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Scott Anderson Holz

Date of birth: April 23, 1928
Date of death: MIA: September 12, 1951
Home of record: Cincinnati Ohio
Status: POW

Although Scott Holz is officially listed as "Missing in Action," there is some evidence he may have been captured during the Korean War and interned as a Prisoner of War. The Air Force concluded, "The information pertaining to reports of Lt Holz being a POW is probably true. He was probably captured about 7 April 1952."

AWARDS AND CITATIONS

Distinguished Flying Cross

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Awarded for actions during the Korean War

(Citation Needed) - SYNOPSIS: First Lieutenant Scott Anderson Holz (AFSN: AO-1910608), United States Air Force, was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross for extraordinary achievement while participating in aerial flight while serving with the 90th Bombardment Squadron in Korea.

Action Date: Korean War

Service: Air Force

Rank: First Lieutenant

Battalion: 90th Bombardment Squadron

Prisoner of War Medal

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Awarded for actions during the Korean War

First Lieutenant Albert Paul Derosier (AFSN: 0-1540348), United States Air Force, was held as a Prisoner of War after he was captured on 7 April 1952, during the Korean War. He was unaccounted for after the war and is presumed to have died or been killed while in captivity.

General Orders: Air Force Manual No. 200-25, Department of the Air Force (January 16, 1961)

Action Date: April 7, 1952 - MIA In Captivity

Service: Air Force

Rank: First Lieutenant

Battalion: 90th Bombardment Squadron

Division: Prisoner of War (Korean War)