Brig. Gen. Charles G. Treat
Brig. Gen. Charles G. Treat commanded the US Army, Pacific (Hawaiian Department) briefly during 1917 until his appointment to Chief of the American Military Mission to Italy during World War I. A graduate of the US Military Academy in 1882, he gained a commission in the Artillery and later graduated from the Army War College.
Prior to the World War I, Treat commanded Camp Sheridan in Montgomery, Alabama. He received a promotion to major general on 5 August 1917. After the war he served in the Philippines prior to his retirement on 27 April 1922. He died on 11 October 1941.
USARPAC postures and prepares the force for unified land operations, responds to threats, sustains and protects the force, and builds military relationships that develop partner defense capacity in order to contribute to a stable and secure U.S. Pacific Command area of responsibility.
Vincent K. Brooks
|25th Infantry Division|
|U.S. Army Alaska|
|U.S. Army Japan|
|8th Theater Sustainment Command|
|311th Theater Signal Command|
|94th Army Air Missile Defense Command|
|9th Mission Support Command|
|196th Infantry Brigade|
|500th Military Intelligence Brigade|
|18th Medical Command|
|5th Battlefield Coordination Detachment|