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Arthur Pulsifer
Brigadier General, United States Army
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Brigadier General Arthur Pulsifer
Born in Kansas July 25, 1895
Died May 21, 1996

Cadet US. Military Academy 1916-18 (War Emergency Course)
Graduated as No. 6226 Class of 1918

Second Lieutenant 1918
First Lieutenant March 5, 1923
Captain ?
Major July 1, 1940
Lieutenant Colonel (AUS) September 18, 1941
Colonel (AUS) June 4, 1942
Lieutenant Colonel December 11, 1942
Colonel March 11, 1948
Brigadier General 1951

Served with the Infantry 1918-25
Transferred to Signal Corps 1925
Instructor, 36th Signal Company (Texas National Guard) 1925-31
Served with 2d Signal Company 1931-33
Commanding Officer, 2d Signal Company 1933
Officer in Charge of Construction, 15th Field Artillery Stables & Post Exchange Office 1933-34
Assistant to Department Signal Officer, Hawaiian Department 1934-37
Signal Instructor 35th Signal Company, 35th Divisional Area 1937-41
Assistant Signal Officer, 2nd US.Army 1941
Commanding Officer, 58th Signal Battalion 1941-42
Signal Officer, VII US.Corps 1942-43
Signal Officer, 3rd US.Army 1943-44
Deputy Signal Officer, European Theater of Operations 1944
Signal Officer, 10th US.Army 1944-45
Deputy Signal Officer, Middle Pacific Theater 1945-47
Signal Officer, Middle Pacific Theater 1947
Signal Officer, 2nd US.Army 1947-50
Assistant Chief Signal Officer, US.Army 1950-52
Retired (Disability) 1952



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