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Major General United States Army

Lytle BROWN, Major General United States Army. Member of Sons of the American Revolution; American Society Military Engineers; National. Geography Society Club: Army and Navy (Washington, D.0.,).

Background

BROWN, Lytle was born on November 22, 1872 in Nashville, Tennessee.

Education

Vanderbilt University, B.E 1893, C.E., 1894; United States Militaiw Academy.! 1898; Command and General. Staff School, 1923; Army War College, 1928

Career

Served in Santiago Cuba Campaign, 1898. Spanish-American War. 1898. Philippine Insurrection, 1900-1902, City Engineer, Manila, Philippine Islands.

Association Prof, of Engineering, 1903-1907, United States Military Academy. Diet Engnr. Louisville, Kentucky, 1908-1912. Diet Engineer, Nashville, Tennessee, 1916-1917.

Chief Engineer, Mexican Punitive Expedition. Colonel, National. Army Engineer Officer, 31 Division, Acting Inspector, General Brigadier General and Assistant Chief of Staff, United States Army, War Plans Division, President, Army War College. 1917-1919; Commanding Second Regiment Engineers, Command and General Staff School, United States Army, 1921-1925.

Assistant Commandant, Army War College, Washington, District of Columbia, 1926-1928, Brigadier General, United States Army, 1928-1929. Major General, United States Army Chief of Engineers, since 1929.

Membership

  • Member of Sons of the American Revolution. American Society Military Engineers. National. Geography Society Club: Army and Navy (Washington, D.0.,).

Connections

Spouse Louise Lewis, 1902, Nashville, Tennessee.