No, there is not.
One of the first women to receive The Bronze Star was 1Lt Cordelia
E. Cook, Army Nurse Corps, during WWII in Italy. Lt Cook was also
awarded The Purple Heart.
My father, John Francis Rice, passed away on 06/18/2005 at the age
of 87. In his papers we found his Army records which stated that he
had won six Bronze Stars. We knew he had been in WWII but he would
never talk about it and never told us about these medals he
received. I would love to be able to find out more and also found
out how the medals might be replaced since we have not yet found
them and have no idea where he might have hidden them.
Thanks in advance for any information you may be able to
Sincerely, Carol Vigil
Talk to the Va or the American Leigion that's how i found my grand
pas bronze stars and all hi medals.
There is no list of WW 2 Bronze Star recipients.
My grandpa, Sergeant Kenneth Hanson, has his star from WWII in his
room and showed me his citation. I don't recall the name of the
battle that he won it because of, but he was a doctor and the
battle was supposed to be pretty bloody and only him and another
doctor stepped up to volunteer and they both got bronze stars.
Fact: In 1947 it was decided by the Army that men who had been
awarded the CIB, Combat Infantrymans Badge, would be awarded the
Bronze Star. This action greatly increased the number of men
receiving the Bronze Star.
There is a partial list of recipients of the Bronze Star. Please
see the link below for a look at it.