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army officer

Floyd Emerson Galloway, American army officer. Mason, Elk.; Club: Army and Navy (Washington, District of Columbia).


Galloway, Floyd Emerson was born on September 11, 1890 in Falmouth, Kentucky, United States. Son of Grant and Alice (Moreland) Galloway.


Student of University of Kentucky, 1911-1914. Graduate, Air Service Pilots School, 1921, Air Service Observation School, 1922, Air Corps Tactical School, 1933, Command and General staff schedul, 1938, Army War College, 1941. 1 daughter, Mary Ann.


Fibre specialist with Philippine government, 1914-1917. Second in command Lieutenant, United States Army, June 16, 1917, and advanced through the grades to brig, general, November 4, 1942. Served in World War I with American Expeditionary Forces in Siberia.

Has commanded Bolling Field, Washington, District of Columbia, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, Alabama, Crissy Field, San Francisco, California, and Albrook Field, Canal Zone. Organized and commanded Air Force Service Command in the Caribbean Area.


Mason, Elk.; Club: Army and Navy (Washington, District of Columbia).


Married second, Martha Gardener, June 8, 1929. Children: Mary Ann (by 1st marriage), Patton, Floyd Emerson.

Grant Galloway

Alice (Moreland) Galloway

Martha Gardener

Mary Ann Galloway (by 1st marriage)

Patton Galloway

Floyd Emerson Galloway