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Assigned: 125th Company 3rd Battalion, 2nd Student Regiment
Highest Rank: Private First Class
Entered Service: 10/20/1950
Exited Service: 6/10/1954
Gender: male
Basic Training: Camp Atterbury, Indiana
Place of Separation: Fort Hayes, Columbus, Ohio
From City: Delphos
From State: Ohio
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  6/10/1954 With just 2 years left to serve in the Army Reserve Richard Wrasman enlisted in the Air Force because he did not like the Army. He would be required to server just 2.5 yrs in the Air Force to complete his service to his country.

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  The commitment was to put 6 years in the Army and Richard was not up for that so he enlisted in the Air Force to force a discharge from the Army. The commitment was to put 6 years in the Army and Richard was not up for that so he enlisted in the Air Force to force a discharge from the Army. Honorably Discharged on October 20 1950 and transfered to Army Reserve. Honorably Discharged on October 20 1950 and transfered to Army Reserve. 125th Company 2nd Battaltion Student Regiment. Fort Benning, Georgia. 125th Company 2nd Battaltion Student Regiment. Fort Benning, Georgia.
  Richard Wrasman. Richard Wrasman. Richard is to the right. Richard is to the right. Basic Training, Camp Atterbury, Indiana 1951. Basic Training, Camp Atterbury, Indiana 1951.