John L. De Witt - Military Career

Military Career

DeWitt was born at Fort Sidney, Nebraska on January 9, 1880. On October 10, 1898, he was appointed as a second lieutenant with the U.S. Army infantry. He would go on to serve nearly fifty years of his life (from 1898 to 1947) within the U.S. Army in various posts.

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