Norman G. Delbridge
Brigadier General Norman C. Delbridge, Jr. was commissioned an Infantry Officer upon Graduation from Officer Candidate School 20 May 1947, class number 4. His first duty assignment was as Company Commander, Company B, School Battalion, Fort Belvoir, Virginia (United States Army of Engineers). | His subsequent duty assignment include: Platoon Leader/Project Engineer, Berlin Airlift, 252nd Engineer Battalion, Berlin, Germany; Company Commander, Company C, 10th Engineer Battalion, 3rd Infantry Division, Korea; Aide-de-Camp, Camp Zama, Japan; Assistant Professor, Military Science and Tactics, ROTC, Michigan State University; Assistant Area Engineer Chief, United States Army Engineer Division, Mediterranean (Ankra, Turkey); Group S-3, 937th Engineer Group, Fort Campbell, Kentucky; Operations Officer, Engineer Section, Headquarters, 1st Field Forces, Vietnam; Company Commander, 4th Engineer Battalion, 4th Infantry Division, Vietnam; Chief, Officers Assignments, Office Personnel Operations/Department of the Army, Washington, D.C.; Chief, Material Needs Branch, Plans Division/Chief, Surveillance Target Acquisitions, Office of Research and Development, Washington D.C.; District Engineer, United States Army Engineer District, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; DISCOM Commander, 3d Armored Division, Germany; Division Engineer, United States Army Division, South Pacific, San Francisco, California. | His awards and decorations include: Legion of Merit (OCL), Bronze Star Medal (Oak Leaf Cluster), Meritorious Service Medal, Air Medal (3), CM (3 (Oak Leaf Cluster), Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry.