Warner, Argil H., T/Sgt

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Last Rank
Technical Sergeant
Last Service Branch
Last Primary MOS
Last MOS Group
Infantry (Enlisted)
Primary Unit
1944-1944, 745, 1st Battalion, 399th Infantry Regiment
Service Years
1941 - 1944

Technical Sergeant

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Home State
West Virginia
West Virginia
Year of Birth
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Casualty Info
Home Town
Last Address
Not Specified

Casualty Date
Dec 19, 1944
Hostile, Died
Artillery, Rocket, Mortar
World War II
Location of Interment
Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Cemetery - Cumberland, Maryland
Wall/Plot Coordinates
Not Specified

 Official Badges 

Infantry Shoulder Cord Honorably Discharged WW II

 Unofficial Badges 

 Military Association Memberships
World War II FallenChapter 2222
  1944, World War II Fallen [Verified]
  1944, Military Order of the Purple Heart, Chapter 2222 (Sergeant At Arms) (Cheltenham, Maryland) - Chap. Page

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 Ribbon Bar

Combat Infantryman 1st Award

 Unit Assignments
100th Division (Institutional Training)1st Battalion, 399th Infantry Regiment
  1944-1944, 745, 100th Division (Institutional Training)
  1944-1944, 745, 1st Battalion, 399th Infantry Regiment
 Combat and Non-Combat Operations
  1944-1944 World War II
  1944-1944 WWII - European-African-Middle Eastern Theater/Ardennes Alsace Campaign (1944-45)
  1944-1944 WWII - European-African-Middle Eastern Theater/Rhineland Campaign (1944-45)
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Last Known Activity
T/Sgt. A.H. Warner-T/Sgt. Argil Harper Warner was killed in action in Germany on December 19, 1944.  He was born and reared in Tucker County and was graduated from Parsons High School in the class of 1926 and from Shepherd College in the class of 1932.  He was a teacher in Mercer County when he entered the service.

Was an original member of the "L" company, 399th Inf Regt Serving as Platoon Sergeant .
 A memorable soldier was T. Sgt. Argil H. Warner, who was a platoon sergeant and probably the oldest man in our company. He was about 34 years old and was affectionately called "Pop" Warner by his boys who were about half his age. His younger brother, who was in the First Infantry Division, had urged him to transfer out of the rifle company and get an assignment in a less dangerous unit. Because of his age he could have gotten another assignment but he replied that he would not leave his boys. It happened in the vicinity of Schwangerbach, France that he was killed in action by a direct artillery hit on his foxhole. He wanted to do his duty as a soldier even if it cost him his life. The Army does not give medals for devotion to duty and to fellow soldiers above and beyond the call of duty.

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By John M. Khoury

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