BERNARD M. JASINSKI

BERNARD M. JASINSKI

BERNARD M. JASINSKI

Lieutenant Colonel Bernard M. Jasinski joined the 29th Infantry Division as a Second Lieutenant in 1942. He went to England with this unit and spent a year training with the British Commandos. | Lieutenant Colonel Jasinski was promoted to Captain in 1945, serving successively as a training officer with the Infantry Replacement Training Center, Fort McClellan, Alabama, S3 Reserve Command, 3rd Armored Division, Fort Knox, Kentucky, and with the Korean Military Advisory Group, Korea. He was promoted to Major in 1950 and was Assistant S3 and S4 for the Colorado Military District thru 1952. Lieutenant Colonel Jasinski returned to Korea in 1953, joining the Korean Military Advisory Group as advisor of a front line regiment, later serving as Assistant G2, 3rd Infantry, Alaska, 1958, the same year he became the S3 of the ROTC Summer Camp, Fort Benning, Georgia, later being assigned as an instructor of the Effective Writing Program and Army Management with the Infantry School, Fort Benning, Georgia, remaining in this capacity thru 1960. | Lieutenant Colonel Jasinski’s decorations include the Combat Infantryman Badge, Legion of Merit, and the Army Commendation Ribbon with Metal Pendant.

More Information

  • Rank

    Lieutenant Colonel

  • Graduated From

    Fort Benning, Georgia

  • Graduation Year

    1942

  • Highest Award

    Legion of Merit

  • Year Inducted

    1961

  • Branch Of Service

    Infantry

  • HF ID #

    HF_00125