Great War Helmet, 1914-1918.

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Naval Discharge



United States Naval Discharge

Filed      Feb. 17, 1923 at 1:00 o'clock P. M.

Clara L. Curtis Otis           Recorder.

Reference No.  #149521 Fee:     None





THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT-   George Harry Meyer a Seaman 2nd c  Prov 145-63-10, this date been discharged from U.S.S. Ninth Naval District and the  U. S. Naval Reserve Force, Class 4 by reason of  Honorably Discharged from the  U. S. Naval Reserve Force, 30 September 1921, in accordance with ALNAV 67. Is recommended for reenrollment. Rating best qualified to fill S 2nd c.


Dated this 30th day of September, 1921, at Great Lakes, Ill.

    E. F. Bilson, Lieutenant, U.S.N.R.F.

By direction

Chacter of discharge: Honorable  



Name: George Harry Meyer Rate:  S 2nd c Enrolled: May 24th, 1918
at  Des Moines   for   4 years Previous naval service:   years; Previous Naval Reserve Service:


Served apprenticeship Gun Captain certificate:
Certificate graduation P. O. School: Seaman Gunner: Trade:
Obedience: 4 Rating held during enrollment:   S 2nd c
Proficiency: 3 Sobriety: 4  
Average standing for term of enrollment: 3/7  



(To be made after careful examination at date of discharge)

Where born: Elkader, Iowa Date: Nov. 26,  1892 Age: 29 years  7 months
Height: 5 feet, 6 inches Weight:   128 lbs. Eyes: d blu     Hair: d bro
Complexion: rud      
Personal characteristics, marks, etc.: ant 3 rm 1 cheek rm nck rs 1 r foot
Percentage of time on sick list during enrollment, 3/563
Is physically qualified for reenlistment.
Not present for Examination
  R. V. Scones, U.S.N.

(Signature Medical Officer.)



~ source: Clayton County, Iowa Discharges. LDS microfilm #1516914 Item #6

~transcribed by Constance Diamond