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November 04, 1962 - Image 11

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The Michigan Daily, 1962-11-04

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First Lieutenant W i Il i a m F.
"Buck" Dawson, '39-'42
Oak Leaf Cluster to Bronze Star Medal
"For heroic conduct from 1900 hours on
28 January 1945 to 1600 hours on 29
January 1945 near HERRESBACH, BEL-
GIUM. First Lieutenant (then Second

WILLIAM F. (BUCK) DAWSON '41 was
promoted to the rank of Captain while serv-
ing in .Germany early in the summer. He is
editor of the Jayhawk, VII Corps weekly
newspaper/
Alarms 11/53
Second Lieutenant WILLIAM DAwsON, '39-
'42, is on detached duty at the Infantry
School, Fort Benning, Georgia, where he is
attending the officers' communication course.
He has served with the ski-troops at Camp'
Hale, Colorado, and was i s'o ed at
Fort Benning, July 5, 1943. 4
WILLIAM F. DawsoN,'48, former Man-
aging Editor of the Michiganensian, is a
First Lieutenant in the Army stationed at
Fort Bragg, N. C. He is doing public rela-
tions work for a General, and has done much
traveling around the country. i Sl#

LIEUTENANT W. F. DAWSON
Lieutenant) Dawson voluntarily offered
his services to accompany elements of
the Division Reconnaissance Patrol on
the latter's first foot patrol in deep snow.
During the entire twenty-one hours, his
skill and knowledge of snow patrolling
guided the platoon through the dangerous
and hazardous routes. Acting as lead
scout, First Lieutenant Dawson and his
second scout succeeded in surprising an
enemy road block, killing one of the en-
emy and taking several prisoners. The
patrol continued and, through his skill,
flushed several more of the enemy and
forced the withdrawal of the numerically
superior enemy force under intense fire.
First Lieutenant Dawson's aggressive ac-
tion, courage and skill instilled great con-
fidence in the men and enabled the pla-
toon to successfully accomplish its mis-
sion." AnM**- { 1/ y J

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