Five World War II vets get Bronze Star

August 1998
Jet;08/10/98, Vol. 94 Issue 11, p10
Reports that World War II veterans Vincent Malveaux, Andrew W. Nix Jr., Mate Montgomery, J.C. Wade, and Marteller Pollock were the recipients of Bronze Stars from General William W. Crouch, Army vice chief of staff in the Pentagon's Hall of Heroes. Ranks which these veterans held; Speculation of the reason these veterans were recognized after their white colleagues; Comments from Nix.


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