[usa flag] Texans on SS Tuscania that Gave All 5 Feb 1918  [tex flag]

Two hundred fifty two soldiers from Texas were aboard the troop carrier SS Tuscania

Missing in Action. A casualty classification assigned to combatants, military chaplains, combat medics, and prisoners of war who are reported missing during wartime or ceasefire. They may have been killed, become prisoners of war, wounded, lost at sea, or deserted. If deceased, neither their remains nor grave has been positively identified. Becoming MIA has been an occupational risk for as long as there has been warfare or ceasefire.
Two hundred fifty two soldiers from Texas were aboard the troop carrier SS Tuscania bound for France.  She was torpedoed by a German U-boat 5 Feb 1918 near the isle of Islay, U.K.  Of the 252 from Texas, 204 of them survived the ordeal, but 48 young men did not.  Two are missing in action and 46 were status of killed in action.  For full details see this website Tuscania↗.
NAME Vet's given names, MEM The place where the Vet is memorialized, linked to Find A Grave.

5 Feb 1918

NAME - Rem↗ MEM - FindAGrave↗
 Altwein, George A.   
 Barker, Ben   
 Barnes, Edgar Carl   
 Collins, Arthur W.   
 Collom, Sterling E.   
 Crocker, Norman G.   
 Crow, Jennings B.   
 Diaz, Rosendo   
 Dinter, William A.   
 Edmondson, Elton Lee   
 Feyrer, Edward Charles   
 Flores, Sixto   
 Garza, Guadalupe   
 Herras, Florencio   
 Hill, Martin Columbus   
 Hudgeons, Thomas E.     mia
 Keown, William   
 Kossaeth, Frank   
 May, Roy W.   
 McMurray, William F.   
 Moreno, George   
 Owens, Ben V.   
 Oxford, Henry Grady   
 Page, Henry H.   
 Pentecost, Sam H.   
 Perez, Angel   
 Perez, Juan A.   
 Price, James A.   
 Ramos, Lucio     mia
 Ray, Otto   
 Reeder, Luther B.   
 Roberts, Lewis   
 Rodriguez, Cirilo   
 Routt, Edward Lafayette   
 Schulze, Richard   
 Sims, Irvin M.   
 Smith, Oscar Lee   
 Sparkman, James F.   
 St. Clair, Thomas B.   
 Straach, Arthur   
 Thompson, Tula R.   
 White, Patrick Henry   
 Whittington, Walter L.   
 Williams, Bill M.   
 Wilson, William R.   
 Wood, James C.   
 Ybarra, Jose   
 Young, Edward Franklin