In Memoriam of my Father,

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

 

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

November 1914 July 1973

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U.S. Army

(Enlisted)

3 April 1937 - 25 April 1940

 

U.S. Army

(Non-Com)

26 April 1940 - 20 July 1942

Sgt. 3rd Student Training Regiment, ISSC

Fort Benning, Georgia

 

U.S. Army

(Commissioned)

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)

 

FIVE CAMPAIGNS

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 © MMXXII, JM Miller