|Object Name||Orders, Military|
A general order numbered 4 from Camp Bowie, Fort Worth, Texas, dated July 18, 1919.
1. Mindful of Orders termination the service of this Command as the Demobilization Group at the Camp Bowie Center, the Commanding Officer finds it a pleasant duty to commend each and every member for the part he has taken in the raising of the standing of this Command for fifth place to second, among the Demobilization Groups in the United States, according to official reports received late in June. It is anticipated that the forth-coming report may show farther progress.
2. In addition to the consciousness of duty faithfully performed, undoubtedly yours, take with you to Pike, Gordon, or civil life, my personal and appreciative thanks.
Bears the typed signature of F. A. Logan.
Has a purple stamp on the bottom.
From the World War One service of 1st Lt. then Cpt. Eldon F. Fuller, U.S. Army Infantry, R.C.; assigned to 18th Recruitment Squadron, 2nd Provisional Training Regiment, Aviation Camp, Waco, TX; 24th Co., 6th Trn. Bn., 162nd Depot Bde., 87th Div., Camp Pike, AR; Provost Guard, Military Police Co., Camp Bowie, TX; Casual Camp 2, Personnel Demobilization Center, Camp Bowie, TX.
|Date||July 18, 1919|
|Year Range from||1919|
|Year Range to||1919|
Camp Bowie, Ft. Worth, Texas