Black, John H.
Born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in 1943, John Black was commissioned from Infantry OCS in 1966, served in Vietnam and Desert Storm, is the recipient of the Legion of Merit and the Bronze Star Medal for Valor, and retired as Colonel, US Army, in 1995. John founded the Military Intelligence Corps Association (MICA), the national professional organization of the Army’s Military Intelligence Corps, serving as its first President for 8 years. As Scholarship Chair, Coronado Chapter, Military Officers Association of America, John enabled the Chapter to present $65,000 of scholarships to 65 students in Cochise County. He serves as the Commander, Cochise County Sheriff’s Assist Team (SAT), which provides 12,000 volunteer hours annually in support of the Sheriff’s Office. He is also active in Rotary International and serves on the Board of Directors, American Southwest Credit Union.