John R. O’Shea
Colonel John R. O'Shea was commissioned an Infantry Officer upon graduation from Officer Candidate School Class 30-69, 19 September 1969. His first duty assignment was Training Officer, Company A 5-1st U.S. Army Infantry Training Center, Fort Benning, Georgia. | His subsequent duty assignments include Platoon Leader and Executive Officer, Company C, 1-29th Infantry, Fort Benning, Georgia; Platoon Leader 1-38th and Assistant G3, 2nd Infantry Division, Korea; Training Officer, Company E, 1-304th Infantry, 76th Division, Portsmouth, New Hampshire; Commander Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment, 1st Brigade, 76th Division, Portsmouth, New Hampshire; Commander, Company C, 2-304th Infantry, 76th Division, Saco, Maine; Adjutant, Head Quarters, 2-304th Infantry, 76th Division, Saco, Maine; Assistant Operations Officer, Intelligence Office, and Logistical Officer, Headquarters, 1st Brigade, 76th Division, Portsmouth, New Hampshire; Assistant Professor of Military Science and Executive Officer of Instructor Group at Southern University New York, Fredonia, New York; Mobilization and Readiness Officer, Office of the Chief of Army Reserve, The Pentagon; Congressional Liaison Officer, Office of the Secretary of the Army, The Pentagon; Congressional Actions, Office of the Chief of Staff Army Reserve, Pentagon; Director, Strategic Outreach Program, United States Army War College, Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania.
Fort Benning, Georgia
Director | Strategic Outreach Program | United States Army War College | Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania
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