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U.S. Navy bio of Jimmy Lee Dykes

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The following is biographical data on Jimmy Lee Dykes provided by the U. S. Navy:

 

Name: Jimmy Lee Dykes

Age: 65

Home of Record: Midland City, AL

Date Enlisted: October 8, 1964

Date Discharged: January 10, 1969

Rank/Rating: Aviation Maintenance AdministrationmanThird Class – AZ3

Date of Rank: October 16, 1967

DutyStation:

  • Naval StationTreasure Island, CA  10Jan69
  • FleetReconnaissance Squadron (VQ) 1, Atsugi, Japan              

Awards andDecorations

  • Navy UnitCommendation
  • Meritorious UnitCommendation
  • Good Conduct Medal
  • National Defense ServiceMedal
  • Vietnam ServiceMedal
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