Kenneth R. Lamison

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Kenneth R. Lamison

Colonel Kenneth Richard Lamison was commissioned a Cavalry Officer upon graduation from Officer Candidate School Fort Knox, Kentucky, Class 9, 22 August 1942. His first duty assignment was Platoon Leader, 3rd Platoon, Company F, 37th Armored Regiment, 4th Armored Division, Watertown, New York. | His subsequent duty assignments include: Maintenance Officer, Company C, 37th Tank Battalion, Camp Bowie, Texas; Company Commander, Company C, 37th Tank Battalion, European Theater; Maintenance Officer, Cavalry School, Fort Riley, Kansas; Weapons Instructor, Cavalry School, Fort Riley, Kansas; Troop Commander, 3rd Mechanized Cavalry Reconnaissance Squad, Fort Meade, Maryland; S3 Staff Officer, Headquarters 2nd Constabulary Brigade, Munich, Germany; SGS Headquarters, VII Corps, Mohrengon, Germany; Instructor/Detached Commander, Armor 1802nd SP Regiment, West Point, New York; G3 Plans Officer, Headquarters 7th Army, Stuttgart, Germany; Battalion Commander, 3rd Med Tank Battalion, Mannheim, Germany; Headquarters Department of the Army, DESPER (Chief Troop Basis), Washington D.C.; Joint Staff, J-1, Washington D.C.; U.S. Military Assistant Commander, J-1, Vietnam; Brigade Commander, 1st Brigade, 3rd Armored Division, Kirchgons, Germany; Director C&S Department, The Armor School, Fort Knox, Kentucky; Director of Instruction, The Armor School, Fort Knox, Kentucky; Assistant to Deputy Assistant Commander, The Armor School, Fort Knox, Kentucky.

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