PRIVATE FIRST CLASS GENE L. ARMSTRONG, Sr., Infantry 8th Armored Division, United States Army, for extraordinary heroism in connection with military operations against an armed enemy, as a rifleman, 58th […]
No citation currently on file. Admiral Armstrong was a LIFE MEMBER and resided in Maryland.
Colonel EDGAR L. ARNOLD received his Distinguished Service Cross while a member of the Second Ranger Battalion in World War II. Colonel Arnold resides in Illinois.
ADMIRAL (then Commander) JACKSON DOMINICK ARNOLD, for extraordinary heroism as Group Commander and Flight Leader in Fighter-Bombing Squadron TWO, attached to the U.S.S. HORNET, during action against enemy Japanese forces […]
Master Sergeant Arooth, was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross for extraordinary heroism while participating in a bombing mission over Germany on July 30, 1943. As tail gunner, he shot down […]
FREDERICK L. ARSENAULT, was awarded the Navy Cross for extraordinary heroism and distinguished service in action while attached to the USS Brant as a member of a demolition party during […]
PRIVATE FIRST CLASS EARL D. ASHLEY’s conduct for extraordinary heroism in connection with military operations against an armed enemy during the engagement near Midway Island, June 4, 1942 was awarded […]
Editor’s Note: Although the locations are blanked out on the copy of the citation from the National Personnel Records Center (printed below), the action took place on a mission from […]
PAUL G. ATKINSON, JR. received his Distinguished Service Cross on 23 January 1945 while serving as pilot of an A-26. Just prior to starting a bomb run, his aircraft was […]
VICE ADMIRAL EVAN PETER AURAND (then Lieutenant, J.G.) for distinguished service in the line of his profession as a pilot of Scouting Squadron TWO, when, on March 10, 1942, in […]