FRED R. ULRICH

ULRICH,FRED
FRED R. ULRICH

FRED R. ULRICH

Lieutenant Colonel Fred R. Ulrich served during World War II as a Platoon Leader with the 39th Infantry Training Battalion at Camp Croft, South Carolina, and as a Company Commander with the 391st Infantry Regiment in the Asiatic-Pacific Theater of War. | His other duty assignments include duty as Assistant Chief of Staff and G3 with Headquarters, Central Pacific Base Command; Technical Operations Officer and Executive Officer, United States Army Infantry School; Assistant Chief of  Staff, G3, Army Forces Far East; Tactical Briefing Officer on Ground-Air-Sea Operations in Korea for General Mark Clark; Battalion Commander, 510th Armored Infantry Battalion, 4th Armored Division; Combat Developments Advisor, United States Army Electronic Proving Ground, Fort Huachuca, Arizona. | Lieutenant Colonel Ulrich is a graduate of the Infantry Officer Advanced Course and the Command and General Staff College. | His awards and decorations include: the Legion of Merit.

Additional Information

  • Rank

    Lieutenant Colonel

  • Graduated From

    Fort Benning, Georgia

  • Graduation Year

    1942

  • Highest Award

    Legion of Merit

  • Year Inducted

    1959

  • Branch Of Service

    Infantry

  • HF ID #

    HF_00093