James R. Daniel
Brigadier General James R. Daniel was commissioned an Infantry Officer upon graduation from Officer Candidate School on 17 June 1960, Class Number 3-60. His first duty assignment was as Infantry Platoon Leader, Company D, 58th Infantry, Fort Benning, GA. | His subsequent duty assignments include: Instructor, USAIS Dept, Ranger, Fort Benning, GA; Platoon Leader, Company D, 323rd Regiment, 108th Division, Clemson, SC; S-3-B Team, Company C, 2nd SF GP (Airborne) 1st SF (OP Det 2B), Louisville, KY; Staff Officer, 5010th USAR Hospital, Louisville, KY; Command and General Staff College Instructor, 2074th USAR School, Louisville, KY; Chaplain, XXIII Corps Artillery Headquarters KentuckyARNG, Louisville, KY; Commander, HHD, KentuckyARNG, Fort Knox, KY; Commander PEC, HHD, KentuckyARNG, Camp Robinson, AR. | His awards and decorations include: Meritorious Service Medal, Army Commendation Medal, Kentucky Distinguished Service Medal. | Military schools attended include: Airborne, Ranger, ITC-UAAIS, Assoc Infantry Career Course, Command and General Staff College, Industrial College of the Armed Forces, Pathfinder, Air War College.