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the office of the Chief of Artillery was created by act February 2, 1901. Upon the separation of the Field Artillery and Coast Artillery in 1908, the office was abolished.

Chief of ArtilleryEdit

Name Photo Term Began Term Ended Y M D Reason
1. BG Wallace F. Randolph Wallace F. Randolph 9 Apr, 1901 23 Jan, 1904 2 9 15 Retired 1861
2. BG John P. Story John P. Story 23 Jan, 1904 20 Jun, 1905 1 4 29 Retired 1865 (USMA)
3. BG Samuel M. Mills Samuel M. Mills 20 Jun, 1905 2 Oct, 1906 1 3 13 Death 1865 (USMA)
4. BG Arthur Murray Arthur Murray1 2 Oct, 1906 2 Jul, 1908 1 9 1 Office
Abolished
1874 (USMA)

Chief of Coast ArtileryEdit

Photo Name Term Began Term Ended Time Served Notes
1. 70px MG Arthur Murray July 1, 1908 March 14, 1911
2. Erasmus M. Weaver MG Erasmus M. Weaver March 15, 1911 May 23, 1918
3. Frank W. Coe MG Frank W. Coe May 29, 1918 March 19, 1926
4. Andrew Hero, Jr. 1 MG Andrew Hero, Jr. March 20, 1926 March 21, 1930
5. John W. Gulick MG John W. Gulick March 22, 1930 March 21, 1934
6. William F. Hase MG William F. Hase March 26, 1934 January 20, 1935
7. Harry L. Steele MG Harry L. Steele January 21, 1925 March 31, 1936
8. Archibald H. Sunderland MG Archibald H. Sunderland April 1, 2936 March 31, 1940
9. Joseph A. Green MG Joseph A. Green April 1, 1940 March 9, 1942

Chief of Field ArtileryEdit

Photo Name Term Began Term Ended Time Served Notes
1. William J. Snow bust MG William J. Snow July 1, 1920 December 19, 1927
2. Fred T. Austin MG Fred T. Austin December 22, 1927 February 15, 1930
3. 120px MG Harry G. Bishop March 10, 1930 March 25, 1934
4. Upton Birnie, Jr. MG Upton Birnie, Jr. March 26, 1934 March 25, 1938
5. Robert M. Danford MG Robert M. Danford March 26, 1938 February 28, 1942
  • MG Peter M. Vangjel, 36th Chief of Field Artillery

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