Bronze Star to Robert L Muckle

#1
Hi Guys, thanks for looking.........


I recently picked up a Bronze Star named to Robert L Muckle, it looks to be old maybe WW2 or Korea. Can anyone suggest I way that I might be able to confirm where and for what he was awarded it?


I have a picture but the site won`t let me post it for some reason?
 
#2
Ive tried googleing him but have had no joy, sorry.
 

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#5
According to www.cwgc.org, nobody of that name has ever been buried by them:
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#8
I`ve manged to find out this info.........

Robert L. Muckel (Army serial number: 33876554) enlisted on 7 Aug 1944. He was born in 1926 and was from Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.
 
#9
Sorry, I didn`t think about that. Yes its a US Bronze Star. Looks old, which would fit in with the WW2 theory, the above info confirms its WW2. I have another which is also named, from WW2. But there seems to be no hard and fast rules as to whether they come named or not. I believe its got something to do, with whether they were issued in the field or not.
 
#10
Hi Guys, no I drawn a blank as any additional info in realtion to this soldier. A shame really, it seems that he`s just faded into history.
 

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