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   James Thomas Lingg
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War: World War, 1939-1945; Korean War, 1950-1953
Branch: Army; Army
Unit: I Company, 3rd Battalion, 26th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division
Service Location: European Theater
Rank: Chief Warrant Officer 2
POW: Yes
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»Photo Album  (7 photos)
»My Wars, World War II-Europe [1944-1945] Korea [1951-1952]
 Official Documents
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 Personal Correspondence
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 Other Materials
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 Official Documents (5 items)
Military records Confidential report on his status as MIA. General Orders No. 44 [September 10, 1944]
Military papers relating to being awarded the Bronze Star. Discharge papers and record of separation 
 Personal Correspondence (8 items)
From the Selective Service System [December 31, 1942] To mother from a German hospital [August 11, 1944] To Grace [June 27]
V-Mail and envelope [September 16 (postmarked October 8) 1943] V-mail and envelope [December 22, 1943 (postmarked January 7, 1944)] V-mail and envelope, no date (postmarked ([October 9, 1943])
V-mail and envelope, no date (postmarked [October 24, 1943]) Letter awarding him the Combat Infantryman Badge [July 27, 1944] 
 Other Materials (2 items)
News clippings related to his wounding and capture by the Germans Medical report from the 30th General Hospital APO 562, U.S. Army [October 21, 1944] 

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