I, too am looking for info about my uncle who was a member of the 127th infantry, company M. He also died on Nov. 30, 1944. I am not a good military historian and cannot figure out the circumstances of his death. I ordered what I could from NPRC and got a little from them. But it was a confusing answer. The letter said my uncle's records were probably destroyed in a fire, then it said some of the records can be reconstructed, and then it said I was not close enough kin to be given documents. He had no wife, no children. His parents and all eight brothers & sisters are deceased, and us cousins are not far behind. I'd really like the historical context for his death. We have other WWII servicemen in our family who were pilots & navy officers & it seems we have lots of their records, but it frustrates me that I can't learn anything specific about Curtis, who was a regular GI in the infantry. BTW, his name was James Curtis Morrow, dob 7/2/1924, Service #38440045. The "information releasable under the freedom inf information act" page says his place of separation was Limon, Leyte Is. Under status it says "Died on Duty". Is that the same as killed in action? Thanks to anybody who can help.