Harry E. Pulver

 

Veteran of Foreign Wars of the

United States, Huntertown VFW

          Post 11314

 

Army, Technician Third Grade

Two years Service, Combat

European Theater

 

Military Honors and Awards:

Good Conduct Medal

ETO Service Medal

Combat Infantryman Badge

Army of Occupation Medal, Germany

 

I crossed the English Channel and landed

in France.   I served as a scout in General

Patton’s Third Army and experienced

combat action in the Battle of the Bulge. 

 

 

 

 

 

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                                              James R. Pulver

 

                             Veteran of Foreign Wars of the

                             United States, Huntertown VFW

                                      Post 11314

 

                             U. S. Coast Guard

                             Fireman First Class

 

                             Sept. 1942 to Oct. 1945           Non Combat

                             European Theater on convoy duty

                             Military Honors and Awards: 

                                      Good Conduct Medal

 

                             I went to boot camp at St. Augustine, Florida.

                             I was then sent to Miami, Florida, receiving

                             station, December ‘42 to April ’43.   Then

                             stationed at Pompano, Florida, April to Sept.  1943.

                             Then assigned to sea duty on the USS Lansing,

                             DE 388 for convoy duty to escort merchant ships

                             to European ports.   I was on the ship until the war

                             ended.   I made 10 round trips to European ports.    

       

                           

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