Here is a Military Order of the Carabao (#1821) to Lieutenant General James Guthrie Harbord (March 21, 1866 – August 20, 1947), Harbord's first overseas experience came as a member of the occupation army in Cuca after the Spanish American War After leaving Cuba, he served as Assistant Chief of the Phillipines Constabulary from 1903 to 1909 and again from 1910 to 1913. In 1916, he was on the Mexican border with General John Pershing pursuing Pancho Villa.
When the United States entered World War One in 1917, Harbord went to France as General Pershing's chief of staff, which won him a promotion to Brigadier General. Throughout the war he continued to work closely with General Pershing. In June 1918, he was given command of the Fourth Marine Brigade, which was serving as part of the Army Second Infantry Division and then on July 15, briefly given command of the Division itself. He commanded the Marines during the Battle of Chateau-Thierry and the Battle of Belleau Wood. In August 1918, Harbord was recalled from the front and put in charge of troop and supply movement. Following the war, he was promoted to Major General and awarded the Distinguished Service Medal
In 1922, Harbord retired from the Army to become President of the Radio Corporation of America. While Harbord was President of RCA, the corporation undertook a number of significant moves. In 1926, RCA began television broadcasts and formed NBC. Harbord remained as Chairman of the Board for RCA until 1947, finally retiring shortly before his death.