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Second Lieutenant Almond E. Fisher, USA (September 12-13, 1944)

online casino diners club Almond Edward Fisher was born on January 28, 1913 in Hume, New York. During World War II, he was an infantry officer with Company E, 2nd Battalion, 157th Infantry Regiment, 45th Infantry Division. The motto of the 45th was “Semper Anticus”, Latin for “Always Forward”.

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house of fun slots casino - free slot machines On September 12-13, 1944, Second Lieutenant Fisher embodied that motto with acts of incredible courage while fighting in southern France.

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Private First Class Salvador J. Lara, USA (May 27-28, 1944)

online casino register Salvador J. Lara was born during 1920 in Riverside, California. His enlistment record indicates that he was a farm hand who left high school after three years and was drafted into the United States Army on July 7, 1942 for World War II service.

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Technical Sergeant Van T. Barfoot, USA (May 23, 1944)

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online casino sperren software kostenlos Van Thomas Barfoot was born in Edinburg, Mississippi on June 15, 1919. He enlisted in the United States Army in 1940, and prior to the United States’ entry into World War II, served in the 1st Infantry Division.

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