Daniel T. Cerone – Tactical Officer – Second Platoon

Lieutenant Daniel T. Cerone, Tactical Officer, 2nd Platoon, 51st Company, OC 1-66, Fort Benning, GA.Rank: Colonel (Ret)

Years of Service: 30

Retirement Date: January 1, 1991

Branches: Infantry/Aviation

Wife’s Name: Christine; Children: 4; Grandchildren: 5

City and State: Sarasota, Florida.

Awards: Legion of Merit (3), Distinguished Flying Cross,
Bronze Star, Purple Heart, Air Medal w/V Device (2), Air Medal (26).
 Inducted into the Infantry OCS Hall of Fame in 1990.

Badges: Combat Medical Badge

Honors: Member of the OCS Hall of Fame (1990)

Schools/Degrees:
B.S. Economics, University of Nebraska, Graduate Work Xavier University, Ohio.
Armed Forces Staff College, Norfolk, Virginia.

Summary of Assignments:
Special Forces – Enlisted: A Team, Two tours as a Special Forces Medic.
Tactical Officer, 2nd Platoon, 51st Company OCS, Fort Benning, Georgia.
Aviation – Two tours as a Bird Dog Pilot, The Delta and I Corp.
G-3 Avaition, 18th Airbourne Corps. Fort Bragg, North Carolina.
NATO Exchange Officer – Ottawa, Canada.
Director of Enlisted Accessions, DESPER. The Pentagon.
Director of Recruiting Operations, USAREC. Fort Sheridan, Illinois.
Brigade Commander, 1st RCT Brigade. Fort Meade, Maryland.

Post Military:
Regional Director for Honewell Security. Atlanta, Georgia.
Director of North American Operations for Honeywell International. Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Hobbies/Interests:
Golf and volunteer work in the community.

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