Huntleys In The Military

Albert Monroe Huntley

Born

8 July, 1927 in Sebastopol, California

Enlisted at Grangeville, Idaho

Died

11 May, 2009 at Orofino, Clearwater County, Idaho
Buried at Cottonwood Community Cemetery, Cottonwood, Idaho

Military Service

U.S. Navy 7 July, 1945 - 16 January, 1968 (WW II, Korean War)

Units

USS Platte (AO 24)
Fleet Activities Tsingtao, China
USNRTC North Hollywood, California
USS Chimone (AKS 31)
USS Ampere (ADG 11)
USS Surfbird (ADG 383)

NAS North Island, California
USS Renshaw (DD 499)

Hawaiian Area Field Food Service Team
North East Field Food Service Team

Highest Rank

Master Chief Commissaryman

Medals/Awards

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1

Good Conduct Medal (7 awards), American Area Service Medal

2

Asiatic Pacific Area Service Medal, World War II Victory Medal,
Navy Occupation Service Medal

3

China Service Medal, National Defense Medal (2 awards), Korean Service Medal (4 awards)

4

Antarctic Service Medal, Korean Presidential Unit Citation,
United Nations Service Medal

Remarks

The first of 8 brothers to join the military, Albert
served aboard the USS Platte during the Korean War.
The husband of Eileen (Gay) Huntley