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|weapon = Previously none, temporarily in possession of [[M-1 Garand]]|image = [[File:Medic.jpg]]|name = 104th Battalion Soldier }}
 
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A '''104th Battlion Soldier''' was a soldier from the 104th Medical Battalion. He was a private who served as a medical records keeper for the Army.
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A '''104th Battlion Soldier''' was a soldier from the 104th Medical Battalion. He was a private who served as a medical records keeper for the Army.
   
 
==Biography==
 
==Biography==
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He landed on [[Omaha Beach]] on D-Day as part of the 104th Medical Battalion. He hid behind one of the obstacles during the landing along with a few members of his unit.
 
He landed on [[Omaha Beach]] on D-Day as part of the 104th Medical Battalion. He hid behind one of the obstacles during the landing along with a few members of his unit.
   
[[Capt. John H. Miller|Captain Miller]] came and asked him "What are you guys?". He informed him that he and the 104th were there to set up field operations. Miller told the soldier to put down his "crap", and pick up a weapon. It is unknown if he survived.
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[[Capt. John H. Miller|Captain Miller]] came and asked him "What are you guys?". He informed him that he and the 104th are there to set up field operations. Miller told the soldier to put down his "crap" and pick up a weapon. It was unknown if he survived.
 
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Revision as of 18:41, June 10, 2018

104th Battalion Soldier
Medic
Rank Private (most likely)
Affiliations 104th Medical Battalion, 29th Infantry Division, U.S. Army.
Birth Around 1920.
Weapon Previously none, temporarily in possession of M-1 Garand

A 104th Battlion Soldier was a soldier from the 104th Medical Battalion. He was a private who served as a medical records keeper for the Army.

Biography

He landed on Omaha Beach on D-Day as part of the 104th Medical Battalion. He hid behind one of the obstacles during the landing along with a few members of his unit.

Captain Miller came and asked him "What are you guys?". He informed him that he and the 104th are there to set up field operations. Miller told the soldier to put down his "crap" and pick up a weapon. It was unknown if he survived.

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