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Patrolman Joseph F Myers shield #4300 was one of 24 NYPD policemen to die in military service during World War 2. At it's peak, there were 1100 members of the NYPD serving in the military during the war.
Appointed to the NYPD on September 28, 1938, Myers received his fathers shield #4300. Joseph F Myers Sr was appointed to the NYPD on January 3, 1910, and retired out of the 17th District (Traffic) on March 11, 1938.
The younger Joseph F Myers served in the 25th Precinct until he joined the US Army on March 20, 1941.
Meyers served as a PFC with the 100th Military Police Platoon, 100th Infantry Division in Europe. He was was killed action at Heilbroon Germany on April 9, 1944 and was posthumously awarded the Silver Star.
In 1946, Myers brother Gerard was appointed to the NYPD, and was issued the shield that his father and brother wore.
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