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Staley A. CAMPBELL Edit Profile

lieutenant colonel , United States Army

Staley A. CAMPBELL, Lieutenant Colonel, United States Army. Member of Spanish War Veterans; New York Society Military and Naval Officers of World War; F. & Master of Arts; Scabbard & Blade.

Background

CAMPBELL, Staley A. was born on September 16, 1874 in Chatham, 111. Son of Staley D. and Mary Elizabeth (Joy) Campbell.

Education

Infantry and Cavalry School, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, 1906. Motor Transport School, United States Army, Camp Holabird, Maryland, 1920. Infantry School. 1921.

Career

Y. Jfieut. Colonel, temporary, 1918, Major, 1920, Lieutenant Colonel, United States Infantry, 1921. Served, Spanish- American War, Philippine Insurrection, World War. Awarded citation for gallantry in action, France, 1918.

Assistant Chief of Staff, 77 Division Reserve, 1925-1928. Professor, Military Science and Tactics, New York University, 1920-1925, since 1928.

Membership

Member of Spanish War Veterans. New York Society Military and Naval Officers of World War. F. & Master of Arts; Scabbard & Blade.

Connections

Spouse Fay Elise Gunther, June 9, 1903, Brooklyn, N.