Charles P. Bizousky

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Charles P. Bizousky

Colonel Charles P. Bizousky was commissioned an Infantry Officer upon graduation from Officer Candidate School on 13 November 1942, class number 100.  His first duty assignment was as Platoon Leader, 405 Infantry Regiment, 102 Infantry Division, Camp Maxey, Texas. | His subsequent duty assignments include:  Executive Officer, Rifle Co, Regimental Supply Officer, 405 Inf Regiment, 102 Inf Div, Maxey, Texas; Post Supply Officer, II Constabulary Bde, Munich, European Theater of Operations; Reserve Unit Advisor, 1252d ASU ORC, Binghamton, New York; Inf Bn XO, FEC, Headquarters, 1st Bn, 21st Inf Regiment; Bn Cmdr, FEC, Headquarters 1st Bn, 21st Inf Regiment, Asst Chief, Budget Br, G-4, Headquarters, 1st Army, Fort Jay, New York; Instructor, Dept VII, 5025th SU, CGSC, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas; Instr, Special Wpns Dept, 5025 SU CGSG; ACofS, G-4, Headquarters, USATC, Armor, Fort Knox, Kentucky; ACofS G-3, Headquarters, USATC, Armor, Fort Knox, Kentucky; Regimentl XO, Headquarters, 3d Tng Regiment, USATC, Armor; Regimentl Cmdr, Regimentl XO, Headquarters, 3d Tng Regiment, USATC, Armor, Fort Knox, Kentucky; ACofS, G-4, Headquarters, Yukon Cmd, USARAL, Fort Wainwright, Alaska; Chief Plans & Operations Division, Headquarters, Third U.S. Army, DCSLOG. | His awards and decorations include: Army Command w/Oak Leaf Cluster, UN Svc Med, Natl Def Svc Med, Armed Forces Res Med, Korean Sv Med, Army Occu Med (Jap) (Germany), Expert Inf Badge, WW II Vic Med, BS Med with 2 Oak Leaf Cluster, CIB (2 Awards), Merit Unit Citation, AM Cmpgn Med, EAME Med, AM Def Svc Med, Good Conduct Medal.

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Graduated From
Fort Benning, Georgia
Highest Award
Bronze Star Medal
Year Inducted
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