High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Walter James Sabalauski
(March 31, 1910 - August 9, 1993) was born in Lithuania. His family
moved to the United States while he was a small child. From 1929 to
1937, he boxed professionally while living in the Chicago area. An
auto accident ended his career with an outstanding record of only
two defeats in 33 bouts.Command Sergeant Major Sabalauski entered
the U.S. Army in June 1941. During World War II, he served in the
Pacific Theater, fighting on the beachheads of the Solomon Islands,
Guadalcanal, and the Philippines. He later served in the Korean War
with the 187th Regimental Combat Team (Airborne) and 25th Infantry
Regiment. In 1963, CSM Sabalauski went to Vietnam for the first
time, where he served as an advisor to the 32d Vietnamese Ranger
Battalion. After service in the Dominican Republic in 1965, he
returned to Vietnam in 1966. It was during this tour that he fought
his most memorable battle.
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