Chronology



Activated
August 16, 1943

Arrived European Theater of Operations
January 21, 1945

Arrived Continent (D+234)
January 26, 1945

Entered Combat
March 2, 1945

Days in Combat
55



Casualties



Killed in Action
233

Died of Wounds
28

Wounded in Action
929

Missing
99

Captured
67

Battle Casualties
1,162

Non-Battle Casualties
1,250

Total Casualties
2,412

Percent of T/O Strength
16.3



Campaigns



Rhineland


Central Europe




Individual Awards



Congressional Medal of Honor
Private First Class Frederick C. Murphy

Distinguished Service Cross

T/Sgt Joseph W Hairston (2)

S/Sgt Harry Caminiti

1st Lt Edward C Christl Jr

2nd Lt William A Dunlap

1st Lt Eugene M Nettles

1st Lt Henry O Odegard


Legion of Merit
11

Silver Star
67

Soldiers Medal
4

Bronze Star
690

Air Medal
19




Statistics

Statistics ...

65th Infantry Division By the Numbers