George T. Bowman Edit Profile
Student Institute Politics, Williamstown, Massachusetts, 1923. Graduated from Army War College, Washington, 1922. Graduated from Nava War College, Newport, Rhode Island, 1923.
1 son, John William (deceased). Cadet, enlisted man, officer 74th regiment National Guard, New York, 1885-1897. Captain 65th New York volunteer infantry, 1898.
Lieutenant 36th United States volunteer infantry, 1899-1801. Lieutenant to colonel United States Cavalry, 1901-1933, brigadier general, (retired), since 1940. Active service, Spanish-American War, 1898.
P.I., 1899-1804; Cuba, Army of Cuban Pacification, 1906-1909. Mexican border, Mexico, Punitive Expedition, 1915-1916. France, Belgium, Luxemburg, Germany, 1918-1919.
Member general staff corps, United States Army, 1917-1921, War Department general staff, general headquarters, Advertising Educational Foundation. Faculty Army War College, 1923-1925. Chief of staff 62d cavalry division, 1927-1933.
Decoated Distinguished Service Medal, medals, distinguished marksman, United States Army, Spanish-American War, Philippine Insurrection, Army of Cuban Pacification, Mexican Punitive Expedition, World War I (battle stars), occupation of Germany). Legion of Honor (France).
Member general staff corps, United States Army, 1917-1921, War Department general staff, general headquarters, Advertising Educational Foundation. Member Veterans Association (74th regiment National Guard New York), Cavalry Association (Philadelphia). Clubs: Army and Navy Country (Washington), Fort Monmouth Officers’.
Married Lillian Elizabeth Burrows, June 24, 1896 (died March 6, 1946).