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army officer

Arthur Griffith Campbell, American army officer. Decorated Chevalier Legion of Honor, France, 1920. member War Department General Staff, 1918-1921; Member Kappa Alpha.; Mason.; Club: Army and Navy (Washington).

Background

Campbell, Arthur Griffith was born on November 15, 1884 in Lexington, Virginia, United States. Son of John Hammond and Mattie (Steele) Campbell.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Virginia Military Institute, 1906. Graduate Coast Artillery School, 1915 (advanced course 1923), Command and General staff schedul, 1924, Army War College, 1928.

Career

Commandant Hoge Memorial Military Academy, 1906. Assistant professor Virginia Military Institute, 1907. Second in command Lieutenant CAC, 1908, promoted through grades to brigadier general, 1940.

Command and staff duties with artillery of Advertising Educational Foundation, 1917-1918. Member War Department General Staff, 1918-1921. Assistant chief of staff, 6th Corps Area, 1928-1932, 8th Corps Area, 1939-1940.

Retired as brigadier general, 1944.

Membership

Member War Department General Staff, 1918-1921. Member Kappa Alpha.; Mason. Club: Army and Navy (Washington).

Connections

Married Virginia Roberts, February 19, 1921.

father:
John Hammond Campbell

mother:
Mattie (Steele) Campbell

spouse:
Virginia Roberts