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Izumi from Start to Finish in WWII
(Ones Highlighted in Red are New)
(Most of the Exhibits below come from Izumi's WWII Army Service Records)

September 18, 1943 Registration Card filled out on Izumi’s 18th Birthday in Des Moines, IA.
(Exhibits #1 & #2)

June 24, 1944 Inducted into the Army at Camp Dodge, IA ASN 37 699 072 (Inactive between June 24, 1944 - August 2, 1944)
(Exhibit #29)

August 3, 1944 Date of Entry into Active Service arrives at the Welcome Center in Fort Logan, Colorado.
(Exhibit #28)

August 9, 1944 –  August 16, 1944 Travels between Fort Logan, CO and Camp Blanding, FL.
(Exhibit #22) (From page 16 of the WWII Army Service Records PDF)

August 16, 1944 - December 15, 1944 Izumi spends 17 Weeks in Basic Training at Camp Blanding, FL as a part of 208 Battalion Recruit Training Company A (RTC).
(Exhibits #45 & Exhibit #47) (From pages 20 & 9 of the WWII Army Service Records PDF)

September 9, 1944 Izumi wrote a letter to the Army from Basic Training.
(Exhibit #53)

December 15, 1944 to December 20, 1944 Izumi then travels between Camp Blanding, FL to Fort Benning, GA, graduates from Parachute School (1st Parachute Training Regiment) January 19, 1945 at Fort Benning, GA.
(Exhibit #30) (Exhibit #50) (From page 30 of the WWII Army Service Records PDF)

January 22, 1945 to February 9, 1945 goes on Furlough after Graduating from Jump School at Ft. Benning.
(Exhibit #31 & Exhibit #41) (From pages 11 & 14 of the WWII Army Service Records PDF)

March 24, 1945 Signs a Document at Ft. Benning, Georgia
.
(Exhibit 27)

March 27, 1945 Leaves Ft. Benning, Georgia
(Exhibit #5) (From page 18 of the WWII Army Service Records PDF)

April 1, 1945 Leaves Ft. Benning, Georgia for Ft. Meade, Maryland Arrives.
(Exhibit #33) (From page 24 of the WWII Army Service Records PDF)

April 5, 1945 Leaves USA and arrives in Europe April 18, 1945 Izumi leaves USA as a part of Ground Force Replacement System (GFRS)
(Exhibits #32 & Exhibits #48) (From pages 22 & 11 of the WWII Army Service Records PDF)

April 21, 1945 – April 28, 1945 at the 6900th Reinforced Depot
(Exhibits #7 & #8 & Exhibit #30) (Morning Reports) (From page 8 of the WWII Army Service Records PDF)

April 28, 1945 Joins Service Company 506th Parachute Infantry 101st Airborne Division.
(Exhibits #7 & #8) (Morning Reports)

May 16, 1945 joins Company G 506th Parachute Infantry 101st Airborne Division.
(Exhibit #14, #15, #16) (From Morning Reports)

June 6, 1945 Promoted to Private First Class
(Exhibit #46) (From page 8 of the WWII Army Service Records PDF)

October 12, 1945 Court-martialed
(Exhibit #35 & Exhibits #36 & #38) (From page 12 of the WWII Army Service Records PDF) 

October 16, 1945 joins Company F 508th Parachute Infantry 82nd Airborne Division.
(Exhibits #23 & #24 & Exhibit #34) (Morning Reports) (From page 26 of the WWII Army Service Records PDF)

December 15, 1945 to December 24, 1945 in Hospital.
(Exhibits #43 & #44) (From Morning Reports)

May 8, 1946 joins 3rd Replacement Depot.
(Exhibit #40) (From page 26 of the WWII Army Service Records PDF)

May 21, 1946 leaves the European Theater
(Exhibit #49) (From page 11 of the WWII Army Service Records PDF)

May 30, 1946 arrives back in the United States of America.
(Exhibit #49) (From page 11 of the WWII Army Service Records PDF)

June 15, 1946 leaves the US Army at Separation Center Camp Beale, CA.
(Exhibit #42) (Form 53-55 Discharge)



October 21, 2019
(Updated February 22, 2020)
(Updated November 7, 2022)

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