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




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Appendix: Code Names of 7th Armored Division
7th Armored Division - Workshop

  • Division HQ Company - Wooden

7th Armored Division Trains - Wobble

  • Trains HQ Company - Woman

7th Armored Division Artillery - Wring

  • Arty HQ Company - Wooly

7AD Military Police (MP) Platoon - World
Combat Command “A” (CCA) - Wretch

  • CCA HQ Company - Worried

Combat Command “B” (CCB) - Writer

  • CCB HQ Company - Wrinkle

Combat Command “R” (CCR) - Wrought
23rd Armored Infantry Battalion - Wolf

38th Armored Infantry Battalion - Woody

48th Armored Infantry Battalion - Worse
17th Tank Battalion - Wrapper

31st Tank Battalion - Wyoming

40th Tank Battalion - Wordy
434th Armored Field Artillery Battalion - Wooten (or Wotten)

440th Armored Field Artillery Battalion - Woven

489th Armored Field Artillery Battalion - Wow
33rd Armored Engineer Battalion - Worker
87th Cavalry Reconnaissance Squadron - Wonder
77th Medical Battalion, Armored - Wounded
129th Armored Ordnance Maintenance Battalion - Wopper
147th Signal Company - Worthy
203rd Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion - Highdeed (also called Coolidge in 14 Dec 44 communications network diagram, possibly then attached temporarily to non-7AD unit)
814th Tank Destroyer Battalion - Herald or Harold
Code names for which the unit is not yet known:

Wrangler


1 Rescinded in General Order #134 (29 December 1944) section II

2 Rescinded in General Order #134 (29 December 1944) section II

3 Company "A" of 48th Armored Infantry Battalion, killed 28 October 1944

4 Right to wear Combat Infantryman Badge withdrawn in General Order #129 (18 December 1944) section IV.

6 Troop D, 87th Cavalry Reconnaissance Squadron

7 Company A, 40th Tank Battalion, killed 1 October 1944 at Overloon, Holland; dates amended to 1-30 September 1944 in section IV of GO #59 (2 April 1945)

8 Medical Detachment, 38th Armored Infantry Battalion, killed 5 November 1944 near Ospel, Holland

9 Amended to Tennessee in GO #91, section II.

10 Commanding Officer of Company A, 31st Tank Battalion, killed 28 August 1944 at Epernay, France.

11 Company A, 31st Tank Battalion, killed 7 October 1944 at Overloon, Hollad

12 Company B, 814th Tank Destroyer Battalion, killed 28 October 1944 in the vicinity of Asten, Holland

13 48th Armored Infantry Battalion

14 Company D, 40th Tank Battalion, killed 2 October 1944 at Overloon, Holland

15 Company C, 489th Armored Field Artillery Battalion, killed 5 November 1944 in mine field in vicinity of Ospel, Holland

16 Company A, 48th Armored Infantry Battalion, killed 4 November 1944 in area from 1 1/2 mi NE Ospel to about 1 mi E or SE of that at grid line 67

17 814th Tank Destroyer Battalion, killed 29 October 1944 in the Weert-Meijel-Asten area of Holland

18 Company A, 33rd Armored Engineer Battalion, killed 7 November 1944 along canal south of Ospel and Horik, Holland

19 The dates were amended to 4 November 1944 to 6 November 1944 in General Order #127 (14 December 1944) section III.

20 Rescinded in General Order #134 (29 December 1944) section II

21 Company B, 23rd Armored Infantry Battalion, killed 15 August 1944 at Marboué, France

22 Troop C, 87th Cavalry Reconnaissance Squadron, killed 6 November 1944 in the vicinity of Ospel, Holland

23 Battery C, 489th Armored Field Artillery Battalion, KIA 5 November 1944 in mine field in vicinity of Ospel, Netherlands

24 Company A, 33rd Armored Engineer Battalion, KIA 7 November 1944 along canal south of Ospel, Netherlands

25 Battery C, 489th Armored Field Artillery Battalion, Died of wounds 5 November 1944, suffered same day in mine field in vicinity of Ospel, Netherlands

26 Company A, 38th Armored Infantry Battalion, KIA 5 November 1944 in the vicinity of Ospel and Horik, Netherlands

27 Headquarters, 440th Armored Field Artillery Battalion, KIA 28 October by bombing and strafing airplanes at 440 AFAB airstrip in vicinity of Behelp, Holland

28 Battery C, 440th Armored Field Artillery Battalion, died 25 November 1944 of wounds suffered same day at Aalbeek, Netherlands from bomb accidentally dropped by US P-47 airplane

29 Troop b, 87th Cavalry Reconnaissance Squadron, KIA 27 October 1944 in the vicinity of Meijel, Netherlands but carried as MIA until 19 January 1945

30 Troop B, 87th Cavalry Reconnaissance Squadron, died 5 November 1944 of wounds suffered 4 November 1944 when peep he was riding in hit a mine in the vicinity of the Kreijel-Waatskamp road, near Ospel, Netherlands

31 This award was rescinded in General Order #128 (16 December 1944), section VII.

32 Company C, 38th Armored Infantry Battalion, KIA 6 September 1944 at Gravelotte, France

33 Company C, 814th Tank Destroyer Battalion, died 29 October 1944 of wounds suffered same day in the vicinity of Heitrak, Netherlands

34 48th Armored Infantry Battalion, killed 5 October 1944 in the vicinity of Overloon, Holland

35 Company C, 33rd Armored Engineer Battalion, killed 30 November 1944 in Germany

36 Company C, 38th Armored Infantry Battalion, KIA 7 November 1944 in the vicinity of Winnerstraat, Netherlands

37 All from 48th Armored Infantry Battalion: Allred and Kramer - Company C, KIA 6 December 1944 at Linnich, Germany; Johnson - Company A, died of wounds 7 December 1944 suffered in Germany; Zalesky, Company C - KIA 4 November 1944 in vicinity of Ospel, Netherlands

38 Both from Company C, 48th Armored Infantry Battalion: Bevill - KIA 6 December 1944 at Linnich, Germany; Good - 7 November 1944 in vicinity of Horik, Netherlands

39 Had been awarded in General Order #86 (16 November 1944) section I

40 Not listed as a 7th Armored Division member, so perhaps was attached to the Division at the time of the event; KIA from Essex County, New Jersey
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