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Daniel John Gully

Daniel John Gully

 Legion of MeritPurple Heart

Rank/Rate Yeoman, First Class
Service Number 624 00 91
Birth Date September 9, 1917
From Fayetteville, Texas
Decorations Legion of Merit, Purple Heart
Submarine USS Harder (SS-257)
Loss Date August 24, 1944
Location Off Caiman Point near Bataan, PI
Circumstances Probably sunk by depth charge attack
Remarks Legion of Merit Award Synopsis: Yeoman First Class Daniel J. Gully (NSN: 6240091), United States Navy, was awarded the Legion of Merit (Posthumously) for exceptionally meritorious conduct in the performance of outstanding services to the Government of the United States as Radio Operator aboard the submarine U.S.S. HARDER (SS-257) during war patrols in enemy controlled waters during World War II.

Synopsis courtesy of The Hall of Valor Project.


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