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John Francis Uncles
Lieutenant General, United States Army
District of Columbia (Washington, DC) Flag
Uncles, John Francis
Born September 18, 1898
Died January 20, 1967
United States Army
Lieutenant General
Residence: Washington, DC
Arlington National Cemetery Section 3, Grave 8982-C
Buried January 24, 1967
Uncles, Elizabeth Banks

Born October 2, 1902
Died May 29, 1999
US Marine Corps
Corporal
Residence: Mclean, Virginia 
Arlington National Cemetery Section 3, Grave 8982-C
Buried June 8, 1999
Information By Michael T. Stein

Regarding  needed information about Lieutenant General John F. Uncles:
The following information is recorded in my collection:

Second Lieutenant (USMA) 1922
First Lieutenant March 19th, 1927
Captain August 1st, 1935
Major July 1st, 1940
Lieutenant Colonel January 1st, 1942
Colonel (AUS) July 17th, 1942
Brigadier General (AUS) August 24th, 1944
Lieutenant Colonel (USA) June 13th, 1945
Brigadier General (AUS) terminated January 31st, 1946
Colonel March 11th, 1948
Brigadier General 1950
Major General 1952
Lieutenant General 1956

Instructor US.Military Academy (Philosophy) 1934-47.
Served with 11th Field Artillery (Hawaii) 1934-37.
Student, Command & General Staff School 1937-38.
Instructor (Dept. of Tactics & Communications), Field Artillery School 1938-40.
Assistant Personnel Officer, Office of the Chief of Field Artillery 1940-42.
Assistant G-1 (Personnel), Army Ground Forces 1942-43.
Assistant Executive, Field Artillery Training Center (Ft. Sill) 1943.
Student, New Division Officers Course, Field Artillery School 1943.
Commanding Officer, 404th Field Artillery Group 1943-44.
Commanding General, 34th Field Artillery Brigade 1944-45.
Commanding General, 32nd Field Artillery Brigade 1945-46.
Assistant G-1 (Personnel), Army Ground Forces 1946-48.
Chief of Staff, US. Constabulary, Europe 1948-50.
Commanding General, 3rd Infantry Division 1950-51.
Artillery Commander, 7th Army 1951-52.
Deputy Assistant Army Chief of Staff G-4 (Supply) 1952-53.
Chief of Research & Development (Dept. of the Army) 1953-54.
Chief of Staff, U. S. Army-Pacific 1954-56.
Commanding General, VII US. Corps 1956-58.
Retired 1958
 Distinguished Service Medal
Legion of Merit
Bronze Star


Posted: 21 October 2001 Updated: 24 November 2005
US Military Academy (West Point) SEAL
 

Distinguished Service Medal
 

Legion of Merit
 

Bronze Star Medal