Carrol W. Guth
Colonel Carrol W. Guth was commissioned an Engineer Officer upon graduation from Officer Candidate School 25 July 1945, class number 472. His first duty assignment was as Platoon Leader, 808th Engineer Aviation Battalion, Japan. | His subsequent duty assignments include: Company Commander, 808th Engineer Aviation Battalion, Japan; Reconnaissance Officer/Company Executive Officer/Platoon leader, 185th Engineer Combat Battalion, Korea; Operations Officer, 27th Engineer Combat Battalion, Fort Campbell, Kentucky; Company commander, 42d Engineer Construction Battalion and 200th engineer company, 196th Regimental Combat Team, Fort Richardson, Alaska; Project Engineer, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Baltimore District Engineer, Maryland; Assistant Attaché, Office of the Army Attaché and, Senior Aide, American Embassy, US Element, CENTO Ankara, Turkey; Instructor/Assistant Professor, Civil Engineering, Department of Engineering, West Point, New York; Battalion Commander, 93d Engineer Construction Battalion, Bear Cat, Vietnam; Chief Doctrine, Systems and Training Branch, G-3, Headquarters, U.S. Army Vietnam; Deputy Engineer/Engineer, Office of the Engineer, U.S. Army Pacific, Fort Shafter, Hawaii; Engineer, Office of the Engineer, US Military Academy, West Point, New York; Chief of Staff/Deputy Installation Commander, U.S. Army Engineer Center and Fort Belvoir, Virginia. | His awards and decorations include: Bronze Star (V Device and Oak Leaf Cluster) and Legion of Merit (Oak Leaf Cluster).