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




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Technical Sergeant Thomas J. Guy (Army Serial Number 32249202), 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, Belgium and Holland, from 11 August 1944 to 24 November 1944. Entered the military service from New York.
Technical Sergeant Simon Rosenberg (Army Serial Number 34230591), 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, Belgium and Holland, from 11 August 1944 to 24 November 1944. Entered the military service from Louisiana.
Technical Sergeant Farnum C. Schrader (Army Serial Number 37071599), 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 15 August 1944 to 15 November 1944. Entered the military service from Nebraska.
Technical Sergeant Mason C. Stevens (Army Serial Number 38021585), Signal Corps, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by meritorious service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in Belgium and Holland from 5 October 1944 to 17 November 1944. Entered the military service from Oklahoma.
Staff Sergeant Calvin P. Amann (Army Serial Number 32209498), 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 7 October 1944. Entered the military service from New Jersey.
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(GO 107, Hq 7th Armd Div, APO 257, U S Army 2 Dec 44, Cont'd)
Staff Sergeant (then Sergeant) John J. Duggan (Army Serial Number 32310169), 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 27 October 1944. Entered the military service from New York.
Staff Sergeant Frank H. Groff (Army Serial Number 11063216), Medical Department, 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 10 August 1944 to 25 November 1944. Entered the military service from Rhode Island.
Staff Sergeant Hugh D. Johnson (Army Serial Number 14006885), 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 27 October 1944. Entered the military service from Georgia.
Technician Third Grade Oscar W. Vickers (Army Serial Number 34240577), 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, Belgium and Holland, from 11 August 1944 to 24 November 1944. Entered the military service from Florida.
Sergeant (then Private) Leo N. Lund (Army Serial Number 39338970), 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 1 November 1944. Entered the military service from Oregon.
Sergeant Harold E. Mosher (Army Serial Number 34272643), Quartermaster Corps, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by meritorious service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in Belgium and Holland from 1 October 1944 to 14 November 1944. Entered the military service from Mississippi.
Sergeant James L. O'Brien (Army Serial Number 36202910), Quartermaster Corps, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by meritorious service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in Belgium and Holland from 1 October 1944 to 14 November 1944. Entered the military service from Wisconsin.
Technician Fourth Grade Thomas F. Sweeney (Army Serial Number 33143587), Infantry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by meritorious service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in Belgium and Holland from 30 September 1944 to 7 November 1944. Entered the military service from Pennsylvania.
Technician Fifth Grade Raymond F. Bailey (Army Serial Number 36313728), 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 from 27 August 1944 to 8 September 1944. Entered the military service from Illinois.
Technician Fifth Grade Charles P. Cardani (Army Serial Number 35275338), Medical Department, 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 10 August 1944 to 25 November 1944. Entered the military service from Ohio.
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(GO 107, Hq 7th Armd Div, APO 257, U S Army 2 Dec 44, Cont'd)
Technician Fifth Grade Nicholas W. DiStefano (Army Serial Number 31112090), 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 27 October 1944. Entered the military service from Rhode Island.
Technician Fifth Grade James A. McCaffrey (Army Serial Number 34138721), 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 27 October 1944. Entered the military service from Mississippi.
Technician Fifth Grade John A. Palmisano (Army Serial Number 32253115), 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 27 October 1944. Entered the military service from New York.
Technician Fifth Grade William E. Whiteley (Army Serial Number 32206906), Medical Department, 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 10 August 1944 to 25 November 1944. Entered the military service from New Jersey.
Private First Class Garland B. White (Army Serial Number 38591350), 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 Oklahoma.
Private Loren W. Furgisen (Army Serial Number 32947738), Infantry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by meritorious achievement in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in Holland on 30 September 1944. Entered the military service from New York.
V. POSTHUMOUS AWARD 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 posthumously awarded to:
Private Gordon D. Loomis26 (Army Serial Number 31452220), 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 5 November 1944. Entered the military service from Massachusetts.
VI. AWARD OF OAK-LEAF CLUSTER (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, in addition to the Bronze Star Medal previously awarded, a Bronze Oak-Leaf Cluster is awarded to:
Technician Fifth Grade Loy W. Hartman (Army Serial Number 35380396), 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 30 September 1944 to 7 November 1944. Entered the military service from West Virginia.
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(GO 107, Hq 7th Armd Div, APO 257, U S Army 2 Dec 44, Cont'd)
VII. POSTHUMOUS AWARD OF OAK-LEAF CLUSTER (AIR 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, in addition to the Air Medal previously awarded, a Bronze Oak-Leaf Cluster is posthumously awarded to:
Staff Sergeant Epifanio Vasquez27 (Army Serial Number 38069652), Field Artillery, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by meritorious achievement in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in Holland on 28 October 1944. Entered the military service from Texas.
VIII. AWARDS OF PURPLE HEART: By the direction of the President, and under the provisions of AR 600-45, as amended, the Purple Heart is awarded to:
SECOND LIEUTENANT (then Technical Sergeant) ROLAND H. LAVRENZ (Army Serial Number 01996562), Infantry, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 1 September 1944, in the Verdun Area, France. Entered the military service from Iowa.
Sergeant Bruno A. Sipinski (Army Serial Number 32247882), Infantry, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 28 November 1944, in the Boggendorf Area, Germany. Entered the military service from New Jersey.
Technician Fourth Grade William M. Cureton (Army Serial Number 14092630), Infantry, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 7 September 1944, in the Hagondange Area, France. Entered the military service from Tennessee.
Private First Class (then Private) Joseph G. Dixon (Army Serial Number 32249632), Infantry, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 6 September 1944, in the St. Privat Area, France. Entered the military service from New Jersey.
Private First Class John L. Sabat (Army Serial Number 32253304), Infantry, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 22 October 1944, in the Ell Area, Holland. Entered the military service from New York.
IX. AWARD OF OAK-LEAF CLUSTER (PURPLE HEART): By direction of the President and under the provisions of AR 600-45, as amended, in addition to the Purple Heart previously awarded, a Bronze Oak-Leaf Cluster is awarded to:
Private Earl N. Young (Army Serial Number 19122448), Infantry, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 15 September 1944, in the Arnaville Area, France. Entered the military service from Washington.
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
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R E S T R I C T E D
(GO 107, Hq 7th Armd Div, APO 257, U S Army 2 Dec 44, Cont'd)
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)

1 - Off Section

1 - Class Section

1 - Finance Section

45 - Misc Section

1 - PRO


1 - Div Historian
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HEADQUARTERS 7TH ARMORED DIVISION

APO 257, U. S. ARMY /lar

2 December 1944

GENERAL ORDERS)

:

NUMBER.....108)


I. AWARDS OF EXPERT INFANTRYMAN BADGE: Under the provisions of War Department Circular No. 186, 11 May 1944, the Expert Infantryman Badge is awarded, for satisfactory performance of duty in action against the enemy, to the following named EM, Company "B", 48th Armored Infantry Battalion:
S Sgt Mirakovits, Paul 33 141 851 Tec 5 Prindle, George J 36 620 979

S Sgt Terrell, Thomas J 33 155 083 Tec 5 Robbirds, Hixie F 38 079 821

Tec 4 Cureton, William M 14 092 630 Tec 5 Roberts, Dalton L 6 259 437

Tec 4 Lachelt, Merrill H 36 212 933 Tec 5 Smathers, Lenoir W 34 254 557

Tec 4 Lindner, Richard E 38 090 569 Tec 5 Smolinski, Jacob P 32 283 709

Tec 4 Nicholson, James W 33 148 552 Tec 5 Stout, Lee J 32 253 335

Tec 5 Anderson, Joe L 34 254 291 Tec 5 Vines, Joseph C 34 253 492

Tec 5 Bell, Donald F 39 139 722 Tec 5 White, Willie E 38 079 769

Tec 5 Crawford, Robert E 34 262 611 Tec 5 Wink, Clarence R 32 208 536

Tec 5 DiRienzo, James M 33 143 802 Pfc Dallara, Edward 32 249 640

Tec 5 Garbrick, Henry E 33 141 721 Pfc DeMaria, Alfonso M 32 250 698

Tec 5 Krajecic, Joseph 33 039 738 Pfc Friedman, Sydney 32 997 180

Tec 5 Leos, Julio L 38 086 229 Pvt Donohue, William F 32 257 476
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)

1 - Div PRO

1 - Div Historian

30 - Misc Section

1 - Off Section

1 - Finance Section
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 /ejb

3 December 1944

GENERAL ORDERS) I. AWARDS OF SILVER STAR

: II. AWARD OF BRONZE STAR MEDAL

NUMBER.....109) III. POSTHUMOUS AWARD OF BRONZE STAR MEDAL

IV. AWARD OF BRONZE STAR MEDAL (MISSING IN ACTION)

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



VI. 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:
Staff Sergeant (then Sergeant) Benedict B. Balunas (Army Serial Number 32249959), Infantry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by gallantry in action in Holland, on 27 October 1944. Entered the military service from New York.
Private Paul G. Leatherman (Army Serial Number 34783647), Infantry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by gallantry in action in Holland, on 3 November 1944. Entered the military service from Florida.
II. AWARD 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:
Staff Sergeant (then Sergeant) John H. Liebl (Army Serial Number 37085835), 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 14 October 1944. Entered the military service from Wyoming.
III. POSTHUMOUS AWARD 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 posthumously awarded to:
Sergeant John R. Trautwein28 (Army Serial Number 12060457), 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, Belgium and Holland, from 10 August 1944 to 25 November 1944. Entered the military service from New York.
IV. AWARD OF BRONZE STAR MEDAL (MISSING IN ACTION): 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 the following named enlisted men, (Missing in Action):
Corporal John Snyder29 (Army Serial Number 42085632), 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 14 October 1944. Entered the military service from New York.
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(GO 109, Hq 7th Armd Div, APO 257, U S Army 3 Dec 44, Cont'd)
V. AWARD OF OAK-LEAF CLUSTER (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, in addition to the Bronze Star Medal previously awarded, a Bronze Oak-Leaf Cluster is awarded to:
FIRST LIEUTENANT (then SECOND LIEUTENANT) HARRY E. COLLINS (Army Serial Number 01173568), 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 27 October 1944. Entered the military service from South Carolina.
VI. 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:
FIRST LIEUTENANT DONALD J. STELMA (Army Serial Number 01166190), Field Artillery, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 27 August 1944, in the Montmirail Area, France. Entered the military service from Michigan.
SECOND LIEUTENANT HERBERT J. BORCHERS (Army Serial Number 01014474), Cavalry, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 21 September 1944, in the Lorry Area, France. Entered the military service from Illinois.
SECOND LIEUTENANT FRANK R. CUNNINGHAM (Army Serial Number 01018443), Infantry, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 24 November 1944, in the Gereonsweiler Area, Germany. Entered the military service from Michigan.
Staff Sergeant Joseph Arasin (Army Serial Number 33075225), Infantry, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 16 August 1944, in the Bonville Area, France. Entered the military service from Pennsylvania.
Sergeant Oren B. Merrell (Army Serial Number 34273419), Infantry, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 24 November 1944, in the Gereonsweiler Area, Germany. Entered the military service from Alabama.
Sergeant Frank D. Phillips (Army Serial Number 34192529), Infantry, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 29 November 1944, in the Gereonsweiler Area, Germany. Entered the military service from Tennessee.
Technician Fourth Grade Louie A. Johnson (Army Serial Number 34272646), Infantry, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 29 November 1944, in the Gereonsweiler Area, Germany. Entered the military service from Mississippi.
Technician Fifth Grade L. B. Owen (Army Serial Number 38568341), 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 Oklahoma.
Technician Fifth Grade Hamp Whatley (Army Serial Number 6258325), Infantry, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 24 November 1944, in the Gereonsweiler Area, Germany. Entered the military service from Oklahoma.
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(GO 109, Hq 7th Armd Div, APO 257, U S Army 3 Dec 44, Cont'd)
Private Clifton G. Phillips (Army Serial Number 14019562), 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 South Carolina.
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)

1 - Div PRO

1 - Div Historian

16 - Misc Section

1 - Off Section

1 - Finance Section


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

APO 257, U. S. ARMY /ejb

4 December 1944

GENERAL ORDERS) I. AWARDS OF SILVER STAR

: II. POSTHUMOUS AWARD OF SILVER MEDAL

NUMBER.....110) III. AWARDS OF BRONZE STAR MEDAL

IV. AWARDS OF PURPLE HEART

V. AWARD OF OAK-LEAF CLUSTER (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:
Sergeant Clem A. Piontkowski (Army Serial Number 33149064), Infantry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by gallantry in action in Holland on 29 October 1944. Entered the military service from Pennsylvania.
Private Anthony N. Condelli (Army Serial Number 32257205), Medical Department, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by gallantry in action in Holland, from 27 October 1944 to 29 October 1944. Entered the military service from New Jersey.
Private Willie N. Duke (Army Serial Number 35306656), Medical Department, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by gallantry in action in Holland, from 27 October 1944 to 29 October 1944. Entered the military service from Ohio.
II. POSTHUMOUS AWARD 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:
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