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Milo Lemert

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Milo Lemert (March 25, 1890 – September 29, 1918) was a soldier in the United States Army who received the Medal of Honor for his actions during World War I. Biography Lemert was born in Marshalltown, Iowa on March 25, 1890, and died September 29, 1918, Near Bellicourt, France. He was a member of First Christian Church in Crossville, Tennessee. His funeral service was conducted at the church before his burial in Crossville City Cemetery. Medal of Honor citation Rank and organization: First Sergeant, U.S. Army, Company G, 119th Infantry, 30th Division. Place and date: Near Bellicourt, France, 29 September 1918. Entered service at: Crossville, Tenn. Birth: Marshalltown, Iowa. G.O. No.: 59, W.D., 1919. Citation: Seeing that the left flank of his company was held up, he located the enemy machinegun emplacement, which had been causing heavy casualties. In the face of heavy fire he rushed it single-handed, killing the entire crew with grenades. Continuing along the enem
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