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Draft card, death certificate and grave markers for Amos W. Cagle.  [Note the spelling discrepancies of Winfield versus Windfield on the documents. versus the large grave marker.]

Amos enlisted in the Army at Camp Croft, SC on 13 October 1943.

Pvt Cagle was transferred from the 11th Replacement Depot to Co G, 508th PIR on 10 August 1944.  He made the jump intro Holland on 17 September 1944 and was listed as missing in action as of 20 September.  His status was changed, however, to reflect that he had been wounded in action on 27 September and hospitalized.

On 28 November 1944 he returned to duty with Service Company for additional rest and then returned to duty with Company G.

Pvt Cagle was again wounded in action on 27 December 1944.  He returned to duty with Company G on 4 January 1945.

Pvt Cagle's military decorations include the Purple Heart with one Oak Leaf Cluster and the Bronze Service Arrowhead device for the Holland campaign and Airborne operations.

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