Fred C. Hochreiter, AG2
The Korean Service Medal is a decoration of the United States military and was created on November 1950 by order of President Harry Truman. The Korean Service Medal was the primary United States decoration for participation in the Korean War and was awarded to any U.S. service member, who performed duty in the Republic of Korea, between June 27, 1950 and June 27, 1954.
The Navy Food Conduct Medal is awarded to any active-duty enlisted member of the United States military who completes three consecutive years of "honorable and faithful service". Service for the Good Conduct Medal must be performed on active duty. The Navy Good Conduct Medal is the oldest Good Conduct Medal, dating back to 26 April 1869.
Aerographer's mates observe, collect, record and analyze meteorological and oceanographic data; make visual and instrument observations of weather and sea conditions; operate meteorological satellite receivers and interpret and apply satellite data; interpret and brief radar imagery and data; interpret meteorological and oceanographic codes; verify meteorological and oceanographic products; evaluate recent meteorological and oceanographic developments for integration into local routines and enter data on appropriate charts; operate ancillary equipment for the processing, dissemination and display of environmental data; perform preventive maintenance on meteorological and oceanographic equipment; prepare warnings of severe and hazardous weather and sea conditions; forecast meteorological and oceanographic conditions; and prepare and present briefings concerning current and predicted environmental conditions and their effect on operations
Aerographer's Mate Second Class