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Re: Rifleman in AAF in WW 2
Posted by: Darryl Andrews (ID *****5691) Date: June 03, 2012 at 15:19:28
In Reply to: Re: Rifleman in AAF in WW 2 by Richard Horrell of 22578

Box #34 (Wounds Received in Action) has EAMETO which I know what that means.
Box #36 - Date of Departure 23 Mar 44 Destination EAMETO; Date of Arrival 2 Apr 42 (error?);
Date of Departure 28 Nov 45 Destination US Date of Arrival 6 Dec 45
Box #31 - CIB
Some have suggested that he was "passed through" the AAF upon discharge. I'm trying to get all of DUI, patches, pins, etc. If he was in both AGF and AAF then he would have worn a lot of different ones.


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