Colonel Phillip Henry Glise

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Colonel Phillip Henry Glise

    Colonel Phillip Henry Glise

    Colonel Phillip Henry Glise was commissioned an Ordnance Officer upon graduation from Officer Candidate School 27 September 1967, Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Maryland. His first duty assignment was to attend the Missile and Munitions School at Redstone Arsenal, Alabama. | His subsequent duty assignments include: Brigade Motor Officer and Headquarters & Headquarters Company Executive Officer, 57th Ordnance Brigade, Republic of Germany; Security Platoon Leader, Executive Officer and Company Commander, 501st Ordnance Ammunition Company (Forward), 184th Ordnance Ammunition Battalion, Republic of Germany; Technical Support Officer, Company B, 1st Support Battalion, 199th Light Infantry Brigade (Separate), Republic of Vietnam; S-4, Assistant S-3, and Detachment Commander E Company (-), 4th Battalion, 12th Infantry, 199th Light Infantry Brigade, Republic of Vietnam: Liaison Officer, (11 Armored Cavalry Regiment), 185th Ordnance Battalion, 2nd Field Force, Republic of Vietnam; Commander, Company B, 122nd Infantry Battalion (TLAT), Covington, Georgia; Battalion S-1 and S-2, 1st Battalion 121st Infantry, 48th Infantry Brigade (Heavy), Dublin, Georgia; Battalion S-3 and Executive Officer, 1st Battalion 121st Infantry, 48th Infantry Brigade (Heavy), Dublin, Georgia; Brigade S-3, 48th Infantry Brigade (Heavy), Macon, Georgia: Commander, 2nd Battalion 121st Infantry, 48th Infantry Brigade (Heavy), Albany, Georgia; Transportation Management Officer, STARC, GA-ARNG, Atlanta, Georgia; Bradley Team Chief, Enhanced Brigade Training Strategy, Headquarters Army National Guard, Arlington, Virginia; Deputy to Special Assistant Commanding General-Army National Guard and Team Chief Mobilization Management Training Development/Directorate of Training (DOT), U.S. Army Infantry Center and School, Fort Benning, Georgia; Chief Training Development Division, Directorate of Training (DOT), Fort Benning, Georgia; Special Assistant to the Commanding General — Army National Guard, U.S. Army Infantry Center and School, Fort Benning, Georgia; Deputy Chief of Staff, Office of Mobilization Management, Headquarters STARCWA, Camp Murray, Tacoma, Washington; S-3 and Chief of Staff, 81st Combat Brigade Team (BCT), Camp Murray, Tacoma, Washington; Deputy Commanding Officer (DCO), 81st Combat Brigade Team (BCT), Camp Murray, Tacoma, Washington, and Iraq. | COL Glise is a graduate of the University of Memphis, Bachelor of Fine Art (BFA) and Master of Fine Art (MFA). He also holds a Master of Science Education (MSEd) from Troy University, Troy, Alabama and Professional Development, Green Belt, Project Management from Villanova University, Villanova, Pennsylvania. | His military training and education includes Basic Combat Training, Fort Campbell, Kentucky; Advanced Infantry Training /Platoon Leadership Development Course, Fort Ord, California; Officer Candidate School, Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Maryland; Missile and Munitions Maintenance Course, Redstone Arsenal, Alabama; Chemical, Biological and Radiation (CBR) Course, 7th Army Training Center, Republic of Germany: Interim TOW Vehicle (ITV) Course, Fort Benning, Georgia; Nuclear Biological and Chemical (NBC) Course, Fort Stewart, Georgia; Infantry Officer Advanced Course, Fort Benning, Georgia; Tactical Intelligence Course, Fort Bragg, North Carolina; Bradley Fighting Vehicle (BFV) Commander's Course, Fort Benning, Georgia; Nuclear Biological and Chemical Defense Course, Fort Benning, Georgia: Infantry Professional Update Course, Fort Benning, Georgia; Electronic Warfare Course, Fort Huachuca, Arizona; Joint Air/Ground Operations Course, Halbert Field, Florida; Command & General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas; Air Assault Course, Fort Rucker, Alabama; Senior Air/Ground Operations Course, Halbert Field, Florida; Senior Training Management Course, Fort Monroe, Virginia. | His military awards and decorations include the Legion of Merit, Bronze Star Medal (2 Award), Meritorious Service Medal (3 Award), Air Medal, Army Commendation Medal (2 award), Army Reserve Components Achievements Medal (5 Award), Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, National Defense Service Medal (3 Award), Good Conduct Medal, Republic of Vietnam Campaign Medal, Republic of Vietnam Presidential Unit Citation, Republic of Vietnam Gallantry Cross w/ Palm, Army Reserve Components Overseas Training Ribbon, Overseas Service Ribbon, Overseas Service Bar (3 Award), Army Service Ribbon, Armed Forces Reserve Medal w/ 10 Year Device (2 Award); Humanitarian Service Medal, Air Assault Badge, Combat Infantryman Badge (2nd Award)

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