A “Bit” of Looking Back – Lloyd Tiner Gets Discharge from Navy (September, 1945)


Lloyd Tiner Gets Discharge from Navy

From The Malakoff News
Friday, September, 28, 1945

Lloyd Tiner

 

Lloyd Tiner, S 1/c, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Lone Tiner, arrived in the city last week from Norfolk, Virginia, where he received his discharge after 35 months of service with the U. S. Navy.

Enlisting in the service in October 1942, Lloyd received his boot training in Dallas and was then sent to Hutchinson, Kansas.  After two years at Hutchinson, he was transferred to Norfolk for sea duty aboard a destroyer, the USS Walter X. Young, on which he served for several months in the Atlantic and the Caribbean Sea.

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