We salute the NFL's war dead
- Cpl. Mike Basca (HB, Philadelphia, 1941) – Killed in France in 1944
- Lt. Charlie Behan (E, Detroit, 1942) – Killed on Okinawa in 1945
- Maj. Keith Birlem (E, Cardinals-Washington, 1939) – Killed trying to land combat-damaged bomber in England in 1943
- Lt. Al Blozis (T, Giants, 1942-1944) – Killed in France, 1945
- Lt. Chuck Braidwood (E, Portsmouth-Cleveland-Cardinals-Cincinnati, 1930-1933) – Member of Red Cross. Killed in South Pacific, winter 1944-1945
- Lt. Young Bussey (QB, Bears, 1940-1941) – Killed in Philippines landing assault in 1944
- Lt. Jack Chevigny (Coach, Cardinals, 1932) – Killed on Iwo Jima in 1945
- Capt. Ed Doyle (E, Frankford-Pottsville, 1924-1925) – Killed during North Africa invasion in 1942
- Lt. Col. Grassy Hinton (B, Staten Island, 1932) – Killed in plane crash in East Indies in 1944
- Capt. Smiley Johnson (G, Green Bay, 1940-1941) – Killed on Iwo Jima in 1945
- Lt. Eddie Kahn (G, Boston/Washington, 1935-1937) – Died from wounds suffered during Leyte invasion in 1945
- Sgt. Alex Ketzko (T, Detroit, 1943) – Killed in France in 1944
- Capt. Lee Kizzire (FB, Detroit, 1937) – Shot down near New Guinea in 1943
- Lt. Jack Lummus (E, Giants, 1941) – Killed on Iwo Jima in 1945
- Bob Mackert (T, Rochester Jeffersons, 1925)
- Frank Maher (B, Pittsburgh-Cleveland Rams, 1941)
- Pvt. Jim Mooney (E-G-FB, Newark-Brooklyn-Cincinnati-St. Louis-Cardinals, 1930-1937) – Killed by sniper in France in 1944
- Lt. John O'Keefe (Front office, Philadelphia) – Killed flying a patrol mission in Panama Canal Zone
- Chief Spec. Gus Sonnenberg (B, Buffalo-Columbus-Detroit-Providence, 1923-1928, 1930) – Died of illness at Bethesda Naval Hospital in 1944
- Lt. Len Supulski (E, Philadelphia, 1942) – Killed in plane crash in Nebraska in 1944
- Lt. Don Wemple (E, Brooklyn, 1941) – Killed in plane crash in India in 1944
- Lt. Chet Wetterlund (HB, Cardinals-Detroit, 1942) – Killed in plane crash off New Jersey coast in 1944
- Capt. Waddy Young (E, Brooklyn, 1939-1940) – Killed in plane crash following first B-29 raid on Tokyo in 1945
- Lt. Bob Kalsu (G, Buffalo, 1968) – Killed in an attack while defending Base Ripcord on July 21, 1970
- Maj. Don Steinbrunner (T, Cleveland Browns, 1953) – Shot down over Kontum, South Vietnam on July 20, 1967
- Cpl. Pat Tillman (DB, Arizona, 1998-2001) – Killed in Afghanistan on April 22, 2004
Hero of Iwo Jima: Jack Chevigny – Cardinals coach and Notre Dame legend who scored winning TD in "Win one for the Gipper" game; killed in Iwo.
Hero of Iwo Jima: Howard "Smiley" Johnson – Green Bay Packers end honored for heroism in two World War II battles; killed on Iwo.
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