General Orders of the 7th Armored Division 1944 November-December 1944 (go #71-136)




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Private William M. Dawdy (Army Serial Number 36956873), Infantry, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 28 October 1944, in the Meijel Area, Holland. Entered the military service from Illinois.
Private Lino J. Nuvoloni (Army Serial Number 32249995), Field Artillery, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 14 September 1944, in the Arry Area, France. Entered the military service from New York.
Private Tony Orlando (Army Serial Number 33835039), Infantry, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 29 October 1944, in the Liesel Area, Holland. Entered the military service from Pennsylvania.
By command of Brigadier General HASBROUCK:
CHURCH M. MATTHEWS

Colonel, G. S. C.

OFFICIAL: Chief of Staff

(signed)


FRANCIS E. CARR

Lt. Col., A.G.D.

Adjutant General
DISTRIBUTION "A" (Plus)

1 – CG, 12th Army Gp, APO 655 (Attn: G-1)

2 - CG ETOUSA, APO 887, (Attn: Awards & Decorations Branch, AG Mil Pers)

3 - TAG, Munitions Bldg, Wash 25 DC (Attn: Awards & Decorations Branch)

1 – CG, Ninth US Army, APO 339 (Attn: Awards & Decorations Branch, AG-M)

2 – CG, XIII Corps, APO 463

64 - Miscellaneous Section

1 – Officers' Section


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HEADQUARTERS 7TH ARMORED DIVISION

APO 257 U.S. ARMY


23 November 1944

GENERAL ORDERS)

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NUMBER......96)


THANKSGIVING MESSAGE
This Thanksgiving Day finds us far from our homes and friends. Yet there are many things for which we can be truly thankful. The enemy has been driven within his own borders in the short space of less than six months. Our armies and those of our Allies are everywhere on the offensive. We can confidently predict that the victory will surely be ours.
However, mighty blows must be struck before this can be realized. So let us thank Almighty God this day for our past successes and ask his assistance for the future. Let each one of us resolve to do his part to the utmost in order that our Division may do its full part in the striking of these blows.
As your Commanding General I take pride in the Division's past achievements and expect you to play a major part in the coming victory which will establish a new day of Thanksgiving for the liberated peoples of Europe.
(signed)

R. W. HASBROUCK



DISTRIBUTION "A" Brigadier General, U. S. A.

Commanding



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HEADQUARTERS 7TH ARMORED DIVISION

APO 257, U. S. ARMY /lar


24 November 1944

GENERAL ORDERS)

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NUMBER......97) AWARD OF COMBAT INFANTRYMAN BADGE


Under the provisions of WaR Department Circular No. 186, 11 May 1944, the Combat Infantryman Badge is awarded, for exemplary conduct in action against the enemy, to COL MOLONY, GEORGE H, 010 650 Inf, Hq 7th Armd Div (Rr Ech).
By command of Brigadier General HASBROUCK:
CHURCH M. MATTHEWS

Colonel, G. S. C.

OFFICIAL: Chief of Staff

(signed)


FRANCIS E. CARR

Lt. Col., A.G.D.

Adjutant General
DISTRIBUTION "A" (Plus)

1 – CG, 12th Army Gp, APO 655 (Attn: G-1)

2 - CG ETOUSA, APO 887, (Attn: Awards & Decorations Branch, AG Mil Pers)

3 - TAG, Munitions Bldg, Wash 25 DC (Attn: Awards & Decorations Branch)

1 – CG, Ninth US Army, APO 339 (Attn: Awards & Decorations Branch, AG-M)

3 - Miscellaneous Section

1 – Officers' Section

1 – Classification Section

1 – Finance Section
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HEADQUARTERS 7TH ARMORED DIVISION

APO 257, U. S. ARMY /ejb

25 November 1944

GENERAL ORDERS) I. AWARDS OF SILVER STAR

: II. AWARD OF OAK-LEAF CLUSTER (SILVER STAR)

NUMBER......98) III. POSTHUMOUS AWARDS OF SILVER STAR

IV. AWARDS OF BRONZE STAR MEDAL

V. AWARDS OF OAK-LEAF CLUSTER (BRONZE STAR MEDAL)

VI. POSTHUMOUS AWARDS OF BRONZE STAR MEDAL

VII. AWARDS OF PURPLE HEART


I. AWARDS OF SILVER STAR: By direction of the president, and under the provisions of AR 600-45, as amended, and Memorandum No. 34, Headquarters Ninth United States Army, 8 September 1944, as amended, the Silver Star is awarded to:
FIRST LIEUTENANT (then SECOND LIEUTENANT) JACKSON D. WEBSTER (Army Serial Number 0519984), Infantry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by gallantry in action in Holland, on 26 October 1944. Entered the military service from Texas.
Technical Sergeant Phillip E. Bost (Army Serial Number 15101354), Infantry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by gallantry in action in Holland, from 2 October 1944 to 5 October 1944. Entered the military service from Ohio.
Staff Sergeant (then Corporal) Ralph L. Phillips (Army Serial Number 34577106), Field Artillery, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by gallantry in action in Holland, on 28 and 29 October 1944. Entered the military service from Georgia.
Corporal (then Private) William T. Brown (Army Serial Number 20147104), Infantry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself in action in Holland, on 29 October 1944. Entered the military service from Maine.
II. AWARD OF OAK-LEAF CLUSTER (SILVER STAR): By direction of the President , and under the provisions of AR 600-45, as amended, and Memorandum No. 34, Headquarters Ninth United States Army, 8 September 1944, as amended, in addition to the Silver Star previously awarded, a Bronze Oak-Leaf Cluster is awarded to:
LIEUTENANT COLONEL EDWARD T. McCONNELL (Army Serial Number 021996), Infantry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by gallantry in action in France, on 20 September 1944. Entered the United States Military Academy 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 Memorandum No. 34, Headquarters Ninth United States Army, 8 September 1944, as amended, the Silver Star is posthumously awarded to:
Private First Class Jesse L. Gregory12 (Army Serial Number 37458869), Field Artillery, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by gallantry in action in Holland, on 27 and 28 October 1944. Entered the military service from Nebraska.
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Private Woodrow W. Phillips13 (Army Serial Number 35072645), Infantry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by gallantry in action in Holland, on 14 October 1944. Entered the military service from West Virginia.
IV. AWARDS OF BRONZE STAR MEDAL: By direction of the President, and under the provisions of AR 600-45, as amended, and Memorandum No. 34, Headquarters Ninth United States Army, 8 September 1944, as amended, the Bronze Star Medal is awarded to:
MAJOR LYNN M. CARLSON (Army Serial Number 0334066), Infantry, United states Army, for distinguishing himself by meritorious achievement in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France, Belgium and Holland, from 14 August 1944 to 1 November 1944. Entered the military service from Minnesota.
CAPTAIN (CHAPLAIN) MARVIN E. UTTER (Army Serial Number 026455), United States Army, for distinguishing himself by meritorious service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France, Belgium and Holland, from 14 August 1944 to 1 November 1944. Entered the military service from New Jersey.
FIRST LIEUTENANT JAMES R. COOK (Army Serial Number 0441917), Field Artillery, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in Holland, on 28 October 1944. Entered the military service from Texas.
FIRST LIEUTENANT (then SECOND LIEUTENANT) WILLIAM R. HART (Army Serial Number 01014942). Infantry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in Holland, on 15 October 1944. Entered the military service from New York.
FIRST LIEUTENANT (then SECOND LIEUTENANT and FIRST LIEUTENANT) DEAN G. OSTRUM (Army Serial Number 0529750), Infantry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by meritorious service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France, Belgium and Holland, from 11 August 1944 to 2 November 1944. Entered the military service from Kansas.
FIRST LIEUTENANT (then SECOND LIEUTENANT) ROBERT C. WELLS (Army Serial Number 0548201), Infantry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by meritorious achievement in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in Holland, from 27 October 1944 to 29 October 1944. Entered the military service from Washington.
FIRST LIEUTENANT GEORGE D. WILLIAMSON (Army Serial Number 01010752), 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 3 September 1944. Entered the military service from Indiana.
Technical Sergeant John C. Degoey (Army Serial Number 36213245), Infantry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in Holland, on 29 October 1944. Entered the military service from Wisconsin.
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Technical Sergeant Charles O. Lefkowitz (Army Serial Number 32257239), Cavalry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by meritorious service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France, Belgium and Holland, from 11 August 1944 to 13 November 1944. Entered the military service from New Jersey.
Staff Sergeant Allen A. Eastman (Army Serial Number 33082493), Cavalry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in Holland, on 27 October 1944. Entered the military service from Pennsylvania.
Staff Sergeant (then Sergeant) Charles E. Golden (Army Serial Number 14017178), Cavalry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in Holland, on 27 October 1944. Entered the military service from Louisiana.
Staff Sergeant Alonzo W. Miller (Army Serial Number 11027886), 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 15 September 1944 to 18 September 1944. Entered the military service from Maine.
Sergeant Henry J. Hughes (Army Serial Number 33139733), Cavalry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in Holland, on 27 October 1944. Entered the military service from Pennsylvania.
Sergeant Orville B. Lerew (Army Serial Number 37323706), Cavalry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in Holland, on 28 October 1944. Entered the military service from South Dakota.
Sergeant (then Corporal) Mark S. Watson (Army Serial Number 36893466), Infantry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic achievement in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in Holland, on 24 October 1944. Entered the military service from Michigan.
Sergeant (then Corporal) Joseph J. Wentz (Army Serial Number 33153613). Cavalry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in Holland, on 27 October 1944. Entered the military service from Pennsylvania.
Technician Fourth Grade Wayne J. Bunch (Army Serial Number 37467661), Field Artillery, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in Holland, on 28 October 1944. Entered the military service from South Dakota.
Corporal Hubert E. Brooks (Army Serial Number 34263764), Infantry, Unites States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in Holland, on 28 October 1944. Entered the military service from Georgia.
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Corporal (then Private First Class) Walter T. Pierce (Army Serial Number 32253440), Cavalry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in Holland, on 27 October 1944. Entered the military service from New York.
Technician Fifth Grade Floyd Bailey (Army Serial Number 32227115), 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 15 September 1944 to 18 September 1944. Entered the military service from New York.
Technician Fifth Grade Francis X. Berube (Army Serial Number 11047840), Cavalry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in Holland, on 27 October 1944. Entered the military service from Massachusetts.
Technician Fifth Grade Thomas W. Day (Army Serial Number 38084173), Cavalry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in Holland, on 27 October 1944. Entered the military service from Colorado.
Technician Fifth Grade George L. Ettline (Army Serial Number 33169873), 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 15 September to 18 September 1944. Entered the military service from Pennsylvania.
Technician Fifth Grade Alfred J. Gravall, Jr. (Army Serial Number 11071797), 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 15 September 1944 to 18 September 1944. Entered the military service from Connecticut.
Technician Fifth Grade Howard A. Hilliker (Army Serial Number 32233804), Cavalry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in Holland, on 27 October 1944. Entered the military service from New York.
Technician Fifth Grade Gerald F. Malin (Army Serial Number 32689679), Medical Department. United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in Holland, on 1 and 2 November 1944. Entered the military service from New York.
Technician Fifth Grade (then Private) Harry Schreck (Army Serial Number 11009999), Cavalry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in Holland, on 31 October 1944. Entered the military service from Massachusetts.
Technician Fifth Grade Peter T. Soscia (Army Serial Number 32305019), 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 15 September to 18 September 1944. Entered the military service from New Jersey.
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Technician Fifth Grade Damon R. Young (Army Serial Number 34262951), 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 15 September to 18 September 1944. Entered the military service from Georgia.
Private First Class Millard L. Beacham (Army Serial Number 34179191), 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 15 September 1944 to 18 September 1944. Entered the military service from North Carolina.
Private First Class (then Private) Earl F. Braswell (Army Serial Number 39241161), Cavalry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in Holland, on 27 October 1944. Entered the military service from California.
Private First Class Anthony Castilla (Army Serial Number 32233732), Cavalry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in Holland, 0n 27 October 1944. Entered the military service from New York.
Private First Class John C. Hancock (Army Serial Number 34254818), Cavalry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in Holland, on 27 October 1944. Entered the military service from North Carolina.
Private First Class Charles R. Murphy (Army Serial Number 36349577), Field Artillery, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in Holland, on 29 October 1944. Entered the military service from Illinois.
Private First Class Harold B. White (Army Serial Number 12071898), Cavalry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in Holland, on 27 October 1944. Entered the military service from New York.
Private First Class (then Private) David L. Worthy (Army Serial Number 20404683), Infantry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic achievement in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in Holland, on 24 October 1944. Entered the military service from South Carolina.
Private Frank A. Brown (Army Serial Number 34263400), Cavalry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in Holland, on 27 October 1944. Entered the military service from Georgia.
Private John O. Cochran (Army Serial Number 36444978) Infantry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by meritorious service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in Holland, on 6 November 1944. Entered the military service from Illinois.
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Private Paul R. Crombie (Army Serial Number 11064824), Cavalry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in Holland, on 27 October 1944. Entered the military service from Connecticut.
Private Arley C. Davis (Army Serial Number 37625162), Cavalry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in Holland, on 27 October 1944. Entered the military service from Missouri.
Private John A. Johnson (Army Serial Number 32257086), Cavalry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in Holland, on 27 October 1944. Entered the military service from New York.
Private Harold P. McGloin, Jr. (Army Serial Number 34230500). 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 15 September 1944 to 18 September 1944. Entered the military service from Louisiana.
Private Harry A. Mourer (army Serial Number 33511575), 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 15 September 1944 to 18 September 1944. Entered the military service from Pennsylvania.
Private Harry T. Radford (Army Serial Number 37465090), Infantry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in Holland, on 31 September 1944. Entered the military service from Nebraska.
Private Gunther F. Regitz (Army serial Number 32976152), Cavalry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in Holland, on 27 October 1944. Entered the military service from New York.
Private Earl C. Richards (Army Serial Number 37404888), 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 18 September 1944. Entered the military service from Missouri.
Private Raymond H. Tull, Jr. (Army Serial Number 11099745), 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 15 September 1944 to 18 September 1944. Entered the military service from Massachusetts.
Private William R. Whorton (Army Serial Number 33122353), Cavalry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in Holland, on 27 October 1944. Entered the military service from Virginia.
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