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( 1910 – 1994 )

B: Mississippi  D: Tennessee

Husband of Christine (Barlar) Redus

Son-in-law of James Monroe "Jim" Barlow (Barlar)

Herndon Dwight "Jimmy" Redus is listed in the
WW II Memorial Registry honorees.


- Place of Burial -

Forest Hill Cemetery - Memphis, Tennessee


WW II National Memorial - Washington, D.C.
- Pacific Pavilion -

Military Service Of

Herndon Dwight "Jimmy" Redus

 WW II - U.S. Army •

Enlistment: Mar 18, 1941 - CP Shelby, Mississippi

Served in South Pacific – Solomon Islands



The campaign in the Solomon's carried out the first
two steps of a three stage campaign planned for
Rabaul. The move northwest from Guadalcanal up
the Solomon Island chain toward Rabaul was named
Operation Cartwheel, the strategic responsibility of
the Army and General Douglas MacArthur.  Naval forces
were under the general supervision of Admiral Chester
W. Nimitz, whose vast Pacific Ocean Areas command
included the North, Central, and South Pa­cific Areas as
sub-theaters. After November 1942, the South Pacific
Area sub-theater was under Admiral William F. Halsey. Southwest Pacific forces were under General MacArthur. 

Map of the Solomon Islands showing the Allied advance during 1943 and key air and naval bases.