John Stewart Bragdon Edit Profile
Bachelor of Science, United States Military Academy, 1915, Master of Science, Carnegie Technology, 1923. United States Engineer School, 1919, Command and General staff schedul, 1928.
Commissioned Second lieutenant, 1915, and advanced through grades to major general, October 1950. Instructor United States Military Academy, 1923-1924, United States Engineer School, 1924-1927. On General Staff with troops, P.I., 1929-1931.
Contract officer, Engineer Department, War Department, 1931-1935. Assistant division engineer, North Atlantic Division, Engineer Department, 1935-1937, United States district engineer, Providence, Rhode Island, 1937-1941, division engineer South Atlantic Division, 1941-1944. Director Military Construction, Office Chief of Engineers, United States of America, 1944-1949, assistant chief of engrs., 1948-1951, deputy, 1949-1951.
Construction engineering, New York City, 1951-1953. V p. Vermilya-Brown Company, 1954. Staff Council of Economics Advisers to President, 1954-1955.
Assistant to President of the United States for public works planning, 1955-1960. Member Civil Aeronautics Board, 1960-1961. Consultant House Committee Public Works, 1961-1962.
Member Civil Aeronautics Board, 1960-1961. Member American International Assurance (honorary), American Society Military Engineers. Club: Army and Navy (Washington).
Married Ruth Josephine Hughes, April. Children: Ruth (Mistress Charles Donovan), Dorothy Mary (Mistress Robert L. L. McCormick) and John Stewart.