Tuesday, 20 November 2012

Mercy Hospital St Louis

Mercy Hospital St Louis

  • born in Little Rock, Arkansas, on 26 January 1880
  • graduated from the United States Military Academy, 1903
  • was commissioned a second lieutenant of engineers and served in the Philippines, 1903-1904
  • was promoted to first lieutenant, April 1904
  • was an engineer officer and aide to the commander of the Pacific Division, 1904-1906
  • served with the 2d Engineer Battalion, attended the Engineer School and was aide to President Theodore Roosevelt, 1906-1908
  • was troop commander, adjutant, and was Army Service Schools instructor at Fort Leavenworth, 1908-1912
  • was promoted to captain, February 1911
  • was on the General Staff, 1913-1917
  • took part in the Vera Cruz Expedition
  • was promoted to major, December 1915, and colonel, August 1917
  • was chief of staff of the 42d Division in France, 1917-1918
  • was promoted to brigadier general in the National Army, June 1918, took part in Marne operations and commanded the 84th Infantry Brigade in the St. Mihiel and Meuse-Argonne offensives
  • commanded the 42d Division in the Sedan offensive, 1918
  • served with the Army of Occupation, 1918-1919
  • was superintendent of the United States Military Academy, 1919-1922
  • became a brigadier general in the Regular Army, January, 1920
  • married Louise Cromwell Brooks, 1922 (divorced 1929)
  • was promoted to major general, January 1925
  • successively commanded the District of Manila, 1922-1923, 

Mercy Hospital St Louis

 Mercy Hospital St Louis

 Mercy Hospital St Louis 

Mercy Hospital St Louis

 Mercy Hospital St Louis

 Mercy Hospital St Louis

 Mercy Hospital St Louis

 Mercy Hospital St Louis

 Mercy Hospital St Louis

 

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