This information is contributed by David Dunn
Private first class Moses Benjamin Dunn: Blue eyed, blond haired, 196 pounds, stood 6’-3” Joined the army on his birthday Oct. 3, 1942, left his home on the farm at Warsaw to Fort Bragg NC He was sent to Fort Rucker Alabama to the 81st Wildcat Infantry for his training. He joined the Rangers of the Wildcat Infantry and did special training in the Mountains of Tennessee and the Mohave Desert. He was then assigned duty with the 799th Military Police Co. of the 81st Wildcat Infantry. He then went from Pacific Island to Island with names he couldn’t pronounce. He fought at the Guadalcanal Co. 105 SD 45 Campaign as an automatic Rifleman. He was awarded the Asiaitc-Pacific Theater Ribbon with 1 Bronze Battle Star, American Campaign Medal and the World War II Victory Metal. He was discharged at Camp Butner N. C. 8 Feb. 1946.
Picture of Moses B Dunn as a Rookie
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