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Charles V. Bromley, Jr.
Major General, United States Army
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Courtesy of Michael Stein:

Major General Charles Vinson Bromley Jr.
Born March 17, 1902 in West Virginia
Died May 23, 1984 in Wilmettell

Cadet, U. S. Military Academy 1919-23
Graduated as No. 7083, Class of 1923

Second Lieutenant 1923
First Lieutenant 1928
Captain 1935
Major 1940
Lieutenant Colonel (AUS) 1942
Colonel (AUS) 1942
Lieutenant Colonel 1946
Colonel 1948
Brigadier General 1953
Major General 1955

Squadron Adjutant, 2nd Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment 1923-24
Served with Service Troop, 4th Cavalry Regiment 1924-27
Regimental Adjutant, 4th Cavalry Regiment 1927-28
Student, Cavalry School 1928-29
Served with 7th Cavalry Regiment 1929-31
Assistant Provost Marshall, 1st Cavalry Division 1931-33
Served with Troop "E", 26th Cavalry Regiment, Philippines 1933-34
Assistant Post Adjutant, Ft. Stotsenburg 1934-35
Served with Headquarters, 1st Cavalry Division 1935-37
Commanding Officer, Troop "F", 1st Cavalry Regiment 1937-38
Student, Infantry School 1938-39
Served with 2nd Squadron, 12th Cavalry Regiment 1939
Commanding Officer, Troop "E", 12th Cavalry Regiment 1939-40
Assistant to Assistant Chief of Staff G-3 (Plans & Training), 1st Armored Division 1940-41
Assistant to Assistant Chief of Staff G-3 (Plans & Training), Headquarters Armored Force 1941
Secretary of the General Staff, Headquarters Armored Force 1941-43
Commanding Officer, 16th Armored Regiment, 16th Armored Division 1943-44
Commander, Combat Command "B", 12th Armored Division 1944-45
Chief of Staff, 1st Armored Division 1945-46
Executive Officer, G-3 (Plans & Training) Division, Headquarters US. European Command 1946-47
Student, Industrial College of the Armed Forces 1947-48
Served with G2 (Intelligence) Division, Army General Staff 1948-50
Served with Office of the Chief Army Field Forces 1950-52
Served with G-2 (Intelligence) Division, Army Forces Far East 1952
Deputy G-2 (Intelligence), Headquarters Far East Command 1952-53
Civil Administrator of Ryukyus Islands 1953-54
Assistant Commandant, the Armored Center 1954-55
Commandant, The Armor School 1955-56
Retired 1956

Legion of Merit - Bronze Star Medal (two) - Distinguished Service Medal

Major General Charles V. Bromley, Jr. was born on 17 March 1902 and died on 23 May 1984.  He served in both World War II and the Korean War.

Information regarding General Bromley is being sought.

BROMLEY, CHARLES V JR
MG   US ARMY
VETERAN SERVICE DATES: 09/01/1946 - 03/31/1956
DATE OF BIRTH: 03/17/1902
DATE OF DEATH: 05/23/1984
DATE OF INTERMENT: 05/29/1984
BURIED AT: SECTION 11  SITE 146-B
ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY

BROMLEY, ELIZABETH W
DATE OF BIRTH: 03/17/1902
DATE OF DEATH: 10/12/1982
DATE OF INTERMENT: 10/18/1982
BURIED AT: SECTION 11  SITE 146-B
ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY
WIFE OF BROMLEY, CHARLES V JR  MG   US ARMY


Posted: 16 August 2003  - Updated: 9 September 2003 - Updated: 3 October 2004
US Military Academy (West Point) SEAL

Distinguished Service Medal
Distinguished
Service Medal
 
 
 
 

Legion of Merit
Legion of Merit
 
 
 
 

Bronze Star Medal
Bronze Star (2)
 
 
 
 

CV Bromley Jr. Gravesite PHOTO
Photo By M. R. Patterson, 28 June 2003