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Honoring Their Sacrifice

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Maddox, Kenneth G. (P2, C3, L18)

MADDOX_KENNETH_GFirst Lieutenant Kenneth G. Maddox of Jefferson County, Kentucky, joined the 38th Division's 138th Field Artillery in 1941. He was later assigned to the 28th Division. Following the Normandy invasion, his unit went to the front lines in France in 1944. By October, Maddox was in Germany. Employed on daily missions in the fall and winter campaigns, Maddox's troops moved to Luxembourg in November. Maddox was fatally wounded while commanding an antitank crew defending Clervaux, Luxembourg, 18 December 1944, during the Battle of the Bulge. He died Christmas Day in a German field hospital.

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