Black Hawk County

Myles J. Kildee



Selected for officer candidate school in World War I and World War II is the unusual record of Myles J. Kildee, who has been ordered to report May 15 for officer training at Camp Lee, Va. The armistice terminated his officer’s training in World War I. In both wars, Kildee started as a private, being inducted in war II last Oct. 15. During his basic training at Fort Knox, Ky., he received five weeks of specialist’s training in supplies and completed the course was superior rating. He was transferred Jan. 26, to Camp Campbell, Ky., where he is now stationed. Before entering service, he was a partner in the law firm of Kildee & Kildee.

Source: Waterloo Daily Courier, April 14, 1943 (photo included)