Gordon L. Graber
Colonel Gordon L. Graber was commissioned an Infantry Officer upon graduation from Officer Candidate School 13 November 1942, class number 100. His first duty assignment was as Rifle Platoon Leader, Company A, 413 Infantry, 104th Infantry Division. | His subsequent duty assignment include: Intelligence and Reconnaissance Platoon Leader, Headquarters Company, 413, Infantry, 104th Infantry Division; Intelligence Officer, Headquarters 6th U.S. Army; Company Commander, Company I, 4th Infantry Regiment; Infantry Tactics Instructor, Artillery School, Anti-aircraft and Guided Missile Branch; Division and Senior Advisor, 7th ROK Division and ROK Intelligence School, Korean Military Advisory Group; Brigade Advisor, Wisconsin National Guard Advisory Group; Inspector General, Headquarters SIX U.S. Army Corps; Executive Officer, Headquarters Support Command, 3d Infantry Division; Executive Officer, Headquarters, 5th Combat Support Training Brigade, Fort Dix, New Jersey; Chief, Plans and Policy Branch, G-3 Section, Headquarters 8th U.S. Army; Deputy Post Commander, Headquarters Fort Harrison, Indiana. | His awards and decorations include: Armed Forces Reserve Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary Service Medal, National Defense Medal (1 Oak Leaf Cluster), Army of Occupation Medal (Japan Bar), World War II Victory Medal, European Theater of Operations Medal (3 Bronze Stars), American Campaign Medal, American Defense Medal, Good Conduct Medal, Purple Heart, Army Commendation Medal w/ 2 Oak Leaf Clusters, Bronze Star, Legion of Merit w/ 2 Oak Leaf Clusters, Silver Star, Combat Infantryman Badge.