Julian M. Stoen
Colonel Julian M. Stoen was commissioned as an Infantry Officer upon graduation from Officer Candidate School, Class 24 Company, 15 September 1942. His first duty assignment was as a Platoon Leader, Camp Wheeler, Georgia. | His subsequent duty assignments include: Platoon Leader, Camp Wheeler, Georiga; Platoon Leader, Executive Officer, and Company Commander, Bravo Company, 115th Infantry, 29th Infantry Division, England, France and Germany; Company Commander, India Company, 85th Infantry, 10th Infantry Division, Fort Riley, Kansas; Company Commander and S-3, Alpha Company, 373rd Armored Infantry Battalion, Wildflecken, Germany; Senior Army Advisor, 49th Armor Division, Texas Army National Guard, S-3, 8th Cavalry Battle Group, 1st Cavalry Division, Camp Casey, Korea; S4 Officer, United States Army Garrison, Camp McCoy, Wisconsin; Comptroller, United States Army Transportation Command, Bremerhaven, Germany; Senior Army Advisor, I Corps, Fort Lawton, Washington; Headquarters Commandant, United States Army Engineer Command, Bien Hoa, South Vietnam; Senior Army Advisor, Sixth Army, Oregon Army National Guard, Salem, Oregon. | Colonel Stoen's military awards and decorations include: the Silver Star, Bronze Star w/ Oak Leaf Cluster, Purple Heart w/ Oak Leaf Cluster, Army Commendation Medal w/ Oak Leaf Cluster, European Assault Medal w/ 4 Bronze Stars and 1 Arrowhead, American Defense Service Medal, World War II Victory Medal, National Defense Service Medal w/ Bronze Star, Army Occupation Medal, Vietnam Campaign Medal with “60” Device, Vietnam Service Medal, Armed Forces Reserve Medal, Combat Infantryman Badge, Five Overseas Ribbons, Presidential Unit Citation.