Lawton C. Rovegno
Colonel Lawton C. Rovegno was commissioned an Infantry Officer upon graduation from Officer Candidate School, 5 June 1947. His first assignment was as an Infantry Platoon Leader, 32nd Infantry Regiment, Korea. | His subsequent duty assignments include: A&O Platoon Leader, Post Engineer 1/32nd Inf., Korea; Company Executive officer, Battalion Adjutant, Army Security Agency Training Center, Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania and Fort Devens, Massachusetts.; Army Security Liaison Officer; Commander Collection Teams with the Forward units of the 40th Infantry Division, Korea; Radio Maintenance and Supply Officer of the 9th Army Security Agency Station, Clark, Air Force Base, Philippine Island, Operations Support Officer and S-2, 1st U.S. Army Security Agency Field Station, Warrenton, Virginia; Advanced Officers Training School (9640), Fort Devens, Massachusetts; Headquarters Company Commander, S-2, S-3, and Battalion Executive Officer, 320th U.S.A.S.A. Battalion, Bad Aibling, Germany; Army Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas; Deputy Director of Doctrine and Training Literature, and Battalion Commander, A.S.A. Training Center, Fort Devens, Massachusetts; Student Armed Forces Staff College, Norfolk, Virginia; Commander, 83rd Special Operations Unit, Thailand; Chief Troop Program Branch, ACSFOR, Department of the Army; Deputy Chief of Staff Management Information Systems, Headquarters, USASA; Deputy Commander 509th, USASA Group, Vietnam; Installation and Logistics Group, National Security Agency, Fort Meade, Maryland.