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Service Status
Not Specified
Last Rank
Private
Service Years
1917 - 1919
MOS
657-Medical Aidman
Home State
Kansas
Private



Location
Kansas
N/A
Service to 1919
103rd Evacuation Hospital
103rd Evacuation Hospital
Rank
Private
Location
Lorraine - France
MOS
657-Medical Aidman
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Private
1918 - 1919
Kansas Medal of Excellence
Criteria
After 1 October 1995, the Kansas National Guard Medal of Excellence with certificate/citation may be awarded to any Soldier of the Kansas Army National Guard, Civilians, former members of the Kansas N... More
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1918
Kansas Distinguished Service Medal
Criteria
After 1 July 1979, the Kansas National Guard Distinguished Service Medal with certificate/citation may be awarded to any Soldier of the Kansas National Guard who distinguishes himself/herself by heroi... More
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1918
Kansas Patriot Medal
Criteria
May be awarded to any state/local officials, civic leaders, or Adjutant Generalā??s Department employee who in a position of great responsibility, distinguished themselves with outstanding and excepti... More
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1918
WWI Victory Medal
Devices : Silver Star Gallantry Device
Criteria
The World War I Victory Medal was awarded for military service during the First World War. It was awarded for active service between April 6, 1917, and November 11, 1918; for service with the American... More
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Overseas in France for five months. With Mobile Hospital Unit 103. Saw service in the Lorraine Sector.
1918
Kansas Service Medal
Criteria
Awarded to members of the Kansas National Guard for five (5) years of service. Also awarded for 10, 20, 30, and 40 years of service.
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1918
Meuse-Argonne Campaign
Description
Meuse-Argonne, 26 September - 11 November 1918. At the end of August Marshal Foch had submitted plane to the national commanders for a final offensive along the entire Western Front, with the objectiv... More
1918 - 1918
World War I
Description
The United States of America declared war on the German Empire on April 6, 1917. The U.S. was an independent power and did not officially join the Allies. It closely cooperated with them militarily bu... More
Memories
Overseas five months. With Mobile Hospital Unit 103. Saw service in Lorraine Sector. (France)
1917 - 1918
Basic Training (Fort Logan, CO)
School
Basic Training (Fort Logan, CO)
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1917
Service from 1917

 
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