Recently requested and received my father's military (Army) record from the National Personnel Records Center. His record was damaged in the fire in 1973. The left side is a bit burned, but is still (mostly) readable. I can understand much of the information, But some things are not obvious. My questions are- 3. GRADE- TEC 4 What is that? He was a mechanic and truck driver. I assume that was some sort of Tech? 6. ORGANIZATION OPN BN SEP CTR 1613 SCU No idea what that is 30. MILITARY OCCUPATION SPECIALTY AND NO. This is where it is a but burned, but it could be "OCCUPATIONAL COUNSELOR 262"? Hard to read the first word, but the "262" is pretty clear. 31. MILITARY QUALIFICATION AND RATE (e.i. infantry, aviation and marksmanship badges, etc.) EX W/RIFLE MM W/RIFLE 33. DECORATIONS AND CITATIONS I SERVICE STRIPE 2 OVERSEAS SERVICE BARS EUROPEAN-AFRICAN- MIDDLE EASTER CAMPAIGN MEDAL AMERICAN CAMPAIGN MEDAL GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL WORLD WAR II VICTORY MEDAL #? REASON AND AUTHORITY FOR SEPARATION (Far left of page is burned) ??V OF GOVT RR 1-1 (DEMOBILIZATION) AR 615-365 DATED 15 DEC 1944 55. REMARKS (This space for completion of above items or entry of other items specified in W. D. Directives) ERC TIME FROM 19 SEP 42 TO 30 OCT 42 LAPEL BUTTON ISSUED ASR SCORE (2 SEPT 45) 46 (? -hard to read)) Any help in understanding/interpreting is appreciated! Thanks!