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LIST OF OFFICERS IN ARTILLRY UNITS AT FORT ORD AS OF JAN. to OCT. 13, 1940

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LIST OF OFFICERS IN ARTILLRY UNITS AT FORT ORD AS OF JAN. TO OCT. 13, 1940


Note: The above silhouette represents a U.S. Army horse-drawn section. The illustrations were originally published in the “The Field Artillery Journal” and created by Mr H.S. Parker, son of Lt. Colonel Edwin P. Parker, FA. (Field Artillery Journal, Jan/Feb 1938, page 78). Source and permission: United States Army Fires Bulletin, Fort Sill, Oklahoma


LIST OF 76TH FIELD ARTILLERY OFFICERS IN JANUARY 1940

76TH FIELD ARTILLERY, 1ST BATTALION
Fort E. Warren, Wyoming

COMMANDING
Lt. Colonel H. Templeton

CAPTAINS
K.N. Decker
H.L. Ingham
C.A. Pyle
W.T. Kirn

FIRST LIEUTENANTS
W.J. Ledward
P.T. Hennigar
W.J. Daniel

SECOND LIEUTENANTS
R.H. Camp
C. Cantrell
S.P. Lay
M.E. Sparks


76TH FIELD ARTILLERY, 2ND BATTALION
Presidio of Monterey, California

COMMANDING
Lt. Colonel J.E. McMahon

MAJOR
W.A. Ray

CAPTAINS
E.A. Banning
W.N. Gillmore

FIRST LIEUTENANT
F.W. Ellery

SECOND LIEUTENANTS
D.C. Beere
V.G. Gilbert
A.W. Reed


Note: Peacetime strength to Wartime strength.


LIST OF OFFICERS IN ARTILLRY UNITS AT FORT ORD AS OF JAN. TO OCT. 13, 1940

Regular Army, and Reserve Officers on duty with Regular Army

HEADQUARTERS BATTERY, 7TH ARTILLERY
Fort Ord, Ca as of October 13, 1940

COMMANDING
Lt. Colonel R.G. Barkalow

MAJORS
W.C. Huggins
Paul A. Reichle
G.R. Scithers

CAPTAIN
R.B. Firehock

RESERVE OFFICRS
2nd Lt C.I. Zucker
2nd Lt J.R. Olson

31ST FIELD ARTILLERY BATTALION
Fort Ord, Ca as of October 13, 1940

COMMANDING
Lt. Colonel Ray W. Barker

MAJORS
Walter H. DeLange
John L. Graves
Joseph A. Cella

CAPTAINS
Ernest T. Owens
Roger W. Goldsmith
Willis W. Whelchel
Claude F. Burbach
Harald S. Sundt
John C. McCawley

1ST LIEUTENANT
Donald C. Beere

2ND LIEUTENANTS
Jacob F. Mynderse
Ariel W. Neilsen
William H. Mullin
Robert T. Tuck
John J. Kennedy


RESERVE OFFICERS

1ST LIEUTENANTS
Vernard O. Davis
Hubert P. Yarnell
Stanley C. Andersen
Thomas J. Badger
John C. Breedlove
Charles W. Coleman
Herbert E. Kessler
James H. Marsteller
Clifford H. Schlesselman
Martin E. Redfield
Edward J. Fleischer
Theodore I. Bernstein

2ND LIEUTENANTS
Roderick K. Henry
James F. McKenna
Richard H. Schweitzer
George D. Shambrook
Dyson C. Sweger
Robert S. Walker
Andrew D. Shoemake
Grant W. Buswell
Marlon L. Ellison
Grant F. Nelson
Robert S. Wright


76TH FIELD ARTILLERY REGIMENT (HD) Horse-Drawn. Fort Ord, Ca as of October 13, 1940

Note: The 76th Field Artillery Regiment, which for many years had been spread out between Fort Sill, Oklahoma, Fort Francis E. Warren, Wyoming and the Presidio of Monterey was once again at last a full regiment at Fort Ord, California. Consisting of the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Battalions, Colonel John E. Sloan Commanding.


COMMANDING
John E. Sloan

LT. COLONELS
Norman J. McMahon
Clifford B. Cole


MAJORS
Charles A. Pyle
Walter D. Webb Jr.
Edwards M. Quigley
Herbert B. Enderton
William C. Lucas


CAPTAINS
Edward L. Andrews
William N. Gillmore
Harold S. Isaacson
Frank V. Goodell
Phillip H. Draper, Jr
William T. Kirn
Edwin S. Hartshorn Jr
Frederick W. Ellery
William J. Daniel
William J. Ledward
Percy T. Henningar
Ralph R. Ganns
Lukas E. Hoska Jr
Terence P. Finnegan


1ST LIEUTENANTS
Murray E. Sparks
Robert H. Camp
Vernon G. Gilbert
Arthur W. Reed
Sylvan P. Lay


RESERVE OFFICERS

CAPTAIN
John S. Crafts


1ST LIEUTENANTS
Joseph R. Webb
Edward H. LaSalle
John V. Rathbone
Sydney E. Sacerdote
Albert A. Smith
James E. Grasse
Erdie O. Lansford
Eric M. Von Hurst
Joseph E. Terry
James D. Donlon Jr
John J. Watt Jr
Charles L. Evans
Ivan W. Weikel
Robert C. Harmly
Richard T. Benson
Roscoe W. Groo Jr
George S. Jackson
George H. Keck
Byron D Magee
Charles H. Olson
Charles E. Welsh
Herbert W. Winifree
John M. Loupe
Jess M. Harris Jr


2ND LIEUTENANTS
Joseph A. Schwartzman
Orville W. Pierce
Kenneth V. Deans
Floyd L. Glauser
Hix W. Meier
Darwin T. Bauman
John S. O’Neill, Jr
Boyd M. Wales
Ralph E. Magnuson
Abiel T. Sharp
Robert A. Stanis
John E. Murphy
Edward L. Walker
Francis J. Carsner
Robert H. Corgan
John L. West, Jr
James M. Johnson
Robert P. Muir
Charles L. Allen, Jr
Philo M. Baumgarter
Edward B. Elliot
Joseph P. Greenwood
David S. McCurdy
Roland C. McNaughton
Alexander Nisbet
Orrison M. Flatberg
John W. Elder
Elmer S. Shaler
Ferrel J. Ogilvie
Ralph H. Bowen
George V. Caldwell
Leonard W. Golden
Edward J. Johnson
George L. Lindahl
James A. Bollier
Edward J. Raleigh, Jr
Earl R. Sims
Walter G. Cadmus
George L. Reid
Lee R. Stickler
George B. Glover
Rex H. Light
Robert G. Davey
Ashley A. Binn
Howard H. Amos
Norman C. Eulberg
Harold D. Jenson
Paul A. Loop
Paul M. Nestler
George H. Harrington
Kyle T. Ballantyne


Source and permission: United States Army Fires Bulletin, Fort Sill, Oklahoma. Jan/Feb and Nov/Dec 1940 issues of “THE FIELD ARTILLERY JOURNAL”


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