May 26, 2018

Sivan 12, 5778


Bernard S. Rosen


Tammuz 23, 5762

October 11, 1932 to July 2, 2002

"Bernard S. Rosen, born in Paterson,NJ on October 11, 1932 to Anne & Raymond Rosen, the oldest of three boys.
After high school he went to work for Sears Roebuck in Paterson for three years before he was drafted into the US Army.
Sent to Camp Kilmer, Ft Dix, Sasebo, Japan and then Korea. Attached to the 2nd Division Medical Battalion 44th MASH Unit as a surgical dental technician during this police action. Was stationed approximately three miles from the line of battle. They took care of all indigenous persons as well as the wounded, both enemy and their own.
Some very interesting things took place and life in Korea was never boring. Listened to Radio Moscow to hear the latest propaganda that Moscow was putting out. Was happy to hear the General Eisenhower and the Congress decided on early releases for those that had the necessary points. He did and was home for the holidays.
Awards/Medals:US Presidential Unit Citation, Korean Service, United Nations Award, Korean Prsidential Citation, Good Conduct.
Married for 42+ years to Ellen and has one son, Martin who served in the MPS.
He was a Past 2nd District Vice Commander, and died July 2,2002 after serving his Post 695 Wayne for the 3rd time as Commander. "

US Army

Served from January 1, 1951 to January 1, 1953

Highest JWV Position

District Vice Commander

Post or Auxiliary

Wayne Post #695

Military Specialty

2nd Div Med 44th Mash




US Presidential,Korean Service,Good Conduct,UN