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This page is dedicated to Charles E. Burt

 
 



 Charles Edward Burt hailed from Rockford, Illinois. Born in Brodhead, Wisconsin on July 27,1888, Charles entered the Army for his first hitch on July, 30,1906 and re-enlisted until 1920. He then spent 22 years working as a machinist in Illinois until the outbreak of WW-II when he again enlisted into the Army for his 2nd hitch on April 14, 1942. Master Sergeant Burt served in both WW-I and WW-II. He retired from the the 505 Parachute Infantry Regiment in 1963, after 36 years of Army service.

   

   

Master Sergeant Charles E. Burt retires. The article appeared in the Fort Lauderdale News on Saturday, January 12th 1963.

 
 

Master Sergeant Charles E. Burt retires. The article was printed in the Pottsville Republican on Saturday, January 12th 1963.


 

The Pensacola News Saturday, January 12th 1963.


 


Medical report, jump injury 1943 for Sergeant Charles Edward Burt.

Above document shown courtesy of Airborne in Normandy WW-II Research.


 


Charles entered the Army July, 30,1906. Discharged on July 9,1909 at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. See 4th name up from the bottom of left page and continue along the same line to the right page.


 


Charles re-enlisted on December, 8,1909. Discharged on November 19,1912 at Fort McDowell, California. See 7th name up from the bottom of left page and continue along the same line to the right page.


 Our thanks to both Ancestry and Newspapers.coms'



 

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