Orders 7 Feb 1946

This document is from the National Archives at College Park, College Park, Maryland
Record Group 38, Box 74: Records of Inactive Naval Stations.


Advancement in rating of the below listed men is authorized upon receipt of this letter providing personnel are in all respects eligible. Cite this serial as authority when forwarding duplicate pages 9x to BuPers and NOTIFY OP-20-G OF EFFECTIVE DATING.

STATION-DAYTON, OHIO [stamped FEB 6 1946]

to X2c

HODGES, Evelyn Jean
MIMS, Annie Egeria
WONDERS, Lucile Mae

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