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    US Army Officers Guide WW2

    US Army Officers Guide WW2

    A copy of the Officers Guide for American Officer candidate Chalfont.

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    Default Randolph Wakefield Chalfant 1919-2004

    Greetings,

    Last name is Chalfant.

    Best Regards,

    V/r Lance

    Double click on images to enlarge.

    Here is a 1943 public affairs release about graduating from Officer Candidate School (initially, he was drafted as an enlisted man in 1942) while at Fort Belvoir.
    US Army Officers Guide WW2

    Next, a 1947 dated article while he returned to college after the war.
    US Army Officers Guide WW2

    A url's link to his obituary.
    Randolph Wakefield Chalfant, 85, architect, museum curator - Baltimore Sun

    And last, another article about his interests.
    Youthful encounters influenced Chalfant's interests - Baltimore Sun



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    Thank you for the extra info Lance, for some reason the links to Baltimore Sun don't open for me at the moment but I will try again later. I'm very much obliged to you for looking these up.

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    I took his obit (the worthier of the two articles) and turned it into a downloadable .pdf file. Hopefully, this works.

    Best,

    V/r Lance

    P.S. For an obituary, it is informative and very well written.


    Randolph Wakefield Chalfant OBIT.pdf

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    Lance,

    You have some great research skills...

    Could use someone like you as a history specialist at the 1st Armored Division Museum...

    I'm swamped with inquiries and filling in as the Director... I wish we had some openings...

    Best regards, stay safe

    Smitty

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    Thank you Lance for sorting the PDF for me, what a character Randolph Chalfant was. I'm pleased to have a tiny part of his life on my bookshelf. Happy collecting. Stay safe.

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