THE UNITED STATES
“The object of the Association shall be to promote the efficiency of the
Infantry arm of the military service of our country by maintaining its best stand-
ards and traditions, by fostering esprit de corps, by the dissemination of profes-
sional knowledge, and by exchange of ideas as to the utilization of such knowledge
with particular reference to the rôle of Infantry in modern war."-Article III
of the Constitution.
MAJOR GENERAL John L. HINES, U. S. Army.
BRIGADIER GENERAL Hanson E. Ely, Infantry.
LIEUTENANT COLONEL WILLIAM H. WALDRON, Infantry.
Additional Members of Executive Council:
BRIGADIER GENERAL Dennis E. Nolan, Infantry.
COLONEL PETER MURRAY, Infantry.
COLONEL John McA. PALMER, Infantry.
COLONEL BRIANT H. WELLS, Infantry.
LIEUTENANT COLONEL CAMPBELL KING, Infantry.
MAJOR GEORGE A. LYNCH, Infantry.
MAJOR EVAN E. LEWIS, Infantry.
Honorary Members of Executive Council:
COLONEL JOHN Q. TILSON.
LIEUTENANT COLONEL CHARLES S. WHITTLESEY.
MAJOR Davis ELKINS.
CONDITIONS OF MEMBERSHIP
All commissioned officers in good standing, or former commissioned officers of honorable
record of the regular or volunteer military or naval service, including Reserve Corps, and of
the National Guard are eligible for regular or associate membership in the Association,
Membership dates from the first of the month following the date of election.
Dues are $1.00 annually, payable in advance. Members may obtain the INFANTRY JOURNAL
for $2.00 per year. The Infantry Association is not responsible for opinions expressed in
All communications should be addressed to the Secretary, the United States Infantry
Association, Room 508, Union Trust Building, Washington, D. C. Cable address : Infantry,