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The Men and Women in World War II from Runnels County

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A B C D E F G H I J K L M
N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

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Namken, Myron

GC 3/c Myron Namken, son of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Krempin, Rowena, attended Ballinger High.

Entered Navy, 1944, trained at San Diego. Served in USA. Served in Atomic Bomb Test.

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Nance, Bill J.

CRT Bill J. Nance, Box 443, Winters, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Nance, Winters, graduate of Tyler Community Col.

Entered Navy, 1942, trained in Calif. and Va. Served on USS Alcor and USS Fargo. Discharged in 1945.

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Nance, Truett O.

1st Lt. Truett O. Nance, Box 443, Winters, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Nance, Winters, husband of Tommie Jo Gooch, graduate of Winters High.

Entered AAC, 1942, trained in Texas and Okla. Served in USA as an instructor and in Panama.

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Nance, W. Worth

1st Sgt. W. Worth Nance, Box 443, Winters, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Nance, Winters,husband of Frances Dye, graduate of Winters High, attended John Tarleton.

Entered Army, 1945, trained in Texas, Va. and N.J. Served in USA. Discharged in 1946.

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Nelson, Lowell A.

S/Sgt. Lowell A. Nelson, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Nelson, Miles, graduate of Ballinger High.

Entered Army, 1940, served in New Guinea, N. Britian and Philippines. Awarded Am. Def., AT, AP with 3 Bronze Stars, PL, 1 Bronze Star and GCM. Discharged in 1945.

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Nelson, Willard A.

AMM 2/c Willard A. Nelson, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Nelson, Miles, husband of Mary Adams, graduate of Miles High.

Entered Navy, 1942, trained in San Diego, Chicago and Pensacola, Fla. Served in Hawaii and Tarawa. Awarded AT, GCM, Victory, AP Ribbon with 1 Star and Combat Air Crewman Wings. Discharged in 1945.

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Nevels, Clyde D.

BM 2/c Clyde D. Nevels, Rt. 2, Ballinger, son of Mr. John W. Nevels, Greenville, husband of Rubye Brown, attended Quinlan High.

Entered Navy, 1943, trained at Camp Peary, Va., R.I. and Calif. Served in S. Pacific, Marianas and Okinawa. Awarded AP and AT Ribbons. Wounded on Saipan, 1944. Discharged in 1945.

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Neville, James W.

T/Sgt. James W. Neville, Box 563, Winters, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Neville, Abilene, husband of Jo Davidson, graduate of Coleman High.

Entered Army, 1941, trained at Ft. Sill, Okla. Served on N. Guinea and Philippines. Awarded GCM, Bronze Star, Am. Def., PL and AP Ribbons. Discharged in 1945.

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New, Thomas H.

Pfc. Thomas H. New, Rt. 2, Ballinger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter New, Ballinger, husband of Erlene Morris, attended Ballinger High.

Entered Army, 1943, Trained at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. Served in European Theater. Awarded Pres. Cit. with 4 Battle Stars, ET, Purple Heart, 1 Cluster, GCM, AT, Victory and German Occ. Ribbons. Wounded in France and Germany, 1944. Discharged in 1946.

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Nixon, Jack, Jr.

CSK Jack Nixon, Jr., Box 663, Ballinger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Nixon, Ballinger, husband of Eva Ruth Forgey, attended Howard Payne Col.

Entered Seabees, 1943, trained at Camp Peary, Va., N.C. and Calif. Served in USA, Hawaii and Guam. Awarded AT, AP, 1 Star, Navy Comm., Pres. Cit. and Victory Ribbons. Discharged in 1945.

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Nunley, Barney A.

M/Sgt. Barney A. Nunley, 806 Broadway, Ballinger, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Nunley, Ballinger, husband of Janet Baxter, attended Ballinger High.

Entered ARmy, 1942, trained at Camp Adair, Ore. Discharged in 1943.

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Nunley, Bobby G.

SM 2/c Bobby G. Nunley, 806 Broadway, Ballinger, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Nunley, Ballinger, graduate of Ballinger High and TExas U.

Entered Navy, 1944, trained in San Diego and Sampson, N.Y. Served on USS E.F. Larson in S. Pacific and Japan. Awarded AP, Am. Def., Victory and Jap. Occ. Ribbons. Discharged in 1946.

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Nunley, John G.

Cpl. John G. Nunley, 806 Broadway, Ballinger, son of J. M. Nunley, Ballinger, attended Bethel High.

Entered Army, 1943, trained at Jefferson Bks, Mo. Discharged in 1944.

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Nunley, Morris E.

RM 2/c Morris E. Nunley 806 Broadway, Ballinger, son of J. M. Nunley, Ballinger, graduate of Ballinger High. Attended HSU and Okla. U.

Entered Navy, 1943, trained San Diego, Point Loma, Calif., N.J. and Norman, Okla. Served on USS Abner Read in S. Pacific. Awarded AP with 4 Stars, AT and Victory Ribbons. Discharged in 1946.

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Nunley, Perry E.

S/Sgt. Perry E. Nunley, 806 Broadway, Ballinger, son of J. M. Nunley, Ballinger, attended Doole High.

Entered Army, 1940, trained at Ft. Sam Houston, Texas, Camp Polk, La. and Hawaii. Served on Hawaii. Awarded GCM, AP, and Am. Def. Ribbons. Discharged in 1945.

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In Memoriam
A B C D E F G H I J K L M
N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Awards and Badges

GCM - Good Conduct Medal
Bronze Arrowhead
ET Ribbon
AT Ribbon
American Defense Ribbon
Victory Ribbon
Combat Inf. Badge
Expert Rifleman Badge
Presidential Unit Citation
Silver Star
Bronze Star
Battle Star
PL Ribbon
Jap. Occupation. Ribbon
German Occupation Ribbon
Army Occupation. Ribbon
Purple Heart
AP - Asiatic Pacific Campaign Medal
EAME - European-African-Middle Eastern Theater Medal
Letter of Commendation

Medals of the US Army
Service Ribbons of the US Army

US ARMY AWARDS, DECORATIONS, CAMPAIGN & SERVICE MEDALS

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