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I've had two batches so far that have a "ASRS" field, which looks like it could be the age. Could we get someone to research and give an official response on what that field means?
 
I've had two batches so far that have a "ASRS" field, which looks like it could be the age. Could we get someone to research and give an official response on what that field means?
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== Meaning of ASR on the Passenger lists for US Soldiers ==
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ASR -- is not age it is Advanced Service Rating Score [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Advanced_Service_Rating_Score http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Advanced_Service_Rating_Score]
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the system that the US Army used at the end of World War II in Europe to determine which soldiers were eligible to be sent back to the United States for discharge from military service.

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I've had two batches so far that have a "ASRS" field, which looks like it could be the age. Could we get someone to research and give an official response on what that field means?

Meaning of ASR on the Passenger lists for US Soldiers

ASR -- is not age it is Advanced Service Rating Score http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Advanced_Service_Rating_Score

the system that the US Army used at the end of World War II in Europe to determine which soldiers were eligible to be sent back to the United States for discharge from military service.