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William Pease was drafted by the US Army in the spring of l944. He left for induction on the 26th of June l944 from a small town in central Idaho, Shoshone. His parents moved to Wyoming after his induction, so he would be listed as a KIA from the state of WY rather than Idaho. I believe he was KIA in the spring of 45. He was probably 18 years old when he lost his life. There must be a list of US Army soldiers from the State of Wyoming who were killed in action in WW 2.

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