Ted R. Maddry
Colonel Ted R. Maddry was commissioned as a Quartermaster Officer upon his graduation from OCS Class #1 on 15 February 1963. His first assignment upon commissioning was as Company Commander, 524th Quartermaster Company (Petroleum Depot), 64th Quartermaster Battalion (Petroleum Operating), 921st Engineer Brigade, Fort Leonard Wood, MO. | His subsequent assignments include: Air Delivery Officer, 557th Quartermaster Company (AD), France; Commander, 557th Quartermaster Company (AD), France and Germany; Logistics Advisor, Republic of Vietnam; Chief, Logistics Division, USASATEC, Fort Huachuca, AZ; Chief, Service Division, Directorate of Industrial Operations, Fort Sill, OK; Exchange Officer, Australian Army, Canberra, Australia; Executive Officer, 260th Quartermaster Battalion, Fort Stewart, GA; Executive Officer, 24th DISCOM, Fort Stewart, GA; Commander, 553rd Supply and Service Battalion, Fort Hood, Texas; Deputy Assistant Chief of Staff (Materiel), 13th Support Command, Fort Hood, Texas; and Chief, JPO, J-4 USCENTCOM, MacDill Air Force Base, Florida; Project Manager, Petroleum and Water Logistics, St. Louis, Missouri. | Colonel Maddry is a graduate of the Quartermaster Officer Basic Course, Quartermaster Officer Advanced Course, Quartermaster Parachute Rigger Course, Airborne Course, Logistics Executive Development Course, Air Command and Staff College (USAF), Army War College, Project Management Course, Military Assistance Institute, and the Petroleum Products Analysis Courses. | His military awards and decorations include: Bronze Star Medal, Meritorious Service Medal w/ Oak Leaf Cluster, Joint Service Commendation Medal, Army Commendation Medal w/ Oak Leaf Cluster, Air Medal, Joint Service Achievement Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Humanitarian Service Medal, Army Good Conduct Medal, Overseas Service Medal, Vietnamese Service Medal, Vietnam Campaign Medal w/Device, Republic of Vietnam Staff Service Medal (lst Class) and Parachutist Badge.