U.S. ARMY CHEMICAL CORPS
Hall of Fame
Brigadier General Stanley H. Lillie
Brigadier General Stanley H. Lillie, native of Nashville, Tennessee, was commissioned into the Chemical Corps, where he demonstrated remarkable leadership and vision throughout his 30 years of service. He holds a Master of Science degree in National Resources Studies.
Among Brigadier General Lillie’s key appointments was Commander of the 83rd Ordnance Battalion and Akizuki Army Ammunition Depot; Commander of the United States Army Environmental Center; Chief, Biological and Chemical Defense Division, Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff, G-8.
Brigadier General Lillie served ad Commandant of the U.S. Army Chemical School and the 23rd Chief of Chemical. In this capacity, he spearheaded efforts to reacquire proponency for Technical Escort training, secured funding for the First Lieutenant Joseph Terry Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) Responder Training Facility and began the process of developing a Warrant Officer Program for the Chemical Corps by commissioning the recommending study.
In 2007, Brigadier General (Retired) Lillie founded S.H. Lillie Associates, LLC a consulting company for CBRN defense issues.
Brigadier General Lillie’s awards include the Military Distinguished Service Medal, Defense Distinguished Service Medal, Distinguished Superior Service Medal, Legion of Merit (3rd Award), Meritorious Service Medal (4th Award) and the Humanitarian Service Medal.