With Military Honors
Dedicated to Americans Who Have Served in Uniform

  With Military Honors is dedicated to all U.S. Military Members, past and present, from all services, and especially to those who have given the ultimate sacrifice in defence of our country. This is an ongoing "work in progress" beginning with a listing of United States Military casualties from World War II.


  This site is part of a multi-year project to list on a single website, the name of every military member that died during World War Two as listed in the US Army "World War II Honor List of Dead and Missing" and the US Navy "State Summary of War Casualties".  Future projects may include The Korean War and The Vietnam Conflict.


  Future pages will be added to provide quick links to US Department of Veteran Affairs Resources, Military Medals and Awards with information and criteria for each medal or award, and a Veterans Gift section to assist with the financial support of this site.

TSG Ernest T. Carlow, AAF

With Military Honors and other researchers are searching for the Next-of-Kin of TSG Ernest T. Carlow, SN: 20957230. TSG Ernest Carlow died in an aircraft accident in Austrilia on April 8, 1943. He is listed as DNB - Died Non-Battle, from Canyon County Idaho. If you are related to, know any relative of, or have any information on this Army Air Force member please email: nick@withmilitaryhonors.com.

SSG Brooks U Atchison, AAF

With Military Honors is also searching for the Next-of-Kin of SSG Brooks U. Atchison, SN: 20941465, for a special project in honor of WWII Army Air Force B-17 Crews that were Killed in Action. SSG Atchison is believed to have been killed in action when his B-17, Fuddy Duddy, was shot down over Germany in November 1944. He is listed as KIA from King County in Washington State. If you are related to, or know a close relative of SSgt Atchison please email: nick@withmilitaryhonors.com.

Honored Veterans Memorial Section

Starting back in March 2014, a new section, Honored Veterans Memorials was added to our site. This area is reserved to honor and remember those veterans that have served during any era from World War II to the current War on Terrorism and have passed away since leaving military service.
May 25, 2015 -
  PVT George J. Janosik, U.S. Army, WWII Veteran 1945
Dec 25, 2014 -
  PO1 Claude S. Cunningham, U.S. Navy, WWII Veteran 1945
Oct 19, 2014 -
  SGM Denny M. MacNealy, U.S. Army, Vietnam Veteran 1965
Mar 29, 2014 -
  Capt Thomas C. White, U.S. Army, Vietnam Veteran 1968-1969

 Recent Updates:

June to August 2016 - Added Army and Navy Source Documents for the States of Florida,
   Georgia, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana and Maine.
July 31, 2016 - Added Full Text Pages for Army Foreword Pages and
  Navy Important Notice Pages that includes specific details on Casualty Status Codes.
July 11, 2016 - Added Information Page for Idaho Casualty TSG Ernest T. Carlow, AAF
  DNB - Died Non-Battle, April 8, 1943
March 18, 2016 - Updated-Added all Alabama State County Pages for Army-AAF
  Honor Roll, 5,114 Names
  Dec 23, 2015 - Updated pages-added pictures on Maj. Chaplain Ralph W. D. Brown,
  Japanese POW and first WWII Chaplain awarded the Distinguished Service Cross.