CrossCross 29 FA4ID
PFC Sydney G. Dudgeon

KIA on D- Day
June 6, 1944
Utah Beach

PFC Sydney G. Dudgeon was a member of B Battery, 29th Field Artillery Battalion, 4th Infantry Division, and was killed in action during the June 6, 1944 Invasion of Normandy, when LCT 458 hit a mine and sank during the landing at Utah Beach.

He was among those 39 men which died in that sinking. A total of 50 men from the 29th FA were killed during World War II, mostly from B Battery, 29th Field Artillery, many of whom were never recovered.

PFC Dudgeon with unknown friends
Undated photo shows PFC Dudgeon in the lower right corner.

PFC Dudgeon

His Family Mourns His Loss

His Comrades Honor Him




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