Emmons, Delos Carleton
Died: 1965 AD, at 76 years of age.
1888 - Born on the 12th of June in Huntington, West Virginia, United States.
1909 - He graduated from the United States Military Academy.
1912 - He went to Fort Gibbon, Alaska with the United States 30th Infantry Regiment.
1916 - He became a first lieutenant.
- He was detailed to the Signal Corps' Aviation Section for pilot training.
1917 - He was rated a junior military aviator on May.
- He a captain on July.
1918 - He was promoted to major and went to Mather Field, California, United States.
- He was promoted to lieutenant colonel.
1920 - He transferred to the United States Army Air Service.
1921 - He completed the Air Service Course at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States.
1924 - He went to Crissy Field, California, United States where he served as commanding officer of the field.
1927 - He went to Washington, D.C., United States as a executive officer for the chief of the Air Corps.
1928 - He held the same assignment for the Assistant Secretary of War for Air.
1934 - He was a commanding officer and air officer of the 18th Composite Wing and the Hawaiian
Department at Fort Shafter in the Hawaii.
1935 - He was promoted to colonel.
1936 - He returned to the United States in July 1936 as commander of the 1st Wing at March Field, California.
1939 - He was appointed the commander of General Headquarters (GHQ) Air Force at Langley, Field,
1940 - He was one of three American military observers sent to London, England.
- He was promoted to lieutenant general.
1943 - He was assigned as a commanding general of the Western Defense Command at Presidio,
San Francisco, U.S.A.
1944 - He headed the Alaskan Department at Fort Richardson.
1946 - He became commandant of the Armed Forces Staff Collage at Norfolk, Virginia, United States.
1965 - He died on this year.
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