Stanley L. Lapidow
Colonel Stanley L. Lapidow was commissioned an Engineer Officer upon graduation from Engineer Officer Candidate School at Fort Belvoir, Virginia Class 22-H-69, 8 August 1969. His first assignment was as an Engineer Platoon Leader with the 642nd Engineer Company (LE) attached to the 18th Engineer Battalion at Fort Devens, Massachusetts. | His subsequent duty assignments include: Engineer Platoon Leader, 18th Engineer Battalion (CBT), Fort Devens, Massachusetts; Company Operations Officer, 18th Engineer Battalion (CBT), Fort Devens, Massachusetts; Battalion Adjunct, 18th Engineer Battalion (CBT), Fort Devens, Massachusetts; Nuclear Weapons Officer (Technical Escort), 39th Ordnance Group (AMMO), Camp Kilmer, New Jersey; Company Commander, 50th Maintenance Battalion, 50th Armored Division, New Jersey National Guard; Assistant Division Chemical Officer, 50th Armored Division; Division Chemical Officer, 50th Armored Division; American Officer, German NBC School, Sonthofen, Germany; Chief of the 50th Armored Division’s Preventative Medicine Team; Environmental Science Officer, Environmental Science Officer, 358th Civil Affairs Brigade; Chief of the Public Health Team, Operation Restore/Uphold Democracy, Haiti; Deputy Director of the Multinational Force’s Civil Military Operations Center (CMOC), Operation Restore/Uphold Democracy, Haiti; Assistant Chief of Staff, G3, 358th Civil Affairs Brigade, Operation Restore/Uphold Democracy; Chief of the Public Facilities Team, 358th Civil Affairs Brigade. | At the time of his induction, Colonel Lapidow was employed by the State of New Jersey as an Environmental Engineer and Health and Safety Officer.