Bartkiewicz, Stanley Francis, Sgt

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Last Rank
Last Primary MOS
345-Truck Driver, Light or Chaffeur
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1944-1945, 345, H&S Co, 1st Bn, 28th Marine Regiment (1/28)
Service Years
1942 - 1945



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Casualty Info
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Last Address

Casualty Date
Mar 02, 1945
Hostile, Died
Unknown, Not Reported
World War II
Location of Interment
Calvary Cemetery - Cleveland, Ohio
Wall/Plot Coordinates
Section 110 Soldier`s Plot

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World War II FallenWW II Memorial National Registry
  1945, World War II Fallen
  2016, WW II Memorial National Registry

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USMC Basic Qualification Badge

 Unit Assignments
4th Marine DivisionUSMC (United States Marine Corps)4th Raider Bn2nd Bn, 27th Marine Regiment (2/27), 27th Marine Regiment
28th Marine Regiment
  1943-1943, 4th Marine Division
  1943-1943, Infantry Training Center Camp Elliott, San Diego, CA
  1943-1944, 4th Raider Bn
  1944-1944, H&S Co, 2nd Bn, 27th Marine Regiment (2/27)
  1944-1945, 345, H&S Co, 1st Bn, 28th Marine Regiment (1/28)
 Combat and Non-Combat Operations
  1943-1943 Northern Solomon Islands Campaign (1943-44)/New Georgia Group Operation
  1945-1945 Western Pacific Campaign (1944-45)/Battle of Iwo Jima
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Last Known Activity
His unit was;
HQ Co 1st Bn 28th Marines
Citation: For conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity in action against the enemy while serving with a Marine battalion at IWO JIMA, VOLCANO ISLANDS, on 19 February, 1945. Sergeant Bartkiewicz, voluntarily and without orders, repeatedly loaded and drove a cargo carrier through heavy enemy artillery, mortar, and machine gun fire in order to supply his battalion. During the critical period on this date, his was the only supply vehicle to cross the island. His great courage and splendid initiative contributed materially to the success of his battalion. His valiant devotion to duty and indomitable fighting spirit were in keeping with the highest traditions of the United States Naval Service.
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