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Alfalfa County, Oklahoma


James C. Tate
© Fighting Men of Oklahoma, Page 418
Submitted by: Jo Aguirre

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James C. TATE

Cherokee Municipal Cemetery


James C. Tate, 20834062, Pfc U S A, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Tate, Cherokee, Oklahoma, was born at Cherokee, July 31, 1924 and attended high school there. He was inducted into service at Oklahoma City, December 9, 1942, receiving basic training at Camp Kohler, California, radio operator training at Signal School, Davies, California, and antiaircraft gunnery (50 Cal) training in Ireland. Private Tate served with the 8th Air Force, 1st Bomb and 2nd Bomb, 1097 Signal Company and was in the European Theater of Operations 28 months. He received his discharge December 21, 1945.

Decorations: European African Middle Eastern Campaign Medal, Good Conduct Medal with Clasp, and the Victory Medal.

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