Major General Jack A. Davis, United States Marine Corps (Ret)

Jack A. Davis

Jack A. Davis is a proven leader in the military, law enforcement and business with successful careers in each field. During a career life that spans over 40 years he has honed his leadership skills and developed the ability to share those skills in all facets of life. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree and two masterís degrees, and has received leadership and professional training worldwide.

Major General Davisí Marine Corps career began with his commissioning as a 2nd Lieutenant upon college graduation in 1968 and saw him rise to the rank of Major General. In a distinguished career that included service in both peacetime and wartime, regular and reserve he commanded at every level from an infantry platoon in Vietnam to Commanding General of the 4th Marine Division. He held various staff positions including Director of Operations, Headquarters Marine Corps in which he oversaw Corps-wide operations, policy and planning. His last Marine Corps assignment prior to retirement was that of Vice Commander, Marine Corps Forces Atlantic/Deputy Commander Marine Corps Forces Europe, for which he received the Distinguished Service Medal. He retired from the Marine Corps in 2005.

General Davis has completed numerous high level military schools worldwide. His personal decorations include the Distinguished Service Medal; Legion of Merit with gold star in lieu of second award; Bronze Star Medal with Combat "V"; Purple Heart with gold star in lieu of second award, Navy Commendation Medal with Combat "V", Combat Action Ribbon, and numerous other awards.

He completed a notable career in law enforcement, serving five years in federal law enforcement before joining the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation retiring in 1999.

In the business arena he has established J A Davis & Associates as a frontrunner in leadership and security consulting. He currently serves on the board of directors of several organizations, public and private. Jack also serves as an adjunct faculty member of Johns Hopkins University.

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