Brigadier General (ret) James J. David
- How does U.S. military aid to Israel impact relations with other U.S. allies?
James J. David
is a retired Brigadier General, and a graduate of the U.S. Army's Command and General Staff College
, and the National Security Course, National Defense University, Washington D.C.
served nearly three years of Army active duty in and around the Middle East from 1967-1969.
Shortly after, General David was assigned to the Republic of Vietnam as a company commander with the 101st Airborne Division from 1969-1970.
tour in Vietnam General David commanded a Chaparral-Vulcan Air Defense Artillery battery and received one of Europe's highest awards for missile battery proficiency when his
missile battery scored a perfect score in its annual service practice on the Island of Crete.
active duty tours, General David
commanded the 429th, and the 434th Chemical Detachments in Chamblee, Georgia, United States Army Reserves.