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BATTLEFIELD COMMISSIONS
The men listed at left were eligible to join the National Order of Battlefield Commissions

 

Devil's Digest Article
announces commissioning of five new Lieutenants

Those named were:
Lt James E. Green;
Lt. Robert L. Johnson;
:Lt. Worster Morgan;
Lt Sherman VanEnwyck, and
Lt. Gordon Wahto

SURNAME

GIVEN

COMPANY  

SURNAME

GIVEN

COMPANY
Anderson Joseph R Hq 3rd  Knapp William F Co B
Boone John D Hq 1st  Little John T Hq 3rd
Bowman Darrell K Co D  Moore James W Svc Co
Burke Donald J Co G  Morgan Worster M Hq 1st
Call William J Co B  Morris Duane W Co B
Durkee Richard W Co C  Roper Delbert R Co E
Endress** Joseph G Co B  Shields Robert D Hq 1st
Green James E Co G  Thomas Vernon Co H
Jahnigen Herman W Co A  VanEnwyck Sherman Co A
Johnson Robert L Hq Hq  Wahto Gordon W Hq 1st
Kenney Edward J Hq Hq  Warnecke Adolph F Co B
** Source: Another Veteran        
         

OCS GRADUATES 1945

Bouchereau+ Paul E Med Det  MacBlane++ Thomas D Co D
+Source Morning Reports April and May 45  ++Source - Devils Digest,  April 1945
Brodsky (first name?)    Sivetz+++ John Hq 1st
Lord William G, II Hq 3rd  +++Source GO22,, 22 June 45 lists him as 2/Lt
         

OTHER POST-WAR COMMISSIONS (including highest grade held)

 
Bollag Marcel S Hq Hq 2/Lt   Chisolm* Robert E Co I Lt Col  
Hubbard Donald E Hq 3rd WOJG   Iler Ivan R Hq 3rd Lt Col  
Jones William M Co A Lt Col   Miller** William H Hq 2 Col  
Mulock** Arthur F Hq 2 2/Lt   Shanley* Irving T Hq 2 Lt Col  
Newcomb^ Wellington A   2/Lt   Speers* Robert W Hq 2 Captain

 

Watson*** Joseph E Co E Lt Col   White Loren J Hq 1 Col  
Willoughby* William G Hq 2 Major            
         
* Source: Veteran ** Source: Another Veteran   ***Source - commission date unknown, obituary 2008 shows him as LTC (Ret)  
** Miller went from 1st Sgt in WW-II to CWO & 2nd Lt in Korea   ** Mulock was KIA in Korea
^ Newcomb published 508th article in 1946, was listed as Lieut.