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Uniform of Col. William H. Bartlett

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Attributed Ike Jacket (with Theatre Made Ribbons)of Lt. Col (later full Colonel) William Harry Bartlett, who served from late 1915-1954, and was a recipient of the Silver Star, Legion of Merit, Croix d’Guerre, and the Soviet Order of the Great Patriotic War 2nd Class.


Colonel Bartlett was a 1920 West Point Grad who served as the Commanding Officer of the 183rd Field Artillery Group in 1944, the 307th Replacement Group in 1952, and the South East Area Command of EUCOMM in 1954.


He also served in various general staff roles with the 91st Division in 1942, the 8th Army in 1948, and Japan Logistical Command in 1953, and also served as a Professor of Military Tactics at Duquesne University.


In addition to this, after retiring from the Army in 1954, he earned his Masters Degree in Education from the University of Southern California at Los Angeles, and proceeded to teach Mathematics as a Professor at Cabrillo College.


He also was an active member of several civic groups, such as: The Mayflower Society (becoming Governor of its Monterey Colony Chapter), the Aptos Gardening Society, and the Retired Officers Society.












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