Brothers in the Military


Col. Thomas D. Akers (Missouri S&T)
Former astronaut


Maj. Gregory “Pappy” Boyington (Washington)
Medal of Honor recipient
Lt. Gen. Richard “Tex” Brown (Texas Christian)
Assistant Vice Chief of Staff USAF


Lt. Gen. Donald Campbell (Kansas State)
Commanding General U.S. Army Europe
Gen. Bruce C. Clarke (Tennessee)
Commander Continental Army Command
Lt. Gen. John B. Conaway (Evansville)
Commanding General of the National Guard


Col. Charles B. DeBellevue (Southwestern Louisiana)
Flying “Ace” in Vietnam, Air Force Cross
Gen. Russell Dougherty (Louisville)
Commander in Chief of the Strategic Air Command
Gen. James H. Doolittle (California-Berkeley)
Medal of Honor recipient


Lt. Gen. James Elles (Alabama/West Point)
Commanding General 3rd Army


Lt. Gen. Vern M. Findley II (Arizona State)
Vice Commander, Air Mobility Command USAF


Lt. Gen. Thomas Healy Jr. (Massachusetts/West Point)
Commandant of the Army War College
Gen. William Hobbins (Colorado)
Commander, U.S. Air Forces Europe


Lt. Gen. William E. Ingram Jr. (North Carolina State)
Director of the Army National Guard
Gen. Andrew P. Iosue (Massachusetts)
Commander of the Air Training Command


Lt. Gen. William Lawton (WPI/West Point)
Comptroller of the United States Army
Rear Adm. Theodore C. Lonnquest (Dartmouth)
in charge of Bureau of Aeronautics
Maj. Gen. Royal B. Lord (Brown)
COB of World War Development Corporation and Deputy Chief of Staff for General Dwight W. Eisenhower
Rear Adm. William Matthew Lukash (Michigan State)
Personal physician to four United States Presidents


Vice Adm. Walter B. Massenburg (Washington & Jefferson)
Commander of Naval Air Systems Command
Maj. Gen. James M. McDonald (Tennessee-Chattanooga)
Commanding General U.S. Army Cadet Command
Col. Richard Henry McDow (Alabama)
POW, 5 Distinguished Flying Crosses
Gen. Montgomery Meigs (Colgate/West Point)
Commanding General of the 7th Army
Gen. Frank Mildren (Nevada-Reno)
Commander, Allied Land Forces Southeast Europe
Maj. Gen. Luther D. Miller (Thiel)
Former Chief of Chaplains, U.S. Army


Vice Adm. John Harris Nicholson (Nevada-Reno/Naval Academy)


Lt. Gen. David Ott (Auburn/West Point)
Commander of VII Corps


Maj. Gen. Roy H. Parker (William Jewell)
Former Chief of Chaplains, United states Army
Lt. Gen. Ken Peck (San Diego State)
Air Force Operational Test and Evaluation Center


Cpt. Richard N. Richards (Missouri)
Former astronaut
Vice Adm. Murrey L. Royar (California-Berkeley)
In charge of U.S. Navy Supply Corps


Brig. Gen. William Seawell (Arkansas/West Point)
Commandant of Cadets at the U.S. Air Force Academy; COB/CEO of Pan American World Airways
Lt. Gen. Carl Smith (Franklin & Marshall)
Assistant Vice Chief of Staff of the USAF


Maj. Gen. R. Martin Umbarger (Evansville)
Adjutant General Indiana National Guard


Col. Terrence W. Wilcutt (Western Kentucky)
Former astronaut