Walter R. Bogart, Jr.
Colonel Walter R. Bogart, Jr. was commissioned an Infantry Officer upon graduation from Officer Candidate School 11 January 1943, Class Number 148. His first duty assignment was as Platoon Leader, Camp Adair, Oregon and European Theater of Operations, 276th Infantry, 70th Division. | His subsequent duty assignment include: Public Relations Officer, Headquarters, U.S. Forces, Frankfurt, Germany; Unassigned, 301st Organized Res Composite Group, Nashville, Tennessee; Publications Editor, TAG, Tennessee ORC Ctrl group, Washington, D.C.; Field Service Officer, TAGO, 3076th USAR Ctrl Group (Mob Des) Washington, D.C.; Selective Service Officer, 307-1 USAR Ctrl Group (Mob Des), Nashville, Tennessee; Administrator, Alameda, California; Special Assistant, Deputy Director, Selective Service System, Region IX Service Center. Colonel Bogart's awards and decorations include: Merit Service Unit Plaque, National Defense Service Medal, Air Force Reserve Medal; World War II Victory Medal, EAME Camp Medal, American Campaign Medal, Combat Infantryman Badge, Army Commendation Medal, Bronze Star Medal.