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army officer

Homer Caffee Brown, American army officer. Member National Security League (New York), Press.

Background

Brown, Homer Caffee was born on September 25, 1893 in Carthage, Missouri, United States. Son of William Henry Samuel and Edna (Caffee) Brown.

Education

Bachelor of Science, United States Military Academy, 1917. Graduate Infantry School, company officers course, 1924, advanced course, 1930, Command and General staff schedul, 1934, Army War College, 1935, C.W.S., 1935.

Career

Caffee (wife Calvin McVeigh Jenkins, United States Army Air Corps). Commissioned Second lieutenant United States Army, 1917, advanced through grades to brigadier general. Served with 3d Infantry, Eagle Pass, Texas, 1917-1920, with 21st Infantry, Schofield Barracks, Hawaii, 1920-1923, with 16th Infantry, Governors Island, New York, 1930-1932.

With 9th Infantry, Fort Sam Houston, Texas, 1939-1940. Assistant G-3, Third Army, San Antonio, 1940-1941. Commanding officer, 9th Infantry, Fort Sam Houston, 1941-1945.

In S.W. Pacific area 1942-1946. G-3, 4th Army, San Antonio, 1946-1948. retired for physical disability.

Membership

Member National Security League (New York), Press.

Connections

Married Helen Lahm, August 8, 1917.

father:
William Henry Samuel Brown

mother:
Edna (Caffee) Brown

spouse:
Helen Lahm