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Nachazel, Milo John


Posted By: Von Mings Stachon (email)
Date: 5/8/2007 at 19:44:25

Nachazel, Milo John

Clutier, IA

Serial No: 37191589

Born: Jan 7, 1920

Parents: John and Mary Nachazel

Entered Army: Apr 21, 1942, Inf.

Training in US: Camp Roberts, CA; Camp Shelby, MS; Camp Blanding, FL; Camp Chaffee, AR

Left for Overseas: 1st time, Seattle, WA on Aug 26, 1942; arrived Umnak Island of the Aleutians, Sep 3, 1942. Second time, New York, Feb 5, 1945; arrived LeHavre, France on Feb 17, 1945. Assigned Co. H, 153rd Inf. Regt.; Co. A, 69th A.I.B., 16th ArmÕd Div.; Co. F, 60th Inf. 9th Div.

Sent to Front: May 6, 1945, with 16th ArmÕd Div.

Engagements: Aleutian Islands Campaign, Central Europe, Pilsen, Czecho-Slovakia.

Medals-Ribbons: Good Conduct, American Theater, EAME with 1 Bronze Star, Asiatic-Pacific with 1 Bronze Star, Combat Infantry Badge, 1 Service Stripe, 4 Overseas Service Bars

Returned to US: 1st time, Adak Island, Aleutians, Mar 23, 1944; Seattle, WA, Apr 2, 1944. 2nd time: Marseilles, France, Oct 7, 1945; Newport News, VA on Oct 18, 1945

Discharged: Camp Grant, IL, on Oct 25, 1945. Rating: Pfc

Months in Service: In US, 14-1/2; overseas, 27-1/2

Present Occupation: Farming

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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