Myron M. Motsko
Colonel Myron M. Motsko was commissioned an Infantry Officer upon graduation from Officer Candidate School 4 August 1953, Class Number OC-58. His first duty assignment was as Tactics Instructor, Headquarters and Service Company, 8th Infantry Division, Fort Jackson, SC. | His subsequent duty assignments include: Platoon Leader, Company H, 502d Airborne Infantry, 101st Division, Fort Jackson, SC; Platoon Leader, Company I, 29th Infantry Regiment, Fort Benning, GA; Battalion Communications Officer, 2d Battalion, 9th Infantry, U.S. Army Alaska; Communications Officer, Headquarters 1st Battle Group, 9th Infantry, USARAL; Platoon Leader, Battalion Adjutant S-1, 40th Signal Battalion, Fort Gordon, GA; Company Commander, 362d Signal Company, Fort Gordon, GA; Signal Operations Officer, Signal Section, Headquarters I Corps, Korea; Instructor, Officer’s Department, Applied Communications Division, The Signal School, Fort Monmouth, New Jersey; Group Operations Officer S-3, Headquarters 7th Signal Group, USAREUR, Germany; Chief, Communications Division, Signal Section, Headquarters 7th Army, USAREUR, Germany; Radio Engineer, Headquarters 7th Army Communications Command, Germany; Battalion Commander, 43d Signal Battalion, 1st Signal Bde, Republic of Vietnam; Chief, Communications Systems Division, Signal Section, Headquarters U.S. Army Vietnam; Personnel Management Officer, Office of the D.CSPER, Headquarters Dept of Army; Chief, Signal Officer Assignments Section, Signal Branch, OPD, MILPERCEN; Assistant Chief of Staff for Communications-Electronics, Headquarters V Corps, USAREUR, Germany; Brigade Commander, 7th Signal Brigade, USAREUR, Germany. | Military schools attended include: Signal Advance Course, Armed Forces Staff College, United States Army War College. | His awards and decorations include: Legion of Merit, Bronze Star, Meritorious Service Medal with Oak Leaf Cluster, Air Medal, ARCOM with Oak Leaf Cluster.