I was hoping someone could help me decipher some details from my granduncle, George Donovan's discharge papers:- George fought in the 105th Infantry Regiment on Makin, Saipan and Okinawa during WWII. He was honourably discharged in New York on 22nd December 1945. Q1 - His papers say under the 'Reason and Authority for Separation' section - "Certificate of Disability for Discharge Section 1 AR 615-361 4 Nov 1944 and 1st Indorsement ASF Convalescent Hospital (ZI) Camp Upton NY 22 Dec 1945." What does this mean? I know he was sent to the 98th Portable Surgical Hospital in Okinawa in August 1945 but have no idea what for. Medical records from a decade later state he suffered from chronic bronchitis and a continual cough. Q2 - In the 'Remarks' section - "Separated from Service on a Partial Service Record and Affidavit from Soldier." He was drafted into the army in 1942 and was supposed to stay until the end of the war plus six months. Is that why it is referred to as a "Partial Service Record"? Q3 - In the 'Battles and Campaign' section he is referred to as having being involved in the "Western Pacific", "Southern Philippines" and "Luzon" campaigns but an Order of Battle from the 105th Infantry Regiment states that their campaigns were "Central Pacific", "Western Pacific" and "Ryukyus". I know he was with the 105th from start to finish and was never transferred out of it. Would discharge papers include mistakes like this? Any help on any of these points would be much appreciated. I'm trying to get as clear an idea of George's service and discharge as possible. Thanking you, Jonathan.