Delmar T Spivey - World War 2 POW Record

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Oct 25, 2014 - This WW2 POW record for Colonel or Superintendent of Nurses Spivey, first name Delmar T is one of 143,374 found in our historical archive for U.S. servicemen and civilians who were held captive by Germany or Japan during World War II. Sources of our archived military lists data are government and public collections and files. We thank all who have honorably served for their country and the greater good towards a more peaceful and equitable world. Special honor to those who have unusually suffered and sacrificed when called to duty far from their homes.
+ Personnel File Core Info:
Name
Delmar T Spivey
Ser. Number
O 017278
Residence
Virginia
Rank
Colonel or Superintendent of Nurses
Service
Army, Air Corps
Organization
Army Air Forces
Parent Unit
8912
Unit Type
Force or Forces Fleet Battalion
Detaining Power
Germany
First Report
08/12/1943
Last Report
05/22/1945
Area
European Theatre Germany
Source
Official Sources
Status
Liberated or Repatriated
NAME
SERVICE
RANK
Army
Second Lieutenant or Nurse, Dietitian, Physical Therapist
Army
Second Lieutenant or Nurse, Dietitian, Physical Therapist
Army
First Lieutenant or Chief Nurse or Head Dietitian
Army
Staff Sergeant
Army
Second Lieutenant or Nurse, Dietitian, Physical Therapist
Army
Sergeant
Army
Second Lieutenant or Nurse, Dietitian, Physical Therapist
Army
Sergeant

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