Original U.S. WWII 108th Infantry Regiment Named Combat Medic and Dental Officer Grouping
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Original Items: One-of-a-kind. Captain Lawrence Leeds, ASN 0525997 served on the U.S. Army from July 8th, 1943 to March 22nd 1946. He was a trained Dental Surgeon that was awarded two Bronze Star Medal with Oak Leaf Cluster. He served in the 40th Infantry Division 108th Infantry Regiment, then later in the 6th Infantry Division, 20th Infantry Regiment. He also earned his Combat Medic badge for service in the field during the push towards Manilla during the brutal battles for possession of Fort Stotsenburg, Clark Field, Top of the World, Hill 7, and Sacobia Ridge.
Included in this incredible comprehensive grouping are the following times:
– A uniform four pocket service cost with Sterling Silver Combat Medic Badge, Medal bar with the following awards: Bronze Star with Oak Leaf Cluster, Purple Heart, WWII Victory Medal, American Campaign, Asiatic-Pacific Theater Medal with Invasion Arrowhead and three battle stars, Philippine Liberation Medal with two stars (one missing).6th Infantry Division insignia patch to left shoulder, medical lapel pins, Captains bars, Infantry crossed rifle enamel pins.
– Officer Visor Cap.
– Original 8 x10 photo of Captain Leeds wearing this exact service coat and visor cap!
– Officer overseas garrison side cap with captains bars.
– Army issue cotton khaki shirt.