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Samuel Benjamin ARNOLD

Samuel Benjamin ARNOLD, Colonel, United States Army. Member of Loyal Legion; Military Order of World War and Carabao.

Background

  • ARNOLD, Samuel Benjamin was born on August 6, 1867 in W. Point, New York, United States. Son of Abraham Kerns and Sarah Josephine (Benjamin) Arnold.

  • Education

    • United States Military Academy, Distinguished Graduate Line Class, Staff College.

    Career

    • I. Lieutenant Colonel, 1917. Colonel of Infantry, National Army, 1917. Colonel United States Army, 1920.

      Aide-de-Camp to Brigadier General A. K. Arnold, during Spanish-American War, 1898. Judge Advocate, 2 Division and Adjunct General, 2 Division, 7 Army Corps. Regular Adjunct, 1 Cavalry, 1901-1905.

      Commanding trains and military police, 86 Division. Rockford, 111., 1917-1918. Professor, Military Science and Tactics, College, of City of New York, 1920-1928.

    Membership

    Member of Loyal Legion. Military Order of World War and Carabao. Clubs: Army and Navy (Washington, District of Columbia).

    Army and Navy (New York.

    Connections

    • Spouse Lucille Rutherlurd Clements, November 26, 1895, Flushing, L.
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