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Conflict Period:
Korean War 1
Branch:
Army 1
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Person:
BOB D MC ELHANEY 1
Race: White 1
State of Residence: Washington 1
Birth:
Year: 1930 1
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Korean War 1

Branch:
Army 1
Service Number:
RA19319657 1
Army Branch:
Infantry 1
Component:
USA Ð RA 1
Date of Casualty:
31 Dec 1969 1
Date of Disposition:
31 Dec 1969 1
Disposition of Evacuation:
[Blank] 1
Grade:
Private First Class 1
Place of Casualty:
South Korea Sector 1
Place of Disposition:
South Korea 1
Type of Casualty:
Killed in Action 1

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Robert "Bob" D. McElhaney son of Cyril E. McElhaney & Mattie Katherine Motes was born in probably, McAlester or Scipio around 1930. He was missing in action, 21 Aug 1950 and buried in Tahoma Cemetery, Yakima, WA. His family moved from Oklahoma to Washington about 1944.

Research notes:
: The Generations Network, Inc. , 2005. Original data: Korean Conflict Casualty File, 1/1/1950-2/7/1957 [ Archival Database]; Records of Military Personnel Who Died as a Result of Hostilities During the Korean War, ca. 1977-11/1979; Records of the Office of the Secretary of Defense, Record Group 330; National Archives at C ollege Park, College Park, MD.

Detail comments:
Korean War Casualties, 1950-1957 Korean War Casualties
Name: Bob D McElhaney
Birth Date: 1930
Gender: Male
Race: Caucasian
Home City: Yakima
Home State: Washington
Citizen Status: US Citizen

Death Date: 21 Aug 1950
Processed Date: Nov 1979
Casualty Country: Korea
Casualty Type: Hostile - Killed
Casualty Cause: US Army - No Information Available
Casualty Air: US Army - No Information Available

Service Branch: US Army
Component: Reserve (USAR, USNR, USAFR, USMCR, USCGR)
Rank: Private First Class
Pay Grade: Private First Class (U.S. Army)

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