He served in WWII on the Rhineland, Holland and European theater of operations, in the 102nd Infantry Ozarks Division as a Squad Leader receiving two purple hearts, an Oak Leaf Cluster, a Bronze Star and the Victory Medal.
What does ETO stand for?
ETO stands for European Theater Of Operations
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- Military and Government
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We have 75 other meanings of ETO in our Acronym Attic
- Enterprise Technology Organization
- Equity Take Out (mortgages)
- Ergenekon Terör Örgütü (Turkish: Ergenekon Terror Organization)
- Estimated Take-Off
- Estimated Time in Operation (aviation)
- Estimated Time of Overflight (air traffic management)
- Ethylene Oxide
- European Telecommunications Office
- European Telework Online (telecommuting)
- Eustachian Tube Obstruction
- Evasion Tactics Order
- Exchange Tender Offer (Eurotunnel)
- Exchange Traded Option (finance)
- Excise & Taxation Officer (Pakistan)
- Exercise and Training Officer (US FEMA)
- Expeditionary Theater Opening (US Department of Defense)
- Expiration Term of Obligation
- Express Transportation Order
Samples in periodicals archive:
His face was almost unknown to the troops, but he created the two best-known faces in the European Theater of Operations.
He then served in action with First Army for less than two months and commanding general of 12th Army Group (AG) in the European theater of operations from August 1944 until May 1945.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] If your unit is in the European Theater of Operations or deploying to Southwest Asia, the United States Army Publications and Distribution Center, Europe (USAPDCE) provides your publications and forms.
The author's goal is to examine the combat record of American soldiers as well as their collective performance in the European Theater of Operations (ETO).
He served in the European Theater of Operations during World War II in the 4th Armored Division of General George S.
She went on to describe her experiences as a nurse deployed into the European Theater of Operations in World War II.
SAMUEL EXLER (1923-2008) served in the Army during World War II and received a European Theater of Operations ribbon with three battle stars, a Bronze Star, and a distinguished unit badge.