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[courtesy of 2Honour&Remember]

Grave marker for Mark J. Bradley in Section 42, Site 332 of the Fort Logan National Cemetery, Denver (Denver county), Colorado.

Pvt Bradley's name first appears in 508th records when the Hq 2nd Morning Reports stated that he was attached to Hq 1st.

This undated Draft Registration card states that he had just been discharged at age 22 and was unemployed.  Given that age the record should date to 1944 and there is an apparent service break in his records between 11 November 1943 and 16 February 1945.

In 18 June 1945 Pvt Bradley re-enlisted at Pope Air Field, Fort Bragg, NC and was reunited with his unit. However on 19 August 1945 he was transferred to the 513th PIR.

His headstone indicates that he attained the rank of Sergeant First Class and fought in Korea and Vietnam

His military awards include the Bronze Service Arrowhead device awarded for participation in Normandy assault.  Based on his headstone he also received the Bronze Star Medal.

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