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Brown, Col. Earl I„ Engineer Corps,
Richmond, Va„ to home to await re
tirement; June 4.
Spruit, Lt. Col. Charles B., Medical
Corps, Fort Leavenworth, Kans., to
office of surgeon general; June 25.
Cooley, Lt. Col. Elias E., Medical
Corps, office of surgeon general, to
Letterman General Hospital, San
Francisco; June 14.
Metidis, Lt. Col. Victor N„ Medical
Corps, Walter Reed General Hospital,
to Fort Lewis. Wash.; June 14.
McAlpine, Lt. Col. Harrison, infan
try, Vancouver Barracks, Wash., to
Army War College; August 30.
Cockrell, Lt. Col. James K., cavalry,
Charleston, W. Va., to Army War Col
lege; May 1.
McBride, Lt. Col. Robert B, jr..
Field Artillery, Indiana National
Guard. Indianapolis, to Army War
College; August 25.
Crittenberger, Lt. Col. Willis D„
Cavalry, Fort Knox, Ky., to office of
chief of cavalry.
Almond, Maj. Edward M„ General
Staff Corps, office of chief of staff, to
Fort George G. Meade, Md., June 30;
to Maxwell Field, Ala., September 13.
Ramey, Maj. Rufus S., cavalry,
Army War College, to Fort Leaven
worth, Kan.
Cushman, Maj. Horace O., infantry,
Army War College, to New York City.
Hull, Maj. John E., infantry, Army
War College, to Fort Leavenworth,
Tindall, Maj. Richard D., infantry.
Fort Leavenworth, Kans., to office of
chief of infantry; June 30.
Whittaker, Maj. Bernard, Ordnance
Department Reserve, West Point, Pa.,
to office of chief of ordnance; May 1.
Griswold. Capt. Harland C., infan
try, Fort Washington, Md., to West
Virginia National Guard, Beckley;
June 1.
Horton. Capt. John B., field artil
lery, Virginia Military Institute, Lex
ington, to Fort Leavenworth, Kans.;
September 13.
Deichelmano, Capt. Matthew K.,
coast artillery, Fort Monroe. Va., to
Maxwell Field, Ala.; September 13.
Prizer, Capt. Oliver H„ Fort George
G. Meade, Md., to Panama Canal De
partment; September 1.
Each of following officers, field artil
lery, Fort Sill, Okla., to Fort Hoyle,
Md.; First Lt. Dwight E. Beach, First
Lt. Paul W. Steinbeck.
Whalen, First Lt. Horace K., field
artillery, Fort Sill, Okla., to Fort
Myer, Va.
Walsh, First Lt. James E.. Engineer
Corps, Fort Belvoir. Va., to Fort Du
Pont, Del.
Haberstroh, Second Lt. Charles Fer
dinand. Chemical Warfare Service Re
serve, Waltham, Mass., to Edgewood
Arsenal, Md.; May 8.
Wellington, Warrant Officer Charles
J., Fort Sam Houston, Tex., to Walter
Reed General Hospital for treatment.
Reveley, Warrant Officer Robert W.,
to Baltimore on expiration of his pres
ent tour of foreign service.
Kimmett, Warrant Officer Pierce F„
to Baltimore, on expiration of his
present tour of foreign service.
Klein, Warrant Officer Gustav,
Finance School, to Seattle, Wash.;
June 10.
Hempstone, Capt. Smith, Supply
Corps, detached Destroyer Flotilla 1,
to Bureau Supplies and Ammunition;
Eagle, Comdr. Carlton R., Supply
Corps, detached Procurement Division,
Treasury Department, to Navy Yard,
Pearl Harbor, T. H.; May 14.
Robertson, Comdr. Carl J., Medical
Corps, detached XJ. S. S. Portland, to
Naval Hospital; July.
Boyle, Comdr. James D, Supply
Corps, detached XJ. S. S. Saratoga, to {
Navy Yard, Philadelphia; July.
Richardson, Comdr. Lawrence B., j
detached Naval Aircraft Factory, Phil
adelphia, to Bureau Aeronautics; May.
Johnson, Comdr. Einar R., detached
XJ. S. S. Dent, to Bureau Engineering;
Martin, Comdr. Charles F., detached
11th Naval District, to office of Judge
advocate general; June.
Hamilton, Lt. Comdr. William V.,
detached U. S. 6. Claxton, to shore
establishments division; June.
Pendleton, Lt. Comdr. Parley E., de
tached U. S. S. Tillman, to Bureau En
gineering; June.
Royar, Lt. Comdr. Murray L., Sup
ply Corps, detached Bureau Supplies
and Ammunition, to U. S. S. Saratoga:
Lake, Lt, Richard C., detached Na
val Academy, to Asiatic Station; May.
Lamb, Lt. Raymond S., detached
naval operations, to U. S. S. Cuttle
fish; April.
Wenger, Lt. Joseph N.. detached
naval operations, to U. S. S. Tillman:
Bruton, Lt. Henry C., detached U.
S. S. S-39, to office of Judge advocate
general; April.
Reynolds, Lt. Luther K , detached
U. S. S. Yorktown, to Naval Academy;
Watson, Lt. Paul W„ detached Na
val Academy, to U. S. S. Ranger; June.
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Yeoman*, Lt. Elmer E., detached
Bureau Engineering, to U. 6. 8. Sargo;
Crosland, Lt. George N., Dental
Corps, detached Naval Training Sta
tion, Norfolk, Va., to V. 8. 8. York;
Stuart, Lt. (j. g.) Joseph M.. de
tached U. 8. 8. Erie, to Navy Yard,
Portsmouth, Va.; August.
Hughes, Lt. (J. g.) John N„ de
tached U. S. S. Case, to Naval Acad
emy; May.
Volk, Lt. (J. g.) Louis F, detached
U. s. S. Lamson, to Naval Academy;
Young, Lt. (j. g.) Andrew L„ Jr.,
detached U. 8. S. Brazos, to Naval
Academy; June.
Humes, Lt. (j. g.) Ralph M., Supply
Corps, detached Destroyer Division 32,
to Navy Yard, Philadelphia; June.
Streeter, Chief Machinist Edwin W.,
detached Navy Yard, to Submarine
Base, New London, Conn.; September.
Wilson, Chief Machinist William C.,
detached Navy Yard, Portsmouth, Va.,
to U. 8. 8. Wichita; August.
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