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Daniel B. Anton also known as Dan Anton (born August 12, 1980) is a public speaker, author, entrepreneur and retired Major in the United States Army.[1] He was awarded the Order of Saint Maurice by the National Infantry Association.[2]

Military career and training

Daniel B. Anton was a soldier for 10 years, holding a variety of command and staff positions and rising to the rank of Major.[3]

Daniel B. Anton received a commission as an Army second lieutenant. After attending basic training at Fort Benning, he was assigned to the 3rd Infantry Division in Columbus, Georgia, as a platoon leader.[3]

Operation Iraqi Freedom III

1LT Anton served his first tour as an Infantry Rifle Platoon Leader from January 2005 ? January 2006 in Baqubah, Iraq. While on patrol during his first mission his convoy was hit by an Improvised Explosive Device (IED), which fatally killed his platoon sergeant, SFC David J. Salie., and severely wounded 2 others The experience set the tone for the entire deployment. The encounter is described in the book, "The Gods of Diyala".[4][5] He returned to Iraq as a captain in 2007, serving in the 1st Infantry Division under the Military Transition Team (MiTT) initiative. He served as operations advisor to a National Police Battalion in Baghdad.

Dates of rank

Rank Date
20px MajorJuly 26, 2012
15px CaptainJune 1, 2006
6px First LieutenantOctober 10, 2004
6px Second LieutenantApril 10, 2003

Awards and decorations


Medals and ribbons

80px Bronze Star with oak leaf cluster
80px Meritorious Service Medal
Army Commendation Medal with oak leaf clusters
80px Army Achievement Medal with oak leaf cluster
National Defense Service Medal
Iraq Campaign Medal
Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal
Global War on Terrorism Service Medal
80px Army Overseas Service Ribbon 2nd Award
80px Army Service Ribbon

Civilian life

In 2011 he founded "Anton Brothers Marketing"[6] with his brother and business partner, Matt Anton. Daniel B. Anton co-authored "The Rockstars of JVZoo". He also wrote many published articles during his time in the Army.


  1. Grunts pound out over Los Internacionales. Retrieved on 7 December 2014.
  2. OSM0203. Infantry Association. Retrieved on 7 December 2014.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Daniel B. Anton (Platoon Leader of Second Squad, Bayonet Company). Retrieved on 7 December 2014.
  4. The Gods of Diyala. Texas A&M University Press. August 8, 2008. p. 280. ISBN 9781603440387. Retrieved 7 December 2014. 
  5. The Gods of Diyala: Transfer of Command in Iraq. Williams-Ford Texas A&M University Military History Series. p. 280. ISBN 9781603440387. Retrieved 7 December 2014. 
  6. Anton Brothers Marketing. MerchantCircle. Retrieved on 7 December 2014.
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