User:Überstadt/David George

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{ ! class="fn" colspan="2" style="background-color: #B0C4DE; text-align: center; vertical-align: middle;" | David LaVerl George |- | colspan="2" style="background-color: #B0C4DE; text-align: center; vertical-align: middle;" | 29 July 1924 – 19 October 2007 (83 years) |-

|- ! style="padding-right: 1em;" | Nickname | class="nickname" | "Curly" |- ! style="padding-right: 1em;" | Place of birth | Cassia County, Idaho, United States Flag of the United States.png |- ! style="padding-right: 1em;" | Place of death | Pocatello, Idaho, United States |- ! style="padding-right: 1em;" | Resting place | Blackfoot, Idaho, United States |- ! style="padding-right: 1em;" | Allegiance | Flag of the United States.png United States |-

|- ! style="padding-right: 1em;" | Years of service | 1943 - 1946 |- ! style="padding-right: 1em;" | Rank | Petty officer, second class |-

|- ! style="padding-right: 1em;" | Unit | USS Neshanic |-

|- ! style="padding-right: 1em;" | Battles/wars | Pacific War, World War II

|- ! style="padding-right: 1em;" | Awards | Combat Action
Good Conduct
American Campaign
Asiatic-Pacific Campaign (9 campaigns)
World War II Victory
Navy Occupation Service |- ! style="padding-right: 1em;" | Relations | Lady Kara, Baroness Rosewood (daughter)
Adam I of Überstadt (grandson)
Prince Aaron of Überstadt (grandson) |- ! style="padding-right: 1em;" | Other work | Farmer; mechanic |}

David LaVerl "Bert" George was an American farmer and auto mechanic who served in the United States Navy during World War II and was posthumously granted honorary Überstadti citizenship. He is the namesake of HMNS Bert George in His Majesty's Überstadti Navy.

Awards and decorations

David George received the following United States military awards and decorations:

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Combat Action Ribbon Navy Good Conduct Medal American Campaign Medal
Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal with one silver and four bronze service stars World War II Victory Medal Naval Occupation Service Medal with Asia clasp