George Veazey STRONG Edit Profile
Student Michigan Military Academy, 1898-1900. Bachelor of Science, United States Military Academy, 1904. Bachelor of Laws, Northwestern University, 1916, Doctor of Laws, 1943.
Graduated from Army War College, 1924, Command and General staff schedul, 1931.
Second Lieutenant, First Lieutenant, Captain 6 Cavalry, 1904-1916. Attache, American Embassy, Tokyo, Japan, 1908-1911. Major, J.A.G.D., 1917.
Special Assistant United States District Attorney, Western District, Washington, 1918. Judge Advocate, 91 Division., 1917-1918. General Staff, Fourth Corps, 2 Army and S.O.S., France, 1918-1919.
Prof, of Law, United States Military Academy, 1920-1922. General Staff, War Department, 1924-1928. Techn. Assistant, Traffic in Arms Conference, Geneva, Switzerland, 1925, Preparatory Commission for Disarmament Conference, Geneva, 1926.
Military Adviser, American Representative Disarmament Conference, Geneva, 1927. Chief, Military Mission, American Representative Preparatory Commission, Geneva, 1928.
Member: Masons. Club: Army, Navy and Marine Corps Country (Washington, District of Columbia).
Married Gerda E. Loenholm, June 2, 1909. Children: George Loenholm, Elizabeth Veazey (deceased), William Ronald, Commissioned.
Military adviser, Disarmament Conference, 1930-1934. Adviser, Dumbarton Oaks Conference, 1944, Pan-American Conference, Mexico City, 1945.