Albert D. Robison, Utah 1944 Bronze Star
T/gSt. Albert D. Robison (1907-1975), my Uncle Bert, who was awarded the Bronze Star Medal 1945. He served in the US Army from May 1942 to Nov. 1945 during WW II. He spent 22 months overseas in the European Theater and was awarded the Bronze Star Medal. His citation reads:
“Technical Sargent Albert D. Robison, signal corps, 59th signal battalion, United States army for meritorious achievement in connections with military operations against the enemy from June 14, 1944 to Nov. 1 1944 in France and Belgium. As chief of the the telephone repair section of the signal corps supply and repair platoon, Sergeant Robison has proven to be an outstanding leader. Assuming the responsibility for procuring wire and cable, not only for his own unit but for the corps troops being served as well, Sergeant Robison worked long hours during the day and night, driving great distances to keep the signal supplies in the hands of the rapidly advancing infantry.
His cheerful cooperative attitude and outstanding devotion to duty reflect great credit upon himself.”
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