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Conrad J. Aas

Born August 15, 1924, New Rockford, ND
Gender Male
Schools Attended

Fargo Central High School, North Dakota Agricultural College

Branch of Service Army
Additional Identifiers
Service Timeframe 1942 - November 11, 1945
War/Conflict World War Two 1939-1945
Principal Units and Locations

135th Infantry, 34th Division

Military Awards and Decorations


Conrad volunteered for the infantry at Fort Snelling, MN and received basic training at Camp Wolters in Mineral Wells, TX. He sailed across the Atlantic Ocean to Casablanca. Took a train to Bizetrte, and then in boats across the Mediterranean near Salerno. His company was in the field for 128 days without being out of the line. His Division moved toward Rome. The Division took 1500 Germans prisoner without resistance in the Powe Valley. The Division guarded the prisoners. Following the war, Conrad was discharged from the army at Camp McCoy, Wisconsin. He returned to school on the GI bill. He graduated in electrical engineering and took a job with Northern States Power in Minneapolis in 1949.