134th Infantry Regiment Crest

134th Infantry Regiment

"All Hell Can't Stop Us"

35th Infantry Division emblem

T/Sgt Bernard A. Elliott

Company D, 134th Infantry Regiment


T/Sgt. Bernard A. Elliott and Mrs. Betty Elliott

Betty and Bernard A. Elliott

This photo and the following information was provided by Mr. James Elliott, T/Sgt Bernard Elliott's grandson. It is from his separation records and other sources.


ELLIOTT, Bernard A., ASN-20 722 140, SSN 506-14-2898, Tec Sgt (wore E-7 stripes)
2009 West 6th St.; 1818 West 3rd St.
North Platte, NE
DOB-22 Sep 1922, DOD-21 Sep 1989
BASD-26 Sep 1939
BPED-23 Dec 1940
ETS-21 Oct 1945
Separation Point-Camp Crowder, MO
Unit: Co. D, 134 Inf Reg, 35 Inf Div.

4 months Cpl Infantry Basic Training (521); Camp Robinson, AR; Pismo Beach, CA;
Camp Rucker, AL; Camp Bowter, NC
52 months Tec Sgt Heavy Weapons NCO (812); Portsmouth, England; Omaha Beach, 4 Jul 44
wounded in St. Lo, France, 31 Jul 1944;
returned to England 4173 USA Hosp. Plant.
1.5 months Tec Sgt Military Policeman (677); occupation in Paris, France, 786th Base Depot Co,

Heavy Weapons NCO- For 18 months in the European Theater and 34 months in the United States supervised the activities of a heavy weapons unit of the infantry. In combat this has included leadership in the tactical deployment of 35 heavy machine gunners. In the United States this has consisted of training and responsibility for the military conduct of personnel under his jurisdiction. He was wounded in performance of duty. Related Civilian Occupation- Foreman (5-90.000)

H.S. Diploma, North Platte H.S., NE

Civilian Occupations

Boilermaker Apprentice- (7-97.020) Employed with Union Pacific R.R. at North Platte, NE in 1940 as an apprentice Boilermaker repairing railroad engine boilers. He has been given instruction in welding, riveting in preparation for fabrication and assembly of boilers.

Plumber Apprentice- (7-96.100) Employed with North Platte Plumbing and Heating Co. at North Platte, NE from 1937 to 1940 as a Plumber's apprentice doing all types of general plumbing.

From WD AGO form 100: signed by Bernard A. Elliott and Dale E. Tompkins, 2nd LT, MAC

Weapons Qualifications: Carbine, Expert, 17 Mar 1944, 21 Mar 1944
HMG, Expert, 28 Mar 1944
Rifle 03, SS, Mar 43

Battles & Campaigns: Normandy and Northern France

Distinguished Unit Badge

Service Outside CONUS and Return: depart-12 May 1944, ETO, arrive-25 May 1944
Depart-02 Oct 1945, USA, arrive-12 Oct 1945

USA Service: 3yrs 4ms 28days
OCONUS: 1yr 5ms 1day

From WD WGO form 53.55

Bernard A. Elliott is buried at the Ft. Logan National Cemetery on Omaha St.


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