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Glendale Boy Given Missing Father's Medal Transcription by PacificWrecks.com

WASHINGTON, March 25. (AP) A 16-year-old boy, Kenneth N. Walker, Jr. of Glendale, Calif., received from President Roosevelt today a Congressional Medal of Honor, awarded his father who has been missing in action since Jan. 5 [1943] when he led a bombing attack on Japanese shipping at Rabaul, New Britain. Brigadier General Walker, a native of Cerrillos, N.M., was cited for "conspicuous leadership" and "personal valor and intrepidity at an extreme hazard to life." The citation accompanying...
Glendale Boy Given Missing Father's Medal
Transcription by PacificWrecks.com

Glendale Boy Given Missing Father's Medal Transcription by PacificWrecks.com