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Staff Sergeant Norman Ray Byrn

[Unknown D.O.B.] – 17 November 1945

Personal History

Byrn was born in Conway, Arkansas to Mrs. Lola M. Byrn. He attended Arkansas State Teachers College from September 1941 to January 1942. Byrn later entered the Army Airways Communication System of the United States Army Air Corps and served in Indo-China as a staff sergeant.

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Byrn died in Peiping, China from injuries received in an accident between a jeep and motorcycle. He was buried in the American section of the Hungjao Cemetery in Shanghai, China.