Boudreaux, Amos Jules, Cpl

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1952-1952, 0311, I Co, 3rd Bn, 1st Marine Regiment (3/1)
Service Years
1951 - 1952



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This Military Service Page was created/owned by Cpl Mike Boudreaux (Bozo) to remember Marine Cpl Amos Jules Boudreaux (A. J.).

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Casualty Info
Home Town
Church Point
Last Address
Church Point, La.

Casualty Date
Apr 15, 1952
Hostile, Died of Wounds
Multiple Fragmentation Wounds
Korea, North
Korean War
Location of Interment
Saint Bridget's Catholic Cemetery - Lawtell, Louisiana
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Korean War Fallen
  1952, Korean War Fallen

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 Unit Assignments
3rd Bn, 1st Marine Regiment  (3/1), 1st Marine Regiment
  1952-1952, 0311, I Co, 3rd Bn, 1st Marine Regiment (3/1)
 Combat and Non-Combat Operations
  1952-1952 Korean War
  1952-1952 Korean War/Korea, Summer-Fall 1952
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His unit in Korea was, I Co 3rd Bn 1st Marines
This is a tribute to my uncle Amos Jules (A.J.)Boudreaux. He was killed in action in Korea in 1952, shortly after arriving in country. He is the reason I became a Marine. I could never really tell people why I wanted to be a Marine, I just felt it was something I had to do. He was killed about a year and 6 months before I was born and my middle name is his first. I never got to meet him but heard all the stories and saw the pictures of him, especially the oil painting of him in his dress blues hanging in my parents' living room. So to me joining the Marine Corps was never a question of why but of when. I couldn't graduate high school soon enough and went to boot in San Diego. That day on the grinder when I had earned the right and was called "Marine" I finally met my uncle. Now my son wears the E.G.A. and has served a tour in Iraq with 1/23. If anyone served with or knew my uncle I would very much like to hear from you. Email -
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