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Officers of the Third Infantry Company - 3rd OTC - 1918

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Brief biographies of the Third Infantry Company Command Training Officers of the Third Officers Training Camp at Camp Devens. Biographies contain the necessary information, including birth, marital status, education, military resumé, assignments, and photographs.

THIRD COMPANY OFFICERS

CAPTAIN D. GORDON HUNTER, Commanding. Born in Jersey City, N. J., August 16, 1892. Married. Attended University of Edinburgh, 1911-1912. Attended Citizens' Plattsburg Camp, August, 1916. Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant Infantry USRC November 6, 1916.

Ordered to active duty May 8, 1917, with 7th Co., 1st Provisional Training Regiment, Plattsburg, N. Y. Promoted to Captain Infantry, USRC, August 15, 1917. Assigned to 151st Depot Brigade, Camp Devens, Mass.

On detached service with 2nd OTC Plattsburg, N. Y., commanding 7th Co., August, 1917—November, 1917. Ordered to special duty commanding 3rd Co., 3rd OTC, Camp Devens, Mass., January 5, 1918.

FIRST LIEUTENANT PEARL D. HILL. Born in Swanton, Ohio, September 16, 1879. Married. Enlisted in US Army, April, 1900. Served with C Co., 22nd US Infantry three years; with E Co., 30th US Infantry three years; with C Co., 16th US Infantry nine years. Served in Philippines, 1900-1902; in Alaska 1910-1912; with Pershing's Punitive Expedition into Mexico 1916-1917.

Appointed temporary lieutenant, US Army, July 8, 1917. Appointed First Lieutenant USNA, August 15, 1917. Assigned as Battalion Adjutant to 301st Infantry, Camp Devens, Mass. Ordered to special duty with 3rd Co., 3rd OTC, Camp Devens, Mass., January 5, 1918.

FIRST LIEUTENANT HAZEN B. HINMAN. Born in North Stratford, N. H., March 29, 1892. Dartmouth College, A.B., 1914. Attended First Training Camp, Plattsburg, N. Y., May, 1917 to August, 1917.

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant Infantry R. C., August 15, 1917. Assigned to 27th Co., 151st Depot Brigade, Camp Devens, Mass. Promoted to 1st Lieutenant Infantry, USNA, January 1, 1918. Ordered to special duty with 3rd Co., 3rd OTC, Camp Devens, Mass., January 5, 1918.

SECOND LIEUTENANT HAROLD S. TUCK, Executive Officer. Born in Boston, Mass., January 14, 1889. Married. Middlebury College A.B., 1911; Dartmouth College A.B., 1913; Tuck School of Administration and Finance M. C. S., 1914.

Enlisted Troop A, 1st Squadron, Mass. Cavalry, June, 1915. Served on Mexican border 1916. Attended First Training Camp, Plattsburg, N. Y., May, 1917 to August, 1917.

Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant Infantry, USRC, August 15, 1917. Assigned to 24th Co., 151st Depot Brigade, Camp Devens, Mass. Ordered to special duty with 3rd Co., 3rd OTC, January 5, 1918.

Officers of Third Infantry Company, 3rd OTC at Camp Devens. Left to Right: Capt. Hunter, Lt. Hill, Lt. Hinman, and Lt. Tuck.

Officers of Third Infantry Company, 3rd OTC at Camp Devens. Left to Right: Capt. Hunter, Lt. Hill, Lt. Hinman, and Lt. Tuck. GGA Image ID # 13ac69579d

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