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EARLE A. DEILY


Citation for Bronze Star Medal

HEADQUARTERS, V CORPS APO 305
GENERAL ORDERS 29 August 1944 NO 47
Picture of Earle A. Deily

I. Award of the Bronze Star: Under the provisions of AR 600-45, dated 22 September 1943, and Circular No. 66, Headquarters, First US Army, dated 18 May 1944, the Bronze Star is awarded to the following named officers and enlisted men of the United States Army:  

Lieutenant Colonel Earle A. Deily, K-100028, FA, 17th Field Artillery Observation, for meritorious service in connection with military operations against the enemy, as Battalion Survey Officer in England during the period 1 April 1944 to 31 May 1944. Entered military service from Pennsylvania.
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By command of Major General Gerow:
 
H. J. Matchett,
Colonel, G.S.C.,
Chief of Staff.


Citation for Bronze Star Medal (Oak-Leaf Cluster)
HEADQUARTERS

THIRD UNITED STATES ARMY APO 403  
GENERAL ORDERS 9 August 1945
NUMBER 210
SECTION 1 - Award of Bronze Star Medal (Oak-leaf Cluster).

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I. AWARD OF BRONZE STAR MEDAL (OAK-LEAF CLUSTER) -

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2. By direction of the President and under the provisions of Sec I, Cir 32, Hq ETO US Army, 20 March 1944, as amended by Sec I, kCir 56, Hq ETO US Army, 27 May 1944, in addition to to the Bronze Star Medal previously awarded, a Bronze Oak-Leaf Cluster is awarded for meritorious service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States during the respective periods indicated, to:

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Lieutenant Colonel EARLE A. DEILY, K100028, United States Coast and Geodetic Survey, Headquarters 17th Field Artillery observation Battalion, United States Army. 8 June 1944 to 8 May 1945 in FRANCE, BELGIUM, GERMANY and CZECHOSLOVAKIA.

CITATION:

Lieutenant Colonel Earle A. Deily, K-100028, United States Coast and Geodetic Survey, United States Army. For meritorious service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States during the period 8 June 1944 to 8 May 1945. Colonel Deily, attached to the 17th Field Artillery Observation Battalion, distinguished himself by his outstanding performance of duty. The professional skill and organizing ability he displayed and his untiring energy and loyal devotion to duty reflect great credit upon himself and the military service.

By command of General PATTON:

HOBART R. GAY,
Major General, U.S. Army,
Chief of Staff.





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