Philip A. Rovolinsky

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Philip A. Rovolinsky

Colonel Philip A. Rovolinsky was commissioned an Infantry Officer upon graduation from Officer Candidate School, 12 September 1944. His first duty assignment was as a Platoon Leader, Company C, 173rd Infantry Regiment, Fort Chaffee, Arkansas. | His subsequent duty assignments include: Platoon Leader, Company K, 104th Infantry Regiment, 26th Infantry Division, Europe, World War II; United Nations Relief Officer, Post World War II, Austria; Military Police Officer, Army Security Agency, Arlington, Virginia; Platoon Leader, Honor Company, Headquarters, General Headquarters, Far East Command; Aide-de-Camp, Brigadier General Rupert Star, CG Headquarters, Far East Command, Japan; Aide-de-Camp, Major General Walter L. Weible, CG Headquarters and Service Group, Japan; Assistant to the G-1, Far East Command, Biederlinden, Japan; S-4, Company Commander, S-3, Executive Officer, 76th Tank Battalion, 11th Airborne Division, Fort Campbell, Kentucky; Commander,  Company H, 3rd Battalion, 14th ACR and Border Officer, Fulda, Germany; Instructor Nuclear Arms Employment, USA Armor Center, Fort Knox, Kentucky; Advisor, Armor and Quartermaster School, Saudi, Arabia; Defense Military Information Committee, the Pentagon; and Commander, 3/37th Armor Battalion, Furth, Germany.

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Graduated From
Fort Benning, Georgia
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Commander | 3/37th Armor Battalion | Furth, Germany
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