Francis J. Jennik
U. S. Army
In 1942 Francis attended 1 semester of Engineering at Marquette University. While there he joined the Army Enlisted Reserve Corps. In March, 1943 he enlisted in the U.S. Army and completed his training in the Army Air Corp Atlantic City, New Jersey. Later he attended the Wire Chief Central Office School at Signal Corps Camp Crowder, Missouri. In 1944 transferred to Company F 262 Infantry Regiment 66th Infantry Division Camp Robinson, Arkansas. In September, 1944 assigned to the Medical Administrative Corps Officer Candidate School in Camp Barkley, Texas. Promoted to 2nd Lt. and transferred to Nichols Genberal Hospital in Louisville, Kentucky Transferred overseas as asst. Detachment Commander 251 Station Hospital Tarlac Place Army of Occupation Tokyo, Japan. In March 1946 returned to the US thru Fort Lawton, Washington. Released from active duty from Camp McCoy April, 1946. Army Reserve medical instructor at Fort McCoy, Camp Atterbury, Indiana, Fort Sam Houston and Sandia Base, New Mexico. In 1953 Promoted to Captain. Promoted again to Major in 1960. Graduated Command And General Staff College Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. Promoted Lt. Col. 1973.Attended Security Seminar Viterbo College La Cross, WI and Senior Officer’s Training Course at Fort Sill, Oklahoma. Retired U.S. Army Reserve 1977.