 6, 1950

 

Pfc. Reed A. Smith died as a result

of an auto accident at camp on Feb. 15, 1951

 

Pfc. John F. Van Der Linde was killed

in action in Korea on March 15, 1951


Korean War memorial, Nutley, N.J. Photo by Anthony Buccino

Korean War memorial, Nutley, N.J.


NJ Korean War Memorial - photo NJ Veterans Information Office

New Jersey Korean War Memorial, Atlantic City
Courtesy of state of NJ Veterans Information Office


Chronology

Pucci, Nicholas S., Pfc. September 6, 1950 Pusan, Korea

DiNardo, Joseph, Pfc. December 1950, Korea 

Smith, Reed, Pfc. Feb. 15, 1951 Camp Breckenridge, Ky.

Van Der Linde, John F., Pfc. March 15, 1951, Korea

Mac Millan, Alex., Corp. March 22, 1951, Korea

Nolze, William W., Pfc. April 1951, Korea

Gorman, John R., Pfc. May 18, 1951, Korea

Miller, Richard Arthur, July 1951 Camp Pendleton, Va.

Bernard Hafkin, 1st Lt., Oct. 19, 1951, Korea

Bliss, Robert G.,  Feb. 4, 1953 Germany


NJ Korean War Memorial - Courtesy of state of NJ Veterans Information Office

New Jersey Korean War Memorial, Atlantic City
Courtesy of state of NJ Veterans Information Office


Sources and links include

Washington DC Korean War Memorial

New Jersey Korean War Memorial

New Jerseyans who served

The Chosin Few

United States Korean War Memorial


Veterans History Project Learn how to preserve the stories of surviving veterans


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NUTLEY SONS HONOR ROLL Remembering the Men Who Paid For Our Freedom


 

 

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