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Charles Hines
Brigadier General, United States Army
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Brigadier General Charles Hines, U.S. Army
Born December 25, 1888 in Salt Lake City, Utah
Died October 17, 1966 in Washington D.C.

Cadet U.S. Military Academy 1906-10
Graduated as No. 4902, Class of 1910

Second Lieutenant 1910
First Lieutenant 1915
Captain 1917
Major 1918
Captain 1919
Major 1920
Lieutenant Colonel 1934
Colonel 1939
Brigadier General (AUS) 1941
Retired as Colonel October 31, 1946
Promoted Brigadier General (Retired) August 16, 1948

Served with Coast Artillery Company, Fort Monroe 1910-11
Served with Coast Artillery Company, Fort Winfield Scott 1911-13 Adjutant, Coast Artillery Defenses of San Francisco 1913-16 Student, Coast Artillery School 1917 Served at 1st Officers Training Camp, Fort McPherson 1917 Served with Office of Chief of Coast Artillery 19171-8 Staff Officer, Headquarters Army Artillery, 1st US. Army, AEF 1918 On special duty with 39th Artillery Brigade 1918 Chief of Staff, 39th Artillery Brigade 1918 Commanding Officer, 53rd Ammunition Train 1918-19 Served with Office of Chief of Coast Artillery 1919 Instructor, US. Military Academy 1919-24 Served with Inspector-General's Department, Manila 1924-26 Served with Inspector-General's Department, IX Corps Area 1926-28 Student, Coast Artillery School 1928-29 Student, Command & General Staff School 1929-31 Treasurer, US. Military Academy 1931-36 Student, Army War College 1936-37 Student, Army Industrial College 1937-38 Executive Secretary, Army & Navy Munitions Board 1938-42 Commanding General, 38th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Brigade 1942-45 Commanding General, Anti-Aircraft Artillery Defenses of Philadelphia & Washington D.C. 1942-43 Commanding General, Anti-Aircraft Artillery Defenses of New York City & Hartford 1943-44 Commanding General, Anti-Aircraft Artillery, 3rd US. Army 1944-45 Chairman, Joint Commission on National Guard, Reserve & Regular Army to formulate new post war policy for National Guard & Reserves 1945-46 Ret. 1946

Legion of Merit (Two)
Bronze Star Medal



Charles Hines Gravesite PHOTO
Photo Courtesy of Ruccell C. Jacobs, August 2006

HINES, CHARLES
BG US ARMY
VETERAN SERVICE DATES: 12/25/1918 - 10/31/1946
DATE OF BIRTH: 12/25/1888
DATE OF DEATH: 10/17/1966
DATE OF INTERMENT: 10/21/1966
BURIED AT: SECTION 3  SITE 2300-A

HINES, LOWELLA CARTER
DATE OF BIRTH: 10/15/1896
DATE OF DEATH: 12/16/1973
DATE OF INTERMENT: 12/20/1973
BURIED AT: SECTION 3  SITE 2300-A
 ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY 
  WIFE OF HINES, CHARLES BG US ARMY

HINES, CHARLES BOES
COL US ARMY
VETERAN SERVICE DATES: 06/12/1937 - 07/31/1964
DATE OF BIRTH: 12/20/1915
DATE OF DEATH: 11/01/2002
DATE OF INTERMENT: 12/05/2002
BURIED AT: SECTION 3  SITE 2300-A - Arlington National Cemetery


Posted: 8 June 2004  Updated: 20 June 2004 Updated: 21 August 2006
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Legion of Merit 2 awards
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Bronze Star Medal