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 Beavers Men in World War II

Source: "The Fighting Men of Texas, A History of the Second World War", 1948, Historical Publishing Company, Dallas


7. Captain Oscar M. Beavers, Jr.

Son of Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Beavers, Florence, Texas, attended S. W. University, and entered the Army Feb. 10, 1941, at Fort Sam Houston. Trained at Ontario, Calif., Lowery Field, Colo., and Luke Field, Arizona. He served four years with Western Flying Training Command and 4th Air Force in capacity of Armament and Ordnance Officer; served at Guam, Marianas Air Force Ammunition Controller. He was released from service Feb. 14, 1946.

8. Corporal E. Y. Beavers

son of Mr. and Mrs. O.M. Beavers, Sr., Florence, Texas, and husband of Mrs. E.Y. Beavers, attended Florence High School. Entered the Army on Dec. 7, 1943, assigned to Engineers Division. Trained at Maryland for basic and technical training, Camp Beale, Calif., and Fort Lewis, Washington; transferred overseas June 25, 1945; served in Marines, Marshalls, Okinawa and Korea. Corporal E. Y. Beavers was honorably discharged Feb. 14, 1946.


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