In Memoriam of my Father,

...and all of The Greatest Generation. "Principles are everything!"  –jM Miller


Click to visit one of American history's most revered Army Divisions.

November 1914 July 1973


U.S. Army


3 April 1937 - 25 April 1940


U.S. Army


26 April 1940 - 20 July 1942

Sgt. 3rd Student Training Regiment, ISSC

Fort Benning, Georgia


U.S. Army


21 July 1942 - 10 July 1945

1st. Lt. Company Commander

(Combat Field Promotion)

30th Infantry, Company L

3rd Division

Fort Stewart, Georgia


Honorable Discharge

8 November 1945

(Combat Medical Disability)



Algeria French-Morocco Campaign

(8 November 1942)

"Operation Torch"


Tunisian Campaign

(17 November 1942)


Sicilian Campaign

(9 July 1943)


Naples-Foggia Campaign

(9 September 1943)


Rome-Arno Campaign

(22 January 1944)


From engaging Rommel's Afrika Korps to clearing buildings with hand grenades and a machine gun in face-to-face combat, Lt. Miller led a company of men throughout Sicily and Italy, who each, by their valor, their suffering, and their quiet resolve to win, defined the very essence of Americans, which history calls: The Greatest Generation.

Copyright © MMXXIII,  jM Miller