Donald Dufault

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Donald Dufault (78) was born in Winchendon, Massachusetts. He was a grocery clerk and a meat cutter before enlisting on October 1, 1952 in Fitchburg, MA. His military service carried out until his discharge on October 20, 1955. During his service period, he went to the Port of Incheon and was stationed at the 38th parallel from April 1953 to August, 1954. He served in the 7th infantry, 32nd regiment, and his military unit was Co. C. He was a PFC upon entering and was later promoted to SGT before his discharge. He was in charge of communications, and participated in Pork Chop hill. He received the Korean Service medal, Good Conduct medal, and the Combat Infantry Badge for his commitments. After returning to the United States, he was assigned to Fort Sill, working in field artillery communications. After being discharged, he returned to the grocery store, then entered the funeral service. His hobbies include family activities and motorcycle riding.


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