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Pvt Carl E. Hyde US Army WWII MIA HOTH Mission West

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Pvt. Carl E. Hyde
U.S. Army WWII MIA
Monday, November 11th, 2019
Ulysses PA, 16948

The Patriot Guard Riders of Pennsylvania have been asked to escort his sister Elaine Flewellyn, the last of 7 siblings, and to stand in honor of Carl’s sacrifice on Monday November 11th, as she is presented with the Medals Carl earned during his service including the Purple Heart and several Campaign Medals during a special presentation ceremony held at the Carl E. Hyde American Legion Post 963 which proudly bears his name. This December marks 78 years that Carl has been MIA. Pvt. Carl E. Hyde served in the US Army during the beginning days of WWII where he was attached to Signal Air Warning company under Gen Douglas MacArthur. On Dec 8th1941 one day after the attack on Pearl Harbor. Carl and some other soldiers took weapons and ammunition into the jungle to try to slow the Japanese advancement. He was never seen nor heard from again. We will meet at the Olney Funeral home and await the arrival of Elaine Flewellyn with his flag and medals and then escort her to American Legion Post 963 where we will stand in silent recognition as honors are shown to Pvt Carl E. Hyde and to the remaining family members for their sacrifice to this great nation. Pvt Carl E. Hyde is a true American Patriot that has given all he had to give to this great nation. Now it’s our turn to stand and honor him for his ultimate sacrifice.

Date:         November 11th, 2019
Staging:   1200 Hrs.
Briefing:  
1215 Hrs.
Escort:      Upon Arrival
Olney Funeral Home
Ulysses Pa. 16948

Map:     https://goo.gl/maps/51bsKANdDseqLtjh8

Honor Ceremony: 0100 Hrs.
Carl E. Hyde American Legion Post 963
963 State Rt. 49 Ulysses PA 16948
Map:  https://goo.gl/maps/QgQnimrJpbg9hmSW7

 

 

RCIC:     Jeremy Barnard
Email:    [email protected]


Mission Information:
Aaron Zeff

Assistant State Captain – West

Pennsylvania Patriot Guard Riders

724-587-5626

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