Beed, Milton Marion, SFC

Fallen
 
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Last Rank
Sergeant First Class
Last Service Branch
Infantry
Last Primary MOS
3060-Cook
Last MOS Group
Quartermaster Corps (Enlisted)
Primary Unit
1950-1951, 3060, 1st Battalion, 38th Infantry Regiment/A Company
Service Years
1945 - 1951

Sergeant First Class


Two Service Stripes



Four Overseas Service Bars


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Home State
Indiana
Indiana
Year of Birth
1920
 
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Casualty Info
Home Town
Indianapolis
Last Address
Not Specified

Casualty Date
Oct 31, 1951
 
Cause
Non Hostile- Died of Illness, Other Injury
Reason
Unknown, Not Reported
Location
Korea, South
Conflict
Korean War
Location of Interment
Hillcrest Memorial Park Cemetery - Norfolk, Nebraska
Wall/Plot Coordinates
Not Specified

 Official Badges 

Belgian Fourragere


 Unofficial Badges 




 Military Association Memberships
Korean War Fallen
  1986, Korean War Fallen5

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US Occupation of Japan
Start Year
1945
End Year
1952

Description
The Allied occupation of Japan at the end of World War II was led by General Douglas MacArthur, the Supreme Commander of the Allied Powers, with support from the British Commonwealth. Unlike in the occupation of Germany, the Soviet Union was allowed little to no influence over Japan. This foreign presence marked the only time in Japan's history that it had been occupied by a foreign power. It transformed the country into a parliamentary democracy that recalled "New Deal" priorities of the 1930s politics by Roosevelt. The occupation, codenamed Operation Blacklist, was ended by the San Francisco Peace Treaty, signed on September 8, 1951, and effective from April 28, 1952, after which Japan's sovereignty – with the exception, until 1972, of the Ryukyu Islands – was fully restored.

According to John Dower, in his book Cultures of War: Pearl Harbor/Hiroshima/9-11/Iraq, the factors behind the success of the occupation were:

    Discipline, moral legitimacy, well-defined and well-articulated objectives, a clear chain of command, tolerance and flexibility in policy formulation and implementation, confidence in the ability of the state to act constructively, the ability to operate abroad free of partisan politics back home, and the existence of a stable, resilient, sophisticated civil society on the receiving end of occupation policies – these political and civic virtues helped make it possible to move decisively during the brief window of a few years when defeated Japan itself was in flux and most receptive to radical change.
   
My Participation in This Battle or Operation
From Year
1946
To Year
1946
 
Last Updated:
Jan 14, 2018
   
Personal Memories
   
Units Participated in Operation

1st Cavalry Division Sustainment Brigade

 
My Photos From This Battle or Operation
No Available Photos

  38 Also There at This Battle:
 
  • Beckwith, Bruce Norman, Sgt, (1943-1946)
  • Ely, William Jonas, LTG, (1933-1966)
  • Niblo, Urban, BG, (1918-1955)
  • Nold, George, MG, (1917-1955)
  • Partridge, Frank, MG, (1917-1953)
  • Randle, Edwin, BG, (1917-1948)
  • Roper, Harry, MG, (1923-1955)
  • Sheetz, Josef, BG, (1914-1950)
  • Smith Sr., Kenneth, T/5, (1945-1946)
  • Smith, Edward, BG, (1918-1946)
  • Stokes, Jr., John, MG, (1918-1956)
  • Sturgis, Jr., Samuel, LTG, (1918-1956)
  • Swartz, Charles, BG, (1920-1957)
  • Tansey, Patrick, MG, (1918-1953)
  • Thorpe, Elliott, BG, (1918-1950)
  • Yingling, Harry Leroy, T/4, (1944-1946)
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