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George L. Beyer, Honorable Discharge, December 26, 1944.

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Military Education 14. Name or type of school-course or curriculum-duration-description Army Specialized Training Program - Pennsylvania State College - Engineering - completed 3 phases of 3 months each. Officer Candidate School - Engineers - Fort Belvoir, Virginia - 4 months. Civilian Education 15. Highest Grade Completed 1 year College 16. Degrees or Diplomas None 17. Year Left School 1942 18. Name and Address of Last School Attended Colorado State College Fort Collins, Colorado 19. Major Courses of Study Mechanical Engineering Other Training or Schooling 20. Course-Name and Address of School-Date None 21. Duration Civilian Occupations 22. Title-Name and Address of Employer-Inclusive Dates-Description Student. College: (X-02) Completed 1 year of College prior to entering the Army. Served 1 year in the CCC as a construction foreman. Additional Information 23. Remarks Enlisted Service: 24 months. Awards: American Theater Medal; Asiatic-Pacific Theater Medal with 1 battle star; Good Conduct Medal; and the World War II Victory Medal. 24. Signature of Person Being Separated George L. Beyer 25. Signature of Separation Classification Officer M M Dolnick 26. Name of Officer (Typed or Stamped) M. M. Dolnick, 2nd Lt. MAC U. S. Government Printing Office 16-45815-1