Pvt. Norman Vincent Fox

March 6,1922 - January 25,1999

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A quote from the Merrill's Marauders web page

During World War II an All Volunteer group of
young men came together in the jungles of Burma.
From different life styles and every part of the country
they came to fight the enemy, each for their own reasons.
During their campaigns they were apparently forgotten,
frequently lost, occasionally mutinous, and almost always
who served their Country as



Marauder Graphics on this page are Courtesy of John Passanisi
Web Master:


  Norman Fox, center bottom while serving in Burma with Merrill's Marauders
The back of the picture just says "taken on the other side in March to you Ronald"

For his service in World War II he was awarded the Combat Infantryman Badge,The Asiatic-Pacific theater medal w/3 bronze stars,The World War II Victory medal,The Good Conduct medal,The Distinguished Unit citation which was redesignated in 1966 as the PRESIDENTIAL UNIT CITATION, and the BRONZE STAR.



For more information on Merrill's Marauders Please visit one of the best web pages I have seen on the net to honor our World War II veteran' By Robert E. Passanisi,Historian for the Merrill's Marauders Association Web Page and his son John M. Passanisi the Web Master.


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