Terhune, Yandell (P2, C4, L24)
First Sergeant Yandell Terhune, 22, of Mercer County, Kentucky, enlisted in the Harrodsburg National Guard unit some time prior to the activation in November 1940. He was taken prisoner on 9 April 1942 and survived the Death March. He was held at Camp O'Donnell and Cabanatuan #1. He died of dysentery on 12 July 1942 at Cabanatuan #1 Nueva Ecija, Philippines.
BELOW: KENTUCKIAN LEADS IN FIRST TANK BATTLE -- A Kentuckian, First Lieut. W. H. Gentry, Harrodsburg, upper left, led Americans in the first tank battle in U. S. history, a victorious battle over Japanese tanks on Bataan Peninsula. This picture was taken less than two years ago when Lieutenant Gentry, then a staff sergeant, was in training with his National Guard company at Fort Knox. Others in the picture are Capt. Bacon R. Moore, upper right; Pvt. Ben Devine, lower left in tank, and Sergt. Yandell Terhune, lower right.