US PARAS Beach, Merl Alexander

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Staff member
Merl Alexander
  • UNIT
508 Parachute Infantry Regiment (Company G)
  • RANK
Staff Sergeant
Bronze Star
from Queens County,New York
born 19.11.1921 Pennsylvania
1 year college
semi-skilled worker in production of beverages in civilian life
enlisted 15.7.1942 Fort Jay,Governors Island,New York
re-enlisted 2.10.1948
187 Airborne Infantry Regiment
32 Infantry Regiment (7 Infantry Division) (First Lieutenant 0-0962891)
KIA 7.1.1952 South Korea
Golden Gate National Cemetery,San Bruno,San Mateo County,California Section M Site 603
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