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Miller, Huston George (P2, C3, L28)

Huston George Miller Navy PicturePrivate Huston George Miller, Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, enlisted in the Kentucky National Guard on 16 November 1923 and served in Service Battery of the 138th Field Artillery until his enlistment was up in December 1929. During World War II, Miller served in the U. S. Navy from 15 October 1942 to 17 March 1945. Miller returned to the Kentucky Army National Guard enlisting on 29 Jul 1947 with Battery A of the 138th Field Artillery. Miller attended annual training with his unit beginning 3 August 1947. He was serving Kitchen Police (KP) duty in the mess hall and suffered a severe heat stroke on 6 August 1947 while working on a dish washing machine. He was transported to the Fort Knox hospital where he perished.

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