Have any additional information on your father DOB, and place.
DOB of Charles Driscoll August 2, 1911; place Springfield, KY
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Here is some information below.
According to the hospital ww2 hospital admission cards that were digitized. Here is copy below stating he was discharge for disability existing prior to service.
Full Name:Driscoll, Charle A
Admission Date:Nov 1942
Admission Place:Camp Forrest, Tennessee
Military Service Number:35461018
Branch:Infantry (or possibly Quartermaster)
Length of Service:5 - 6 months
Injured in Line of Duty:Not in Line of Duty, existed prior to entry into service
Discharge Type:Discharged for disability, not in line of duty (existed prior to service).
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