|courtesy of Skip Farrow|
Vincent was living at 6 Purdy Street in Harrison, New York (in Westchester County) when he was drafted in April 1943. Sent to Camp McClellan, Alabama he chose to apply for naturalization in October 1943. At the time he was assigned to C Company 24th Battalion 7th Regiment Infantry Replacement Training Center. From there he was sent to England and assigned to E Company 116th Infantry. He trained with the unit for the amphibious assault that was to be part of the invasion of occupied France. He took part in that effort with E Company on 6 Jun 1944 and was wounded. Evacuated to England, he died of his wound(s).
PVT Mastrorilli rests forever in the Cambridge American Cemetery in Coton, England.