LTC Alfred H.M. Shehab

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LTC Alfred H.M. Shehab

Lieutenant Colonel Alfred H.M. Shehab was commissioned as a Cavalry Officer upon graduation from Officer Candidate School, Fort Knox, Kentucky, Class 9-42, 22 August 1942. His first duty assignment was as Platoon Leader, Reconnaissance Company, 37th Armored Regiment, 4th Armored Division, Pine Camp, New York. | His subsequent duty assignments include: Instructor Tactical Officer, Military Intelligence Training Center, Camp Ritchie, Maryland; Troop Commander, Headquarters and Service Troop, 23rd Infantry Cavalry Reconnaissance Squad, 16th AD, Camp Chaffee, Arkansas; Acting S-2, Headquarters, 11th Cavalry Group, Camp Gordon, Georgia; Reconnaissance Officer, Troop B, 38th Cavalry Reconnaissance Squad, European Theater of Operations; Troop Commander, Troop B, 38th Cavalry Reconnaissance Squad, European Theater of Operations; Troop Executive Commander, Troop B, 38th Cavalry Reconnaissance Squad, Losey Field, Puerto Rico; Student Officer, Counter Intelligence Center, Camp Holabird, Maryland; Student Officer, Army Language School, Presidio of Monterey, California; Counter Intelligence Officer, 108th CIC, White Plains, New York; Armor Advisor, 8688th AAU, Saudi Arabia; Translations Officer, 525th Military Intelligence Group, Fort Bragg, North Carolina; Assistant G-1, 4th Armored Division, Fort Hood, Texas; Adjutant, 14th Cavalry Regiment, Fulda, Germany; Inspector General, 2nd Army, Fort Meade, Maryland.

LTC Shehab passed away on 12 December 2020 at 101 years old.

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Graduated From
Fort Knox, Kentucky
Highest Award
Bronze Star with Valor (“V”) Device
Year Inducted
Branch Of Service
Lieutenant Colonel

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