Robert E. Regan
Colonel Robert E. Regan was commissioned an Infantry Officer upon graduation from Officer Candidate School Class 413 on 24 February 1945. His first duty assignment was as Platoon Leader Infantry, Command of Transient TRP Unit Enroute ETO ASSGMT 3rd Infantry Division. | His subsequent duty assignments include: Plt Ldr C Co, 15th Inf 3rd Inf Div, European Theatre Operations; BN & Div Information and Education Officer (I&EO), 1st BN, 3rd Inf Div (ETO); Bn S-2, 1st Bn 15th Inf, 3rd Inf Div (ETO); Commanding Officer A Company, 15th Inf 3rd Inf Div (ETO); Commanding Officer, Hq Company, 432 Transportation Highway Command (USAR) Boston Massachusetts; Chief Supply Division, 7457 USA Terminal Unit (USAR) Boston, Massachusetts; Director Logistics, 1170 USA Terminal Unit (USAR), Boston, Massachusetts; Director Operations, 1170 USA Terminal Unit (USAR) Boston, Massachusetts; Deputy Commander 1170 USA Terminal Unit (USAR) Boston, Massachusetts; Commanding Officer, 1170 USA Terminal Unit (USAR), Boston, Massachusetts. | Colonel Regan is a graduate of Infantry Officer Candidate School, Fort Benning, Georgia; Army Information Education (I&E) School, Paris, France; CBR School, Fort Devens, Massachusetts; U.S. Army Installation and Management School, Fort Belvoir, Virginia; Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas; Commanding Officer Orientation Course and Senior Officer Preventive Maintenance Course, Fort Knox, Kentucky; Army Security Agency School, Fort Devens, Massachusetts; Naval Amphibious Training School, Little Creek, Virginia. | His military awards include: Legion of Merit, Combat Infantryman Badge, Bronze Star Medal, 1 Battle Star (Germany), Eame Medal, American Theatre Ribbon, World War II Victory Medal, USAR Medal w/ 10 Year Device, Army Occupation Medal (3 Bars).