Philip A. Rovolinsky

Philip A. Rovolinsky

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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    Fort Benning, Georgia

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    Commander | 3/37th Armor Battalion | Furth, Germany

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