Daniel James III
Lt. Gen. Daniel James III was the director of the Air National Guard from June 1994 to June 2006 when he retired from the Air Force. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology, from the University of Arizona, Tucson, and attended Air Command and staff collage in 1981 and the National Security management course in 1992.
He performed 500 combat flying hours on southeast Asia and earned two distinguished flying crosses. He was the first African-American to become the director of the Air National Guard
Major awards and decorations
- Distinguished Service Medal (Air Force)
- Legion of Merit
- Distinguished Flying Cross (United States) with oak leaf cluster
- Meritorious Service Medal
- Air Medal with silver and bronze oak leaf clusters
- Air Force Commendation Medal
- Air Force Achievement Medal
- Presidential Unit Citation (United States)
- Air Force Outstanding Unit Award with "V" device and oak leaf cluster
- Combat Readiness Medal with silver and bronze oak leaf clusters
- National Defense Service Medal with two bronze stars
- Vietnam Service Medal with four bronze stars
- Global War on Terrorism Service Medal
- Air Force Longevity Service Award Ribbon with silver and three bronze oak leaf clusters
- Armed Forces Reserve Medal with gold hourglass device
- Small Arms Expert Marksmanship Ribbon
- Air Force Training Ribbon
- Vietnam Gallantry Cross with Silver Star
- Republic of Vietnam Campaign Medal
- Order of the Sword (United States) # 221
- June 1968 - June 1969, student, undergraduate pilot training, Williams Air Force Base, Ariz.
- June 1969 - August 1970, forward air controller, Cam Ranh Bay Air Base, South Vietnam
- August 1970 - July 1972, squadron instructor pilot, Williams AFB, Ariz.
- July 1972 - February 1973, squadron flight training class commander, Williams AFB, Ariz.
- February 1973 - December 1973, air operations staff officer, Headquarters U.S. Air Force, Washington, D.C.
- December 1973 - June 1974, U.S. Air Force conversion training course, George AFB, Calif.
- June 1974 - May 1975, squadron assistant flight commander, Udorn Royal Thai AFB, Thailand
- May 1975 - August 1976, squadron pilot, Nellis AFB, Nev.
- August 1976 - September 1978, squadron flight commander, Nellis AFB, Nev.
- September 1978 - September 1979, weapons tactics officer, 149th Tactical Fighter Group, Kelly AFB, Texas
- September 1979 - March 1982, group pilot, later, unit pilot, 182nd Tactical Fighter Squadron, Kelly AFB, Texas
- March 1982 - December 1983, unit commander, 182nd Tactical Fighter Squadron, Kelly AFB, Texas
- December 1983 - October 1988, Commander, A flight, 182nd Tactical Fighter Squadron, Kelly AFB, Texas
- October 1988 - October 1989, pilot, C flight, 182nd Tactical Fighter Squadron, Kelly AFB, Texas
- October 1989 - December 1992, command post assistant officer-in-charge, later, command post officer-in-charge, 149th Tactical Fighter Group, Kelly AFB, Texas
- December 1992 - December 1994, Vice Commander, 149th Tactical Fighter Wing, Kelly AFB, Texas
- December 1994 - November 1995, Commander, 149th Operations Group, Kelly AFB, Texas
- November 1995 - June 2002, Adjutant General, Headquarters Texas National Guard, Austin
- June 2002 - 2006, Director, Air National Guard, Arlington, Va.
- ^ Sgt. Jim Greenhill (10 May 2005). "Lt. Gen. James says farewell to Air Guard members". US Air Force. http://www.af.mil/news/story.asp?storyID=123020191. Retrieved 24 September 2011.
- ^ "Members of the Order of the Sword". Maxwell AFB Air University. 16 November 2005. http://afehri.maxwell.af.mil/pages/sword.htm. Retrieved 23 Sept 2011.
- Tuskegee Airman "Tuskegee Airman". National Museum of the US Air Force. http://www.nationalmuseum.af.mil/factsheets/factsheet.asp?id=1356 Tuskegee Airman. Retrieved 24 September 2011.
- "The Order of the Sword". Department of Military and Veterans Affairs. 20 Jan 2006. http://www.state.nj.us/military/admin/highlightsarchive/20jan06highlights.html. Retrieved 24 September 2011.
Military offices Preceded by
Maj Gen Paul A. Weaver Jr.
Director of the United States Air National Guard
June 2002 - 2006
General Craig Richard McKinley
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