Robert J. Henglein

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Robert J. Henglein

Colonel Robert J. Henglein was commissioned an Infantry Officer upon graduation from Officer Candidate School, 27 September 1942, class number 74A. His first duty assignment was as Rifle Platoon Leader, Company B, 131st Infantry, Fort Brady, Michigan. | His subsequent duty assignments include:  Motor Officer and P&A Platoon Leader, 1st Battalion, 131st Infantry, Fort Brady, Michigan; Rifle Platoon Leader, Company B, 472d Infantry, Camp Rucker, Alabama; Rifle Platoon Leader, EUCOM, Company A, 119th Infantry/Patient; Company Executive Officer and Company Commander, EUCOM, Company F, 119th Infantry; Battalion Executive, 21st Field Artillery Battalion, Fort Jackson, South Carolina; Battery Commander, Battery B, 21st Field Artillery Battalion, Fort Jackson, South Carolina; Advisor, KMAG, 10th ROK Division, Korea; National Guard  Advisor, Massachusetts National Guard (182d RCT), Waltham, Massachusetts; Battalion S-3, 373rd AIB, Seventh Army, USAREUR; Battalion Executive Officer, 373rd AIB, Seventh Army, USAREUR; S-2, Combat Command B, 2d Armd Division, Fort Hood, Texas; Assistant G3, O&T/Combat Command S-3, Headquarters, III Corps (TDU)/CCB, 2d AD; Battalion Commander, 2d ARB, 58th Infantry, 2d AD, Fort Hood, Texas; Deputy G3, Headquarters, 2d AD, Fort Hood, Texas; Ch  Mvr Br, G3, Headquarters, I Corps Group, Korea; Assistant G3 Training and Ch Mvr Br, G3/Assistant G3 Operations, Headquarters, III Corps, Fort Hood, Texas; Deputy G3 and G4, Headquarters II FFORCEV, Vietnam; Chief Mvr Br and Chief Operations Br, DCSOPS, Headquarters USCONARC, Fort Monroe, Virginia. | His awards and decorations include: Bronze Star Medal w/V Device (2 Oak Leaf Cluster), CIB, FR CROiX DE GUERRE, BELG CROiX DE GUERRE, Distinguished Service Cross.

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Graduated From
Fort Benning, Georgia
Highest Award
Distinguished Flying Cross
Year Inducted
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