Loomis, Dennis, PFC

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Last Rank
Private First Class
Last Service Branch
Military Police Corps
Primary Unit
1944-1945, 677, 570th Military Police Platoon (Railway Guard), 15th Military Police Brigade
Service Years
1944 - 1945

Private First Class

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Contact Info
Home Town
Tustin, Mich.
Last Address
Family plot:
Burdell Township Cemetery,
Sherman Township,
Osceola County,

Date of Passing
Jan 30, 1992
Location of Interment
Not Specified
Wall/Plot Coordinates
Not Specified

 Official Badges 

Honorable Discharge Emblem (WWII) Army Military Police Honorably Discharged WW II

 Unofficial Badges 

Military Police Blue Star

 Military Association Memberships
Post 110Chapter 39Michigan DepartmentNational Society Sons of the American Revolution
  1945, American Veterans (AMVETS), Post 110 (Member) (Cadillac, Michigan) [Verified] - Chap. Page
  1945, Disabled American Veterans (DAV), Chapter 39 (Member) (Cadillac, Michigan) [Verified] - Chap. Page
  1950, Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War, Michigan Department (Executive Officer) (Michigan) - Chap. Page
  1950, National Society Sons of the American Revolution

 Additional Information
Last Known Activity


Infantry U.S. Army WWII

American Theater Streamer
World War II


First, I would like to thank each of you for your Military Service, and to those returning from overseas "WELCOME HOME".
My intention is to list the information I have on my father and some of my family here on the Army TWS.  Both of my Great Grandfathers were GAR Civil War Veterans. My father, Dennis Loomis, and at least five of my uncles were WWII Army and Army Air Corps. My Great x4 Grandfather, Jonathan Loomis, served seven years in the Army of the Revolution from Massachusetts and fought at the battle of Bunker Hill. He served with Stevens' Company of Mass., Rossiter's Regt., and fought at the battle of Bunker Hill. That makes me both a Son of the American Revolution and S.U.V.: Sons Of Union Veterans of the Civil War.

Most information on this pr
ofile page is intended as a Remembrance Profile on my Father, Dennis W. Loomis. He was born in Sherman Township (Tustin) Michigan  on 29 January 1924; served U.S. Army World War II from April 1944 to January 1945; died 30 January 1992, Beaver Dam, Wisconsin. His remains rest at the family plot at Burdell Cemetery, Sherman Township, Michigan, along with his parents and grandparents.

Dennis Loomis: I am still trying to piece together my father's WWII service. He  graduated high school in 1942 and attempted to enlist twice which was denied because he was classified as a farmer and he owned a small dairy. However, in early 1944 he was drafted and then injured during training and spent several months recuperating a knee injury while in the San Francisco area, at General Dibble Army Hospital, Palo Alto. From Camp Roberts, Calif., he was assigned as an armed guard on prison trains hauling Japanese POWs from the west coast to internment camps such as Camp McCoy at Sparta, Wisconsin. He was given a medical discharge in January 1945. His disability was rated at 20% and lists him as Military Police because of his duties as an armed guard.

Thank you for stopping by,

Steven Loomis, Vietnam War Veteran, US Naval Advisory Group Vietnam, 1971/1972.
Other Comments:


Joseph Loomis came from Essex in England to the new world in 1638 and landed at the settlement of Boston which was founded just eight years earlier in 1630. Joseph Loomis' Great-Great Grandson was Jonathan Loomis. Jonathan Loomis (American Revolution) was my Great (x4) Grandfather. Joel Loomis (Civil War) was Jonathan's Great Grandson and my Great Grandfather. Dennis Loomis was my Father, WWII. I am a direct descendant of Joseph Loomis by ten generations in America. 

Profile by: Steven Dennis Loomis, U.S. Naval Forces Viet-Nam
My father was Dennis William Loomis, U.S. Army Infantry WWII.
My grandfather was: Harry George Loomis, son of:
Joel Woolsey Loomis (Civil War, Michigan 11th Infantry, Co.B), son of:
Woolsey Melancthon Loomis, son of:
Eber Loomis, son of:
Jonathan Loomis (7 years, Revolutionary War), son of:
Nathaniel Loomis, son of:
James Loomis, son of:
Joseph Loomis II, first son of:

Joseph Loomis arrived in Boston 1638. Born in the county of Essex, England 1590.

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 Enlisted/Officer Basic Training
  1944, Basic Training (Fort Sheridan, IL)
 Unit Assignments/ Advancement Schools
15th Military Police Brigade
  1944-1945, 677, 570th Military Police Platoon (Railway Guard), 15th Military Police Brigade
 Combat and Non-Combat Operations
  1943-1945 World War II
  1945-1945 Central Europe Campaign (1945)/Victory in Europe Day (VE Day - 8May45)
  1945-1945 WWII - Asiatic-Pacific Theater
 Other News, Events and Photographs
  Decendent of: Joseph Loomis
  Gen. Dibble Army Hospital, Palo Alto, Calif.4
  Brother: Stanley B. Loomis
  Brother: Kenneth B. Loomis
  Jan 30, 1992, OBITUARY, Dennis William Loomis
  Feb 24, 2010, Brother-in-Law: Bryce Alger2
  May 26, 2014, General Photos1
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