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Harry Clyde Ingles, American army officer. Fellow American Institute Elec. Engineers; member Institute Radio Engineers; member Beta Theta Pi.; Mason.


Ingles, Harry Clyde was born on March 12, 1888 in Pleasant Hill, Nebraska, United States. Son of William and Martha (Turner) Ingles.


Student of University Nebraska, 1906-1909. Bachelor of Science, United States Military Academy, 1914. D. England, U. Nebraska, 1945.

Graduate Army Signal School, Fort Monmouth, New Jersey, 1920, Command and General staff schedul, Fort Leavenworth, 1928, Army War College, Washington, District of Columbia, 1931. D. England, Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute, 1946.


Commissioned Second lieutenant, Infantry, United States Army, 1914, advanced through the grades to brigadier general, April 25, 1941, major general, December 2, 1942. Served as captain and major Infantry and Signal Corps, World War I. Chief of staff, Caribbean Defense Command, March-December 1942.

Panama Mobile Forces, December 16, 1942-February 23, 1943. Deputy commander European Theatre of Operations, March 1, 1943-May 25, 1943. Chief Signal Officer United States Army, July 1, 1943-March 31, 1947, Received Distinguished Service Medal (United States).

Officer Legion of Honor (Fr.). Commander Order British Empire (England). Commander Orden de Boyaca (Columbia).

Commander Orden de Liberatador (Venezuela). Now consultant, director Radio Corporation of America. Director Radio Corporation of America Communications, Inc., N.B.C.


Fellow American Institute Elec. Engineers; member Institute Radio Engineers. Member Beta Theta Pi.

Mason.; Clubs: Army and Navy (Washington).


Married Grace Murray Salisbury December 26, 1914. Children: Martha Salisbury, Mary Osborne, John Stephen.

William Ingles

Martha (Turner) Ingles

Grace Murray Salisbury December 26

John Stephen Ingles

Mary Osborne Ingles

Martha Salisbury Ingles