Six by Six: Reports from O'Dark 30

Citation for Bravery

In action on November 8, 1942, SFC Murphy’s patrol was pinned down by heavy machinegun fire. Without regard for his own safety, SFC Murphy fixed his bayonet and charged the emplacement bringing about an immediate surrender of hostile forces. Such displays of courage go above and beyond the call of duty.

Sincerely,
Lt. J. T. RIpper

(Easy Mission -2)

Comments

Easy Mission…. tell that to poor ole…. what was that guys name again? The guy with the BAR that liked climbing up on stuff…

-Pvt. Clifton Alexander “Pete” Brandon

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