George Michael Lind

Colonel George Michael Lind
George Michael Lind

George Michael Lind

Colonel George Michael Lind was commissioned as an Adjutant General Officer upon graduation from Kansas State Officer Candidate School class 10-66, in June of 1966. His first duty assignment was as a Platoon Leader, 800th Replacement Company Tulsa, Oklahoma.

His subsequent duty assignments were: S-3 and S-1, 2nd Battalion, 297th Infantry Regiment, Bethel, Arkansas; Rotary Wing Aviator, 137th Aviation Company, Topeka, Kansas; Postal Officer and Assistant Adjutant General, 89th Infantry Division, Wichita, Kansas; Commander, 430th Personnel Services Company, Wichita, Kansas; Chief of Intelligence Division, Chief of Force Structure Division, and Chief of Schools Division, 89th Army Reserve Command, Wichita, Kansas; Chief, Programs, Office of Deputy Chief of Staff, Operations, Headquarters Department of the Army, Washington, D.C.; Associate Director, Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense, Force Management/Personnel Office, Special Operations Detachment, Washington, D.C.; Chief, Construction Management Office, Aircraft Repair and Supply Center, Office of the Chief of Army Reserve, Headquarters Department of the Army, Washington, D.C.; and Director, Resource Management Center, Army Reserve Personnel Center, St. Louis, Missouri. His last duty assignment was served as Special Projects Officer, Chief Army Reserve, Office of the Chief of Army Reserve for Headquarters Department of the Army, Washington, D.C.

His military education includes: Military Intelligence Officer Course, Command and General Staff College, Inspector General School, National Security Management Course, and Professional Military Comptroller School.

His highest military awards include: Legion of Merit, Meritorious Service Medal (2nd Award), Joint Service Commendation Medal, Army Commendation Medal, Korean Defense Service Medal, and Army Superior Unit Award.

Additional Information

  • Rank

    Colonel

  • Graduated From

    Kansas State Officer Candidate School

  • Graduation Year

    1966

  • Highest Award

    Meritorious Service Medal (2nd Award)

  • Branch Of Service

    Infantry