Pattison, Jack M.

Date of birth:
February 22nd, 1921 (Quenemo/Kansas, United States)
Nationality:
American (1776 - present, Republic)

Biography

Servicenumber 18 074 824.

Jack M. Pattison as born in Quenemo, Kansas on Februay 22nd, 1921.

He antered service on February 13th, 1942 at the Induction Station Lubbock in Texas. He left for Europe on April 30th, 1943 vertrok to arrive there on May 11th. Pattison was involved in operations at Sicily, Naples-Foggia, Rome-Arno, Southern France, Northern France, the Rhineland and Central Europe. He returned to the United States on September 28th, 1945 keerde.

Jack Pattison was honorably discharged on October 5th, 1945 at the Separation Center Camp Fennin, Texas.

Career:
?: 86th Fighter Bomber Group;
30th November 1943: 2nd Tactical Air Communications Squadron.

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Period:
Second World War (1939-1945)
Rank:
Sergeant
Unit:
2nd Tactical Air Communications Squadron (added to 7th Army)
Awarded on:
January 30th, 1945
Action:
Received for meritorious service from 29 September 1944 to 1 December 1944, in France.
Bronze Star  Medal (BSM)
Period:
Second World War (1939-1945)
Rank:
Sergeant
Unit:
2nd Tactical Air Communications Squadron
Awarded on:
January 29th, 1945
Action:
Received for having demonstrated fidelity, efficiency and exemplary behavior by faithful and exact performance of duty.
Good Conduct Medal - Army
Period:
Second World War (1939-1945)
Rank:
Sergeant
Unit:
2nd Air Support Control Squadron
Awarded on:
October 5th, 1945
Honorable Service Lapel Button / Honorable Discharge Emblem
Period:
Second World War (1939-1945)
Rank:
Sergeant
Unit:
2nd Tactical Air Communications Squadron
Awarded on:
1945
Action:
Received with a silver and two bronze campaign stars for campaigns in "SICILY", "NAPLES-FOGGIA", "ROME-ARNO", "SOUTHERN FRANCE", "NORTHERN FRANCE", "RHINELAND" and "CENTRAL EUROPE".
European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign Medal

Sources

  • Photo 1: D. Lynne Lockett
  • Photo: D. Lynne Lockett
  • - Special Order No.88, Headquarters XII Air Support Command, 30 November 1943
    - General Orders Headquarters 7th Army, APO 758, dated 30 January 1945
    - General Orders No.1, 2nd Tactical Air Communications Squadron, 29 January 1945
    - Enlisted Record and Report of Separation Honorable Discharge

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