Tried your site for the American War Dead Battle Monument to see what information it would give me on my uncle's burial, etc., and got nothing.Seems now it lists only those individuals buried out of country, buried at sea, or MIA's.Here's the search site info: "Of the 405,399 Americans that lost their lives during World War II, there were 78,976 Missing in Action. Of the remainder the next of kin of 93,242 elected to have their loved ones buried at our cemeteries. Below is a listing by cemetery showing the number buried and the number that were declared Missing in Action in the vicinity of the cemetery. The new listing of the World War II database, now on the web contains the 172,218 names of those buried at our cemeteries, those Missing in Action and those buried or lost at sea. It does not contain the names of the 233,181 Americans returned to the United States for burial." I have my uncle's death records from St. Louis and (I believe) all the letters he sent his sisters and my grandmother while overseas.He served with the 165th Infantry, enlisted in Oct 41, was in Hawaii on 7th Dec. 41, and served as machine gunner in the Gilbert, Marshall and Marianas campaigns.He was wounded on Saipan and died 2 May 1945 on Okinawa.Was buried the same day in the cemetery there until his body was disinterred in April 1948 (wrong body in his grave), his remains identified and reburied in the proper grave; and, again, in Jul 1949 when his body was returned stateside for burial at Ft. Gibson, Muskogee, OK.I was wanting to possibly obtain a record and copy of the medals awarded. My uncle was SSgt Dennis H DANIEL.The body in his original grave was identified as "James O MERRIMAN".Other names that I can connect from their letters to my grandmother after his death, that served with his company are:Joseph P. STAMPHER, Capt. 165th Inf, Comdg and Chaplains Joseph MATHEWS and Thomas A. CORBETT.