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George L. Beyer, Honorable Discharge, December 26, 1944.

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Army of the United States SEPARATION QUALIFICATION RECORD SAVE THIS FORM. IT WILL NOT BE REPLACED IF LOST eh The record of job assignments and special training received in the Army is furnished to the soldier when he leaves the service. In its preparation, information is taken from the available. Army records and supplemented by personal interview. The information about civilian education and work experience is based on the individual's own statements. The veteran may present this document to former employers, prospective employers, representatives of schools or colleges, or use it in any other way that may prove beneficial to him.

1. LAST NAME-FIRST NAME-MIDDLE INITIAL

BEYER, GEORGE L.

2. ARMY SERIAL No.

01 118 846

3. GRADE

1st Lt.

4. SOCIAL SECURITY No.

None

5. PERMANENT MAILING ADDRESS (Street, City, County, State)

149 Budd Street, Masury, Ohio

6. DATE OF ENTRY INTO ACTIVE SERVICE

27 Dec 1944

7. DATE OF SEPARATION

4 May 1946

8. DATE OF BIRTH

4 Feb 1921

9. PLACE OF SEPARATION

Separation Center, Camp McCoy, Wisconsin

MILITARY OCCUPATIONAL ASSIGNMENTS

10. MONTHS 11. GRADE 12. MILITARY OCCUPATIONAL SPECIALTY

11 1st Lt. AGF - Combat Engineer Unit Commander - 1331

6 2nd Lt. AGF - Operations and Training Staff Officer - 2162


SUMMARY OF MILITARY OCCUPATIONS

13. TITLE-DESCRIPTION-RELATED CIVILIAN OCCUPATION

COMBAT ENGINEER UNIT COMMANDER: Served 10 months overseas with the 93rd Infantry Division and the 506th Light Ponton Company. Supervised the construction of roads, bridges, waterpoints, maintenance docks and ferries and the operation and maintenance of heavy equipment and gravel pits. Was responsible for the training of machinery operators and taught basic military subjects. Supervised the loading and unloading of shipping, storage of engineer equipment and was in charge of base heavy equipment. Also served as Company and Battalion Motor Officer. Taught heavy equipment operation to Australian engineers.


WD AGO FORM 100 1 JUL 1945

This form supersedes WD AGO From 100, 16 July 1944, which will not be used. 16-45815-1