Lloyd C. Hawks
Private First Class Lloyd Hawks served in the Army for Company G Medical Detachment, as a member of the 30th Infantry Regiment, and the 3rd Infantry Division. Hawks was awarded the Medal of Honor on January 15, 1945. Where on January 30, 1944 he demonstrated extreme courage and bravery when near Carano, Italy. As he succeeded in the aiding of two wounded soldiers and a fellow aid man. Surrounded by heavy gunfire Hawks crawled with enemy fire hailing all around him to his fellow soldiers. Where in the process of treating them became severely wounded himself as a sudden thrust of machinegun fire left him with a shattered right hip and a useless left forearm. Yet despite this obstacle he still managed to drag himself and the wounded men to safety.
January 30, 1944