Gen. James K. Woolnough
Deputy Commander-in-Chief and Chief of Staff
U.S. Army, Pacific
Gen. James Woolnough was born 24 October 1910 in the Philippines. A West Point graduate of the Class of 1932, he went on to serve in Europe during World War II and the early stages of the Korean War. In 1963 he became Deputy Commanding General and Chief of Staff for the US Army, Pacific.
Woolnough's other significant duty assignments were as Assistant Division Commander for the 5th Infantry Division in Germany in 1954; serving on the Army General Staff in Washington from 1957-1961; Commander of the 1st Cavalry Division in Korea on the DMZ; Deputy Chief of Staff, Personnel for the Department of the Army; and in 1967 he took command of the Continental Army Command, Fort Monroe, Virginia. He retired from that assignment in 1970.
Of Woolnough's awards, it is reported he was most proud of the Combat Infantryman Badge. He died on 30 May 1996.
USARPAC postures and prepares the force for unified land operations, responds to threats, sustains and protects the force, and builds military relationships that develop partner defense capacity in order to contribute to a stable and secure U.S. Pacific Command area of responsibility.
Vincent K. Brooks
|25th Infantry Division|
|U.S. Army Alaska|
|U.S. Army Japan|
|8th Theater Sustainment Command|
|311th Theater Signal Command|
|94th Army Air Missile Defense Command|
|9th Mission Support Command|
|196th Infantry Brigade|
|500th Military Intelligence Brigade|
|18th Medical Command|
|5th Battlefield Coordination Detachment|