Basic Information
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Place/death [[|]], [[|]], [[]]
Buried at
Alma mater
Military Info
Allegiance 40px United States of America
Branch 40px United States Army

Service #

In-depth Career SummaryEdit

Insignia Name Lapel Rank Location Begin Date End Date
Military Career
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[[File: ADCOM, 7th Armored Division [[|]] 27 May 1945 20 Jun 1945
[[File: CG, 4th Armored Division [[|]] 20 Jun 1945 00 Aug 1945
[[File: CG, Base Section 2 Manila 00 Aug 1945 00 Sep 1945
[[File: Plans Section, Army Ground Forces [[|]] 00 Sep 1945
[[File: G-3, Army Ground Forces [[|]] 00 Feb 1948
United States Constabulary CG, 2nd Constabulary Brigade
Commandant, Constabulary NCO Academy
Germany Jun 1949 Feb 1951
1st Armored Division 1st Armored Division CG Fort Hood, Texas 10 Mar 1951 02 Apr 1953
I US Corps I Corps CG [[|]] 10 Apr, 1953 13 Oct, 1953
US X Corps X Corps CG Fort Lawton, Washington
23 Jun 1953 1954
Eighth Army DCG Korea 1954 1954
USArmy Pacific United States Army Pacific CG Fort Shafter, Hawaii 15 Dec, 1954 1956
Seventh Army (United States) Seventh United States Army CG Heidelberg, Germany 1956 1958
Army Ground Forces United States Continental Army Command CG Fort Monroe, Virginia 1 Aug, 1958 30 Sept, 1960
US Army Europe United States Army Europe CG Heidelberg, Germany 20 Oct, 1960 30 Apr, 1962
Civilian Career

Dates of RankEdit

Awards and DecorationsEdit

Personal Decorations
Distinguished Service Cross Distinguished Service Cross
Army Distinguished Service Medal (1 Oakleaf) Distinguished Service Medal (one oak leaf cluster)
Silver Star (2OLC) Silver Star Medal (two oak leaf clusters)
Legion of Merit Legion of Merit
Bronze Star Medal (2OLC & V) Bronze Star Medal (valor device; two oak leaf clusters)
Air Medal Air Medal
Army Commendation Medal Commendation Medal
Unit Awards
Presidential Unit Citation Presidential Unit Citation
Service/Campaign Medals
World War I Victory Medal World War I Victory Medal
American Defense Service Medal (Foreign Service Star) American Defense Service Medal ("Foreign Service" clasp)
American Campaign Medal American Campaign Medal
European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign Medal (4 stars) European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign Medal (four service stars)
Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal
World War II Victory Medal World War II Victory Medal
Army of Occupation Medal Army of Occupation Medal (West Berlin clasp)
National Defense Service Medal National Defense Service Medal
Korean Service Medal (2 SS) Korean Service Medal (two service stars)
Foreign Personal Decorations
Order of the Crown, Grand Officer (Belgium) Order of the Crown of Belgium, Grand Officer (Kingdom of Belgium)
Cross of War 1940-1945 (palm) Cross of War with palm (Kingdom of Belgium)
Order of the Bath Order of the Bath, Honorary Companion (United Kingdom)
Legion of Honour (Commander) National Order of the Legion of Honor, Commander (French Republic)
Croix de Guerre 1939-1945, palm Cross of War with palm (French Republic)
Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany (Grand Officer's Cross) Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany
Order of Military Merit Teaguk Order of Military Merit "Taeguk" (Republic of Korea)
KOREAN Order of Cultural Merit (I Class) Order of Cultural Merit, I Class (Republic of Korea)
Foreign Unit Awards
Cross of War 1940-1945 Belgian Fourragère (2 citations) Cross of War Fourragère (Kingdom of Belgium)
Cross of War 1939-1945 Fourragère (2 citations) Cross of War Fourragère (French Republic)
Republic of Korea Presidential Unit Citation Presidential Unit Citation (Republic of Korea)
Non-United States Service Awards
United Nations Korea Medal United Nations Korea Medal
Foreign Service Awards
Burma Star Burma Star (United Kingdom)
Philippine Liberation Medal Philippine Liberation Medal (Republic of the Philippines)
Philippine Independence Medal Philippine Independence Medal (Republic of the Philippines)
State/National Guard Decorations
NEW YORK Conspicuous Service Medal Conspicuous Service Medal (New York)
NEW YORK Conspicuous Service Cross Conspicuous Service Cross (New York)
Identification Badges
I US Corps I United States corps
Shoulder Sleeve Insignia -
Former Wartime Service patch
(worn from 1953 - 1962)
Other Accoutrements
Overseas Service Bar (WWII)
Overseas Service Bar (WWII)
Overseas Service Bar (WWII)
Overseas Service Bar (WWII)
Overseas Service Bar (WWII)
Overseas Service Bar (WWII)
Six Overseas Service Bar

Order of Military Merit "Taeguk" presented by President Syngman Rhee, 4 May 1954.


  • World War I
  • World War II





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