|Major General Henry C. Hodges, JR.||1917–1919|
|Brigadier General Ira Hayes (temporary ad interim)||1919|
|Major General Raymond H. Flemming||1946–1951|
|Major General Joseph A. Redding||1951–1957|
|BG John B. Webb||1957–1958|
|MG George W. Trousdale||1958–1963|
|MG Lincoln M Cummings||1963–1967|
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