|Volume 1, No. 10||PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY 56th AAA BRIGADE||FRIDAY, 7 SEPTEMBER 1945|
Rules for Leave, Discharge
Do you want to speed action on your application for an emergency return to the U.S.A. or your application for a discharge on either age or dependency grounds? If you do, then the following information should be of interest and value to you.
Emergency Leave to USA
Regarding applications for emergency return to the United States, USSTAF says: "Although the policy has been liberalized, it is still necessary that application include Red Cross report and affadavit of applicant listing adult members of immediate family and their ability to cope with situation."
Applications for discharge by those 38 years of age and over can be submitted without quoting the authority.
One: Each application for discharge giving dependency as cause should be accompianed by notarized affadavits from three disinterested persons, such as neighbors, business acquaintances, etc.
Two: The application should include the complete address of the person submitting the application.
Three: The application should include the name and address of applicant's Local Board of Induction.
Four: The application should include the addresses of the persons claimed as dependents.
Five: Applicant himself must make affadavit stated reasons for requesting discharge.
Lights Eiffel Tower
In their role of illuminating historic Eiffel Tower, five
sections of the 225th AAA Searchlight Battalion are providing one of the most striking
displays in the USSTAF Exhibition currently showing in Paris.
225th Visits Tallest Peak in Germany
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