Frederick Elwood Uhl – Major General, United States Army

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Frederick Elwood Uhl, United States Military Academy, 1910

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Courtesy of Michael Stein:

Major General Frederick Elwood Uhl, U.S. Army
Born in Harrold, South Dakota, March 30, 1886
Died June 26, 1976
Cadet, U.S. Military Academy 1906-10
Graduated as No. 4914, Class of 1910

  • Second Lieutenant 1910
  • First Lieutenant 1916
  • Captain 1917
  • Major (NA) 1918
  • Lieutenant Colonel (NA) 1919
  • Major 1920
  • Lieutenant Colonel 1935
  • Colonel 1939
  • Brigadier General (AUS) 1940
  • Major General (AUS) 1942

Served with 6th Infantry Regiment 1910
Served with 21st Infantry Regiment (Philippines) 1910-12
Served with 8th Infantry Regiment (Philippines) 1912-13
en route to USA 1913-14

Instructor (Department of Tactics), U.S. Military Academy 1914-17 Assistant G-1 (Personnel), 3d Division, AEF 1917-18 Executive Officer, Organization & Equipment Division, G-1 Section, AEF 1918-19 Served with Equipment Branch, Operations Division, Army General Staff 1919-20 Instructor (Department of English), US. Military Academy 1920-24 Student, The Infantry School 1924-25 Mobilization, Plans & Training Officer, The Infantry School 1925-27 Student, Command & General Staff School 1927-28 Executive Officer & S-3, 2d Brigade 1928-31 Student, Army War College 1931-32 Assistant in Training Section, Office of Chief of Infantry 1932-33 Assistant in Arms, Equipment & Finance Section, Office of Chief of Infantry 1933-35 Executive Officer, 65th Infantry Regiment (Puerto Rico) 1935-37 Director of the Infantry Board, Fort Benning 1937-39 Commanding Officer, 38th Infantry Regiment 1939-40 Commander, Fort Douglas 1940 Assistant  Division Commander, 6th Infantry Division & Commanding General, Fort Francis E. Warren 1940-41 Commanding General, VII Corps Area (renamed 7th Service Command) 1941-44 Commanding General, 4th Service Command 1944-45 Commanding General, Replacement Command, US. Army Forces, Southwestern Pacific 1945. Retired August 31, 1946

Distinguished Service Medal – Legion of Merit – Purple Heart

UHL, FREDERICK ELWOOD JR MINOR SON OF FREDERICK E

  • SON OF M/GEN USA
  • DATE OF BIRTH: 07/16/1921
  • DATE OF DEATH: 03/26/1936
  • BURIED AT: SECTION 1  SITE 371-A
    ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY

UHL JULIA RAMSAY W/O UHL FREDERICK

  • DATE OF BIRTH: 06/12/1895
  • DATE OF DEATH: 05/30/1970
  • BURIED AT: SECTION 1  SITE 371-A
    ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY

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