George Berkley Alger
Specialist Five
11TH AVN CO (GS), 11TH AVN GROUP, 1ST CAV DIV, USARV
Army of the United States
Denver, Colorado
September 24, 1920 to November 30, 1968
GEORGE B ALGER is on the Wall at Panel W37, Line 9

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George B Alger

SP5 GEORGE BERKLEY ALGER

 

The official Army Casualty Report states: Individual died from burns received while in an ammunition bunker when the bunker exploded. It was also noted on the report that SP5 Alger was listed as missing from 30 November 1968 until 11 December 1968 when his body was recovered.

At the time of his death, he was survived by his wife, Taeko. They had no children. An internet search determined that Taeko may have been involved in Real Estate in the Denver area until her death on January 3, 2002 and they are buried at Fort Logan National Cemetery, Denver Colorado.

He was awarded a Bronze Star medal and served in World War II as well as in Vietnam

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On November 30, 1968, two men will killed when that bunker exploded. They were both from 11th Aviation Group: They were::

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