The 146th Combat Engineers hace an association. They can be reached at this web address and scrolling down to locate their unit.
There are several military forces around the world which have had female combat pilots.
No. Just serving in the military service (honorably), makes them a "military veteran." Serving in a combat zone makes them a combat/war veteran.
The world's militaries use war dogs for many purposes in combat, such as scouting, tracking, and sentry duty.
There were 418,500 American military and civilian deaths as a result of combat and repression during World War II.
The number of Americans who served in the military during World War II was 16 million. The number who actually saw serious combat has been estimated to be 999,000 or fewer.
I have a copy of the unit history of the 381st Engineer Combat Battalion in my library. Richard V. Horrell WW 2 Connections.com
A US Military Serviceman who served in a combat zone.
Any one who honorably served in the military in a combat region during the war was authorized a Victory Medal.
Segregated, non-combat support units.