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James M. Redman


Home of Record: Soledad Township (SCV)
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Service: Army of the United States
Rank: Staff Sergeant
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Incident Date: February 17, 1945
Casualty Date: February 17, 1945
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Location: Belgium
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Narrative: SSG James M. Redman of Soledad Township was killed in action during savage fighting in Belgium. His outfit was previously in the thick of operations on D-Day, June 1944, and his group received a citation for slashing a 50-yard gap through barbed wire, underwater obstacles and mines on the coast of Normandy when the big push started. SSG Redman had participated in battles in France and Holland.

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