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George H. Mallon

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George H. Mallon (June 15, 1877 – August 2, 1934) was an officer in the United States Army who received the Medal of Honor for his actions during World War I. Biography Mallon was born in Ogden, Kansas on June 15, 1877. He was commissioned as a captain in August 1917, and honorably discharged in June 1919. Mallon died August 2, 1934, and is buried at Fort Snelling National Cemetery in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Awards *Medal of Honor *Purple Heart *Philippine Campaign Medal *World War I *Army of Occupation of Germany Medal *Legion of Honor (France) *Croix de Guerre with palm (France) Medal of Honor citation Rank and organization: Captain, U.S. Army, 132d Infantry, 33d Division. Place and date: In the Bois-de-Forges, France, 26 September 1918. Entered service at: Minneapolis, Minn. Born: 15 June 1877 Ogden, Kans. G.O. No.: 16, W.D., 1919. Citation: Becoming separated from the balance of his company because of a fog, Capt. Mallon, with 9 soldiers, push
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