John H. Bailey Ii
Major General John H. Bailey II was commissioned an Ordnance Officer upon graduation from Officer Candidate School, 10 May 1967. | His subsequent duty stations include: Platoon Leader; 101st Airborne Division, Fort Campbell, Kentucky and the Republic of Vietnam. Staff Officer; Fort Bragg, North Carolina; Fixed Wing Aviator; Fort McClellan, Alabama; Aviation Offshore Sales Plan Officer; US. Army and Long Bing, South Vietnam; Assistant Professor of Military Science, Alcorn State University, Lorman, Mississippi; Operations Officer; 202nd Battalion Second Military Police Group, Houston, Texas; Executive Officer; Second Military Police Group, Houston, Texas; Deputy Commanding General; Second Military Police Group, Texas State Guard, Houston, Texas; Commanding General, Texas State Guard, Camp Mabry, Texas. | Major General Bailey II has attended: Army Ordnance Center and School, Officer Candidate School. Army Aviation School, Fixed Wing Aviators Course, US. Army Ordnance Center and School for the Ordnance Officer, Advanced Course, Command and General Staff College, Command and General Staff Officer Course. | His military awards and decorations include: the Soldier’s Medal (For Heroism in the Republic of Vietnam), Bronze Star w/ Oak Leaf Cluster, Meritorious Service Medal, Air Medal (numeral 1), Army Commendation Medal( w/ 2 “V” devices for Heroism), Armed Forces Service Medal, Vietnam Cross for Gallantry, Lone Star Distinguished Service Medal, Vietnam Campaign Medal (7 Campaign Stars), Texas Medal of Merit and the Adjutant General’s Individual Award (2 Stars).