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army officer

Robert Miller Montague, American army officer. Member Delta Tau Delta.; Club: Army and Navy Country (Arlington, Virginia).

Background

Montague, Robert Miller was born on August 7, 1899 in Portland, Oregon, United States. Son of Charles David and Effie (Miller) Montague.

Education

Student of University of Oregon, 1916-1917. Bachelor of Science, United States Military Academy, 1919. Graduate Field Artillery Basic School, 1920, Field Artillery School, Advanced Course, 1933, Command and General staff schedul, 1938.

Career

1 son, Robert Miller. Commissioned Second lieutenant, Field Artillery, United States Army, November 1, 1918, and advanced through the grades to lieutenant general, 1955. Operations and Training Division, G-3, July 1941.

Artillery Commander 83d Infantry Division, June 1942-March 1946. Director of Antiaircraft and Guided Missiles Branch of the Artillery School, 1946-1947. Commanding general, Sandia Base, Albuquerque, New Mexico, July 1947-February 1951.

Director OPOT Division, Headquarters EUCOM, 1951-1952. Deputy chief army Field Forces, since 1952. Commanding general, I Corps, 1955-1956.

Commander chief, Carribean Command, since 1957.

Membership

Member Delta Tau Delta. Club: Army and Navy Country (Arlington, Virginia).

Connections

Married Mary Louise Moran, June 21, 1921.

father:
Charles David Montague

mother:
Effie (Miller) Montague

spouse:
Mary Louise Moran