Army Sergeant Paul Jerome Denning
Served with 28th Division 112th Infantry American Expeditionary Force in World War I
Enlisted August 5, 1917 and Honorably Discharged on May 8, 1919
Enlisted in Co. C 16th Pennsylvania Infantry National Guard in Bradford, PA. and was later trasferred to Company B in Oil City, PA. Had basic training in Augusta, GA. Later was attached to battalion headquarters of the 112th Infantry and was promoted to sergeant of scouts. Known as the "Keystone Division", the 28th and Sgt Denning participated in the following engagements during World War I.
5th German Offensive, July 14th - July 27, 1918
Advance on Oureq and Vesle, July 28 - September 7, 1918
Chateau Thurry and Marne Valley
Meuse-Argonne Offensive, September 26th - October 7, 1918
Thiaucourt Sector, October 15th - November 11, 1918
The division suffered 2,531 battle deaths, 13,746 wounded and 726 captured by the enemy.
Awards and Citations
Distinguished Service Cross
3 Bravery citations
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