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Jackson, PVT Arthur L. (24th Inf. Rgt., 25ID) (GO63, 18Aug50)

Jackson, PFC Arthur R. (3rd ID)

Jackson, PVT Billy R. (35th Inf. Rgt., 25ID) (GO100, 30Aug50)

Jackson, SFC Donald J. (3rd ID)

Jackson, George R. (USN)

Jackson, 2Lt. Kenneth F. (1CAV)

Headquarters, 1st Cavalry Division
General Orders No. 104 - 9 June 1951

Second Lieutenant Kenneth F. Jackson, 058159, Infantry, United States Army, company E, 5th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Cavalry Division, for heroism in action against the enemy on 15 August 1950 near Waegwan, Korea.  Lieutenant Jackson's platoon was covering the withdrawal of the other units of his battalion to more tenable positions when the enemy launched a strong attack.  During the bitter action that ensued, Lieutenant Jackson was wounded, but refused evacuation and continued to expose himself to the hostile fire in order to direct his men.  Only after the battalion reached new defensive positions did he give the order for his platoon to pull back.  He selflessly remained in the area until all of his men were out of the danger area, and then, although wounded, he carried an injured comrade to safety.  Lieutenant Jackson's heroism and leadership reflect great credit on himself and the military service.  Entered federal service from West Virginia.

Jackson, PFC Leonza B. (65th Inf., 3rd ID)

Jackson, PVT William (3rd ID)

Jacobs, "M" Ted Jr. (USNR)

Jacobs, Tyrell D. (USN)

Jakson, SGT John W. (3rd ID)

James, CPL R.D. Jr. (2ID)

Headquarters, 2nd Infantry Division
General Orders No. 83 - 30 October 1950

Corporal R.D. James Jr., RA14249763, Army Medical Service, United States Army, a member of Medical Company, 23d Infantry Regiment, 2d Infantry Division, distinguished himself by heroic achievement from 7 September to 11 September 1950 in the vicinity of Mosan-Ni, Korea, when he was an assistant driver of a litter jeep, assigned to duty with a Battalion Aid Station.  At this time the enemy was launching an all-out offensive along the Naktong River and the casualty rate was extremely high.  Disregarding the heavy enemy machine gun, mortar and artillery fire, Corporal James repeatedly risked his life as he assisted the jeep driver in evacuating the wounded from positions forward of the front lines.  On many occasions, his actions were of a purely voluntary nature and were far beyond those expected in the course of normal duty.  By his heroic performance during this critical period, Corporal James fully upheld the finest traditions of the military service.  Entered the military service from North Carolina.

James, CPL Ivan S.C. Jr.

Janes, PFC Howard W. (1CAV)

Headquarters, 1st Cavalry Division
General Orders No. 118 - July 1951

The Bronze Star with “V” Device is awarded to Private First Class Howard W. Janes, Infantry, U.S. Army, Company K, 5th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Cavalry Division, for heroism in action against the enemy on 22 February 1951 near Tokchon-ni, Korea. After completion of the attack on Hill 201, the company was subjected to severe and accurate enemy mortar and automatic small arms fire from the flank. Private Janes, in spite of the intense hostile fire, administered first aid to four wounded men and carried them to the comparative safety of a draw. This action necessitated negotiating very mountainous terrain and being constantly exposed to the enemy. When the company was ordered to withdraw, Private Janes voluntarily returned to the top of the hill and removed two 60mm mortars in order to prevent capture by the enemy. The actions of Private Janes resulted in saving the lives of four men and keeping two weapons from falling into hostile hands. Private Janes’ heroism reflects great credit on himself and the military service. Entered federal service from Iowa.

Jarrett, LTCOL Paul J. (65th Inf., 3rd ID) (2 awards)

Jaskilka, CAPT Samuel (USMC)

Headquarters, U.S. Army Korea
General Orders No. 423 - June 11, 1951

The President of the United States of America takes pleasure in presenting the Bronze Star Medal with Combat "V" (Army Award) to Captain Samuel Jaskilka (MCSN: 0-13973), United States Marine Corps, for heroism while serving as a member of the 5th Marines, 1st Provisional Marine Brigade, in action against the enemy during the period 17 August to 6 September 1950. Captain Jaskilka, while serving as Company Commander of Company D during the 1st and 2d battles of the Naktong River, demonstrated outstanding qualities of leadership, sound professional ability and tenacity of purpose. He courageously led his company in the assault on enemy held position and through his inspirational leadership, his company was able to decisively defeat the enemy on both occasions. His heroic actions and steadfast devotion to duty constantly inspired his company to greater efforts and contributed materially to the success achieved by his battalion. The personal bravery and aggressive leadership of Captain Jaskilka reflect great credit on himself and the United States Naval Service.

Jeffery, MSGT Robert B. (USMC)

Jenkins, PFC Harland D. (24th ID)

General Orders No. 51 - 22 July 1950
Headquarters 24th Infantry Division

Private First Class Harland D. Jenkins, RA 17247630, Medical Department, a member of Medical Company, 21st Infantry Regiment, 24th Infantry Division, is awarded the Bronze Star Medal for heroic achievement on 5 July 1950 near Osan, Korea against an armed enemy. Private First Class Jenkins was performing duty as a litter bearer when the 1st Battalion, 21st Infantry Regiment was ordered to withdraw. Private First Class Jenkins refused to leave the position without attempting to evacuate two wounded men. Even though he himself was not wounded he disregarded personal safety and while under machinegun, rifle and mortar fire from the enemy removed the wounded through rice paddies and over hills to safety. By refusing to leave his wounded comrades his action reflects the highest credit upon himself and the United States Army.

Jenkinson, LT Donald G. (3rd ID)

Jennings, CPL Bobby R. (3rd ID)

Jennings, CPL Jerry (25ID, Co. A, 35th Rgt.)

Jennings, CAPT John P. (65th Inf., 3rd ID)

Jensen, Gordon W. (posthumously) (7ID)

General Orders No. 91 - 25 November 1950
Headquarters 7th Infantry Division

Corporal Gordon W. Jensen, RA17259758, Infantry, United States Army, while serving with Company F, 17th Infantry Regiment, 7th Infantry Division, is awarded (posthumously) the Bronze Star Medal with V Device for heroic action near Kumgong-ni, Korea, on 29 September 1950. On this date, Corporal Jensen's platoon was engaged in attacking a high hill to the left of the battalion front across an area consisting of approximately four hundred yards of rice paddy, when it was pinned down by enemy fire. Without regard for his personal safety, Corporal Jensen, accompanied by five other members of the platoon, went forward in the face of intense automatic weapons fire and occupied the platoon objective on top of the hill, forcing the enemy to withdraw with many casualties. During this action, Corporal Jensen was mortally wounded. The heroic action displayed by Corporal Jensen on this occasion is in keeping with the highest traditions of the infantry and reflects great credit on himself and the military service. Entered the military service from Minnesota.

Jenson, MAJ Lloyd K. (2ID) (Oak-Leaf Cluster)

Headquarters, 2nd Infantry Division
General Orders No. 121 - 27 May 1951

Major Lloyd K. Jenson, 059788, Infantry, United States Army, a member of Headquarters, 2d Battalion, 23d Infantry Regiment, 2d Infantry Division, distinguished himself by heroic achievement on 28 November 1950 in the vicinity of Kunu-ri, Korea. On that date Major Jenson was in a forward observation post while his unit was engaged in fighting a delaying action against a numerically superior enemy force. When he observed a battalion sized enemy force moving into a position overlooking the route of withdrawal of an adjacent unit, he immediately called for an air strike and remained in the observation post to direct it. Despite the heavy enemy fire which was now falling in the area, Major Jenson advanced to the exposed crest of a hill in order to direct more effective fire upon the enemy. As a result of his heroic action, the air strike was successful in inflicting heavy casualties upon the enemy and in delaying their advance long enough for friendly forces to withdraw to more tenable positions. The heroism displayed by Major Jenson reflects great credit upon himself and the military service. Entered the military service from California.

Jerome, SGT Eli M. (2ID)

Headquarters, 2nd Infantry Division
General Orderrs No. 115 - 22 May 1951

The Bronze Star Medal with V Device is awarded to Sergeant Eli M. Jerome, RA37081642, Artillery, United States Artillery, a member of Headquarters Battery, 38th Field Artillery, 2d Infantry Division, who distinguished himself by heroic achievement from 8 to 10 March 1951 in the vicinity of Yangjimal, Korea. Sergeant Jerome had the mission to establish and maintain communications with an advancing regimental combat team supported by his battalion. For three days Sergeant Jerome operated over roads which were still mined and carried his lines over sniper infested terrain. Disregarding the hostile fire to which he was subjected, he maintained constant communications, which made it possible for his battalion to render constant artillery support to the infantry and made possible the seizure of the regimental objective. The heroism displayed by Sergeant Jerome reflects great credit upon himself and the military service. Entered the military service from Olga, North Dakota.

[KWE Note: Sergeant Jerome was born in 1916, served in World War II and Korea, and died in Texas in 1998.]

Jette, George O. (7th ID)

General Orders No. 90 - 24 November 1950
Headquarters 7th Division

Corporal George O. Jette, RA19350227, Infantry, United States Army, while assigned to Company F, 32nd Infantry Regiment, 7th Infantry Division, is awarded the Bronze Star Medal with V device for heroic action near Seoul, Korea, on 28 September 1950. On this date, Company F was assigned the mission of holding Hill 262, when their position was attacked by numerically superior enemy forces. Pinned down by intense automatic weapons fire, and with the right flank of his squad overrun by the attackers, Corporal Jette displayed daring leadership and courage by exposing himself to enemy grenades and rifle fire in order to keep his squad in position and prevent a wider penetration of the company perimeter. The heroism displayed by Corporal Jette on this occasion reflects great credit on himself and the military service. Entered the military service from Montana.

Jimenez, CAPT Jose L. (65th Inf., 3rd ID) (2 awards)

Jimenez, MSGT Rafael (65th Inf., 3rd ID)

Jimenez, 1LT Salvador Jr. (65th Inf., 3rd ID)

Jimenez-Cruz, SGT Valentin (65th Inf., 3rd ID)

Johns, CPL Daniel N. (25ID, Co. K, 35th Rgt.)

Johnsen, 1LT Raymond K. (24ID)

Headquarters, 24th Infantry Division
General Orders No. 71 - August 06, 1950

First Lieutenant Raymond K. Johnsen, O1698177, Infantry, United States Army, a member of Company B, 34th Infantry Regiment, 24th Infantry Division, is awarded the Bronze Star Medal for heroic achievement on 20 July 1950 near Taejon, Korea. Lieutenant Johnson was moving his company into position in the battalion sector when the battalion was suddenly attacked by a large enemy force. Lieutenant Johnsen on his own initiative, organized his company into a delaying force to cover the remainder of the battalion, which was forced to withdraw due to encirclement by the enemy. With disregard for his own personal safety, he exposed himself to heavy enemy small arms and automatic weapons fire to help his men get into position and encourage them to fire on the enemy. Due to his courage and devotion to duty, his company inflicted heavy casualties on the enemy and enabled the remainder of the battalion to withdraw to new positions with a minimum number of casualties. The act of heroic achievement displayed by Lieutenant Johnsen reflects great credit on himself and the military service. Entered the service from Chicago, Illinois.

Johnson, Billie L. (USN)

Johnson, 2LT Arthur A. Jr. (25(D)

Headquarters, 25th Infantry Division
General Orders No. 233 - 19 October 1950

Second Lieutenant Arthur A. Johnson Jr., 01685695, Signal Corps, 25th Signal Company, United States Army.  During the early critical phase of the Korean conflict, Lieutenant Johnson served with distinction as leader of the radio section of his company from 14 July to 1 October 1950.  By his technical knowledge, untiring devotion to duty, and ingenuity, he surmounted difficult obstacles confronting the radio teams.  Despite enemy small arms and mortar fire he personally supervised the operation of his widely dispersed teams.  Lieutenant Johnson's courageous performance of duty was a constant inspiration to his men and is in keeping with the highest traditions of the military service.  Entered the military service from Wisconsin.

Johnson, PFC Delton E. (2ID)

Headquarters, 2nd Infantry Division
General Orders No. 87 - 5 November 1950

Private First Class Delton E. Johnson, RA13285866, Artillery, United States Army, a member of Battery B, 82nd Antiaircraft Artillery Automatic Weapons Battalion (Self Propelled), 2d Infantry Division, distinguished himself by heroic achievement on 1 September 1950 near Changnyong, Korea.  On the night of this date he was a crew member of an antiaircraft firing vehicle, attached to an infantry battalion, which had been surrounded and was desperately defending its perimeter.  The enemy captured a hill overlooking the battalion positions, and from this vantage point, delivered devastating mortar and small arms fire into the battalion area.  During this action, orders were received to place fire on the enemy positions.  Disregarding the intense enemy fire, and his own personal safety, he remained in the firing vehicle, which was in an exposed position, and delivered such concentrated and accurate fire that the enemy was completely silenced, and 30 enemy soldiers were killed.  The hill was retaken a few minutes later by our infantry with practically no resistance.  The courage displayed by Private Johnson on this occasion reflects great credit upon himself and the military service.  Entered the military service from Pennsylvania.

Johnson, SGT Donald R. (65th Inf., 3rd ID)

Johnson, Frank E. Jr. (USN)

Johnson, SGT Guillory (25ID)

Headquarters, 25th Infantry Division
General Orders No 231 - 18 October 1950

Sergeant Guillory Johnson, RA18170677, Armor, Company A, 89th Medium Tank Battalion, United States Army.  As a member of a vehicle recovery crew during the period 2 August to 10 August 1950 Sergeant Johnson rendered outstanding service by recovering two unserviceable tanks in the face of intense enemy action during the most critical phase of the Korean conflict.  Moving aggressively into enemy territory, Sergeant Johnson ingeniously repaired a damaged tank despite intense small arms and mortar fire, clearing the way for a tank attack.  Later, another tank was removed from a collapsed bridge under equally dangerous circumstances.  Sergeant Johnson's courageous devotion to duty reflects great credit upon himself and the United States Army.  Entered into the military service from Louisiana.

Johnson, SGT Jerry D. (3rd ID)

Johnson, LTCOL Laurence A. (65th Inf., 3rd ID)

Johnson, SGT 1C Owen R. (1CAV)

Headquarters, 1st Cavalry Division
General Orders No. 104 - 9 June 1951

Sergeant First Class Owen R. Johnson (then Sergeant), RA15275335, Infantry, United States Army, Company F, 5th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Cavalry Division, for heroism in action against the enemy on 28 November 1950 near Samae-Ri, Korea.  The battalion was moving to a new area and had proceeded only a short distance when they encountered a strong enemy roadblock.  Each company was quickly dispatched to certain sectors of the surrounding terrain.  Sergeant Johnson, a squad leader, was leading his men to their assigned positions when they were suddenly pinned down by machine gun and small arms fire which inflicted several casualties.  Sergeant Johnson, with complete disregard for his personal safety, moved to an exposed position to draw the enemy fire away from his squad while they pulled back.  After this movement was successfully completed, Sergeant Johnson then evacuated his wounded men singlehandedly under heavy fire.  His heroic action reflects great credit on himself and the military service.  Entered federal service from Kentucky.

Johnson, CAPT Paul E. (65th Inf., 3rd ID)

Johnstone, PVT Donald W.

Jonas, Chaplain 1LT Henry F. (65th Inf., 3rd ID)

Jones, Charles (Army - 8th FAB) (1st Oak Leaf Cluster)

General Orders No. 288 - 3 November 1950
Headquarters, 25th Division

The First Bronze Oak Leaf Cluster to the Bronze Star Medal with V device is awarded to Second Lieutenant Charles Jones, 02212086, Artillery, Battery A, 8th Field Artillery Battalion, United States Army. On 21 August 1950 near Taegu, Korea, Second Lieutenant Jones' battery was subjected to intense counter-battery fire which inflicted numerous casualties among the gun crews. Moving from gun to gun despite the hail of enemy artillery on the position, Second Lieutenant Jones rendered emergency first aid to the wounded and moved them to places of safety, thus saving the lives of many of his comrades. Second Lieutenant Jones' courageous devotion to duty is in keeping with the highest traditions of the United States Army. Entered the military service from Iowa.

Jones, Charles E. (8th FAB, 25ID) (GO 67, 19Aug50)

Jones, Charles R. (USN)

Jones, SGT Earl D. (3rd ID)

Jones, Chaplain Glyn (USN)

Jones, Harold F. (USN)

Jones, 1LT Henry J. (25ID)

Headquarters, 25th Infantry Division
General Orders No. 240 - 22 October 1950

First Lieutenant Henry J. Jones, 01686589, Signal Corps, 25th Signal Company, United States Army.  During the period 14 July to 1 October 1950, Lieutenant Jones served with notable distinction as radio relay officer of his company in Korea.  His technical knowledge of high frequency radio communications greatly assisted his unit in surmounting many difficult obstacles arising from the tactical situation and adverse conditions of weather and terrain.  His judicious selection of positions for his six radio relay teams and his efficient supervision of their operation materially improved radio communications in his area.  Lieutenant Jones' initiative and devotion to duty reflect great credit upon himself and the United States Army.  Entered the military service from Florida.

Jones, M/SGT Howard L. (25ID, Hq, 25th Div)

Jones, CPL James L. (24ID)

Headquarters, 24th Infantry Division
General Orders No. 74 - 7 August 1950

Corporal James L. Jones, RA43047158, Infantry, United States Army, a member of Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 34th Infantry Regiment, 24th Infantry Division, Infantry, United States Army, is awarded the Bronze Star with Letter V for heroism against the enemy on 20 July 1950 at Taejon, Korea. Corporal Jones, then Private First Class, volunteered to join in three separate tank hunts. While a member of a bazooka team he shot and killed three enemy snipers that were harassing the bazooka team. His courage, aggressiveness and eagerness in seeking out and destroying the enemy contributed greatly to the success of the party. His devotion to duty and disregard for personal safety reflects great credit on himself and the military service. He entered the service from Hinnom, Virginia.

Jones, PVT John E. (3rd ID)

Jones, SFC John L.

Jones, SGT John W. (90th FAB, 25ID) (GO86, 27Aug50)

Jones, PFC Kenneth W. (25ID, Hq & Sv Co., 89th Med Tk Bn.)

Jones, SGT 1C Melvin L. (65th Inf., 3rd ID)

Jones, 1LT Nelson R. (25ID) (1st Oak Leaf Cluster)

Headquarters, 25th Infantry Division
General Orders No. 232 - 18 October 1950

First Lieutenant Nelson R. Jones, 0418330, Infantry, Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 27th Infantry, United States Army.  During the period 7 August to 15 September 1950, Lieutenant Jones served as Assistant Adjutant of the 27th Infantry in Korea.  Working tirelessly he compiled and maintained vital information and reports on administrative matters, frequently visiting command posts under heavy enemy fire to obtain the required information.  Heedless of the danger of imminent attack on numerous occasions, he continued to perform his duties calmly and efficiently, successfully accomplishing all tasks assigned to him.  Lieutenant Jones' military ability, physical stamina and devotion to duty reflect the highest credit on himself and the United States Army.  Entered the military service from Virginia.

Jones, CPL Robert C. (3rd ID)

Jones, Sgt. Robert L.

Sergeant Robert L. Jones of 410 Clifton Street, Camden, has been awarded the Bronze Star Medal with "V" Device for heroic achievement in action in Korea, 3rd Division Headquarters has announced.  The citation for the award read:

"On 29 November 1950 near Majon-ni, Korea, Sergeant Jones was a member of a convoy when attacked by enemy guerillas.  Sergeant Jones, gunner of his tank, exposed himself from the bow gunner's hatch to incessant enemy small arms and mortar fire in order to increase his observation while locating enemy targets and firing on them.  His intrepid action caused heavy losses to the enemy and contributed materially to the advance of the convoy.  His calmness and heroism under fire reflect great credit upon himself and the military service."

Jones, PFC Robert N. (8th Ranger)

Jones, SSGT Robert W.  (USMC)

The President of the United States of America takes pleasure in presenting the Bronze Star Medal with Combat "V" to Staff Sergeant Robert W. Jones (MCSN: 415428), United States Marine Corps Reserve, for heroic achievement in connection with operations against the enemy while serving with a Marine Rifle Company of the First Marine Division, in Korea, on 6 June 1951. Staff Sergeant Jones displayed outstanding skill, courage, and confidence in the performance of his duties as a platoon sergeant. During the attack against strong enemy positions in the vicinity of Yanggu, the platoon was brought under intense small arms and machine gun fire, pinning it down and killing the platoon leader. With complete disregard for his own safety, he took over and reorganized the platoon, and pressed the attack so vigorously that the position was overrun and many of the enemy killed. Staff Sergeant Jones' courageous leadership was an inspiration to all the men of the platoon, and was in keeping with the highest traditions of the United States Naval Service. (Staff Sergeant Jones is authorized to wear the Combat "V".)

Jones, PVT Roy B. (65th Inf., 3rd ID)

Jones, PFC Virgil Jr. (65th Inf., 3rd ID)

Jones, PFC Walter D. (2ID)

Headquarters, 2nd Infantry Division
General Orders No. 62 - 18 March 1951

The Bronze Star Medal with V Device is awarded to Private First Class Walter D. Jones, RAl9266927, Infantry, United States Army, a member of C0mpany H, 9th Infantry Regiment, 2d Infantry Division, distinguished himself by heroic achievement on 29 November 1950 in the vicinity of Kunu-ri, Korea. Private Jones was a member of a small group of men from his company who had been completely surrounded by the enemy. A defense perimeter was quickly organized and was held for four hours against determined and fanatical enemy attacks until reinforcements arrived. Throughout the engagement Private Jones displayed a
complete disregard for his personal safety. From an exposed and vulnerable position he calmly and courageously met every hostile assault with rifle and grenade fire, even though at times his position was in danger of being overrun by the numerically superior enemy. When the enemy was finally repulsed, the ground to the front of his position was littered with enemy dead. His aggressiveness and heroism materially aided in the sturdy defense of the perimeter and reflect great credit upon himself and the military service. Entered the military service from Montana.

Jordan, CPL David L. (25ID)

Headquarters, 25th Infantry Division
General Orders No. 231 - 18 October 1950

Corporal David L. Jordan, RA13286104, Military Police Corps, 25th Military Police Company, United States Army.  As a member of the traffic platoon of the Military Police from 11 July to 7 October 1950, Corporal Jordan rendered outstanding service during the early phases of the Korean conflict.  Corporal Jordan's efficient supervision of vehicular traffic and straggler personnel greatly facilitated the flow of critical supplies and equipment.  His alert attention to duty resulted in the apprehension of several enemy.  Corporal Jordan's tireless initiative, courage, and professional proficiency reflect great credit upon himself and the Military Police Corps.  Entered the military service from Pennsylvania.

Jordan, PFC Wesley A. (3rd ID)

Josey, PFC James E. (Army)

Headquarters, Department of the Army
General Orders No. 49 - 13 September 1957

Private First Class James E. Josey, Infantry, United States Army, distinguished himself by heroism in Korea, on 19 September 1952. As he was proceeding up the hill of "Old Baldy", Private Josey and his small group were pinned down by enemy mortar fire directed on the communication trench which they were using, preventing any advance or evacuation of wounded. Private Josey exposed himself to enemy mortar and small arms fire in order to retrieve an abandoned machinegun. Securing ammunition for the gun, Private Josey turned it on the enemy and succeeded in halting enemy fire so that the wounded could be evacuated. The heroism displayed by Private Josey reflects great credit on himself and the military service.

Jouett, CAPT John K. (65th Inf., 3rd ID)

Judd, 1LT James J. (25ID)

Headquarters 25th Infantry Division
General Orders No. 239 - 22 October 1950

First Lieutenant James J. Judd, 02014602, Quartermaster Corps, 25th Quartermaster Company, United States Army. As truck platoon leader of his company from 29 September to 8 October 1950 during the Korean conflict, Lieutenant Judd served with distinction. During the rapid advance of the leading elements of the Division it was necessary for all supplies to be sent forward from the railhead by motor transport, a distance of over 150 miles. By maintaining a maximum number of vehicles operating over this route despite the constant hazards of enemy action and mechanical failure, Lieutenant Judd materially assisted in accomplishing the supply mission of his unit. Lieutenant Judd's initiative and technical skill reflect great credit upon himself and his organization. Entered the military service from New York.

Juhola, SFC Veikko A. (3rd ID)

Juston, LT Joseph E. (3rd ID)

 

 

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