Rangers receive Distinguished Service Crosses for actions at Pointe-du-Hoc
I'oint Pleasant Man h Awarded I). S. C. S t T R i: M E II K A no r A R I K RS A 1. 1, 1 K I) KXn.niTIONARY FOKCi: ( Vi Sgt. Leonard Lorn-ell, Lorn-ell, Lorn-ell, Point Pleasant, N. J., was among 20 officers and enlisted men who received Distinguished Service Crosses at a ceremony at field headquarters yesterday. They were members of a Ranger battalion In the first assault assault wave to lilt the French beach near Vierille. The medals were In recognition recognition of "extraordinary heroism" displaced when under heavy fire they assaulted the cliffs and beaches and put down three enemy enemy counterattacks.