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Searching for Purple Heart awarded to PFC John M. Mulvey, US Army 299th Engineer Combat Battalion, June 6, 1944

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     I am trying to locate the Purple Heart awarded to my paternal uncle, PFC John M. "Jack" Mulvey, US Army 299th Engineer Combat Battalion, Company "C".  My uncle died on Omaha Beach on D-Day, 6 June 1944; he was only 19 years old. He is buried in the American Cemetery in Normandy, France. My uncle was not married and had no dependents. I am the only remaining living child of TSgt. Francis J. Mulvey, US Army Air Forces (1939-1945). My father was an Aerial Gunner and Flight Engineer Instructor. He was PFC John M. Mulvey's older brother. I would sincerely appreciate any help this Forum could provide to return my Uncle's Purple Heart to my family. Thank you for your time and attention to my inquiry.

Kind regards,

Diane Mulvey Shehata

East Amherst, New York 14051

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Thank you for your sacrifice PFC Mulvey .

good luck in your search .

i would also post this on medals section of the forum . Some guys just go to that and don’t go into the other posts .


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Thank you, so very much, scottplen, your your kind words for my Uncle and for your suggestion. I sincerely appreciate it!🙏❤️🇺🇸

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