Maj. Gen. John K. Singlaub, U.S.A. (Ret.)
Major General John K. Singlaub, U.S.A. (Ret.) enjoyed an extensive and illustrious military career, dating back to World War II. Recruited by the Office of Strategic Services, Singlaub parachuted into Nazi-occupied France as a covert operative to train the French Resistance fighters for D-Day. Following the war, he was appointed as head of CIA operations in Manchuria during the Chinese Communist Revolution, served as supreme commander of all U.S. troops in South Korea, and completed intelligence missions in Vietnam. His accolades include, the Distinguished Service medal, the Legions of Merit, the Air Medal, the Bronze Star, the Silver Star, and the Oak Leaf Cluster. He was awarded the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation’s Truman-Reagan Medal of Freedom in 2004.