Barry William Mawn
First Lieutenant Barry William Mawn was commissioned as an Infantry Officer upon graduation from Officer Candidate School class 22-69 at Fort Benning, Georgia on July 11, 1969. His first duty assignment was as a Platoon Leader, Charlie Company, 2/17th Infantry Regiment, 7th Infantry Division, Camp Kaiser, Unchon, South Korea.
His subsequent duty assignment was served as Assistant Operations Officer in Weapons Development, Fort Benning, Georgia.
His military education consists of Infantry Officer Candidate School, Fort Benning, Georgia. His military awards include the National Defense Service Medal and the Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal.
After Military Service, First Lieutenant Barry William Mawn served as an agent in the Federal Bureau of Investigation for 30 years. His notable assignments were: Special Agent in Charge, all FBI Operations in Eastern Half of Tennessee; Special Agent in Charge, all FBI Operations in New Jersey; Special Agent in Charge, all FBI Operations Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Maine. His last position before retirement was Assistant Director in Charge, all FBI Operations in New York City, Long Island, and West Chester County, New York, the largest field office within the FBI.
His Civil Service awards include: FBI Medal for Meritorious Achievement; Rank of Meritorious Executive – FBI from President William J. Clinton, 1995; Rank of Distinguished Executive – FBI from President George W. Bush, 2001; CIA Agency Seal Medallion, CIA General William J. Donovan Award for Excellence; United States Secret Service Director’s Honor Award, 2002; and the Military Order of the World Wars, Individual Law and Order Exceptional Service Award.