The Generals of WWII

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Portrait of Brigadier-General Henry Black Clagett

Clagett, Henry Black

Brigadier-General

* 19th of December 1884

† 14th of November 1952

(USAAF)

Nickname: Sue

Promotions

1930-02-01 Lieutenant-Colonel
1935-08-01 Colonel
1936-02-29 Brigadier-General (Temporary)
1936-06-16 Reverted to Colonel
1940-10-01 Brigadier-General (Army of the United States)
1942-03-06 Termination of rank Brigadier-General (Army of the United States)
1948-XX-XX Brigadier-General (Retired)

Service

1926-08-XX 1930-06-XX Air Officer, 9th Corps Area
1930-07-XX 1931-10-XX Commanding Officer Brooks Field, Texas
1931-10-20 1935-03-01 Commanding Officer Kelly Field, Texas
1934-06-XX 1935-03-01 Commanding Officer Air Corps Advanced Flying School
1935-03-01 1935-08-XX Chief of Buildings & Grounds Section, Office of the Chief of the Air Corps
1935-09-XX 1936-02-XX Attending the Army Industrial College
1936-03-01 1936-07-17 Commanding General 1st Wing
1936-03-01 1936-07-17 Commanding General March Field, California
1936-07-XX 1936-08-XX Air Officer, 9th Corps Area
1936-09-XX 1941-03-XX Commanding Officer Selfridge Field, Michigan
1941-04-XX 1941-10-07 Commanding General Philippine Department Air Force 00.05.41-00.05.41: Member of the Air Corps' Mission to China
1941-08-XX 1941-10-XX Member of the Air Corps' Mission to Malaya & Netherlands East Indies
1941-10-07 1941-11-11 Acting Commanding General Philippine Department Air Force
1941-11-16 1941-12-XX Commanding General 5th Interceptor Command (Provisional)
1941-12-24 1942-03-06 Acting Commanding General US Army Forces in Australia
1942-01-13 1942-01-27 Commanding General Base Section 2, US Army Forces in Australia
1942-03-12 1943-04-13 Commanding Officer Sheppard Field, Texas
1943-05-XX 1943-07-XX Commanding Officer Air Corps Tactical School, St. Petersburg, Florida
1943-08-XX 1943-12-XX Commanding Officer Basic Training Center Air Corps No. 4
1944-01-XX 1944-11-30 Attahed to Headquarters US Army Air Forces
1944-11-30 Retired
Picture source: Courtesy of Shawn M. Bohannon