Hello, My name is Gerald Frisbie and I found this site from Wikipedia. I served 7 years in the Army as a paratrooper and 24 years in the Iowa National Guard and served overseas in Iraq and Afghanistan and Okinowa. I am retired and have the time for family history research. I am looking for information on 2 relatives.The First is my father in law, Vernon Arthur Clasen, who served as an M4 tank driver with the 762d provisional tank battalion, 27th Infantry Division. On 9 April 1945, upon entering the Ryuku campaign, his tank unit was reassigned to the 4582 QM SVC CO as a truck driver. The 4582 has no presence on Army or milconnect websites, Wikipedia, or Quartermaster websites. He died in 1977 before I graduated high school or even met my wife and Vernon spoke little of his Army service. We have his dress uniform with the appropriate ARPACFORCE and Armor insignia and no other medals. His OPMF files were lost in the 1973 fire at St Louis and I am interested in the unit history and any stories I can relate to my wife's family and relatives. Relative #2 is even more difficult; I had a brother of my maternal grandfather who was told he served in the Army in WW1 and never returned from service. Inqueries on the Minnesota Archive Site only lists the census from 1895-1915, The last sibling passed in 2000 and no further information is available. His name is Albin Gerhard Krognes from Hendrum, MN. the MIA webfinder produced no results and Krognes has been spelled with an A or O and ending in 1 or 2 S'. Ancestry can not find any military documents either. Thanks for any help.