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army officer

John W. Gulick, American army officer. Served as First lieutenant United States Vols., 1898.

Background

Gulick, John W. was born on November 8, 1874 in Goldsboro, North Carolina, United States. Son of James Wharton and Susan Holland (Green) Gulick.

Education

Graduated from the United States Artillery School, 1905, Army War College, 1925.

Career

Served as First lieutenant United States Vols., 1898. Commissioned First lieutenant, United States of America, September 17, 1901. Promoted through grades to colonel, August 19, 1925.

Major general, March 20, 1930. Instructor, Coast Artillery School, 1905-1911. On duty with Chilean Government, 1911-1915.

Director Coast Artillery School, 1915-1917. Chief of staff, 40th Division, 1917-1918. Chief of staff, Army Artillery, First Army, American Expeditionary Force, 1918-1919.

On War Department General Staff, 1919-1924. Later chief of coast artillery. Distinguished Service Medal (United States).

Legion of Honor (France).

Membership

Served as First lieutenant United States Vols., 1898.

Connections

Married Florence MacMullan, July 3, 1905.

father:
James Wharton Gulick

mother:
Susan Holland (Green) Gulick

spouse:
Florence MacMullan