Jimmy W. Stiglets
Colonel Jimmy Wiley Stiglets was commissioned a Military Police Officer on 7 February 1964, after graduation from Officer Candidate School Class OC-RC3, 54th Company, Fort Benning Officer Candidate School 12 August 1963. His first duty assignment was Criminal Investigations Officer, Team LC, 112th Military Police Battalion, Jackson, Mississippi. | His subsequent duty assignments include: Assistant S3, Hq 112th Military Police Battalion, Jackson, Mississippi; Platoon Leader, Executive Officer, 113th Military Police Company, Brandon, Mississippi; Adjutant, Detachment Commander, Executive Officer, Hq 112th Military Police Battalion, Jackson, Mississippi; S3, Mississippi Military Academy (MississippiARNG OCS), Jackson, Mississippi; Personnel Management Specialist, Hq State Area Command-Mississippi Army National Guard (STARC-MississippiARNG), Jackson, Mississippi; Battalion Commander, 112th Military Police Battalion, Jackson, Mississippi; Provost Marshall, Plans and Operations Staff Officer, Hq State Area Command-Mississippi Army National Guard, Jackson, Mississippi; Training Staff Officer, Hq State Area Command-Mississippi Army National Guard (STARC-MississippiARNG), Jackson, Mississippi; Unit Training Officer, Mobilization Colonel Stiglets has attended Hinds Community College, night school w/ William Carey College and recently attained a BS degree from the University of the State of New York in Liberal StudiesPlans Operations Officer, Plans Operations & Military Support Officer, Hq State Area Command-Mississippi Army National Guard, Jackson, Mississippi; and Chief of the Plans, Operations and Military Support Division, Headquarters, State Area Command, Mississippi Army National Guard, Jackson, Mississippi. | Colonel Stiglets is a graduate of the Command and General Staff College and has completed courses/instruction in Key Assets Protection, Operations Research & Systems Analysis, Joint Operations/Planning, Tactical Risk Management, International Terrorism, World Wide Military Command and Control System, Unconventional Warfare, Training Management Systems, Maintenance, Civil Disorder, and various Military Police qualification/refresher courses. He is branch qualified in Infantry, Intelligence and Chemical, as well as his basic branch of Military Police. He has also completed all requirements for qualification in Special Forces except for resident phases at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. | His military awards include: Meritorious Service Medal w/ 2 Oak Leaf Clusters (3 Awards); Army Commendation Medal (2 Awards); Army Achievement Medal; Army Reserve Component Achievement Medal w/ 3 Oak Leaf Clusters (4 Awards); National Defense Service Medal; Humanitarian Service Medal w/ 2 Devices (3 Awards); Armed Forces Reserve Medal; Army Service Ribbon; Mississippi Magnolia Medal; Mississippi Commendation Medal; Mississippi Medal of Efficiency; Mississippi War Medal; Mississippi Emergency Service Medal w/ 3 Silver Oak Leaf Clusters (16 Awards); Mississippi Service School Medal w/ 3 Silver and 1 Bronze Oak Leaf Clusters (17 Awards); Mississippi Longevity Medal w/ 1 Silver and 4 Bronze Oak Leaf Clusters (10 Awards).