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Morris Irving Grayson
Branch: Army
Rank: Specialist (E-4)
War or Conflict: WWII
Years of Service: 3
Morris Irving Grayson proudly served in the 3rd Army, 276th Armored Artillery Battalion, Battery B. He trained in Kansas, Kentucky & Tennessee. He shipped out of Camp Shank in New York City and disembarked at Liverpool, England and then marched to Llanmartin, England where they shipped out to Utah Beach, Normandy. Landing August 25, 1944. They fought across France, Luxembourg, Germany and were in Czecho-slocakia when Germans surrendered. Morris' main job was driving a jeep taking messages from the field to headquarters, driving tanks to and from maintenance, going out in front of the battalion to find a place for them to camp and sometimes driving a half-track. He did drive Colonel Patton a couple of times. He said Patton was a lot smarter than most and was always watching what was happening around him.

After the war, Morris trained and worked as a machinist for Texas Instruments and Braniff Airways until he retired in 1985.

He did not talk much about his service until late in his life. He had a lot of tales to tell.

He won a bronze star for heroism.

He was a good kind hearted person that is sorely missed by his children.

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