Education, Naval Academy, 1923-25; early assignments and training; antibanditry activities in Nicaragua; post graduate work, aeronautics; engineering, 1935-38; Bureau of Aeronautics, 1938-40; World War II: fighter operations Guadalcanal, Okinawa; air stations postwar; National War College; Chief of Staff and Commanding General 1st Marine Aircraft Wing in Korea, 1952-56; Commanding General, Fleet Ma rine Force Pacific, Air, 1958-61.
Air pilots; Veterans; Aeronautics, Military; World War, 1939-1945--Naval operations, American; Korean War, 1950-1953--Naval operations, American; Amphibious warfare; Jack, Samuel S; United States. Marine Corps Aviation
oral histories; sound recordings
Marine Corps officer.
Interviewed by Benis M. Frank on June 21, 1970.
United States Marine Corps, History and Museums Division, Gift 1976