Brief  Military  File
of
        
DAVID  W.  DEMMY,  SR.
SERVICE NUMBERS
US 51 517 758
YEARS & MONTHS
US Coast Guard - Cape May, NJ 1966.
Honorable Discharge
SERVED:
PA National Guard 1967.
US Army  9 Feb 68 -- 29 Jan 70.
US Army Reserves  1970 -- 1979.
Honorable Discharge
Honorable Discharge
Honorable Discharge
WHERE SERVED:
Ft. Jackson, SC;     Ft. Ord, CA;     Ft. Knox, KY;     Ft. Dix ,NJ;
Ayers Kaserne, Kirchgöens, FRG; near Butzbach, Germany.
Fort Indiantown Gap, Annville, PA.
                                       
       
MISCELLANEOUS:
(experiences, rank, awards, etc.)
EXPERIENCE:
Advanced Infantry Training;  Armored Personnel Carrier Driver;
3rd Armored Division, NCO Academy Staff Personnel Sergeant.
441st Personnel Service Co., Personnel Management NCO, USAR.
Adjutant General Personnel Training.
RANK:
Sergeant First Class.
AWARDS:
Army Presidential Unit Citation Ribbon.
Sharpshooter Badge, With Auto Rifle tab.
Marksman Medal, With machine gun tab.
1   Good Conduct Medal with bronze clasp bar.
2   USAR Achievement Medal.
3   National Defense Service Medal.
4   Army Reserve Components Achievement Medal.
 
5   U S Army Cold War Victory Medal.
6  
Overseas Service Medal.
7   US Army Service Medal.
Letters of Appreciation.
Cold War Certification.
4 Honorable Discharge Certificates
 
GENERAL COMMENTS:
Born in Harrisburg, 1947 and raised in Colonial Park.  
Graduated from Central Dauphin High School 1965.
Harrisburg Area Community College
Inducted into US Army in February 1968.  
Boot Camp:  Fort Jackson, South Carolina
Advanced Infantry Training:  Fort Ord, California
Track Driver school – Armored Personnel Carrier, Fort Knox, KY
Departed Fort Dix, NJ - Arrived overseas in July 1968.
On Stand-By Alert:  Russia walked into Czechoslovakia, 
        Fall of 1968.
Personnel Staff NCO at 3rd Armored Division NCO Academy.
Attached to 1st Brigade Headquarters Ayers Kaserne, KG          
Departed Germany, January 1970; joined U S Army Reserve.
Received another Honorable Discharge, 7 February 1979.
Good
Conduct
USAR
Achievement
National
Defense
Armed 
Forces
Reserve
Cold  War 
Victory
Overseas 
Service
US  Army
Service
       
 
Welcome to the Rock, 
Ayers Kaserne
(U. S. Army Post) 
Outside of the small village of
Kirchgöens, Germany
Front   Gate
Tank in front of 1st Brigade Headquarters next to Flag Pole at Parade Field.
3rd Armored Division
Non-Commissioned Officers Academy
AETFON 
My home for a while!