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 [decorative delimiter] Class of 1910

Vol. V

(Born Wis.)

Joseph E. Carberry

(Ap'd Wis.)


(Joseph Eugene Carberry, Born July 20, 1887, Waukesha, WI.)º

Military History. — Cadet at the Military Academy, June 15, 1906 to June 15, 1910, when he was graduated and promoted in the Army to

(Second Lieut., 6th Infantry)

Vol. VI
[Supplement, Vol. VI: 1910‑1920]

Military History. —

Second Lieut., 6th Infantry, June 15, 1910.

In Philippines with regiment, November, 1910, to June, 1912; at Presidio of San Francisco, Cal., with regiment, July, 1912, to March 1, 1913; detailed for aviation duty, March 15, 1913; at San Diego, Cal., at Signal Corps Aviation School, March, 1913, to

(Military Aviator, Sept. 25, 1913)

April, 1914; (at Hammondsport, N. Y., on duty at Curtiss Aeroplane Co., November, 1913); at Galveston, Texas, with 1st Aero Squadron, April to July, 1914;

(Junior Military Aviator, July 23, 1914)

at San Diego, Cal., July, 1914, to January, 1915; at Buffalo, N. Y., on duty at Curtiss Aeroplane Co., January to June, 1915; at San Diego, Cal., June‑July, 1915; at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, with 1st Aero Squadron, July to November, 1915; at San Antonio, Texas, November, 1915, to March, 1916; in Mexico with Mexican Punitive Expedition, March to June, 1916; at Aviation School, Mineola, L. I., June, 1916, to

(First Lieut. of Infantry, July 1, 1916)

March, 1917; in France, with American Embassy and American Expeditionary Forces, April, 1917, to

(Captain of Infantry, May 15, 1917)

(Military Aviator, July 19, 1917)

(Lieut.‑Colonel, Temporary, Signal Corps, Aug. 5, 1917)

May 1, 1918; at Washington, D. C., in General Staff, Division of Military Aeronautics, Air Service, June, 1918, to ––––

Vol. VII
[Supplement, Vol. VII: 1920‑1930]

Military History: —

Captain of Infantry, May 15, 1917.

Lieutenant-Colonel, Temporary, Signal Corps, Aug. 5, 1917.

At Washington, D. C., with Division of Military Aeronautics, General Staff, June, 1918, to Aug. 1; at Ellington Field, Tex., commanding post, Aug. 29 to Sept. 4; at Kelly Field, Tex., assistant to post commander, Sept. 5, 1918, to Jan. 23, 1919; at Hot Springs, Ark., sick in Army and Navy General Hospital, Jan. 24 to Mar. 10; at Rockwell Field, Calif., in charge of training, Apr. 9 to

(Returned to Grade of Captain, May 19, 1919)

May 29; on leave of absence to Aug. 4; at Camp Kearny, Calif., Camp Ordnance Officer, Aug. 5, 1919, to

(Relieved from Aviation Section, Signal Corps, Oct. 20, 1919)

(Major of Infantry, July 1, 1920)

Nov. 23, 1920; on leave of absence to Feb. 2, 1921; at Camp Kearny, Calif., auditing accounts, Feb. 3 to Mar. 3; at San Francisco, Calif., sick in Letterman General Hospital, Mar. 4 to May 16; at Camp Lewis, Wash., Recreation Officer, May 23, 1921, to Apr. 13, 1922; at San Francisco, Calif., sick in Letterman General Hospital, Apr. 15 to June 8; at Camp Lewis, Wash., Athletic Officer, June 10, 1922, to Apr. 28, 1923; at Camp Stephen D. Little, Ariz., commanding Battalion, May 11 to Nov. 20; at Fort Sam Houston, Tex., sick in hospital, Nov. 21, 1923, to May 20, 1924; at Denver, Colo., sick in Fitzsimons General Hospital, May 23 to Aug. 25, 1924.

Major, U. S. A., Retired, Aug. 25, 1924,
For Disability Incident to The Service.
Lieutenant-Colonel, U. S. A., Retired, June 21, 1930,
Act of June 21, 1930.

[Supplement, Vol. VIII: 1930‑1940]

Military History: —

Maj., Ret., Aug. 25, 1924.

Lt.‑Col., Ret., June 21, 1930.

Vol. IX
[Supplement, Vol. IX: 1940‑1950]

Military History: —

Maj Ret 25 Aug 24

Lt Col Ret 21 Jun 30

Civil History. — Box 104 S Pasadena Calif

Died, Nov. 12, 1961, at Los Angeles, CA: Aged 74.

Buried, Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery, San Diego, CA.

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