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WW2 Medal of Honor Lloyd McCarter info
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We're sure that Pvt. Lloyd McCarter of Takoma, Washington would have undoubtedly preferred to have been anywhere else but the island of Corregidor during the February of 1945, but there were no other legal options open to him at the time. This proved to be bad luck for some thirty Japanese soldiers who happened to have been in that same zip code.

     


Pvt. Lloyd McCarter on Corregidor (GI Joe Magazine, 1946)

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