Brigadier General Arthur Hurrow was commissioned an Infantry Officer upon graduation from Officer Candidate School 18 September 1943, class number 297. His first duty assignment was as platoon leader, 124th Infantry, Fort Benning, Georgia. | His subsequent duty assignments include: 350th Infantry, Europe; Company Commander, 29th Group and Training Officer, 9th Division, Fort Dix, New Jersey; company Commander, 519th Battalion, Japan; Deputy Headquarters Commandant, Korea; Deputy Commander, Highway Unit Training Center, Fort Eustis, Virginia; Executive Officer, Headquarters, Military Traffic Management Agency, Washington, D.C.; S-3, 37th Highway Transport Command, France; Battalion Commander, 53rd Transport Battalion, Germany; Headquarters, O.S. Command, Europe; Commander, 594th Transportation Group, Frankfurt Germany; Assistant Commandant, Transportation School, Fort Eustis, Virginia; Commanding General, Eastern Area Military Traffic Management and Terminal Services, Brooklyn, New York; Commanding General, U.S. Army Support Command, Vietnam. | Colonel Hurrow's awards and decorations include: Legion of Merit (1 Oak Leaf Cluster), Bronze Star (V Device and Oak Leaf Cluster), Air Medal.