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CHRONOLOGICAL RECORD OF MILITARY SERVICE

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DATE FROM | DATE TO | MOS (SSN) | DUTIES | NO. OF NON-DUTY DAYS | UNIT OR ORGANIZATION AND STATION OR THEATER | TYPE OF REPORT SUBMITTED

SUMMARY: Four (4) yrs West Point Cadet graduated 12 June 1936.  12 Sep. 36 - 27 Aug 37 24th Inf. Cmdr. 28 Aug 37 - 31 Dec 37 Student Inf Sch Ft Benning Ga


1 Jan 38 | 18 Jun 38 | 2700 | Student | Inf Sch Ft Benning Ga | NONE

18 Jun 38 | 14 Feb 41 | 2417 | Instructor |  | Tuskegee Inst Ala | NONE

14 Feb 41 | 20 May 41 | Aide de Camp |  | 4th Cav Brig | NONE

20 May 41 | 7 Mar 42 | 2700 |Student Officer |   |AC EB&Adv Fly Sch | NONE

7 Mar 42 | 27 Aug 42 | 1013-4 | Exec for Troops |  | TAFS Ala | MOPR

27 Aug 42 | 4 Oct 43 | 1065-5 | Comdg Officer |  | 9th F Sq | NONE 

4 Oct 43 | 3 Jan 44 | 1065-5 | Group Comdr |   | 332 F Gp S/Fld Mich | NONE

4 Jan 44 | 9 Feb 44 | 1065-5 | Group Comdr |  | 332 F Gp APO 650 | MOPR

10 Feb 44 | 25 May 44 | 1065-5 | Group Comdr |  | 332 F Gp APO 650 | MOPR

26 May 44 | 1 Aug 44 | 1055-5 | Group Comdr & Air Insp |   | 332 F Gp APO 520 |MOPR

2 Aug 44 | 1 Nov 44 | 1055-5 | Group Comdr |   | 332 F Gp APO 520 MOPR 

2 Nov 44 | 24 Dec 44 | 0001 | DS USA ( no dy asgt)|   | 332 F Gp APO 520 | MOPR

25 Dec 44 | 14 Apr 45 | 1055-5 | Group Comdr |   | 332 F Gp APO 520 | MOPR

15 Apr 45 | 1 Jun 45 | 1055-5 | Group Comdr Ftr Pilot (P-51) |   | 332 F Gp APO 520 | NONE

8 Jun 45 | 20 Jun 45 | 0001 | Casual |   | 515 ASG APO 520 | NONE

21 Jun 45 | 30 Jun 45 | 1081 | Group Comdr |   | 477 C Gp Godman Fld Ky | NONE

1 Jul 45 | 20 Aut 45 | 1013 | Base Comdr |   | 118AAFBU Godman Fld Ky | MOPR

21 Aug 45 | 18 Aoct 45 | 1013 | Base Comdr |   | 118AAFBU Godman Fld Ky | MOPR

19 Oct 45 | 31 Dec 45 | 1013 | Base Comdr |   | 118AAFBU Godman Fld Ky | MOPR

1 Jan 46 | 4 Mar 46 | 1013 | Base Comdr |   | 118AAFBU Godman Fld Ky | MOPR

5 Mar 46 | 27 Mar 46 | 1013 | Base Comdr |   | 318AAFBU LAAB O | MOPR

28 Mar 46 | 30 Jun 46 | 1013 | Base Comdr |   | 318AAFBU LAAB O | MOPR

1 Jul 46 | 31 Dec 46 | 1013 | Base Comdr |   | 318AAFBU LAAB O | (67)

1 Jan 47 | 30 Jun 47 | 1013 | Base Comdr |   | 318AAFBU LAAB O | (67)

1 Jul 47 | 15 Sept 47 | 1013 | Base Comdr |   | 318AAFBU LAAB O | 67-1

16 Sep 47 | 31 May 48 | 1013 | Wing Comdr |    ^[[circled 5]] 6 | 332 Ftr Wg LAAB O (67-1)

^[[Tr to D of AF per TR 0 1, NME, 26 Sep 47 (Bul 1, DA, 12 Nov 47)]]

1 Jun 48 | ^[[circled 10]] 1 Mar 49 | 1013 | Wing Commander |   | 332d Ftr Wg, LAFB, OHIO ^[[circled 3]] | 67-1

1Apr49 | 30 Jun 49 | 1013 | Wing Commander | 0 | 332d FtrWb, LAFB, Ohio | ER

1 Jul 49 | 30Jun49 | 1013 | Base Commander | 0 | 2260ABSq, LAFB, Ohio | NONE

17 Aug 49 | 4 Jul 50 | 2700 | Student Air War College | 0 | Hq AWC MAFB, Ala. | Acad.

   | Flying hours 65:35 (B-25, C-45)

5 Jul 50 | 18 Jul 50 | 0001 | Travel & Delay | 14 | Hq USAF, DCS/O Dir Oper | NONE

19 Jul 50 |11 Sep 50 | 2162 | Stf Pl Off, Oper Pl Div | O | Same | ER

12 Sep 50 | 4 Jan 51 | 2162 | Stf Pl Off, Cmcs Div | 0 | Same | ER

5Jan51 | 15Apr51 | 2162 | [[strikethrough]] Same [/strikethrough]]^[[Comds Div]] eff 4Jan51 Ch Air Def Br | 0 | Same | ER

16Apr51 | 29Feb52 | 2162 | Ch. fighter Br Control Div | 11 | Same | CER

1Mar52 | 4Feb53 | [[strikethrough]] 2162 [/strikethrough]] ^[[1416]] | Same | 25 | Same | CER

5Feb53 | 2Mar53 | 0003 | Student (Tdy Craig AFB, Ala | 0 | Same | TNG

3Mar53 | 15Jul53 | 1416 | Chief, Flight Br, Control Div | 33 | Same | CER

16Jul53 | 16Nov53 | 0001 | Tvl, Lv&Proc (TDY/rNellis AFB Nev | 48 | Pipeline to FEC | NONE

   |   |   | appx 77da |   |   |   |   |

17Nov 53 | 24Nov53 | 0001 | No Dy Asgmt | 8 | Hq 5AF APO 970 | NONE

25Nov 53 |   | 0066C | Wing Commander |   | Hq 51st FIW APO 60 |   |

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