Eugene W. Fales, American army officer. member Infantry Board, 1934-1936; Member Delta Upsilon.
Fales, Eugene W. was born on September 16, 1887 in LaSalle, Niagara County, New York, United States. Son of Henry Marshall Warren and Sarah Christiana (Smith) Fales.
Student Rutgers College, 1906-1909. Graduated from Command and General staff schedul, 1926, Tank School, 1927, Army War College, 1928, French Tank School, Versailles, 1933.
May 16, 1919; children—Warren, Philippe. Commissioned Second lieutenant, 1st United States Infantry, 1912, and advanced through the grades to major general, 1944. With Mexican Punitive Expedition, 1916-1917.
With American Expeditionary Forces, France and Germany, 1918-1919. Army liaison officer with General Smedley D. Butler, United States Marine Corps, 1921-1924. War Department General Staff, 1928-1932.
With French Tank Regiment, 1933. Member Infantry Board, 1934-1936. Commanded Tank and Motor School, 1936-1938.
Executive officer, Office Chief of Infantry, 1939-1941. Comdg general Infantry Replacement Training Center. Camp Roberts. California, 1941-1943.
Commanding general Infantry Replacement Training Center, Camp Blanding, 1943-1945. Commanding general, Fort Lewis, Washington, 1945-1946.
Member Infantry Board, 1934-1936. Member Delta Upsilon. Clubs: Army and Navy, Army-Navy Country (Washington).
Married Helène Margaret Baker. Children: Warren, Philippe.