Maj. Gen. Andrew Moses

Andrew Moses

Maj. Gen. Andrew Moses commanded the US Army, Pacific (Hawaiian Department) from 1937 to his retirement on 30 June 1938. A US Military Academy graduate, he gained his commission in 1897 into the Infantry. He also graduated from and later directed the Army War College.

During World War I, Moses commanded the 156th Brigade Field Artillery of the 81st Division in France. He later commanded the Coast and Antiaircraft Artillery Defenses in Panama. From 1930-1935 he was Chief of Staff for the War Department in Washington, DC.

Gen. Moses received the Distinguished Service Medal. He died on 22 December 1946. 



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General Robert B. Brown Commanding General

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