Alan W. Watt

Private Alan W. Watt was killed in action 8 January 1945 in Belgium.
The Courier-News 
(Bridgewater, New Jersey)
26 Jan 1945, Fri  • Other Editions  • Page 2
  • Born in Whitsable, England, August 24, 1910
  • Graduated from the Berkeley, California, High School, June 1928.
  • Enrolled in the University of California, Davis, August 1928.
  • Two-Year Curriculum in Agriculture.
  • Graduated in May 1930.
Military Histrory, service number 39049348
  • Inducted, Army of the United States, entered on active duty 29 March 1944, as Private.
  • Apr 44 to Aug 44; assigned to Company D, 84th Infantry Training Battalion, Camp Roberts, California.
  • Aug 44 to Sep 44; Army Ground Forces Replacement Depot #1. Ft. Made, Maryland.
  • Oct 44 to Nov 44; assigned to the 11th Replacement Depot, European Theater.
  • Dec 44 to Jan 45; Company A, 44th Armed Infantry Battalion, European Theater.
  • In service 0 years, 9 mounths and 10 days.
  • Bronze Star Medal
  • Purple Heart (Posthumous)
  • European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign Medal with two Bronze Service Stars for participation in the Rhineland and Ardennes-Alsace Campaigns.
  • World War II Victory Medal.
  • Combat Infantry Badge.
Source: Golden Memory Book

Alan W. Watt

Private, U.S. Army

44th Infantry Battalion, 6th Armored Division

Entered the Service From: California

Service #: 39049348

Date of Death: January 08, 1945

Buried: Plot E Row 4 Grave 45

Luxembourg American Cemetery

Luxembourg City, Luxembourg