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(The following abbreviations are used in this list: E for Evacuated; S for Sick; W for Wounded; K for Killed; A, B, C, D, E, F, H, MC, VC, to denote organization as Co. A, B, C, D, E, F, Hdqrs, Medical Corps, Veterinary Corps; 2nd Lieut, Sgt. 1st Cl., &c to denote highest rank in 2nd Engineers; Prepn., Chateau Thierry, Soissons, St. Mihiel, Blanc Mont, Attigny, Argonne, Rhine, to denote that the individual was with the regiment during all or a part of the period covered by the dates of that chapter in the history; CG for Croix de Guerre; DSC for Distinguished Service Cross; DSM for Distinguished Service Medal, MM for Medaille Militaire.)
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Uhlenhopp, John H.; Keley, Ia.; B; Cpl.; Rhine.
Umholtz, Thomas A.; Address unknown; E; Pvt. 1st Class; St. Mihiel; Blanc Mont; Attigny; Argonne; Rhine.
Underwood, Russell D.; Boise, Ida.; D; Pvt.
Unger, Mahlon R.; Lafayette, Ind.; C; Pvt. 1st Class; Prepn.; K, Chateau Thierry.
Utz, August C.; San Francisco, Cal.; F; Pvt.; Prepn.; EW, Chateau Thierry; St. Mihiel; Blanc Mont; Attigny; Argonne; Rhine.
United States, and W. A. Mitchell. 1920.
The Official History Of The Second Regiment Of Engineers And Second Engineer Train, United States Army, In The World War.
[San Antonio]: [San Antonio printing Co.].
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