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Samuel Benjamin ARNOLD Edit Profile

colonel , United States Army

Samuel Benjamin ARNOLD, Colonel, United States Army. Member of Loyal Legion; Military Order of World War and Carabao.


ARNOLD, Samuel Benjamin was born on August 6, 1867 in W. Point, New York, United States. Son of Abraham Kerns and Sarah Josephine (Benjamin) Arnold.


United States Military Academy, Distinguished Graduate Line Class, Staff College.


I. Lieutenant Colonel, 1917. Colonel of Infantry, National Army, 1917. Colonel United States Army, 1920.

Aide-de-Camp to Brigadier General A. K. Arnold, during Spanish-American War, 1898. Judge Advocate, 2 Division and Adjunct General, 2 Division, 7 Army Corps. Regular Adjunct, 1 Cavalry, 1901-1905.

Commanding trains and military police, 86 Division. Rockford, 111., 1917-1918. Professor, Military Science and Tactics, College, of City of New York, 1920-1928.


Member of Loyal Legion. Military Order of World War and Carabao. Clubs: Army and Navy (Washington, District of Columbia).

Army and Navy (New York.


Spouse Lucille Rutherlurd Clements, November 26, 1895, Flushing, L.