JAMES E. STACY
Lieutenant Colonel(later Colonel) James E. Stacy served in Europe during World War II as a Company Commander with the 175th Infantry. | Subsequent assignments were as an Assistant Inspector General in the Headquarters of the Third and Seventh Armies, the Third Infantry Division, and as an Inspector General with Headquarters, U.S. Constabulary, Europe. During the Korean conflict he was assigned as a Battalion Executive Officer with the 23rd Infantry in Korea and later as a Battalion Commander with the 20th Infantry at Forts Kobbe and Davis, Canal Zone. In 1956 he was assigned to the Salt Lake City High Schools as Professor, Military Science and Tactics. | Lieutenant Colonel Stacy has been awarded the Distinguished Service Cross, the French Croix de Guerre, the Bronze Star Medal, w/2 oak leaf Clusters and V device and the Combat Infantryman Badge, 2d Award.