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Sanderford Jarman, MG

InformationEdit

Basic Information
Born November 24, 1884
place/birth Boatner, Jackson County,
Louisiana
Died October 15, 1954 (aged 69)
Place/death Boston, Suffolk County,
Massachusetts
Cause/death
Buried at Arlington National Cemetery
Spouse Dorothy Donald
(m. 1910 - ; )
Alma mater United States Military Academy
Nickname Sandy
Nationality Caucasian - American
Military Info
Allegiance US Flag United States of America
Branch US Department of the Army Seal United States Army
Years/service

Service #

In-depth Career SummaryEdit

Insignia Name Lapel Rank Location Begin Date End Date
Military Career
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Assistant to Chief of Coast Artillery MAJ Washington, D.C. 17 Dec, 1918 1 Apr, 1922
Instructor of Military Arts,
Coast Artillery School
MAJ Fort Monroe, Virginia 18 Nov, 1922 8 Aug, 1923
Student,
Command and General Staff College
MAJ Fort Leavenworth, Kansas 8 Aug, 1923 20 Jun, 1924
Ninth Corps Area MAJ San Francisco, California 22 Sept, 1924 7 Oct, 1924
3rd Battalion,
59th Coast Artillery Regiment
CO MAJ Fort Mills, Philippines 9 Nov, 1924 21 Sept, 1926
Assistant, Organization & Training Section,
Office, Chief of Coast Artillery
MAJ Washington, D.C. 28 Nov, 1926 31 Oct, 1929
Chief, Organization & Training Section,
Office, Chief of Coast Artillery
MAJ Washington, D.C. 1 Nov, 1929 30 Jun, 1930
Instructor of Coast Artillery,
United States Military Academy
U.S. Military Academy MAJ
LTC
West Point, New York 1 Jul, 1930 Sept, 1933
Student,
Army War College
LTC Washington Barracks, D.C. Sept, 1933 Jun, 1934
attached G-1 Division,
War Department General Staff
US Army General Staff Insignia LTC
COL
Washington, D.C. 1 Jul, 1934 3 Jun, 1938
Joint Coast Artillery -
Anti-Aircraft Exercises
C/S US Army General Staff Insignia COL Fort Bragg, North Carolina 15 Jul, 1938 1 Nov, 1938
64th Coast Artillery Regiment CO COL
BG
Fort Shaftner, Hawaii 9 Jan, 1939 13 Mar, 1939
Fort Clayton (Panama) CO BG Fort Clayton, Panama 4 Apr, 1939 6 Dec, 1939
Panama Coast Artillery Brigade BG
MG
Quarry Heights, Panama Canal 16 Dec, 1939 30 Jun, 1942
Antiaircraft Command - Eastern Defense Command Anti-aircraft Artillery,
Eastern Defense Command
CG MG Fort Totten, New York 1 Jul, 1942 10 Apr, 1944
Army Garrison Forces,
United States Army Forces,
Central Pacific Area
CG MG Pacific Theater 12 May, 1944 24 Apr, 1945
27th Infantry Division 27th Infantry Division CG MG Pacific Theater 24 Jun, 1944 28 Jun, 1944
Marianas Area Command CG MG Pacific Theater 15 Sept, 1944 25 Apr, 1945
United States Army Forces,
Pacific Ocean Area
CG MG Pacific Theater 25 Apr, 1945 16 May, 1945
Western Pacific Base Command,
United States Army Forces,
Middle Pacific
CG MG Pacific Theater 17 May, 1945 15 Aug, 1945
Civilian Career
Student,
Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 1901 1904
Pensacola City-Council Representative - - Washington, D.C. ? ?
Executive Vice President,
Pulp & Paper Company
Tuscaloosa, Alabama ? ?
Consultant,
St. Regis Paper Company
[[]] ? ?

Military & Civilian SchoolsEdit

Name Location Begin Date End Date
Coast Artillery School Ft. Monroe, Virginia 1922 1923 Advanced Course
Name Degree Location Begin Date End Date
Louisiana State University n/a Baton Rouge, Louisiana 1901 1904
United States Military Academy B.S. West Point, New York 6/16/1904 2/14/1908

Dates of RankEdit

Grade Rank Insignia Name Branch Insignia Date of Rank Age Notes
No Insignia Cadet
U.S. Military Academy
June 16, 1904 19
O-1 No Insignia 2nd Lieutenant
Coast Artillery Insignia
February 14, 1908 21
O-2
1st Lieutenant Insignia
1st Lieutenant
Coast Artillery Insignia
December 18, 1908 22
O-3
Captain insignia
Captain
Coast Artillery Insignia
July 1, 1916 29
O-4
Major insignia
Major
Coast Artillery Insignia
July 1, 1920 33
O-5
Lieutenant Colonel insignia
Lieutenant Colonel
Coast Artillery Insignia
January 1, 1932 45
O-6
Colonel insignia
Colonel
Coast Artillery Insignia
December 1, 1936 50
O-7
Brigadier General insignia
Brigadier General US Army February 18, 1939 52
O-8
Major General Insignia
Major General Retired List February 28, 1946 59

National Army (American Expeditionary Forces)

Grade Rank Insignia Name Branch Insignia Date of Rank Age Notes
O-4
Major insignia
Major
US Army Field Artillery Insignia
August 5, 1917 33 accepted : August 21, 1917
O-5
Lieutenant Colonel insignia
Lieutenant Colonel
Coast Artillery Insignia
October 11, 1918 34 accepted : October 18, 1918
Honorable Discharged March 15, 1920

Army of the United States

Grade Rank Insignia Name Branch Insignia Date of Rank Age Notes
O-8
Major General Insignia
Major General - October 26, 1940 53 accepted : November 16, 1940

Awards and DecorationsEdit

Army Distinguished Service Medal
Navy Distinguished Service Medal Legion of Merit Purple Heart Army Commendation Medal
World War I Victory Medal (3 Stars) Army of Occupation of Germany American Defense Service Medal American Campaign Medal
Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal World War II Victory Medal
Name Issue
Army Distinguished Service Medal 1922, 1944, 1945
Navy Distinguished Service Medal 1945
Legion of Merit 1945
Purple Heart 1918 (1932)
Army Commendation Medal 1946
Name Device
World War I Victory Medal
Army of Occupation of Germany Medal
American Defense Service Medal
American Campaign Medal
Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal
World War II Victory Medal

Badges and other Awards

Army General Staff
Identification Badge
Army General Staff Identification Badge
  • Meritorious Service Citation Certificate (1932, those who were awarded the MSCC
    could exchange it for a newly established Purple Heart award)

Battles/WarsEdit

  • World War I
  • Battle of St. Mihiel
  • Meuse-Argonne offensive
  • World War II
  • Battle of Saipan

FamilyEdit

  • Wife: Dorothy D. Jarman (1888-1968)
  • Daughter: Katherine Lea (1911-)
  • Daughter: Dorothy Schuyler (1912-)
  • Father: James Sanderford Jarman
  • Mother: Emma Amanda Tullos

GalleryEdit

Sanderford Jarman Cadet

as Cadet in 1908

Sanderford Jarman, AEF

Jarman as Major A.E.F.

Jarman, Sanderford

Jarman visits Saipan, 1944

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