Clarence E. Mosley
Major Clarence E. Mosley was commissioned an Infantry Officer upon graduation from Officer Candidate School Class 18-49 at Fort Riley, Kansas, 20 December 1949. His first duty assignment was as Platoon Leader, Company E, 24th Infantry Regiment, 25th Infantry Division, Korea. | His subsequent duty assignments include: Instructor, Leadership Training Detachment, Fort Dix, New Jersey; Commanding Officer, Heavy Mortar Company, Fort Kobbe, Panama Canal Zone; Commanding Officer, Company F, 365th Infantry Regiment, Fort Dix, New Jersey; Instructor, Reserve Officer Training Corps, Tuskegee Institute, Alabama; Special Agent, 513th Military Intelligence Corps Group, Frankfurt, Germany; Special Agent, 109th Military Intelligence Corps Group, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Information Officer, II Field Force Headquarters, Long Bingh, Vietnam; Commanding Officer, 16th Public Information Company, Phu Bai, Vietnam; Corporate Director, The Franklin Mint, Franklin Center, Pennsylvania; Assistant City Manager, City of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Auctioneer, Sheriff's Department, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Asset Protection Manager, The Rubin Organization, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Chief of Staff, Dekalb County Sheriff's Department, Decatur, Georgia. | His civilian accomplishments include Corporate Director, The Franklin Mint, Franklin Center, Pennsylvania; Assistant City Manager and Deputy Commissioner, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Chief of Staff, Dekalb County Sheriff Department, Decatur, Georgia. | At the time of his induction, Major Mosley was serving as Vice President, Board of Directors, The United States Army Officer Candidate School Alumni Association, Incorporated, Fort Benning, Georgia.