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David Rogers Walker

Prisoner of War Medal

Date(s) of action: November 4 - 20, 1979
Sergeant David Rogers Walker, United States Marine Corps, was held hostage in Iran from 4 November 1979 to 20 November 1979, while serving with the Marine Security Guard Detachment, United States Embassy, Teheran, Iran. He was among the sixty-five Americans taken prisoner and held in captivity by armed Iranian terrorists…
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William Edward Quarles

Prisoner of War Medal

Date(s) of action: November 4 - 20, 1979
Sergeant William Edward Quarles, United States Marine Corps, was held hostage in Iran from 4 November 1979 to 20 November 1979, while serving with the Marine Security Guard Detachment, United States Embassy, Teheran, Iran. He was among the sixty-five Americans taken prisoner and held in captivity by armed Iranian terrorists…
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Ladell Maples

Prisoner of War Medal

Date(s) of action: November 4 - 20, 1979
Sergeant Ladell Maples, United States Marine Corps, was held hostage in Iran from 4 November 1979 to 20 November 1979, while serving with the Marine Security Guard Detachment, United States Embassy, Teheran, Iran. He was among the sixty-five Americans taken prisoner and held in captivity by armed Iranian terrorists who…
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Joseph Subic

Prisoner of War Medal

Date(s) of action: November 4, 1979 - January 20, 1981
Staff Sergeant Joseph Subic, United States Army, was held hostage in Iran from 4 November 1979 to 20 January 1981, while assigned as a Military Policeman, Defense Attaché's Staff, United States Embassy, Teheran, Iran. He was among the sixty-five Americans taken prisoner and held in captivity for 444 days by…
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Charles Wesley Scott

Prisoner of War Medal

Date(s) of action: November 4, 1979 - January 20, 1981
Colonel Charles Wesley Scott (ASN: 0-13304397), United States Army, was held hostage in Iran from 4 November 1979 to 20 January 1981, while assigned as Military Attaché, United States Embassy, Teheran, Iran. He was among the sixty-five Americans taken prisoner and held in captivity for 444 days by armed Iranian…
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Leland J. Holland

Prisoner of War Medal

Date(s) of action: November 4, 1979 - January 20, 1981
Colonel Leland J. Holland, United States Army, was held hostage in Iran from 4 November 1979 to 20 January 1981, while assigned as Military Attaché, United States Embassy, Teheran, Iran. He was among the sixty-five Americans taken prisoner and held in captivity for 444 days by armed Iranian terrorists who…
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Regis Ragan

Prisoner of War Medal

Date(s) of action: November 4, 1979 - January 20, 1981
Master Sergeant Regis John Ragan, United States Army, was held hostage in Iran from 4 November 1979 to 20 January 1981, while assigned to the Defense Attaché's Officer, United States Embassy, Teheran, Iran. He was among the sixty-five Americans taken prisoner and held in captivity for 444 days by armed…
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David Milton Roeder

Prisoner of War Medal

Date(s) of action: November 4, 1979 - January 20, 1981
Lieutenant Colonel David Milton Roeder (AFSN: FR-83066), United States Air Force, was held hostage in Iran from 4 November 1979 to 20 January 1981, while assigned as Deputy U.S. Air Force Attaché, United States Embassy, Teheran, Iran. He was among the sixty-five Americans taken prisoner and held in captivity for…
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Paul M. Needham

Prisoner of War Medal

Date(s) of action: November 4, 1979 - January 20, 1981
Captain Paul M. Needham, United States Air Force, was held hostage in Iran from 4 November 1979 to 20 January 1981, while assigned as U.S. Air Force Logistics Staff Officer, United States Embassy, Teheran, Iran. He was among the sixty-five Americans taken prisoner and held in captivity for 444 days…
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Donald A. Sharer

Prisoner of War Medal

Date(s) of action: November 4, 1979 - January 20, 1981
Commander Donald A. Sharer, United States Navy, was held hostage in Iran from 4 November 1979 to 20 January 1981, while assigned as Naval Air Attaché, United States Embassy, Teheran, Iran. He was among the sixty-five Americans taken prisoner and held in captivity for 444 days by armed Iranian terrorists…
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Robert Englemann

Prisoner of War Medal

Date(s) of action: November 4, 1979 - January 20, 1981
Lieutenant Commander Robert Englemann, United States Navy, was held hostage in Iran from 4 November 1979 to 20 January 1981, while assigned as Naval Attaché, United States Embassy, Teheran, Iran. He was among the sixty-five Americans taken prisoner and held in captivity for 444 days by armed Iranian terrorists who…
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Joseph Vincent

Prisoner of War Medal

Date(s) of action: November 4 - 20, 1979
Sergeant Joseph Vincent, United States Air Force, was held hostage in Iran from 4 November 1979 to 20 November 1979, while assigned as U.S. Air Force Administrative Manhager, United States Embassy, Teheran, Iran. He was among the sixty-five Americans taken prisoner and held in captivity by armed Iranian terrorists who…
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James Hughes

Prisoner of War Medal

Date(s) of action: November 4 - 20, 1979
Sergeant James Hughes, United States Air Force, was held hostage in Iran from 4 November 1979 to 20 November 1979, while assigned as U.S. Air Force Administrative Manhager, United States Embassy, Teheran, Iran. He was among the sixty-five Americans taken prisoner and held in captivity by armed Iranian terrorists who…
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Thomas E. Schaefer

Prisoner of War Medal

Date(s) of action: November 4, 1979 - January 20, 1981
Colonel Thomas E. Schaefer, United States Air Force, was held hostage in Iran from 4 November 1979 to 20 January 1981, while assigned as U.S. Air Force Attaché, United States Embassy, Teheran, Iran. He was among the sixty-five Americans taken prisoner and held in captivity for 444 days by armed…
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Neal "Terry" Robinson

Prisoner of War Medal

Date(s) of action: November 4 - 20, 1979
Captain Neal "Terry" Robinson, United States Air Force, was held hostage in Iran from 4 November 1979 to 20 November 1979, while assigned as U.S. Air Force Administrative Manhager, United States Embassy, Teheran, Iran. He was among the sixty-five Americans taken prisoner and held in captivity by armed Iranian terrorists…
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Willard Selleck Gideon

Prisoner of War Medal

Date(s) of action: August 7, 1966 - March 4, 1973
Major Willard Selleck Gideon (AFSN: 13425173/3025283), United States Air Force, was held as a Prisoner of War in North Vietnam from August 7, 1966 until his release on March 4, 1973.
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Willie E. Simmons

Prisoner of War Medal

Date(s) of action: August 16, 1975 - October 1975
Willie E. Simmons, a United States Civilian, was held as a Prisoner of War in Laos from August 16, 1975 until his release in October 1975. (NOTE: As a civilian he is NOT authorized the POW Medal, but is listed by the Defense Prisoner of War/Missing Personnel Office as a…
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Arlo N. Gay

Prisoner of War Medal

Date(s) of action: April 30, 1975 - September 21, 1976
Arlo N. Gay, a United States Civilian, was held as a Prisoner of War in South Vietnam from April 30, 1975 until his release on September 21, 1976. (NOTE: As a civilian he is NOT authorized the POW Medal, but is listed by the Defense Prisoner of War/Missing Personnel Office…
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James F. Lewis

Prisoner of War Medal

Date(s) of action: April 16, 1975 - October 30, 1975
James F. Lewis, a United States Civilian, was held as a Prisoner of War in Southeast Asia from April 16, 1975 until his release on October 30, 1975. (NOTE: As a civilian he is NOT authorized the POW Medal, but is listed by the Defense Prisoner of War/Missing Personnel Office…
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Lillian Marguerite Phillips

Prisoner of War Medal

Date(s) of action: March 12, 1975 - October 30, 1975
Lillian Marguerite Phillips, a United States Civilian, was held as a Prisoner of War in Southeast Asia from March 12, 1975 until her release on October 30, 1975. (NOTE: As a civilian she is NOT authorized the POW Medal, but is listed by the Defense Prisoner of War/Missing Personnel Office…
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