The Jewish National Welfare Board recorded the fact that Aaron had
been wounded in action
(courtesy of T. D. Miller)
Grave marker for Aaron B. Zweig in Section V Site 3167 of
the Golden Gate National Cemetery, San Bruno (San Mateo), California.
Cpl Zweig was wounded in
action on 24 December 1944 in Belgium and was evacuated to a field
hospital. He did not return to the regiment.
His military decorations
include the Purple Heart, Bronze Star Medal and Bronze Service Arrowhead
device awarded for the Holland campaign and Airborne operations.