Jack V. Prysock
Colonel Jack V. Prysock was commissioned an Infantry Officer upon graduation from Officer Candidate School 22 May 1945, Class 449. His first duty assignment was as an Instructor, Company B, 126th Battalion, 32d Training Regiment, Camp Livingston. | His subsequent duty assignment include: Platoon Leader, Company D, 343d Infantry, Philippines; Unit Officer, Company H, 330th Infantry; Platoon Leader/Executive Officer, Heavy Mortar Company, 17th Infantry; Tactics Instructor, 10th Reconnaissance Company, 10th Infantry Division, Fort Riley Kansas; Company Commander, Company K, 196th, Alaska; Company Commander, Company K, 153 Infantry Regiment; United States Army Reserve (USAR) Infantry Advisor, USAR Advanced Group, Boise, Idaho; Assistant G-3, Headquarters, USAR, Alaska; Assistant SGS, Headquarters, Department of the Army, OCSA, Pentagon; Chief, Training Center Branch, USA Elem USMACV (Advisor to Vietnamese Training Command); Chief, Manpower Survey Teams, Headquarters, United States Continental Army Command; Brigade Executive Officer/Division G-2, 2d Infantry Division, Korea; Chief Manpower Control Division/SGS/Senior Advisor to 97th United States Army Command (USACOM), First United States Army, Fort Meade, Maryland. | His awards and decorations include: Legion of Merit; Bronze Star with Oakleaf Cluster; Meritorious Service Medal; Purple Heart; Combat Infantryman Badge; Vietnam Honor Medal 1st Class; Expert Infantry Badge; Army General Staff Badge.