John A. Frago
Colonel John A. Frago was commissioned an Infantry Officer upon graduation from Officer Candidate School Class 287A on 23 August 1943. His first duty assignment was as Platoon Leader, Company B, 14th Training Battalion, Infantry Replacement Training Center. | His subsequent duty assignments include: Assistant S-4, Infantry Replacement Training Center, Camp Wheeler, ga; Assistant S-4, Infantry Replacement Training Center, Camp Gordon, ga; Assistant S-4, Infantry Replacement Training Center, Camp Roberts, California; Battalion S-4, 3d Battalion, 2d Infantry Regiment, Camp Campbell, Kentucky; Supply Officer, USA Military Government, Seoul, Korea; Assistant Quartermaster Stock Control Officer, Utah General Depot, Ogden, Utah; Chief, Stock Control, U.S. Forces, Austria General Depot, Leghorn, Italy; Assistant Quartermaster Inspector General, Alameda, California; Logistics Officer, Military Assistance Advisory Group, Saigon, Vietnam; Chief, Quartermaster Assignment Section, Office of Personnel Operations, Headquarters, Department of the Army, Washington, D.C.; Battalion Commander, 3d Supply and Transport Battalion, 3d Infantry Division, U.S. Army, Europe, Wurzburg, Germany; Chief, Stock Control, USA Material Command, USA Europe, Zwiebrucken, Germany; Deputy Commander, Defense Depot Tracy, Tracy, California; Chief, Army Division, Defense Attache Office, Saigon, Vietnam; Readiness Coordinator, USA Readiness Region VIII, Denver, Colorado; and Lecturer in Management, California State University, Sacramento, California. | Colonel John A. Frago is a graduate of Infantry OCS, QM Basic and Advanced Courses, Associate Command and General Staff College.He holds a BS degree from the University of Maryland; Mississippi in Logistics Management, U.S. Air Force Institute of Technology; MBA, Golden gate University. | His military awards and decorations include: Legion of Merit w/ 3 Oak Leaf Cluster, Bronze Star, Army Commendation Medal w/ 1 Oak Leaf Cluster, American Defense Service Medal, South Pacific w/ 1 battle star, WWII Victory, Army of Occupation, Vietnam w/ 3 battle stars.