The first document is an honorable discharge from the Oregon National Guard that is transcribed here:
On the reverse side are many details of his service. He enlisted in Portland, Oregon on September 28, 1915, for six years. He was awarded Marksmanship Sharpshooter in 1916. He served in the Mexican Border Service from June 27, 1916 to September 20, 1916. He was single, had excellent character, and was honest and faithful. There is not birth date given, and the only record found of his birth was in the 1900 US Census, where he is noted as being born in June of 1893.
The next document is the following letter from Albert sent home from France during WWI. He would not survive the war.