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Combat Casualty Losses, 16th, 18th, & 26th Infantry Regiments & Supporting Units, 1st Infantry Division

Hard Fighting at the West Wall

COMBAT CASUALTY LOSSES
16TH, 18TH, & 26TH INFANTRY REGIMENTS
& SUPPORTING UNITS
1ST INFANTRY DIVISION
16-30 NOVEMBER 1944

 

Killed in Action (Died of Wounds)

Missing in Action
(MIA)

Severely
Wounded in Action (SWA)

Lightly
Wounded in Action
(LWA)

LWA
Hospitalized
(Evacuated)

LWA Returned to Duty (RTD )

Total

 

Officers/Enlisted Men

O/EM

O/EM

O/EM

O/EM

O/EM

O/EM

16th Infantry

10/146 (1/26)

3/60

2/41

31/700

26/621

5/79

46/947

18th Infantry

8/179 (3/16)

1/26

3/46

22/501

NR

NR

34/752

26th Infantry

7/156 (NR)

14/247

6/167

28/856

NR

NR

55/1426

Total

25/481 (4/42)

18/333

11/254

81/2057

 

 

135/3125

SOURCE: Casualty Reports for 16th, 18th, and 26th Infantry Regiments, 1st Infantry Division, enclosures to Report, Maj. Kenneth W. Hechler, "Hurtgen Forest, 16-30 November 1944, 1st Infantry Division," n.d., National Archives and Records Administration, Record Group 407, Records of the US Army Adjutant General's Office, World War II Records, Combat Interviews, 1st Infantry Division, Battle of Hamich Ridge ( Hurtgen Forest, Box 24012 ).