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Basic Information
Born 19 May, 1888
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Died
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Buried at
Spouse
Alma mater
Nickname
Nationality
Military Info
Allegiance 40px United States of America
Branch 33px United States Army
Years/service

Service #

In-depth Career SummaryEdit

Insignia Name Lapel Rank Location Begin Date End Date
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Chief of Staff,
33rd Infantry Division
35px [[]] 17 Nov, 1918 1 May, 1919
6th Infantry Division Chief of Staff,
6th Infantry Division
35px Camp Grant Illinois 15 Jun, 1919 25 Aug, 1920
6th Infantry Division Assistant Chief of Staff G-3,
6th Infantry Division
35px Camp Grant Illinois 26 Aug, 1920 30 Dec, 1920
Office, Chief of Infantry Washington, D.C. 1 Jan, 1921 1 Aug, 1923
Student Officer,
The Infantry School
(Advanced Course)
Fort Benning, Georgia 1 Sept, 1923 28 May, 1924
Student Officer,
Command and General Staff College
(Distinguished Graduate)
Fort Leavenworth, Kansas 15 Aug, 1924 19 Jun, 1925
3rd Battalion,
12th Infantry Regiment
CO Fort Washington, Maryland 21 Jul, 1925 9 Aug, 1927
Student Officer,
Army War College
Washington Barracks 15 Aug, 1927 30 Jun, 1938
General Staff Corps,
War Department
35px Washington, D.C. 1 Jul, 1928 26 Apr, 1932
Professor of Military Science & Tactics,
Pomona College
Claremont, California 20 Jun, 1932 20 Jun, 1936
Executive Officer,
Reserve Officers' Training Corps Camp
Monterey, California 11 Jun, 1934 10 Aug, 1934
Army Representative,
Pacific International Exposition
San Diego, California 6 May, 1935 12 Sept, 1935
Instructor, G-4 Division,
Army War College
Washington Barracks 12 Aug, 1936 24 Jun, 1937
Director, G-2 Division,
Army War College
Washington Barracks 24 Jun, 1937 25 Aug, 1940
9th Infantry Regiment CO Fort Sam Houston, Texas 30 Aug, 1940 4 Oct, 1940
2nd Infantry Division (US) 2nd Infantry Division ACG Fort Sam Houston, Texas 5 Oct, 1940 4 Apr, 1941
Post Commander,
Camp Wolters, Texas
Camp Wolters, Texas 5 Apr, 1941 14 Oct, 1941
35th Infantry Division 35th Infantry Division CG Camp Robinson, Arkansas
Camp Ord, California
Camp San Luis Obispo, California
Los Angeles, California
17 Oct, 1941 5 Apr, 1942
30th Infantry Division alternative 30th Infantry Division CG Fort Jackson, South Carolina 6 Apr, 1942 31 Aug, 1942
XII US Corps XII United States Corps CG Fort Jackson, South Carolina 1 Sept, 1942 5 Mar, 1943
Observer,
North African Theater of Operations
North African Theater 6 Mar, 1943 7 Apr, 1943
XII US Corps XII United States Corps CG Fort Jackson, South Carolina 8 Apr, 1942 27 Sept, 1943
Fourth Army (United States) Fourth United States Army CG Monterey, California
Fort Sam Houston, Texas
29 Sept, 1943 8 May, 1944
Ninth Army (United States) Ninth United States Army CG European Theater 12 May, 1944 20 Jun, 1945
Special Mission to China China 8 Jul, 1945 9 Aug, 1945
Second Army alternative (United States) Second United States Army CG Memphis, Tennessee 11 Oct, 1945 14 Nov, 1945
Office, Chief of Staff,
Member, Military Intelligence Board
Washington, D.C. 15 Nov, 1945 4 Apr, 1946
President,
War Department Reorganization Board
Washington, D.C. 15 Nov, 1945 4 Apr, 1946

Dates of RankEdit

Grade Rank Insignia Name Branch Date of Rank Age Accepted
Regular Army
No Insignia Cadet 15 Jun, 1905 17
O-1
2nd Lieutenant (US Infantry alternative)
2nd Lieutenant 11 Jun, 1909 21
O-2
1st Lieutenant (US Infantry)
1st Lieutenant 1 Jul, 1916 28
O-3
Captain (US Infantry)
Captain 15 May, 1917 29
O-4
Major (US Infantry)
Major 1 Jul, 1920 32
O-5
Lieutenant Colonel (US Infantry)
Lieutenant Colonel 1 Oct, 1934 46
O-6
Colonel (US Infantry)
Colonel 1 Sept, 1938 50
O-9 Lieutenant General
(Temporary)
13 Oct, 1943 55
Relieved LTG 7 Feb, 1945
O-7
Brigadier General (USA)
Brigadier General 1 Feb, 1944 55
O-8
Major General (USA)
Major General 11 Apr, 1946 58
Retired (Disability) 30 Nov, 1946 58
O-9 Lieutenant General
(retired list)
30 Nov, 1946 58
O-10 General
(retired list)
19 Jul, 1954 66
Grade Rank Insignia Name Branch Date of Rank Age Accepted
National Army
O-4
Major (US Infantry)
Major 7 Jun, 1918 30 14 Jun, 1918
O-5
Lieutenant Colonel (US Infantry)
Lieutenant Colonel 5 Nov, 1918 30 9 Nov, 1918
Honorable Discharge 30 Jun, 1920
Army of the United States
O-7
Brigadier General (USA)
Brigadier General 1 Oct, 1940 52 2 Oct, 1940
O-8
Major General (USA)
Major General 29 Sept, 1941 53 3 Oct, 1941
O-9 Lieutenant General 13 Oct, 1943 55

Awards and DecorationsEdit

Personal Decorations
Army Distinguished Service Medal (1 Oakleaf) Army Distinguished Service Medal
(1 Oak leaf cluster)
Silver Star Silver Star
Legion of Merit Legion of Merit
Bronze Star Bronze Star
Service/Campaign Medals
Philippine Campaign Medal Philippine Campaign Medal
Mexican Service Medal Mexican Service Medal
World War I Victory Medal (2 Star) World War I Victory Medal
Army of Occupation of Germany Army of Occupation of Germany Medal
American Defense Service Medal American Defense Service Medal
American Campaign Medal American Campaign Medal
Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal
European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign Medal (4 stars) E-A-ME Campaign Medal
World War II Victory Medal World War II Victory Medal
U.S. Badges, Patches and Tabs
Army General Staff Identification Badge
Overseas Service Bar (WWI) WWI Overseas Service Chevrons (2)

Battles/WarsEdit

World War I World War II

QuotesEdit

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FamilyEdit

GalleryEdit

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