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CPL Hugh Mack Bryan

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CPL Hugh Mack Bryan

Birth
Peoria, Peoria County, Illinois, USA
Death
27 Nov 1942 (aged 27)
Papua New Guinea
Burial
Arlington, Arlington County, Virginia, USA
Plot
Section 18, Site 4-3
Memorial ID
79484323 View Source

Cpl. U.S. Army Air Corps, World War II-Cpl. Bryan was killed in action in the New Guinea area on 11-27-1942 while serving as a gunner with the 374th Troop Carrier Group on a Transport, the whole crew was lost.

He is the son of Mr. James Yeaman & Mrs. Anna Regene Bryan of Peoria, Illinois, now of Lanham, Maryland, and he is a 1933 graduate of Peoria H.S.

Sgt Bryan enlisted in the Air Corps at Camp Lee, Virginia on February 24, 1942. Sgt. Bryan leaves five brothers, Carter, Barton, Daniel, Jack, and Gordon Bryan of Maryland, and one sister, Miss Louise Bryan of Oregon.

Awards: Purple Heart Medal, Distinguished Service Medal, Crew Wings, American Campaign Medal, Pacific Campaign Medal with One Battle Star, Army Good Conduct Medal.

Cpl. U.S. Army Air Corps, World War II-Cpl. Bryan was killed in action in the New Guinea area on 11-27-1942 while serving as a gunner with the 374th Troop Carrier Group on a Transport, the whole crew was lost.

He is the son of Mr. James Yeaman & Mrs. Anna Regene Bryan of Peoria, Illinois, now of Lanham, Maryland, and he is a 1933 graduate of Peoria H.S.

Sgt Bryan enlisted in the Air Corps at Camp Lee, Virginia on February 24, 1942. Sgt. Bryan leaves five brothers, Carter, Barton, Daniel, Jack, and Gordon Bryan of Maryland, and one sister, Miss Louise Bryan of Oregon.

Awards: Purple Heart Medal, Distinguished Service Medal, Crew Wings, American Campaign Medal, Pacific Campaign Medal with One Battle Star, Army Good Conduct Medal.


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CPL, 374 AAF TRP CARR GP WORLD WAR II

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