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Kermit Cook

Prisoner of War Ribbon

Kermit Cook of Kentucky became a Prisoner of War during World War II.

Serving in the U.S. Army, Coast Artillery Corps, CAC: COAST ARTILLERY CORPS or AMP: ARMY MINE PLANT, Kermit was captured by JAPAN and was imprisoned at Hoten POW Camp (Mukden) Manchuria 42-123. Final information at the end of the conflict was Returned to Military Control, Liberated or Repatriated. Data shows Kermit was in 60 Region/Regiment Army Air Forces Southwest Pacific Theatre: Philippine Islands. Source. US National Archives.

Prisoner of War Medal

A Salute and Thank You for your service Kermit.

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