Daniel Isom Sultan Edit Profile
Student of University of Mississippi, 1901-1903. Bachelor of Science, United States Military Academy, 1907. Graduated from Army Engineering School, 1909, Command and General staff schedul, 1923, Army War College, 1926.
Commissioned Second lieutenant, June 14, 1907. Advanced through grades to brigadier general, December, 1938. Instructor civil and military engineering, United States Military Academy, 1912-1916.
Commander Engineer troops and engaged in construction of roads and fortifications in P.I., 1916-1917. Colonel General Staff, World War. District engineer, Savannah, Georgia, 1923-1925.
Member Board Engineers for Rivers and Harbors, 1926-1929. In command of the United States Army troops in Nicaragua and member Interoceanic Canal Board, 1929-1931. District engineer, Chicago, 1932-1934.
Engineer commissioner, District of Columbia, 1934-1938. Commanding 2d Engineer Regiment, Fort Logan, Colorado, 1938. Commanding general 22d Infantry Brigade, Schofield Barracks, T.H., 1939-1941.
Commanding general Hawaiian Division, March-April 1941. Commanding general 38th Division, Camp Shelby, Mississippi, May 1, 1941-April 6, 1942. Commanding VIII Army Corps, April 1942-1943.
Appointed deputy commander in chief China-Burma-India Theater, January 1943-1944. Commander United States Forces in India-Burma Theater since November 1944. Major general, inspector general, July 1945.
Member Board Engineers for Rivers and Harbors, 1926-1929. Member American Society Military Engineers, Sigma Chi. Clubs: Army and Navy, Army and Navy Country (Washington).
Married Florence Braden, January 29, 1916. Children: Sheila, Linda Faser.