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Harrison, George Robert

HARRISON

Posted By: Von Mings Stachon (email)
Date: 5/8/2007 at 11:58:37

Harrison, George Robert

Traer, IA

Serial No: 37040886

Born: Apr 29, 1919

Parents: Clarence and Mae Harrison

Entered Army: Mar 11, 1941, Field Artillery

Training in US: Fort Sill, OK; Camp Shelby, MS

Left for Overseas: Camp Shanks, NY on Aug 11, 1944; arrived Southampton, England on Aug 24, 1944

Overseas Training: Assigned to 9th Army nondivisional Btry. A-754, F.A.

Sent to Front: Sep 15, 1944

Engagements: Rhineland, Central Europe

Medals, Ribbons: American Service, Victory, Good Conduct, American Theater, European-African-Middle Eastern Theater with 2 Bronze Battle Stars, 2 Overseas Service Bars and 1 Service Stripe

Returned to US: LeHavre, France on Nov 27, 1945 into Boston, MA on Dec 3, 1945

Discharged: Fort Sheridan, IL on Dec 8, 1945; rating: T/4

Months in Service: In US, 41; overseas, 15 mos, 23 days

Present Occupation: Mason attendant

Veteran data included here was generously provided by the American Legion Kubik-Finch Post #142, Traer, IA; data gathered by the Legion about 1949.)


 

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