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Conflict Period:
World War II 1
Branch:
Army 1
Birth:
25 Aug 1922 1
Waverly, Franklin Co., NY 1
Death:
09 Jul 1944 1
Field hospital in theatre of ops 1
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Person:
Earl Arthur Hoag Jr 1
Earl A Hoag Jr 2
Level of Education: 4 years of high school 2
Marital Status: Single, without dependents 2
Birth:
25 Aug 1922 1
Waverly, Franklin Co., NY 1
Male 1
Birth:
22 Aug 1922 1
1922 2
New York 2
Male 1
Death:
09 Jul 1944 1
Field hospital in theatre of ops 1
Cause: Shrapnel wounds from an artillery shell 29 June 1944, at St. Lo, Normandy, France 1
Burial:
Burial Place: Tioga Point Cemetery, Athens, PA 1
Physical Description:
Height: 66 1
Weight/Build: 141 1
Hair Color: Brown 1
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Birth:
Father: Earl William Hoag 1
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World War II 1

Branch:
Army 1
Service Start Date:
01 Dec 1942 1
Service End Date:
09 Jul 1944 1
Enlistment Location:
Wilkes Barre, PA 1
Service Number:
33 456 700 1

World War II 2

Branch:
Army 2
Service Start Date:
01 Dec 1942 1
Service End Date:
09 Jul 1944 1
Enlistment Date:
01 Dec 1942 2
Service Number:
33456700 3
Army Branch:
Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA 2
Army Component:
Selectees (Enlisted Men) 2
Army Serial Number:
33456700 2
Enlistment Place:
Wilkes Barre Pennsylvania 2
Enlistment Term:
Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law 2
Source of Army Personnel:
Civil Life 2
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Occupation:
Locomotive firemen 2
Race or Ethnicity:
White 2
Source Information:
Box Number: 0662 2
Film Reel Number: 1.179 2

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World War II D-Day Landing

Omaha Beach, France

Co. B, 116TH Regiment,  landed at H +30 [H hour plus 30 minutes] on Omaha Beach at Dog Green.

The 116TH Regiment was attached to the 29TH Infantry Division, XIX Corps (MG Charles H. Corlett, Commanding), 1st Army, under Lieutenant General Omar Bradley.

Pvt. Hoag survived the landing but suffered shrapnel wounds from an artillery shell 29 June 1944, at St. Lo, Normandy, France. He died 9 Jul 1944.

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