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James Perrine BARNEY

James Perrine BARNEY, Colonel, United States Army.

Background

  • BARNEY, James Perrine was born on April 1, 1875 in Dayton, Ohio, United States. Son of Edward Everett and Louise Johnson (Perrine) Barney.

  • Education

    • Army Staff College; Army War College. Eva Douglas Wise, June 6.

    Career

    • 1900, New York City Colonel, Field Artillery, 1930. Appointed Major. N.A., 1917. Served at Camp Meade, Maryland as Brigadier Adjunct, 79th Division.

      American Expeditionary Forces, Langres, France, 1918. Assistant G-l, Fourth Division, June-July 1918, 92nd Division (Colored), July-November 1918. 82nd Division, November 1918-April 1919.

      Director of Purchase, P.S. and T., 1919-1921. Division Quartermaster, Hawaiian Division, 1922-1924. Commanding 11 Field Artillery and Provost Marshall, Hawaiian Division, 1924-1927.

      Awarded Distinguished Service Medal, United States Army. French Legion of Honor and Croix de Guerre. Belgian Order of Leopold and Croix de Guerre.

      Order of Polani Restituti, Poland. Order of Danillo and silver medal tor bravery of Montenegro.

    Membership

    Clubs: Army and Navy (Manila and Washington), Athletic (Columbus, Ohio).
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