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First Lieutenant Edward A. Silk, USA (November 23, 1944)

cheap Keppra without prescription on internet SilkEdwardAEdward A. Silk hailed from Johnstown, Pennsylvania. He was born there on June 8, 1916 and was living there when he was drafted into the United States Army on April 16, 1941 at age 24.

go to site By November 23, 1944, Silk had earned an officer’s commission, and was a First Lieutenant in Company E, 2nd Battalion, 398th Infantry Regiment, 100th Infantry Division, locked in combat against Nazi Germany near St. Pravel, France. Lieutenant Silk, in command of his company’s weapons platoon, single handedly assaulted a house occupied by enemy troops that was blocking his soldiers’ advance. His courage was recognized with the Medal of Honor in November 1945.

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Technical Sergeant Charles F. Carey, Jr., USA (January 8-9, 1945)

Charles F. Carey, Jr. was born on December 23, 1915 in Canadian, Oklahoma. He was living in Wyoming when he entered the United States Army. By the winter of 1944-1945, he was fighting in western Europe with the 397th Infantry Regiment of the 100th Infantry Division.

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