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Carl T. Liedtka Jr.  ASN 32484355
Chester W. Shoop Jr.  ASN 33683741
Eldon R. Olin  ASN 39316054
Frank Marks ASN 34666839
John Bleggi  ASN 39901977
Leroy Cox ASN 39316225
Edward S. Rea ASN 32606178
Antonio S. Sanfilippo ASN 32606363
Claude G. Levesque  ASN 11091204
Samuel H. Smith ASN 36319705
Clifford L. Hoffman ASN 32599838
Dominic A. Pasquarella  ASN 33107204
Michael Kormanicki ASN 33138303
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Carl T. Liedtka Jr.  ASN 32484355
Born: March 23, 1922   
Died: September 28, 2001
Rank:Sergeant
Arm: Signal Corps
Component: US Army 1942-1945
Organization: Company A, 33rd Signal Construction Battalion
MOS: Lineman 238
Date of Induction: 14 December 1942
Date of Entry into Active Service: 21 December 1942
Battles and Campaigns: Normandy, Northern France, Ardennes, Rhineland, Central Europe
Decorations and Citations:  Good Conduct Medal, Victory Medal, American Theater Ribbon, European African Middle Eastern Ribbon with 5 Campaign Stars, Asiatic Pacific Theater Ribbon, Philippine Liberation Medal.
Continental Service: 1 year, 1 month, 27 days
Foreign Service: 1 year, 9 months, 19 days

                         
          PFC. Liedtka Stateside                      Carl Liedtka and Joe Thibodeaux in the Pacific
       
PFC. Liedtka at Camp Van Dorn, Miss.        Sgt. Liedtka and buddy somewhere in the ETO
              
     Sgt. Liedtka performing his duties.                      Sgt. Carl Liedtka resting with his squad
  
        Carl T. Liedtka in 1942                  Sgt. Carl T. Liedtka in 2000  (Rest in Peace Pop-Pop)
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