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military historian

Montecue Judson Lowry, American military historian. Neighborhood commissioner Boy Scouts American, Fulda, Germany, 1960—1962; president Parent-Teachers Association, 1961—1962; Member of Society Military History.


Lowry, Montecue Judson was born on February 23, 1930 in Fort Worth, Texas, United States. Son of Mark and Susan Olivia (Hall) Lowry.


Bachelor of Science, United States Military Academy, West Point, New York, 1953. Bachelor, University Southern Mississippi, 1958. Master of Science, United States Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California, 1965.

Master of Arts, University Southern Mississippi, 1967. Doctor of Philosophy in Physics, Texas Christian University, 1977. Doctor of Philosophy in History, University North Texas, 1988.


Officer United States Army, 1953-1973. Chief quality control Vinnell Corporation, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, 1982-1983. Instructor history University North Texas, Denton, 1983-1986.

Military analyst Central Intelligence Agency, Washington, 1986-1988. Associate professor history Liberty University, Lynchburg, Virginia, 1988-1989. Associate professor physics Houston Baptist University, 1990-1996.

Military historian, since 1996.



Neighborhood commissioner Boy Scouts American, Fulda, Germany, 1960—1962. President Parent-Teachers Association, 1961—1962. Member of Society Military History.


  • Other Interests

    Bicycling, weightlifting, classical music, reading.


Married Jo Gail Tuttle, June 4, 1955 (divorced March 1985). 1 child Mary; Married Jennifer Lynn Gunlock, December 27, 1985. Children: Jeremy, Montecue J. World War II.

Mark Lowry

Susan Olivia (Hall) Lowry

Jo Gail Tuttle

Jennifer Lynn Gunlock

Mary Lowry

Jeremy Lowry

Montecue J. World War II Lowry