Seymor L. Goldberg
Colonel Seymour L. Goldberg was commissioned an Infantry Officer upon graduation from Officer Candidate School 12 October 1942, Class Number 81. His first duty assignment was as Battalion S-3, 2d Battalion, 393d Infantry, Camp Van Dorn, Mississippi. | His subsequent duty assignments include: Battalion S-3, 3d and 1st Battalions, 393d Infantry, Camp Maxey, Texas; Executive Officer, 1st Battalion, 393d Infantry, Germany; Battalion Executive Officer, Infantry Replacement Training Center, Fort McClellan, Alabama; Regimental Executive Officer, 47th Infantry Regiment, Kaufbeuren, Germany; Post Assistant S-3, Munich Military Post, Munich, Germany; Unit Advisor, Pennsylvania Military District, Allentown, PA Reserve Units; S-3 Pennsylvania Military District, Pennsylvania Military District, Philadelphia, PA; Commanding Officer, 1st Battalion 3d Infantry, 32d Infantry, Korea; Regimental Tactics Instructor, The Infantry School, Fort Benning, Georgia; Chairman, Battalion Tactics Committee, The Infantry School, Fort Benning, GA; ODCSOPS Action Officer, Headquarters, Department of the Army, Washington, D.C.; Commanding Officer, 2d Battle Group, 28th Infantry, Munich, Germany; Commanding Officer, Augmentation Readiness Group, Mannheim, Germany; Chief, Long Range Planning Division, Headquarters, Combat Developments Command, Fort Belvoir, Virginia. | Colonel Goldberg attended the United States Army War College. | His awards and decorations include: Legion of Merit w/ Oak Leaf Cluster, Combat Infantryman Badge 2d Award, Bronze Star Medal with four Oak Leaf Clusters, Purple Heart, Europe, Korea, Belgian Fourragere, Distinguished Unit Award.