FRED R. ULRICH

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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.

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Graduated From
Fort Benning, Georgia
Key Assignment
Assistant Chief of Staff and G3 with Headquarters, Central Pacific Base Command
Highest Award
Legion of Merit
Graduation Year
1942
Year Inducted
1959
Branch Of Service
Infantry
Rank
Lieutenant Colonel
HF ID #
HF_00093

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