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Alfalfa County, Oklahoma

Walter Nelson Johnson, Jr.
© Fighting Men of Oklahoma, Volume 2, Page 420
Submitted by: Jo Aguirre

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Walter N. Jr. JOHNSON

Cherokee Municipal Cemetery

Walter Nelson Johnson, Jr., 38407678, Sgt. U S A, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Johnson of Cherokee, Oklahoma, was born January 29, 1925, at Cherokee and attended Cherokee high school. He was inducted into the service at Oklahoma City, July 29, 1943, and received infantry training at Camp Roberts, California. Sgt. Johnson served 14 months overseas in the European Theater of War with the 71st and 9th Division, 24th Engineering Battalion, and 4th Armored Division, participating in the battles of the Rhineland and Central Germany. He was stationed in Germany for a while with Headquarters Company, 3rd Battalion, 47th Infantry, and received his discharge April 27, 1946.

Decorations: European Theater Campaign Metal with two Stars, Victory Medal, American Defense Metal, Good Conduct Medal, Combat Infantryman Badge.

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