Albert G. Hume
Colonel (later Brigadier General) A. G. Hume was commissioned an Infantry Officer upon graduation from Officer Candidate School, 20 March 1943, class number 200. His first duty assignment was as Weapons Platoon Leader, 77th Infantry Division, (306th Inf), Camp Pickett, Virginia. | His subsequent duty assignments include: Platoon Leader, 77th Inf Div (306th Inf), Camp Pickett, Virginia; Company Commander, Reception Center, Fort Meade, Maryland; Recruiting Duty, 1659 ASU, Chicago, Illinois; Company Commander, 3rd Armor Div, Fort Knox, Kentucky; Battalion S-3, 502 AIR, Camp Breckenridge, Kentucky; Bn-Reg Advisor, KMAG, Korea; Aide-de-Camp, GHeadquarters FECON, Korea-Aide to Presidential Military Assistant; Student Officer, The Infantry School, Fort Benning, Georgia; Instructor, Tac Dept, The Infantry School, Fort Benning, Georgia; Student Officer, CGSC, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas; Ch, Manpower Contl-G1, USARCARIB, Panama Canal Zone; Ch, Req-G1, Headquarters, USARCARIB, Panama Canal Zone; Executive Officer, G-1 Sec Headquarters, USARCARIB, Panama Canal Zone; Deputy Brigade Commander, 1st Inf Div, Fort Riley, Kansas; ACoS G-3, 1st Inf Div & Post, Fort Riley, Kansas; Combat Arms Adv, MAAG Iran, Kermanshah, Iran; Author/Instructor, Def Sec, USACGSC, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas; Ch, Def Sec, DDO, USAG\CGSC, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. | Colonel Hume's awards and decorations include: Amer Camp Medal; As-Pac Camp Medal; WW II Vict Medal; AOM (J); Phil Lib Ribbon; Korean Svc Medal; Un Svc Medal; ROK PUC; Combat Infantryman Badge 2d Award; Bronze Star Medal w/3 Oak Leaf Clusters; ACR; USMC w/V device; EIB; NDSM; 2 O/S Bars.