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Edmund Leo DALEY

Edmund Leo DALEY, Lieutenant Colonel, Corps of Engineers, United States Army. Member of American Society of Civil Engineers; Society of American Military Engineers Clubs: Army and Navy (Washington, District of Columbia), Army and Navy and Marine Corpe Country (Virginia).

Background

  • DALEY, Edmund Leo was born on November 1, 1883 in Worcester, Massachusetts. Son of John and Katherine E. (Martin) Daley.

  • Education

    • United States Military Academy., 1906; Engineer School, 1909-1910; Service School, Fort Leavenworth, 1916

    Career

    • Y. First Lieutenant, 1909. Captain, 1914; Major, 1917. Lieutenant Colonel of Engineers, National.

      Army, 1917; organisation and commanded 55 Engineers, at Camp Custer, 1918. Colonel of Engineers, National. Army, 1918, commanding Sixth Engineers and Division Engineer, Third Division, 1918-1919.

      Professor, United States Military Academy 1920-1922. Executive, Hoover Famine Relief in Russia, 1922. Asst, to Chief of Engineers in charge of Permit Section and River and Harbor Section, since 1926.

      Lieutenant Colonel of Engineers, 1929: Delegate, to Permanent Assn, of International Navigation Congresses in Brussels, Belgium. 1930. Awarded: Mexico Border Medal. Victory Medal with four battle clasps.

      Distinguished Service Medal. Officier de la Merite Agricole (French). Gold Crown of the Savior (Greek) Silver Star Citation.

    Membership

    • Member of American Society of Civil Engineers. Society of American Military Engineers Clubs: Army and Navy (Washington, District of Columbia), Army and Navy and Marine Corpe Country (Virginia).

    Connections

    • Spouse Beatrix O. Koehler, September 11, 1906, West Point, N.
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