General Orders of the 7th Armored Division 1944 August-October 1944 (go #34-70)




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A. J. ADAMS

Lt. Col., G.S.C.

Chief of Staff

OFFICIAL:

(signed)

FRANCIS E. CARR

Major, A.G.D.

Adjutant General


DISTRIBUTION "A" (Plus)

1 - CG TUSA APO 404 (Attn: G-1 Misc Sec)

1 - CG XX Corps APO 340

2 - CG ETOUSA APO 887

1 - CG 12th Army Group APO 655 (Attn: G-1)

3 - TAG (Attn: Awards and Decorations Branch,

AG Military Personnel)

1 - Classification Section

1 - Officers' Section

42 - 1 to each O and EM concerned - 5 -



R E S T R I C T E D

R E S T R I C T E D
HEADQUARTERS 7TH ARMORED DIVISION

APO 257, U. S. ARMY /ues


18 September 1944

GENERAL ORDERS)

: I. AWARDS OF BRONZE STAR MEDAL

NUMBER......52) II. AWARDS OF PURPLE HEART


I. AWARDS OF BRONZE STAR MEDAL: By direction of the President, and under the provisions of AR 600-45, as amended, and Letter, Headquarters XX Corps, file AG 200.6 subject, "Delegation of Authority to Award Decorations", dated 1 September 19442 the Bronze Star Medal is awarded to:
LIEUTENANT COLONEL EMERSON M. McDERMOTT (Army Serial Number 0356361), Signal Corps, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by meritorious service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France on 20 August 1944. Entered the military service from Pennsylvania.
CAPTAIN MORTIMER D. PIER (Army Serial Number 01012280), Infantry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by meritorious achievement in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France on 6 September 1944. Entered the military service from New York.
FIRST LIEUTENANT WILLIAM H. CHAMPLIN (Army Serial Number 0428238), Signal Corps, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by meritorious service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France on 20 August 1944. Entered the military service from New York.
FIRST LIEUTENANT WILLIAM A. ZABRISKIE (Army Serial Number 0393473), Field Artillery, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France on 11 September 1944. Entered the military service from Michigan.
WARRANT OFFICER (JUNIOR GRADE) ROBERT D. KIDD (Army Serial Number W2110476), NMB, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by meritorious service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France on 20 August 1944. Entered the military service from Indiana.
Technical Sergeant Grady H. Blazier (Army Serial Number 34188576), Infantry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France on 22 August 1944. Entered the military service from Tennessee.
Sergeant Carl F. Brautgam, Jr. (Army Serial Number 36212766), Field Artillery, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France on 8 September 1944. Entered the military service from Wisconsin.
Corporal Leo T. Petroski (Army Serial Number 33148887), Field Artillery, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France on 8 September 1944. Entered the military service from Pennsylvania.
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R E S T R I C T E D

R E S T R I C T E D
(GO 52, Hq 7th Armd Div, APO 257, U S Army, 18 Sep 44, Cont'd)
Private First Class Denzel E. Clark (Army Serial Number 16146640), Infantry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by meritorious service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France on 23 August 1944. Entered the military service from Illinois.
II. AWARDS OF PURPLE HEART: By direction of the President, and under the provisions of AR 600-45, as amended, the Purple Heart is awarded to:
LIEUTENANT COLONEL JAMES G. DUBUISSON (army Serial Number 023042), Field Artillery, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on September 1944, in the Dornot Area, France. Entered the United States Military Academy from Louisiana.
CAPTAIN DARWIN A. BROCK (Army Serial Number 0453556), Infantry, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on September 1944, in the Hagendingen Area, France. Entered the military service from Oklahoma.
CAPTAIN (CHAPLAIN) MARVIN E. UTTER (Army Serial Number 026455), United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 9 September 1944, in the Hagendingen Area, France. Entered the military service from New Jersey.
SECOND LIEUTENANT MICHAEL P. MAHONEY (Army Serial Number 01018225), Cavalry, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 11 September 1944, in the Pierre Viellia Area, France. Entered the military service from Illinois.
Sergeant John R. Jensen (Army Serial Number 32207302), Infantry, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 7 September 1944, in the Silvange Area, France. Entered the military service from York.
Sergeant James P. Neville (Army Serial Number 32257446), Infantry, United States Army, for wounds received result of enemy action on 7 September 1944, in the St. Privat Area, France. Entered the military service from New Jersey.
Corporal Frank W. Closek (Army Serial Number 33269274), Infantry, United States Army, for wounds received as result of enemy action on 10 September 1944, in the Mannville Area, France. Entered the military service from Pennsylvania.
Technician Fifth Grade Joseph F. Johnson (Army Serial Number 34179094), Field Artillery, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 10 September 1944, in the the Amavillier Area, France. Entered the military service from North Carolina.
Private First Class Ralph M. Pope (Army Serial Number 32246444), Cavalry, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 12 September 1944, in the Gravelotte Area, France. Entered the military service from New Jersey.
Private James P. Coffey (Army Serial Number 32800588), Infantry, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 7 September 1944, in the Silvange Area, France. Entered the military service from New York.
Private William N. Conrad (Army Serial Number 37324277), Medical Department, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 7 September 1944, in the Silvange Area, France. Entered the military service from Minnesota.
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R E S T R I C T E D
(GO 52, Hq 7th Armd Div, APO 257, U S Army, 18 Sep 44, Cont'd)
Private Thomas F. Tallett (Army Serial Number 33594614), Infantry, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 11 September 1944, in the Mannville Area, France. Entered the military service from Pennsylvania.
By command of Major General SILVESTER:
A. J. ADAMS

Lt. Col., G.S.C.

Chief of Staff

OFFICIAL:

(signed)

FRANCIS E. CARR

Major, A.G.D.

Adjutant General


DISTRIBUTION "A" (Plus)

1 - CG TUSA APO 404 (Attn: G-1 Misc Sec)

1 - CG XX Corps APO 340

1 - CG 12th Army Group APO 655 (Attn: G-1)

2 - CG ETOUSA APO 887

3 - TAG (Attn: Awards and Decorations Branch,

AG Military Personnel)

1 - Classification Section

1 - Officers' Section

21 - 1 to each O and EM concerned

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R E S T R I C T E D

R E S T R I C T E D
HEADQUARTERS 7TH ARMORED DIVISION

APO 257, U. S. ARMY /ues


19 September 1944

GENERAL ORDERS) I. AWARDS OF BRONZE STAR MEDAL

: I. AWARDS OF PURPLE HEART

NUMBER......53) II. POSTHUMOUS AWARDS OF SILVER STAR


I. AWARDS OF BRONZE STAR MEDAL: By direction of the President, and under the provisions of AR 600-45, as amended, and Letter, Headquarters XX Corps, file AG 200.6 subject, "Delegation of Authority to Award Decorations", dated 1 September 1944, the Bronze Star Medal is awarded to:
Technical Sergeant Francis J. L. Palmer (Army Serial Number 36150187), Infantry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France on 1 September 1944. Entered the military service from Michigan.
Staff Sergeant Charles T. Rushing, Jr., (Army Serial Number 38033137), Infantry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France on 9 September 1944. Entered the military service from Texas.
Technician Fourth Grade Merle I. Rhoads (Army Serial Number 33148655), Infantry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France on 1 September 1944. Entered the military service from Pennsylvania.
Technician Fifth Grade Francis W. Gero (Army Serial Number 32227866), Infantry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France on 1 September 1944. Entered the military service from New York.
Technician Fifth Grade Earnest C. Hulsether (Army Serial Number 36234804), Infantry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France on 1 September 1944. Entered the military service from Wisconsin.
Private Lloyd J. Perkins (Army Serial Number 34197620), Infantry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of theUnited States in France on 9 September 1944. Entered the military service from Georgia.
II. AWARDS OF PURPLE HEART: By direction of the President, and under the provisions of AR 600-45, as amended, the Purple Heart is awarded to:
CAPTAIN HOWARD H. INGLING (Army Serial Number 01693752), Medical Corps, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 8 September 1944, in the Noveant Area, France. Entered the military service from Ohio.
FIRST LIEUTENANT MORTON S. BRYER (Army Serial Number 0469386), Medical Corps, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 8 September 1944, in the Noveant Area, France. Entered the military service from New York.
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R E S T R I C T E D

R E S T R I C T E D
(GO 53, Hq 7th Armd Div, APO 257, U S Army, 19 Sep 44, Cont'd)
Technical Sergeant (then Staff Sergeant) Elvin H. Saxberg (Army Serial Number 37032878), Infantry, United States Army, for wounds as a result of enemy action on 8 September 1944, in the Gravelotte Area, France. Entered the military service from Minnesota.
Technician Fourth Grade Rudolph P. Zupancic (Army Serial Number 35284615), Medical Department, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 13 September 1944, in the Gravelotte Area, France. Entered the military service from Ohio.
Technician Fifth Grade John T. Curry (Army Serial Number 12076904), Infantry, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 11 September 1944, in the Hagondange Area, France. Entered the military service from New Jersey.
Technician Fifth Grade Edward J. Duda (Army Serial Number 36706156), Infantry, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 12 September 1944, in the Hagondange Area, France. Entered the military service from Illinois.
Private First Class Harlan T. Brooks (Army Serial Number 38082717), Cavalry, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 13 September 1944, in the Gravelotte Area, France. Entered the military service from Texas.
Private First Class Robert W. Lowery (Army Serial Number 38518285), Infantry, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 8 September 1944, in the Dornot Area, France. Entered the military service from Louisiana.
Private First Class Joseph E. Triska, Jr., (Army Serial Number 35283893) Infantry, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 8 September 1944, in the Matz Area, France. Entered the military service from Ohio.
Private Clarence G. Amburn (Army Serial Number 34499279), Infantry, United States Army, for wounds received a result of enemy action on 6 September 1944, in the Jarny Area, France. Entered the military service from Tennessee.
Private Fred Anderson (Army Serial Number 36313717), Infantry, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 7 September 1944, in the Metz Area, France. Entered the military service from Illinois.
Private Freddie L. Roberson (Army Serial Number 34253536), Infantry, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 8 September 1944, in the Gravelotte Area, France. Entered the military service from North Carolina.
III. POSTHUMOUS AWARDS OF SILVER STAR: By direction of the President, and under the provisions of AR 600-45, as amended, and Letter, Headquarters XX Corps, file AG 200.6, subject, "Delegation of Authority to Award Decorations", dated 1 September 1944, the Silver Star is awarded posthumously to:
Staff Sergeant Thaddeus Goscinski (Army Serial Number 12076905), Infantry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by gallantry in action in France on 9 September 1944. Entered the military service from New Jersey.5
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R E S T R I C T E D

R E S T R I C T E D
(GO 53, Hq 7th Armd Div, APO 257, U S Army, 19 Sep 44, Cont'd)
Private Robert D. Cook (Army Serial Number 36313923), Infantry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by gallantry in action in France on 24 August 1944. Entered the military service from Illinois.
By command of Major General SILVESTER:
A. J. ADAMS

Lt. Col., G.S.C.

Chief of Staff

OFFICIAL:

(signed)

FRANCIS E. CARR

Major, A.G.D.

Adjutant General


DISTRIBUTION "A" (Plus)

1 - CG TUSA APO 404 (Attn: G-1 Misc Sec)

1 - CG XX Corps APO 340

1 - CG 12th Army Group APO 655 (Attn: G-1)

2 - CG ETOUSA APO 887

3 - TAG (Attn: Awards and Decorations Branch,

AG Military Personnel)

18 - 1 to each O and EM concerned

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R E S T R I C T E D

R E S T R I C T E D
HEADQUARTERS 7TH ARMORED DIVISION

APO 257, U. S. ARMY /ues


20 September 1944

GENERAL ORDERS) I. AWARDS OF SILVER STAR

: II. AWARDS OF BRONZE STAR MEDAL

NUMBER......54) III. AWARDS OF OAK-LEAF CLUSTER


I. AWARDS OF SILVER STAR: By direction of the President, and under the provisions of AR 600-45, as amended, and Letter, Headquarters XX Corps, file AG 200.6, subject, "Delegation of Authority to Award Decorations", dated 1 September 1944, the Silver Star is awarded to:
FIRST LIEUTENANT FRANCIS T. BLANCHETTE (Army Serial Number 0466581), Field Artillery, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by gallantry in action in France on 10 September 1944. Entered the military service from Washington.
SECOND LIEUTENANT DONALD R. VARNER (Army Serial Number 01116268), Corps of Engineers, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by gallantry in action in France on 6 September 1944. Entered the military service from West Virginia.
Staff Sergeant John O. Tackaberry (Army Serial Number 34230726), Signal Corps, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by gallantry in action in France from 23 August to 24 August 1944. Entered the military service from Louisiana.
Technician Third Grade William H. Easton (Army Serial Number 36169642), Medical Department, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by gallantry in action in France on 9 September 1944. Entered the military service from Michigan.
Sergeant Walter J. Graczyk (Army Serial Number 36042692), Field Artillery, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by gallantry in action in France on 23 August 1944. Entered the military service from Illinois.
Corporal (then Private First Class) Morris J. Chase (Army Serial Number 36148040), Infantry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by gallantry in action in France on 9 September 1944. Entered the military service from Michigan.
II. AWARDS OF BRONZE STAR MEDAL: By direction of the President, and under the provisions of AR 600-45, as amended, and Letter, Headquarters XX Corps, file AG 200.6, subject, "Delegation of Authority to Award Decorations", dated 1 September 1944, the Bronze Star Medal is awarded to:
CAPTAIN ALLEN V. GAULKE (Army Serial Number 0376060), Field Artillery, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France on 7 September 1944. Entered the military service from Wisconsin.
FIRST LIEUTENANT (then SECOND LIEUTENANT) ROBERT J. COULTER (Army Serial Number 01015076), Infantry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by meritorious service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France from 15 August to 15 September 1944. Entered the military service from Rhode Island.
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R E S T R I C T E D

R E S T R I C T E D
(GO 54, Hq 7th Armd Div, APO 257, U S Army, 20 Sep 44, Cont'd)
FIRST LIEUTENANT CLEO S. FREED (Army Serial Number 0460779), Infantry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France from 6 September to 15 September 1944. Entered the military service from Oregon.
SECOND LIEUTENANT TRUMAN R. BOMAN (Army Serial Number 01018042), Cavalry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France on 14 August 1944. Entered the military service from Kansas.
Staff Sergeant Joseph M. Doss (Army Serial Number 38043891), Infantry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France on 2 September 1944. Entered the military service from Texas.
Sergeant Horace P. Dykes (Army Serial Number 34138967), Field Artillery, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by meritorious service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France from 15 August to 12 September 1944. Entered the military service from Mississippi.
Sergeant Henry M. Hodges, Jr. (Army Serial Number 14062900), Infantry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France on 7 September 1944. Entered the military service from South Carolina.
Sergeant Harry Levites (Army Serial Number 36167958), Field Artillery, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France on 10 September 1944. Entered the military service from Michigan.
Technician Fourth Grade Howard W. Dennis (Army Serial Number 38043687), Infantry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France on 1 September 1944. Entered the military service from Texas.
Technician Fourth Grade Louis J. Schneider (Army Serial Number 34230769), Field Artillery, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by meritorious service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France from 15 August to 12 September 1944. Entered the military service from Louisiana.
Technician Fourth Grade Walter G. Snowden (Army Serial Number 19164322), Signal Corps, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France on 8 September 1944. Entered the military service from California.
Corporal Reuben J. Chaufty (Army Serial Number 32253450), Field Artillery, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by meritorious service in connection with military operations against enemy of the United States in France from 15 August to 12 September 1944. Entered the military service from New York.
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R E S T R I C T E D

R E S T R I C T E D
(GO 54, Hq 7th Armd Div, APO 257, U S Army, 20 Sep 44, Cont'd)
Technician Fifth Grade Thomas L. Beaird (Army Serial Number 34273234), Medical Department, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France on 7 September 1944. Entered the military service from Alabama.
Technician Fifth Grade (then Private First Class) Louis P. Caruso (Army Serial Number 32207361), Signal Corps, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by meritorious service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France from 23 August to 24 August 1944. Entered the military service from New York.
Technician Fifth Grade Frank P. Casey (Army Serial Number 36234131), Infantry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France on 1 September 1944. Entered the military service from Wisconsin.
Technician Fifth Grade Henry J. Murphy (Army Serial Number 31123489), Medical Department, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France on 8 September 1944. Entered the military service from Connecticut.
Technician Fifth Grade Elmer R. Schlusser (Army Serial Number 33148650), Infantry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France on 1 September 1944. Entered the military service from Pennsylvania.
Technician Fifth Grade Winfield S. Springhorn (Army Serial Number 32040851), Signal Corps, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by meritorious service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France from 23 August to 24 August 1944. Entered the military service from New York.
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