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Lloyd Coultas Navy

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Assigned: USS Oklahoma City (CL-91)
Highest Rank: Seaman 1st Class
Entered Service: 6/3/1944
Exited Service: 6/9/1946
Foreign Service Length: 2 Years, 4 Months, 8 Days
Location of Service: Pacific
Gender: male
Basic Training: U.S. Naval Training Center - Great Lakes, Illinois
Military Position: USS Oklahoma City Fifth Division
Place of Separation: USN PERS. SEP. CEN., Unit #3 Great Lakes, IL
From City: Winchester
From State: Illinois
Date of Birth: 02/1926
Date Deceased: 09/1982
My War Awards
  • Asiatic Pacific Campaign Medal - WWII
  • National Defense Service Medal
  • World War II Victory Medal