Frederic J. Brown – Lieutenant General, United States Army

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Born on 9 July 1905 in South Dakota, Frederic J. Brown was commissioned a field artillery officer from the U.S. Military Academy in 1927.

In WWII, he served as the 3d Armored Division DIVARTY Commander.

He attended the Naval War College (1947); served at Headquarters EUCOM (1950); was the Assistant Chief-of-Staff for Operations at Hq's USAREUR (1952); Assistant Chief-of-Staff at Headquarters EUCOM (1952-54); Commander 3rd Division (1959-60); Commander V Corps (1960); Commander, Headquarters Allied Land Forces Southern Europe (1962-63); Commander Sixth Army (1963-65); and retired in 1965 as a Lieutenant General.

His awards included two Distinguished Service Medals, two Silver Star Medals, two Legions of Merit, the Bronze Star Medal, and the Air Medal.

He died in Washington, DC on 13 March 1971.

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\FREDERIC J BROWN
LTG USA

  •  DATE OF BIRTH: 07/09/1905
  •  DATE OF DEATH: 03/13/1971
  •  BURIED AT: SECTION 5  SITE 49

ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY

BROWN, KATHRYN R

  • DATE OF BIRTH: 10/26/1903
  • DATE OF DEATH: 11/17/1988
  • BURIED AT: SECTION 5  SITE 49

ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY

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