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Dates: day-month-year, so 10.08.1909 is August 10, 1909. Abbreviations and explanations can be found at the help page.
Abbreviations for the American States are:
AL, Alabama AK, Alaska AR, Arkansas AZ, Arizona CA, California CO, Colorado CT, Connecticut DE, Delaware DC, District of Columbia FL, Florida GA, Georgia HI, Hawaii IA, Iowa ID, Idaho IL, Illinois IN, Indiana KS, Kansas KY, Kentucky LA, Louisiana MA, Massachusetts MD, Maryland ME, Maine MI, Michigan MN, Minnesota MO, Missouri MS, Mississippi MT, Montana NC, North Carolina ND, North Dakota NE, Nebraska NH, New Hampshire NJ, New Jersey NM, New Mexico NY, New York NV, Nevada OH, Ohio OK, Oklahoma OR, Oregon PA, Pennsylvania RI, Rhode Island SC, South Carolina SD, South Dakota TN, Tennesee TX, Texas UT, Utah VA, Virginia VT, Vermont WA, Washington WI, Wisconsin WV, West Virginia WY, Wyoming
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Son of H.A. Arnold and Louise Harley. Married (1913), Eleanor Pool; three sons, one daughter.
Hon. GCB (1945); Clarence H. Mackay Trophy, 1912 and 1935; Collier Trophy, 1943
Education: US Military Academy, West Point (01.08.1903-14.06.1907);
Army Industrial College (1925); Command and General Staff School (1929)
(With General Ira C. Eaker): This Flying Game, 1936; Winged Warfare, 1941; Army Flyer, 1942